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  1. Re: Jeffrey E. Epstein arrested and charged with sex trafficking by fed today.

    There are many fascinating connections in Epstein's book that tie him to big Saudi names. I only brushed the surface [only looked through the first few letters, A-F] but picked out:

    "Dabbagh, Amr...
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion. :)

    Brilliantly said Paula, and I'm ready to move on.
    I do not agree with this decision but I respect it. :sun: And for me this is the end of the matter.

    A last point, I want Dennis to know there...
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion. :)

    I applaud that, I don't want to put any ribbons in Donald Trump's hair either thanks, such as it is! I don't want to see any of that stuff any more than you do. Of ribbon tying or drum banging that...
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion. :)

    post deleted to consider other replies that appeared since writing post.
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion. :)

    Chris, imagine if certain people on the forum thought spirituality, reincarnation, the soul, all that was false. Garbage. And they even called you names for believing in it. Then, arbitrarily, they...
  6. Re: 650,000 People Are Planning to Storm Area 51 to Jailbreak the Aliens Inside

    It was a hoax, came out later who the real person was who did it. I forget the exact details.

    But yes this is a funny idea. I seriously doubt it would actually happen though. Firstly, there's a...
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion. :)

    Thanks Mike for another reminder that backstage there is much more going on than what we are discussing on this and other threads.

    So I’m going to make a hypothesis. DISCLAIMER: “a proposition...
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion. :)

    Defending neutrality..? It's the exact opposite. In taking this stance, neutrality has been abolished. It's unfathomable to me that this point is just not getting across.

    And yes I see the other...
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    Re: A campfire chat with the moderators :)

    One question I have if I may. Where is Joe From the Carolinas? Not seen him for quite a while. Is everything Ok with him?
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion. :)

    Defending neutrality..? It's the exact opposite. In taking this stance, neutrality has been abolished. It's unfathomable to me that this point is just not getting across.

    And yes I see the other...
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion. :)

    I understand why you'd want to do that Bill, I really do. And part of me agrees, 100%. I don't like the beating of those drums either - I've never owned a drum or any drumsticks of my own. But I...
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion. :)

    An interesting point. I wouldn't count making the whole forum private as censorship. Censorship is more cherry-picking what you do or don't want visible. Blanket privacy however would definitely be a...
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    Re: The 'censorship' discussion. :)

    Yes, thank god that is an option. But that censorship is done by you, on your own channel, taking control of your own content. This matter is quite different.
  14. Re: Aliens Among Us...A Thread for Personal Experiences

    I've seen a lot, but my experiences are more of the nocturnal kind, rather than day-to-day out on the street. But I do recall one such event, while attending a UFO conference back in '91ish. I...
  15. Re: Don't be a Rabbit in the Headlights: Reincarnation discussions

    What Carmody said. The ego is the 'monkey brain' in all of us, the input/output system, in which mind and intellect is seated. It houses the tools we need to engage in the 3-dimensional world and to...
  16. Re: Revealed: Zuckerberg's and Facebook's DARPA origins

    I joined facebook for precisely two weeks in 2008, because everybody else at work was on it. It was fun and interesting at first, but after a while of being constantly 'poked' and 'waved to' by...
  17. Re: Dane Tops: the Camelot Church of Scientology whistleblower

    Herself. Wow. And some synchronicity, personally. When reading up on the Miscavige lawsuit scandal(s) the other day, I was speculating on the presence behind the scenes, somewhere, of Dane Tops in...
  18. Re: Exceptionally Powerful Volcanic Explosions and Activities

    Unsure where this pair would lie on the explosivity index, but these seem quite significant plumes. And occurring so close together, and both on the Ring of Fire... :shocked:
  19. Re: Weird, wild weather: floods, freak storms, giant hail, record lows, all over the world

    My thoughts are with you Hervé, and anyone else on the continent. It must be unbearable, and frankly quite dangerous with that degree of heat. We're expecting to hit 30C (86F) here in the UK on...
  20. Re: Diversity is *Not* Strength (Identity Politics)

    Here's an interesting 'prophetic vision' you might say, quite startling in its clarity.

    I discovered this in an interesting article on a related topic the other day, concerning a table-top RPG...
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