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    Re: If Not Now, When?

    cool. I was thinking it must be pre-show warm up, but glad to hear the crowd was there!

    but, no dancing? WT? Oh, well.
  2. Thread: Memes and…

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    Re: Memes and…

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    Re: POLITICAL Cartoons.

    Linky..

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  4. Thread: Memes and…

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    Re: Memes and…

    ^ and thank my middle finger for always standing up for me.

    (& Paul P, 2nd up, Spin's in your league! (-: )



    "But, Mom!"

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  5. Thread: Cartoons.

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    Re: Cartoons.

    on a forum of (mostly) old men.. (-:

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    Re: strange PM: legit forum member?

    here's the user info Jeff.. joined 5 months ago, no posts?

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    seems a bit unusual, eh?
  7. Re: Molly Russell's inquest to put focus on big tech

    people posting bologna isn't the problem.

    social media sorting and feeding the bologna over and without other more calming posts is the problem.


    social media is _not_ an unbiased platform...
  8. Re: Molly Russell's inquest to put focus on big tech

    I suggest the single best thing social media could/should do is stop controlling (the algorithm) what, when, and how users see. Currently, each person sees a different 'feed' than others.. a feed...
  9. Thread: Rain?

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    Re: Rain?

    Rain.. too little, we cry.. too much, we cry.. anywhere in between, Ahhhh...

    this year has been interesting on the (n.e.) Highland Rim.. several periods of almost too much.. and several of almost...
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    Re: Esophogeal perforation

    Holy Flying Flip, what a story!

    And glad you're still with us!
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    Re: Jamie's Arlie - Needs a savior!

    nice
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    Re: psa - goodwood revival full live stream

    truth.

    oh, look!
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    Re: Just because you can.....

    wicked cool!
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    Re: the wonton killings

    ^ nailed them.
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    Re: the wonton killings

    new for me too, so ran it thru google.. hoo, boy!

    from - "www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/sep/07/lauren-boebert-says-you-can-study-lesbian-dance-theory-where-do-i-sign-up"

    "Lauren...
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    Re: Happy birthday to Ted Hoppe…

    hope it was good, sure it was!
  17. Thread: Trump is Toast

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    Re: Trump is Toast

    ^ interesting..

    'https://mobile.twitter.com/PenguinSix/status/1569129564093435906'

    gal in the vid doesn't look like TFG's usual bim.. er arm candy.. and she looks.. competent.
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    Re: And Never Forget the Other 9/11

    not to ignore a greater reality, itself created by previous actions of the U.S./CIA..


    "United States involvement in Chilean affairs intensified in the early decades of the 20th century. After...
  19. Re: Judges, is there any means of disqualifying them?

    ^ it's a not uncommon view..



    which is why Howard Zinn, reviled by Dems who imagine we still live in a state of normalcy, said this on the occasion of John Roberts being foist upon us - and...
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    Re: $300 billion wealth transfer

    I completely disagree. Keith and I do not often see things eye-to-eye, but if you are reasonable with him he is equally reasonable. I respect his views though I do not always see things the same...
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    Re: Charles disolves monarchy.

    a lot, and good. Mrs Obama has my respect as much as the Queen did.
  22. Thread: the algorithm

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    Re: the algorithm

    back to the op.. anyone else catch the subtle untruth in the title?

    "it's a byproduct of its design"

    that's no byproduct (as the article observes).. and from some short while ago -
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  23. Re: Hello, my name is Jim, and I'm addicted to the WBF Bilge

    WERE rash..

    decision .. was, decisions .. were!

    jeeze.. i know, i know.. ever body is an editor. (eta: does that need a smilie? 0-: )

    as for the rest.. I've lived an interesting life, met...
  24. Thread: POLITICAL Memes

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    Re: POLITICAL Memes

    ^ perspective..
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    Re: Has Bidenomics Been Good for Workers?

    'for the most part'?

    if 'they don't know it', then they aren't helped..

    tbc, 'hurting them less than the other guys' is _not_ 'helping them'.


    oh, and america doesn't need unions.. it...
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    Re: Hello Emily and all!

    ^ & ironically is in a mostly spared part.. (-:

    good to hear, Syed..

    and thanks for the links David.
  27. Thread: Why is it....

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    Re: Why is it....

