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    Quote Originally Posted by Corvus View Post
    I've been painting a lot recently, partially because people carry evil and plague and I don't want to leave my house normally. I'm thinking I'm going to paint a tarot deck. I'm halfway through the magician and hoping I can keep the motivation to at least finish the major arcana.
    I'm thinking of making a tarot deck to keep my mind occupied from the coronavirus crisis.

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    Thinking about the crazy rollercoaster of life and how after a bunch of years, I've found myself coming back to here. Perhaps it was on my mind due to the crisis, or just changes in my life, or a million other reasons, but here I am.
    "The streams called Ice-waves, those which were so long come from the fountain-heads that the yeasty venom upon them had hardened like the slag that runs out of the fire, - these then became ice; and when the ice halted and ceased to run, then it froze over above. But the drizzling rain that rose from the venom congealed to rime, and the rime increased, frost over frost, each over the other, even into Ginnungagap, the Yawning Void. Ginnungagap, which faced toward the northern quarter, became filled with heaviness, and masses of ice and rime, and from within, drizzling rain and gusts; but the southern part of the Yawning Void was lighted by those sparks and glowing masses which flew out of Múspellheim. Just as cold arose out of Niflheim, and all terrible things, so also all that looked toward Múspellheim became hot and glowing; but Ginnungagap was as mild as windless air, and when the breath of heat met the rime, so that it melted and dripped, life was quickened from the yeast-drops, by the power of that which sent the heat, and became a man's form. And that man is named Ymir, but the Rime-Giants call him Aurgelimir" - The Gylfaginning

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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Munin-Hugin View Post
    Thinking about the crazy rollercoaster of life and how after a bunch of years, I've found myself coming back to here. Perhaps it was on my mind due to the crisis, or just changes in my life, or a million other reasons, but here I am.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Munin-Hugin View Post
    Thinking about the crazy rollercoaster of life and how after a bunch of years, I've found myself coming back to here. Perhaps it was on my mind due to the crisis, or just changes in my life, or a million other reasons, but here I am.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Well, WV now officially has Coronavirus cases and they are all in my county. Now I am going to definitely have to stay in and it's going to drive me crazy. What's even worse is that we probably are going to have more issues with supplies.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I gots nothin' to do currently but sit & wax all philosophical.

    I can't help but notice how the idea of "weaken the federal government" has failed the nation. The CDC has been warning of this inevitable pandemic since the late '70s. Nobody gave a shot because it haven't hadn't happened yet.

    Maybe we outta think about climate change and method impacts now, while we're onna roll.

    Non-straight males are finally standing up to centuries of being pissed on, and entering politics at truly exciting pace.

    The NEED for national health care could not be made anymore obvious than it is right now.

    Party politics and propaganda wars have been an utter and unrimitable disaster to all save the rich or the delusionable.

    Maybe this clusterfuck will wake people up.

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    thank you B. De

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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Quote Originally Posted by B. de Corbin View Post
    I gots nothin' to do currently but sit & wax all philosophical.

    I can't help but notice how the idea of "weaken the federal government" has failed the nation. The CDC has been warning of this inevitable pandemic since the late '70s. Nobody gave a shot because it haven't hadn't happened yet.

    Maybe we outta think about climate change and method impacts now, while we're onna roll.

    Non-straight males are finally standing up to centuries of being pissed on, and entering politics at truly exciting pace.

    The NEED for national health care could not be made anymore obvious than it is right now.

    Party politics and propaganda wars have been an utter and unrimitable disaster to all save the rich or the delusionable.

    Maybe this clusterfuck will wake people up.

    Those of you who are awake, those of you who really care about a better world, please remember:
    Absolutely. I've been thinking of that poem lately. My governor (MO) doesn't want to shut down the state, but rather wants to leave decisions to individuals about what they should do. Alrighty then. This isn't like eating too much fast food. This is like driving drunk. The actions of a handful of morons will harm others. One local hair salon owner posted that they'll be open until they're forced to shut down, and everyone's like "oh how wonderful". No confirmed cases in my county yet, but I have a feeling that will change by Tuesday the latest.

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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

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    Absolutely. I've been thinking of that poem lately. My governor (MO) doesn't want to shut down the state, but rather wants to leave decisions to individuals about what they should do. Alrighty then. This isn't like eating too much fast food. This is like driving drunk. The actions of a handful of morons will harm others. One local hair salon owner posted that they'll be open until they're forced to shut down, and everyone's like "oh how wonderful". No confirmed cases in my county yet, but I have a feeling that will change by Tuesday the latest.
    Guy behind me at WallyWorld last week, with 25 frozen pizzas in his cart, thinks it's no big deal & just an election years stunt.

    Weird that the entire world is in on the liberal scam.

    But, if he was listening to Fox, he was BS'd to the gills, and not nearly intelligent enough to compare what he was told then to what Fox is telling him now, and figure out who lied.

    They say there is no cure for stupid, but methinks Darwin would disagree on that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkfeathers View Post
    Absolutely. I've been thinking of that poem lately. My governor (MO) doesn't want to shut down the state, but rather wants to leave decisions to individuals about what they should do. Alrighty then. This isn't like eating too much fast food. This is like driving drunk. The actions of a handful of morons will harm others. One local hair salon owner posted that they'll be open until they're forced to shut down, and everyone's like "oh how wonderful". No confirmed cases in my county yet, but I have a feeling that will change by Tuesday the latest.
    Guy behind me at WallyWorld last week, with 25 frozen pizzas in his cart, thinks it's no big deal & just an election years stunt.

    Weird that the entire world is in on the liberal scam.

    But, if he was listening to Fox, he was BS'd to the gills, and not nearly intelligent enough to compare what he was told then to what Fox is telling him now, and figure out who lied.

    They say there is no cure for stupid, but methinks Darwin would disagree on that...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Looks like Rand Paul is taking the Darwin Cure to the Senate...
    Last edited by B. de Corbin; 23 Mar 2020 at 09:19.
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