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BSR says...

Dude! Just get a new girlfriend. Sheesh...

Sniper007 said:

I don't want a &$*%ing technical paper. I want a URL where I can download the software. I will buy whatever card they want at any price. I need this.

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Sniper007 says...

I don't want a &$*%ing technical paper. I want a URL where I can download the software. I will buy whatever card they want at any price. I need this.

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Januari says...

Even a conservative can produce something with enough hate, bigotry and ignorance fueling them. Don't sell yourself short Bob.

bobknight33 said:

Thank you newtboy

I was just amazed that a conservative skit had some quality to it.

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Emotional Wedding Haka

toferyu says...

I get where you're coming from.

But I'll tell you with this my feelings are more along the likes of

**Jealousy** : Wish I had that type of communion at my wedding or any type of gathering of friends : pure and raw expression of individual and shared emotions... which brings me to :

**Shame** : In a way I fell this shouldn't be shared with anyone else that wasn't there that day.

Sagemind said:

I'm going be honest here.
I'm getting tired of seeing Haka all over social media.
But maybe not in the way you think.

It's a deeply emotional and personal dedication of feelings and respect. It's amazing and a great show of power which presents and reinforces the dedication a group has to another.

It's deeply spiritual and steeped in tradition.

But the way it's plastered all over Social Media, it's become a spectacle. It's become something to gawk at, and it trivializes what's really going on. It's so deeply personal. This exchange is more of an experience in it's presentation.

Of course this is just my opinion. My opinion is irrelevant in this matter, and I would never try to force my opinion on others. I'm not advocating some kind of Social Justice enforcement or cultural appropreation, or what ever the internet trend is.

FOR ME, I just feel the deep importance is stripped away as we look in. It would be fine if I saw one or two, and I experienced the power to understand it. But it seems like every time I turn on my computer, someone else has posted another one. (This one isn't new to me, I've seen it in at lease 20 other places on the web on other SM platforms. It's becoming a meme which does it some discredit.

Thanks for letting me voice my thoughts.

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robdot says...

Columbus never landed in the United States or North America. He was an ignorant slave trader who was lost. He thought he had sailed around the earth, when everyone told him that wasn't possible. The size of the earth,was,in fact,known at the time.

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Emotional Wedding Haka

BSR says...

This is the first I've ever heard or seen this. Not knowing the traditional ceremony or history, all I know is that I could relate to it when I first got married at 20.

Emotional Wedding Haka

Ashenkase says...

Your not the only one to relay these thoughts. There are members of the All Blacks that are getting tired of constantly performing the Haka during their contests. 20 times a year is wearing thin on some of them.

This Haka moved me much in the same way as witnessing the Haida perform their traditional dance at a wedding I attended a few years ago in Haida Gwaii.

Sagemind said:

I'm going be honest here.
I'm getting tired of seeing Haka all over social media.
But maybe not in the way you think.

It's a deeply emotional and personal dedication of feelings and respect. It's amazing and a great show of power which presents and reinforces the dedication a group has to another.

It's deeply spiritual and steeped in tradition.

But the way it's plastered all over Social Media, it's become a spectacle. It's become something to gawk at, and it trivializes what's really going on. It's so deeply personal. This exchange is more of an experience in it's presentation.

Of course this is just my opinion. My opinion is irrelevant in this matter, and I would never try to force my opinion on others. I'm not advocating some kind of Social Justice enforcement or cultural appropreation, or what ever the internet trend is.

FOR ME, I just feel the deep importance is stripped away as we look in. It would be fine if I saw one or two, and I experienced the power to understand it. But it seems like every time I turn on my computer, someone else has posted another one. (This one isn't new to me, I've seen it in at lease 20 other places on the web on other SM platforms. It's becoming a meme which does it some discredit.

Thanks for letting me voice my thoughts.

Trumpasaurus Rex



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