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Memes R Us
2 hours ago2h

Posted by bookofmorons
Probably a purebred Santos
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Liberal/Progressive Party
4 hours ago4h

Posted by glennlab
We still have enough weapons just in Russia and the US to totally fuck up life as we know it. With more players in the field, we have a growing number of more aggressive actors. Where do you see the most volatile nuclear fires able to erupt? ...
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Posts
4 hours ago4h

Posted by glennlab
Do you think that there would be open carry in heaven if there were a heaven or would all those people be headed elsewhere?
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Liberal/Progressive Party
4 hours ago4h

Posted by glennlab
When did people start checking their brains at the doors?
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Memes R Us
4 hours ago4h

Posted by glennlab
The stupid is so hard to unpack.
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Memes R Us
5 hours ago5h

Posted by OldMetalHead
Did you catch that new Kevin Sorbo movie on Cruciflix?
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FreeThinkers
6 hours ago6h

Posted by Diogenes
If there is a governing force behind Nature; it is time for that force to be applied to all this impossible, unbelievable, evil. How can all this evil exist?
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Posts
10 hours ago10h

Posted by Mcfluwster
For certainty seekers .... A THREE minute video
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Posts
23 hours ago23h

Posted by glennlab
Who is getting upset about cartoon candies having gender and being animated?
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Posts
23 hours ago23h

Posted by glennlab
Some companies will go to any length to keep from paying for what they get
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Posts
23 hours ago23h

Posted by HankHunter13
Same Difference
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Memes R Us
1 day ago1d

Posted by glennlab
In reality, I think we all are.
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Liberal/Progressive Party
1 day ago1d

Posted by glennlab
There is a difference and I prefer to err on the side of compassion and not punishment and denial of service.
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Liberal/Progressive Party
1 day ago1d

Posted by glennlab
How deep does the hypocrisy go?
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Feline Fanatics
1 day ago1d

Posted by Appleriver
That look you get on you face when you reach between the cushions for the remote and feel something squishy
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World Music
1 day ago1d

Posted by Marionville
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Another one for Rabbie Burns on his birthday…and a song with very fond memories for me. A Rosebud By My Early Walk was written by Burns in 1787 and dedicated to Miss Jean Cruikshank who was the daughter of the Latin ...
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Memes R Us
1 day ago1d

Posted by EyesThatSmile
Such is life!
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Feline Fanatics
1 day ago1d

Posted by RobertNappi2
Wednesday morning cuteness
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Cheesy Jokes
1 day ago1d

Posted by Zealandia
Interviewer: “Tell us a little something about yourself…” Candidate: “I’d rather not, I really want this job.”
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World Music
1 day ago1d

Posted by RhondaShotwell
I've heard this song before, and really like it, but had no idea who it was. George Ezra - Budapest
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Memes R Us
1 day ago1d

Posted by OldMetalHead
I honestly laughed out loud at this one.
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Freedom from Religion Foundation
1 day ago1d

Posted by Robecology
I only have a vague recall of who "Frederick the Great" was; but he was quoted as saying this; Here's the Wiki link on him if you want to know more;
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handcrafters , fine artists, photographers, or other things of beauty
1 day ago1d

Posted by Gwendolyn2018
Latest castle quilt--a small one for a couch or a child. I have about four tops needing to be quilted, but I keep getting distracted by ideas for new tops.
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Posts
1 day ago1d

Posted by Killtheskyfairy
Unfinished explanation!
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Feline Fanatics
1 day ago1d

Posted by Killtheskyfairy
Impulsive…??
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Posts
2 days ago2d

Posted by glennlab
If you've ever gone to lunch on Sunday afternoon, you know this is true.
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Posts
2 days ago2d

Posted by glennlab
Thank goodness for small favors.
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Gun Control Now
2 days ago2d

Posted by SeaGreenEyez
LINKMonterey Park Shooting is the 33rd Mass Shooting of 2023 | Time
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Gun Control Now
2 days ago2d

Posted by SeaGreenEyez
LINKLIVE: At least 18 dead in 3 days in a brutal wave of gun violence in California | NPR
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Widow(er)/life partner/significant other
2 days ago2d

Posted by bookofmorons
So first serious relationship since my wife died just got thrown under the bus . . . . How do i start up that hill again - sigh
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World Music
2 days ago2d

Posted by Marionville
Tomorrow, 25th January will be the day Scots wherever they live in the world will celebrate the birth in 1759 of our National bard - Robert Burns. Burns, born in Alloway, Ayrshire was a tenant- farmer’s son and never forgot his roots or the ...
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World Music
2 days ago2d

Posted by jackjr
I really love the Alexander McCall Smith books as there is so much African and Scottish information. Just read about this and had to look into it. An old Scottish song ‘The Parting Glass.’ IO sent this before but lost connection ...
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Memes R Us
2 days ago2d

Posted by Moravian
Very true words
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Liberal/Progressive Party
2 days ago2d

Posted by johnnyrobish
MAGA Lawyer Brags about Coordinating 2021 ‘Supply Chain Crisis’ GOP Blamed on Biden While speaking at Michael Flynn's “ReAwaken America Tour,” MAGA QAnon Scientologist and lawyer Leigh Dundas bragged about how she coordinated and ...
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Cheesy Jokes
2 days ago2d

Posted by Zealandia
I think my job interview to be a bug sorter went well. I boxed all the right ticks.
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Documentaries you should see
2 days ago2d

Posted by BDair
The Media Matrix | Full Documentary
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Memes R Us
3 days ago3d

Posted by OldMetalHead
I'm assuming this ad campaign wasn't that successful
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World Music
3 days ago3d

Posted by RhondaShotwell
It seems like the song cuts off a few seconds at the end, but it's a nice duet. Eros Ramazzotti Cosas del la Vida (Can't Stop Thinking of You)
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Freedom from Religion Foundation
3 days ago3d

Posted by Robecology
Found another good one by Bertrand Russell
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World Music
3 days ago3d

Posted by Marionville
Today is the anniversary of the death of American classical composer Samuel Barber who died on this day in 1982. His Adagio for Strings is probably his best known and most popular work. Here it’s performed by The Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, ...
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