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  1. Thread: Groundhog Day

    by Rhythm
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    Re: Groundhog Day

    The thing I love about groundhog day..is that it hits at a monotonous and dreary part of the year. A part of the year where any one day looks like the next and the last before that. In order to...
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    Re: Drawing over doorways

    Every one of my kids drew on the walls. It's the kind of curse we'd all be lucky to have, if it's curse. Whatever bad luck your friend has, a daughter isn't it.
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    Re: The COVID Vaccine

    Mi madre es....gonnna get a shot finally. Weight off. We can send the heathens back to see their granny in the next couple of weeks. She sold the house I grew up in and moved 900 miles to be...
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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    I've got this loopy idea, I think you'll like it....follow me through the weeds. I think that the state of american political discourse has created something like zen through exhaustion.

    Where...
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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    I think their press shop handled it pretty well, myself. The truth of the allegation was irrelevant to the damage it could have caused, and that they could have caused to themselves by mishandling...
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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    That's the point of following up a year later. I didn't want to assume that you'd been convinced one way or another, and was looking for an unfiltered reply.
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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    Corbin....wanted to follow up here. Have the facts as you see them, of bidens general rapeniss, subsided? If they hadn't ( and again as you see them) but he also had brilliant ideas otherwise, how...
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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    Qanon chatrooms have been blowing up all morning with the classic stages of grief.
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v1.3)

    We all have to do our part, die for the dow. ;)

    You feeling better? Sinus issues are the worst.
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v1.3)

    I don;t expect anyone to change their mind about a militia being a last line of defense for our nation..but can we agree after the events of yesterday that if there is such a place for such a...
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    Re: Home made dog food

    If it's worth making a good pb and j for a person, it's worth making a good peckers lips and assholes sandwich for a dog, amiright? ;)

    I don't have a dog right now, but when I do, they only eat...
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    Re: Agnostic atheist pagan

    Welcome aboard. Would you characterize the pagan aspect of your worldview as thematic, ritual, cultural, or other than?
  13. Re: Have you ever encountered a Cryptid Creature?

    I've run into dogs in appalachia that I would have called wolves and been called crazy, and was called crazy - but it turns out that they've been working with coyotes to fill that empty space, so.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I hope you're all having a fantastic thanksgiving.
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    Re: A life without children

    That could definitely be the case - however they arrive at their satisfied (or in this case accepting) state..there they are. Nothing about it is specifically rational or should be expected to...
  16. Thread: Hello All!

    by Rhythm
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    Re: Hello All!

    Welcome aboard.
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    Re: A life without children

    One of the things I've found most interesting about kids, wanting kids, the numbers of kids we have - is that people tend to have exactly as many kids as they want. You'd think that life would...
  18. Re: My Thoughts On Johnny Depp And Amber Heard Domestic Violence Situation

    -and that's the rub. If they think that you're their market, then maybe they should get rid of them both - but they probably don't think that, and it probably isn't true.
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    Re: A life without children

    I think that alot of people seek the "ideal life" because alot of people find happiness in it. I have five children. Living creatures tend to think that there's value in creating more...
  20. Re: My Thoughts On Johnny Depp And Amber Heard Domestic Violence Situation

    I suspect that they were in a mutually abusive relationship as well. I don't know that they need to remove either of them from anything - but it's a product..so they'll do whatever their customers...
  21. Re: Relationships extending beyond this life...

    There isn't alot of variation between human beings. Couple standard deviations from the mean. A strong connection may be the vast biological and environmental commonality we share, and consider how...
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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    I may actually see the promised levels of funding for our programs..and..gasp..even a promotion I've been due for...in the next admin. It's like we exist again - we even got emails, lol.
  23. Re: are atheist and agnostics really atheist and agnostic ?

    Atheism is a question of belief, agnosticism a question of knowledge. Most atheists are also agnostics.

    I've been super busy for the past few months working the land, as it so happens. My life's...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    It certainly does. Understanding the historic development (and study) of a belief is a separate question from it's existential (or metaphoric) truth. It's tough to find any of this stuff that's...
  25. Thread: Hello Everyone

    by Rhythm
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    Re: Hello Everyone

    Classical sculpture informed that conception of the abrahamic god. It never really fit. It's a bit of a misconception to say that it came from zues, though. Sculptors had a habit of depicting any...
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