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This is me, Castro Valley, summer 2017. I'm clean shaven now, guess I should update pic at some point.

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BEER! Happy International Beer Day!
Druvius comments on Aug 3, 2018:
Any good IPA. Skol!
Good Kitty.
Druvius comments on Aug 3, 2018:
Yeah, had a whole damn yard perfect for their business ... I'd come home and all three would be waiting on the deck with their paws crossed waiting to rush in and use the litter box. Sigh.
Apologies if this is a repost (I did look back a ways) but it makes me giggle every time. :-)
Druvius comments on Aug 3, 2018:
Lol. Reminded me of this.
The Bermuda Triangle: A Breeding Ground for Rogue Waves or a Pit of Human Mistakes?
Druvius comments on Aug 3, 2018:
I find it annoying that a completely made up "mystery" is given any sort of serious attention.
This was a few years back, another amazing metal detector find in the UK.
Druvius comments on Aug 2, 2018:
Yeah, one could get lucky in the US and find gold jewelry. 2 millenia old jewelry or coins, damned unlikely. A few silver coins, a silver ring, and the odd old bullet, tool, or toy. My coolest find to date is the sideplate/hammer from an early 19th century caplock rifle.
I get so excited when finds like this surface.
Druvius comments on Aug 2, 2018:
Wonderful find. And the UK has treasure trove laws, unlike the US, so wonderful finds like this get shared with the world instead of being sold on the black market.
Cats really are clever you know! The man in this video is deaf and he has taught his cat the sign ...
Druvius comments on Aug 1, 2018:
They are apex predators, one of the most highly evolved animals, and by some measures second only to humans as the most sucessful animal ever. Plus they have the closest to a human brain among non primates. The ultimate ambush predator. Go cats.
Why do tv aerials not attract lightning strikes?
Druvius comments on Jul 30, 2018:
They do, a properly installed one is grounded for lightning strike.
139 House Democrats Join GOP to Approve $717 Billion in Military Spending [commondreams.
Druvius comments on Jul 29, 2018:
I'd say attacking Iran is so brain dead stupid it won't happen. But "smart" Obama attacked Syria and Libya, turning them into terrorist recruiting grounds for decades, so all bets are off with Trump.
This is a conversation I would look forward to if they knocked on my door. Ha ha
Druvius comments on Jul 28, 2018:
Lol, stealing.
Knock Knock !!!
Druvius comments on Jul 27, 2018:
Yerp, kitty knows how to deal with that .... ;)
Oh yesssss ... indeed. Sad?
Druvius comments on Jul 26, 2018:
The imperial presidency has been growing in power since Nixon, Obama was a genius at normalizing many of the most horrible aspects of it. Trump is a symptom, not a cause.
Our chat room is now open 24/7.
Druvius comments on Jul 26, 2018:
And eschew obsfucation. ;)
Studies reveal cell phones.. [youtu.be]
Druvius comments on Jul 26, 2018:
She neglects to mention that the effects found were miniscule, there's been no increase in human cancers correlating with the enormous increase in cell phone use the past few decades, and no one has yet even found a mechanism by which non-ionizing radiation could damage living tissue. Basically the risk of cancer from your cell phone is negligible. The comparison to tobacco is where one knows she is going to go off the rails. While the tobacco industry denied the health effects, the massive rise in lung cancer and emphysema caused by cigarettes was raising alarm bells in the medical community by the thirties. Decades after the explosion in cell phone use there has been no corresponding spike in any health effect possibly caused by them.
Radioactive Traces from the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Found in California Wine [livescience.com]
Druvius comments on Jul 24, 2018:
Modern science is amazing, they are detecting miniscule amounts. Sadly some people will be freaking about this.
Antepenultimate - the third-from-last in a series.
Druvius comments on Jul 23, 2018:
Preantipenultimate is even better. :)
A nice take on an annoying bit of Christian glurge:
Druvius comments on Jul 23, 2018:
1500 tours of duty, still laughing.
Selective gun excision.
Druvius comments on Jul 23, 2018:
Drones firing x-ray lasers. The technology isn't here yet, but maybe someday. Pretty much a mechanical problem, the guns chamber has to be physically compromised.
What If You Detonated a Nuclear Bomb In The Marianas Trench?
Druvius comments on Jul 22, 2018:
Not surprised, it's basically the equivalent of an underground test. Unless you are too close, no big deal.
