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    Yesterday, 09:39 PM
    Reminds me of that injun from F-Troop.
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    Yesterday, 08:25 PM
    Indiana's legislature hasn't made PMs legal tender yet though, AFAIK.
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    Yesterday, 08:17 PM
    Uncle oyarde should visit this summer. His coinage should go quite far here. :D And the injun reservations sell plenty of trinkets. The Grand Canyon gift shop ain't too shabby...
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    Yesterday, 08:14 PM
    https://lewrockwell.com/2017/05/no_author/another-ron-paul-victory/ Phoenix, AZ — The latest massive price increases in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum have boosted the credibility of investors who criticize the fiat currency system. Unfortunately, precious metals haven’t followed in crypto’s footsteps yet, and heavy losses over the last few years have led many people to write off the asset class altogether. Owning things like gold and silver in the United States has either been outlawed or stigmatized since the Great Depression, but recently, real progress has been made towards once again recognizing them as legal tender. In anticipation of the growing problems with the national debt, individual states across the country are seizing the opportunity to protect themselves and their citizens from financial repression. Twenty states have already eliminated sales taxes on precious metals transactions, but some are taking it even further. The most recent bill was H.B. 2014 in Arizona, which classifies U.S.-minted coins as a form of currency and even eliminates capital gains taxes on qualified precious metals. These kinds of simple actions directly threaten the power of the U.S. Federal Reserve, and any competition to the U.S. dollar undermines the central bank’s longstanding monopoly. Representatives in Arizona worked on this legislation for years, and thanks to the support of people like Ron Paul, there was enough pressure on the governor to sign it into law. Dr. Paul explained why this bill is so crucial for the future: “HB 2014 is a very important and timely piece of legislation. The Federal Reserve’s failure to reignite the economy with record-low interest rates since the last crash is a sign that we may soon see the dollar’s collapse. It is therefore imperative that the law protect people’s right to use alternatives to what may soon be virtually worthless Federal Reserve Notes.” “We ought not to tax money, and that’s a good idea. It makes no sense to tax money,” Paul told state senators in March. “Paper is not money, it’s a substitute for money and it’s fraud.” Utah was the first to implement this new policy of empowering state governments against reckless federal incompetence when they passed H.B. 317 in 2011. This bill not only recognized coins as a form of money and eliminated taxes on them, but it also encouraged the state to study how it might establish an entirely new system of legal tender if needed. Each state that stands up and refuses to be condemned to bankruptcy by the bloated bureaucrats in D.C. puts additional pressure on this failing paper Ponzi scheme. Only when enough people recognize the destructive road we’re heading down and demand a change will the federal government and banking institutions be forced to adapt. These growing pressures aren’t just manifesting domestically but can be seen developing around the world.
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    Yesterday, 06:37 PM
    ZPG? (zero population growth)
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    Yesterday, 04:25 PM
    Meh. I've actually had this myself lately. It's been a really bad year for allergies. :( IDK if she's lying, but it's plausible. Has she had allergy problems during speaking engagements in the past? If not, it's probably just a made up excuse.
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    Yesterday, 04:20 PM
    MOST POWER TOOLS AREN'T TOO HARD. THE BLADED ONES CAN BE-THE LARGER THE BLADE THE GREATER THE DIFFICULTY. START WITH THINGS LIKE CORDLESS DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS AND BELT/ROTATING SANDERS. YOU'LL BE AWESOME ONE DAY. :D
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    Yesterday, 03:17 PM
    IT'S OKAY. YOU CAN ANSWER MY QUESTION MONDAY. ~HUGS~
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    05-27-2017, 07:33 PM
    Suzanimal FORGOT TO ANSWER MY QUESTION^^ :( TOADY'S LIFESKILLS-FINDING THE ATMS FOR THE BANK I'M USING FOR MY JURY DUTY BIZNISS. BASICALLY I GET PAID TO READ COURT BRIEFS AND RENDER A VERDICT. I'M ALSO GOING TO USE THIS ACCOUNT FOR SMALL JOBS ON AMAZON AND SELLING STUFF IF I EVER GET TO THAT.
