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Jul 27, 2022 | 11:04 61 Reply With Quote
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Jul 28, 2022 | 15:49 63
Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post


One step at a time ….
These WEF boosters can’t keep their mouths shut. They want you to give up your car or quit eating meat but they won’t give up their jet or caviar. So hypocritical and it is their demise and world leaders on the bandwagon. They’re like closet nazis who can’t avoid denying the holocaust. They could care less about the little guy and mass starvation and poverty resultant of their Malthusian views is justified in their warped brains. Reply With Quote
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  • Jul 29, 2022 | 07:12 64 And Steve Harper buys his caviar at Costco.

    As Jason Kenney said, "the lunatics are about to take over the asylum". He was referring to the WEF conspiracy theorists. LOL Reply With Quote
    fjlip's Avatar Jul 29, 2022 | 07:16 65 Which CLASS are you CC?

    https://oculumlabs.com/facts-about-each-csrq-sm-class/ Reply With Quote
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  • Jul 29, 2022 | 08:27 66
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    And Steve Harper buys his caviar at Costco.

    As Jason Kenney said, "the lunatics are about to take over the asylum". He was referring to the WEF conspiracy theorists. LOL
    How’s that working out for the Dutch farmers ?? Reply With Quote
    Jul 29, 2022 | 08:28 67 and soon the farmers here too Reply With Quote
    Jul 29, 2022 | 17:08 68
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    And Steve Harper buys his caviar at Costco.

    As Jason Kenney said, "the lunatics are about to take over the asylum". He was referring to the WEF conspiracy theorists. LOL
    Gosh you’re a deluded fellow. You get your hackles up so quick don’t you? Is it the heat up here today? It’s like 31 degrees on Jackfish right now. Reply With Quote
    jazz's Avatar Jul 29, 2022 | 19:58 69
    Quote Originally Posted by WiltonRanch View Post
    Gosh you’re a deluded fellow. You get your hackles up so quick don’t you? Is it the heat up here today? It’s like 31 degrees on Jackfish right now.
    Wait until chuck finds out electrification of everything comes with a kill switch too. You won’t need any range in that Tesla. You won’t be going far. Reply With Quote
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  • Aug 2, 2022 | 07:44 70 If the power is cutoff with the "kill switch" how do you pump fuel and oil which rely on lots of electricity and how will the refineries refine oil? LOL Oh yeah you didn't think of that. Reply With Quote
    Aug 2, 2022 | 07:55 71
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    If the power is cutoff with the "kill switch" how do you pump fuel and oil which rely on lots of electricity and how will the refineries refine oil? LOL Oh yeah you didn't think of that.
    You don’t think the vast majority of us have big backup gensets on the farms ? Will be just fine even in the dead of winter. Will you solar panels keep up in December and January? Reply With Quote
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  • Aug 2, 2022 | 09:27 72
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    You don’t think the vast majority of us have big backup gensets on the farms ? Will be just fine even in the dead of winter. Will you solar panels keep up in December and January?
    You’ll have to be neighborly and string an extension cord over. Reply With Quote
    Aug 3, 2022 | 07:02 73
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    You don’t think the vast majority of us have big backup gensets on the farms ? Will be just fine even in the dead of winter. Will you solar panels keep up in December and January?
    Jazz lives in Regina and most of the residents don't have gensets or backup power so when the power goes out for more than a few days there is no gas or diesel available because surprise surprise, gas stations need electricity to pump your fuel.

    And solar panels still generate some electricity in the December and January especially in more southern states. February and March are pretty good producing months. And wind mills generate when the wind blows all year round. But the wind never blows on the prairies? Reply With Quote
    Aug 3, 2022 | 07:09 74
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    Jazz lives in Regina and most of the residents don't have gensets or backup power so when the power goes out for more than a few days there is no gas or diesel available because surprise surprise, gas stations need electricity to pump your fuel.

    And solar panels still generate some electricity in the December and January especially in more southern states. February and March are pretty good producing months. And wind mills generate when the wind blows all year round. But the wind never blows on the prairies?
    Dont really care about "most residents" in Urban settings about this, said majority of us farmers btw. All have on farm fuel year around, you know that.

    Dont really care about southern states, that was not the point, talking here , NW Sask in the dead of winter.

    nice distraction points, you should be a politician for the Liberals, you know how to flip a word salad lol Reply With Quote
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  • Aug 3, 2022 | 07:17 75 Yup we know you only care about yourself. No surprise there.

    How much are your intermittent crops and grass growing from November to April? But you still grow crops and grass right?

    Solar panels capture the suns energy 12 months of the year compared to at best 7 months for your grass.

    But you don't believe in capturing the suns energy? LOL Reply With Quote
    Aug 3, 2022 | 07:48 76
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    Yup we know you only care about yourself. No surprise there.

    How much are your intermittent crops and grass growing from November to April? But you still grow crops and grass right?

