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Social Issues and Causes / Re: NASA Knows
Last post by Dark Lightning - Today at 02:39:44 AM
Document from what source? The Flat Earth Society? What a tool.
Social Issues and Causes / Re: NASA Knows
Last post by No one - Today at 02:37:13 AM
Silly fools, Earth doesn't even exist.
Social Issues and Causes / NASA Knows
Last post by The Magic Pudding. - Today at 02:25:52 AM
QuoteThe Nationals candidate for Port Macquarie, local mayor Peta Pinson, has told a public meeting that her scepticism towards climate science has "solidified" since seeing a document saying that NASA had admitted that global warming was caused by changes in the Earth's orbit.

Well look at that, NASA knows, our esteemed mayor knows, so how-come no one around here mentioned this?
Global warming is caused by Earth's orbit, she has seen a DOCUMENT! :o
Praise the lord she's on the job, no one besides her and NASA seem to be, and NASA is ever at risk of lefty meddling.

She has also done "research" into the evils of fluoride, though it doesn't seem she has been successful getting it out of our water, so far.

Tragically Peta failed to get voted into state government, some leftist media conspiracy involved there I think. >:(
Current Events / Re: Another Mass Shooting
Last post by Icarus - Today at 01:45:16 AM
Homeschool? I have wondered whether a straight A home schooled student would qualify to enter a high end college  like Berkley, Cal tech, etc.....

Home school kids can take advantage of Internet professional teachers if their parents approve and pay.  The problem is that too many of the parents have questionable capacity to assess the most useful and essential courses for their children.
Laid Back Lounge / Re: Things You Would Change in...
Last post by Ecurb Noselrub - March 29, 2023, 07:42:02 PM
Does anyone besides me think that life can be an absolutely humiliating experience? Not all the time, of course, but enough to make you dread being in humiliating circumstances again? I would change all my humiliating experiences, if I could, to at least neutral. But man, some of them were rough. Never again.
Laid Back Lounge / Re: Game: The Next Person... (...
Last post by Ecurb Noselrub - March 29, 2023, 07:36:20 PM
True, and they paid me lots of money as a whistleblower.

TNP actually has a whistle and blows it from time to time to annoy other people.
Current Events / Re: Another Mass Shooting
Last post by Tank - March 29, 2023, 05:18:11 PM
Is there any hope?  :(
Current Events / Re: Another Mass Shooting
Last post by Recusant - March 29, 2023, 05:03:15 PM
As the blood continues to flow in abundance, a Republican congressman speaks his wisdom: "a horrible, horrible situation. And, we're not gonna fix it." But you know what will? A Christian revival. Oh yeah, and home-school your children.

"GOP Rep Shrugs Off Nashville Shooting: 'We Homeschool' Our Daughter" | The Daily Beast

Quote"Criminals are gonna be criminals. And my daddy fought in the Second World War, fought in the Pacific, fought the Japanese, and he told me, he said, 'Buddy,' he said, 'if somebody wants to take you out, and doesn't mind losing their life, there's not a whole heck of a lot you can do about it.'"

The Tennessee lawmaker was then asked if Congress had any responsibility in the wake of this latest school shooting, prompting Burchett to claim that he and his fellow representatives would only make things worse.

"I don't see any real role that we could do other than mess things up, honestly, because of the situation," he replied. "Like I said, I don't think a criminal is going to stop from guns, you know, you can print them out on the computer now, 3-D printing, and, there's really, I don't think you're going to stop the gun violence."

Rather than pass any gun regulations or restrictions, Burchett suggested that a better solution may be to pray the murders away.

"I think you got to change people's hearts," the congressman said. "You know, as a Christian, as we talk about in the church, and I've said this many times, I think we really need a revival in this country."

At one point, a reporter asked the GOP lawmaker: "What else should be done to protect people like your little girl from being safe in school?"

Burchett replied that it wasn't a personal concern of his.

"Well, we homeschool her," he responded with a shrug. "But you know, that's our decision. Some people don't have that option and frankly, some people don't need to do it. I mean, they don't have to. It just suited our needs much better."

[Link to full article.]
Laid Back Lounge / Re: God Says
Last post by The Magic Pudding. - March 29, 2023, 10:52:25 AM
God, I have an issue with these cheap biscuits, they break easy, I think I should be able to eat more if they're are broken.

Thanks god.
God says broken biscuits only have half the fat/sugar 'n stuff by weight that whole biscuits do.
Media / Re: What Are You Reading?
Last post by Recusant - March 29, 2023, 03:49:05 AM
Quote from: Anne D. on March 26, 2023, 02:24:04 AMLaidlaw by William McIlvanney. On a Tartan Noir run.

Only have read Rankin when it comes to that vein. McIlvanney's stuff looks worthwhile though--thanks for the tip.  :)