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If I found a man unattractive, I might not buy a bed from him. An attractive woman attached to the guy might be able to cancel out my previously-stated feelings in this matter. I sold my bed today. Money is good.
 

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Asteriktos said:
If I found a man unattractive, I might not buy a bed from him. An attractive woman attached to the guy might be able to cancel out my previously-stated feelings in this matter. I sold my bed today. Money is good.
I don't know if I'd buy a bed from conjoined fraternal twins.
 

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Another man claims to be Jesus...

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/im-jesus-riverland-man-says/story-e6frea83-1226055976446
 

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Churches in the Free State of Bavaria look kind of like Slavic Orthodox churches.
 

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Another man claims to be Jesus...

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/im-jesus-riverland-man-says/story-e6frea83-1226055976446
 

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ZealousZeal said:
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Went outside this morning to enjoy the day's first cigarette and got scared by a strange cat walking atop my fence. Do you think it was a sign from the Great Platypus? I don't want to be a victim of prelest, but it's really feeling like a sign.
It was a sign to switch to American Spirits, the Eco-Friendly Cigarette.
Forget the ecology.

They are not treated with accelerants and thus don't go up in smoke while you ain't smoking them.

If you are south enough to get Kentucky's Best (to ZZ, who I believe is in Ohio) they are similar and cheaper, if of lower grade and less tobacco.
I'm near Dayton, so pretty south. I've never heard of Kentucky's Best, but that doesn't mean anything other than I've always just mindlessly bought Marlboro Menthols. They're a lot cheaper here than in NY, that's for sure. Does Kentucky's Best have menthol?
Dayton ain't south.

Menthol? Marlboro Methols? You are dead to me.
 

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Just spent another chunk of time cleaning out some of my storage center. Threw up again. What is it about old boxes that makes me run for the door?  ???
 

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orthonorm said:
ZealousZeal said:
orthonorm said:
JamesRottnek said:
ZealousZeal said:
Went outside this morning to enjoy the day's first cigarette and got scared by a strange cat walking atop my fence. Do you think it was a sign from the Great Platypus? I don't want to be a victim of prelest, but it's really feeling like a sign.
It was a sign to switch to American Spirits, the Eco-Friendly Cigarette.
Forget the ecology.

They are not treated with accelerants and thus don't go up in smoke while you ain't smoking them.

If you are south enough to get Kentucky's Best (to ZZ, who I believe is in Ohio) they are similar and cheaper, if of lower grade and less tobacco.
I'm near Dayton, so pretty south. I've never heard of Kentucky's Best, but that doesn't mean anything other than I've always just mindlessly bought Marlboro Menthols. They're a lot cheaper here than in NY, that's for sure. Does Kentucky's Best have menthol?
Dayton ain't south.

Menthol? Marlboro Methols? You are dead to me.
Menthol is delicious, sir! I know my truth!

Also- You don't think Dayton is south? It's at least southwest.
 

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ZealousZeal said:
orthonorm said:
ZealousZeal said:
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Went outside this morning to enjoy the day's first cigarette and got scared by a strange cat walking atop my fence. Do you think it was a sign from the Great Platypus? I don't want to be a victim of prelest, but it's really feeling like a sign.
It was a sign to switch to American Spirits, the Eco-Friendly Cigarette.
Forget the ecology.

They are not treated with accelerants and thus don't go up in smoke while you ain't smoking them.

If you are south enough to get Kentucky's Best (to ZZ, who I believe is in Ohio) they are similar and cheaper, if of lower grade and less tobacco.
I'm near Dayton, so pretty south. I've never heard of Kentucky's Best, but that doesn't mean anything other than I've always just mindlessly bought Marlboro Menthols. They're a lot cheaper here than in NY, that's for sure. Does Kentucky's Best have menthol?
Dayton ain't south.

Menthol? Marlboro Methols? You are dead to me.
Menthol is delicious, sir! I know my truth!

Also- You don't think Dayton is south? It's at least southwest.
For menthol to be delicious, mint would have to be delicious.  As mint is anything but delicious, you lose.
 

