Texas Governor PARDONS Daniel Perry, Man Who Was ARRESTED For Defending Himself by Captain_Codpiece in news

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"Imminent"? I think you have to look into the whole story. Maybe Perry was on edge and feared for his life even if Foster didn't threaten or point his gun at him. Maybe Perry's previous comments about shooting protesters had nothing to do with being quick to draw and shoot. The jury took 17 hours to consider all the evidence. It is sometimes hard to understand what evidence the jury was exposed to when reading a news article.

I Ran Into a Grizzly Bear this Morning While Walking my Dog in Montana’s Swan Mountains. by GuyWhite in whatever

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It can be reasonable for the World to equate the United States with Biden right now.

I Ran Into a Grizzly Bear this Morning While Walking my Dog in Montana’s Swan Mountains. by GuyWhite in whatever

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Xi's critics have likened him to Winnie The Pooh. I think that the comparison is banned/censored in China now.

Pilot wave theory by Canbot in science

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I have heard of the ether theory, but I do not understand it enough to ask questions.

Pilot wave theory by Canbot in science

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So, the theory is that each particle has its own wave? If the experiment with the oil and speaker vibration simulated this, could it be postulated that physical particles are just "droplets" from a larger source of material that is kept in the universe that we currently occupy? Where is this "vibration" that keeps our universe from collapsing? Interesting idea to think about. Thanks for posting.

Rare severe geomagnetic storm watch issued for first time in nearly 20 years amid "unusual" solar event by Musky in news

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I didn't see any last night but I went to bed fairly early. Maybe could have picked it up on a long exposure photo.

Trump Brags His Brain Worms Are Still Alive and Very Strong by Drewski in Satire

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He has the biggest brain worm that you have ever seen! It's huge!

Mine died due to starvation.

Rare severe geomagnetic storm watch issued for first time in nearly 20 years amid "unusual" solar event by Musky in news

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I heard reports that it was seen in Florida and southern Louisiana.

what would you use to judge the state of the economy? by revelation in AskSaidIt

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When people stop sending money and the job market is tighter. I have seen this since the first of April. I think we are in the last throes of the recession, what I would call a rolling recession because it has struck different sectors at different times over the past two years. I think this will last for another year, about 6-8 months after the U.S. Presidential election.

Boeing says workers skipped required tests on 787 but recorded work as completed by Myocarditis-Man in technology

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There is so much redundancy in an aircraft and so many inspections from inside and outside the manufacturer/airline or transport company/facility/FAA. That said, from what I have seen first hand with some of the people who work on these larger aircraft, I try to not think of them when I fly. Also, I think that Boeing got really slack with these rules because they have gotten away with being less strict over time and nothing happening. SHTF and now there are consequences.

U.S. Abrams tanks withdrawn from front in Ukraine. by Dune1032 in WorldNews

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Yeah. I meant that the Bradley is superior to anything in its class. My bad.

Better in some aspects, but does that mean better on this battlefield? Is it better to be in a machine with more chance of survivability during assault that can see the enemy before they can see you? Which areas do you compromise for the better advantage?

I think this comes down to how many does each side have and how they use them. Each has is advantages and each is capable given the training/experience of the crews.

/O/'s guide for some budget friendly used cars. I assume it's for the American market. I'll use this guide when I get myself a car. by gloomy_bear in Automotive

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The problem with the luxury cars is that wealthy people tend to sell them before the heavy maintenance/repairs start. When you buy a gently used luxury car, such as Mercedes and BMW, you are getting into the part of the lifecycle of throwing money at it to keep it on the road. Generally speaking, of course. Also, BMW has had the bad reputation for the timing chain problem the past 10 years or so.

Russians are looking forward to a "Khrushchev Thaw", after Vladimir Putin retires by jerryk in WorldNews

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As stated in previous comments some time ago, I have an associate who has dual Russian/Armenian citizenship and is somewhat understanding of the reasoning behind the invasion, even if he doesn't fully agree with it. His parents still live in Moscow. I also am a news junkie, sometimes to the detriment of my natural mental optimism. I see many news sources including official, trusted agencies, along with individual assessments. What is your source?