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    05-27-2017, 01:34 PM
    Pretty neat gig. :) I registered on Jury Matters toady to make a little extra cash during lunch hour and whatnot. And it's a convenient way to adjudicate like a boss. :toady:
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    05-26-2017, 10:48 PM
    I've heard a lot of good things about the new version of Fr. Damick's book. :) I plan on getting a copy ASAP. :cool:
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    05-26-2017, 10:46 PM
    I thought it was common knowledge Babylon Bee is satire. Sorry! :o:toady:
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    05-26-2017, 10:03 PM
    LOLz :D http://babylonbee.com/news/mainline-protestantism-declared-safe-space-offended-gospel/ LOUISVILLE, KY—While some college campuses have established safe spaces where the disenfranchised can avoid the pressures, biases, and judgement of the world, mainline Protestant denominations are taking it one step further. The entire umbrella group has now been designated a safe space for those who would otherwise be offended by the gospel, sources confirmed Wednesday. Speaking on behalf of a plethora of denominations including the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Episcopal Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and the United Methodist Church, a spokesperson issued the following statement: “We are in agreement that there is a great need for churches to rise up and create spaces that are safe for questioning and accepting our identities, doubts, fears, failures, and blatant sins. Effective immediately, we are declaring all mainline Protestant churches safe spaces, where there are no judgments, conviction, repentance, or gospel presentations whatsoever.” The statement listed elements that safe space churches should remove from their premises, including “crosses, Bibles, pulpits, organs, hymnals, systematic theologies, and sermons exhibiting any form of triggering micro-aggression. Be considerate.” Words like “sin,” “hell,” “death,” “wrath,” “propitiation,” and “substitutionary atonement” are also on the ban list. On behalf of all of mainline Protestantism, the spokesperson expressed heartfelt joy that they were able to make such a major step toward accepting—and not judging—anyone who may be on a path toward God’s judgment. “Our congregations are now spaces that are safe from the power of God in the gospel, where each person is free to construct their own narrative. That’s worthy of celebration.”
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    05-26-2017, 09:59 PM
    Aw, don't be jealous. There's plenty to go around and I'm not picky. Like I said in my free hugz thread, *free hugz for everybody!* :D I can tell you really need hugz. You're quite cranky toady. :( :/
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    05-26-2017, 04:30 PM
    :eek: wtf? Your tax dollars at work... Texas Teacher Gives ‘Most Likely To Become A Terrorist’ Award To 7th Grader The school principal promises an investigation will take place. By Ed Mazza
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    05-25-2017, 09:07 PM
    What do you think of seafood? During Lent I'm pretty much lacto-ovo vegan except for certain types of fish. #justcurious
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    05-24-2017, 07:22 PM
    tl;dr-Those traditions handed down to us from the apostles and the Church Fathers. :) y/w
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    05-24-2017, 06:29 PM
    Don't forget 2 Thessalonians 2:15, 1 Corinthians 11:2, etc, etc., btw. :) ~hugs~ (and of course the Ecumenical councils that assembled all those scriptures into a bible for you)
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    05-24-2017, 06:23 PM
    Indeed! :D ~hugs~
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    05-24-2017, 04:12 PM
    You have nailed the problem with Sola Sripturism and general Bible/Scripture-worship. It's always ultimately self-serving when done outside the disciplined context of Holy Tradition. One of the reasons I'm Orthodox. ~hugs~
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    05-24-2017, 01:12 AM
    Meh. I typically get better service and prices from Lyft.
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    05-22-2017, 05:04 PM
    IDK how to embed this, but these are handy little organization hacks/tricks y'all will find handy for crafts and around the house. :D https://www.facebook.com/FirstMediaBlossom/videos/10155361643304586/ I really like 'em! :D
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    05-22-2017, 02:07 PM
    LOLOLOL!!!! :D I thought it was quite well understood the social sciences are primarily bullshit and mental masturbation. Guess not. Glad the public gets reminders like this every once and again. :) Academic fraud and bullshit is HUGE in all the sciences because of the pressure to "publish or perish", but especially the social sciences.
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