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Are Antiochian Orthodox Christians commonly referred to as "Greek Orthodox"? Nobody I know in the world knows what Eastern Orthodoxy is but Greek Orthodoxy is fairly well known.
 

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William said:
Are Antiochian Orthodox Christians commonly referred to as "Greek Orthodox"? Nobody I know in the world knows what Eastern Orthodoxy is but Greek Orthodoxy is fairly well known.
Perhaps not "commonly" but the Church is correctly named the "Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All The East". Here's a link.
 

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genesisone said:
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Are Antiochian Orthodox Christians commonly referred to as "Greek Orthodox"? Nobody I know in the world knows what Eastern Orthodoxy is but Greek Orthodoxy is fairly well known.
Perhaps not "commonly" but the Church is correctly named the "Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All The East". Here's a link.
Actually, "Greek" is an "Anglo-sensitive" translation.  Actually it is "Roman Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch and All the East."
 

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FatherHLL said:
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Churches in the Free State of Bavaria look kind of like Slavic Orthodox churches.
Correct
My tour guide said it was from Turkish influence. I guess both Russians and Bavarians interacted with the Ottomans a lot.
 

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JamesRottnek said:
Asteriktos said:
If I found a man unattractive, I might not buy a bed from him. An attractive woman attached to the guy might be able to cancel out my previously-stated feelings in this matter. I sold my bed today. Money is good.
I don't know if I'd buy a bed from conjoined fraternal twins.
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This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.  ::)
 

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FatherHLL said:
This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
 

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JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
What's green or brown to you may be pink to those of us who have reached the 8th step of divine enlightenment...
 

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Aindriú said:
What's green and has wheels?
The incredible hulk. Ain't no bodybuilder in the world with wheels that big. Specially those calves. Needs to work on those lats though.

 

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JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
I'm staring at a banana tree right in front of me 9 foot tall and stalk is green, leaves are green.  You must live up north.  But yes, if you would prefer, trees are "green" most of the time.  Leaves are part of the tree, the trunk and twigs aren't the whole of it.  You are one of those guys who corrects poetry: 

"the plush green of the mountains glimmered like a rolling heap of emeralds"

response:  "mountains aren't green, they are rock and dirt"

Nevertheless, thank you for calling and sharing.  ;)
 

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FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
I'm staring at a banana tree right in front of me 9 foot tall and stalk is green, leaves are green.  You must live up north.  But yes, if you would prefer, trees are "green" most of the time.  Leaves are part of the tree, the trunk and twigs aren't the whole of it.  You are one of those guys who corrects poetry: 

"the plush green of the mountains glimmered like a rolling heap of emeralds"

response:  "mountains aren't green, they are rock and dirt"

Nevertheless, thank you for calling and sharing.   ;)
Unless you live south of the border, I am much most definitely not up north.  I live in a land of sand and palm trees, of cacti and rattlesnakes, of desert flowers and sun stroke.
 

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JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
I'm staring at a banana tree right in front of me 9 foot tall and stalk is green, leaves are green.  You must live up north.  But yes, if you would prefer, trees are "green" most of the time.  Leaves are part of the tree, the trunk and twigs aren't the whole of it.  You are one of those guys who corrects poetry: 

"the plush green of the mountains glimmered like a rolling heap of emeralds"

response:  "mountains aren't green, they are rock and dirt"

Nevertheless, thank you for calling and sharing.   ;)
Unless you live south of the border, I am much most definitely not up north.  I live in a land of sand and palm trees, of cacti and rattlesnakes, of desert flowers and sun stroke.
I stand corrected.  You actually do look at non-green mountains.  I still am probably south of you, though, unless you are in deep south Texas. 
 

