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Well, then, fuck him.  Disloyal fuck.

Semper Fi!

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Because he thinks we are his imaginary friends.  Living in his head.  LIT!

Crikey mate - and just what if he happens to be right?

This could be a collapsing string in someone's Matrix, now couldn't it?

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That’s some creepy shit there.
I'd say that if Anthony were to act to any degree on this direct incitement to violence it would be completely actionable.

If I were MV I'd clean that board post haste - no joke.

Kizuna = off the "humor" warning track...

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Movies and TV / Re: Game of Thrones
« Last post by FISH on Today at 08:50:51 AM »
I think that was in my top three eps, possibly even my favourite so far.
I had to go back and watch this episode 2 times in a row. One of the BEST so far.
As Jaime is rising up... Daenerys is gritting her teeth.
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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Kingdom of Drama without Heather Wade
« Last post by 26 horses on Today at 08:48:36 AM »
Distant cousin of Falkie?

Has the 'tude to be one of Astro Bitch's FIL's buddies... ::)
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Movies and TV / Re: Game of Thrones
« Last post by DynamoHum on Today at 08:43:34 AM »
I think that was in my top three eps, possibly even my favourite so far.
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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Kingdom of Drama without Heather Wade
« Last post by 26 horses on Today at 08:42:40 AM »
Did you get an Impossible burger? I've heard good things.

Not quite  the same as their veggie burger? That one is just a Morningstar Farms patty run through the broiler.


https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/voraciously/wp/2019/04/15/burger-kings-impossible-whopper-tastes-even-better-than-the-real-thing/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.24237689689e

Part of this trickeration can be attributed to Impossible Foods, the San Francisco Bay-area start-up that this year rolled out a new formula for its plant-based patties. The company has substituted soy protein for wheat protein to give the patty a more beeflike texture. It has also added methyl cellulose, a plant-based binder, to make the burger juicier. And this is in addition to the not-so-secret ingredient, heme, which Impossible Foods produces by injecting the DNA of a soy plant into genetically engineered yeast, which is then fermented.

All this science is concealed in a patty that doesn’t look too far removed from the ground-beef version, especially after both are run under Burger King’s signature charbroiler. Both beef and plant-based patties are branded with black parallel stripes, the grill marks that are as much a part of Burger King’s identity as that royal mascot with the perpetually creepy smile.

After eating more than a dozen Impossible-branded burgers in St. Louis — including Red Robin’s thick-cut version, which had none of the chin-dribbling juices you desire from a big, sloppy grilled hamburger — I’ve come to the conclusion that the producer of this meat alternative is a master illusionist. After one bite, you swear the Impossible patty tastes just like beef. After a second bite, you begin to sense the illusion behind the science. After a third, you’re ready to invest in the whole enterprise. With time, the illusion becomes its own alternative reality: The product is close enough to beef that your brain is willing to fill in the rest of the flavors, even if somewhere in the dark recesses of your cerebral cortex, you know it’s all a lie.

America, get ready for the Impossible Whopper. I suspect it will be coming your way soon, once it passes through St. Louis.

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Movies and TV / Re: Game of Thrones
« Last post by FISH on Today at 08:42:29 AM »
GOT Season 8, episode 1

Winterfell

She has a plan.
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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Kingdom of Drama without Heather Wade
« Last post by 26 horses on Today at 08:38:21 AM »
I encountered an interesting person. I went to the Burger King for the first time in five years. The person who greeted me at the drive through window was a Person Of Color. Said person had the scraggly, splotchy beard one frequently sees on POCs. Said person was also clearly wearing a bra. The bra was stuffed with something, though I could not tell if it was estrogen activated breast tissue or tissue paper. The individual wore those long, curved plastic fingernails - alternating pink and white. In a voice almost as deep as Barry White’s the individual thanked my for coming to Burger King and handed me the correct order.

The latter was probably the most surprising thing.
No kidding, last I head the late Mr. White he was schmoozing for Arbys!

Who knew... ::)
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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Kingdom of Drama without Heather Wade
« Last post by 26 horses on Today at 08:37:12 AM »
Uhhh, i’m Going to assume you’re being snarky here...not ignorant.

Didn't both states go on school lockdown?

That was my point.
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