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How many cucks could a Canuck cuck if a Canuck could cuck cucks
Bullshit. Ever heard of a flock of geese? What about a herd of buffalo? A hive of bees? A school of fish? A pack of wolves?
Most groups will attack other species, many will attack different groups of different subspecies, fewer will attack different groups of the same subspecies... But unity is every bit as natural as division
"People that want to chop your kids dick off, starve you too death if you don't inject yourself with mystery juice & destroy all your history won't get along with us if we elect a leader that disagrees with them guys c'mon let's all go sing kumbaya"
More of a sentence than a speech, really 😅👍
Here, take a video of a much happier rat
> predates modern cultural warfare
Never said it was new, just that it wasn't their ideology.
Imagine that beef was rare and you like beef. If you tried to convince other people to eat bugs so you had better access to beef, that isn't your preference (ideology) that's your method of sabotaging the competition
That isn't their ideology you're fighting against. If so, they'd be practicing it themselves... Rather it's tried and tried methods of cultural warfare.
Was not aware it was in fish and what not. Supposedly misty off the way thei make it is by separating it from plants and concentrating it... so a lot of foods thatsay natural flavoring on the ingredients have MSG
It's literally a flavor enhancer. Causes problems in some people (irritability is one I know first hand)
It's in a lot of stuff people don't even know about, like soup.
This person sounds like a girl version of milton from office space. Hard to listen to.
The apparently don't understand what a dead zone is, either. Basically it allows more archers to stack simultaneously from better vantage points
Learn how to take "I misread" as an answer... obviously if someone says they misread, they don't need an explanation because they've already corrected it. Also don't need a reminder about filling out a TPS report
Shoot, my bad, I was thinking trapezius
The deltoid muscle isn't where they inject you & it's probably called deltoid because it's triangular shaped like the symbol for delta, which interestingly also represents change
OP comment you replied to was talking cell towers
Sorry, you said satellites, I was talking cell towers. Idk about satellites, but you can see the international space station from the ground
Lot of smaller planes and helicopters fly a lot lower than 12k ft lol
In certain areas you'll see giant red or yellow balls strung out on power lines for the same reason & those are significantly lower than cell towers
I didn't consider the mic, I did talk about bigfoot to my friend right before it happened. Fricking creepy man.
> coincidence theorist
Lol I'm stealing that
So planes can see them
Speaking of ridiculous... I'm on a Samsung burner phone waiting on an insurance replacement. Don't have a Facebook and I just got a notification from Facebook saying "Shawn Lovitt just posted in Bigfoot Now"... I've only typed bigfoot on this site
I've seen the bears without fur
Caves would provide shelter but not food. The rarely explored forests bit is basically a God of the gaps argument. People do go hunting/trapping for plenty of other gamethat would encroach on its territory.
I still think people saw bears. The only descriptive difference is bigfoot walks on two legs. Bears actually can do that, it's just not how we normally think of or see them
First of all UFO == alien. Look at DARPA & realize that the government lies nonstop & has technology 30 years before the public. Exotic technologies aren't difficult to fathom.
One of my best friends claims to have seen bigfoot. Claims it couldn't have been a bear (my thought) because of speed... how many people know for sure how fast a bear can run?
My problem with the bigfoot thing is two fold: 1) what would it change? Ok, let's just assume there's a really rare biped mammal running around. Why do you care? 2) the territorial boundaries it would be confined to to avoid confirmed existence makes it seem less likely