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“There was an increase in the percentage of people testing positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland”

From Friday’s report:

ONS on COVID-19

ONS on COVID-19 increase

Of course, once again, despite no holidays the government just ‘skipped’ the mortality report of this past week (it was supposed to be released this past Thursday). “Last updated 9 June 2022,” the page states. The citizens rely on data — and data points (transparency) — to know what’s actually going on and be able to hold officials accountable. The media/press habitually manipulates the facts.

Borisnaro’s Mass Infection Strategy

Last July: Mass infection is not an option: we must do more to protect our young

Last night:

Full stadium

Full stadium??? No wonder...

Life After Television

In 2004 I got rid of my television. That was 8 years ago. The reasons for this are numerous and the following new image which goes around the Internet explains the resultant situation extremely well.

Life after television

Looking at Phones

Looking at phones

Consumerism – When One Does Not ‘Get’ Life

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Difference Between GNU/Linux and Windows

With Linux, you own your computer and share code.

With Windows, you share your computer but can’t own code.

The ‘Country’ of Africa

A friend told me last month that all candidates this year were bad. Why could no campaign produce decent figure that is able to handle the complexity?

Watch this.

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