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mmtwo 11 points ago +11 / -0

i hear you fren. its painful to think about.

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mmtwo 4 points ago +4 / -0

Just a thought. But the Massage Court just wrapped up yesterday. And we had the cellular carriers shitshow today . . I'm thinking about how they shut down the net for a bit when the arrested him and were worried about his deadmans switch. Could they be connected? And I'm posting this when I'm going to bed.kek. I'll check back in the morning.night frens... edit. kek. Julian Assange. not massage. was half asleep

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mmtwo 1 point ago +1 / -0

darkness noun dark·​ness ˈdärk-nəs Synonyms of darkness : the quality or state of being dark: such as a : the total or near total absence of light There was almost no light when he opened his eyes again. The darkness of night was thick and for a moment he began to panic again. —Gary Paulsen b (1) : the quality of being dark in shade or color the darkness of the old wooden floor the darkness of these blues and greens : dark color or colors In O'Donnell's paintings, darkness pre-dominates. If there are bright colors, they are painted over a deep-hued ground. —Richard Kalina (2) : the quality of being dark in complexion Few people know the isolation Owens endured during his childhood in Alexander City, Ala. Other kids teased him mercilessly for the darkness of his skin and his beanpole physique. —Jeffri Chadiha c (1) : a gloomy or depressed state or tone I'm not suicidal, clinically depressed, or bipolar, but I am subject to mood swings. … I've tried a number of different mental techniques, mostly prayer, visualization, and meditation, but nothing has worked to lighten my darkness. —Will Manley And the other darkness was a tremendous sorrow, a deep sadness that her mother was dead and that the princess could, now, only talk to her in her dreams. —Kate DiCamillo What, I wondered, did the good man of the cloth make of the reckless humor, the anger and the darkness of those late works? —Russell Banks (2) : EVIL From the same source he drew the picture of a heavenly visitor, a god who comes to earth to impart true knowledge … and save humanity from the powers of darkness. —J. Louis Martyn (3) : a lack of knowledge or enlightenment In 1492, the intellectual darkness that shrouded Europe for centuries was slowly, almost grudgingly lifting. —Bob Fisher https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/darkness

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mmtwo 1 point ago +1 / -0

darkness noun dark·​ness ˈdärk-nəs Synonyms of darkness : the quality or state of being dark: such as a : the total or near total absence of light There was almost no light when he opened his eyes again. The darkness of night was thick and for a moment he began to panic again. —Gary Paulsen b (1) : the quality of being dark in shade or color the darkness of the old wooden floor the darkness of these blues and greens : dark color or colors In O'Donnell's paintings, darkness pre-dominates. If there are bright colors, they are painted over a deep-hued ground. —Richard Kalina (2) : the quality of being dark in complexion Few people know the isolation Owens endured during his childhood in Alexander City, Ala. Other kids teased him mercilessly for the darkness of his skin and his beanpole physique. —Jeffri Chadiha c (1) : a gloomy or depressed state or tone I'm not suicidal, clinically depressed, or bipolar, but I am subject to mood swings. … I've tried a number of different mental techniques, mostly prayer, visualization, and meditation, but nothing has worked to lighten my darkness. —Will Manley And the other darkness was a tremendous sorrow, a deep sadness that her mother was dead and that the princess could, now, only talk to her in her dreams. —Kate DiCamillo What, I wondered, did the good man of the cloth make of the reckless humor, the anger and the darkness of those late works? —Russell Banks (2) : EVIL From the same source he drew the picture of a heavenly visitor, a god who comes to earth to impart true knowledge … and save humanity from the powers of darkness. —J. Louis Martyn (3) : a lack of knowledge or enlightenment In 1492, the intellectual darkness that shrouded Europe for centuries was slowly, almost grudgingly lifting. —Bob Fisher https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/darkness

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mmtwo 3 points ago +3 / -0

I was fast asleep and phone woke me up. kek. and i see this post. Storm comms and a Trump card. whoooa

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mmtwo 6 points ago +6 / -0

Readers added context they thought people might want to know.... The Ambassador’s residence was not raided. The Secret Service were investigating a possible trespassing incident after an alarm was tripped at the empty residence. One of the duties of the Secret Service is to protect the facilities of Foreign Missions. https://twitter.com/KyleMazzaWUNF/status/1758312009727201759?s=20

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mmtwo 3 points ago +3 / -0

Police: 1 dead, as many as 15 injured in shooting near Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade. WCNC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-TsyIXBQWU

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