Grow Your Own Concrete!

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jno | 15:14 Tue 26th Oct 2021 | News
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Climate change activist refuted

I wonder where you get the seeds


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The host has a history of being a loner, not a joiner.
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plane crazy, you think?
Oh goodness, how satisfying
\\Cameron said, “yes it’s a sustainable building practice” which is “regenerative” as trees grow back.//

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I guess if you wait long enough a concrete plant may expand...
I bet none of these two have ever done a days work in their worthless lives.A tv presenter and a so called activist.Jesus wept.
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the activist's a carpenter, or isn't that work?
From Wikipedia

"Before his radio career, Graham was a Fleet Street journalist for the best part of 25 years.[6] He was editor of the Scottish Daily Mirror and assistant editor of the Daily Express.[2] He covered the Bosnian War in 1992 as a reporter for the Daily Express.[7] Graham was based in New York City from 1984 to 1992. While in New York, he ran his own news agency, supplying news, features and pictures to international media."

Sounds like he's done more than a day's work to me.
By work i meant proper work.Not pretendy work.
The entry exam for a job at TalkRadio must be really easy. His CV says he was 25 years at the Daily Express. No wonder its circulation has fallen off a cliff in the last 20 years.
We can't all be concrete farmers.
It's murder on the combine harvesters.
//I wonder where you get the seeds//
A concrete plant, duh.
You make 1 little mistake and you get hammered.
As an aside, did anyone know that Rockwool is actually made of rocks?

Pice; I thought everyone knew that. The clue's in the name!

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