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  1. Re: Does Our Treatment of Animals Affect How We Treat Each Other?

    I don't remember what came first, my liking animals or disliking meat. There is a connection there.

    I have the impression that in countries where animals are better off, in general there seems to...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    Evening coffee tastes weird. It's as if my senses demand much more quality. In the morning even the cheapest roasts taste delicious.

    Have some deadlines to meet.

    Speaking of time, there's a...
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    Re: The Human Chain Thread

    Clarity now!

    Life, direction, decision-making, emotions, relations and matters of trust.

    http://www.24x7photography.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Howard_Fogg_Art_Train_Painting.jpg
    (Howard...
  4. Re: Bill Ryan's 2010 interview with Credo Mutwa about Michael Tellinger

    Credo's wikipage has an undertone to it, I find. You can read here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vusamazulu_Credo_Mutwa

    Did he find back the lost necklace? Or tips?
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    Good morning!


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FI2LY4dk-s

    Still laughing at this alternative attempt to create awareness about sexual harrassment.
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    http://www.artechnika.com/images/22Cockpit.jpg

    Joining Paula in a (Master)fast (I agree with Ol'Roy there, you are inspirational, I got up at 4AM this morning to do chi kung).
    I made the...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    It does look like a professional photoshoot.

    Again beautiful dresses there, Ulli. Somehow a touch of India in there.
    Tribal dress tends to have much colourwork in it, I find it very soothing...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/03/01/article-2286624-185EA1B1000005DC-173_964x1011.jpg



    Namibia, is the country. Fabulous dresses and the patchwork fabric in the rest of the pictures.
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    If I told him about you and he could understand, I'm sure he'd say: enchanté!

    28711

    This is a drawing he made today. Of course, I love it.
  10. Re: Forgiveness: Necessary, or just a way of stopping you from retaliating to aggression?

    It is difficult. I apply the understanding-part too and then you go through the process of how they must have reasoned to come to such an act and you understand and then, it conflicts to what you...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    Those pigeon creations are amazing, girls...:)
    Meeradas, did you make that tune?

    It's a beautiful morning now. My cousin (remember Klinefelter) is coming over. I'm always nervous right before,...
  12. Re: Haemorrhagic fever / Ebola outbreaks have been reported - accident, natural or bio-weapon?

    In-home is going to be difficult now with a new fever in town: the Africa cup (which Morocco refused, btw, and was penalised for).
  13. Re: Russia begins penning 'public outing of clandestine foreign interfering entities' legislation

    Ha, MorningSong :) you don't have to agree with me.

    However, if we spot the same things, maybe it means something.

    These are very confusing times. I personally find it hard to judge the...
  14. Re: Haemorrhagic fever / Ebola outbreaks have been reported - accident, natural or bio-weapon?

    Is there any confusing overlap between seasonal flu (now reaching highest point in my locale) symptoms and ebola's?
  15. Re: Russia begins penning 'public outing of clandestine foreign interfering entities' legislation

    The idea of restored sovereignty (also in the form of going back to the original currencies) has been circulating the EU for a long time now. It seems even - the Schengen example set aside - that the...
  16. Re: Russia begins penning 'public outing of clandestine foreign interfering entities' legislation

    Europe is reconsidering Schengen (extra: What is Schengen?). You think there's a connection?

    English:...
  17. Re: Missing 3 Year old William Tyrell from Kendall Australia

    I'm happy to see the boy is not forgotten and that the police are still making efforts.

    At the same time, under innocent until proven otherwise, it's a pity the new focus has been made so public...
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    Re: The Human Chain Thread

    No

    I would like to ask for a lot of energy for a big no to a repition of what is discussed in the below video. As much as I don't like this type of comparison, I can't find a clearer example to...
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    Sticky: Re: Here and Now...What's Happening?

    Paroles is a creative song, it's a combination of drama and music, but not quite a musical, and still musical. Possibly Fergie tried to do a modern version of it in Shut up. There's two people...
  20. Re: Charlie Hebdo shooting: eleven dead at Paris offices of satirical magazine

    I'm starting to hear worrying reports of local foreigners being visited by people (of what authority, I don't know yet) who ask to be let in to then question them about their opinion about the...
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