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Jackjet10 1 point ago +1 / -0

Satan gets really f^#€ed by the people who have Christ in their souls — and it’s a shitload!

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Jackjet10 3 points ago +3 / -0

It’s really curious isn’t it-they went through this crap many times before but still want to do it “ one more time “ ...

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Jackjet10 21 points ago +21 / -0

That’s why it’s Clown World — no logically thinking being of any galaxy could understand or comprehend it🤡👽🌏

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Jackjet10 3 points ago +3 / -0

I have personally known 2 of these insane creatures— their children— if they even survive to adulthood- one I knew suicided at 17 — don’t do well in life — best they can hope for is stay home with mommy until she dies then what’s next ?

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Jackjet10 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well I live in rural Texas so... we almost never wore masks — back in the day you did and don’t now and most likely will never do it again—Whoopie ti yi oh git along little doggies..

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Jackjet10 3 points ago +3 / -0

Probably won’t live to go to trial ..we’ll see but I imagine they’ll prevent a conviction

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Jackjet10 3 points ago +3 / -0

thephantom1979 - you are my favorite on the GAW - I grew up in the Deep South-/NOLA/ went to school with and lived with and was always around people who had darker skin than me— I’m white/ blonde and blue-eyed; we cut up at PE whether a lighter skinned black chic and I could get a darker tan - cause we cut up — got along — loved each other—wtf happened is all media and driven by forces not realistic in my world

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Jackjet10 4 points ago +4 / -0

One of the most brilliant humorists of the last 50 years

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Jackjet10 3 points ago +3 / -0

I only know from personal experience— my grandfather on the paternal side was a Mason and apparently asked my dad to join — I was preteen /teen but remember my dad telling me he was as polite as possible to his dad to decline but personally told me he thought it was weird / sick stuff ( this was in the 60’s) My grandmother went on to become Eastern Star and was so proud of it- I remember her posing in her red velvet chair with her white dress on for my dad to take her photo .. My mother in law- who grew up on a ranch in Texas hill country raising sheep— not cattle Told me shortly after I married her son —“my dad was a mason and when I joined the WACS” (Women’s Army Corps) for those under 65- “ if you ever need anything say your dad is a Mason and they’ll take care of you “

I thought it was funny since my own father ran from the Mason connection and warned my about it when I was around 12-13 and have been wary of the “Rite” ever since

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Jackjet10 10 points ago +10 / -0

Truly — my grandad grew 1 acre of sweet corn — best you ever tasted— nothing like it

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Jackjet10 3 points ago +3 / -0

My dad was a medical researcher— always searching including/ never discounting old ways cures ( we searched many old book stores securing old home remedies from medieval times and before ) he felt these had validity as did I — taught my now adult kids to research everything in any way possible before drawing an opinion/ conclusion—- kid them everyday “ We come from a long line of researchers” Most people are too lazy to even research the breed of dog they get .

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Jackjet10 5 points ago +5 / -0

For awhile in the late 80’s- early 90’s? It was the venue for traveling exhibitions— saw Ramses ( Pharoah) exhibit there in 87

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Jackjet10 2 points ago +2 / -0

As I earlier explained again to a millennial who is based but not as experienced as I — we are a different Nation compared to any other — first we started as a revolutionary army—- secondly- we are still armed and THEY know it

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