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  1. 14 points
    I lost a good friend who I have known for over 40 years to the virus. His family could only say goodbye by phone. I hate this virus and can only think it could have been prevented early on...
  2. 12 points
    Something I've never thought of before now: If a Bigfoot family have a screaming toddler or two, how do they shut them up to avoid detection?
  3. third_eye

    Could Jesus have been a woman

    We know there is evidence of bearded ladies... ~
  4. 11 points
  5. 11 points
    Screaming for the guillotine....
  6. 11 points
    Good morning.
  7. 10 points
    Do you think Trumps refusal to concede the presidential election and his unwillingness to transition to president elect Biden is hurting the country on so many levels. The pandemic would be front and central now...
  8. 9 points
    This was Before COVID : as a young padawan and in my heydays of pub crawling in the UK. I striked up a conversation with this babe jokingly asked her how would you like your eggs in the morning . Cold reply "unfertilized"
  9. https://www.myrecipes.com/extracrispy/what-to-do-when-satan-possesses-your-toaster I would not keep this toaster, even if it did make good toast.
  10. Emergency services are responding to a shooting with multiple victims at the Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, local officials and witnesses say. The mall and nearby schools are on lockdown but few details are available. The incident began just before 3 p.m. on Friday when officers were called for an active shooter situation at the mall, about 7 miles northwest of Milwaukee. Witnesses said the shooting happened in the area of Macy’s. At BNO news: Link
  11. Nonsense. The Universe is 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999% empty space. My brain is only 99.999999% empty space. NOT THE SAME AT ALL.
  12. 9 points
    Happy Woden's Day to you all
  13. 9 points
    We got the news today that we may have to close our clinic all next week to help with contact tracing for the local health dept. Several of us volunteered to work some extra hours so we can get people in so we don't lose our caseload and so we are not bombarded with clients the week of Thanksgiving.
  14. 9 points
    As we celebrate Veteran's Day, I would like to thank all who have served or are serving, all over the world.
  15. 9 points
    Oh dear..... here we go again..... I've just seen a Trump aide walk into the White House with a yuge map of the US and a red Sharpie.
  16. 8 points
    I'm giving up drinking for a month. Sorry, that came out wrong. I'm giving up. Drinking for a month.
  17. 8 points
    An interesting documentary about the beginning of Christianity:
  18. RoccoRocky

    Brand spankin' new!

    My profile says I've been here for about a good 30 minutes, and I want to make my first post in the lounge announcing how I'm going to set up shop here. I don't have many stories of the anomalous, but I do have fringe interest! Call me corn cuz I'm all ears!
  19. 8 points
    I hope everyone in the U.S. has a good Thanksgiving holiday, and I hope every one else has a good Thursday. Stay safe.
  20. smanthaonvaca


    I had first tried this in another browser and the content section was not visible, so I am glad that I am not trapped with a supposed mobile version that requires me to type my whole post in a tiny description box, which was the first impression I was under... But maybe the browser or my cookie settings were not compatible... This makes me happy. I like this large workable type box much better. As you can tell, I hate technology. From the looks of it, people are briefly stating their interests. I cant wait to talk about ancient civilizations, secret societies, pets, general chit chat, media criticism and analysis, psychology, philosopy, sociology, biology, and history. (:
  21. A campaigner told how a wall tribute in honour of the 21 victims who died in the Birmingham pub bombings shows the 'strength of human kindness.' Julie Hambleton, who lost her sister Maxine in the devastating blasts in November 1974, said she was overwhelmed with emotion after visiting the poignant spot in Bromsgrove Street, in the city centre. Full report at Birmingham Mail: Link Birmingham Pub Bombings: Wikipedia
  22. Aroundthecorner

    Australian troops accused of war crimes

    I live not far from the WA headquarters for the SASR, a secretive unit which they pride themselves on. This whole sad story is down to a few bad eggs competing with other special force units in games called blooding, a disgusting misuse of power and I hope they all get whats owing. War and the battle field are one thing but to drop into mental evil nutbag mode is sickening, especially when its for points over a similar unit.
  23. The Wistman

    Crooked voting machines?

    Of course, your report comes from Newsmax, that reputable source. I find it ironic that the Republicans are now crying foul, because their old tried and true Diebold machines, forced on the states by the Bush/Cheney presidency, were so easily hacked and responsible for them winning the 2004 Presidential election, specifically wrt the Ohio vote. Now, since they can't cheat with their old hacktastic Diebold machines, they're screaming fraud. .....Oh you don't remember any of this, that's okay, I forgot, you guys never look back, even at your own sordid election fraud history. https://columbusfreepress.com/article/diebold-indicted-its-spectre-still-haunts-ohio-elections https://www.computerworld.com/article/2511508/argonne-researchers--hack--diebold-e-voting-system.html https://arstechnica.com/uncategorized/2005/12/5821-2/ And finally, an overview...though I know how you hate to look back at history. https://medium.com/@jennycohn1/the-corruption-of-americas-computerized-elections-3d5b77124ebe
  24. 8 points
    This book on marriage im reading says treat your wife like you treated her on the first date, so after dinner tonight I am dropping her off at her parents' house
  25. psyche101

