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I think a better question is why have 8 kids when you can't support one.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R/K_selection_theory

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I liked Nancy. She seemed so disappointed that I wasn't selling out. It was adorable.

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March 11, 2016.

https://311truth.wordpress.com/



Obvious gun to the head is obvious.

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neckbeard Rowland a new asshole

Obvious handler is obvious.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 11:50:42 AM »
I've known fairly well-off people who were humiliated and humbled by just one bankruptcy, and struggled for years to get back to square one. But we're expected to believe Trump is legal and above board after eight bankruptcies?


When did gaming the system become illegal? You have to understand--most people admire him for this.


The United States Corporation is already bankrupt. What better man is available to captain the ship through these rapids? Go on, name them. Do it.



legal and above board

How can you possibly even give a shit about this standard anyway? Where was this standard when you were shilling for Hillary, you numb prick?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 11:41:31 PM »
Where was all this concern about "money laundering" when it was Wells Fargo and JP Morgan and Bank of America funneling cartel drug money?

GFY

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: Yesterday at 11:38:49 PM »
I never gave two shits about "paranormal" talk. Let me know when this cheeky broad is willing to discuss the sinking of the Titanic, or the current orbital path of the Black Knight satellite, or recent developments in Antarctica, or anything else important.


"I saw a ghost when I was twelve" is not important, nor is it good radio. It is not.

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Random Topics / Re: Sex Pig Harvey Weinstein
« on: Yesterday at 06:32:14 PM »
Personally I'm looking forward to some starlet or political aide to come out and say "I wasn't harassed or raped."


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1)My virus protector advises against viewing that site.

You're supposed to get the point from just reading the URL.


2)lol

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microdosing

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Embryos aren't sentient.

1) Why does this matter?

2) Are they sapient? What's the difference?

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an excuse: acid for three years


I don't think you understand how acid works.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 02:11:01 PM »
Where was all this hard-hitting full-stop journalism, when it was the Clinton Foundation and Haiti? Enquiring minds want to know.

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Paranormal - Conspiracy - UFOs - Etc. / Re: Current Forum Mood:
« on: Yesterday at 01:31:53 PM »

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Random Topics / Re: Sex Pig Harvey Weinstein
« on: Yesterday at 01:29:42 PM »
He should've stuck to comedy.


He has.

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This is your daily reminder that sodium fluoride is a toxic poison. Where is your FDA on that? Fuck them.

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To me, that's abuse.


That's because you're delusional and ignorant.

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It's the blockchain, stupid!

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Sorry for the long post, but it was important for this information to get out.


massive rolleyes

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 10:35:42 AM »
Because the police and the CPS require evidence that will stand a reasonable to good chance of securing a conviction in court. Good defence lawyers get paid a lot of money by high profile, wealthy people to ensure that if the police are sniffing around for even so much as a speeding ticket, they'll get it watered down. Our police forces have been underfunded and had to cut back on staff; caused by our government. With limited resources (and now held to account for conviction numbers rather than actual severity), the police can do so much. And as has been shown here; two particularly high profile men have had lengthy investigations (though never charged with any offence), culminating in the police not finding any evidence to charge. One, Paul Gambaccini (radio DJ), was suspended from his job, arrested and bailed. He was unable to comment, and a year later the police dropped all investigation when the 'victim' had been shown to have made it all up. Several like it.


It's fun to go back to a year ago and examine just who was working to derail the threads.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: November 16, 2017, 01:07:53 PM »

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Look at the way that Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal wiggles his eyebrows while speaking.


There is no fucking way that is not code. My fucking cat doesn't wiggle her ears that much when she's murdering prey.

Also: note the date.


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Random Topics / Re: Black Death Outbreak And It Is Airborne
« on: November 16, 2017, 08:01:56 AM »
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A reply to the continued fear mongering headlines about the plague in Madagascar

Guess what people? The plague is in the United States, and has been for over 100 years.

If you have ever hiked in national parks and monuments in the desert southwest, you will have seen signs warning people that the plague is in the area, and not to get bit by fleas. Many desert animals carry it. Here's a nice writeup about the plague from a Veterinary blog and it is the same plague that is in Madagascar. The plague always goes aerial when someone is to the stage of dying and is coughing.

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Another outbreak of plague has been found in New Mexico and Arizona. From January to July 2017, New Mexico has three confirmed cases of Yersinia pestis. This bacteria causes plague in humans. Arizona prairie dogs in Cocinino county near Williams, Arizona suddenly started dying this summer. Testing revealed Y. pestis bacterium caused their deaths. Now, fleas in Navajo county have tested positive as well. Plague often occurs in the desert southwest states from May through October.

People develop plague after being bitten by a flea infected with Y. pestis within 2 to 6 days. If the bacterium is inhaled, the onset of clinical signs is only 1 to 3 days. Unlike people, cats contract the plague after eating infected rodents. Clinical signs in animals and people include swollen lymph nodes, fever and general malaise. Plague has three different syndromes in humans and cats. Dogs are naturally resistant to the plague. Bubonic plague is the first stage that occurs when the bacterium settles into the lymph nodes of the head and neck. With time, the glands may rupture and drain a bloody material. Pneumoic plague occurs when the bacterium spreads from the lymph nodes to the lungs. Septicemic plague occurs when the bacterium enters the bloodstream and spreads throughout the body. This form is rare in cats.

Intensive treatment with antibiotics and fluids must be started early to prevent death. Infected patients, animals as well as humans, are quarantined to prevent infecting others. Because of the extremely poor prognosis and rapid progression of the disease, treatment is often started before an actual diagnosis is confirmed. If plague is suspected, start treatment.

Avoiding the bacterium is the key to prevention. Keep cats indoors to prevent exposure to rodents. For the benefit of humans and cats who live with dogs, routinely use flea control products on the dogs. Clear out rodent habitats around homes. Humans should wear gloves when handling wild animals. Most human deaths are in either hunters who were bitten while handling their prey or veterinary professionals who were exposed when treating a sick cat. This happens to vets and staff because draining buboes on the head and neck look similar to cat fight abscesses. More information can be found at the Centers for Disease Control.

This is precisely why I have been telling people the headlines about the plague are a hoax.

The plague is already global. If you want to catch the plague, go to an area of the United States that has signs warning it is in the area, and sleep on the ground. Absent you doing that, there is little to worry about if you don't get too friendly feeding the squirrels.


courtesy: jimstone.is



I'm going to need Jackstar to weigh in on this.

About two and a quarter.

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Random Topics / Re: Sex Pig Harvey Weinstein
« on: November 15, 2017, 11:18:05 PM »

Arguable.



Okay, okay. I can admit when I'm mistaken: "So far, 84 women have come forward with allegations of rape, groping and harassment at the hands of Harvey Weinstein,"


Fine, fine. You may have your own thread about this. I will allow it, upon one condition: You all must refer to him as "Swinestein" from time to time. For flavour.

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Sometimes it is more painful to be right than to be wrong. :(


Nobody really thinks this way.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Caravan to Midnight
« on: November 15, 2017, 04:31:27 PM »
I would suggest Lionel's YT channel.


When I did that, mv killed my thread. 'Ware. 'Ware!!

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