Month: May 2021

The Bells of Banff

The video features a school teacher in the Town of Banff, Alberta, Canada, named Heather Jean Jordan, who has been climbing the steeple of a local place of worship, St. George’s-in-the-Pines Anglican Church, each day since the Coronavirus outbreak shut so much down, and playing ‘Amazing Grace’ on the bells for anyone within ear range to hear. Enjoy the music and the natural beauty.

BBC Television presenter dies after being vaccinated

The vaccination lottery continues to increase the death toll as more opt for the jab. The BBC presenter died after suffering blood clots following Covid jab, says the family of the deceased anchorwoman of a number of popular programmes. The mother of one child developed severe headaches a week after having the AstraZeneca vaccine.

BRANDED FOR ALL TIME

Corporate identities are part of the advertising landscape.  When out and about and long before we can make out the detail a company brand is identifiable.  Many logos come to mind such as those of Shell, Cadbury, Virgin, carmakers and television giants BBC and ITV. Corporate bodies pay telephone numbers when acquiring or changing their logos.  No upstart rival, even if their product was superior, could hope to compete against established brand names.

Bringing profiteering drug peddlers to trial. German scientists have established a link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and thrombosis.

German scientists have proven a link between a certain type of COVID-19 vaccine and blood clots in patients. A side effect is caused by adenoviral vectors, their preparations AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson are used to deliver a neutralised coronavirus into the human body. Other Western vaccines, such as Pfizer, deliver the viral spike protein into cells in a different way.