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DennisTheMenace » Today, 6:21 am » wrote: Kinda like Donald Trump. :die:  
 
yourself. Keep denying biology is the singularity source to numbers occupying time since inception of their DNA making food chain native to this atmosphere as ancestrally displaced now.

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B.See » 14 minutes ago » wrote: An interestingly informative read... 
No one thinks your spam is interesting.... nobody gives a ****... really... believe me....

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B.See » 40 minutes ago » wrote: Trump supporters exhibit greater cognitive rigidity and less interpersonal warmth than supporters of liberal candidates, study finds

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"Supporters of Democratic candidates tend to be less cognitively rigid and more interpersonally warm than Trump supporters, according to new research published in the Journal of Social and Political Psychology. This was found to be true even for supporters of left-wing Democratic candidates such as Bernie Sanders, suggesting that extreme liberals and extreme conservatives do not share similar psychological dispositions.

“There is an ongoing debate in psychology about whether liberals and conservatives fundamentally differ from each other (asymmetry), or whether both extreme liberals and conservatives are similar to each other on various psychological dimensions (symmetry),” explained study author Jake Womick, a postdoctoral research associate at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

 ... past work has shown cognitive rigidity and interpersonal coldness are linked to conservatism."

Hmmm.... might this be a long-winded way of saying conservatives generally have sticks up their bums.? Image  
 
 
Being honest within yourself doesn't allow others to make wishful thinking social policy of laws that order everyone to assume a social narrative life is more than biology sustained people living here now.

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Jantje_Smit » 7 minutes ago » wrote: I luv ancient aliens... most of it is nonsense but some things make you think and wonder... why can't there have been civilizations we know nothing about... all the stories of those ancient gods must have come from somewhere...

And what if aliens saw a cow.... what would they do with them... moo moo won't tell...

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leftist » Yesterday, 2:31 pm » wrote: You write insults to everybody on the forum. I cannot see you as anything but a hate troll.
...i'm pretty easy to figure out ....whereas you bidentards essentially produce  Image   what amounts to, 'democrat/liberal/left wing good/better, republican/conservative/right wing bad/worse' .... and the trumptards merely reverse this.... i merely state my opinion that you bidumptards tend towards being trifling [email protected] idiots, monetary ignoramuses, puppet critics, embarrassments to yourselves, stains on humanity, etc... 

...aren't i allowed my opinion too?    ;)  

 
 

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Jantje_Smit » Today, 6:55 am » wrote: Creativity is what makes things a reality if you believe them to be possible... like lamps, xmas trees... or origami... it's fun to do... regardless of modern reality...

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OK what was real, before intellectual realities took over?

So with all that grandeur of creativity promising better tomorrows to each ancestor ever lived so far, what is left since reality is mandatory or else as genetically alive now?

History of nobody knows why or how they each remain specifically eternally separated in plain sight.

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sootedupCyndi » 36 minutes ago » wrote: Everyone watches ancient Aliens. And all the civilizations that appear to have come and gone. Think even further back in time. Maybe the gods and all these creatures were real. Hercules etc?
why not.
What if a little green alien landed at the Brox zoo. And saw a giraffe?  What would he think. Look at that freaks neck. Image
I luv ancient aliens... most of it is nonsense but some things make you think and wonder... why can't there have been civilizations we know nothing about... all the stories of those ancient gods must have come from somewhere...

And what if aliens saw a cow.... what would they do with them... moo moo won't tell...

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ConsRule » 35 minutes ago » wrote: Or that demonrats are so **** stupid they will believe anything and blindly do as they are told.
Typical right winged denial of facts, science, etc. etc. etc. AS USUAL. Frankly, it's all getting rather BORING.
 
.................THE STRUGGLE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS ON MANY FRONTS IS FAR FROM OVER. IN FACT IT'S ONLY JUST BEGUN.

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An interestingly informative read, for all but the WILLFULLY DELUDED:

‘No More Crazies’: Trump’s Final Days In Office, As Documented By The Jan. 6 Committee

"One week before Jan. 6, Fox News host Sean Hannity was trying to make the White House see reason. 