U.S. Abrams tanks withdrawn from front in Ukraine. by Dune1032 in WorldNews

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Like you said, the problem with the Abrams is that it needs massive logistical support. The Ukraine military is not set up for it. The U.S. has told Ukraine to keep the Abrams off the front lines, too. They didn't.

As far as adapting, there have been countermeasures, and then counter-counter-measures, and then counter-counter-countermeasures, and it will continue until wars end. We have recently seen both the Russian and Ukraine drone operators adapt to the ECM's designed to thwart them. The cages. wooden barriers, et al, are being surpassed with multiple drone strikes, with each drone having a specific purpose.

U.S. Abrams tanks withdrawn from front in Ukraine. by Dune1032 in WorldNews

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Like your other comment, the Bradley is an infantry support vehicle (although it has been used in armored combat to some effectiveness). It is superior to anything else on the battlefield in Ukraine and with Ukraine having the shortfall of troops compared to Russia, they need all the help they can get. They not only outgun and outmaneuver, but also keep the guys inside alive more often to fight another day.

Should public restrooms have shoe cleaning stations? by x0x7 in AskSaidIt

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When I stop seeing grown men walk out from a stall without washing their hands, then I may entertain the idea of keeping shoes clean. Maybe the door lock should be de-activated by 30 seconds of running water from the sink faucet.

Gizmo helping me garden by Musky in cats

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I thought Gizmo was solid black.

Russians are looking forward to a "Khrushchev Thaw", after Vladimir Putin retires by jerryk in WorldNews

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You have given reasoning behind your opinions but I find your last one hard to take seriously.

Meanwhile in Russia the army has so many volunteers that they almost don't know what to do with them.

Then why are they increasing the sign-on bonuses and reaching far out into the Russian-controlled territories (and beyond) to find recruits? My sources say that even in Moscow, men do not want to go to Ukraine because they know they will be thrown into the front lines in the classic Russian meat-grinder scenario. Throw bodies at the enemy until they run out of ammo.

U.S. Abrams tanks withdrawn from front in Ukraine. by Dune1032 in WorldNews

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Bradleys most certainly changed the course of the war. It's not always about firepower, either. This war is showing how all tanks are being defeated with drones. We're in a new era of warfare. Like u/Dune1032 stated, Ukraine is being used, in part, as a testing ground for old (and probably some new, un-reported) technologies for the U.S. with no official troop losses for the U.S.

Should I just leave the internet for good, and would I miss anything? by Polar64 in AskSaidIt

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Yes! It is being told what to think about (of an external, non0important source) instead of allowing your mind deciding what to think about (of what really should affect you).

Edward's Boat Trip: How it started vs how it's going by Musky in SaidIt

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https://saidit.net/user/Drewssam

A little more than that. BTW, I'm u/Zapped. I created this account to comment and post to keep separation between moderation and interaction.

The bombing of London by the nazis. by jacques1102 in whatever

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There were some pretty big events between those two moments in time, though.

Should I just leave the internet for good, and would I miss anything? by Polar64 in AskSaidIt

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I did that for a week and it was beneficial. It took a few days for my brain to get used to normal stimuli.

Should I just leave the internet for good, and would I miss anything? by Polar64 in AskSaidIt

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Sometimes you have to think of it as planting a seed. Somebody may find it useful but never respond, so you don't know how impactful you were.

Should I just leave the internet for good, and would I miss anything? by Polar64 in AskSaidIt

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Core exercises. Everything starts from the core, unless you have some kind of degenerative disorder.

Edward's Boat Trip: How it started vs how it's going by Musky in SaidIt

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It may be a spammer who also likes to troll around here, but Drewssam, for instance, is one of the biggest spammers here for weeks.

Edward's Boat Trip: How it started vs how it's going by Musky in SaidIt

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Some of those have been spamming this place for weeks.

