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  • Sollomyn's Avatar
    Today, 21:37
    From what I understand, truly following the Buddhist path is incredibly hard due to being incredibly boring in that it derives you of certain liberties, like having sex whenever you want, eating whatever you...
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  • Sollomyn's Avatar
    Today, 21:18
    Sollomyn replied to a thread Depression in Health & Healing
    CBD (I think CBT is different; I've only heard that as an acronym for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; I prefer DBT myself hahaha.) But CBD, one of the active ingredients in marijuana, could indeed be a...
    27 replies | 1699 view(s)
  • Sollomyn's Avatar
    Today, 21:01
    Hmm, sounds intriguing; tell me more of this experiment; curious to see if it's similar to something I've had in the works for a while. :)
    6 replies | 54 view(s)
  • Sollomyn's Avatar
    Today, 20:32
    I don't think it merits a duel either; and indeed, gladiators may not have been the best example; Wild West was a better example. Although to be fair, not all gladiators were slaves, but surely the vast...
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  • Shahaku's Avatar
    Today, 18:14
    It sounds like this really sucks, and I know from my experiences with financial aid in school that it's never easy, and everything was fairly straightforward for me. I hope that everything works out for you,...
    1768 replies | 121698 view(s)
  • Corvus's Avatar
    Today, 17:52
    There is a school of thought which concludes all religion exists in the context of order and chaos. The modern, western, conception of moral dichotomy is not what was followed in most places through history,...
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  • Bartmanhomer's Avatar
    Today, 17:46
    This is so stupid. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is receiving so many backlashes because he named a tank after him. :mad:
    1768 replies | 121698 view(s)
  • Bartmanhomer's Avatar
    Today, 16:57
    I agree. People get so easily offended about everything. :mad:
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  • anubisa's Avatar
    Today, 16:51
    I'm a West Virginian too Monsno and people can make such a big frigging deal out of nothing. Miners spend all day in the coal working and someone is going to say they're insensitive? It's dirty damned job. Try...
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  • monsno_leedra's Avatar
    Today, 12:23
    I did think that WalesOnline wrote a good letter in response to the person. The sad part though is that they had to write it in the first place IMHO. If the person doing the objecting truly new what "Black...
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  • Eleanor's Avatar
    Today, 12:06
    Thanks for sharing your views on this guys! I like that! I hadn't thought of it that way yet. I do like my broad interests. I'm a quick learner. In fact, I love learning new things. So I guess that's one...
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  • ThorsSon's Avatar
    Today, 11:50
    ThorsSon replied to a thread Depression in Health & Healing
    unfortunately, I'm allergic to THC, so I can't use it. I don't know about CBT... never tried it. I'm sorry about your experience with "therapists." I do wonder about the percentage of abusive therapists...
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  • Tylluan Penry's Avatar
    Today, 11:43
    I don't think it merits a duel really. And a willingness to do battle doesn't really show us how important an offence is. Some people take offence (and even kill) over the most trivial matters. As for...
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  • ThorsSon's Avatar
    Today, 11:35
    Buddhism is remarkably neutral, from what I understand. It is about enlightenment, not about good/evil. Satanism is remarkably similar in goal to Buddhism, although with a much heavier Libertarian bent (being...
    14 replies | 166 view(s)
  • Shahaku's Avatar
    Today, 11:31
    Shahaku replied to a thread Moving Abroad in Hearth and Home
    Huh, I honestly thought we were one of the few with the wheel on the left, weird.
    23 replies | 213 view(s)
  • Nick's Avatar
    Today, 10:40
    Nick started a thread Funko POP! in Hobbies
    I absolutely adore the Funko POPs, especially since I'm a fan of animated movies and series! To begin with, I have all Aladdin figures from 352 till 356! If I had to rank them from worst to best, I would...
    0 replies | 9 view(s)
  • Nick's Avatar
    Today, 10:18
    Nick replied to a thread Gaming in Hobbies
    I have a Wii mini and a PS4. I have Super Mario Galaxy 1 and 2, Wii Sports Resort, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Epic Mickey, Who Wants to be a Millionare, Mario Party 9 and Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for the...
    496 replies | 61475 view(s)
  • thalassa's Avatar
    Today, 09:51
    thalassa replied to a thread Moving Abroad in Hearth and Home
    Yup, we are normal...at least in regards to driving. Shahaku, I found this (for other countries):...
    23 replies | 213 view(s)
  • Sollomyn's Avatar
    Today, 09:22
    Indeed. I kind of wished dueling was still a thing like back in the wild west days, or the gladiator times. If you weren't willing to do battle over it, then whatever it was must not have been that offensive...
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  • Juniper's Avatar
    Today, 07:35
    Juniper replied to a thread Moving Abroad in Hearth and Home
    Germany's roads and vehicles are the same as the US. Steering wheel on the left. Drive on the right.
    23 replies | 213 view(s)
  • iris's Avatar
    Today, 07:25
    iris replied to a thread Moving Abroad in Hearth and Home
    Don't you guys have the wheel on the left side of the car? It's only the Brits that are a bit crazy over here, the rest if Europe is sane.
    23 replies | 213 view(s)
  • Shahaku's Avatar
    Today, 06:26
    Shahaku replied to a thread Moving Abroad in Hearth and Home
    You can drive an American vehicle over there? You don't need to have the steering wheel switched, etc? There's a heck of a lot to this, huh?
    23 replies | 213 view(s)
  • Ula's Avatar
    Today, 06:24
    The Norse/Germanic pre-Christians viewed life in terms of chaos and order. Not really good/ evil.
    14 replies | 166 view(s)
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