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  1. Re: Biden voters and supporters. How is it going?

    I have little doubt about that. Biden's not even sitting in the captain's seat in my opinion. He's not even the navigator. Using this flying analogy he's basically nothing more than this:
  2. Re: Biden voters and supporters. How is it going?

    As someone once said, wanting the President to fail is like wanting the pilot to crash the plane we're all on. Which is why I simply could not understand all the hatred and vitriol and blah blah...
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    Re: Jordan Peterson Update

    So glad he's back, and back in form. The world has really missed him.
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    Re: All Sports All The Time

    And there you have it. :flower:

    What a beautiful, magnificent thing that these mega-rich meddlers got destroyed, and their private JP...
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    Re: All Sports All The Time

    Right. You may not be so aware of this if you're outside Europe, although this has made international headlines, but a huge controversy - some would say ABSOLUTE WAR - has erupted in the world of...
  6. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Yeh me too. It was kind of like that episode of the Simpsons where Homer starts tripping on super-hot chilli-peppers. Lost in the desert he begins running, and running, leaping and bounding with a...
  7. Re: A questionnaire about people critical of the global narrative

    I hate to rain on this parade and throw the cat amongst the pigeons here, but something bothers me about this. Personally, I dislike the terms 'alternative research', and 'conspiracy theory'. They...
  8. Re: Let's celebrate the first human in space by pretending he did not exist

    Yup, the first man in space was quite possibly Vladimir Ilyushin. The theory went, that similar to any revolutionary new prototype, it had to have a test pilot. Ilyushin was that test pilot. If the...
  9. Re: Prince Philip dead: Duke of Edinburgh dies aged 99

    Oh entirely. For me the only two events surrounding the royal family that I engaged in, or became engaged by, in any shape or form, was the silver jubilee and the royal wedding (Charles and Diana),...
  10. Re: Prince Philip dead: Duke of Edinburgh dies aged 99

    I agree Ewan, that's quite possible. So I would caution against judging the man too harshly. None of us have been standing on his shoulder for 99 years to bear witness to his life and deeds. What we...
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    Re: Hollyweird GreatAwakening

    If you're referring to the gored face image of a child, a frame of the so called frazzle drip video, that is I believe is fake/false. This all did the rounds a good while back, and the consensus was...
  12. Re: The "Flat Earth" PsyOp (and John B. Wells' brilliant take)

    A timelapse of the Milky Way that was recorded using an equatorial tracking mount over a period of around 3 hours to show Earth's rotation relative to the Milky Way.

    I guess, according to the flat...
  13. Re: Steven Greer (2019) on an imminent catastrophic false flag event

    If a false alien invasion actually happened, I'll swim to Ecuador and eat Bill's hat.

    Not that there might have been, or even still is, a fleet of alien reproduction vehicles and a plan for this...
  14. Re: Was Jesus "from a different dimension"? Do we need him here now?

    "Everything I can do, you can do and more..." So said Jesus.

    Why he came was to demonstrate spiritual principles, to live the perfect life, and inspire in man what is actually possible.

  15. Re: Do you eat meat? Could you, Would you...?

    No I don't eat meat - with the exception of fish once a week along with several other posters on this thread. Which I found interesting and heartening. I was reluctant to call myself vegetarian with...
  16. Re: There may be three different kinds of people on Planet Earth

    Good stuff Bill. I've come to a similar conclusion over the years, that individuals are characterised by their spiritual energy, by how it is attuned, and specifically, in what 'band' of awareness...
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    Re: The Wall Of Shame

    From comments:

    Thomas Richard
    2 days ago
    Those who do not resist tyranny will bow to it

  18. Re: Plato, Newton, Leonardo, Rembrandt... who are they now?

    I've speculated for a while that Oscar Wilde > Stephen Fry. They seem to have an awful lot in common. Wit, intelligence, erudition, creativity, iconoclasm, sexuality, and indeed facial features. The...
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    Re: Hollyweird GreatAwakening

    Not a newcomer to this thread, see more nastiness back here.

    I feel you Bluegreen, seriously I do. I too have ceased regular posting on this thread. The more that turns up, the more depressing it...
  20. Re: My Prediction Sadly Came True...Sort Of

    I think you will probably find that the further back in time you go the more generally conscientious - morally aware - people were. It's been on the decline for a long time. I think it's quite as you...
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