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  1. Re: Covid19: There's very little danger: Covid19 may not exist at all.

    I'm not saying anyone speculating is full of hot air.

    I'm saying this was planned. I'm saying they want to make us sick. I'm saying that if we don't resist now, this vax mandate protocol will...
  2. Re: Covid19: There's very little danger: Covid19 may not exist at all.

    I think we pretty much put this one to bed a while back. There is something going around. Whether it is new or been here awhile makes no difference.

    The point was to get everyone scared to the...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    They are manipulating our immune systems with these lock downs and masking. What should have been a flu bug that is allowed to run through the population and exhaust itself in six months, we have...
  4. Re: Extreme Covid measures in Canada... as Loony as ever.

    Typical opinion piece from cbc.

    Full of the official narrative, and the vilification of the unvaxed.
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    Re: Mainstream vs. Alternative

    It's is not that simple.

    To propose platitudes that the left leaning mainstream media is just another slant on the news, is incorrect.

    My buddy believes, and he is no sloucher but now he has me...
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    Re: Smallpox next??

    Aren't we all vaccinated against smallpox? I have two big scars on my arm to prove I got mine, I thought.
  7. Re: How can you be productive if your work isn't fun?

    When you are young, life is long.

    It seems as though everything is a long time away in the future.

    Consider that you will live well into your eighties.

    The best possible thing to do then is...
  8. Re: Mysterious Structure Found Near The Edge Of The Universe

    Sorry. An explosive force that burst into nothingness, dragging space and time with it has a source point. That point is in fact the center of the universe.

    Anything that has a beginning has a...
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    Re: Comparative philosophy

    Thanks TH.

    My underlying problem is this: I spent my entire life delving into philosophical ideation, I did not ever imagine a philosophy could be and must be lived. And since I had been trained...
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    Re: Kyle Rittenhouse

    And don't think that after apologies are made everything goes back to normal, albeit a 'new' one.

    No!

    Heads have to roll!

    Corporations will need to have their charters reviewed and removed,...
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    Re: The power of words

    I also like their twist on 'mostly peaceful' riots. Talk about an oxymoron...
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    Re: The power of words

    How about how the phrase 'fully vaccinated'? It continues to change, misleading the public about exactly who is in the hospitals...
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    Re: Comparative philosophy

    Philosophy is the only discipline I know of that apart from the requisite of possessing a large volume of data and facts about almost everything, almost anyone can participate on an equal footing....
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    Re: Comparative philosophy

    We could agree and end the discussion. I prefer the discussion.

    The progress made in the scientific description and modelling of reality, at least on macroscopic terms has led to many advancements...
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    Re: Mainstream vs. Alternative

    In this case, I don't need the media to tell me their conclusion. I watched the footage and saw the thing unfold. After watching many videos from many angles I concluded the man acted in self...
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    Re: Car Mechanic Sh!t

    That made me remember my old Austin Mini. It seemed every weekend I was out there under the tiny hood, rocker cover off, adjusting the gaps back to the correct settings.

    The click and clack of...
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    Re: Dying On Hills

    Does living in this world and going about business as usual, ignoring the corruption and obvious manipulation, considered dying on a hill?

    Or is that upward mobility?
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    Re: Comparative philosophy

    Kirkegaard may have started the existential movement but it lead to a dead end in philosophical terms, that for a hundred years retarded the reach of philosophy in the Western World.

    It was the...
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    Re: Comparative philosophy

    What I mean, or as I understand it to mean, by form is not even necessarily substance. Form is the state, whatever moment you are in, the world around us freezes for just an instant. In that instant...
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    Re: Comparative philosophy

    The first fifty or so lessons in ACIM are all about unseeing the 'things' around me. Basically they are all set up as negation, 'Nothing I see means anything', is the very first lesson. So yes, I've...
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