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FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
I'm staring at a banana tree right in front of me 9 foot tall and stalk is green, leaves are green.  You must live up north.  But yes, if you would prefer, trees are "green" most of the time.  Leaves are part of the tree, the trunk and twigs aren't the whole of it.  You are one of those guys who corrects poetry: 

"the plush green of the mountains glimmered like a rolling heap of emeralds"

response:  "mountains aren't green, they are rock and dirt"

Nevertheless, thank you for calling and sharing.   ;)
Unless you live south of the border, I am much most definitely not up north.  I live in a land of sand and palm trees, of cacti and rattlesnakes, of desert flowers and sun stroke.
I stand corrected.  You actually do look at non-green mountains.  I still am probably south of you, though, unless you are in deep south Texas. 
Hmm, you might be southwest of me then.  I'm in Arizona.
 

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JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
I'm staring at a banana tree right in front of me 9 foot tall and stalk is green, leaves are green.  You must live up north.  But yes, if you would prefer, trees are "green" most of the time.  Leaves are part of the tree, the trunk and twigs aren't the whole of it.  You are one of those guys who corrects poetry: 

"the plush green of the mountains glimmered like a rolling heap of emeralds"

response:  "mountains aren't green, they are rock and dirt"

Nevertheless, thank you for calling and sharing.   ;)
Unless you live south of the border, I am much most definitely not up north.  I live in a land of sand and palm trees, of cacti and rattlesnakes, of desert flowers and sun stroke.
I stand corrected.  You actually do look at non-green mountains.  I still am probably south of you, though, unless you are in deep south Texas. 
Hmm, you might be southwest of me then.  I'm in Arizona.
No, I'm far far southeast of you, the land of sunshine, pristine waters, and too many redlights at this point (but still better than those northerners in Orlando). 
 

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FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
I'm staring at a banana tree right in front of me 9 foot tall and stalk is green, leaves are green.  You must live up north.  But yes, if you would prefer, trees are "green" most of the time.  Leaves are part of the tree, the trunk and twigs aren't the whole of it.  You are one of those guys who corrects poetry: 

"the plush green of the mountains glimmered like a rolling heap of emeralds"

response:  "mountains aren't green, they are rock and dirt"

Nevertheless, thank you for calling and sharing.   ;)
Unless you live south of the border, I am much most definitely not up north.  I live in a land of sand and palm trees, of cacti and rattlesnakes, of desert flowers and sun stroke.
I stand corrected.  You actually do look at non-green mountains.  I still am probably south of you, though, unless you are in deep south Texas. 
Hmm, you might be southwest of me then.  I'm in Arizona.
No, I'm far far southeast of you, the land of sunshine, pristine waters, and too many redlights at this point (but still better than those northerners in Orlando).   
Whoops, mixed up my west and east. 
 

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JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
JamesRottnek said:
FatherHLL said:
This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
I'm staring at a banana tree right in front of me 9 foot tall and stalk is green, leaves are green.  You must live up north.  But yes, if you would prefer, trees are "green" most of the time.  Leaves are part of the tree, the trunk and twigs aren't the whole of it.  You are one of those guys who corrects poetry: 

"the plush green of the mountains glimmered like a rolling heap of emeralds"

response:  "mountains aren't green, they are rock and dirt"

Nevertheless, thank you for calling and sharing.   ;)
Unless you live south of the border, I am much most definitely not up north.  I live in a land of sand and palm trees, of cacti and rattlesnakes, of desert flowers and sun stroke.
I stand corrected.  You actually do look at non-green mountains.  I still am probably south of you, though, unless you are in deep south Texas. 
Hmm, you might be southwest of me then.  I'm in Arizona.
No, I'm far far southeast of you, the land of sunshine, pristine waters, and too many redlights at this point (but still better than those northerners in Orlando).   
Whoops, mixed up my west and east. 
this is crazy talk, orlando being north. all of you guys are in the deep south, relative to me here in Buffalo
 

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TheMathematician said:
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FatherHLL said:
This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
I'm staring at a banana tree right in front of me 9 foot tall and stalk is green, leaves are green.  You must live up north.  But yes, if you would prefer, trees are "green" most of the time.  Leaves are part of the tree, the trunk and twigs aren't the whole of it.  You are one of those guys who corrects poetry: 

"the plush green of the mountains glimmered like a rolling heap of emeralds"

response:  "mountains aren't green, they are rock and dirt"

