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    I'm not sure I ever saw that episode, but I'm...

    I'm not sure I ever saw that episode, but I'm very happy my eyesight still allows me to read without glasses...
  2. Thread: Happy equinox

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    Let's hope this equinox brings all good things!

    Let's hope this equinox brings all good things!
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    I think the person who is most serious about not...

    I think the person who is most serious about not reproducing should get snipped. And that could be both partners. I was never willing to let someone else have that level of control over me.
  4. They really strike me as brothers from another...

    They really strike me as brothers from another mother--weird hairdos, pouty little mouths, portly builds, demanding absolute fealty, reckless posturing...I'm surprised Kim doesn't tweet. He'd be a...
  5. I agree in principle. "Dotard" was such an apt...

    I agree in principle. "Dotard" was such an apt characterization, though...:devil:
  6. Some things are better left unsaid (publicly, by...

    Some things are better left unsaid (publicly, by adults in responsible positions).
    Kim Jong Un's response was pretty good. "Dotard." Perfect characterization.
  7. I've read several places that food sensitivities...

    I've read several places that food sensitivities play into rosacea--wheat particularly.
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    I haven't heard that, and wonder about the...

    I haven't heard that, and wonder about the supposed mechanism. I Googled this, and found there was a slight association with a very rare disease:
    Finally, the characteristics of the PPA cohort seem...
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    It's surprising to me that 1) intelligent women...

    It's surprising to me that 1) intelligent women would give that book more than a glance, 2) they would admit it, 3) they found it a turn on, etc. etc.
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    Yikes! It never occurred to me to read that. I'm...

    Yikes! It never occurred to me to read that. I'm amazed that anyone did; its reputation (poorly written, plot-free, etc.) proceeded it. Your experience surprises me.
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    She sounds lovely--Epidemiology! I used to...

    She sounds lovely--Epidemiology! I used to subscribe to the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, hoping to spot trends...I'm sorry it didn't work out.
  12. Trump is tweeting, in this case, to bait Kim Jong...

    Trump is tweeting, in this case, to bait Kim Jong Un. And the fate of thousands of people are riding on the Korean leader's not taking the bait.
    I was no fan at all of George W Bush, but his antics...
  13. Exactly. It's just a pissing contest between two...

    Exactly. It's just a pissing contest between two swaggering egomaniac children.
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    Trying to figure out how that works...:idea:

    Trying to figure out how that works...:idea:
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    Veterinary medicine's apparently chasing the...

    Veterinary medicine's apparently chasing the profit train now. Just like getting human prescriptions from Canada is considered "too risky." now ordering pet meds is
    "dangerous." Dangerous to the...
  16. There's a progression, of course. I'm sure he's...

    There's a progression, of course. I'm sure he's well aware of what will follow if he decides to fire off a nuclear warhead. If not, let him try it. Or do you think we should lob a pre-emptive strike...
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    I understand Japan is working on some pretty...

    I understand Japan is working on some pretty realistic robots.
  18. North Korea has been lobbing missiles since at...

    North Korea has been lobbing missiles since at least 1993. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-pacific-15278612

    Sanctions are fine, but bellicose chest beating from our side is not. If Kim Jong Un...
  19. I'm sure any one of a number of humans having...

    I'm sure any one of a number of humans having even a nodding acquaintance with statecraft and/or diplomacy could come up with a better speech than that cretinous clod did. Or maybe he'd just like to...
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    Or overseas--I imagine there are women who would...

    Or overseas--I imagine there are women who would put up with a constrained life for a green card.
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    Try Amazon.

    Try Amazon.
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    My SO wouldn't consider himself a minimalist, but...

    My SO wouldn't consider himself a minimalist, but he's owned his condo for thirty-some years, and he doesn't have any living room furniture. I visit and have to sit on the bed. It's never occurred to...
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    I remembered it a couple of hours after I...

    I remembered it a couple of hours after I posted--without having to look it up, which I did the last time I forgot it. Progress!
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    The house would be too small for me, but I assume...

    The house would be too small for me, but I assume you could expand it if you found it so. The location sounds pretty good. Go with your instincts.
  25. I rambled all over my tiny beach community at a...

    I rambled all over my tiny beach community at a tender age; never had any trouble. Of course, I was accompanied by my dog--a very protective Doberman. I'm pretty dismayed that children these days are...
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