    Solar panels capture the suns energy 12 months of the year compared to at best 7 months for your grass.

    But you don't believe in capturing the suns energy? LOL
    When ever did I say that that ?? You are the worst poster here on false assumptions by a long shot .
    Of course one can capture the suns energy , and solar panels play a part . But they will not power your home solely in this northern latitude in December and Jan …. Reread my post , your simply throwing misinformation around now …. Reply With Quote
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  • Aug 3, 2022 | 08:10 77 C.c. stands for circular chuck Reply With Quote
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    Chucks perspective in life , completely loses context Reply With Quote

  • Aug 3, 2022 | 16:18 79 Chuck does put the silly in agrisilly!!!! Reply With Quote
    jazz's Avatar Aug 7, 2022 | 00:16 80 Look what I found in my RMs minutes this past week. Looks like Ol Moe is down with Klaus after all.

    Non mandatory, for now.

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    Aug 7, 2022 | 13:39 81 I have a distrust of government and it’s institutions not necessarily for dark malicious things they can do to us but bad things that can happen to us from being incompetent. Medical ID which is if available solely to health professionals may save your life if you end up hurt or sick in a hospital away from home. They can see you’re allergic to certain drugs or you have pre-existing conditions. That sort of digital ID is a no brainer in my eyes. Now if it goes on to say your political leanings, record, marital status, sexual orientation then no. It’s okay to be vigilant about shady shit but the longer you stare into the abyss the abyss stares back into you. It’ll eat you if let it. Reply With Quote
    Aug 7, 2022 | 19:29 82 Most people have already voluntarily digitized their ID. It is commonly called a cell phone! That hackable little device is entrusted with banking information, likely linked to health records, vaccine passports, ArriveCan, credit cards, phone records, and through social media links, it probably gives anyone who accesses the data has an accurate picture of political and sexual leanings. Hate to say it but the digital ID horse has already left the barn. Reply With Quote
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  • Aug 7, 2022 | 20:46 83
    Quote Originally Posted by dmlfarmer View Post
    Most people have already voluntarily digitized their ID. It is commonly called a cell phone! That hackable little device is entrusted with banking information, likely linked to health records, vaccine passports, ArriveCan, credit cards, phone records, and through social media links, it probably gives anyone who accesses the data has an accurate picture of political and sexual leanings. Hate to say it but the digital ID horse has already left the barn.
    Agree , so why are they trying to enforce more ??
    That’s the worrisome issue , why more ?? Reply With Quote
    Aug 7, 2022 | 20:59 84
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    Agree , so why are they trying to enforce more ??
    That’s the worrisome issue , why more ??
    Because for governments it is cheaper, easier, faster data management which people for the most part are already doing voluntarily Reply With Quote
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  • Aug 7, 2022 | 22:43 85
    Quote Originally Posted by dmlfarmer View Post
    Because for governments it is cheaper, easier, faster data management which people for the most part are already doing voluntarily
    So why is any real farmer supporting this nonsense?? Reply With Quote
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  • Aug 7, 2022 | 23:35 86
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    So why is any real farmer supporting this nonsense??
    It’s just her “conservative heritage” coming through, that’s all. Reply With Quote
    Aug 8, 2022 | 06:11 87
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    So why is any real farmer supporting this nonsense??
    Maybe because farmers want the same advantages that urban folks get from digitalization. They want the convenience of online banking, bill payment, purchasing, of booking campsites online, and of renewing licences etc. They like digital trading and reporting of investments rather than having to meet face to face with a broker for every trade. Farmers like to be able to contract grain online instead of having to drive to the elevator to sign a contract. Farmers want to apply for hail insurance or report a hail storm digitally instead of in person. etc etc.

    BTW, what party leadership hopeful is actively pushing digital currency and therefore the accompanying digital wallet that is required? It wouldn't be a Conservative PP would it. Any "real" farmer truly against digitalization would never support crypto or any party in support of digitalization of the monetary system.
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  • Aug 8, 2022 | 06:12 88 well i am still using a prety old type cell phone with buttons , dont have internet on it ,no covid tracking apps etc !my internet is done on a i pad that never leaves the house , dont know how much they can track my movements on that old phone with no internet ! Reply With Quote
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  • jazz's Avatar Aug 8, 2022 | 08:05 89
    Quote Originally Posted by dmlfarmer View Post
    Maybe because farmers want the same advantages that urban folks get from digitalization.
    Sure dml, like govts really care about people, efficiency and costs. Covid sure proved that.

    You know this is just a trojan horse for the currency to be linked up to it. Then they can track your carbon budget. Go have a look what china did with its digitization program. Citizens now earn govt brownie points from it. Get extras for reporting a neighbors bad behavior, get blocked out of travel if they didnt promote the govt agenda.

    Dont be obtuse.
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  • Aug 8, 2022 | 09:28 90 yes a step to the chip in your arm , only the fools believe its for peoples good Reply With Quote