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Tue, 27 Jan 2015 09:07:37 GMT I Holla Back seems to be having some issues!

http://www.ihollaback.org/ Seems to be having some problems!?

ihollaback.org seems to be having issues: 27 Jan 2015 @ 09:00


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Tue, 27 Jan 2015 06:47:55 GMT Repeating Myself

A pet hate, you know! Repeating myself because the person I'm talking to does not seem to think what I'm saying is worthy of listening to the first time around.

18 months ago she worked in a shop that required 5 and 6am get up times. At the time I pointed out that if I wanted to be woken up at 6am I'd set an alarm gadget up to bang all the doors in the house, switch all the lights on and off and turn the bedroom stereo up and down.

18 Months later and apparently she "didn't know" she can be quite noisy and inconsiderate at 6am... At least this time it only took 3 tries and a few minutes of repeating myself to get an apology instead of the 3 weeks of repeatedly repeating myself it did before :)

Repeating myself because the person I'm talking to does not seem to think what I'm saying is worthy of listening to the first time around.


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Sun, 25 Jan 2015 00:05:49 GMT Alpha Wars Freaking Out

Ever played Alpha Wars online and got stuck with the missions not advancing in tutorial mode? Log out then log back in again!

Also when the rather serious looking military guys says "Build 3 concrete factories" he actually means up grade the concrete factory 3 times!


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Fri, 16 Jan 2015 13:04:23 GMT Officials suddenly strike out with anti-terro raids

Isn't it strange how in the aftermath of successful extremist attacks government suddenly manage to strike out and prevent "Major Terrorist Attacks"??

If my memory serves my correctly this is a repeated theme over the last few years. Successful attack followed by successful authority raids!

Why does it take the death of civilians before the government will step up and do something to stop these extremists? I'm sure the governments had intel on the hebdo attackers, I'm sure they had similar evidence on the recent authority raids so why do something about it now and not then?

My own government in the UK has been bleating on about stopping 3 major attacks in 2014 but when you research these "attackers" had no firearms or explosives!?!?!

I'm not accusing anyone of anything, I'm just curious as to why this happens!


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Wed, 14 Jan 2015 09:50:44 GMT Concealed Carry Firearms

When are our leaders going to realise that a well armed society is THE only way for citizens to be safe and express their natural right to live.

The best way to maintain the rule of law is with armed citizens...We are not all criminals. we are not going to shoot people because they disagree with us!

Could an armed, brave citizen have stopped the Hedbo attack? Maybe, at the very least they could have backed up the police to the best of their abilities.

Could an armed, brave citizen have stopped the attack on Fusilier Rigby? Definitely!

I'm not talking about a free for all, I'm talking about going back to the 90's before politicians and pressure groups used the deaths of children to push their agenda!

Owning and carrying a firearm on a daily basis does not make you any more likely to use that gun for nefarious purposes!

How many people have to dies at the hands of lunatics before we get the right to defend ourselves back?


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Mon, 12 Jan 2015 05:40:53 GMT

"Prime Minister David Cameron will meet security chiefs later to discuss how to defend Britain against terrorist attacks like those in France last week."

You could try retracting the pistol ban and allowing us as law abiding citizens the natural right to defend ourselves with lethal force.

Mr Cameron, YOU or any government can't stop terrorism any more than you can stop a jelly wobbling on a plate when it's being carried down stairs!


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Tue, 06 Jan 2015 08:38:31 GMT Extremism is not welcome in my life...

...I am a libertarian, I believe anyone should be able to do anything providing it is not having a negative effect on another person.

If 2 consenting adults want to hurt themselves for sexual fulfillment then that's their twix and no one should do anything to stop them. If a man want to run back into his burning house to save his dog or cat or PS4 then again, that's his choice. If a woman want to buy herself a pistol to carry in her purse that's OK with me considering how useless our police force is, they're more concerned with looking for offensive tweets than catching criminals!

With this outlook on life extremists of all kinds are not welcome, religious, sexual, ideological or others. You may notice I did not use the T word. Mostly because the only terrorism I see is that of our leading classes. Hand holding the blind and stupid to a place where they can mould them like putty!


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Sat, 03 Jan 2015 13:46:56 GMT Confiscation of firearms based on hearsay

"Essex Police checked details of licence holders to see if they had ever been the perpetrator of domestic violence, even if they had not been arrested, charged or found guilty."

How worrying is that? Very worrying. The fact that you can be denied a firearm or have a firearm removed from your possession because someone reports you for domestic violence or other violent offense.

Lets not dilute the issue by focusing just on firearms. What about everything else this could lead to? No need for a conviction to use asset seizure laws, hearsay is enough now!

John Lowe probably would have stabbed his wife and daughter had he not had a shot gun to use!


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Tue, 30 Dec 2014 15:48:21 GMT The foolishness of people in power (Ebola)

So a nurse gets the dreaded Ebola and it is discovered she has contracted it when sh is in a hospital in Glasgow. What do those who no better than us do??

Move her 500 miles to London?!?!?!

Seriously? Why would you not just quarantine her where she stands? Instead lets cart her across the country exposing potentially thousands of people to a contagious disease!


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Mon, 29 Dec 2014 12:53:15 GMT Stop the ROT anti-smoking campaign

So the Public Health England (PHE) (whoever the they are) is spending more pounds trying to get people to quite smoking by nagging them to death... Now they are turning their gaze upon roll-ups!

There are more shouts of "It's bad for you" same as last year... If it is SOOO bad then why is it not completely banned... Ahh, yes, the billions in tax the government likes to take!

Simon Clark, director of the tobacco lobby group Forest, said: "Campaigns like this are an abuse of public money. Education has been replaced by shrill scaremongering that is often counter-productive because it's human nature to switch off when you're being nagged or shouted at on an almost daily basis."

Well said that man!


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