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Jeff Matthews

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  1. I plan to buy whatever I need.  I'm not looking to fit existing equipment.


    My laptop is Windows.  It would be great to be able to set up playlists and play them.


    I don't know what's what beyond CD players.  I'm out of touch.

  2. There is a checkbox for poll-only content in the vicinity of the poll title on my Android Mobile view.  When I went to set up a new poll, it was unchecked by default.  Did you check it?


    I'm not sure if that is the key or not.

  3. 1 minute ago, Bubo said:

    With or Without deworming, the weed currently sold to the public is something like 50x more potent than the weed of the 80s popularized in every movie etc.


    It is so powerful that it is more like a hard drug, leaving people comatose or immobilized. Definitely not the sweet smelling stuff that made you hungry and sedate.


    Which begs the question, why ?



    Because they could.


  4. Just now, Zen Traveler said:

    What's with you guys and Ivermectin? I think the medical advice on this thread is OT, but it seems a nice ale with weed would be the better alternative. Heck, weed and a cold bottle of water may be the best thing to enjoy your Klipsch speakers. Dunno, but I'm pretty sure Ivermectin has NO influence in making ANY speaker sound better. That's my take. 


    No.  Weed without ivermectin only cures cancer.  Haven't you heard?

  5. 2 hours ago, Bubo said:

    Thomas Paine's Common Sense sold 120,000 copies to a population of three million—the equivalent of ten million copies in the 1990s. Noah Webster's Spelling Bee sold five million copies to a population of less than twenty million in 1818. Walter Scott's novels sold the same number between 1813 and 1823—the equivalent of sixty million copies in the 1990s. James Fenimore Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans also sold millions of copies.


    4.9 billion views:



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  6. It's a big world out there.  Find ways to help people (not necessarily for free), and your social credit score will rise.


    I like YouTube.  It has been a boon to the Age of Information.  Censorship is not always good, but it's not always bad. 


    For example, there are things I'd like schools to censor when it comes to teaching kids about sex.  

  7. It is kind of interesting because YT and other social media can be useful for cult leaders to convince people to drink Kool Aid.  


    There are myriad claims out there, like horse deworming medicine curing cancer, etc.  I haven't checked, but it wouldn't surprise me to find advocates for drinking Mercury.


    Should large companies be required to host such people?

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  8. 8 minutes ago, RealMarkDeneen said:

    Are they? Only two weeks ago, the Fifth Circuit just unanimously affirmed (Louisiana) Judge Doughty’s injunction against the White House, CDC, FBI, and others. Just ten days ago, the FDA issued yet another EUA for yet another jab when there was no "declared emergency."  


    There's still a lot more to lose on the table.




    I am not aware of any further coercive action to require additional shots.  

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  9. Interesting conversation.  The 2 points that jump out at me regarding censorship involved (1) trying to shut down claims made that injecting or drinking some kind of bleach (or pool cleanser, or something  - I forget) protected people from Coronavirus, and (2) trying to hush critics of the vaccine because the vaccine program was too important to allow anyone to create skepticism and fear.


    This thread might not last long, but IMO, our comments aren't really all that controversial.  These points are long outdated, and I don't think people really care that much anymore.


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  10. 12 hours ago, Zen Traveler said:

    Google and our Government are separate entities.  See below for one example: 


    Is a lawsuit proof of extrication of a relation, or is it a manifestation of intimidation leading to a revelation about the power of our nation?

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  11. In mid October, I plan to fly to Vegas, rent a car, drive through Yosemite to the West Coast, and drive up the West Coast to Seattle - mostly along Highway 1.  I'll probably return through Idaho and Utah, back down to Vegas.


    Where are the best sites along the way, and how much time should I allow for them?  The whole excursion will be around 10 days to 2 weeks.

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  12. 20 hours ago, the real Duke Spinner said:

    Non Profit ..Does not actually mean No Profit

    It's just that Profit is not distributed To Stock Holders


    Not distributed to them in certain ways.  Trips around the world are A-OK, provided they are "business-related."  There is room for perks galore.

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  13. 2 hours ago, RealMarkDeneen said:


    That works for a lot of people, for sure. Some, however, go back to much higher calories when the "diet is over" - -after they lose X pounds. The hazard is they may gain it all back.


    Alternatively, if you make a PERMANENT change to how you eat, and you eat a Ketogenic diet, you really don't have to count calories much. And you will lose weight very fast down to your "natural weight," which will be a BMI of about 20-24.

    Eating meat and fat allows the organs to immediately signal the brain when you are "Full". The satiety signal works perfectly with protein and fat. It works much less well with carbohydrates which overwhelm the signaling system. And once you stay in the Keto mode, you won't get hungry between meals. You can easily go 24 hours between meals. 


    The DOWN side is that for many people adjusting to Keto is very difficult. For some it is impossible.


    Anyway, just a thought.

    Do you eat fruits and vegetables?

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