Is Putin’s Rule a Dictatorship?
Druvius comments on Jul 22, 2018:
Even absolute dictators need bases of support, in some ways they have to be more concerned about popularity than leaders who only have to be concerned near elections. Unfortunately most people don't understand that.
Roman hot tub found: [bbc.com]
Druvius comments on Jul 21, 2018:
Upper class Romans lived well indeed. Ordinary Roman citizens, well, still pretty good compared to mostvof the world at the time. The slaves, well, not so good.
Pictures related to the Moon landing!
Druvius comments on Jul 21, 2018:
49 years ago, I remember it.
This likely would have avoided the shit storm we're in.
Druvius comments on Jul 20, 2018:
And we're in the mess were in because Clinton ran an arrogant uninspired campaign and was unable to lead her party to victory over Trump and his clown car campaign. If she had climbed down from her entitled high horse and reached out to Sander's supporters after she had the nomination, she'd be the one picking out White House silverware patterns now. Instead she haughtily insisted they vote for her or else.
This likely would have avoided the shit storm we're in.
Druvius comments on Jul 20, 2018:
The reasonable argument against this is that it's prima facie unconstitutional.
If you were given 1,000 acres of land that you didn't have to pay taxes on but couldn't sell, what ...
Druvius comments on Jul 20, 2018:
Cat sanctuary.
God, guns, and gays: Russia's road map to conquering the Republican Party
Druvius comments on Jul 19, 2018:
I'm not enjoying living in a new McCarthyism era. I hope it blows over soon.
Rudyard Kipling's 'If' poem scrubbed off wall by students who claim he was a 'racist'
Druvius comments on Jul 19, 2018:
I would be dismayed if school administators decorated my student union building with racist grafitti. They replaced it with something more attuned to their sensebilities. Good for them.
Russiagate Is Like 9/11, Except It’s Made Of Pure Narrative [caitlinjohnstone.com]
Druvius comments on Jul 18, 2018:
Yerp, Trump has been harder on Russia than Obama. Wouldn't know that watching CNN.
Day care provider who hanged toddler sentenced to probation - CBS News 8 - San Diego, CA News ...
Druvius comments on Jul 18, 2018:
There was no murder, and the woman clearly had serious mental issues.
Just found this.
Druvius comments on Jul 16, 2018:
Yeah, it's becoming clear that people were doing clever things long before they started building cities. Not terribly surprising, they were modern humans just as smart as anyone today.
This is very interesting.
Druvius comments on Jul 16, 2018:
This guy isn't an archeologist. He's just another Von Danikan clone laughing all the way to the bank.
Do you consider Barack Obama a Super Hero?
Druvius comments on Jul 15, 2018:
And then he bailed out the people who caused the crash with taxpayer dollars, the largest upwards transfer of wealth in history. A reverse Robin Hood, some super hero.
Woman Dies After Trusting "Black Salve" Fake Cancer Cure Over Real Medicine
Druvius comments on Jul 15, 2018:
Agree. There is no such thing as alternative medicine. There's modern medical science, and there's people selling snake oil and worthless treatments.
Archaeologist please form analysis and argument. [youtube.com]
Druvius comments on Jul 14, 2018:
Well, the problem is that there is nothing about the pyramid's construction that archeologists see any need to ascribe to anything other than human ingenuity and engineering. There's other logical problems with the ancient aliens hypothesis too. They managed to do all this without leaving a single artifact? And there are all sorts of knowledge they could have imparted that would have left unmistakeable evidence, but they didn't. Basically to buy into the alien hypothesis requires all sorts of confirmation bias and special pleading. If any new evidence ever comes to light, I will gladly examine it when the time comes. Also, as a codicil, ancient aliens is at the core a racist theory. The implication is these brown people couldn't have figured all this out on their own. It's the modern version of the Atlantis theory, which was blatantly racist.
5,300 Years Ago, Ötzi the Iceman Died. Now We Know His Last Meal.
Druvius comments on Jul 12, 2018:
Hmm, or he got into an argument during his last meal. :)
Just read 2 boys on Thai soccer team have been rescued.
Druvius comments on Jul 8, 2018:
Yeah, nice to see good news for a change.
I felt these needed to be shared here. Meow.
