You’re Unbelievable

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First magnets

…now EMF meters?

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48 thoughts on “You’re Unbelievable

      1. scottser

        it’s almost as if those headlines just appear in your head, eh bodger? ever wonder how they get there? or who puts them there, maybe? or why?

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      2. U N M U T U A L

        Asymptomagnetic Spread is real!

        Fauci said so…, even though he says it isn’t. .. Except when he’s says it is but only when he says that it’s not.

        Trust the Appliance of Science! :-D

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  1. Junkface

    Its the 5G microchips I tells ya! Its kinda funny that some people into conspiracies think that they would plant location chip technology into a vaccine. Why bother with that? We are all being tracked already from our mobile phones, voluntarily!

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      1. Gill Bates

        Is he? I believe the vaccine is a trojan horse of some sort but also believe the earth is round, and overpopulated with 7billion+ human beings using every resource in an unsustainable way.
        So already, you are wrong there dav.

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      2. E'Matty

        Ah, the usual ‘Flat earther’ nonsense. Yeah, anyone who ever questions authority or the pronouncements of government, or has any questions over the safety of the vaccines, they all believe the world is flat. If it was the 90’s you’d have said they believed in UFOs and little green men, but that’s now an acceptable mainstream talking point now.

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  2. scottser

    someone sent me a watsapp video of a guy who’s mickey actually falls off into the jax after taking the AZ jab.
    i swear…

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  3. Rapscallion

    I don’t suppose there’s any point in pointing out the potential harmful or fatal consequences of people failing to be vaccinated because they saw some YouTube shit on Broadsheet and decided to believe it over mainstream peer-reviewed advice?

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        1. Joe

          Seriously Bodger you can do better than posting nonsense anti vaccine rubbish.

          Tell you what, if you have an old AM transistor radio at home, even better if it has LW frequency, select that and tune off station. Hold it over any 13amp socket and it will pick up an induced EMF current as a low frequency buzzing interference sound on the radio.
          Hold your hand on the radio and your other hand at the socket and you will achieve the same result.
          You can even trace non shielded electrical cables behind wall partitions this way. Humans are harmlessly bathed in artificial and non artificial EMF currents all day everyday.
          Except of course if you wear a grounded (and I mean grounded via a connected earth lead) Tin Foil hat that will at least genuinely block your skull from EMF fields.

          The Vaccine magnetic nonsense has been debunked multiple times already
          https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-coronavirus-vaccine-idUSL2N2N41KA

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          1. scottser

            i plugged in the telecaster after getting the jab yesterday and while single coiled electric guitar pickups are notorious for 60 cycle hum, mine emitted a strange high pitched whine that i could have sworn sounded like gemma o’doherty laughing maniacally.

          2. M

            Debunked you say.. No such thing you say..

            Magnetically enhanced nucleic acid delivery. Ten years of magnetofection—Progress and prospects
            Adv Drug Deliv Rev. 2011 Nov; 63(14): 1300–1331.

            Superparamagnetic nanoparticle delivery of DNA vaccine
            Methods Mol Biol, 2014;1143:181-94

            Superparamagnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications: Possibilities and limitations of a new drug delivery system
            Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Volume 293, Issue 1, May 2005, Pages 483-496

            ‘Magnetofection’ delivers DNA in experimental malaria vaccine
            2011

            Genetically engineered ‘Magneto’ protein remotely controls brain and behaviour
            The Guardian, 2016
            https://www.theguardian.com/science/neurophilosophy/2016/mar/24/magneto-remotely-controls-brain-and-behaviour

          3. Micko

            What Tele do ya have Scottser?

            Anyways wanted one and picked up a nice one with a Bigsby trem and everything over lockdown.

            Have hardly picked up my Les Paul since ;)

          4. scottser

            A partscaster of my own making, micko. she’s a squier body with a mex fender neck, alan entwhistle pickups, upgraded the bridge and electronics too. she’s black on black with a rosewood neck.
            i never took to les pauls, 335s, SGs although i did pick up a haley benton dc junior a few weeks ago and i’m going mad learning billy bragg tunes..

          5. Micko

            Nice.

            I believe the Harley Bentons are actually class.

            Especially for the price.

            I was eyeing up one of their kits to put together. Just for the craic like. I’ve never built a guitar before.

          6. scottser

            you should totally give it a go micko, get your soldering skills together and mess around with some wiring options – seymour duncan’s website is like an idiot’s guide to guitar electronics. tonnes of videos on how to set your truss rod, fret dress, intonation, nut and action settings too. once a guitar is well set up there’s little difference between cheap mutts and high end players. and that harley benton stuff is great for dirt cheap – as much as i bitch about the chinese communist party the end result for the consumer is pretty nifty.

    1. Micko

      While of course this magnetic arm stuff is all nonsense.

      No one here is responsible for making anyone believe anything.

      You’ll either believe in it or you won’t. People are grown ups and can makes their own decisions, be they right or wrong.

      They have to live with them. Or die with them. It happens either way…

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      1. scottser

        is the magnet thing not just a laugh tho? you’d want to be some gobsheen to take that poo seriously.

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        1. Micko

          Has to be rubbish.

          Sure how would they be enough magnetic material is an injection to cause that reaction?

          Even if it was full of iron or another magnetic metal, by that logic people with Hemochromatosis would be sticking to fridge magnets all day :0)

          Im a total lockdown skeptic, but I want nothing to do with this rubbish. (5G/microchips/new world order/ etc)

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          1. f_lawless

            I see someone going by the name of “Tim Truth” on the Odysee website made a compilation of maybe over a hundred of random people’s uploads of the so called magnet challenge. My initial reaction to the challenge was yep, surely must be nonsense, just spoofers spoofing. But after watching that compilation, I have to admit, it raised an eyebrow. It’s a real cross-section of people, young and old. In particular some of the older people come across as genuinely having had their vaccine shot and it would seem to be a stretch they would want to engage in anti-Covid vaccine deception on a public platform where they can be identified, but then again you never know!
            Oh and pretty much all in the compilation had US accents or were Latin American. Localised batch testing of a new technology? Or just mad stuff you see on the internet? Who knows..
            https://odysee.com/@TimTruth:b/Magnetvaccinearmdocumentary:a

  4. Rosette of Sirius

    Got my first vax shot today. The Pfizer one. While the scales forming on my left shoulder are most likely a minor cause for concern, the grá for a hamster and cheese toastie is driving me mental.

    That said, gotta hand it to them – the vaccine centre in citiwest is spectacularly well organised and very efficient. It’s great to see something work so well in country.

    Two extra 5G bars on my iPhone too. And it’s not even a 5G model.

    RESULT!

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    1. Gill Bates

      How will it affect your fertility and/or susceptibility to new future releases of virus strains…..MUTANT ones!!!
      Oh you don’t know that do you? Does anyone know that actually? Ah well, back to my grazing patch with me hehe.

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      1. Rosette of Sirius

        Well. Should they fall off like conkers in Autumn it’s OK – I’ve done my bit for Ireland.

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      1. Rosette of Sirius

        I did. Back in a month apparently. Treated myself to a pastel de nata and a pot of tea when I got home.

        So far, no side effects yet to report tho – other than the improved 5G reception that is… :)

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    2. Lush

      Getting my first Pfizer shot this evening. Delighted to hear about the improved 5G coverage; less so about the dermatological modifications.

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          1. Rosette of Sirius

            Got to get me a red jumpsuit and a pew pew laser gun…. It’s gonna be rad…

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