Waikanae Swimming Pool is turning 50 and the KCDC wants readers’ help

from this weeks’s newsletter

“To celebrate all the fun that has happened at Waikanae pool over the past five decades we’re gathering photos of those poolside frolics, and we need your help. Have a rummage through those photo albums and share your favourite memories of the Waikanae Pool. Whether it’s having a splash in the new pool in the ’70s, showcasing fabulous swimwear of the ’80s, your summer holidays spent poolside in the ’90s, or even lifeguard action from the 2000s, we want to hear from you.

“Please send your photos and stories to Waikanae.Pool@kapiticoast.govt.nz by Sunday 21 November 2020 and go in the draw to win one of five family swim passes.”

Whistleblower: FDA and CDC ignore damning report that over 90% of a hospital’s admissions were ‘vaccinated’ for covid and no-one was reporting this to VAERS

The Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting Service (VAERS) generates a lot of controversy, but one thing is clear: adverse events are substantially under-reported. From Aaron Siri at aaronsiri.substack.com: Physician Assistant, Deborah Conrad, bravely reports these harms and is barred from filing VAERS reports A concerned Physician Assistant, Deborah Conrad, convinced her hospital to carefully track the […]

Whistleblower: FDA and CDC Ignore Damning Report that over 90% of a Hospital’s Admissions were Vaccinated for Covid-19 and No One Was Reporting This to VAERS, by Aaron Siri — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

for some light relief: the word ‘spooky’ is banned by the National Theatre of Scotland over absurd claim it’s ‘racist’ (!)

The National Theatre of Scotland has banned the word “spooky” over its “racial connotations” despite nobody complaining and despite there being no record of it ever being used as a racial slur in the United Kingdom.

Yes, really.

“A source at the Scottish theatre told the Daily Record that no one has complained about the term “spooky” but they were concerned the word could become problematic in the future,” reports RT.

So based on the prospect that somebody, somewhere, might be offended in the future by a completely non-controversial word, it has to be banned.

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