The bombing of London by the nazis. by jacques1102 in whatever

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Churchill knew better because Chamberlain had already tried that.

This was a short dream but it woke me up by Musky in whatever

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Tell her that you think of her as a cat and it was her that you were saving. That will go well.

This was a short dream but it woke me up by Musky in whatever

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I'll try. You feel that you are not prepared for the unexpected emergency.

Russia would defeat the USA in a nuclear war by jau in whatever

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Fair enough, but this is the part where we widely disagree on the facts supporting your claims.

Russia would defeat the USA in a nuclear war by jau in whatever

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How does that make it ineffective?

Senate passes TikTok ban bill, sending it to President Biden’s desk by Drewski in technology

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Why wouldn't they lay sanctions against China or whoever is using it for "spying". What are the odds on when Saidit is a danger to national security and needs to be banned?

FTC bans most noncompete agreements between employers and workers by Drewski in business

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Noncompete contracts are not legal in most states anyway, unless it is about taking existing customers with you.

Why is prostitution banned but the president can openly solicit prostitutes and not go to jail? by elonmusk7 in AskSaidIt

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Nope. He was in trouble for lying under oath, but the Democrats diverted the news to the affair in the Oral Orifice to make it seem that the Republicans were going after him for that (and the public ate it up because it was so much more interesting). Before you accuse me of defending the Republicans, I do think that the Republican impeachment of Clinton is what made the political prosecution of Trump easier.

I saw it now you have to: sweater kittens by Musky in Boobs

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There is no way that is not AI generated.

Woman, 39, who glassed man after he guessed she was 43 spared jail (but women are not violent) by wylanderuk in TumblrInAction

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I am reading your comment about switching to metal mugs while in the background, a news report plays on my television about a middle-school student who used her Stanly mug to beat-down another student.

Tell me oh SAIDit! wise and noble ones. Why has the SAIDit! canary died and gone away? by [deleted] in SaidIt

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It has been talked about and it appears to have served its purpose.

Leave car keys by the front door to avoid home invasion, Toronto police officer says by Smalls in news

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The labeled the wrong link. It was this link listed later in the article.

https://toronto.citynews.ca/video/2024/02/27/safety-concerns-in-etobicoke-prompt-community-meeting/

Listen to what the officer says at the meeting.

Leave car keys by the front door to avoid home invasion, Toronto police officer says by Smalls in news

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Another Florida Sheriff with great press conferences: Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5QDIbjo0GI

What did they mean by this? by Musky in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Exactly. That would mean that she was into games and that he was not.

Russia would defeat the USA in a nuclear war by jau in whatever

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Why do you think that is?

Only Cowards Don’t See Color by carn0ld03 in CultureWar

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It's not color, it's culture. It just so happens that people tend to make babies with partners who look like themselves, and teach their kids the same culture.

Your dad's life was poop. But he thinks life is fair. So he made you. Now you suffer and can't change anything. by oorgias in blackpillonly

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We suffer and we enjoy. We fail and we achieve. Yin and Yang. Don't fall for the trap of negative bias.

What did they mean by this? by Musky in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Yes. If she was disappointed that he stopped calling, then the dynamics and personalities of the relationship were wrong to begin with.

Why are americans such bad people? by elonmusk7 in AskSaidIt

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Stay in character.

Why are americans such bad people? by elonmusk7 in AskSaidIt

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My experience in NYC is that people are friendly when you interact with them, but otherwise keep to themselves and rarely make eye contact. Upstate New Yorkers were super friendly.

