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  1. Re: Normalising vaccine side-effects, as if it has always been like this

     

    "Urgent warning to gardeners as soil ‘increases risk of killer heart disease’"

    "The results of the analysis pushed experts to recommend that people wear a face mask, if they are in close...
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    Re: The Gardening Thread

    I've found peas don't like the warmer weather, especially the snow peas. I try to get them in fairly early after the frosts are finished.

    Even though I am in the Southern Hemisphere, the...
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    Re: The Gardening Thread

    DeDukshyn - What did you do with all the radishes you harvested? I didn't know what to do with them all this spring, and we couldn't eat that many! Besides giving them to friends, I am really...
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    Re: The Gardening Thread

    It's been a cool spring here in the BC interior, so things got off to a bit of a slow start, but now I think the greenhouse is doing better than last year. We also had ~40C temps here for about two...
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    Re: The China Pyramids - Walter Hain

    There used to be a newly built pyramid observable near Area 51, but I've looked for it quite extensively recently - I think it has been scrubbed.
  6. Re: What is Loving-Kindness? How do you know it and practice it in your life?

    Step 1) Learn how to love yourself honestly and fairly, with conviction.
    Step 2) Realize that everyone else is you.
  7. Re: Normalising vaccine side-effects, as if it has always been like this

     

    "A new study suggests the risk of miscarriage may increase in the summer"


    " A new study suggests the risk of miscarriage may increase in the summer, which researchers say could indicate a...
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    Re: Is LaMDA really sentient?

    Was Blake Lemoine the only person to work at programing the robot?

    If so did he put info in regarding the Jedi?[/QUOTE]

    No he definitely wasn't the only one working on the project, and to...
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    They do look delicious, however...

    Call me a conspiracy nut or a kook, but ever since Fukushima I have stopped buying
    any seafood/fish from the Pacific coast.

    Not that the poisoning hasn't...
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    There's a fish truck that goes through my town once a month from the Quadra Island fisheries, off north east side of Vancouver island, and the are always advertising "spot prawns". I had never heard...
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    Poll: Re: Do you drink?

    That was a point I always tried to make to people ... "Would you buy a car for your family made from experimental material that wasn't properly safety tested, had no guarantees it would work, and...
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    Re: Is LaMDA really sentient?

    The human ego is nothing more than programs with variables and inputs that have weights and balances. This is replicable, but it requires what we call "learning". Is "machine learning" (that which we...
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    Re: Roe v Wade Chaos

     

    What I see is that in the pretext to more and more coming "plandemics", justifying the normalization of forcing regular experimental pharmaceutical injections and other drugs onto the masses,...
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    Re: Meme Your Memeiest Memes Thread

    Inspired me to do this ... A bit Canadian - centric, I should have replaced the other guys with other global WEF leaders.
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    Re: Food shortages are unavoidable now.

    Yes I know it's a chemical - a chemical found in pee. What I'm suggesting is that if this urea shortage is blamed for an inability to run diesel trucks, there's an obvious source of supply for...
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    Re: Biden voters and supporters. How is it going?

    Krystal and Saagar are a breath of fresh air - real journalists, doing real unbiased American journalism ... like how there used to be back in the old days.
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    Re: Who knew about Covid-19 in advance?

    Unless embedded, this video is restricted. Can it be downloaded?

    EDIT: Never mind, I was able to get it from Davetoo's link to Odysee
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    Re: What music are you listening to now?

    Touches your soul, deep down ...

    3fO75AaMDO0
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    Poll: Re: Do you drink?

    Geez, that's nothing - I know people who spend a lot more than that on Starbucks. One of the reasons I started brewing some of my own alcohol was for cost considerations ... never tried making cider...
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    Poll: Re: Do you drink?

    I have a confession, of sorts. When I read your post earlier today, not having at that time yet imbibed in an adult libation, I did not understand it. But now that I’ve had a pint of La Cumbre...
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