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    Re: Unpopular Opinions.

    I probably wouldn't pick up anything by Bruce Wayne, though. Bruce Wayne sounds like someone who'd write self-help or motivational books. Things like 'Who Moved My Cheese?', or 'Energy Dynamics for...
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    Re: What Are You Thinking About?

    I have the hardest time with one major flaw that all these shows have - the budget of the various labs & the speed in which their toxicology reports come back :P

    Very few forensics labs (even in...
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    Re: What Are You Thinking About?

    It, too, was an NCIS episode - guy embeds an .exe in a video game that uses distributed computing to hack the Pentagon. Gibbs goes to shut down the mainframe with a gun. After shooting up the place &...
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    Re: What Are You Thinking About?

    Thinking about flirting with vegetarianism a little. Which is weird, because I love meat. But the way I routinely acquire meat is flawed, and hunting isn't really an option for us right now. So...
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    Re: If There Was a Livefeed of Your Life....

    Lots n' lots of nose pickin. And scratching. Sometimes both at once.

    ;)
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    Re: Greek Primordial Dieties

    Haha, so not all the Recons I've been bitched at by have done their research, either!
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    Re: Afraid of being a New Ager

    Yup. Prayer circles & more prayer circles, getting everyone to think about world peace at 11:11 - and spending tons of money on seminars and retreats to work on themselves, rather than maybe starting...
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    Re: Afraid of being a New Ager

    Never be afraid to be a nice person, or to want to help or heal others. Never be ashamed of being attracted to wholesome, gentle practices. Never be embarrassed because your patrons aren't of the...
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    Re: should kids swear?

    These are the only words on my personal off-limits list. My mother & her family were people like that - they would wash kids' mouths out w/soap for saying the mildest profanity, but used racial slurs...
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    Re: should kids swear?

    Heh, my use of 'f-word' was because this thread isn't in the Adult Section. I self-censored.
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    Re: should kids swear?

    I've never understood why certain words are so offensive (aside from those commonly known to be racial/gender/special-needs slurs). It also annoys me that it's somehow ok, even expected, for men to...
  12. Re: Medusa's Quesion du jour (the year of the horse edition!)

    Sauteed brussel sprouts with some crumbled bacon, toasted walnuts (or pine nuts) and balsalmic vinegar are to die for. Especially if you saute the brussels in a little bacon fat. They're also pretty...
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    Re: praising the greek primordials

    Any kind of religious or spiritual practice can lead to 'UPG' - (unverified personal gnosis). It means things you experience for yourself through your practices. A strict Recon probably wouldn't...
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    Poll: Re: Food Poll #6: Coffee vs Tea

    Coffee. All the coffee. My usual is the lighter roast known as 'Breakfast Blend'. Even though everyone assumes dark coffees are 'stronger', it's the lighter roasts that contain more caffeine....
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    Re: hold your beliefs lightly...

    For me, it's that belief doesn't necessarily equal knowing.

    I believe in ghosts and spirits and Gods and 'supernatural' phenomena. For me, they are real, and they do influence my behavior. One...
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    Re: Humanity's limiting factor?

    Success shouldn't be measured by how much you earn or how educated you are. It should be based around happiness and satisfaction. If you are happy and satisfied being you, you should be counted as...
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    Re: What Are You Doing?

    Playing WoW & thinking that Warlords is, at best, a $20 xpac, not a $60 one.
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    Re: When people tell you about your own religion.

    But Catholics aren't Christians. Their story ends when Christ was born. I've been to Midnight Mass & heard the guy in the funny hat singing. Plus, they worship a Goddess & a bunch of statues.
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    Re: When people tell you about your own religion.

    I'd rather argue w/someone who is merely ignorant than someone who comes off as an intelligent human being but insists on being wrong about their chosen position. I do that myself on occasion for...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha Watchin'?

    Sons of Anarchy
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    Re: Blessed Food Processor?

    I've got an electric coffee/herb grinder. Holds about a cup of whatever, & has one blade & the fineness of whatever you grind is determined by how long you grind it & how often you shake it around...
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    Re: What Are You Doing?

    Drinking tea & relaxing a little so I can go to bed.
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    Re: When bad things happen

    That right there.
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    Re: When bad things happen

    I don't ascribe to 'bad things' or 'good things'.

    Stuff happens. You benefit from it or lose from it - and the majority of stuff we ascribe a good or bad value to doesn't actually affect us at...
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    Re: London's View of the USA

    Thank you for giving me the opportunity to use this snippet of song, lol.

    Walking down the street I’m the lady
    Showing off my map of Tasmania
    Soft and sweet and shaped like a triangle...
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