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yeldarb1983 2 points ago +2 / -0

there's...a tipping point...beyond that I say just make banana bread/pancakes with it...

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

If I recall, buttermilk is 'meh' for me...been a while since I tried it, though.

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yeldarb1983 2 points ago +2 / -0

There's an old tale I once heard about a bishop or a doctor or some such who took in a young boy who was extremely poor (presumably in the middle ages, but who the hell knows).

Supposedly, along with other odd tales, one day he caught the boy drinking milk that has clearly gone bad, and he took it away from him, causing the boy to cry for being deprived of food.

To calm the boy, the man in question immediately got him some fresh milk, which the boy immediately tore into, then complained that it didn't have much flavor.

Don't really have a point, just a funny story, though I will say I can usually tell when milk's about to go bad, because it tastes a hell of a lot better right before it sours.

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

...So what was the bill about?

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yeldarb1983 4 points ago +4 / -0

emphasis mine

According to several reports, the one-time attorney was enjoying his birthday bash at the Palm Beach home of Caroline Wren

...and last good mayor of New York you skeevy bastards...

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yeldarb1983 11 points ago +11 / -0

Okay, I've gotten about an hour into the video you linked, and my brain is running a mile a minute, and none of it is in any way focused. Just gonna drop some mental notes here, see if anyone else finds them useful (apologies, these are gonna vaguely resemble a Q drop, not trying to imitate that style or be disrespectful, but these are scattered thoughts)

  • Why do the cowboy boots stand out to Meghan? were they unusual for John Walsh's wardrobe at the time?

  • What were the normal daily habits for the known people the case is centered around? are there any noticeable discrepancies in the time leading up to the disappearance of Adam and the later discovery of his body?

  • What maps, floor plans, merchandise locations are known about the various points of interest relevant to the case?

  • Lampshading is a common Hollywood trope for hiding unbelievable elements within a narrative. Does that relate somehow?

  • within the last 60 years, the U.S. has gone from a largely high trust to a largely low trust society, and the Adam Walsh case no doubt played a pivotal role in that. Who would stand to gain from such a change?

  • Assuming Gino is correct and John Walsh is a figurehead, who would he be a figurehead for? Figurehead and puppet are in this context synonymous, so who would be the puppetmaster?

That's what I've got so far...ow.

gave myself brain strain...

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yeldarb1983 3 points ago +3 / -0

...meanwhile we're tearing up old-growth forests to plant solar panels...

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

...not gonna lie, another sixty billion to urkraine would be a steal to make this happen...

hell, throw israel and hamas Both ten billion, and it's still a deal at this point......

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yeldarb1983 5 points ago +5 / -0

when the sleaveball hollywood lawyer is calling it, you know it's bad...

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yeldarb1983 2 points ago +2 / -0

something to keep in mind is the owl is a symbol in a lot of mythology.

As an example, my first thought was Athena from the ancient hellenistic religion of greece.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athena

not saying anything definitive here, but sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

living in a college town just outside longview... got a redneck coworker who goes to starbucks, lmao.

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yeldarb1983 3 points ago +3 / -0

their arguments only make sense under carefully crafted context, a simple visual gag with minimal text isn't compatible with that context, which they mistakenly refer to as "nuance"

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

damn, worth a shot.

...don't suppose you're based out of NE texas?

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

damn, worth a shot.

...don't suppose you're based out of NE texas?

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

all I know is twenty minutes after I plug my urn in, I have forty cups of fantastic coffee, and that's with cheap coffee like folgers or the various store brands

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

nah, there's a level of bad that no amount of cream and sugar can save.

I've tried.

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0
  1. do they offer coarse ground?

  2. do they have a website? lol

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yeldarb1983 2 points ago +2 / -0

...besides, it's not get woke go broke

it's "go broke, get woke, eventually croak"

these companies don't all of a sudden wake up and decide to embrace nonsense, they hit financial hardship, adopt woke policies to get major investment capital, and it drives their paying customers away.

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yeldarb1983 3 points ago +3 / -0

...I can't prove this, but I'm convinced that nine times out of ten, "burnt" coffee isn't burnt, they just used too many grounds...

halve the manufacturer's reccomended amount and tweak as necessary, all I'm saying.

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yeldarb1983 4 points ago +4 / -0

the sad part is it's childishly simple to make good coffee at home once you know how... Hell, I make damn good coffee with store brand grounds in one of the 'hardest' machines to use, a coffee urn

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

Chrichton was pretty based in general, honestly, and his books are hard to go wrong with. I'd give you a list, but I'd be here forever, lol

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yeldarb1983 2 points ago +2 / -0

Relevant book to look up if you're interested in the ins and outs of the relationship between airplane manufacturers and airlines; Airframe by Michael Crichton. Also a good redpill for normies on the fake news media.

basically, the airlines are the plane manufacturers customers, so if they make a fucked up decision against the advice of Boeing, etc. then the manufacturer has to keep their mouth shut or risk losing a customer.

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

...even the parts that sound legitimately bad have that stink of mental gymnastics that you learn to recognize after a while.

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yeldarb1983 2 points ago +2 / -0

I dunno, maybe it's the angle of the one photo. like I said, I wasn't implying anything. I just thought it was weird, lol

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