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  • Wireless 2.4GHz and Bluetooth Mouse | Understanding the differences
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21 Oct

Wireless 2.4GHz and Bluetooth Mouse | Understanding the differences


Wireless 2.4GHz and Bluetooth Mouse | Understanding the differences

Wireless mouse connectivity looks relatively simple but there are several ways to connect. This includes the bluetooth or with a USB dongle. In this post, I touch on the differences so you can make better decisions.

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20 Oct

Ikea VUKU – Full build and review


Ikea VUKU – Full build and review

Ikea VUKU portable wardrobe is ideal for storing extra clothes. It is cheap and a versatile product and I show a full build of this here.

Watch the youtube video provided on this build.

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19 Oct

COVID-19 | Poor messaging by the Conservative Party


I thought I would make another post on the COVID-19 pandemic since I could not help listening to the disappointments conveyed in the daily news and many people throughout the UK. It stems from the same messaging that the Politicians of the Conservative party has been using since the pandemic started. This is ‘Protect the NHS’.

It concerns me a great deal that they continue to use this term event up to today despite the fact that there are no reasons for using this term. However, they continue to use this slogan, even today, for example by an interview by the Sky news host with Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick (Fig. 1).

Fig. 1 Another Conservative politician Housing Sec Robert Jenrick – Protect the NHS

I am beginning to paint a sordid picture of why the Conservative party chooses to use this slogan again and again.

By using this slogan, what these politicians are choosing to do is SHIFT the onus on the importance of the NHS. This allows them to deflect from their handling of the Pandemic which most will agree has been very poor throughout the pandemic.

I have indicated on my long daily log of the Pandemic on the use of the poor messaging that the government has continued to use, see post here. I am not sure why people are not seeing this like I am. For example, the fact that they had the messaging on their daily briefing which nobody argued, see Fig. 2

Fig. 2 This message is misleading and not appropriate.

I have been arguing that this message is wrong and misleading, putting more importance on an entity ‘NHS’ rather than lives. I don’t know about you, I will move heaven and earth to save lives, that should always be our first priority. Putting more importance on a health establishment over saving lives is a dangerous and misleading message. Look what happened with this thinking which they continue to propagate. The care homes were ignored, their work on track and trace took a back seat and still not fully functional. They ignored countries that put in place methods and procedures that kept their citizens death to a minimum. I could go on and on, but you best read my blog posts below.

Here is what the proper messaging should be.

Save Lives should be the biggest priority over anything else.

To add more substance to my argument, have you seen any other nations talking about protecting their health systems, NO! They are not that stupid, they know that saving lives is the primary objective and ALL their energies went into that, the fact that they were going to be overrun was given and they coped.

We have a bunch of arrogant politicians running the show and getting away with it by clouding people’s judgement that NHS needs to be protected. Whenever they come up with that statement, say ‘NO, our priority is to save lives’. However, you can guess what circular arguments that they are going to use to confuse you, ie. ‘without the NHS’ we won’t be able to cope… You get my drift!

A very disgruntled citizen who is still baffled that these people we have elected are getting away with this sham.

 

12 Oct

Britain’s Got Talent 2020 winner Jon Courtenay uncanny resemblance to Pitbull


Britain’s Got Talent 2020 winner Jon Courtenay uncanny resemblance to Pitbull

When I was watching the Britain’s got talent final of 2020 over the weekend, I couldn’t help comparing Jon Courtenay to the famous singer Pitbull.

The whole final was a good watch with Jon Courtenay stealing the show with his original number. I think he deserved to win as the act was completely original and summed up the agonies, pain and joy of the 2020 pandemic.

Jon Courtenay has the same kind of smile like Pitbull and I could not help thinking that he could very well be his elder brother. The similarities don’t stop there, there is a strong likeness to the whole face too. Check out the image that I made with the two side by side in Fig. 1

Fig. 1 Jon Courenay and Pitbull look a like.

Now that Jon Courtenay has won a grand prize of £250,000 and a place on the Royal Variety Show, who knows how far he can go especially with is close genes to Pitbull!

I look forward to the 2021 show of Britain’s got talent and hope that more acts like Jon Courtenay will continue to grace our screens!