Makeshift home built along side 110 Freeway in L.A. by Drewski in news

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I have seen the increase in "homeless" camps in my area for the past few years. Recently, the local municipalities have begun to shut them down and take back the public space. Along the same timeline as the public getting fed up with the bum culture takeover was an incident which I felt summed up the difference between compassion from the community and abuse by the bums. The manager of a local Harbor Freight store would give them damaged products (tarps, bungie cords, etc.) to use in their camp, which was within walking distance. One Sunday morning he arrived at the store and the big circus tent that they use for their parking lot "tent sale" was gone. He walked over the camp and found that the bums had stolen the tent and had used it to cover a large portion of their camp including their sleeping tents and fire pit. He called the police to get it back and quit trying to help them. The city has always been a source of help for the homeless to get them help and off the streets, so there is no need to live this way around here unless you choose to. I have heard that there is a sub-Reddit for this lifestyle and there has been chatter on there promoting my area because there are so many resources to keep up that lifestyle, including free services, non-hostile residents, and easy money from panhandling.

Happy Birthday Adolf! by Oyveygoyim in whatever

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This picture looks like he fell for the old "if you pretend you are shaking salt from a salt shaker into your mouth you can totally taste it" trick. You can now not un-see this. You're welcome.

(POLL) "Most guys can get a girl as long as they're confident and not fat." Incels and normal people of AskSaidIt, do you agree with this woman's claim or not? by Mcheetah in AskSaidIt

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Even fat guys can get a woman. Some women are into big guys, whether they are overall big or just fat. Just like some guys are into fat women or very petite women.

Pro-Kremlin Texan Russell Bentley found dead in Ukraine by Smalls in news

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I wonder if Steve Earle will write a song about him.

Do these count as shallow boobs? Trying to get a feel for this. by LarrySwinger2 in Shallowbooblove

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Is this how you are supposed to play with them?

What tree produces a flammable liquid? by In-the-clouds in whatever

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Kraken’ Lawyer Sidney Powell Completely Vindicated After Democrat Judges Dismiss Disciplinary Effort by State Bar of Texas by Questionable in politics

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So, she admitted that some of her evidence was made up, but it was not her fault because someone else passed it on to her.

RFK Jr. says he has ruled out Libertarian run for president by Drewski in Libertarian

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He has libertarian friendly ideas on police and the national debt, but leans anti-libertarian on social programs and unions.

What is the best advice your parents gave you? by Polar64 in AskSaidIt

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That's tough to hear, even on here. Sometimes people say things because they are hurting and want you to experience their pain. It's what she knew.

Why isn't saidit more popular? by elonmusk7 in AskSaidIt

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I think you hit on all of the reasons. I would like to expand on #6. This site gives people a place to be heard, or at least the opportunity to be heard. This can be validation for the views they hold or validation for being equal members of a group.

My Paycheck by WoodyWoodPecker in politics

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Johnny Paycheque.

Janice is driving the boat and we are underway we are in about 10 m of water by Pdiddler in whatever

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Mercury Quickleen.

Are there any alternatives to saidit? by elonmusk7 in AskSaidIt

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Talk to Edward. He said he has programmed a captcha solving bot. He can be found down by the docks. Look for the blue bucket and he should be close by.

I had a weird dream by Musky in whatever

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It was a good break. It took about a day to get used to not having so much information being fed into my brain. I had to learn to let my own mind lead what I think about. I'll try to write up my experience. Bottom line is that I need to stop being lazy about how I get my information and more selective on how I get it and where I get it from. I was also using it as an excuse to avoid doing stuff at home. I was so much more productive this past week. Probably means I won't be on here as much during the day, but it should be more meaningful to me.

This site, Saidit.net, has almost officially become as bad as Reddit with as many retarded far-rightists on here. by Mcheetah in Random_Shit

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You just see more here because other sites have kicked those views.

I had a weird dream by Musky in whatever

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The tightness of yourself against the steering wheel could have been you sleeping in an awkward position, or it could be that you feel that you are being "squeezed" into going a certain direction in life. The glitching cars represents life moving along around you that is always constant but that you are unable to predict 100% how it is specifically moving and being reactionary instead of proactive. The doctor's visit is you feeling like the doctors are not helping you and you might as well take care of it yourself since you know yourself better at this point than they do. The rest of the story is the stuff that makes you happy. You will only run into it by accident if you don't make it happen.