Druvius comments on Jul 5, 2018:
:) http://fatcatart.com/gallery/?lang=en
‘Father of Global Warming’ Scientist Finally Admits Theory Is Wrong [yournewswire.com]
Druvius comments on Jul 5, 2018:
Presumably this was posted as a joke.
To catch a predator The policeman who was arrested! This kind of thing pisses me off more than ...
Druvius comments on Jul 4, 2018:
Nope, ten years probation and lifetime registered sex offender.
Former US Envoy to Moscow Calls Intelligence Report on Alleged Interference ‘Politically ...
Druvius comments on Jul 4, 2018:
The "Russia interfered in the election" never passed the laugh test, but believed without question by tens of millions. Proof we have reached full Fox News saturation where the entire mainstream media is simply a propaganda organ. In the USSR they had to shoot reporters to get them to do this, and most Russians knew what was on the news was propaganda. In the USA now the mainstream media enthusiastically toes the line, and the population eats it up. Scary times.
It Would Take 200,000 Years at Light Speed to Cross the Milky Way [space.com]
Druvius comments on Jul 3, 2018:
Well, to observers outside the ship 200,000 years would pass at near light speed, travel at light speed is impossible. Only fractions of a second would pass on the ship though.
Meatier shower
Druvius comments on Jul 3, 2018:
Lol. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/406309197613648978/
Aliens: Are we alone?
Druvius comments on Jul 3, 2018:
I suspect intelligence such as our is an evolutionary dead end, or so extremely unlikely that we may be alone. SETI has explored a number of promising avenues for decades and come up with less than nothing. At what point does absence of evidence become evidence of absence? I suspect we're getting close.
Depraved Sociopath Bill Kristol Very Excited About Recent Iran Developments ...
Druvius comments on Jul 1, 2018:
Bad link posted, but found it here. https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2018/07/01/depraved-sociopath-bill-kristol-very-excited-about-recent-iran-developments/
Medical board puts infamous doc on probation for toddler vaccine exemption | Ars Technica
Druvius comments on Jun 30, 2018:
There's a special place in hell for anti-vaxxers.
I'm truly ashamed of what is taking place in this country right now.
Druvius comments on Jun 29, 2018:
Anyone who was shocked at Trump's win needed to re-examine their own assumptions and perspectives. That so few did pretty much is the root of why Clinton lost. And why Trump may get re-elected. :(
How $1.
Druvius comments on Jun 29, 2018:
The focus on insignificant foreign spending is to distract us from the massive influence wielded by domestic actors.
You may; Hate. Despise. Ridicule. Mock. But he's doing what he said he'd do if elected:
Druvius comments on Jun 27, 2018:
He has broken all six populist promises: 1. Negotiate prescription prices for Medicare saving Americans $300 billion a year. Nope. 2. Raise taxes on the rich, including himself. Nope. 3. Renegotiate NAFTA. Nope. 4. Replace Obamacare with something better. Nope. 5. Infrastructure spending. Nope. 6. Drain the swamp. Nope, biggest swamp filler since Reagan. Not sure what promises you are talking about, but the promises that would actually help the working class ... big fat screw you from Trump.
Did you know that in Islamic law, a parent who kills a child suffers no penalty?
Druvius comments on Jun 26, 2018:
Some Muslims might argue that I suppose, but even a modest googling shows that killing your children is absolutely forbidden under most interpretations of Islamic law.
[cracked.com] Interesting article. Still processing. I've read it twice. I'm reading it again.
Druvius comments on Jun 26, 2018:
I would largely agree. I moved from Berkeley to rural Iowa partly because of how dismissive coastal liberals have become about the flyover states. Most of my current town are Trump voters, they are just normal human beings who voted for Trump because they know they've been getting screwed for decades, and Clinton promised more of the same. It still surprises me (it shouldn't) how often I meet a coastal liberal who insists anyone who voted for Trump is a knuckle-dragging racist idiot. Yes, there are those, but most Trump voters are just hard working decent people.
UK Conservative government proposes tax increases on workers to fund National Health Service ...
Druvius comments on Jun 26, 2018:
Yeah, our current system where health care is a profit generator for big corporations us a disaster. All they want to do is maximize costs and minimize care. If you get rid of them and go to single payer the profits go back to the doctors and hospitals. And the ones that provide the best care will get more customers ... and profit. But to do that the big corporations who are just acting as uneeded middle men need to be cut out. Hard to see that happining while the big coporations basically own Washington. It's a national disgrace.
