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Cryptic Mole

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  1. I'm surprised... didn't you always use that emoji!
  2. And see, you feel for it because it was made popular by the book. The kids probably looked at each other and said, "what the hell is wrong with mommy giving us crap like that?"
  3. Come on girl, ya know I'm cheerin' ya on. Why did Shep get rid of that little cheerleader with the pompoms?
  4. Here's a directory of directories: http://dmoztools.net/Computers/Internet/Searching/Directories/ INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORY OF SEARCH ENGINES: http://www.searchenginecolossus.com/
  5. Well, those databases and directories were pretty much private at one time, but now it seems that the directories are capable of finding one another as well as databases which are actually still even more private. It's just a lot harder for google and the like to find them for whatever reason. That being said, there are still many hundreds of thousands of databases that will never be found and even more down on the darknet. I posted one search engine that spiders these databases and directories on the deep web. This search engine is powered by google. http://deeperweb.com/
  6. You are and were a good Mommy taking all that time to get them to eat. My wife was the same way, but I just cooked what we were having, like it or leave it. needless to say, my wife always gave in and made them something different. Damn you women!
  7. Yeah, I know you like that! lol.
  8. I don't know any kids that'll eat their Broccoli. And to add to everything, it needs to be raw. Yeah, I can just see all those kids lining up and saying, "yummy." The following is what they'll look like if the did.
  9. @Cinnamon, do you really mean to say that you're not used to all this fake news by now?
  10. You've probably never seen any of these search engines. Below are only a few to search onion sites on the darknet/dark web and others to search on the deep web. There is a difference. The deep web is on the upper levels of the internet where you normally search with search engines like google. The deep web is also a part of that, but there are websites that are more private and/or cannot be spidered by normal search engines. They consist of private databases and directories that are mostly unknown. These are the places where the best information is kept hidden from public view. This is the largest part of the upper web and you can only search a very small portion of that by using google. Don't be fooled into thinking that because some search engines claim to be private that they are any better at locating more results than the others. They are only better in the sense that they do not keep any information on you once done with your search. Use these for Onion Links if you know how: https://www.onion.link/ https://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion/ https://hss3uro2hsxfogfq.onion.link/ https://xmh57jrzrnw6insl.onion.link/ https://gjobqjj7wyczbqie.onion.link/ https://searchb5a7tmimez.onion.link/ Otherwise, use these to sniff out databases and directories on the deep web: http://deeperweb.com/ http://www.secretsearchenginelabs.com/ http://www.sonicrun.com/ https://www.wolframalpha.com/
  11. What the Cluck kind of thread is this?
  12. I was told many years ago by my buddies on Wallstreet two different things. 1. It will begin in Europe first and will arrive here in the US approx two weeks later. 2. Watch Syria.
  13. Ah hell, they already own all of that. We here in Amerikkka are the last bastion of hope for the free world (laughing at the idea of being free). If we fall, so goes everything else from here to the moon and even mars... (am I laughing about those last few statements? Not on your life! I can tell you that it's not just a global thing, but that's for another thread.
  14. Certainly, but the markets have also been reflecting those higher prices, have they not? It just goes with the turf and the territory so to speak. It's also very obvious that the healthcare bill failure has triggered this whole thing even though the markets have been correcting themselves over the last few weeks. The markets cannot and will not continue to rise the way they've been since The Trumpet had everything to do with it. Confidence was unnaturally way over the top, so as I've already said, prices have a bad habit of reflecting those things in the markets. This isn't any kind of surprise, though. The markets have always reacted this way and they always will. The problem here becomes those who have the ability to crash the entire system. Will they do it for real this time? Well, they can if they really wanted to. The economy is still very vulnerable and hanging out there like one huge matza ball. If not, then I'm calling markets as usual once all the dust settles. Higher prices, yes, and higher interest rates as well to try to slow everything down? Well, maybe. We shall see what happens on June 1st as well. Another ominous date to mark on one's calendar!