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    In my book planting trees and then getting them...

    In my book planting trees and then getting them established in a new soil is no small effort. I’d take a photo and maybe even a small branch to the nursery and see if they will replace the tree at...
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    I thought Fargo, season 3 was great. Many not as...

    I thought Fargo, season 3 was great. Many not as good as the first two, the same bleak and small town setting, but a new and different story about the struggle between good and evil. Classic Cohen...
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    Alan, in your "no economic system" how do you see...

    Alan, in your "no economic system" how do you see businesses or startup enterprise acquiring capital? Would there be banks or a form of lending institutions, corporations, venture capital, or stock...
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    I think capitalism and representative democracy...

    I think capitalism and representative democracy are just fine in a restricted or more pure form. People have been looking for ways to play the system for so long, maybe centuries, that it has gotten...
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    Yes, I thought it might be the start of a more...

    Yes, I thought it might be the start of a more interesting discussion.
  6. I juiced for a short time and the whole ordeal...

    I juiced for a short time and the whole ordeal was more effort than I was willing to give it. My sampling of information floating around was that it was no magical practice, but I can see it making...
  7. Thread: CBD oil

    by Rogar
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    My instructions were to administer CBD oil...

    My instructions were to administer CBD oil sublingually and to hold it under the tongue for several seconds before swallowing. The taste is slightly offensive.
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    Does being divine mean the acceptance of a...

    Does being divine mean the acceptance of a supreme being? Then not for an atheist and since my concept of God is not anthropomorphic maybe not for me. I think it might be divinely inspired with a...
  9. Thread: CBD oil

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    There is an urban farm in my area that grows hemp...

    There is an urban farm in my area that grows hemp and processes it into CBD oil. I've talked with the owner and her help and have some confidence in their CBD extraction process so purchased a...
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    I probably don't rate very high of the common...

    I probably don't rate very high of the common Christian scale, but I'll tell you what I think. The Bible and especially the old testament has contradictions, errors, and things about people that...
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    UL, I think the common belief of most modern...

    UL, I think the common belief of most modern Christian is that many of the Old Testament laws were fulfilled or replaced by the coming of the Messiah. You could do your own search of topic and get...
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    I'm not an atheist, but don't think of God as an...

    I'm not an atheist, but don't think of God as an entity, but as a life force or form of energy that embodies what we label as goodness or love within the constraints of human language and...
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    My little google search says about 10% of...

    My little google search says about 10% of Americans think they will see the end times in their life time. My favorite was "biblical references to climate change and end times". It seems to me like...
  14. If that is the case it would be nice to cut back...

    If that is the case it would be nice to cut back on government farm subsidies to people who do not need them.

    My small sample size of farmers and ranchers is they are asset rich, maybe land rich...
  15. Shockingly saintly. I suspect evil people...

    Shockingly saintly. I suspect evil people manipulate their answers, though.
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    That's a great looking garden, CA. Some obvious...

    That's a great looking garden, CA. Some obvious effort and imagination. I'd think you will get a large harvest! I noticed the owl decoy in the lower left corner of the third photo. Does that...
  17. Indeed. The first Noble Truth of Buddhism -...

    Indeed. The first Noble Truth of Buddhism - suffering exists. (In the end we will all be be worm food.)
  18. Light has no meaning without darkness. I go...

    Light has no meaning without darkness.

    I go with the old parable of the two wolves, one evil and one good. They are both within us and always fighting. The one that wins is the one you feed.
  19. So the price of corn and soybeans is dropping...

    So the price of corn and soybeans is dropping somewhat precipitously and in the mean time tariffs on steel or whatever else will make farm equipment more expensive and it costs more to borrow from...
  20. Although it should have seemed obvious, I had to...

    Although it should have seemed obvious, I had to read it somewhere to catch on. Tariffs go straight to the government coffer. This will be a huge cash cow. Another big element in Ts big economic...
  21. Thread: Pruitt is out...

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    I suspect Pruitt's future as a politician might...

    I suspect Pruitt's future as a politician might be limited by his ethics violations. I predict he will become a lobbyist.
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    Pruitt seemed to operate under a cloak of...

    Pruitt seemed to operate under a cloak of secrecy. Maybe his replacement will at least be a little more open about the things he is trying to mess up. Maybe.
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    Seems like we get overloaded with polls these...

    Seems like we get overloaded with polls these days and I'm not sure how valid they all are. I think it was the same or similar poll that said something like 90% of Republicans view Trump favorably. ...
  24. In my neighborhood the problem would be finding...

    In my neighborhood the problem would be finding teenagers willing to do that sort of work.
  25. Things seem to be gradually slipping away, but...

    Things seem to be gradually slipping away, but one of my favorite things is the large areas of public land out here in the west. Of course the National Park system is a jewel, but we also have...
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