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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    It is changing radically right now, but changes in energy production is a relatively slow-moving process it takes years for these new sources of generations to overtake the old ones.
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    Err wow your negativity knows no bounds, as does your ability to ignore reality and ignore trends.

    Low carbon power sources are new and have faced fierce opposition from vested interest, it is...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Interesting north and eastern France, when things are back to normal you should try and go visit, France is a wonderful country great place for a holiday.
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    Re: Lupin ?

    Don't worry the new series although sort of based upon the books isn't really, its a new story where the main character is inspired by the books.

    So the story is new, although it takes bits from...
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    Re: Lupin ?

    Yeah, I have been watching that it's pretty good I am enjoying it. I am about 2/3s the way through the first series.

    Some of the foreign series can be hit and miss but you can find some gems in...
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    I so I have read some of the report you posted and what you have managed to do is take 1 graph out of context. What appears to be the case is there is a marked difference between primary energy...
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    Lupin ?

    Anyone else watching the best new drama on TV at the moment?

    It's on Netflix and it's French with subtitles which some don't like but It's a great show. (apparently in the US it defaults to the...
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    I have no idea where you getting your sources from but they are completely wrong. Wind energy on its own counts for around 20% of our total energy generation.

    The UK government's goal is to have...
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    Hmm yeah, your pro-coal and fossil fuels position is well known, how you make that fit into the rest of your political world view I have no idea.

    You seem to think that the US is the only measure...
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    I don't wonder at all I understand why, just as I understand why he was rejected this time at the ballot box.

    Many smaller places in the US have been left behind and lost jobs I get that.

    In...
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    So essentially you do see Trump as anti-globalisation or at least enacting policies that trend towards that direction and you see Democrats as pro-globalisation which at least explains some of your...
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    So, what your saying is your court system is institutionally corrupt? is this in General or just on this issue?

    Do you not think that if you want evidence to be examined you have to actually enter...
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    You may well be right but I am gonna follow up anyway just to check :D

    Soooo, in order to get that honest accounting of votes, Trump went to court and filed and lost 86 lawsuits contesting...
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    Err what has that video got to do with Biden at all??

    And what the hell is the "self-identified left"


    You seem to be the main person who has remorse that Biden won, but you had that before...
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    Re: Getting a new machine

    I bought a new laptop last year.

    I wanted a high-end laptop, something portable and yet powerful enough to not only develop on but potentially do some video/audio editing on and so this ruled out...
  16. Re: Why is VB.Net/C#/XAML + VS2019 is better than VB6? Here's why.....

    Haha, yes the yellow but also the alignment and buttons too.



    Which makes sense, from a web design point of view it looks dated but as you've just stated considering its use that maybe just...
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    Hmm yes that wasn't really necessary KFCSmitty, you can critique without being insulting.

    Szlamany - I really like your javascript approach however it is true that your interface does look a...
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    You've posted before about your system and I have to say It's almost like you have created your own javascript framework there and considering the proliferation of angular, react, etc you really got...
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    1000 people a day do not die from the flu, I personally know people who have died from covid and also people who are suffering from chronic fatigue symptoms many months later.

    One of my best...
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    Actually, I was replying to Shaggys post about the vaccination data coming out of Israel, as I did quote him I thought that was pretty obvious.

    Israel has vaccinated its population at a higher...
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    Re: I'm in a news desert

    Oh I agree that they can be critical of whoever is the current government but they tend to be more critical of the current opposition (apart from that brief time when people still liked Nick Clegg)
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    Re: Post Race!

    I see your bears and raise you a Hedgehog.... which is about the only animal I have seen in my garden recently that arent magpies or cats !!
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    I head read conflicting reports, some negative but then some more positive, and then a further report saying there are a lot of variables in play and it is really too early yet to read too much into...
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    Re: No Deal

    Also, I see the Government are advising British companies that export into the EU, to avoid the red-tape that has been introduced because of Brexit that they should set up companies in the EU and...
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    Re: I'm in a news desert

    Yeah, I agree with FD here it doesn't really have a left-leaning bias if anything the BBC has a soft bias towards the current Government and by that, I don't mean the conservatives but whoever the...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Forget Hurricanes, Wildfires, and melting icecaps THIS is the proof we have been waiting for Hedgehogs and squirrels in the garden in January PROOVE that global warming is real !!!!
  27. VS 2019 Re: Anyone deployed .NET 5 app in Mac & Linux?

    Web and mobile development using .Net Core are cross-platform.

    You can run .net core web apps on a Linux server and you can develop and run the Xamarin apps on Mac & IPhone.

    Winforms & WPF are...
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    Re: Hamilton 5x World Champion ?

    Apparently that is his current contract amount, for his new contract he is asking for $40 million dollars which is around 33 million Euros plus a percentage of Mercedes F1 prize money which depending...
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    Re: No Deal

    So I see this Brexit deal worked out for all the Fishermen then, they seem absolutely delighted that our Fish are now "British Fish and all the better for it" !
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    Don't be disappointed, without going into detail he just used some childish offensive anti-gay slurs against a member



    You're nicer than me FD I would have banned them permanently for that, but...
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    VS 2019 Re: VS Complaint

    As for debug builds not working properly the only time I have seen this issue is when the settings for the debug builds are not correct on the configuration manager.

    I have seen projects where...
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    VS 2019 Re: VS Complaint

    Shaggy can I ask why your dynamically loading dll's? what advantage are you getting from this?

    The way I have always worked is to add any projects I use into the main solution and so I can debug...
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    Wishing you a mild case FD,

    Why are you only telling us now your posts are infectious too? what's new? :D

    any chance of getting a covid emoji added?
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    Mussolini had a lot of supporters it didn't excuse his behavior. If those who voted for Trump choose to be antagonised by a situation he put himself in then they only have themselves to blame if...
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    Re: The US fragile democracy Exposed

    Maybe, but the film looks pretty bad, would like to see more footage but it sure did look like there was little to no pressure and they just removed the fences. Even if they couldn't prevent the...
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    Re: No Deal

    I agree that right now leave voters think that the deal is acceptable, as we have just left the EU they have the pluses and we have had no time to see any negatives.

    Wait a year and then let's...
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    Re: No Deal

    :D:D:D



    I don't think it does really, yes it removes the ECJ's influence but it has replaced it by a ton of joint committees, and these joint committees have the power to give remedies to...
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    Re: No Deal

    So yes we have a deal, I have not read the deal yet, but I have heard some of the analysis of it but by all accounts, it's as crap a deal as expected.

    Fishing as we all thought was not really...
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    Re: No Deal

    Yep, Brexit deadlines are like the snooze button on my alarm clock, just a suggestion as to when I should get up which I repeatedly ignore until I can't anymore.

    Boris and co seem pretty adamant...
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    Re: No Deal

    In a usual negotiation, I would completely agree but deadlines have been missed so consistently it feels like they hardly matter with Brexit.

    If No Deal was definite you would expect the...
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