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NobodyLikesSplatter 7 points ago +7 / -0

That’s good. Well, I’m praying for him. The problem I have is- I like details-so I can try to figure out how to help. But I’m glad it isn’t those meds. I’ve been there.

I’m sorry this is so hard. I know that no matter what, God is with you, we are with you and we are here to help. Stay strong, the sun always rises. I always remember this, even in darkest hours:

“I will not leave you comfortless: I will come to you.” — John 14:18

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NobodyLikesSplatter 5 points ago +5 / -0

I’m praying for him. Question- is he on SSRIs?

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NobodyLikesSplatter 4 points ago +4 / -0

Consider looking into working as a security officer. The licensing is usually about 40 hours class work and they’re paying a lot more now $15-20 or more an hour. A lot of fellow vets do this for additional income etc. look at Craigslist and indeed for security work in your area.

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NobodyLikesSplatter 2 points ago +2 / -0

The thing about Joe Rogan is that he’s had a broad audience for a long, long time. From his martial arts to UFC to comedy and the general podcast- I know so many people who follow him and have so for years but not for political reasons. To have Tucker on his show is just a big wow for me. Here it is, folks. You won’t hear this on MSM or even on Tik Tok. Soak it up, ruminate on it and see where it takes us. I can imagine him saying that. I think things are changing rapidly. It’s all good.

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NobodyLikesSplatter 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’m not sure. I guess either they’ve been banned, they deleted their account or are bots. Sorry, I don’t have a decent answer but I remember early on looking at my list of followers and finding a whole lot of them and being the ocd person I am, needing a way to get them off my list. The blank to me just seems to say they are gone. Sorta messy imho.

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NobodyLikesSplatter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just had this happen with a user with like a 25 count post score though he/she’s been around for a couple years and comment history is overall contrary to others. I deleted my post because I was trying to help some people out who were interested in the matter-and he/she sniped on it right away and I think that’s their MO. Snipe, cause deflation and less board action. I’ve noticed this for a very long time personally. It’s like they lay in wait and must have a situation going on like that Southpark episode where they’re gaming in the basement- fat, bloated, eating hot pockets and their mom is coming with a bucket to have them take dumps in. They lurk and pounce and occasionally comment in what they think is a brilliantly negative way. .

But I’ve noticed this a lot and it’s directly why I don’t post much anymore unless I’m ridiculously excited about something but even then I get my stuff shot down and field stripped and nobody even sees it really. I’m here to help. I’ve never attacked anyone personally. Not once. I don’t criticize. I don’t doom. I try to be humorous when possible. I’m too dumb to sit at the grownup’s table so I keep it simple but geeeeez I’m tired. Been here a long, long time and it has changed a lot here.

It used to be a friendly and supportive place. A full breath of fresh air and safe haven from the foaming at the mouth, viscous attacks and negativity at Patriots.win. There used to be no dooming allowed and that was a strict rule, there used to be no cursing (specifically F bombs,) there used to be no personal attacks, there used to be no antisemitism etc. I’m just tired. Don’t know where else to go though.

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NobodyLikesSplatter 2 points ago +2 / -0

LOL “Hell Spawn” hot. That was horrible in a good way. Now we know where he got his campaign dance moves from. Much love!

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NobodyLikesSplatter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just as an aside- if you ever look at your followers on TS and there is a blank on the side that says “follow” or “unfollow,” click on the person’s name and the hit “block” which is under the “...” tab at the top right of their profile. I just like getting rid of the deadwood.

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NobodyLikesSplatter 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’ve listened to it twice. So worth the time. Holy shit is right! I had trouble sleeping the first night I listened to it. It was kind of cool learning more about him-such as how he doesn’t have a TV or Internet at home, no email, only texts and so on. I was trying to figure out how he does his research? He’s a dead head! The story about his brother and the shrooms LOL. He seems so awake, indeed. If anyone is daunted by the length- just multitask while listening.

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NobodyLikesSplatter 3 points ago +3 / -0

Dated a dancer- they say “merde” which means “shit” which means “have a good performance” or whatever. It’s for luck or “hopefully you won’t get dropped on your head or slip and fall or forget everything you’ve trained for or have a costume malfunction” (which happens a fair amount of time.)

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NobodyLikesSplatter 7 points ago +7 / -0

The Shawn Ryan show, many excellent interviews but some fascinating ones are with: (episodes 95 and 96 on Pandora but he’s on all of the platforms)

“Joe McMoneagle is a former U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer and was among the first Remote Viewers to be recruited into the previously classified Stargate Project. Project Stargate was the United States' first organized research into psychic phenomena via the Defense Intelligence Agency and contractor SRI International. In this episode, McMoneagle takes us back to the early days of the Vietnam War and how he was recruited into intelligence operations. The height of the Cold War fueled appetites for advantages over the United States' enemies and gave way to the CIA's push into "psychic and extra sensory perception" research and military applications. Post his military retirement, McMoneagle authored several books to critical acclaim like "The Stargate Chronicles: Memoirs of a Psychic Spy" and continued his work via his private venture–Intuitive Intelligence Applications, Inc. He now teaches Remote Viewing at The Monroe Institute, a world leader in human consciousness exploration.”

And

Col. John Alexander who “is a former Army Special Forces Commander with an impeccable career in leadership across multiple agencies and programs within the U.S. intelligence community. Alexander lead Special Forces teams as an Officer during the Vietnam War. He would later serve as the Chief of Human Technology at INSCOM and Army Inspector General. Alexander's work inspired and was heavily featured in the book and adapted film "Men Who Stare at Goats." He is widely credited with leading the way in researching non-lethal weapons and military applications of the paranormal. In this episode, Alexander recounts his experience in Vietnam and the brutality of jungle warfare. Through his experience, he began to see the power of coincidence and intuition. This led him to pursue greater knowledge via the Army Intelligence and Security Command. It was there he helped transform the United State's approach to the paranormal. Post retirement, Alexander became the Program Manager for Non-Lethal Defense at Los Alamos National Laboratory–the same lab responsible for the creation of the Atomic Bomb. Today, he is a successful Author and continues his work as a researcher.”

I also listen to War Stories Official Podcast (police, vets, firefighters,) Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know, The Way I Heard It/Mike Rowe, Lore and Cabinet of Curiosities with Aaron Mahnke, Huberman Lab and lately Family Ghosts. So many others, actually.

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NobodyLikesSplatter 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah only not for vets unless they have 100% disability. @sshole.

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