Privately, Hannity urged calm. Publicly, he fanned the flames of the Big Lie that the 2020 election was stolen as much as anyone else, lending his show that night to Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), who further stoked claims that not only was the election stolen, but that Trump still had a viable path to hold on to power.

The Jan. 6 Committee’s investigation remains very much ongoing, and the information about its findings that has been released so far has been piecemeal, often coming in letters and subpoenas demanding information from a growing list of potential witnesses.

But the combination of texts, notes, and other records cited by the committee in these scattered revelations shed light on how Trump and those true believers around him grasped at anything they could that would legitimate objections to the count on Jan. 6."
 
.................THE STRUGGLE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS ON MANY FRONTS IS FAR FROM OVER. IN FACT IT'S ONLY JUST BEGUN.

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Blackvegetable » Yesterday, 1:09 pm » wrote: They're both ****..

But it IS funny.
...that reminds me...is there anyone left in the democrat party who 'get$ it?' [of course you'd have to first 'get it']

...kucinich, alan grayson, cynthia mckinney, jim traficant... 'got it' [somewhat] ....but 'they' got rid of them rather quickly, didn't they?   :ninja:  


 

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Neo » Yesterday, 1:01 pm » wrote: Seems you are a few Jews away from totally agreeing.  Image
...now this trumptard/desatantard has a sense of humor...     :clap:  
 



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FOS » Yesterday, 12:50 pm » wrote: my world view is actually a lot more sophisticated, and my knowledge has more depth, then you seem to be aware. But you also just never listen to me lol
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...i've tried repeatedly to get basic descriptions of your 'ideal governmental form'... who? what? how? etc.. and nothing...

..get real man...it may have been you or one of your lame soks who told me, 'that doesn't matter' when i asked how the money system would work in new hitlerville... new retardsville same as old retardsville... 

...again my problems with you are pretty simple...i want a society with a transparent government and egalitarian laws created with 'the consent of the governed'... where open honest vigorous debate/opposition is encouraged greatly and greatly valued.... whereas, as near as i can decipher, you/your sok want(s) a new hitlerville, pinhead(s)...   Image  

 
 

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sootedupCyndi » 21 Jan 2022, 10:08 am » wrote: The music is ok.
But by the looks of the guy.
He may have had a wild imagination.
He bugs me almost as much- as the Bee-Gees HAIR. Image
I wanted to post this song... but now that you mention it... I'm not sure about the hair of that guy....

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B.See » 40 minutes ago » wrote:
Hmmm.... might this be a long-winded way of saying conservatives generally have sticks up their bums.? Image
Or that demonrats are so **** stupid they will believe anything and blindly do as they are told.

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Jantje_Smit » 46 minutes ago » wrote: So Medusa wasn't that bad... it was all because of jealous gods... and it's always the women that are cursed and the men suffer because of it...

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Everyone watches ancient Aliens. And all the civilizations that appear to have come and gone. Think even further back in time. Maybe the gods and all these creatures were real. Hercules etc?
why not.
What if a little green alien landed at the Brox zoo. And saw a giraffe?  What would he think. Look at that freaks neck. :blink:  
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Trump supporters exhibit greater cognitive rigidity and less interpersonal warmth than supporters of liberal candidates, study finds

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"Supporters of Democratic candidates tend to be less cognitively rigid and more interpersonally warm than Trump supporters, according to new research published in the Journal of Social and Political Psychology. This was found to be true even for supporters of left-wing Democratic candidates such as Bernie Sanders, suggesting that extreme liberals and extreme conservatives do not share similar psychological dispositions.

“There is an ongoing debate in psychology about whether liberals and conservatives fundamentally differ from each other (asymmetry), or whether both extreme liberals and conservatives are similar to each other on various psychological dimensions (symmetry),” explained study author Jake Womick, a postdoctoral research associate at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

 ... past work has shown cognitive rigidity and interpersonal coldness are linked to conservatism."

Hmmm.... might this be a long-winded way of saying conservatives generally have sticks up their bums.? Image  
 
 
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sootedupCyndi » Today, 6:25 am » wrote: I kind of like Medusa.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9pr2Xxaagw
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So Medusa wasn't that bad... it was all because of jealous gods... and it's always the women that are cursed and the men suffer because of it...

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