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Thread: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

  1. #461

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Croesy Blue back with a bang on his Rudy Gestede account.

    Run off the board by Jimmy, thought heíd lay low for a while and come back on his multi but we can see you CB.

  2. #462

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Croesy Blue back with a bang on his Rudy Gestede account.

    Run off the board by Jimmy, thought heíd lay low for a while and come back on his multi but we can see you CB.
    This is genuinely one of the most embarrassing posts Iíve ever seen ffs

    Everyone knows itís me I got locked out of my Croesy account and couldnít be arsed unlocking.

    I havenít been posting much because this place a depressing dive full of people like you.

    I donít give a shit about Jimmy either you weirdo, **** me do you keep a diary about whatís going on on here

    PM me your phone number if you fancy a chat that much, happy to sort any differences out since you seem to have nothing better to do.

  3. #463

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Not as embarrassing as you replying to Croesy Blue and backing yourself up on your Rudy Gestede account. What an absolute whopper.

  4. #464

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    So how's everyone coping? Sleeping OK? Are any of your elderly relatives dead yet? Or was it just a big overreaction? I mean 40C is just 10 more than 30C right? If the government hadn't made such a fuss about it I bet no one would have even noticed.

  5. #465

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    So how's everyone coping? Sleeping OK? Are any of your elderly relatives dead yet? Or was it just a big overreaction? I mean 40C is just 10 more than 30C right? If the government hadn't made such a fuss about it I bet no one would have even noticed.
    Spare a thought for the poor buggers in Essex whoís houses burned down.

  6. #466

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    So how's everyone coping? Sleeping OK? Are any of your elderly relatives dead yet? Or was it just a big overreaction? I mean 40C is just 10 more than 30C right? If the government hadn't made such a fuss about it I bet no one would have even noticed.
    Loads of fires particularly on the Eastern side of the country with people losing their homes, and my daughter has had more seizures over the last few days triggered by the heat.
    How was it for you?

  7. #467

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    So how's everyone coping? Sleeping OK? Are any of your elderly relatives dead yet? Or was it just a big overreaction? I mean 40C is just 10 more than 30C right? If the government hadn't made such a fuss about it I bet no one would have even noticed.
    It's been fecking grim , havnt slept for a week and won't tonight

    If snow filled winters and scorched earth summers are the norm you can stick American weather up your arse

  8. #468

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    It's been fecking grim , havnt slept for a week and won't tonight

    If snow filled winters and scorched earth summers are the norm you can stick American weather up your arse
    Quite cool this evening, nice little breeze

  9. #469

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by lardy View Post
    That's great, so we've covered the USA in the 1990s. Do you think the Trump White House was also doing the same? If not, that's four years when the peer reviewed research was racking up. Fancy another swing at it?


    As rudy says above, I'm not sure you grasp what peer reviewed means.

    "It's not 99% of scientists but 99% of those funded to do peer reviewed papers. "

    Nobody is funded to do a peer reviewed paper. Research is funded, and then if it is to be published in a respected journal, it is peer reviewed.

    Your argument is like saying "sure, Usain Bolt has the fastest 100m times, but that's because you're only including the times in official meets with electronic timing. How about all the races done by one person visually with a hand stopwatch?"


    I'm sure peer reviews are not perfect, but we're talking about thousands of studies all around the world where they have almost all come to the same conclusion. It's as indisputable as you can get, it'd be impossible to fraudulently get all those studies on this scale without any evidence of the fraud coming out.
    Al Gore deeply embedded pro climte change alarmists within the government beaurocracy that funded research. He sacked scientists who disagreed with his climate alarmism. You asked me to say who is funding research and i did. You then ignored that and went on to peer review nonesense. You're a waste of time lardy. Forget peer review, climate science is very exspensive to research. As with a lot of research The truth belongs to those who fund the studies. With that in mind Your faith in the "science" is very naive and silly.

    Trump couldn't remove all Al Goreís "work" in one term. Plus, current research is built on previous research. If the previous research is skewed the current research is likely to be skewed.

  10. #470

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Not as embarrassing as you replying to Croesy Blue and backing yourself up on your Rudy Gestede account. What an absolute whopper.


    not as funny as when he quoted Croesy with his Croesy account not his Rudy account to agree with himself

  11. #471

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    So how's everyone coping? Sleeping OK? Are any of your elderly relatives dead yet? Or was it just a big overreaction? I mean 40C is just 10 more than 30C right? If the government hadn't made such a fuss about it I bet no one would have even noticed.
    Aye, nobody would have probably noticed.

  12. #472

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    I'm sorry if I sound callous. That was not my intention. I recognise the severity of the situation. My post was a reaction to those who didn't like being warned by the government that it was going to be hot, and thought it was an overreaction to just a bit of heat.