    To Vax or not to Vax

    Well polio says your wrong.
  26. 8 points
    My wife is incredibly smart. When I called her from my buddy’s phone she answered, “Hey love!” She already knew it was me.
  27. 8 points
    When the love of the guitar plays the greatest love song ... [00.03:45] ~
  28. I wish that the winter is soft, and we get to spend time with our loved ones. I wish that mildness and kindness settles across the land like the leaves falling after the gales. I wish for those that hurt to start healing, those that are ill to become well. I hope we all do better in a lot of ways. I wish for clear skies for the viewing of celestial events, good paths for those that want to go wandering... for stomachs, minds, and souls to be nourished. I wish for folks a lot of fun spooky, a few cryptids, and maybe a cold case or two solved too
  29. All posters are urged to at the very least attempt civility. This is a forum which is essentially dedicated to unexplained mysteries, if you really feel that your political ideals should be uncivilized or rude or obnoxious, there are plenty of platforms out there where you can behave that way. But here we really don't need it.
  30. And to the 70 million-plus people who voted for Donald Trump, now is not the time to sit at your computer and complain - get out, join the local branch of your political party and get active. There are many opportunities available for people to get involved in politics in America, just waiting for you. (And, frankly, the same invitation is extended to everyone in America, regardless of who you voted for, or if you didn't vote.)
  31. The teacher was not a stoner--he used a medically-prescribed substance to help him with psychological issues.
  32. I think Icke is an escapee from some mental institution but I'd rather see him spewing nonsense than having some thug like Dorsey deciding whose speech is "acceptable". It's time for a serious alternative to these Leftist Globalist platforms. Maybe 230 reform is still possible.
  33. 7 points
    Christmas has been cancelled this year, because Santa is considered a super spreader.
  34. 7 points
    Much learning doth make thee mad.
  35. 7 points
    Just above yon sandy bar, as the day grows fainter and dimmer, lonely and lovely, a single star, lights the air with a dusky glimmer. Longfellow
  36. 7 points
    Infectious Dad optimism... [00.06:53] ~
  37. 7 points
    Ok let’s break this down. Trump lost, the Republican Party refuses to acknowledge this. His supporters won’t accept his loss. The Democracy of our country is under attack. The next 60 days of his temper tantrum will weaken the country because he’s never been told he was wrong. So why do people support him since he only cares about himself and could care less what happens to the American people and our freedom...
  38. 7 points
    2019: Live, Laugh, Love... 2020: Lather, Rinse, Repeat...
  39. quiXilver

    Crooked voting machines?

    Perhaps Trump is mad because this time, they didn't use Dominion to put him into office, but to get him out? If the Dems had actual control of the voting process, I suspect Mitch would also be on his way out and so would Lindsay.
  40. 7 points
    So... This morning I was talking with a friend (yes, I do have some of those)... And we were discussing (and cussing) the various crap that has happened this year... Then I made the comment "What the heck else can this year do to me?" ... Then I checked my mail and found out... My rent has gone up (by a small but annoying amount) and I've been selected for Jury Duty next month.... Wonderful. Just wonderful Well, Poop!
  41. 7 points
  42. stevewinn

    2020 US election

    If Biden does indeed become President the American people will find out, one thing is for sure Biden wont serve a full term. but that was never the plan and that also worries me, Harris lurks with her own plans for America. whose pulling the strings.
  43. Eldorado

    UK's 'Yorkshire Ripper' dead

    Peter Sutcliffe, 74, was one of the UK's most notorious prisoners, having murdered at least 13 women across the north of England in the late 1970s. His prison term had been increased to a whole life sentence in 2010 and he was being held at HMP Frankland in County Durham. Sutcliffe had recently been diagnosed with COVID-19, but is understood to have refused further treatment when he was taken to a nearby hospital. Full report at Sky News: Link Sutcliffe at Wiki: Link
  44. 7 points
    Computer says no! "Keyboard not found press f10 to continue "
  45. Noteverythingisaconspiracy

    Pretty Zebra Picture

    Even I can spot the lion in these pictures. https://www.catersnews.com/stories/animals/just-lion-around-bizarre-moment-entire-pride-of-lions-decided-to-take-a-kip-15-feet-in-the-air/
  46. Thanks for your reply and understanding. Yes I rarely come here now since I found that this forum is not open to spirituality and is overly top heavy with those adhering to materialistic limitations of scientism. Scientism is the view that science has a monopoly on human knowledge and that only things that are “scientific” are true. This misconception is not a result of science, but of scientism, the peculiar school of thought that places around science a halo of “omniscience.” However, scientism itself is unscientific!
  47. A pair of researchers at Syracuse University has found evidence that an ancient squid-like creature with a paperclip-shaped shell may have lived for hundreds of years. Diplomoceras maximum lived approximately 68 million years ago (in the waters around what is now Antarctica), at approximately the same time as Tyrannosaurus rex—a period known as the Maastrichtian age of the upper Cretaceous period. D. maximum was a large, squid-like creature (its shell was over 1.5 meters tall), an ammonite that was part of a now-extinct group of tentacled cephalopods. It went extinct at the same time as the dinosaurs, presumably for the same reason: the Chicxulub asteroid strike. What made D. maximum stand out was the unique shape of its shell. The top portion bent back and forth, resembling a paperclip. In this new effort, Ivany and Artruc discovered something else remarkable about the ancient creature—its lifespan. https://phys.org/news/2020-11-ancient-squid-like-creature-paperclip-shaped-shell.html
  48. Davis Island was built upon two man-made islands atop two small natural islands formerly known as "Little Grassy Key" and "Big Grassy Key" at the mouth of the Hillsborough River.[2] The islands were built from mud dredged from the bottom of Tampa Bay in the 1920s and expanded (emphasis added). With a canal fully separating a portion of the island from the rest of it, Davis Islands is technically an archipelago, hence the plural form "Islands" in its name. Originally, Davis Islands consisted of three islands. With the construction of the airport, however, the end of one canal was filled in to make enough land area for a runway, connecting the two largest islands at their southern ends and reducing the archipelago's island count to two (emphasis added). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Davis_Islands_(Tampa) Another in an ever growing list of Fails. .
  49. susieice

    Body modification man gets tusks

    How can he talk and eat? I hope he enjoys that liquid diet. He'll grunt his approval.