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Originally Posted by pondering_it_all
The Supreme Court decided long ago that total mandates are constitutional.
"You can't tell me what to do, especially if I want to do it!!!"


You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the old model obsolete.
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You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
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Special for Je Furry...



You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
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Which is more striking: the gullibility of the flock; or the willingness to deceive by the shepherd?



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I was just reclining on the couch, Morty the crazy-haired little dog wedged in at my side, eyes closed and thinking about a dream I was having before getting up to make coffee. It was an interesting but seemingly meaningless series of events that had a woman flying through the air hanging from a rope which wasn’t attached to anything but the sky. On the ground, a bunch of big hoses were being used to drain a large and deep pond that had accumulated a lot of water from some event. As I drifted into remembering it I was having trouble with some details and experienced sort of a repeated loop of a ten second bit, then began to wonder if that bit was actually in the dream, or if it was new dreaming. As I woke up from that I realized that I was dreaming that I was dreaming new stuff while dreaming I was recollecting a dream.

I wonder how I can ever know what’s in the minds of others when I know this kind of wacky sh!t is going on in my own?


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Well that simply confirms that you are batchit Loggy. I am glad I am not………

I am the epitome of total rationality and a logical thinking. But I also do believe the conversion of that drunken hobo into an operatic singer was the mysterious works of God. He does indeed work in mysterious ways, or so it has been said.

Simply witness the disciples of Trump.


Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.
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Confirmation! At long last...

Would you say that Trump's disciples are disciplined in a rational and logical way?


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All of the above.


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I should have inserted the appropriate ironic emoticon. But I never know what the appropriate one might be. To me that is the difficulty and the difference twixt text versus face-to-face communications.


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I wonder if the original Bible included emojis to ensure clarity in communicating Gawd's Word? Hmm


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