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  1. Thread: Negative people

    by Rhythm
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    Re: Negative people

    They keep us grounded. Call it the minority report for hopeless optimists like myself.

    I've got a RayJay analyst sleeping on my couch that saved me more than my entire savings. He basically...
  2. Re: Bullied by a entity I thought was a deity please offer love and support don't jud

    The comparison goes a fair bit deeper than any comment on thor and zues. FWIW, romans identified the celtic god as mercury - a strange synthesis. Obviously we can't know the exact boundary of...
  3. Re: Bullied by a entity I thought was a deity please offer love and support don't jud

    I suppose that depends on the cultural context. Baldur or Balor?

    Loki can be viewed as the norse (and later christianized norse) view of the celtic god Lugh. Lugh is a hero, imbued with a whole...
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    Re: What is wrong with Social Security?

    I think that frustrations like those are intentional obstacles put in place by a nihilistic death cult, lol. A consequence of letting people who don't believe in government write it's regulations. ...
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    Sticky: Re: Birthday Wishes!!!

    and a merry unbirthday too!
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Medicaid and medicare don't necessarily cover anything. They're not broad programs like that, they're means tested assistance.
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Yeah, it was a thing. I went to one. Get it done and over with. Parents are short on time and their schedules are tight, lol.

    My wife didn't. Never had the pox, never got vaccinated. All of...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Those of us who never had chicken pox before there was a childhood vaccination. Obviously don't know if that's the other poster's case, just one group of at risk people. LOL, so many caveats, those...
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    Re: Called to the sword?

    That's too bad. I bet you'd have really enjoyed bayonet courses.

    In any case, if you have alot of positive mental associations with swords, right down to vividly fond memories of playing with...
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    Re: Called to the sword?

    Swords are constructed as tools for us to hold and apprehend as such, as you put it OP, feeling like an extension. Have you ever considered joining the armed forces? Not much left in the way of...
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    Re: Called to the sword?

    Psychological content deserves a spot. Do you want a physical sword in your hand, or are you referring to what swords represent, to you? Same with a fight, or with combat.
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    That's good work, right there. As a parent who's had a kid in NICU...we get exhausted. We want to cuddle with our kids more, but we can't..and we still want someone to hold them, for there to be...
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    Re: Spells for Gardening?

    I've got a little song I taught my kids so that they could help me scout. It works.
    (set to pop goes the weasel)

    Black spot and blossom end rot,
    Powdery mildew on veggies.
    Water logged seeds...
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    Re: Kobe Bryant - Guilty of Rape (or not)?

    -Kobe Bryant.[/FONT]
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    Re: Who Are You Voting For This Year?

    Right, there are disagreements that matter. Still...that's a disagreement. Not a shady history. It's not clear that you and Bart are even discussing the same thing when using the term - and this...
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    Re: Who Are You Voting For This Year?

    The narrative of the ulterior motive has become a sort of political golem. It has no life of it's own. A person really can believe in horrible shit...and a person really can believe that the (to...
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    Re: Pagan Naturalism

    Sure, I do think a pagan revival would, by definition, involve a greater awareness and acknowledgement of nature. Whether that would make nature a pope, IDK. I don't think so, but I don't know what...
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    Re: Who Are You Voting For This Year?

    OFC. I must've communicated myself poorly. I was wondering if there were something other than having a history of voting on the wrong side of wedge issues (however the right or wrong side is...
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    Re: Who Are You Voting For This Year?

    That's using the term shady history in an awfully novel way, isn't it? A way that amplifies opposition messaging with the same semantics, but a more serious connotation.

    All three are...
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    The Amazon, Agni, and Tian

    Tian, Confucious wrote, spoke to him. In Analects he offered that Tian gave him life, that Tian watched and judged, that we could know the movements of Tian, and knowing this, we would be provided...
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    Re: Pagan Naturalism

    In contemporary practice, any tradition with pagan thematic elements that proceeds without gods, animating spirits, or magic. A religion of nature commonly (but not necessarily) expressed through...
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    Re: Who Are You Voting For This Year?

    I'm watching the impeachment, I was up till the wee hours of the morning last night watching it.,..and all I'm left with is the gnawing realization that I spilled blood all over the world...for this....
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    Pagan Naturalism

    It occurred to me, while I was thinking about writing something on the crucial role that pagan naturalism must play in any human future on this planet (whether we choose to call it pagan naturalism...
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    Re: Therianthropy and Plurality

    I try to bring the lulz when I can, but I do think it's interesting and I'm trying to wrap my head around the day to day details. For example, where and how or do you...or even could you shelf a 6...
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    Re: Spells for Gardening?

    If you find any send it my way. It would be worth trillions of dollars.
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