Thieves strike Abergavenny hospital radio

South Wales Argus: Thieves strike Abergavenny hospital radio Thieves strike Abergavenny hospital radio

VOLUNTEERS at an Abergavenny hospital radio station are devastated after £1,500 worth of equipment was stolen.

The break-in at the studios of Nevill Hall Sound, which has been broadcasting to patients of Nevill Hall Hospital and the wider community for 35 years, has forced its regular presenters off air after a laptop and two computer towers, used to broadcast the shows on air and stream on the internet, were stolen last weekend.

The station relies on unpaid volunteers, who do live shows throughout the week, donations, advertising and sponsors.

Station Manager, Pamela Parry, said it is a blow to the charity and its 20 volunteers.

She said: “It’s terrible and sad for the listeners, which includes patients at Nevill Hall Hospital.”

“We remain on air using our 24-hour automated system since but have had to abandon our presented shows until we can replace the equipment. We have vowed to carry on and hope to have our presenters back on air sooner rather than later.”

Presenter and trainer, Alan Leech said among the items stolen were a Samsung Laptop and two Intel tower computers. He added: "It’s so sad for our listeners, some of whom listen via the internet from Canada, Australia and South Africa.”

One of our presenters reported the break in on Saturday morning. Entry was forced through a door and the CCTV camera also stolen.

He said: “We already pay £4,000 a year for a licence to broadcast and try to keep some cash in the bank but this could flatten us.”

“We are determined to continue and appeal for support in doing so.

Police said entry was forced in the break-in, which took place between 9pm on January 17 and 9.25am on January 18. A CCTV camera was also stolen.

Entry was forced.

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting log 150 18/01/14.

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7:37am Thu 23 Jan 14

jimmysmith says...

and what will abergavenny police do . as usual nothing .they will be to busy hiding in shop doorways up and down the town centre waiting to pounce on cars double parked .abergavenny police must be the most inefficient police force in south wales bar none
and what will abergavenny police do . as usual nothing .they will be to busy hiding in shop doorways up and down the town centre waiting to pounce on cars double parked .abergavenny police must be the most inefficient police force in south wales bar none jimmysmith

8:16am Thu 23 Jan 14

spanner100 says...

Try Cwmbran!!.
Try Cwmbran!!. spanner100

8:38am Thu 23 Jan 14

landyman3030 says...

If you stand in front of the fire and touch it you will get burnt. If you illegally enter someones premises after circumnavigating extensive security systems and are caught in the act of stealing their property then you will get whats coming to you. If the legal system in this country persists in not supporting the victim time and again then this is what happens. You get what's coming to you. They might think twice before skulking around again. Good on him i say. It's what i would do. Defend your property.
If you stand in front of the fire and touch it you will get burnt. If you illegally enter someones premises after circumnavigating extensive security systems and are caught in the act of stealing their property then you will get whats coming to you. If the legal system in this country persists in not supporting the victim time and again then this is what happens. You get what's coming to you. They might think twice before skulking around again. Good on him i say. It's what i would do. Defend your property. landyman3030

9:09am Thu 23 Jan 14

GardenVarietyMushroom says...

With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come.

People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.
With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come. People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole. GardenVarietyMushroom

9:25am Thu 23 Jan 14

jimmysmith says...

GardenVarietyMushroo
m
wrote:
With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come.

People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.
its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.
[quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come. People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.[/p][/quote]its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen. jimmysmith

9:37am Thu 23 Jan 14

The Red Claw says...

It's a shame Mr Woodhouse didn't catch them in the act.
It's a shame Mr Woodhouse didn't catch them in the act. The Red Claw

1:41pm Thu 23 Jan 14

GardenVarietyMushroom says...

jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo

m
wrote:
With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come.

People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.
its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.
On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.
[quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come. People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.[/p][/quote]its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.[/p][/quote]On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation. GardenVarietyMushroom

3:26pm Thu 23 Jan 14

jimmysmith says...

GardenVarietyMushroo
m
wrote:
jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo


m
wrote:
With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come.