I'm the next Jesus, not in a deity sense, but like the evolutionary progression of humanity.
Druvius comments on Jun 25, 2018:
Me first! lol.
Jared Kushner, who doesn’t like reading history books, says he has a new Middle East peace plan ...
Druvius comments on Jun 24, 2018:
The sad thing is it wouldn't really take much. If the Palestinians were offered a viable independent state on the West Bank, an apology of some sort for the Nakba, and guaranteed access (Like an international zone) to the Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem, it would do the trick. Would it end terrorism overnight, of course not. But it would give the vast majority of Palestinians more than they ever dreamed of, and every incentive to forge peace with Israel. Alas Israel has never offered anything resembling that, and is unlikely to do so as long as the US gives them unqualified support.
Jared Kushner, who doesn’t like reading history books, says he has a new Middle East peace plan ...
Druvius comments on Jun 24, 2018:
Well, until we hear the details, I will reserve judgment. I would be surprised if it was anything the Palestinians would support though.
UFO’s, science, and religion
Druvius comments on Jun 24, 2018:
If we do ever find hard proof of an alien intelligence, it will depend on the religious leader. Most religions won't have any trouble with the idea. The Holy Rollers and such will ascribe them to Satan I guess. Then there's this: https://www.smbc-comics.com/comic/2008-11-24
Do you think that one day humans will travel to another galaxy ?
Druvius comments on Jun 23, 2018:
If civilization survives and technology continues to advance, it's entirely possible. If one can build a spaceship capable of constant 1g acceleration, and that's just an engineering problem, humans could explore the universe in a human lifetime. The catch is ... a lifetime for people on the ship. Relativity means that billions of years will pass outside the ship, so if the travelers returned to Earth billions of years will have passed. One way trip basically.
Koko the gorilla that used sign language has died, she was 46 and died in her sleep.
Druvius comments on Jun 23, 2018:
A little, but not much. 35-40 in wild, 50 or more in captivity. And while she was great for gorilla publicity, the idea that she "mastered" sign language is misleading at best. She knew a lot of symbols and was adept at communicating with them, but she, nor any animal has ever shown any ability to comprehend grammar, IE string words together to make sentences. Why humans quickly master this and nothing else does is still not understood.
Five Worrisome Trends in Healthcare | Medpage Today
Druvius comments on Jun 23, 2018:
Not to mention that life expectancy is dropping in the US now, if that isn't an indication something is rotten in the state of Denmark, I don't know what is.
Trumpland - no, no, nothing like 1930s Germany. Well, just a bit... [theguardian.com]
Druvius comments on Jun 23, 2018:
Yeah, I thought comparisons to the Nazis were overboard for a long time. I'm starting to worry that things could get a lot darker in the next decade.
I keep hearing things like, all these women couldn't have possibly dealt with sexual harassment.
Druvius comments on Jun 22, 2018:
Most men think of women as less than human. We have a long way to go still.
My ex's house burned down last month.
Druvius comments on Jun 21, 2018:
No, you're normal in this respect.
Man eats own leg
Druvius comments on Jun 21, 2018:
I heard about this, skipped any pics cause it is a bit macabre. I'd probably take a pass, intellectually whatevs, but trying long pig isn't on my bucket list.
Koko is dead, RIP Koko.
Druvius comments on Jun 21, 2018:
Here's the science: http://skepdic.com/essays/apinglanguage.html
Sometimes I feel like I've woken up in an alternate universe.
Druvius comments on Jun 21, 2018:
This explains it:
I find it curious that so many conflicting reports were used to explain the discovery of fossil ...
Druvius comments on Jun 21, 2018:
They aren't a threat to scholars, because no such finds have ever been made. Nineteenth century reports are all fabrications. If such are ever found by science, they would be studied, not hidden. Oddly enough, mastodon skeletons superficially resemble a giant "human" skeleton, and their skulls if viewed from the wrong way superficially ressemble a one eyed "human" skull. It's been conjectured such discoveries by the ancients are the origin of giant/cyclops myths. There's even a case where ancient Greeks carefully interred a skeleton of a mammoth as a "human" burial.
Except they called it an escalator.
Druvius comments on Jun 20, 2018:
Although they can break, there have been some horrific accidents as a result.
