Kiss Me (I'm Creepy Uncle "Bidey") by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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My bet, Joe's got a particular demographic of the voting masses that do particularly like his style... NAMBLA, lol.

REVERSE WARRANT FOR CELL SITE LOCATION INFO RESULTS IN WRONG MAN BEING JAILED by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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what caps? The quoted material is bold, and italics, for attribution.

I don't think I've ever felt a true connection with another person. by Zombi in whatever

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My personal conflicts? I simply accept my own internal dichotomy; as a singularity. It's okay to like, and dislike at the same time.
Thinking about it like this, then adding in time, and you can somewhat end up with a sine wave; likes, and dislikes; loves, and hates then become opposing cycles of the same forward motion movement.

I'm not trying to solve anything, as I don't know that there's anything to fix. As long as I know me, and learn to accept me, I don't need to compare my life to the next guy's, or be what the tv tells me to be.....put all that towards abortion, or any other topic, and it's okay to have conflict; it's your subconscious just helping you reach decision.

Wholesome. by Mnemonic in whatever

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Good read.

I don't think I've ever felt a true connection with another person. by Zombi in whatever

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I struggle with this so much as I get older. I just don't know what I can do to understand the person I am any more, you know? How do I know when I've comprehended myself fully? Will I ever? There's been times when I've thought I've known who I was, but I always end up doing something (sometimes a good thing, sometimes a bad thing) that shows I'm capable of much more than I knew.

Sometimes I'm in a situation where I have thoughts/feelings that contradict eachother. How can I say I know anything about myself when I don't even know how to feel? It all just gets so confusing and the deeper I think about myself and my wants/needs/thoughts/past actions the more "lost" I get. It doesn't help that revealing those parts of me, the parts that may help others get to know me better, feels somehow so vulnerable. Maybe that's my issue? Maybe I'm afraid of being taken advantage of by letting others in?

I think Mnemonic has some wise words. As to what I quoted of you, I've had similar thoughts. As to knowing myself, and my own feelings, that's tough; as I do feel strongly.

I look for the merit of what I'm feeling; I mean a 'feeling' is just a signal to the brain; interpretation, and ranking of that signal is a function of reasoning; the stickler though, you need critical thinking skills(seriously not being mean, but most people? LOL) to beneficially interpret said signal.

To do that, I realize an emotion can be caused chemically; am I feeling one way, or another based off of something ingested, or not, or am I feeling this way because of a biological influence?

Another thing I do is look for someone near me now, in some way artificially influencing the way I think I feel? People are drawn to example, some people cannot do anything, but mimic others; so it's always good to know, or ask oneself, is someone influencing how I feel right now? Other people's thoughts, and emotions must be accounted for.

What I wrote above are part of what I use 'in the moment', but at the same time, a lot of self reflection is necessary to realize who you are, and what you want out of life in order to aid in determining what emotions really are 'us', or to 'us'. A great deal of that self reflection is learning 'it's okay to be you', as you are all that really should matter; introspectively.

Honestly having that said, it's nothing to be ashamed of, most people never learn to interpret emotion as a separate function to who they are cognitively.

This is especially true in our modern society where thought is discouraged, but it's encouraged to proverbially, as long as approved by the establishment, to wear your emotions on your 'shirtsleeve'.

Specifically regarding love, to myself, it is a working partnership; I've got your back, you've got mine; through thick, and thin; if betrayed, it's on you as I can, and do stick with the plan.

I just want 2 fit in by useless_aether in funny

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just act the part of a clown, and presto! :)

"Permanent Adolescence: The Epidemic That Will Destroy America" by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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QUOTE: "In terms of cognitive activity AED is characterized by exaggeration and over-simplification. If you are angry with one of your parents you might refer to them as a Nazi or Fascist. This negative attitude now is extended to anyone who disagrees with you and can be seen in slogans such as “No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA”. Adults are an endangered species. The cognitive effect of exaggeration and over-simplification leads to irrationality and confusion. Witness the millions of people who think they are being anti-racist by opposing “White Supremacy”. No anthropologist on earth would claim that “White” is a race (although a Neo-Nazi would) It’s not even a primary color. The Irish were discriminated against for more than a hundred years in America due to Anglo-Saxon racism yet the Irish are considered “white”. There are millions of Americans of German, Polish, and Scandinavian extraction who have been working-class and lower for a very long time. Are these “white people” guilty of supremacy? Against whom? Themselves?"

"Of course, what the protestors should be focusing on is class and not race which is really an arbitrary term. Unfortunately, the progressive movement in America has gone from “Occupy Wall street” to “occupy the public bathroom”. Lenin would be turning over in his grave - if he had one. With regard to alcohol and drug addiction in America, the statistics are startling. Opiod addiction alone is becoming a national health issue as is depression. Alcohol abuse, of course, is also quite high. Lying is also becoming commonplace. It used to be just politicians and lawyers who were known to “play with the truth”. Nowadays the mainstream media is widely seen as a mainstream of lies with CNN now wearing the title of FAKE NEWS."

Great Read; very eloquent, and to the point. I've noted many taking particular offense to the idea of personal responsibility; which is literally asinine, as at the end of the day; we really do have to look after ourselves; the alternative is prison, hospital, or a nursing home; yet personal responsibility 'isn't fair', lol

REVERSE WARRANT FOR CELL SITE LOCATION INFO RESULTS IN WRONG MAN BEING JAILED by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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QUOTE: " Reverse warrants are the new regular warrants. Ever since law enforcement discovered most Americans carry tracking devices with them 24/7, they've been approaching cellphone providers with warrants targeting geographic areas rather than people. When a crime has been committed but cops don't have any suspects, they ask Google and others to canvass the area for them. Officers hand providers a geofence and ask for everyone who wandered into the selected area during a certain timeframe. Once cops have everyone, they start looking for someone."

