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katz

Newbie
Remembering when earlier this year I was in a Catholic Church Group, it was a good experience. And my first time ever involved in a Church Group. People weren't like I'm used to, they were more positive, attentive and kindlier.

I have the intention to keep attending Church when the lockdown in my country ends.
 

katz

Newbie
The only dopamine hits we're getting these days are, when receiving a package from an online purchase, when our friends or family text/call us, or when we receive reactions from our social media. Wondering if dopamine fasts are required more often.
 

ABeast

Robin
I decided to browse the Facebook pages of some old high school acquaintances, and it's downright depressing. I don't know what is it about women in the midwest that can be so fresh-faced, and great looking in high school, but turn to complete crap when they hit 23! It's like someone came along, and beat them with a fat stick.

Reminds me that looking at the past is a fool's errand, and your best bet is to stay focused on the future.
Facebook has been getting me down the past couple of months, but the Boomers insist on doing all their organizing there and won't go to Discord [sigh]. Now that the weather is turning I'm hoping the younger crowd will get involved. The realization that their summer is cancelled is starting to sink-in, I hope!
 

Papaya

Crow
Gold Member
A quick perusal suggests that BHT effectively works as an enzymatic to "open" the lipids on the virus. Similarly to hydroxychloroquine. I dont know if it needs to be coupled with zinc or anything else.

Butylated Phenols are oxidized at the tert-butyl groups during digestion, and these metabolites are still very lipophilic but do have some added O-H groups that cause these molecules to move about rapidly once embedded in the lipid envelopes of the different viruses including covid 19. Each O-H or hydroxy group is in effect a dipolar spot on the larger molecule. This rapid movement helps destroy the lipid coatings decloaking the viruses and marking them for destruction by the bodies’ defense mechanisms.
Makes sense which means you wont ever hear about it in MSM
 

budoslavic

Peacock
Gold Member
@Vitalyzdtv is a name I haven't seen in a few years. He got arrested last month in Miami Beach for punching a female jogger in her face.




I was curious to check out his Twitter posts. Looks like he's taken the full blown porn route due to tons of XXX pictures & videos (including parties) posted on his Twitter feed. Also, he's getting more muscular - clearly juicing.

Edit. Taking roids to stay ripped...

 
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Zep

Kingfisher
A quick perusal suggests that BHT effectively works as an enzymatic to "open" the lipids on the virus. Similarly to hydroxychloroquine. I dont know if it needs to be coupled with zinc or anything else.



Makes sense which means you wont ever hear about it in MSM
Thanks Papaya!

You know, you may think of yourself as a fruit, but your responses are always in good taste, at the core of them are seeds for further thought that can later be brought to fruition.

*Sad Trombone Sound*

That's enough, I'll leaf you alone.

 
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Hypno

Crow
Reasonable people can have different views on this.

Its more efficient for the store owner to send an employee out and pick up 10-20 carts at a time than to have customers walk back and forth to the store returning carts. When I was a teenager, this was my job. No one ever went on these shame the customer campaigns. When customers walk back and forth, they are occupying a close parking spot and taking up real estate. The "convenient" cart return areas also take up a close parking spot.

By the way, I get the sense that people on the West Coast of the U.S. are more absolute about this than they are on the East Coast.
 

renotime

Ostrich
Gold Member
Reasonable people can have different views on this.

Its more efficient for the store owner to send an employee out and pick up 10-20 carts at a time than to have customers walk back and forth to the store returning carts. When I was a teenager, this was my job. No one ever went on these shame the customer campaigns. When customers walk back and forth, they are occupying a close parking spot and taking up real estate. The "convenient" cart return areas also take up a close parking spot.

By the way, I get the sense that people on the West Coast of the U.S. are more absolute about this than they are on the East Coast.
People are getting shamed for not wearing masks in the major cities. And how do you know customers are occupying a close parking spot? And so what if they are occupying a close parking spot? Cars are supposed to be in parking spots. What's not supposed to be in a parking spot is a shopping cart. If there isn't a cart return where are the carts supposed to go? They are gonna end up in parking spots.

I once had a shopping cart hit my car because some dumb bitch was too lazy to put it in the cart return. She just emptied the groceries from the cart, gave the cart a push on a slight incline and hopped into her truck. Another time a guy emptied his cart and just left the cart behind my car like a total cunt. This was late at night and the parking lot was practically empty. He could have just shoved the thing in the general direction of the cart return. Or just put the cart on the other side of his car where there was an empty parking spot. But, no, the guy had to be a cunt. I was heading in the same direction and I saw him turn off the road and of course he didn't bother to use his turn signal.

People that don't return the carts are inconsiderate scumbags.
 

Bizet

Woodpecker
Well, I just saw my first daygamers on the streets here in Melbourne since the lockdown began two months ago.

They weren't social distancing and the girls I saw them approach looked quite uncomfortable - I was considering walking over and having a word with them, but I decided against it.

This virus has turned me into a white knight!
 
I'm very impressed with the african-american Elon Musk and his SpaceX launch, so I'm considering saving up for a Tesla.

Also, most german cars are now being driven by muslims criminals here in Europe, so don't really want to be associated with them.

What's your take on Tesla automobiles?
 

Oberrheiner

Pelican
Tesla only exists because of the collusion between heavy industry, finance and the corrupt government, in a free market they would never have had a chance.
Therefore I'm certainly not giving them one cent.

Technically, well they are an inelegant solution to a made-up problem.
I'll stay with a german v8, thank you.
But if you're stateside you should probably get an american v8 instead.
 

Bolly

Pelican
Coulda sworn there was an ask a mechanic thread once upon a time. Can't find it. Any grease monkeys familiar with Ford trucks. I'm stumped on something. First my hood got stuck all the way open when a gust of wind took it. Fixed that, almost killed me coming down, now the damn things stuck closed. I know there should be a secret latch somewhere without taking all the bs apart. Can't find it for the life of me.

Me on this beautiful sunday afternoon.
 
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