Except they called it an escalator.
Druvius comments on Jun 19, 2018:
In terms of passenger trips, most used form of mass transit in the US. :)
When is it OK for white people to use the n-word? [patreon.com]
Druvius comments on Jun 17, 2018:
On the one hand a little dismayed by the fact that some commented without reading. On the other, glad everyone said "never," because yes, that's what the post was about. :)
Does anyone feel better now that Trump claims to have "solved the problem" of North Korea?
Druvius comments on Jun 15, 2018:
He didn't block progress on the issue, which is what every president since Truman has done. Let's hope he keeps it up, this is a situation which has festered too long. The Koreans and the Chinese get the lion's share of the credit, but if the war is ended Trump prancing around with a Nobel Prize is a small price to pay.
Inscribed seventh-century window ledge unearthed at Tintagel Find adds to view that Cornish ...
Druvius comments on Jun 15, 2018:
Love stuff like this. Wonder if the scribe ever dreamed his writing might have survived tha Ages.
Ancient Aliens.
Druvius comments on Jun 15, 2018:
Unfortunately that show plays fast and loose with the truth, outright lying about some things and omitting key things that disprove their conjectures. Entertaining though, I saw the Peruvian Stargate episode and was intrigued. Intrigued enough to do further research ... https://unitedcats.wordpress.com/2012/03/14/the-peruvian-stargate-la-puerta-de-hayu-marka/
Just found this, and had to share: "Further asserting the independent thinking of the state, Vermont...
Druvius comments on Jun 14, 2018:
http://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/why-vermont-declared-war-on-nazi-germany-months-before-pearl-harbor/
In the back of my mind.
Druvius comments on Jun 13, 2018:
Their military is designed for defense, so not sure what would be the point of that.
Woman Sues NASA Over Vial of Moon Dust She Says Gifted by Neil Armstrong ...
Druvius comments on Jun 12, 2018:
Don't know the specifics, but do know from prior readings that in the years after the first landing a lot of lunar material was handed out for PR purposes more or less willy nilly. So it's entirely possible that her case has merit, IE the sample might well have been given to her legitimately at the time. NASA only much later started trying to reclaim all the Lunar material returned from the Moon.
The North Korean Dictator Brought His Own Personal Port O Potty With Him to Singapore.
Druvius comments on Jun 11, 2018:
A reasonable worry. Dictators have to be ultra paranoid, because people are out to get them.
Noah's ark
Druvius comments on Jun 11, 2018:
Yeah, it's a story that requires multiple layers of special pleading to take literally. A wooden ship that size would break up in normal waters, so God had to have strengthened it somehow. And no one else had a boat? And no evidence of a global flood, they'd figured that one out by 1830. Biblical literalists are unfazed by facts sadly.
NASA is sending Helicopter to Mars!! Smart or Silly? Thunderf00t [youtube.com]
Druvius comments on Jun 11, 2018:
Why would it be silly? Being able to explore local terrain via helicopter will make directing rovers to promising locations much more efficient.
HI guys! Im new to this site and I wonder how many of you guys are leftists or socialist?
Druvius comments on Jun 11, 2018:
I'm a realist, I take a dim view of ideology and religion.
The material that makes up a neutron star is it a solid or a liquid or something in between?
Druvius comments on Jun 10, 2018:
I would guess that neutron stars are such an exotic state of matter that the usual categories don't really apply.
I had seen this before and maybe some of you have seen this video as well.
Druvius comments on Jun 9, 2018:
Meh. He's right, we can't talk to chimps or any other animal. That's because somewhere in that 1.5% difference is the ability to tell the difference between "Man bites dog" and "Dog bites man." If other animals had language, we would most definitely talk to them. And while Niel might not wonder what worms and other animals are thinking, plenty of scientists and lay people are. He's a smart guy, but these are sophomoric speculations.
"President" tRump was in my country today, I can't wait to see the reports on how he made an ass of ...
Druvius comments on Jun 8, 2018:
Could you keep him? We can pay!
So NASA found organic material on Mars.
Druvius comments on Jun 8, 2018:
Well, there's certainly a good chance there's life hiding under surface, even if just microbes. The Mars 2020 mission will have even better instruments. What an exciting time to be alive. :)
Do you care or worry or get embarrassed if your pets see you naked?
