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Silas Von Dookiebird
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Sep 14
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I think I’m going to go with my own made up name for that company. “Sparklefarts.” Read more

Aug 29
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With chips literally implantable in heads, think of all the money the CIA will save on chemtrails! Read more

Aug 28
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Patrick Swayze would like a word.

Aug 28
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In retrospect, I think their “sustainable, durian fiber carpets” may have been a bad idea.

Aug 28
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I would like a white, windowless electric van with “Free iPhone charge” painted on the side. More effective than candy, I suspect.

Aug 28
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Reverse: How many?

Aug 26
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I get your point, but the read-between-the-lines issues is “If you pay poverty wages, the people will be impoverished, housing prices will be low, people can afford a home (but not food, healthcare, a reliable car [public transit? puhleeze!]. It’s a perfect, right-wing free market circle jerk in which the plebes Read more

Aug 26
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I trust you pronounce “anise” as “anus.” Anything else would be un-uncivilized.

Aug 26
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Reverse: I’m reading Command and Control by Eric Schlosser. Holy crap. It’s a miracle we didn’t obliterate ourselves with nukes multiple times over the last 70 years.

Aug 25
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I [gag] watched the Don Jr. clip. I thought “Oh my god, he’s speaking directly to me. I ‘can have the country I want.’ I just have to jump through a lot more hoops over the next year before my immigration application to Canada is likely to be accepted.” Seriously. This country is a failed experiment and Trump, Q, the Read more

Aug 25
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It automatically shuts off when you’re going over the hills because of extra heat of the motors working. When you’re going through the woods, which tend to be cooler, you’ll get more heat with a slight loss of range. If you hit white and drifted snow, you’ll be warm but it’ll sap a lot of energy from the batteries. Read more

Aug 24
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Although Ford promised to pay its new CEO “peanuts” until it turned things around, turns out it was a lot of peanuts.

Aug 21
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It’s just like high school and college all over again. All I could think about was Evija. Day and night, Evija, Evija, Evija. Could barely concentrate. Finally, I was in a position where I thought “Yes! Finally! Evija soon!!!” But nope. Next month. Still nope. One more month. Still nope, nope, nope. Another month!
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Aug 19
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No. They just come on here to complain every time an electric car manufacturer ups the ante. “Unless it will go 200 miles per charge, electric will never succeed... Unless/until it can go 300 miles per charge, electric cars will be useless... Not until you can get 300 miles per charge in 30 minutes will electric cars Read more

Aug 19
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I’m going to need a new bumper sticker.

Aug 17
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I assumed it was Torchinsky Yksnihcrot and didn’t realize it wasn’t until reading your post and double checking. The end is nigh!

Aug 16
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I meant “you” in the super-broad, generic sense. As in “Everyone should check it out...”

Aug 16
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Scientific American is a great magazine. Anyone who is the least bit interested in anything science-related should check it out (and subscribe!). And even if you’re not interested in science-related stuff, you should check out a copy or two. You might find that you actually like the stuff, you just haven’t been Read more

Aug 14
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More like “Let’s let pharmaceutical companies test their own meds and say how great they are.” Read more