  13. #473

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by Baloo View Post
    Aye, nobody would have probably noticed.
    Jesus! That looks like southern California.

  14. #474

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by dml1954 View Post
    Yes its hot, uncomfortable and dangerous for some but surely someone can question the Ďtacticsí of the BBC and other news outlets without being accused of being a climate change denier ? Two days of hot temperatures does not make an extreme and catastrophic heatwave, which is what we have been bombarded with for the last few weeks on tv and online. By tomorrow the temperatures will be back around normal for the time of year and in the last two weeks there have only been two other days when temperatures went over 30 degrees. Prior to that it rained for about the previous two weeks and temperatures were below average. I am very concerned about climate change but this is not about that, it is about the way that we are being force fed deliberately over the top forecasts purely so that the different outlets can get one up on their competitors and so that the many so called Ďexpertsí can try to justify their jobs and huge salaries. They did the same with aspects of the Covid pandemic and no doubt will move on to something else when summer is over and we are all wet and freezing. A heatwave is what happened in 1976 but then the population just got on with their lives and news reporters just concentrated on giving the facts, rather than embellishing and fabricating them as they do now.
    See anything catastrophic on the news tonight?

  15. #475

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Croesy Blue back with a bang on his Rudy Gestede account.

    Run off the board by Jimmy, thought heíd lay low for a while and come back on his multi but we can see you CB.
    I thought it was.

  16. #476

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by blue matt View Post


    not as funny as when he quoted Croesy with his Croesy account not his Rudy account to agree with himself
    I’ll never get the multi account thing, it’s just bizarre. Some sort of mental illness perhaps?

  17. #477

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by goats View Post
    I’ll never get the multi account thing, it’s just bizarre. Some sort of mental illness perhaps?
    It's just attention-seeking. I think they create multi accounts so they can reply to themselves and extend the thread. And so they can spout utter nonsense just to wind people up.

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    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by Baloo View Post
    Aye, nobody would have probably noticed.
    In all fairness his attendance wouldn't have changed a thing. There are COBRA meetings all the time and they are normally chaired by the minister responsible for whatever the meeting is about. How you think the attendance of a PM that for the last 6 months everyone has been calling useless would have altered the situation I don't know. But I'd be happy for someone to tell me.

    As a point of fact the great emphasis on COBRA as if it is something really really important was invented by the media.
    COBRA actually stands for Cabinet Office Briefing Room A, as opposed to COBRB or COBRC. It's just another meeting room.
    That is not to detract form the acceptance that meeting taking place there are very often very very important.

    This is not a defence of BJ but as the Labour Party and the remoaners in his own party have inflicted the damage on him they have been attempting constantly for 2 years, couldn't we please move on and pick on someone else, Maybe Krankie or Starmer, anyone new really?

  19. #479

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by goats View Post
    I’ll never get the multi account thing, it’s just bizarre. Some sort of mental illness perhaps?
    All attention is good attention, but you double or treble that attention with 2 or 3 multi and its. winner, even when people are thinking " what a knob " its still attention, but when they dont get that attention, they get more desperate for some and wildly attempt to lure people in


    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    It's just attention-seeking. I think they create multi accounts so they can reply to themselves and extend the thread. And so they can spout utter nonsense just to wind people up.
    This is always my opinion, when 1 account isnt enough attention they have to use 2, you can spot the Multi's a mile off, they start by using a completely different persona but then slip into the old ways, I always feel a little for them, they obviously have something lacking in the " real world " so need more attention online, Ive joked in the past " it saves them being in town shouting random things at strangers and scaring old folk "

  20. #480

    Re: Englandís first ever red warning for extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by xsnaggle View Post
    In all fairness his attendance wouldn't have changed a thing. There are COBRA meetings all the time and they are normally chaired by the minister responsible for whatever the meeting is about. How you think the attendance of a PM that for the last 6 months everyone has been calling useless would have altered the situation I don't know. But I'd be happy for someone to tell me.

    As a point of fact the great emphasis on COBRA as if it is something really really important was invented by the media.
    COBRA actually stands for Cabinet Office Briefing Room A, as opposed to COBRB or COBRC. It's just another meeting room.
    That is not to detract form the acceptance that meeting taking place there are very often very very important.

    This is not a defence of BJ but as the Labour Party and the remoaners in his own party have inflicted the damage on him they have been attempting constantly for 2 years, couldn't we please move on and pick on someone else, Maybe Krankie or Starmer, anyone new really?
    The point was really the video of the fire not the COBRA meeting as I think should be pretty clear by how I introduced the post. Letís not deflect, Iíve heard all the tried-and-tested explanations for Johnson skipping COBRA meetings before.

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