People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.
its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.
On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.
dont kid yourself on that old chestnut .i grew up in the 60s on a council estate with nothing .eating rabbit stew and breasts of lamb .ive been on the dole .sat in the house in winter time with no money for coal or food .i and plus thousands like me didnt turn to drugs nor crime .we got of our arses and found work .usually pick and shovel work .dont spout to me that human rights garbage about drugs and crime being linked to social depravation .
[quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come. People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.[/p][/quote]its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.[/p][/quote]On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.[/p][/quote]dont kid yourself on that old chestnut .i grew up in the 60s on a council estate with nothing .eating rabbit stew and breasts of lamb .ive been on the dole .sat in the house in winter time with no money for coal or food .i and plus thousands like me didnt turn to drugs nor crime .we got of our arses and found work .usually pick and shovel work .dont spout to me that human rights garbage about drugs and crime being linked to social depravation . jimmysmith

4:39pm Thu 23 Jan 14

GardenVarietyMushroom says...

jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo

m
wrote:
jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo



m
wrote:
With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come.

People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.
its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.
On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.
dont kid yourself on that old chestnut .i grew up in the 60s on a council estate with nothing .eating rabbit stew and breasts of lamb .ive been on the dole .sat in the house in winter time with no money for coal or food .i and plus thousands like me didnt turn to drugs nor crime .we got of our arses and found work .usually pick and shovel work .dont spout to me that human rights garbage about drugs and crime being linked to social depravation .
Yeah, just wrong I'm afraid. You obviously don't have a clue what you're talking about.
[quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come. People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.[/p][/quote]its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.[/p][/quote]On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.[/p][/quote]dont kid yourself on that old chestnut .i grew up in the 60s on a council estate with nothing .eating rabbit stew and breasts of lamb .ive been on the dole .sat in the house in winter time with no money for coal or food .i and plus thousands like me didnt turn to drugs nor crime .we got of our arses and found work .usually pick and shovel work .dont spout to me that human rights garbage about drugs and crime being linked to social depravation .[/p][/quote]Yeah, just wrong I'm afraid. You obviously don't have a clue what you're talking about. GardenVarietyMushroom

5:03pm Thu 23 Jan 14

jimmysmith says...

GardenVarietyMushroo
m
wrote:
jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo


m
wrote:
jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo




m
wrote:
With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come.

People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.
its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.
On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.
dont kid yourself on that old chestnut .i grew up in the 60s on a council estate with nothing .eating rabbit stew and breasts of lamb .ive been on the dole .sat in the house in winter time with no money for coal or food .i and plus thousands like me didnt turn to drugs nor crime .we got of our arses and found work .usually pick and shovel work .dont spout to me that human rights garbage about drugs and crime being linked to social depravation .
Yeah, just wrong I'm afraid. You obviously don't have a clue what you're talking about.
oh yes i do pal .ive more experience of real life than you could imagine and its all practical not theory like yours is .
[quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come. People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.[/p][/quote]its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.[/p][/quote]On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.[/p][/quote]dont kid yourself on that old chestnut .i grew up in the 60s on a council estate with nothing .eating rabbit stew and breasts of lamb .ive been on the dole .sat in the house in winter time with no money for coal or food .i and plus thousands like me didnt turn to drugs nor crime .we got of our arses and found work .usually pick and shovel work .dont spout to me that human rights garbage about drugs and crime being linked to social depravation .[/p][/quote]Yeah, just wrong I'm afraid. You obviously don't have a clue what you're talking about.[/p][/quote]oh yes i do pal .ive more experience of real life than you could imagine and its all practical not theory like yours is . jimmysmith

5:28pm Thu 23 Jan 14

GardenVarietyMushroom says...

jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo

m
wrote:
jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo



m
wrote:
jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo





m
wrote:
With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come.

People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.
its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.
On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.
dont kid yourself on that old chestnut .i grew up in the 60s on a council estate with nothing .eating rabbit stew and breasts of lamb .ive been on the dole .sat in the house in winter time with no money for coal or food .i and plus thousands like me didnt turn to drugs nor crime .we got of our arses and found work .usually pick and shovel work .dont spout to me that human rights garbage about drugs and crime being linked to social depravation .
Yeah, just wrong I'm afraid. You obviously don't have a clue what you're talking about.
oh yes i do pal .ive more experience of real life than you could imagine and its all practical not theory like yours is .
Lol - again, just wrong. In fact, the very fact that you would say that to someone you know absolutely nothing about just proves how totally pig ignorant you really are. Sorry - but it's true.
[quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come. People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.[/p][/quote]its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.[/p][/quote]On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.[/p][/quote]dont kid yourself on that old chestnut .i grew up in the 60s on a council estate with nothing .eating rabbit stew and breasts of lamb .ive been on the dole .sat in the house in winter time with no money for coal or food .i and plus thousands like me didnt turn to drugs nor crime .we got of our arses and found work .usually pick and shovel work .dont spout to me that human rights garbage about drugs and crime being linked to social depravation .[/p][/quote]Yeah, just wrong I'm afraid. You obviously don't have a clue what you're talking about.[/p][/quote]oh yes i do pal .ive more experience of real life than you could imagine and its all practical not theory like yours is .[/p][/quote]Lol - again, just wrong. In fact, the very fact that you would say that to someone you know absolutely nothing about just proves how totally pig ignorant you really are. Sorry - but it's true. GardenVarietyMushroom

