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KDave

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    KDave reacted to SILVERFINGER in Brexit status ...   
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    KDave reacted to SILVERFINGER in Brexit status ...   
    Yeah I am a moderator on his life chats, he is brilliant, I really hope that this woman succeeds against this traitor, with her being a barrister must hold more weight than if just a normal member of the public tried.
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    KDave got a reaction from vand in High Yield Portfolio picks   
    A good selection there vand, I have similar set up but with legal and general instead of Aviva (on the list) and a decent amount in oil and gas but I reckon there will be a better time to buy/add to these sectors if we see debt deflation. 
    Infrastructure, telecommunications, insurance will all do well when the taps turn on. It seems daft as these are counter cyclical value, low price to earnings and high yield, yet people are still buying big tech and trackers. 
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    KDave reacted to kimchi in Queens speech   
    I am shocked and outraged beyond belief that anyone could think think a comedian cracking jokes is acceptable.
    If such madness continues, please think where such evil and ridiculous nonsense might eventually end...we might have a 'Government' that would  actually try to govern for example
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    KDave got a reaction from motorbikez in Queens speech   
    Glad you cleared that up me and the boys were about to come round and check your thinking
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in Inheritance tax and sovereigns.   
    i spoke to my mother about this. She said to give the coins out before you die. i know of relatives who have given out bits of jewelry like this. You just give the coins. Who knows what you have? Say nothing. You are not a slave so don't act like one and beg for the Crown to take your property.
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    KDave reacted to silversurf in 1000 up   
    I'm a bit of a magpie. Trying to be more restrained but I have very low willpower when it comes to the shiny stuff 😁. Probably a third of what I've posted on here is now gone but it's all been great to own and the majority if what I buy now does end up in my core collection
    That's the key then, buy lots of coins and be a serial poster on today I received.
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    KDave reacted to kimchi in Queens speech   
    Eh? He's an entirely fictional character and a lifeless puppet brought to life by actors (a bit like that Greta girl who's supposedly busy running the world at the moment because all the nasty adults who vote and do other nasty things like drive cars are extincting her). Yoda was remade for the prequels but they messed up the mould and he looked...well rather rubbish. So they replaced his Phantom Menace 'kermit' version with CGI in later home releases, but it was/is still a bit poor.
    They did a much better job on Queenie today, I was proud of the animators, terrific work
    Charles does, however, still look a bit 'Dobby from Harry Potter' They haven't quite nailed him yet imho (though I wouldn't mind having a go myself ).
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    KDave reacted to motorbikez in Queens speech   
    Sturgeon is totally delusional, she like her predecessor the smug toad Salmond just wants to go down in history as the retard that destroyed the union. Scotland will be in dire straights if it left the UK.I live in Carlisle close to the border & every Scottish person I know & speak to hate Sturgeon, one particular lady told me if Sturgeon is shot it will be her that did it. Any police or government  agents on here as per Jo Brand she was only joking.
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    KDave reacted to sovereignsteve in Queens speech   
    no, we love it😉
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    KDave reacted to JunkBond in Queens speech   
    She looked well for 93. 😀
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    KDave got a reaction from silversurf in 1000 up   
    Whats the secret formula for such a ratio? 
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    KDave reacted to Miganto in 1000 up   
    Writing thank you posts and getting another 14:1 and counting towards the ratio.... sneaky bugger!
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    KDave reacted to silversurf in 1000 up   
    Hello to all
    Without seeming too soppy and turn this into an Oscar speech, I just wanted to say thanks to everyone who has pushed that "like" icon, it means a lot to reach that mark. Over the past two years I have learnt so much on here and hopefully passed a little bit of that knowledge on to others.
    I've had some great conversations with others on here, made some money, lost some money, learnt how to grade coins, learnt about the scammers and so much more. It's been a real blast participating and seeing the roller coaster rides PM's can be.
    It's great the trust level this forum has built up, something that is quite rare these days.
    Thanks as well to everyone who run and moderate the forum.
    Here's to the next 1000 though that might be a while yet 😁
    Cheers 
     
