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  • Judysdottir's Avatar
    Today, 03:09
    Baby doll. Imagine you're the cat and Pepe is a human dude. Would you welcome him to grab, kiss, and chase you for half an hour?
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  • Judysdottir's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:12
    I'm extremely familiar with it. Own and manage a few servers. If you'd like assistance getting set up, I'm happy to help
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  • Juniper's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:56
    Juniper replied to a thread Bored Old Heathen in Introductions
    Hello and welcome. We are working on getting a Discord going for Pagan Forum. I'm not sure how familiar you are with that platform, but it's kinda like a chatroom, but also allows for voice chatting and screen...
    4 replies | 40 view(s)
  • MaskedOne's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:27
    We frown on necroposts made carelessly which is why threads past a certain age autolock and why threads that have been inactive over about a month say, "Hey, this topic has been dead for a month. There's a...
    3 replies | 35 view(s)
  • Judysdottir's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:01
    Ah, good to know, thank you. My previous sites generally frowned on necro-posting. Dunno if I'll actually make said request. ��
    3 replies | 35 view(s)
  • MaskedOne's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:29
    Well, if we're going for a theme of "life goes on" then I find the names of two humans to survive epically appropriate. That said, I barely even dabble in Heathen beliefs so others may have more exhaustive...
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  • Judysdottir's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:56
    Glad the community is still twitching, at least. Lol Nice to meet you.
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  • Judysdottir's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:53
    So, I saw a closed thread about Ragnarok. Of course, it's old and necro-posting is a no-no, so fresh thread cause why not? The Northern peoples were quite clever and enjoyed their riddles. Let's break down...
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  • MaskedOne's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:52
    MaskedOne replied to a thread Bored Old Heathen in Introductions
    Welcome aboard. Active boards that aren't absolutely huge to start with are in a bit of a lull these days (or being absorbed by other media, spare reasons for me to despise FB) but we're still floating around...
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  • Judysdottir's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:08
    Hello, people. How have things been? I'm a former Heathen (Germanic Reconstructionist) returning to the pagan community after a number of years (dunno how many years. Too many) mostly out of boredom....
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  • volcaniclastic's Avatar
    Yesterday, 13:15
    I'm getting a tattoo of a couple of well-known ravens once I scrum up the money for it. :)
    7 replies | 82 view(s)
  • Corvus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:43
    The mall in my hometown brought in an aquarium, arcade, and bowling alley which seems to have kept the mall as a whole afloat. The significantly larger mall in my current much larger city has a lot of these...
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  • Corvus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:31
    My brand has been strong for 11 years. My friends regularly send me crow memes and gift me corvid merch and I'm glad the world has caught up to make this possible and widespread.
    7 replies | 82 view(s)
  • volcaniclastic's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:45
    In my defense, I didn't know much about them twelve years ago when I made my username :p
    7 replies | 82 view(s)
  • B. de Corbin's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:41
    Well, it's good to know that I'll have to hide my diatom thefts in the future. Just so everybody knows, when diatoms, colonial algae, green hydras, and tardigrades go extinct it'll be my fault.
    5 replies | 75 view(s)
  • Rhythm's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:52
    Those malls were one of the greatest crimes against humanity ever perpetrated, lol. It's going to take thousands of years to reproduce the soils either destroyed by or locked under all that cement. They may...
    5 replies | 187 view(s)
  • Rhythm's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:46
    I love the little guys. They can be valued partners and free labor! in ecologically appropriate cropping. Basically, if you have crows, you have an overseeding/subsoil pest problem/solution. They're...
    7 replies | 82 view(s)
  • Rhythm's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:19
    The interest that they're regulating re tadpoles is very much already there, and commercial. Poachers scout as hikers then come back with nets. Also, worth noting, you do need a license to take samples, and...
    5 replies | 75 view(s)
  • B. de Corbin's Avatar
    Yesterday, 00:39
    Crows are know to like "bright and sparkly" stuff, sometimes nabbing lost jewelry. Weirdly, once they recognize you as the one feeding them, they may bring you gifts - like the bright and sparkly jewelry...
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  • Corvus's Avatar
    12 Apr 2021, 23:37
    Volc has some great sources. Crow vocalizations and social structure has been fairly extensively documented. I'd recommend checking out some articles on google scholar or another database like jstor. When in...
    7 replies | 82 view(s)
  • RJ_Angelini's Avatar
    12 Apr 2021, 21:27
    RJ_Angelini started a thread Beltane in General Discussion
    Hi, first time posting, just signed up today. Maybe someone can help or maybe not. I am a Beltane born guy literally born on the first of May, cool I thought after discovering my path which is a path that I...
    0 replies | 20 view(s)
  • volcaniclastic's Avatar
    12 Apr 2021, 14:26
    Oh man, okay. First: hi! welcome to the forum. Second: I'm going to talk about this until someone shuts me up about it. Crows (and ravens, magpies, grackles, etc) are part of the family Corvidae and all...
    7 replies | 82 view(s)
  • Lotus's Avatar
    12 Apr 2021, 13:56
    Hello, I don't know if this is the right section to discuss this or even if it is the right website, but I am interested to know if anyone has any experience with crow speak? I've recently developed an...
    7 replies | 82 view(s)
  • volcaniclastic's Avatar
    12 Apr 2021, 10:11
    How does anyone make it through university? I wanted to take a biology course this summer, but it's $1600, and I do not have even close to that amount. I don't get loans over the summer, nor does my loan cover...
    121 replies | 14430 view(s)
  • B. de Corbin's Avatar
    12 Apr 2021, 06:36
    Yeah. I laugh it off onnacountta not being fined. But I was going to go out & collect mud & water samples today, and now I'm wondering if I need some kind of permit to do amateur science. Seems like the...
    5 replies | 75 view(s)
  • anunitu's Avatar
    12 Apr 2021, 05:25
    as a kid i caught blue belly lizards and alligator lizards and
    5 replies | 75 view(s)
  • iris's Avatar
    12 Apr 2021, 04:39
    Half rant half public service announcement to parents. I work in a covid testing facility. when I started we only tested aged 12 and up. Things have changed, we can now test younger if they are accompanied by...
    121 replies | 14430 view(s)
  • iris's Avatar
    12 Apr 2021, 04:27
    ...ok my middle school biology classes would have been crime parties if that was how things worked here xD sorry. It's kind of funny.
    5 replies | 75 view(s)
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