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  1. Thread: The last laugh

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    Re: The last laugh

    Once I was contacted by an elderly member here who hoped he was not a Grammar Nazi ( his term) , but could not understand why I allowed a space after each comma and period , as he quaintly called...
  2. Thread: The last laugh

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    Re: The last laugh

    Beware the young word warriors edging out the older generation , Bill.
    But my curiosity is piqued . Is this OP long lost Uncle Cuthbert ? Not seen since picking up his creative writing degree .
  3. Thread: The last laugh

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    Re: The last laugh

    I can see why you joined on the day you did .
  4. Re: Tracking ~ Listening devices: Historically under surveillance:

    There is no clear evidence that they use baths other than for distilling which is why they then start singing . It's their individual approach to spirituality .
  5. Re: Short powerful techniques for the body and mind

    And that laughter routine -- which is not my cup of Gin -- should open proceedings .
    Nobody will be in any condition to laugh at anything if they reach that final stage of the marathon work out ....
  6. Re: Short powerful techniques for the body and mind

    Constance this looks great for all sorts of other people . I grew up with P.E. trying to ruin my life so I have developed a healthy life style revolving around the notion of hathinertia .

    I...
  7. Re: "Tartaria, 150 years later." Stretching reality a little thin? Pervading the alt-webs now

    Some extremely interesting responses and some great research findings . Thanks .

    Assuming for the sake of argument that the narrative is essentially correct :-

    How was the Empire overthrown ?...
  8. Re: Is it our obligation to do something about this insanity in the world?

    The sheer number and size of impinging stimuli and distractions ( problems ) increases exponentially .

    Those least suited to adaptation and unable to find and successfully use coping mechanisms...
  9. Re: "Tartaria, 150 years later." Stretching reality a little thin? Pervading the alt-webs now

    You are too serious .
    Treat it as a game or an alternative to TV . It could even be true , though at this stage I have no real opinion and my instinct tells me it is a , No No .
  10. Re: "Tartaria, 150 years later." Stretching reality a little thin? Pervading the alt-webs now

    Listened . Reaction was :-
    Incredulous -- interesting --- not as daft as I imagined it would be -- not a waste of time.... tell me more ---- completely surprised .

    Lots of possible questions...
  11. Re: Is it our obligation to do something about this insanity in the world?

    I would be cheering and jumping if 'your ' approach triumphed .
    The Internet might have been to our advantage but it is being dismantled very quickly because of that very possibility . Silicon...
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    Re: Turmoil in Venezuela

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-02-04/italy-thwarts-eu-plans-recognize-guaido-legitimate-leader-venezuela


    Whoopee .
    Cat among pigeons .
    Our Lords and Masters will hate that . ...
  13. Re: Is it our obligation to do something about this insanity in the world?

    I fully appreciate the sincerity of the OP , the message and its underpinning hopes and goals .

    But until shown to be wrong by examples , I believe that possibly no major long term changes have...
  14. Re: Micronovas as explanation for the regular extinction events and ice ages, next coming in 2048

    Not really . It's primarily about what causes Magnetic Pole Shifts which occur randomly --- 184 in 83 million years . It was thought that the prime cause was huge meteor-asteroid strikes .

    But...
  15. Re: Is it possible that one day we are going to wake up in the morning and there will be 10,000 UFOs in the skies?

    Aha , a Serge Monast fan . Each to their own .

    If you wanted to wreck his zany idea , simply get a rich and eccentric millionaire to fund putting a hologram of Jesus across the sky at a defined...
  16. Re: Micronovas as explanation for the regular extinction events and ice ages, next coming in 2048

    Bhusunda, Go back to a Topic that started very recently ( January 24 ) and was titled ," Looking for opinions on Diehold validity " .

    For reasons I mentioned in my contribution to that thread I...
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    Re: Turmoil in Venezuela

    Trying to move matters sideways , and I am a solid Maduro supporter for what I regard essentially as first principle reasons :--


    Is it possible that the apparently appalling mistakes being...
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    Re: Policeman witnesses UFO and "Spaceman" in UK

    Absolutely . My main point was to offer an explanation for the cluster of sightings in this sector over the last 50 years or more . They fly broadly West because going East involves London and...
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    Re: Policeman witnesses UFO and "Spaceman" in UK

    Bristol has a long history of sightings . As has nearby Warminster .
    But look where Boscombe Down RAF station is . Only about 50 miles from Bristol and separately Warminster . A few seconds flying...
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    Erik Prince in bed with China

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-31/erik-prince-building-blackwater-type-training-base-china

    There have been occasional reports of Erik and his Boys working for the Chinese over the last...
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