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I've been trying to focus more on my breathing.  Thank you Tommy Angelo.

Even the ones of you I argue with, I love you all.  We have way more than enough in common, since we've each found our way here.  

The people that say divisive things do it for a motive.   Some are just insecure and attention seeking.  Which is bad of course.  But look out for the people that profit from causing division.

We're all better off together. 

I'm not sure if it's a fully formed theory yet, but trust the people at or less than your level of prosperity or lower.  And verify the fuck out of the people who think they're better than you are.  

Maybe it's an obvious conclusion from there but don't ever trust the billionaire owned media outfits to say anything that would go against that narrowest bit of people.

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33 minutes ago, A Horse Named Stranger said:

I am more surprised it weren't the Dutch. A lot of those sickos actually believe Heineken qualifies as a beer, and a drinkable one at that.

to a country raised on Carling, Carlsberg and Fosters, Heineken is pretty high end stuff. 

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This would be kinda hilarious if it wasn't so silly, filed by someone who is not a serious person.

https://www.rawstory.com/trump-sues-michael-cohen-500-million/

This too, about not serious persons:

Rupert Murdoch's family uses the HBO show Succession against each other

https://www.rawstory.com/rupert-murdoch-hbo-succession/

:rolleyes:
 

 

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Had to have an argument today with an idiot at trampoline Park that a child aged 5 Is not under 5.

Under 5s need a paying parent to accompany them. Just incredulous how long it took me to explain what 'under' means. 

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I have a new guilty pleasure: overpriced artisan croissants. Pistachio, blueberry mascarpone, hazelnut, crème brûlée, apple vanilla, raspberry almond, chocolate, I need to try them all. Some of these things cost up to 5-6 euros which is an absurd amount of money for this city and its average income. And someone financially rational surely cares enough to boycott that outrageous pricing by refusing to consume the croissants. Not me. Gotta have them all. If I get a favorable medical result, I celebrate with a croissant. If I get an unfavorable one, I comfort myself with a croissant. If I’m simply anxious about the lack of results, croissant to the rescue. As contradictory as it seems, I am actually watching my sugar intake in all this and cut out other added sugar sources to justify and enable the new found obsession. What else is there to say? 
Try artisan croissants. 

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Met a Karen in the wild for the first time. Got told off by someone because my kids ice creams were making her kids (we plonked ourselves down on the spare end of her table) want one and they couldn't have one. 

Fuck off lady. 

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