Nevertheless, thank you for calling and sharing.   ;)
Unless you live south of the border, I am much most definitely not up north.  I live in a land of sand and palm trees, of cacti and rattlesnakes, of desert flowers and sun stroke.
I stand corrected.  You actually do look at non-green mountains.  I still am probably south of you, though, unless you are in deep south Texas. 
Hmm, you might be southwest of me then.  I'm in Arizona.
No, I'm far far southeast of you, the land of sunshine, pristine waters, and too many redlights at this point (but still better than those northerners in Orlando).   
Whoops, mixed up my west and east. 
this is crazy talk, orlando being north. all of you guys are in the deep south, relative to me here in Buffalo
Buffalo sounds like an uncivilized place to live.  James and I even hear rumors of ice storms.  You should at least move to a more liveable place.  You can at least move down south to a place up north, like North Carolina or Colorado. 
 

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FatherHLL said:
TheMathematician said:
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This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
I'm staring at a banana tree right in front of me 9 foot tall and stalk is green, leaves are green.  You must live up north.  But yes, if you would prefer, trees are "green" most of the time.  Leaves are part of the tree, the trunk and twigs aren't the whole of it.  You are one of those guys who corrects poetry:  

"the plush green of the mountains glimmered like a rolling heap of emeralds"

response:  "mountains aren't green, they are rock and dirt"

Nevertheless, thank you for calling and sharing.   ;)
Unless you live south of the border, I am much most definitely not up north.  I live in a land of sand and palm trees, of cacti and rattlesnakes, of desert flowers and sun stroke.
I stand corrected.  You actually do look at non-green mountains.  I still am probably south of you, though, unless you are in deep south Texas.  
Hmm, you might be southwest of me then.  I'm in Arizona.
No, I'm far far southeast of you, the land of sunshine, pristine waters, and too many redlights at this point (but still better than those northerners in Orlando).  
Whoops, mixed up my west and east.  
this is crazy talk, orlando being north. all of you guys are in the deep south, relative to me here in Buffalo
Buffalo sounds like an uncivilized place to live.  James and I even hear rumors of ice storms.  You should at least move to a more liveable place.  You can at least move down south to a place up north, like North Carolina or Colorado.  
Dust storms and thunder storms are the only kind of storm I've experienced, myself.  I wonder if this "ice storm" isn't just a myth.  No one's yet proven to me that ice can exist outside a freezer for very long to begin with.
 

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orthonorm said:
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You don't think Dayton is south? It's at least southwest.
You.

Me.

Questions?
Not really. I still think it's obviously south. You're definitely south-er, but it's not like Dayton is chilling with Toledo.
 

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FatherHLL said:
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JamesRottnek said:
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This is the silliest thread ever.  Trees are green...most of the time.   ::)
Actually, trees are usually brown.  Leaves are green most of the time.
I'm staring at a banana tree right in front of me 9 foot tall and stalk is green, leaves are green.  You must live up north.  But yes, if you would prefer, trees are "green" most of the time.  Leaves are part of the tree, the trunk and twigs aren't the whole of it.  You are one of those guys who corrects poetry: 

"the plush green of the mountains glimmered like a rolling heap of emeralds"

response:  "mountains aren't green, they are rock and dirt"

Nevertheless, thank you for calling and sharing.   ;)
Unless you live south of the border, I am much most definitely not up north.  I live in a land of sand and palm trees, of cacti and rattlesnakes, of desert flowers and sun stroke.
I stand corrected.  You actually do look at non-green mountains.  I still am probably south of you, though, unless you are in deep south Texas. 
Hmm, you might be southwest of me then.  I'm in Arizona.
No, I'm far far southeast of you, the land of sunshine, pristine waters, and too many redlights at this point (but still better than those northerners in Orlando).   
Whoops, mixed up my west and east. 
this is crazy talk, orlando being north. all of you guys are in the deep south, relative to me here in Buffalo
Buffalo sounds like an uncivilized place to live.  James and I even hear rumors of ice storms.  You should at least move to a more liveable place.  You can at least move down south to a place up north, like North Carolina or Colorado. 
Try Tromsø, Norway...
 
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