UFC vs NYC by zyxzevn in PoliticalHumor

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You're paying an extra $497 to be protected by that eight-sided cage.

More trail cam pics from a different spot. by Smalls in pics

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I don't know whether to laugh or cry at the that multi-pointed joke.

I set up a trail camera next to the old horse pasture. by Smalls in pics

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Something's going on with imgur. My other post is requires age verification to view, but not this one. I made them a few minutes apart the exact same way and I didn't mark it as "mature".

More trail cam pics from a different spot. by Smalls in pics

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Me, too, when I'm not logged in. I'll see what's up.

edit: I checked it and it is the same as the picture post I made a few minutes before. The other one doesn't ask for age verification and neither were checked as mature content by me. I wonder if someone complained that this is NSFW somehow.

More trail cam pics from a different spot. by Smalls in pics

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The deer on its hind legs is eating maple tree seeds.

Apple River stabbing: Timeline of what happened. by CivilWarrior in whatever

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Yes. No winners here.

Apple River stabbing: Timeline of what happened. by CivilWarrior in whatever

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I had to look it up, but yes. I think everyone was probably drunk. He was definitely attacked, but he had many, many opportunities to get out of harms way before he was attacked. Plus, being pushed down is not life-threatening, even in shallow water. I think the group who attacked him should be on trial along with him for murder.

Apple River stabbing: Timeline of what happened. by CivilWarrior in whatever

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It's an odd story, for sure. He left the area after the stabbing (understandably) but didn't contact the police about the incident. That doesn't seem like the actions of an innocent person. Excessive force?

RFK Jr stuns CNN host calling Biden a ‘much worse threat to democracy’ than Trump by Smalls in politics

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The same could be said for activist prosecutors and judges ruling in those cases you mentioned above.

If you just fold some aluminum foil and put cloth in it you can make charcloth without a metal tin. by CivilWarrior in camping

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Nice to know.

If you just fold some aluminum foil and put cloth in it you can make charcloth without a metal tin. by CivilWarrior in camping

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Good idea.

This is weird, black people talk about deworming themselves by Musky in whatever

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This user has to be from a 3rd world country. Plus, I'm not a worm expert, but that looks like an earthworm in the sink.

If you just fold some aluminum foil and put cloth in it you can make charcloth without a metal tin. by CivilWarrior in camping

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You can use an egg crate to pour a mixture of melted wax and sawdust. Now you have a dozen mini fire-starters.

Warning as monkeypox cases on the rise again by hfxB0oyA in TumblrInAction

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There was a joke that he was part of one time when he was sick and Monkeypox first hit the news. It was good fun.

What's your opinion on eugenics? by detty in AskSaidIt

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Yep. On the frontier, people tended to marry within the community, not within the ethnicity, since there was a smaller pool to choose from. This was especially true in the poorer population.

Warning as monkeypox cases on the rise again by hfxB0oyA in TumblrInAction

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RIP u/weegs

What do you think it means to be human? by LiveSavier in AskSaidIt

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And the gift of abstract thinking.

Russia isn't invading or conquering Ukraine. Russia is devouring and absorbing Ukraine. by jerryk in WorldPolitics

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Can you give some examples of how this has worked for Russia in the past?

Lana Del Rey promotes her country album ‘Lasso’ by kissing her sister in new photos by Musky in whatever

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I thought you were joking, but it's true.

Homemade chili with cheese sauce by Musky in pics

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Looks good, although I thought you were avoiding plastics.

How can i meet a guy? by naughtyfind in SaidIt

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Sneako? Is that you?

Video of Diddy escaping the DHS in his private jet by xoenix in whatever

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We're all wondering, Diddy he do it?

We have been rebranded by Musky in SaidIt

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Ok, there's more now. Who's playing with it.

edit: It's back to normal now, but it was funny. I will not repeat what I saw.

Welcome back! by In-the-clouds in SaidIt

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The weight of too much Darshan Hiranandani spam broke the bottom of the server rack.