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Malevolent

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  1. For the elderly among us..
  2. I cannot find the particular thread but some folk had issues with Gab.ai - I asked and the answer is: Gab Support @support @FalkeAuge Please tell them to reach out to @getongab on twitter and we can resend their invitation - some of the early ones may have gotten lost or blocked.
  3. @Redlistvet Smacks of "rent-a-crowd" come as you are - most of those hooligans had no political acumen at all.
  4. Well, I know mud when I see mud and clearly this is not mud, but it is brown and squishy ... I think Mr Moore's name has been etched in doughnuts on the asphalt.... https://www.facebook.com/bikersfortrump/ http://www.thepoliticalinsider.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/1bikers.jpg http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/watchwomanonthewall/files/2013/09/Million-Bikers-Ride-9-11-2013.jpg
  5. I would like to apologise to all or any practicing RC folk! But this is simply a view from the outside! It is said in the 10 commandments (below) quite clearly that "You shall have no other gods before me." And herein lies the conundrum for me. In many cases the Poop is seen as some kind of demigod and if you dare say something you are immediately lambasted and called names. However this. for me, holds a paradox. You cannot have your cake and eat it. You either accept the demigod part and know that you are in violation of the 10 commandments or you accept the 10 commandants and know that you are then in violation of the RCC. Once again this issue of organised religion comes to the fore. There is nothing wrong with religion, having faith or practicing some form of spiritual understanding. When however the collective / assimilation of "believers" under the strict rules and laws which favours some and disregard others becomes the driving force then you are aligned to the definition of a sect. Go figure! Remember that it is everyone's personal choice as to how they would like to be mindfvced in the name of organised religion ala Jimmy Swaggart
  6. @Cinnamon The Poop should come to Africa, they have a real job for him..
  7. I know for a fact that "marketers" who get groups of people together for "demo" talks use a very similar methodology with dimmed lights, soft repetitive music and a speaker with specific pace and tone.. lulls people into a false state of mind..nearly like crowd hypnosis.. Sound and the human body have a symbiotic relationship..
  8. http://www.collective-evolution.com/2013/12/21/heres-why-you-should-convert-your-music-to-432hz/ "If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nikola Tesla “What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.” – Albert Einstein Tesla said it. Einstein agreed. Science proved it. It is a known fact that everything—including our own bodies—is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies. That being said, it seems logical to wonder, can sound frequencies affect us? It would appear that this is the case. Frequencies affect frequencies, much like mixing ingredients with other ingredients affects the overall flavour of a meal. The way frequencies affect the physical world has been demonstrated through various experiments, such as the science of Cymatics and water memory. Cymatics illustrate that when sound frequencies move through a particular medium such as water, air, or sand, they directly alter the vibration of matter. Below are pictures demonstrating how particles adjust to different frequencies.
  9. SOURCE Gowdy to obama: you are no longer my president, we will charge hillary clinton Now that the presidential election is over, many assumed that Hillary Clinton would disappear and never show her face again in public. While that would be a great thing, it appears she will be in the political spotlight a lot more than we expected. While the rest of the world was distracted with Donald Trump winning the election, Trey Gowdy was hard at work trying to uncover the truth about the terror attacks in Benghazi, Libya. Trump supporters have been desperately hoping that Gowdy and the House Selection Committee on Benghazi would have been able to prosecute Hillary Clinton by now, but it appears that the only thing stopping the investigation has been the White House. Gowdy indicated that the White House’s lack of cooperation has delayed the investigation immensely. Gowdy also wrote a scathing letter to Defense Secretary Ash Carter: “It is also riddled with factual inaccuracies, which not only does a disservice to the public but also does a disservice to the women and men who work for
  10. Very true. I know of a few posters who transgressed, only to say sorry - etc. You are aware that I am not a big supporter of guest / anonymous posts. I really do not want to see a person's true identity so any name or "handle" will do, but I much prefer it when posters do sign-up. It makes them part of the community and after a while you can recognise the "character" of the poster. Guests are for the most just like the guy who rocks up at the pub and plonks next to you and starts chatting. In your mind you are already saying "fvckoff already" and nothing he says is taken in.
  11. @Ukshep The thing with moderating is that the very poster who reports a post for violating something or another is the same poster (sometimes) who screams to high heaven because his content was moderated. It remains a very difficult job to keep everyone (especially those with an agenda) happy. Having a sub forum where access is restricted and only allowed on request for someone to fix his iced post will cause untold issues. Firstly it will be a logistical nightmare to grant access and then to remove access etc. I also do not think that this board-software allows for individual access rights - as far as I know access is by user-group. Now, you have Johnny who wants to see his post and amend it, he then reads another iced post where Paul said XYZ and Mary answered CXD and he was implicated.. And a shit-storm of note erupts. Nope, if a post is moderated it is done so inline with the guidelines - sorry! Where possible I will use the edit function - as in the example @Iamawake Sometimes even the truth is too crass..
  12. OK - there is another way which I use on another site where I am admin. This however only works for certain statements or incorrect information etc. I will use the quote above to demonstrate. Remember that an audit-trail is always available for any edit made to any post content. The other thing is, we do not hard-delete posts, they are always soft-deleted so as to have the content available should some inquiry arise. If a thread is in violation - like the spam guys who register only to peddle some rubbish it is moved to another area where it eventually falls off the face of the pages as new threads are registered.
  13. Talk about immigration - Uncle Joe has his own lameass ideas..
  14. Only because he @Ukshep is probably the only bugger that can understand every word. I love it! I worked with a couple of Scots.. funny fvckers
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