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  1. Thread: Love

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    Hormonally generated love being that which you...

    Hormonally generated love being that which you feel maybe when cuddling or making out in bed, and an hour later when your eating dinner or doing some event or whatever, is nowhere on your mind. Yes...
  2. Thread: Love

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    probably depends on one's personality as much as...

    probably depends on one's personality as much as one's age (and one should accept their basic personality). But probably is more likely in youth just because everything is more intense then.
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    It's not a lack of empathy. Some people have...

    It's not a lack of empathy. Some people have untreatable depression and that is why they kill themselves. The thread was about increases maybe due to issues in rural America, lack of opportunities...
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    oh yea like the seascape

    oh yea like the seascape
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    my philosophy of art uh ... I got most of my art...

    my philosophy of art uh ... I got most of my art at the thrifts :) (it's getting lucky, most times you won't, pickings slim) I also bought a photo from an artist I saw locally at an art fair as...
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    Fox news and the like has permanently rotted some...

    Fox news and the like has permanently rotted some people's brains it seems.

    I suppose when you have to defend the indefensible (especially with Trump) it leads to all kinds of strange mental...
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    One has a right to commit suicide, unequivocally,...

    One has a right to commit suicide, unequivocally, but it doesn't mean it's ok if social conditions are DRIVING people to suicide. It was only one's choice in circumstances that were made impossible...
  8. People eat yogurt and cheese and so on because...

    People eat yogurt and cheese and so on because they have problems digesting milk though (well cheese also happens to be really tasty). Whole cultures do this actually, most of the Mediterranean, and...
  9. it's not hard to find domestically produced grass...

    it's not hard to find domestically produced grass fed meat, the farmer's market if nothing else (but actually at some stores as well). Most grass fed meat I have seen is actually NOT from abroad. I...
  10. CO2 is the tricky one because it depends on what...

    CO2 is the tricky one because it depends on what type of carnivore and what type of vegetarian one is, what one's diet actually looks like. These are averages. It seems eating red meat has the...
  11. worse removing restrictions on methane emissions,...

    worse removing restrictions on methane emissions, which there is more and more evidence is greatly contributing to climate change. Opening up of vast public land to extraction, logging etc. People...
  12. depends on if one's sees climate and the ability...

    depends on if one's sees climate and the ability of the atmosphere and ocean etc. to absorb CO2 as the first and most complete hard limit we'll hit. And I don't know. Hard limit for what? Well for...
  13. of course it's right. To a broad degree anyway,...

    of course it's right. To a broad degree anyway, maybe not to nitpicking some take it, but obviously so. Certain populations can digest lactose for instance, other can't. Some populations seem to...
  14. Just trying to see stuff as utility now, not...

    Just trying to see stuff as utility now, not novelty. So for clothes the utility is: obviously to cover one's nakeed, to provide protection from the elements, but also if they are quite worn they...
  15. I did become more depressed as a vegetarian, I...

    I did become more depressed as a vegetarian, I guess you could say I'm often a bit dysthymic anyway, but this was more than that, it was full-blown depression, which I actually have a fair amount of...
  16. I don't prefer super masculine men or men who...

    I don't prefer super masculine men or men who aspire to be so. they are the suck to date. I just want a man at home in his own skin and at home with his own anima (yea a woman is probably better...
  17. true about sustainable. I think people don't...

    true about sustainable. I think people don't know how to deal with it, how to process it. Well climate activists have chosen their stance (go down fighting, rage against the dying of the light no...
  18. No. I don't eat processed food if I can help it....

    No. I don't eat processed food if I can help it. I last stepped into a fast food place over 20 years ago. Ok, pizza I have rarely.

    The Beyond Meat folks probably think it's beneficial for the...
  19. Yes greatly, discussions of this in this society...

    Yes greatly, discussions of this in this society (this social climate haha) tend to turn into ridiculous purity tests though: "you don't do this, and you do that", and finger wave, for what are...
  20. Mediterranean food is good in general with...

    Mediterranean food is good in general with vegetables. So if you ever got into cooking again, good Med books out there, I recommend "The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook" by Nancy Harmon Jenkins...
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    tip: if someone starts talking about virtue...

    tip: if someone starts talking about virtue signaling ignore the rest of what they are saying, people who use meaningless terms aren't worth engaging. Now there are terms with meaning: hypocrisy,...
  22. Maybe there's never really going to be collapse...

    Maybe there's never really going to be collapse from that. From environmental problems yes but not that. Maybe there would be an economic collapse if we STOPPED issuing debt. It may not be for...
  23. It's a matter of efficiency also and electric...

    It's a matter of efficiency also and electric cars are more efficient:
    https://www.theguardian.com/football/ng-interactive/2017/dec/25/how-green-are-electric-cars
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    A few things like hobbies might add something, I...

    A few things like hobbies might add something, I expect with most things (not talking basic needs of course) if forced to live without them by economic necessity one would find they don't really add...
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    Funny how a thread on what you don't need has...

    Funny how a thread on what you don't need has turned into a thread on collectibles :)

    I think a year of precarity and a year of unemployment neither of which I could exactly spend freely in, has...
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