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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    Yikes.

    I'm not sure there could really be a clearer demonstration of the double standard at work with the response to this situation.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I feel this. My papers are all due during finals. I've got one more due tomorrow and another on the 7th, my three finals run go from the 2-4th. At least I can chill a bit when this is finally over....
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I don't want to do homework. I want to write horror fiction.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    My body, doctor, and all my friends inform me that I should not do this.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I may treat coffee like a food group, but I need to remember that coffee alone is not, in fact, a food.
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    Re: Did I Fail At Summoning?

    It sounds like you have a reasonable theory already.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    So I bought some geta because I've wanted a pair for years and I felt like I should have a reward after dealing with midterms. I can see why people say they're good for your back. If my posture is...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I'm pretty excited for it. It's been a few years since I've done something like this (it used to be more regular with shops and events) and my first time with a university class.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I'm guest speaking for a university lecture later this week on the history of witchcraft and the pagan revival and I'm pretty stoked.
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    Re: New household rituals?

    Physical cleaning is a big one for me because it's the only time I'll be able to get under all the furniture and such and clean the furniture itself. I like to cleanse before I move my stuff in, then...
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    Re: a few pics from the garden...

    Gorgeous plants. I want to buy a house almost entirely so I can have a big ol garden. The vining look is so great.
  12. Thread: Hey!

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    Re: Hey!

    Hey Rami, welcome to our forums. I'm sure you'll be able to find some useful info by reading some old threads, or starting your own. I hope you enjoy your stay!
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I think I'm incapable of writing short responses and I wonder if being overly verbose hurts the quality of my writing.
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    Re: A life without children

    I am a queer male-ish person who has a difficult relationship with the concept of family. I neither want, nor can have, the traditional family life. I'm also fairly young, I'm only 24.

    My gut...
  15. Re: How get succes and good fortune in a project

    Traditionally one would make an appropriate offering to your god or gods of choice, asking their assistance and blessing. Often this was animal sacrifice, though modern neopaganism tends to...
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    Re: A burning question and some advice please

    It's worth noting that basically all the ancient near east religions, and most pre-modern organized spiritual practices in general, had a strong ableist lean. The old testament has a pretty...
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    Re: Tarot Court Cards In Games

    Tarot cards have their origins with other card based games and probably have a common origin with normal playing cards. The suites are straight conversions (heart= cup, spade=sword, club= wands,...
  18. Thread: Pagan Altars :)

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    Those are some lovely spaces. It looks fantastic.
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    Re: Introducing myself.

    Welcome to our community, let us know if we can help with anything and I hope you enjoy your time here.
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    Re: cold coffee brewing

    Not to sound like a coffee snob, but leftover hot coffee served cold is just ice coffee. Cold brew is not hot at any point. To make cold brew you'll get a big ol filter, or a permeable food safe bag,...
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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    It was a mess. I'd like to offer something more profound, but the debate just made me want to drink.
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    Re: cold coffee brewing

    When I worked as a barista I was surprised to realize how simple it is to make cold brew coffee. It can be a bit of a pain to do at home, I mean I certainly don't have fridge space for any...
  23. Re: are atheist and agnostics really atheist and agnostic ?

    That is an ethical and theological question that will vary depending on your specific practice and interpretation. Personally, I don't like scoring religious belief like that. While I consider...
  24. Re: are atheist and agnostics really atheist and agnostic ?

    Strictly speaking, atheism and new age spiritual practices aren't incompatible. Our notions of atheism are largely impacted by Christian cultural norms, which in turn are impacted by greater trends...
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    Re: aphrodisiac herbs

    Cretan dittany is really famous as a medical herb in classical writing for all sorts of ailments. It's also kind of hard to find and usually kind of expensive to get the real stuff. It is considered...
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