    *Shortly after Katrina, the Walmart in the Bay (Bay St Louis), serving a mostly poor demographic, had higher prices on identical items than the Walmart over the bridge in the Pass (Pass Christian),...
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    Re: $300 billion wealth transfer

    from - progressive.org/op-eds/howard-zinn-despair-supreme-court/ on the occasion of installing John Roberts on the court (the beginning of the end, and Dems ignored it then just as they ignore...
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    Re: no love on the wbf for the goat?

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    almost sad to see her run ending, but gawd, what a run!
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    Re: unreliable, rare, or non-existing

    for me, that was AZ.. but Texas Canyon (s. of you, Paul - and with your legs, NOT recommended - I was 30ish and fit - we (my partners were army, younger, and fit) were jumping Huge bolder to ...
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    Re: Flat water to the Brothers

    the 12 1/2 brings back nice memories of teaching my nephew how to sail... (partially) tree lined cove too.. sweet.

    and friends 12 1/2.. outta my pocketbook range! but damn fun boat.
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    Re: The silence of the lambs

    'pre-butle', Hah! Good one, Skip..
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    Re: Regarding China…………..

    ^yet with that aging population, it was a youngish 50 something year old they used as an example.. why? I say the aging pop isn't the problem.
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    Re: Regarding China…………..

    fta -

    "Not long after her wedding, Zhen’s father Liang was diagnosed with dementia. He was in his 50s. Now Zhen and her mother are caring for Liang full time.

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    As the population ages,...
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    Re: We Need a Gorby Thread

    funny how that - and the 'not mentioning' - are so common.. almost as if they are intentional.

    on android, someone else can google Kissinger saying to do exactly that.
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    Re: The origin of College Debt

    ^ might I suggest you contemplate your .sig for however long it takes you to realize just what its ramifications esp here may be?
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    Re: Letters from Wrocław

    strange, looks right side up to me..

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    Finland has it right.. tho that only works when the nation is honorable in their intent re: students..

    and speaking of honorable, all a...
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    Re: The origin of College Debt

    St Reagan (hack, pTuee!).. the beginning of the end.
  39. Re: Jamie Johnston (S.V. Airlie) is in the hospital.

    from one old codger about another, thanks for keeping up with Jamie, Tom.. and fingers crossed (smoke & good thoughts).

    Did I miss it? His dog is ok?
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    Re: One third of Pakistan under water

    ^ fingers crossed..

    3 months of rain.. holy flying flip, batman.

    www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/pakistan-floods-have-affected-over-30-million-people-climate-change-minister-2022-08-25/
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  41. Re: how do normal, reasonable people come to support fascism

    pretty sure you are stirring the pot but allow me..

    reparations, EO or otherwise, would be the Worst possible thing, as
    A) they would drive poor & working class whites *over the edge while...
  42. Re: A peculiar pickup truck visited my neighborhood today.

    No, because..





    art comes from the heart (blood/sweat/tears) of the artist..
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    Re: Yet another unpopular opinion.

    ^ crazy, right?
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    Re: re-using canning lids

    from the pic - "buy only the quantity of lids you will use in a year"..

    they are _not_ the definitive source. In fact, it can be easily seen they are clueless. Do people really imagine we know in...
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    Re: re-using canning lids

    ^ I hear that. cost/benefit (to capitalism) has made this mess.. the 3R's started with Reduce & Reuse (I believe you also pointed that out recently?).. and reusing means also reducing/reusing the...
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    Re: re-using canning lids

    for going on 30 years, I've reused lids unless they have a break/spot in the ceramic inside coat. Acid (water bath)/pressure, matters not. It's all good. There's a 'nopolice canning' group on book...
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    Re: leaked Patriot front training video

    ^ bingo. very esp that last line.

    and 4 hr vid? riight.. that's not gonna happen
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    Re: Yet another unpopular opinion.

    my grandmother is spinning in her grave!

    "just wave the vermouth bottle over the glass (I swear that still almost full bottle we tossed on her passing was 40 yrs old.. and opened for every drink...
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    Re: Dems use proven strategy

    reminded me of -

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  50. Thread: Ebay

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    Re: Ebay

    Shirley to gawd you set up a new bank account solely for dealing with eBay sales!

    Shirley!
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