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  1. Thread: Face it!

    by Rhythm
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    Re: Face it!

    Does the critical view of humanity’s nature and efforts so uniformly cast in the op also extend to whatever aspect of humanity created and maintains the worldview described in the op?
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    Re: Hello! And, where to go?

    I’ve found much the same in my own life. That, to me, anything other than some religion of nature isn’t just missing something, but missing the thing. Missing the whole enchilada.

    here’s a fun...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Thanks for enduring my complaints guys, lol. I know it’s healthier to just let it roll off like water, and it’s nice to have a place where you can shout into a non judgmental void.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Can’t walk away, refuse. My whole job is winning over ideological objectors. And these aren’t random producers, they’re family. Back when I was infantry in the oughts they were so supportive. ...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    My family is being ripped apart by something as minor as my chosen profession. My in laws have decided that I’m deep state, and apparently don’t want to be around my family…including their kids…and...
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    Re: Hello! And, where to go?

    Welcome aboard. The sneaking suspicions of children are probably the single most effective recruiting force towards paganism. It’s an honest worldview, felt genuinely by babies, lol.

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  7. Thread: Introduction

    by Rhythm
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    Re: Introduction

    It’s been pretty difficult to reconstruct Druidic practice. Our main sources are enemy polemics in context of their age, and…obviously, much of anything else was later lost to time and pogroms. But...
  8. Re: Getting to Java: Here to There and Back Again

    Sounds like an experience. Would you consider it as having changed your view on things, or provided an alternate confirmation of how you already saw things, chiefly?
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    Re: Bill Cosby Is Released From Prison

    The straight and honest answer here is that regardless of what Cosby did, his constitutional rights were violated. His conviction is vacated and he cannot be retried. He is, officially and legally,...
  10. Re: I'm So Glad That EDP445 Is Cancelled Off The Internet

    Alot to unpack here. Off the top of my head, how or why should or could a person deserve something that you think shouldn't be a thing at all? There's a strange disconnect in that all by itself no...
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    Re: George Floyd Got Justice

    It's a good word. I'll give you some examples of how the death penalty would play out - let's say that there was an otherwise identical altercation between floyd and police, only, floyds alleged...
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    Re: George Floyd Got Justice

    The human heart is inscrutable, but, if they did....it would be used to kill george floyd, not derek chauvin.
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    Re: George Floyd Got Justice

    He's probably going to serve about 10 or twelve years - first time offender, model prisoner, leo. He will certainly spend whatever time he does behind bars in a special arrangement or facility, on...
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    Re: What is "cancel culture"?

    Folks probably shouldn't be influenced by easily researchable misinformation about cancel culture either...and yet.
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    Re: Just some thoughts about...malls

    Those malls were one of the greatest crimes against humanity ever perpetrated, lol. It's going to take thousands of years to reproduce the soils either destroyed by or locked under all that cement. ...
  16. Thread: Crow Speak

    by Rhythm
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    Re: Crow Speak

    I love the little guys.

    They can be valued partners and free labor! in ecologically appropriate cropping. Basically, if you have crows, you have an overseeding/subsoil pest problem/solution. ...
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    Re: Well... That was stupid

    The interest that they're regulating re tadpoles is very much already there, and commercial. Poachers scout as hikers then come back with nets. Also, worth noting, you do need a license to take...
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    Re: What is "cancel culture"?

    Yeah, his stuff is always good. I'd say that I might even pick out one little offhand quip that explains cancel culture, the political weapon of cancel culture as propaganda, perfectly. You play...
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    Re: What is "cancel culture"?

    I'd start with forcing them to print all of their contributions to rightwing pacs. It's becoming more important for companies to produce marketing that appeals to the changing sensibilities of their...
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v1.3)

    Well, sure. He was a human being at the beginning of the day too. ;)

    The broad range of people and broad range of circumstances that lead to homelessness in the US defy our view of what the...
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    Re: What is "cancel culture"?

    Nobody canceled Dr. Suess. The company decided that they didn't want to print those images that time has not been kind to. Go take a look at them, and see why the publishers thought they weren't...
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    Re: What is "cancel culture"?

    It's people voting with their wallet.
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v1.3)

    It's a thing. I don't know if evil is right, but definitely suspect. That's part of why the wife and I organize as a c3, for a limited range of cases. The idea is that a homeless guy might be more...
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    Re: Do you write Easter Cards?

    I send food and flowers and ask (every year, and every year everyone says no) if they want some fertilized multicolor eggs.

    Does that count?
  25. 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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