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  1. Thread: Hey yall

    by B. de Corbin
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    Re: Hey yall

    Hey ya, Rhythm!

    What kind of alt ag do you do?

    If you're doing aquaponics, you can fish for your own talapia :D
  2. Re: Sacred Egyptian Lotus (actually water lily)

    Thanks!

    I hunted for that specific plant for a month before I found one. I tried starting from seeds, but didn't get any to germinate.

    Finally found a supplier that had it - Tricker.com. The...
  3. Sacred Egyptian Lotus (actually water lily)

    My Sacred Egyptian Lotus (Nymphea Caerulea) is blooming. Here are a couple pics:

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    Then these ladies showed up and we had a flower party:
  4. Re: People Are Making A Big Deal Of A Black Mermaid

    Sorry!

    It seems I've damaged the integrity of this forum by stating the opinion that a debte over the color of a fantasy character is a tempest in a teapot, minus the tempest and without the...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Watching four bold wimmins make a play to take out The Giblet and Chief, nominal president D. tRump.

    Will it fly?

    Stay tuned...
  6. Re: People Are Making A Big Deal Of A Black Mermaid

    Black mermaid? Somebody decided to make a crap sammich, and everybody wants to take a bite. Why?

    White people's problems. Get a life - there's actual, real bad shist going on you could be getting...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    My niece has been diagnosed with BPD.

    With treatment, she's doing well.

    Best wishes to you, Anunitu!
  8. Growing things as a spiritual pursuit

    Sooooo...

    I just thought I'd open this up to anybody who understands what I'm talking about.

    Every time the weather changes, I become obsessed with "growing things." I go out and wander the...
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    Sticky: Re: Things that make you LOL!

    While reading book reviews of classic, old-school science fiction I ran across this collection of a weird fetish-y sci-fi trope involving scantily clad "curvy" girls in glass tubes, with artfully...
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    Sticky: Re: Birthday Wishes!!!

    Huh.

    Again?

    Seems like it was just a year ago...

    Happy B-Day, Hawkfeathers!
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    Re: Just wanted to say hi

    Howdy! Pleased to meetcha!
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    What we hate in ourselves but can't admit we project on others, and hate it there.
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v 1.2)

    Well hey, there ya are. I wuz wondering where you wuz.
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Whoa! That's a serious thing!

    Is everything going according to plan?
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    Re: Disagreements

    I think it's all just farts in a cold wind.

    Speak the truth, give the evidence, think about what I say or not, exercise compassion, and how can disagreement be anything other than that of being...
  16. Re: Any Nahua (aztec) practitioners out there?

    It's hard to inconspicuously keep up with the sacrifes. They have to keep moving to different cities when to body count begins to look suspicious...

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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I hear you on the rural internet thing. We have to have a satalite dish, which leaves us at the mercy of the weather.

    As regards what the fates have in store for you - it's the same thing they...
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    Re: Why is Buddhism so contradicting?

    That's a good example, because that, of course is their function. They should all (even when based of possibly historical events) be understood as a peculiar class of metaphor, intended to point to a...
  19. Re: Transhumanism or Posthumanism (Is being called a new religion by some)

    Some things are just inherently insane.

    Deciding that those people have to die so these people can live is one of them.

    I'm hoping that those here who are a bit older will remember the...
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    Re: Humans should stop producing

    Common error.

    50 people practicing empathy and cooperation can defeat a single selfish individual.

    Strength comes in a variety of forms, one of them is "community."
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    Re: Why is Buddhism so contradicting?

    I don't generally find that to be the case - what I see is generally a confusion between metaphor and straight description, or, often translation confusion, and confusion from trying to squeeze...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Happy birthday!

    Good choice.
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    Sticky: Re: Whats everyone reading now or read lately

    The Lotus Quest: In Search of the Sacred Flower

    This is an absolutely facinating book. Sure, it's about a flower, but it's a flower which has had cultural and religious significance from the very...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    You know that people are offended by pictures of Mohamed, otherwise, you would not have had a reason to draw the picture. "I thought it was funny" forces me to ask "why did you think it was funny?"
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    You knew she would be offended when you showed her the picture.

    You showed her the picture.

    She acted exactly the way you intended her to.

    What are you telling us about yourself with this...
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