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    Re: Stina Bo Bina: a star is born :)

    Hi there funkpunk46,...yes, when you put it that way, I can see why that would be annoying!

    I didn't view your posts as attacks. In fact, the overuse of the word "attack" on text forums makes me...
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    Re: Stina Bo Bina: a star is born :)

    i don't think it's a 'blackcent' as much as it is an exaggerated southern twangy sort of thing. i think she's from florida.

    she's exaggerating her personality most of the time for effect. doesn't...
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    Re: The Truth about Corey Goode

    freak show indeed. had the edge of blunder kids sat on wilcock's lap and stroked his hair while he droned on about his suffering, i would not have been shocked at all.

    they both come off as...
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    Re: The Truth about Corey Goode

    The people cleaning out Peterson's place were in hazmat suits, or some equivalent. There were dead animals in there. Peterson was a pack rat. The place was a dump. There were no million dollar...
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    Re: Excalibur: the Mythical Sword of Scientology

    it could be that i'm entirely missing the point, but that doesn't seem like a terribly impressive revelation (survive). if i were to suggest everyone here continue breathing, i wouldn't call it a...
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    Re: The Truth about Corey Goode

    wake me up when he actually sues somebody.

    it's all smoke and mirrors. empty threats, over and over and over again...

    no real lawyer is going to take the case against the imaginary "dark...
  7. Re: Ricky Gervais Takes No Prisoners At Golden Globes

    I just heave a huge sigh of relief whenever I read your posts. You're such a clear thinker, and youre just excellent at expressing your thoughts..and very often you sum something up reallly...
  8. Re: Ricky Gervais Takes No Prisoners At Golden Globes

    If so, would the problem of the State (and others) attacking and limiting free speech be solved by each of us holding ourselves out as stand up comics? Or would the State determine who is and who is...
  9. Re: Ricky Gervais Takes No Prisoners At Golden Globes

    Gervais isn't trying to be a hero. He's more like an anti-hero. actually, he's more closer to being a heyoka, or sacred clown.

    he's not really on anyone's team. he just inserts himself into...
  10. Re: Ricky Gervais Takes No Prisoners At Golden Globes

    "this past year we saw James corden play a fat pussy....and he was also in the movie Cats."

    That was a great joke. No fat on it at all. I think half the audience missed it

    And I appreciated his...
  11. Re: Ricky Gervais Takes No Prisoners At Golden Globes

    If you're a comedian and you have a large group of powerful people in front of you, and you are clear that some are pedo's and deviants, you can't just walk up to them with a wagging finger and...
  12. Re: Ricky Gervais Takes No Prisoners At Golden Globes

    The jester gets his paycheck from the king and is there for more than just simple entertainment. The king, like J. Edgar Hoover, has a COINTEL file on all the the lesser members of court. It's the...
  13. Re: Ricky Gervais Takes No Prisoners At Golden Globes

    historically the jester is the only one in the king's court who gets to tell the truth. it's because he is "below contempt". Gervais' art isn't in reading the cue cards or trivializing rape and...
  14. Ricky Gervais Takes No Prisoners At Golden Globes

    friend just sent me this. a must see. Ricky starts just a little bit slow but picks up steam as he goes along.

    nothing is sacred. he slays everyone in the room. a beautifully brutal...
  15. Thread: Whitley Strieber

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    Re: Whitley Strieber

    I know why you'd say that Doug. I get it.

    I view Strieber as quirky, eccentric, and somewhat pompous. In the early days he appeared to be kind of emotionally frazzled and prone to the occasional...
  16. Thread: Whitley Strieber

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    Re: Whitley Strieber

    to his credit, he has taken polygraph tests.

    he also submitted to an epilepsy test, to rule that out as a source of his experiences.

    it's all detailed here:...
  17. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    if i may, just briefly...:)

    contrary to popular belief, Bill is not always responsible for bannings and retirements(as Aragorn's example with Turiya demonstrates). sometimes he's not even there...
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    Re: What happened to Teresa Yanaros?

    She's the type that adopts things 100% upon discovering them, and then moves onto the next when that manic fire has died down a bit. She's a phase person; it trickles down to her appearance: hair is...
  19. Thread: Celebrity Crushes

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    Re: Celebrity Crushes

    Yeah, the "man crush" is merely admiration; not romantical:) i was just playfully teasing Dennis there.

    Man crush, bro crush...same idea. Glad we cleared that up.

    And now I'll offer you a...
  20. Thread: Celebrity Crushes

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    Re: Celebrity Crushes

    She's just incredibly lovely. Not loudly lovely, not purposefully cutesy, not falsely gushy. Just earnest and quietly and genuinely lovely
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