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    Re: A life without children

    I was pleasantly surprised that I didn't get any of that from the doctor. I got asked why I wanted it, and I was informed it is irreversible, and that was it. I was expecting more patriarchy...
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    Re: A life without children

    You have always been a source of inspiration for me, Hawk. Growing up, I knew exactly one woman without child (my grandmother's best friend) and I always assumed I'd want them eventually.

    I'll be...
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    Re: Advice is nice

    Don't misunderstand me - I still have reverence for the natural world and plants in particular. It's just the awe I feel at a waterfall, for instance, has nothing to do with a deity, and everything...
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    Re: Advice is nice

    When we think of fungi, we only think of mushrooms, but in fact, the family of fungi is much wider than that. Many forest systems depend on mycorrhizae to break down and store nutrients in such a...
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    Re: cold coffee brewing

    I've only ever soaked for twelve hours.

    I love cold brew. I don't make it very often though, because it uses up the most grams per volume of bean out of all my coffee making methods. I only use...
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    Re: Introducing myself.

    welcome to the forum!
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    Sticky: Re: Pagan Forum's Ultimate Book List

    hey thanks for that recommendation! It looks like an interesting read.
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    Sticky: Re: Pagan Altars :)

    Those are beautiful!
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    Re: aphrodisiac herbs

    Ritualists who have weak lungs also indulge in elaborate glass structures, Corbin :p

    I've never heard of the herb you mentioned, Cotton. I have in the past used damiana, and muira puama, though....
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Have you suffered through the abomination that is Paw Patrol, yet? I have a lot of friends with kids under 5, and I hate that show.
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    Re: what's in a name....

    welcome to the forum!
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    Re: It Is Impossible To Post Here....

    We do not discourage posting here. In fact, we encourage it. Many of our conversations are old, yes, and therefore locked, but if you contact an admin or a mod (myself included), we will happily...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Meanwhile, I'm pretty sure it was spring until the first week of september, and then we got a few nice summer days....now it's autumn haha.

    Global warming...
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    Re: New here!

    Welcome, Rayven!
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Happy autumnal equinox, folks :)
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I wish mine involved phys ed.

    I am not 100% online, because I have field labs, but yesterday was six straight hours without a break of online learning, and today was 3 hours, but then I went to...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Yeah, the whole semester at least, possibly the entire year.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    First full day of online lectures - this is going to be a very long semester.

    I'm a sad lad.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I used a shampoo bar for a while, but I didn't like how they made my scalp feel. I've gone back to liquid shampoos, but don't use very often. Maybe once a week, maybe, I might condition, but I...
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    Sticky: Re: Pagan Forum's Ultimate Book List

    We don't allow a new person to market their products, because it comes off as phishing, and that's not what this forum is about. Once you've introduced yourself in the Introductions forum, and...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    YES! I'm so glad someone else has noticed. I wash my hair maybe once every three weeks or so - lots of people think I'm gross, but when I shampoo, my hair gets stripped of all its natural oils and I...
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    Sticky: Re: Pagan Forum's Ultimate Book List

    Thanks for the recommendations. I don't think I clarified what I was thinking very well. I'm not interested in instructional books, or 'advanced magic' - I was more thinking along the lines of the...
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    Sticky: Re: Pagan Forum's Ultimate Book List

    *bump*

    I need a good book recommendation. The problem with being pagan for over 20 years, is that...all the books are 101. All of them.

    A friend lent me Witch, by Lisa Lister, and I'm...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I'm day 12 into my self- isolation and I think I've actually gone crazy.

    I'm home for a month, but have to quarantine for the first two weeks of it. It was fine while I was here with a friend,...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I've had a mohawk for a few years now. It's current form is a mullet 'hawk with microbangs.

    Rock it, Corbin.
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