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    Re: What color are you seeing on this dress?

    This thread does a marvelous job of illustrating the difference between objective analysis and subjective perception, if anyone is interested.

    It does not do to maintain a subjective...
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    Re: Work Harder Than You Can

    To clarify, the pilers are subject to an exceptional increase in production beyond their volition; absolutely true. What I don't dictate is their response to working harder. The majority tell...
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    Re: (a little) competition is healthy

    Competition is inevitable.

    In preferring/desiring cooperation over competition, one is in competition with those who desire/prefer competition over cooperation. Every chess game has its opponent.
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    Re: Work Harder Than You Can

    I couldn't say it better. :first:
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    Re: Work Harder Than You Can

    Thank you for a brilliant outline of what it is like to not accurately interpret what I am saying. To begin, a few rhetorical questions.

    Is a farmer who seeks to grow larger and more stable crops...
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    Re: Why Satanism (and Christianity) is a lie.

    Begging your pardon, but what you suggest is not supportable. If anything, the color you perceive is derived from an interpretation of it, not from a particular objective quality of the words or...
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    Re: Why Satanism (and Christianity) is a lie.

    Unfortunately (IMO) Raf has decided to resign from Avalon. I hope no one minds if I steer this thing back on its initial course,....



    While I agree that there are members of both camps who...
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    Re: Work Harder Than You Can

    Allow me offer a literal example. In my profession, I feed (read: operate, oversee) a saw that splits boards laterally from 2"x6" into two 1"x6" boards (of whatever length, which varies). This...
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    Re: Work Harder Than You Can

    In my professional and personal experience, I find countless examples of individuals - young and old, seasoned and 'fresh' - with a predisposed idea of just 'how much' they are capable of; to a...
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    Delightful Self-Sufficiency Resource

    ... hosted by Avalon's own Ron Mauer Sr.!

    http://ronmauer.net/blog/

    Perhaps I am only playing catch-up, but I was recently clued into the above named/indicated website which is owned, operated,...
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    Re: Why Satanism (and Christianity) is a lie.

    Thank you for keeping me posted.

    I notice however, that you are appealing to the orator that change could be made along the lines with your preferred interpretation. This serves to indicate that...
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    Re: Why Satanism (and Christianity) is a lie.

    It is true that the meanings behind words can be observed to change over time, where new meanings are added to a word while others are removed. Please keep me posted if/when 'Intelligence' and...
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    Work Harder Than You Can

    This is a realization that I have been working on for some time now, that I would like to share.

    I am on the fence as far as whether anyone can really change things, and I am disinterested in...
  14. Re: Alignment to Nature (My Religion if One Could Call it That)

    And THAT was flawless IMO, both in content and presentation.

    :thumb:
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    Re: The American FED is your friend

    Let us further not forget that many of the same FED shareholders were largely influential - if not outright responsible - in/for the first World War. Sorry Jon, but I find your position...
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    Re: The American FED is your friend

    Let us not forget that the FED was created in 1913, and that the 1930's default you refer to (I'm shaky on the actual dates so I'll accept your asserted timeline for the moment) had everything to do...
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    Re: Has Anyone Else Felt this Way as They Age?

    Brilliant advice IMO, and a disposition I personally prescribe to.

    Like has been mentioned previously, I don't consciously identify with myself as being my physiological age. At work or socially...
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    Re: The American FED is your friend

    :suspicious:

    I will be most surprised if you find much concurrence to your position.
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    Re: Why Satanism (and Christianity) is a lie.

    <sigh> :boom:

    One's penchant for taking things out of context knows no bounds apparently, and while I uttered the phrase 'skilled hands' I clearly was not referring to myself, as my ability to...
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    Re: Why Satanism (and Christianity) is a lie.

    Its funny that you mention that, because just yesterday I posited the same point in a thread on 'another forum'. That words are not truth is axiomatic in my estimation, though when the finger is...
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