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Are you old enough to visit this site? — 17 Comments

  1. “I wonder how long it will take them to suggest it on a national or international  scale?”Probably just a couple of days after reading your esteemed pages; please, for feck’s sake try to avoid giving the arseholes any more ideas – they come up with enough crap on their own. 

  2. “I wonder how long it will take them to suggest it on a national or international  scale?”

    How long? Its been policy for 2 millennia.

    “And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name” 

  3. On a more serious note, Granddaughter2 (now almost 3 years old) has learnt an incredible amount just by viewing youtube on her Mama’s phone. Not all of it good but learned she has. Do your Whimsical darlings in the Irish Parliament want to intellectually hamstring the next generations?

    • The only “learning” Granddaughter has come up with so far is a video of a bloke pumping cigarette smoke into a bell jar and claiming it’s how smoke affects lungs.  I could do without that kind of nonsense.

      • That’s bad…but nowhere near as bad as something known as ‘Mr Tumbles’…I shall spare you the Spewtube link.

  4. The microchip system is already up and running. All they need to do is expand it to include humans. All for our own good of course.In NSW, all cats and dogs must be microchipped and the registration information entered on the NSW Pet Registry.    If the controllers wet dream comes true it could lead to a new type of Identity Theft. Imagine if they chip every ones arm, all a crook would have to do is lop it off and run.

    • We have it here too – all dogs by law have to be microchipped.  That means every dog has a chip except those who haven’t.

    • There is a resort somewhere in Europe that allows you to pay for your drinks and open your room door using a implanted microchip. It seem the swimwear most people in attendance wear did not have pockets.

      Shortly after everyone has a microchip for tracking purposes, a implanted shock collar will be next. Caught violating a minor law, you get a low voltage shock. Major violations result in a debilitating jolt. Once everyone is used to the idea, the final step is will be a small amount of explosives in the skull to destroy the brain, but leave the organs harvest-able for transplants to the deserving elite ruling class.

      • I do believe you ARE correct about the chip, but have my doubts about the explosive device.

        My reason is their wonderful GPS system called Galileo has been hacked big time,  meaning if they ever try to use it for the purpose it was built (war) it’ll be useless.

        Ditto anything that’s designed to accept digital instructions. It can, and so will be hacked. So consider soldiers in the EU army suddenly falling down dead. And as each politician will have one, then they too can be disposed of at a whim, very probably by some zit covered adolescent.

        Myself, I’d have pulled the plug on Blair, Millar, Soros and 300 or so in the House of Lords about 6 months ago.

        Chip yes, but not capable of receiving signals. Thankfully I’ll be a pile of ash long before it becomes a reality.

  5. No real way to enforce this that I can see…yet. I’m sure they’ll think of something. Of course, it may not even make it into law?

    But in answer to the title of your post, I wish I could say that I still feel as young as I did as a teenager. I really really wish I could say that. You don’t know how much I wish I could say that. But I can’t, so I won’t and I’ll continue to enjoy reading your dribbles. Laughing always helps.

    • Laughter is the only way to survive in this crazy world.  The day I stop laughing is the day they plant me.

  6. I have no idea how old I am. I presume I was there at my birth but only have my parents word as to the date.

    As for the 13 year old ‘rule’ stupidity in authority it knows no bounds.

  7. Being born before World War 2 ,I have the pleasure of having two Birth Certificates.The first is just a form of receipt printed in red ,given to my Father as recognition that he had informed the authories that a male child had been born that day. There is no mention of my name at all. The second is the standard copy of entry in Births, Deaths and Marriage system giving names , and occupations of parents etc. I once had the pleasure of producing the first one to a very nosy and obnoxious Human Resources type , She had to accept that it was indeed my Birth Certificate.

  8. Perhaps humans are like trees, having date-rings internally.That could be very useful with the many thousands of apparently mature ‘asylum seekers’ who allege to be ‘children’ to gain entry but whose true age cannot be verified by documentation – simply chain-saw them in half and count the rings.  Sorted.

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