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PottyLisa

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  1. Put on ignore because I disagree with an extremely dubious position Who was shouting SNOWFLAKE earlier? Brilliant!
  2. Kids can be pretty dumb at that age, regardless of the parents' intention or parenting dilligence.
  3. No Bobbie! You misunderstand! I was asking about what whataboutery you were asking about. Anyway, enough of this. Back to the nonces!
  4. What about what whataboutery?
  5. I suppose they're all prominent public figures. Public interest and all that.
  6. He didn't come across to well. As Richard said, this is the kind of attitude that can be really detrimental to women coming forward and the kind of ecosystem they were in would suggest they were ripe for being taken advantage of, mislead or manipulated.
  7. @John WrightIt was the public connectivity that confused me. I did a little googling and stumbled on this, amongst over things which seemed to suggest multiple methods of getting a wireless signal to your device besides 5G, all of which would be supported by fibre until the final hop. Happy to be corrected if I've misunderstood. http://ruckus-www.s3.amazonaws.com/pdf/other/role-of-public-wifi.pdf For the avoidance of doubt, I have no strong feelings against 5G.
  8. Thank you Manxy. I'm not fully convinced that the health issues are worthy of the bombast in some of your posts but I do have a better understanding of why fibre would indeed be a viable alternative, albiet a very expensive one, having looked at the article and read up a little.
  9. Hi @manxy I may be missing something here but I'm a bit confused by your repeated reference to "superfast, fibre optic networks". Would you mind clearing up my confusion and explaining to me how fibre is a viable alternative to 5g and the nature of its connectivity? Thanks
  10. Hmm, not overly keen on kids who may be a bit 'different' are you Stu.
  11. Agreed. Really harsh considering some of the bullshit that's allowed to slide on here. Just in case I'm suspend or banned or whatever for this................
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    Jezza

    I suppose they just got lucky. I wonder how many after show assaults could have been caused by the show but never, for one reason or another, been attributed to the show. I find it hard to believe that some of the bullshit you see on there just magically fizzles out when the credits roll. Then again, it could be argued that violence/suicide etc involving guests was always going to happen, show or no show.
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    Jezza

    The lie detectors are treated as absolute truth by him and used as a stick to bully and harrass. Having seen the way he's treated participants who have failed the test in the past I can easily imagine a scenario where this guy is mentally vulnerable, possibly incorrectly exposed as a cheat on national TV and given next to fuck all aftercare. I would argue if he wants to use the vulnerable as entertainment he is absolutely accountable when things go tits up.
  14. It may well be that the likes of Violent crime and domestic abuse would definately exclude you but nicking a packet of sweets from a shop when you're a kid may not.
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