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    KDave got a reaction from tallyhojim in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    Stop paying people benefits to have kids. Stop housing and feeding them - rewarding them for this behaviour. It is definitely a factor in single mother homes because I know two people that had multiple children at different times for the money (single mothers). 
    Another of Blair's radical policies that has had long term deliberate consequences. 
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    KDave got a reaction from SILVERFINGER in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    Stop paying people benefits to have kids. Stop housing and feeding them - rewarding them for this behaviour. It is definitely a factor in single mother homes because I know two people that had multiple children at different times for the money (single mothers). 
    Another of Blair's radical policies that has had long term deliberate consequences. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Roy in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    The young are overwhelmingly left wing, gradually moving right as they grow up and experience reality. Teachers are overwhelmingly left wing in voting patterns, the left control the education system.
    The left want to tap into this gold mine of voting power. Its access to a left wing factory. 
    It is not a coincidence that Labour wanted everyone to stay in higher education and go to university when I was growing up. And it was not (obviously) for the benefit of the tens of thousands of degree holding coffee baristas still voting labour. 
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    KDave got a reaction from SILVERFINGER in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    The young are overwhelmingly left wing, gradually moving right as they grow up and experience reality. Teachers are overwhelmingly left wing in voting patterns, the left control the education system.
    The left want to tap into this gold mine of voting power. Its access to a left wing factory. 
    It is not a coincidence that Labour wanted everyone to stay in higher education and go to university when I was growing up. And it was not (obviously) for the benefit of the tens of thousands of degree holding coffee baristas still voting labour. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Derv in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    The geography of much of Yorkshire is hills and valleys. Guess where they build many of the new houses. In the town I grew up in they have built huge housing estates on what would previously have been considered flood plains and I remember walking through water logged fields that are now mostly houses - guess what happens to those houses every now and again. Not only that but when you build over farm land you have removed great areas of land that can absorb water quickly and the drains are not up to the task, this creates run off that floods other parts of the town. 
    Climate change though right? Repent. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Mark43 in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    The geography of much of Yorkshire is hills and valleys. Guess where they build many of the new houses. In the town I grew up in they have built huge housing estates on what would previously have been considered flood plains and I remember walking through water logged fields that are now mostly houses - guess what happens to those houses every now and again. Not only that but when you build over farm land you have removed great areas of land that can absorb water quickly and the drains are not up to the task, this creates run off that floods other parts of the town. 
    Climate change though right? Repent. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Mark43 in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    Why do you instantly grab to the religious mantra of climate change to explain those things?
    Why not coastal erosion, poisons in the food chain, plastic polluted water, ect. There are plenty of explanations other than 'its climate change repent'. 
    We had a flood in my town the other day - drainage ditches had not been maintained. We have coastal erosion in other parts of the UK - this has been happening for hundreds of years, yet because peoples gardens are finally falling into the sea you would say its climate change. What do you say to people in the Netherlands who have been living below sea level for several generations?
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    KDave got a reaction from dicker in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    The young are overwhelmingly left wing, gradually moving right as they grow up and experience reality. Teachers are overwhelmingly left wing in voting patterns, the left control the education system.
    The left want to tap into this gold mine of voting power. Its access to a left wing factory. 
    It is not a coincidence that Labour wanted everyone to stay in higher education and go to university when I was growing up. And it was not (obviously) for the benefit of the tens of thousands of degree holding coffee baristas still voting labour. 
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    KDave reacted to tallyhojim in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    Every time our gun rights in the UK are restricted even further, violent crime such as stabbings increases dramatically.

    Only the law abiding follow Laws. Criminals don't. And only criminals continued to own firearms.

    I remember when I was young, we lads would happily go off hunting in the country for the day with our .22 bolties (as we were too young to have bigger calibres) bagged up and slung over our shoulders, with NO problems. No screaming lcals running for cover. No armed fuzz hunting us town. Just the local copper saying "Have a good shoot lads and watch your arcs". My Dad when he was young remembers he and his Brothers would walk through a town centre with their rifles slung over their shoulders to the local bus station for the ride into the city to the indoor rifle ranges. Almost every town and city had one with quite a few of the local Police actually being the range staff in their spare time. No one batted an eyelid. No one ran around shitting their pants like little girls because someone was "tooled up".

    What changed? What happened that then caused all this anti gun fake outrage soyboy poncy bullshit?

    Socialism took root, that's what.

    Socialism took root and proceeded to demonise Fathers and ripped them out of the family unit, thus depriving that family of it's natural authority figure and promoting teenage slut single Mothers. Socialism proceeded to destroy common sense and values by creating false narratives. And every time they restricted gun access, they always said it was for "the children". And by doing so they unleashed levels of violent knife crime this country has never ever seen.

    Socialism is a direct correlation to violent crime.
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    KDave reacted to dicker in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    It is important to look at the real data and I agree that this is often (but not always) obfuscated by the government and the above are good examples:
    - Gun crime
    - Source of weapons used in gun crimes
    - Knife crimes
    - Offenders by ethnicity
    There is a real and growing problem with knife crime (Carrying knives) in parts of the UK - particularly London which is translating into death of young people.  
     
    This particularly seems to be the case when there are some figures published by the government (easy to google) but don’t seem to correspond with letters like this:
    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/jan/20/perspective-on-black-knife
    It would be easier to tackle problems like this and climate change if governments were clearer about the stats and information. 
     
    Dicker
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