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  1. he lost me at protoplanetary disc. sorry, i don't buy into flat solar system theories.
  2. good man, merry christmas to you too.
  3. affect = influence effect = result
  4. yep heard that too http://www.bonnercountydailybee.com/article/20160920/AP/309209993
  5. "OK, you're high, bye!"
  6. North Central Maryland here. No rise in prices yet, still I topped off everything after seeing CGK's post on Friday. Averaging about 2.25/g in my area like it has been for over a month.
  7. @Ukshep, is it gray or grey... if it's gray you're ok, but grey? might wanna get some dye.
  8. Insys Therapeutics, the company who makes insane profits from a drug behind one of the worst overdose epidemics in the nation’s history, fentanyl, has donated $500,000 to a campaign opposing marijuana legalization in the US state of Arizona. In a glaring display of hypocrisy, the maker of the drug Subsys, a sublingual fentanyl spray, claims that marijuana is dangerous because it could hurt children. http://www.blacklistednews.com/Maker_of_Deadly_Drug_50_Times_Stronger_Than_Heroin_Spends_%24500K_to_Fight_Legal_Pot/54011/0/38/38/Y/M.html Fentnyl is an extremely dangerous drug made in a lab which is responsible for numerous overdose deaths. Pot on the other hand, well, not so much.
  9. @Cinnamon We didn't have cable back then, so no cnn or fox news. It was something from a local channel. Everything I've ever showed her she says 'that wasn't it'. But yeah, I don't think there is any question that 7 was demolished purposely, not to mention 1 and 2 falling in their own footprints instead of falling over to the side like the should have and crushing half of Manhattan. I mean, who hasn't played Jenga?
  10. I was working as a cashier at a discount bulk goods store outside of Baltimore. My coworkers disappeared from their registers that morning and I was the only one left checking people out. When I went to look for help I found them in the break room in a large group staring at the TV, jaws dropped to the floor and trying to make sense of what was happening. I didn't think much of it, just told them that I had a long line and needed help at the registers. Shortly after they returned to the floor I took my 10 minute break and distinctly remember looking up at the clear blue sky and saying to myself there would not be many other times I could see the sky without airplanes. I worked my entire shift, it was surprisingly a very slow day for business. You would have thought people would be at a bulk goods store in droves after something like that happened, but I guess everyone just wanted to get home to their families. Normally it was a 40 minute drive home, but not on that day. I live in Maryland, relatively close to DC. My route home at the time took me past a large military installation. I remember they had the road closed, something I have only seen a few times in... many years. I was later told by an enlisted friend that the base was somewhere they took higher ups in the event of an emergency and that was probably why they shut the road down. It took me 90 minutes to get home that day because of the road closure, had to take all back roads. I got home and my family was sitting around the TV. I was 18 years old and still living with my parents, mom was pissed because I didn't leave work sooner. The atmosphere in the living room was very tense, I'll never forget that feeling. Not long after I got home I left the TV to get something to eat. I remember my mother yelling and came back to the living room. She was pacing back and forth saying "why would they blow it up", she was talking about building 7. It wasn't the planes she was yelling about, it was whatever she saw on the news that made her believe that "firemen" were going to blow up building 7. To this day I cannot find the footage she was watching. My mother is a conformist, not a conspiracy theorist in any sense. All I know is that whatever she saw really pissed her off and to this day she is completely convinced that "firemen" blew up building 7. Anyway, it was a hell of a day to live through. All conspiracies aside, I feel for those who lost loved ones that day.
  11. @Ukshep you should watch this one man, seriously
  12. 'Coughing Clinton' Shrugs Off Health "Conspiracy Theories" As Questions Emerge On "Pollen" Explanation Hillary Clinton said this morning that she was not distracted by "conspiracy theories" about her ill health, and that attacks were not rooted in fact. However, the Clinton campaign's propaganda arm is in full swing as the mainstream media attempts to dismiss any health concerns by claiming that pollen counts were high where she spoke. The only problem with this is, in fact, pollen counts were low to moderate in Northeast Ohio (and what about the previous 10 coughing fits?) As we detailed yesterday, Hillary suffered a coughing fit that lasted for over four minutes during her speech yesterday, prompting a fresh round of speculation about her ailing health. http://www.blacklistednews.com/'Coughing_Clinton'_Shrugs_Off_Health_"Conspiracy_Theories"_As_Questions_Emerge_On_"Pollen"_Explanation/53931/0/38/38/Y/M.html heh, maybe i was wrong, maybe we will get 'trumped' after all