Remember this the next time you turn off your 'location'; it's still tracking you. We live in the day, and age where by the 'can't live without it' tech, has 2 purposes, the consumer gizmo you always wanted, and the ultimate utility to the 1984 surveillance state.

Couple’s DIY Luxury Campervan Conversion Only Cost $12K by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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QUOTE: "Check out a video tour of their full DIY conversion below. In the video, they explain that the entire build cost around $12,000"

also -->>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlg89GHwVyg

We just bought a 1993 e350 shuttle bus. It get's 18mpg, and we paid a grand; it needs the thermastat replaced, and front brakes, but all else good. I'm posting as I like the set up, and am paying attention to the bathroom setup; not sure about this, or perhaps a composting toilet set up.

hi, i'm a slut by sawboss in videos

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hmmm, sammich?

This is what propaganda looks like: Men and Women Can't Be "Just Friends" by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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"Can heterosexual men and women ever be “just friends”?

But it was a real study!!!! Never mind controlled parameters.....muhahahaha

Simultaneous Notre Dame/Al-Aqsa Fires: Coincidence or Conspiracy? by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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Don't know.

Simultaneous Notre Dame/Al-Aqsa Fires: Coincidence or Conspiracy? by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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Swedish Journalist Caught on Social Media Celebrating Notre Dame Fire https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/04/19/swedish-journalist-social-media-celebrating-notre-dame-fire/

Simultaneous Notre Dame/Al-Aqsa Fires: Coincidence or Conspiracy? by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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QUOTE: "One may reasonably ask: What would be the perpetrators’ purpose in torching Notre Dame and al-Aqsa at the same time? Doesn’t such brazenness effectively tip their hand? Indeed it does; that seems to be the point. As US Army Intelligence officer Captain Eric May repeatedly pointed out before his untimely demise, and as SK Bain eloquently explains in The Most Dangerous Book in the World, the Zio-satanic-freemasonic criminals “tag” their work in the same way that small-time gang-bangers do. But instead of spraying graffiti, the big-time gangsters use symbols and foreshadowing, including “predictive programming.” Jason Wilcox explains: “In 1977, an article by Vincent Salandria entitled ‘The Design of the Warren Report to Fall to Pieces‘ was published. It suggested that the Kennedy assassination was a ‘transparent conspiracy,’ that is, a conspiracy hidden in plain sight. Clues were left behind, as if they wanted us to know.” According to May, Wilcox, and others, elite criminals “tag” their work not only as a boast, and a signal to their colleagues, but also to inculcate learned helplessness in the population: “We can do it right out in the open, in your face, and you can’t do anything to stop us.” And so the message of the simultaneous fires would have been: “We can burn down Notre Dame in plain sight. Al-Aqsa is next.”"

Simultaneous Notre Dame/Al-Aqsa Fires: Coincidence or Conspiracy? by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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QUOTE: "If indeed we have just witnessed simultaneous arson attacks on the Christian and Islamic world’s most iconic buildings, the logical suspects would be people who hate those two great schools of universal monotheism in general, and universal monotheism’s messiah Jesus in particular. (Islam and Christianity agree that Jesus is the messiah, revering him and his mother the virgin Mary; while Judaism despises Jesus as a bastard and his mother as a whore. Obviously the Jewish “Messiah,” then, will be the Antichrist.) Anti-universal-monotheism ideologies, which might be termed the ideologies of Antichrist, include atheism, Satanism, humanism, materialism, and at least some varieties of Judaism. Extremist believers in these ideologies have long colluded to wage covert war against Christianity and Islam under the banner of freemasonry."

"The last time French churches were under this kind of attack was during the Illuminati-driven French Revolution. Is something similar happening now? Was it just a coincidence that Paris’s other great historic church, St. Sulpice, burst into flames on March 17, less than a month before the blaze at Notre Dame? And how about the hundreds of other French churches that are being attacked on a daily basis? 875 French churches were vandalized in 2018 in a wave of organized terrorism by “radical secularists or anti-religion groups” according to French civil rights activist Ellen Fatini, quoted in Newsweek. Meanwhile Satanists and other anti-religion ideologues, not white nationalists, are burning American churches too. Holden Matthews, a Satanic music cultist recently arrested for burning historic black churches in Louisiana, is just the latest example. "

It's a long read, but it pieces together some very interesting information. I was particularly shocked towards the bottom of the article by the photo of the bus, and caption on the side.

Any ways, I'm open to discuss, debate, or perhaps do some collaboratively thinking.

If I moved a bunch of my valuable shit out of my house a few days before it somehow accidentally burned down, law enforcement and my insurance company would be suspicious, I think. by Jesus in conspiracy

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http://www.unz.com/kbarrett/simultaneous-notre-dame-al-aqsa-fires-coincidence-or-conspiracy/

"On 15 April 2019, around 18:45 CEST, fires simultaneously broke out in the Christian and Islamic world’s greatest iconic monuments, Notre Dame cathedral and the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. The Notre Dame fire did the most damage and grabbed headlines."

This is what propaganda looks like: Men and Women Can't Be "Just Friends" by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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yup, well stated.

Local media has a way with words. by poestal in firearms

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Makes sense; The Brave New World, also needs brave new language patterns.

I just watched the CBS Evening News; they covered Trump, and his impeachment; never mind as of yet, there are no charges, and the people wanting to charge him, literally hate him by way of partisan politics... It's 'news'....

They then went into how Joe Biden is officially running, and how awesome he is, and how everyone loves Uncle Joe; not a mention, or visual of any of his groping activity. I mean the guy is a creeper; so much video of little girls, or even grown women uncomfortable with how he touches them, yet, "he didn't know, he's just a feely touchy sort of guy"...<<<---bull biscuits.