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    Quote Originally Posted by Winslow View Post
    I didn't even know they went up to "I."

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    You clearly don't watch enough/any porn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Brady View Post
    You clearly don't watch enough/any porn.
    Define "porn."

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    Fuck Oracle, Fuck Java, Fuck Apple, Fuck anyone who uses Java. Fuck it, fuck you technology and the Internet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehod View Post
    Jugs?
    Obvious answer is obvious, why didn't I think of it

    Quote Originally Posted by Winslow View Post
    Define "porn."
    Answer: The stuff that made the iternet was made for, possibly carrer option should money become an issue..

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    Tadhg wants to love everyone:

    Fuck Oracle, Fuck Java, Fuck Apple, Fuck anyone who uses Java. Fuck it, fuck you technology and the Internet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared H. View Post
    during my theatre years,
    'Authorities say the phony Pope can be recognized by his high-top sneakers and incredibly foul mouth.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnarCHris View Post
    Obvious answer is obvious, why didn't I think of it
    Yeah, my "obvious joke that doesn't need making dar" has never worked very well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Puma View Post
    on a different subject.

    I had a massage last night and had the strongest visit from bear ever; it was as if bear took over the masseuse. Still rather stunned.
    Since no one else is asking the question I assume they all know what you mean by this, but I have no freakin' clue. "Visit from bear"? Is that some sort of euphemism?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehod View Post
    Yeah, my "obvious joke that doesn't need making dar" has never worked very well.
    For what it's worth, I LOLed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald M. View Post
    Since no one else is asking the question I assume they all know what you mean by this, but I have no freakin' clue. "Visit from bear"? Is that some sort of euphemism?
    All I got is a gay joke/Street Fighter references. So I'm probably of no help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald M. View Post
    Since no one else is asking the question I assume they all know what you mean by this, but I have no freakin' clue. "Visit from bear"? Is that some sort of euphemism?
    No, not a euphemism.

    I figure Paradox will understand because we share similar pagan beliefs and can probably explain it better. Occasionally I will get a sense of an animal...well, spirit for no other better word, sometimes in a dream, sometimes waking, that acts as a messenger or represents that part of a person that is strongest at that moment. The place I go for massages plays nature sounds or indigenous music (not faux Celtic, new agey stuff), lights are subdued, its very conducive to just letting go and experiencing the massage. While she was working on my back my sense of her changed from a human to a bear, not in a negative way, no claws or anything but a strong, caring, powerful bear.

    It sounds weird I know, and I find it hard to explain but it was quite interesting.
    What have I always believed? That, on the whole, and by and large, if a person lived properly, not according to what any priests said, but according to what seemed decent and honest inside, then it would, at the end, more or less, turn out ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puma View Post
    No, not a euphemism.

    I figure Paradox will understand because we share similar pagan beliefs and can probably explain it better. Occasionally I will get a sense of an animal...well, spirit for no other better word, sometimes in a dream, sometimes waking, that acts as a messenger or represents that part of a person that is strongest at that moment. The place I go for massages plays nature sounds or indigenous music (not faux Celtic, new agey stuff), lights are subdued, its very conducive to just letting go and experiencing the massage. While she was working on my back my sense of her changed from a human to a bear, not in a negative way, no claws or anything but a strong, caring, powerful bear.

    It sounds weird I know, and I find it hard to explain but it was quite interesting.
    That is interesting. A momma bear is a positive image for me.

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    you're a pre-historian aren't you, Puma? Over on the sacred aboriginal thingy thread , we were wondering if there was a known cause for the apparent lack of Stone Circles in the East and South-East of England, Google isn't yielding much so far.
    'Authorities say the phony Pope can be recognized by his high-top sneakers and incredibly foul mouth.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winslow View Post
    That is interesting. A momma bear is a positive image for me.
    when I got home I checked some of my books and in many cultures the bear symbolizes medicine and health so that was an interesting find, the bear is so often symbolized as physical power and strength that I never got the medicine connection til last night.
    What have I always believed? That, on the whole, and by and large, if a person lived properly, not according to what any priests said, but according to what seemed decent and honest inside, then it would, at the end, more or less, turn out ok.

    "In 1996, I was 36. And you're still a frothing moonbat." ~Paradox

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    Just had an odd phone call. It was a guy I went to school with who I see now and then because he's a local pharmacist. His wife is also my youngest son's English teacher.

    Apparently they want me to run for the local school board against the sitting chairman of the board. I know that there are a large number of teachers who are not happy with the current board or the current Superintendent. And I've seen a significant decline in the quality of the school district since my kids started school 11 years ago. I've actually thought about it at times, so the idea that there are people who want me to do it and there'd be support is pretty encouraging.

    On the other hand it would be time consuming as hell. And I know and get along with the guy I'd be running against, even if I think he's doing a pretty lousy job. His wife and my wife are friends. So there's that to consider.

    So the family and I are going to sit down and discuss it this weekend and decide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Clarkie View Post
    you're a pre-historian aren't you, Puma? Over on the sacred aboriginal thingy thread , we were wondering if there was a known cause for the apparent lack of Stone Circles in the East and South-East of England, Google isn't yielding much so far.
    That was my original training. I'm trying to remember about henges and dolmens. There are a number of dolmens in that region but the primary building material in the East and Southeast would be wood, which doesn't hold up well unless it is in a bog or, like the image you posted, underwater. Stonehenge is on the border of stone construction and it has always attracted attention with the having to bring the building materials from a far region; it also, nearby, has the remnants of a wood henge so it is a nice blend of the two styles.
    What have I always believed? That, on the whole, and by and large, if a person lived properly, not according to what any priests said, but according to what seemed decent and honest inside, then it would, at the end, more or less, turn out ok.

    "In 1996, I was 36. And you're still a frothing moonbat." ~Paradox

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