8:10am Fri 24 Jan 14

jimmysmith says...

GardenVarietyMushroo
m
wrote:
jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo


m
wrote:
jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo




m
wrote:
jimmysmith wrote:
GardenVarietyMushroo






m
wrote:
With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come.

People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.
its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.
On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.
dont kid yourself on that old chestnut .i grew up in the 60s on a council estate with nothing .eating rabbit stew and breasts of lamb .ive been on the dole .sat in the house in winter time with no money for coal or food .i and plus thousands like me didnt turn to drugs nor crime .we got of our arses and found work .usually pick and shovel work .dont spout to me that human rights garbage about drugs and crime being linked to social depravation .
Yeah, just wrong I'm afraid. You obviously don't have a clue what you're talking about.
oh yes i do pal .ive more experience of real life than you could imagine and its all practical not theory like yours is .
Lol - again, just wrong. In fact, the very fact that you would say that to someone you know absolutely nothing about just proves how totally pig ignorant you really are. Sorry - but it's true.
arrogance and pig ignorance seem to be your forte .i dont have to know you to suss you out .your another middle class prat that thinks your own s h i t doesnt stink .on your way fool
[quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmysmith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GardenVarietyMushroo m[/bold] wrote: With millions unemployed, and no jobs to give them and the ongoing assualt on state benefits, I think we're sadly going to see a lot more of this unacceptable behaviour in times to come. People who work for the good of others shouldn't be victimised in this way, and the people that stole from them ought to do the right thing and return the property they stole.[/p][/quote]its nothing to do with being unemployed and living on state benefits .its to do with dirty druggies laying around all day smoking dope and drinking shoplifted alcohol come night time then whilst honest people asleep in theyre beds these vermin are out wandering the roads looking for easy burglaries like this or breaking into yards etc and stealing diesel .whilst the local bobbies are safely tucked away in what seems an abandoned police station because come hell or high water they will not answer the door or the phone and as for investigating a crime .trust me it doesnt happen.[/p][/quote]On the contrary - crime and any drug use you might associate it with are quite evidently linked to social deprivation.[/p][/quote]dont kid yourself on that old chestnut .i grew up in the 60s on a council estate with nothing .eating rabbit stew and breasts of lamb .ive been on the dole .sat in the house in winter time with no money for coal or food .i and plus thousands like me didnt turn to drugs nor crime .we got of our arses and found work .usually pick and shovel work .dont spout to me that human rights garbage about drugs and crime being linked to social depravation .[/p][/quote]Yeah, just wrong I'm afraid. You obviously don't have a clue what you're talking about.[/p][/quote]oh yes i do pal .ive more experience of real life than you could imagine and its all practical not theory like yours is .[/p][/quote]Lol - again, just wrong. In fact, the very fact that you would say that to someone you know absolutely nothing about just proves how totally pig ignorant you really are. Sorry - but it's true.[/p][/quote]arrogance and pig ignorance seem to be your forte .i dont have to know you to suss you out .your another middle class prat that thinks your own s h i t doesnt stink .on your way fool jimmysmith

9:19am Fri 24 Jan 14

GardenVarietyMushroom says...

Arrogant? Sometimes. Ignorant? Never.

As for me being middle class... I can't imagine what you base that assumption on but you couldn't be further from the truth if you bundled it into a rocket and sent it off to the moon. Such baseless assertions only serve to further illustrate your ignorance I'm afraid.
Arrogant? Sometimes. Ignorant? Never. As for me being middle class... I can't imagine what you base that assumption on but you couldn't be further from the truth if you bundled it into a rocket and sent it off to the moon. Such baseless assertions only serve to further illustrate your ignorance I'm afraid. GardenVarietyMushroom

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