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    Re: Black Lives Matter

    You're welcome, Atman. Thank you for being so gracious.
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    Re: Black Lives Matter

    You are talking about the "tip" while ignoring the rest of the "iceberg".[/QUOTE]

    The headlines from Gateway Pundit stated categorically that BLM was targeting this school and follow on comments...
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    Re: Black Lives Matter

    Okay, so Doug Parker, the district administrator for the school just called me back and confirmed what the secretary told me. These are pranks initiated from within the school by kids during...
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    Re: Black Lives Matter

    So, I just phoned Bigfoot school and the secretary confirmed that it's homecoming week and they have saran wrap wrapped all around everything, toilet paper in the trees, and etc...etc...following the...
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    Re: Black Lives Matter

    I see white ribbon in trees, on a weekend, with some banner blocking the entrance to drivers. I don't see violence, or people, or anything else. Looks like a prank to me, with someone spray painting...
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    Re: Black Lives Matter

    You mean the hunt and massacres of albinos?[/QUOTE]

    What are you talking about? Is this happening in the U.S.? You sure as heck better make a strong case for this, or you will be seen as actively...
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    Re: Black Lives Matter

    RGrey222,


    The matter is one of emphasis. What you are saying is true, but the emphasis on this fact, while not placing much greater emphasis on police brutality and murder of blacks makes your...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    I have no idea! I was only 5 or 6 years old at the time.
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    This is speculation on my part, but Picasso was inspired by African art and sculpture and is an artist who might be described as...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    Yes, I'm certainly prepared to believe Lisa's on-record statement that she had no insurance. I really did think she must have had, and I was assured that by a friend who knew the art world quite...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    This makes a certain amount of sense, too. Thanks, TomKat
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    Yes, I'm certainly prepared to believe Lisa's on-record statement that she had no insurance. I really did think she must have had, and I was assured that by a friend who knew the art world quite...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    But I doubt Bill owes Lisa anything. She got exactly what she paid for, not the bargain she thought she could double her money on.

    No, TomKat,

    Lisa obviously didn't get what she paid for if...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    Bill,

    You appear to have been operating in good faith with what would have been judged as proper authentification at the time the drawing was given to your father.

    The whole matter of...
  14. Re: Jordan Maxwell's prediction for the world in October 2020

    "October is when the entire world of mankind — all countries are going to be involved — and some kind of a major major shutdown which is going to cause political and social unrest on a scale that...
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    Re: The Plandemic Resistance thread

    Hi Agape,

    Happy to hear you are okay where you are. And kudos to those who are following the guidelines. How is the lockdown affecting food production and distribution? Are people there, by and...
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    Re: The strangeness of the California Fires

    Weather weirding and it's consequences. Lightening strikes are the primary cause of out of control fires, during drought conditions. It's actually kind of simple. Up here in Canada we had a similar...
  17. Re: UFOs : Why does the way they look always fall in line with the stylistic tendencies of the current era?

    With cloaking technology objects and people can be rendered invisible. If beings used technology like that, they were likely able to partially block themselves but leave parts visible to create an...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    They clearly recognize that there’s a vulnerable population.

    Absolutely. But the problem is that so many people have died in elder care, both in the facilities and in the home. That goes back to...
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    Re: What's really happening in Sweden?

    Not heard it be that bad here yet but many points do still match quite well to the situations around here. There is still some controls and checks working so when things get bad someone gets a notice...
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    Re: What's really happening in Sweden?

    In Canada--Military report. The military had to basically take over institutional care. This is a partial list of the condition the residents were in.

    sedated with narcotics when they are sad...
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