Conspiracy Talk Archive October 22 2013

 

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22 Oct 2013 20:32:11
strange lights over liverpool tonight tried to video it with my android phone but it can not pick anything up, could be anything, I thought I would just post this incase anyone else seen anything.

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Lay off the mushrooms franky.
I actually thought the moon looked particularly large tonight for the record.

Supasub

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No mushrooms not even a tipple, clear night and strange lights no noise, I am no expert but putting it out there.

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I saw blue flashes towards the north over Leeds at around 7.15 while I was walking the dog, my brother was with me and he saw them too.

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Oddly enough I saw odd lights in the sky too. I live in Loughborough in the East mids though. We had a massive crack of Thunder, the loudest I've ever heard, then a huge crash of lightning, then for about ten minutes after, there were odd blue and green lights fading in and out and darting everywhere in the sky. Idk if this was some sort of residual electricity but I too couldn't video them because they didn't show up.

Exotiva

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I seen the strange lights between 7. 30 to 8ish.

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We live about 5 miles west of Brighton, looking west, from our flat window, we could see the massive storm that was over Portsmouth last night between 8 & 9 last night. Lightning lit up the entire western sky but there was no thunder at all. It was a very eerie experience. I managed to get a few photos too and you could see the cloudbank inbetween us & the storm. It was just very eerie.
KPS

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Eerie is the word what I never mentioned on my post was two lights were silently (i can hear flights all the time from jla) approaching each other, like they were going to crash, like they do in those military airshows but like I said I could not hear anything, like I mentioned I am not a expert so I am not ruling out that it could be normal, I just wish I had a good camera zoom to post what I saw.

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Its fireworks
Pirosteve

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Lads, I seen a few strange lights over Dublin last night, there was two lights flashing hovering/not moving and then all of a sudden got closer together and became one, Honestly stayed like that for about 25 mins, it was too far away to getting any recording on my phone. There was also a huge amount of air traffic, very unusually, it was dark so couldn’t make if was commercial or army. I know after 9/11 there was American jets flying around the South of Ireland. So It could have been USAF checking stuff out.

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Weird stuff garbo, we see a lot more when its very clear skies.

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22 Oct 2013 10:05:52
Going back to an earlier post. I wrk for Tesco and the amount of food waste in just my store is unbelievable. Every nite, all the fresh bread not sold in the day gets wasted, at least 20 bin bags full. And the store I work in is not even a 24 hr store, its one of the smaller ones. So Imagine wot the bigger stores waste. Also let's just say, in my store not all the horse meat contaminated stock got destroyed. The frozen stock was took off the shelves and kept in the warehouse freezer until it all blew over then got put back out. And that's just the start. I could b here all day tellin U wot goes on. Workin for tesco really opened my eyes as to wot goes on. I dnt even shop in the store where I wrk.

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Does not surprise me, back in the day I worked in sayers and since that day I have never eat there again, it shows you how major businesses work were they rather destroy food than give it out in the street for the needy.

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In the midland we have company called jack fultons who sell food past there Best before date. nothing wrong with the food.

if the food says:

best before - you can sill eat it years after its just advised it may taste better befor the printed date.

use by - means don't eat after that date.

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Yeah it's the same here in Ireland, my dad works as a bin man and the amount of wasted food there is shops like Aldi and tesco with 4-5 full 1100 litre bins (the big commercial bins) with food that's good, then you have all these 3rd world countries starving because of our "1st world" personries

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It doesn't help with all the offers they have on, buy 2 for 1. On the same news item was this woman going through her fridge. "o here's the corn on the cob I bought this week and here's last weeks which I never used. " Why buy it then! "because it was cheap. "

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24 Oct 2013 12:57:46
You pay £2 for one or £3 for two when it is probably overpriced at £1. 50 to begin with, and you don't need two but it's bad economics not to! I get the feeling that if we were all to pour a cup of tea onto tesco we could slowly dissolve it like the slab of sugar that it is. pea

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On a side note to the pricing of goods, there was a girl in my work who was telling me I should shop at Asda because their goods are so cheap. They have a 'compare cost' application that compares the cost of goods bought at their store with the cost of the same goods at other stores, inevitably it showed the Asda goods as much cheaper. I was trying to explain to my colleague that because she tended to buy all the products on offer that particular week at Asda, the application was merely comparing the price of those goods versus their price at stores where they weren't on offer. So inevitably the results would be favourable. As if a big organisation would risk having to pay money back to customers, they had obviously well tested the model to ensure that would not happen on a mass scale.

It amazes me how gullible people can be in being made to thought they're getting value for money when really they're just being conned into maximising their 'consumption' for the good of company profits.

HB

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