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    Its not as if anything bad can happen to you in...

    Its not as if anything bad can happen to you in Hawaii. Try taking a trip to Iran and relying on the power of prayer.
  2. Seriously, how many millenials do you hang out...

    Seriously, how many millenials do you hang out with?

    In my experience, Millenial dwellings have fewer trinkets than boomer dwellings. The trinkets are different, of course. You don't find...
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    yeah, and so does cutting through the floor. ...

    yeah, and so does cutting through the floor.

    If you rebuild the toe kick, you can finish it as a piece. If the toe kick doesn't quite match the rest of the cabinet, it doesn't matter as much,...
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    Are you suggesting they got them into the...

    Are you suggesting they got them into the kitchen, but found they couldn't stand them up, so then decided to take them out of the kitchen, downstairs, where they couldn't stand them up either, then...
  5. How can Millenials be consumeristic when they are...

    How can Millenials be consumeristic when they are so poor?

    I'm willing to bet the assumption that they are more consumeristic than Boomers, who built American consumer culture, will crumble like...
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    And how did they get it in the front door? Or...

    And how did they get it in the front door? Or down the stairs to the basement? Most houses' basements have a lower ceiling height than the main floor. Sorry, this isn't a real story.
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    I can't believe that story. How many floor...

    I can't believe that story. How many floor joists did they have to saw through? That's hard work. And a carpet wouldn't cover up a sagging floor.
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    Winner

    Winner
  9. Are there any Trans people starting threads and...

    Are there any Trans people starting threads and yelling hysterical things like "GOD HELP US?"
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    thats new to me. I have heard that solar panels...

    thats new to me. I have heard that solar panels tend to lose efficiency over time, but not needing replacement on that scale. The number appears to be 1% per year.

    If a solar panel pays for...
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    Dirty Harry

    Dirty Harry
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    The order of succession is established by the...

    The order of succession is established by the Presidential Succession Act, not the amendment. The act specifically states that people not meeting the requirement of being president who hold an office...
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    Yes hydrogen moves the carbon footprint...

    Yes hydrogen moves the carbon footprint elsewhere, but if it can be more efficient, it is still a net gain. From the sound of it, the hydrogen trucks can have their hydrogen producer nearby,...
  15. Xi Jinping, who abolished the short lived and...

    Xi Jinping, who abolished the short lived and rather interesting practice of rotating leadership positions, essentially making himself dictator-for-life.
    Life in China is sure great under Comrade...
  16. And I think it is silly to draw a distinction...

    And I think it is silly to draw a distinction between 'Maoism' and the actual philosophy the man propounded. Though i suppose it is all the rage among communists to misinterpret and twist everyone's...
  17. 'Mao Zedong Thought' certainly had its origins...

    'Mao Zedong Thought' certainly had its origins during his lifetime. It came to prominence during 'the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution,' wherein Mao organized a mass movement to eliminate the...
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    US navy patents an improved process for nuclear...

    US navy patents an improved process for nuclear fusion. If true, it could be used as a component in a compact, high yield fusion reactor, to replace fission reactors (and likely any other power...
  19. Yes, Atheism is no better than Christianity. And...

    Yes, Atheism is no better than Christianity. And Christianity is no better than Atheism.

    But, if Christianity were true, Christians would be better than Atheists, wouldn't they? The whole...
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    Didn't we have this thread before? I made...

    Didn't we have this thread before?

    I made the same points as the authors last time around: Industrial societies can create products (and wastes) that last far beyond that of natural materials. ...
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    And how did the big, wooden barge survive the big...

    And how did the big, wooden barge survive the big wave?

    Making up your religion, one wild supposition at a time!

    If you are going to do this sort of thing, you had better be able to keep more...
  22. Small is NOT better when it comes to religion. ...

    Small is NOT better when it comes to religion. The most abusive cults are small. Megachurch owners trade individual control for lucre and social standing. The cult leaders who want small want it...
  23. Dude, we talked about this. Smiley faces are...

    Dude, we talked about this. Smiley faces are extremely common. Coincidences happen all the time, especially where free, popular, low res .bmps are involved.

    And doing elaborate back checks of...
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    I'm perfectly comfortable with an 'alliance' that...

    I'm perfectly comfortable with an 'alliance' that only covers defense goals, not political ones.

    Most alliances are like that. Do you think they should be otherwise?
  25. Just stab it: it's probably a Ninja.

    Just stab it: it's probably a Ninja.
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