Druvius comments on Jun 7, 2018:
No. At a neighborhood meeting once a neighbor complained that our cat would watch her undress through her skylight! She was really upset about it. Like wtf, did she think the cat was telling us what she saw? lol.
Methane, maybe?
Druvius comments on Jun 6, 2018:
They detected methane on Mars long ago, so there must be more to it than that.
Could you stay isolated for five days in total isolation as an asocial experiment?
Druvius comments on Jun 6, 2018:
I've done so on solo camping trips many times, easy.
Drowning is not the only danger when getting Baptized: [yahoo.com]
Druvius comments on Jun 5, 2018:
Yeah, it's stuff like this that shows the transcendent absurdity of a personal God playing a role in our daily lives. You'd think lightning rods would have done the trick, but peeps still fall for it.
The latest, at lrast what I could find, on the new recovety efforts at the Antikythera wreck site.
Druvius comments on Jun 5, 2018:
It's pretty clear from the Antikythera mechanism that there is a lost body of knowledge from the Classical Age. Other gears have been found in other archeological sites, this is just the only case we have where a relatively intact mechanism has been found. The Tower of the Winds in the Acropolis displayed a 24 clock for example. Makes me wonder.
You and your kid are at the fair waiting in a long line.
Druvius comments on Jun 5, 2018:
They might have every reason to cut in line, the child might be disabled in some non obvious way that makes standing in line a hardship. Unless you know for sure they are cheating, MYODB.
Everyone should read this book
Druvius comments on Jun 5, 2018:
Mike Adams is a con artist selling snake oil. https://theness.com/neurologicablog/index.php/lectin-the-new-food-bogeyman/
My mother's side of the family has been Canadians.
Druvius comments on Jun 4, 2018:
I have ancestors who were run out of Mass for the same ... supporting their legal government. :)
I used to think that religion was one of the biggest problems in the world.
Druvius comments on Jun 3, 2018:
Politics and greed are much worse. Religion is just a vehicle for evil people, but most religious people are just people.
Why is it easier to accept someone is gay than it is to accept someone isn't interested in sex?
Druvius comments on Jun 3, 2018:
There's nothing wrong with you, lots of people are asexual. Our culture just has all sorts of stereotypes we are supposed to meet. Times are changing though.
Precursors to human behaviour ? ://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religious_behavior_in_animals
Druvius comments on Jun 3, 2018:
It was all just speculation. Chimps do have a sense of fairness if that's what is meant by moral agency. My suspicion is that higher functions like spiritualism follow language, they don't precede it. Primates definitely do not have language though, that is limited to humans. And it's still an evolutionary mystery how we acquired it.
After we have calculated all of the nationally determined commitments (NDCs) in the Paris Agreement,...
Druvius comments on Jun 3, 2018:
For all practical purposes we have set our planet's climate on an unstoppable path that is going make our planet increasingly inhospitable to humans. We're not really an intelligent species.
I am fascinated by how far back in our human history archetypal stories go.
Druvius comments on Jun 2, 2018:
Unfortunately in modern times there has been all sorts of cultural cross contamination. An eighteenth or nineteenth century traveller could easily have shared the Celtic wren story with an aborigine and it was promptly incorporated into their mythology. I do agree it's a fascinating topic and there is certainly much to be learned from native tales.
He escaped the eruption just to be killed by a falling boulder. [iflscience.com]
Druvius comments on May 29, 2018:
Hoping they will eventually discover another carbonized library there someday. We can read the scrolls now. So much ancient literature has been lost.
Roxy Music - My Only Love (HQ) - YouTube
Druvius comments on May 26, 2018:
Agreed. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fUSci4L3MWY
Can You Make Up for Lost Sleep on the Weekend? [livescience.com]
Druvius comments on May 26, 2018:
Interesting, and shows how complex life is. Yes, you can at least to some degree make up for lost sleep. Still, bottom line, you're better off getting a good night's sleep every night.
Would you guys like to reply to the ammosexual trolls, I can ask Admin to not remove their posts, ...
Druvius comments on May 26, 2018:
Our last one deleted his post.
Is The Handmaids Tale possible?
Druvius comments on May 25, 2018:
Yes. That being said, even should the USA become a Evangelical dictatorship, the similarities to The Handmaid's Tale would be pretty superficial. The future is known to no one.

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