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Author Topic: Moon Landings ..... and any other urban conspiracies!  (Read 79795 times)

Netleyned

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Don't fancy the postage from the Hobby King
moon warehouse  :D :D :D
Or the delivery time {-)

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I also see the iranians are claiming they succesfully sent and returned an ape into space, low orbit apparently, yea right, after the last one they 'made a mistake' in the photo's issued.
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Lots of apes in space. One went up, another came down, simple explanation.
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Wonder what they're looking for ?
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Gazou, of one thing I am absolutely certain
Money would not make me happy
But I do admit it would make life so much easier to live.

The people around us are what is truly important ... Plus humour, even especially the dark humour that gets you through the bad events.

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Don't fancy the postage from the Hobby King
moon warehouse  :D :D :D
Or the delivery time {-)

Ned
or the fact that when it arrives its made of cheese.
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If it was blue Wensleydale I would be a happy bunny

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I bet they're putting up a take away.
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Be a bit cool by the time it was delivered

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Due to reentry speed and temperatures would not that be grilled cheese  %) %) %)
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 :}...ever tried grilling that  "plastic" cheese........you know that slimy yellow/orange spread in a jar  :embarrassed: .........doesn't go golden then lightly browned.....

No >>:-( it stays that same slimy yellow/orange colour ....then POOF  <*<...........its black & burnt  {-) {-) ...... Derek
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Shame this little rover wont be venturing anywhere near the lunar landing sites... That may have shut a few people up.


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Shame this little rover wont be venturing anywhere near the lunar landing sites... That may have shut a few people up.



And to continue to stir the pot, We all assume this little rover is actually on the moon, but is it? %) 
 
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And to continue to stir the pot, We all assume this little rover is actually on the moon, but is it? %) 
 
I'll get me hat ma coat

and helmet and space suit, especially if the local chippy owners come looking for you for doubting their glorous leaders - i'll get mine as well  %%
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And the moon is made of ...?
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YouTube: Why the Moon Landing COULDN'T Have Been Faked https://youtu.be/zhp-FTYSGe8
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:}...ever tried grilling that  "plastic" cheese........you know that slimy yellow/orange spread in a jar  :embarrassed: .........doesn't go golden then lightly browned.....

No >>:-( it stays that same slimy yellow/orange colour ....then POOF  <*<...........its black & burnt  {-) {-) ...... Derek

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          There an awful lot about the world I don't understand even after 60 years but "Slimy yellow/orange spread in a jar" ain't cheese!  I don't know what it is but it ain't cheese.  If you have to resort to that let me know and I'll send you some proper cheese. It breaks my heart that you guys are reduced to that.
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Dear Tailuk

I watched a documentary some time ago and learnt to understand in years of old....and still in some cool French caves......real cheese is maturing....yes made from full cream milk with a little drop of juice from the lining of a young Vealers stomach [Rennit?].......this the curdles the milk and after turning once a week for 10 years......the beautiful Tasty Cheese is found

By courtesy of Mr Wikki...we see the following....and from this I think I understand why a product with > 20% milkfat must be questionable.....Potasium Phosphate, Tartrate, Carrageenan, Xanthan Gum & artificial colour No 21 looks & tastes like ...."plastic" cheese........you know that slimy yellow/orange spread in a jar  :embarrassed: .....

So these ingredient's must be which constitutes the other 80%?...............Derek

PS.....the image below is not Photoshoped sewage {-)......but straight from the pages of W Liptauer Cheese Spread

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Pasteurized process cheese spread is a pasteurized processed cheese product prepared using one or more cheeses, additional ingredients and sometimes food additives such as emulsifiers (e.g. potassium phosphate and tartrate) and food stabilizers to limit product separation (e.g. carrageenan and xanthan gum).[23][24] Cream, milkfat, sweeteners, water, salt, various seasonings and artificial color are sometimes used as ingredients.[23] In the United States, the amount of cheese products used in pasteurized process cheese spread must be at least 51 percent, must contain at least 20 percent milkfat, and the moisture content must be between 44 percent to 60 percent, not exceeding 60 percent.[23][24] Pasteurized process cheese spread is prepared by heating the ingredients and then pouring the mixture into various molds and containers to cool and become solid.[23][24] After cooling occurs, the product is then packaged
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The  modern ' cheeses' (pour and set) are what most of us have become used to. Once unwrapped they do not keep (mold free) as long as traditional cheeses. I did buy a traditional cheese (3kg wheel) and was surprised by the difference in taste and texture, with that of its prepacked cousins. It is more expensive but worth it.
Something I was taught cooking. A lot of the mild cheddars are very fatty and lack flavour. If you use a strong cheddar, you only need to use half as much to get the taste. Better dishes and you save money.


NB This is not a conspiracy between Mayhem and the Ministry for Milk
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I remember traveling past a farm near Cheddar Gorge with 2 of my young  children in the late 70's and stopping to buy some real Cheddar cheese for my father in London.   Needless to say we found the aroma overwhelming and the taste incredible.  :P :P :P
I don't think it made it halfway to London.  >>:-(
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Back to conspiracy theories
If the world was flat, cats would have pushed everything off the edge by now.  %%
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Hi all, I have come to the conclusion after much research and a little plagiarism that all these conspiracy theories are themselves an even bigger conspiracy to hide political blunders, malfeasance and shallow thinking.

The childrens programme Trumpton was an early attempt at conditioning a generation into simple beliefs and easy acceptance of the new 'norm' (whoever he is, probably an Oz.). The sheer audacity of adopting and abreviating this name as an 'in your face' challenge to a whole nation is mind boggling ( I think you can get away with this word on countdown).
I rest my case.
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C'mon all you believers  :o :o :o

Let us say it happened,  if so why no more visits ??????????????????????????

They have returned to every where else??????

C'mon convince me it happened.

Reminds me of the blonde who was going to travel to the sun and when advised she would burn up, responded duh, I am going to go at night  %% %% %% {-) {-) {-)

As for cheese, it aint real cheese any more. Back when I waz a nipper, cheese was left on the table and able to be eaten without being put in the fridge or going rotten. The stuff these days is ?????????????????????????????
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