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Jeremiahs wife was also a bull frog i presume. That or jeremiah was a transvestite??? Funny i never thought of him in drag.
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Why you gotta be bustin' Jeremiah's chops...?

Hey anural, can you tell me if that frogs tits natural or "bolt on's"?
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LOL @ the anural...that made the AP in me go chuckle
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No tail...

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And if you want an explanation ask Lucy...

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And if you want an explanation ask Lucy...

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Hahahaha! Well Ms. Ulu. Thank you for your kindly responses.

You do know an ulu is a tool used for skinning whales by the Eskimos. They are very sharp! I know, because i almost cut my hand off once with one when i was down on my luck. But that is when i met Jesus. So i am grateful.

Have a great day! Thanks again for the laughs.





:)
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In 1998 a strange story emerged from a village in the remote Kham region of eastern Tibet. It is said that a rainbow appeared one day above the cabin of Khenpo A-chos, a devout lama who had continued to practice and teach Buddhism despite the severe restrictions of the Chinese government. He was in his eighties, but not sick. Nevertheless, he lay down on his bed, began reciting the Tibetan mantra “Om mani padme hum,” and died.

Shortly after the nuns, monks, and others who studied with him began the Tibetan Buddhist prayers that accompany death, they noticed that Khenpo A-chos’s skin began to turn soft and pinkish. His students hurried to another lama to ask about this, and he told them to cover the body and continue their prayers. They placed a thin yellow monk’s cloak over him, and as the days passed, they saw that his body was shrinking. By the end of the week, the students reported, nothing remained—just a few hairs left on the pillow. Khenpo A-chos had apparently become what is known in Tibetan Buddhism as a rainbow body. [link to discovermagazine.com]
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The lama who had been consulted by the students, Lama A-chos (no relation), told him that achieving the rainbow body “is a matter of inner realization. It’s not a philosophical idea. It’s not a metaphor.” He also showed Father Tiso photographs of himself taken while meditating, indicating what looked like light radiating from his body.
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Ahhh id ends in 28. More suiting to the page number. Much better.

:)

Yes, i saw.

The pointer about page 1228. Lol

I am taking some movements away from forums again. Cept that page about the black night. If it should continue.

Have a good one, all you ones. ;)
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Hahahaha! Well Ms. Ulu. Thank you for your kindly responses.

You do know an ulu is a tool used for skinning whales by the Eskimos. They are very sharp! I know, because i almost cut my hand off once with one when i was down on my luck. But that is when i met Jesus. So i am grateful.

Have a great day! Thanks again for the laughs.

:)
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I met Jesus here... thumbs He's a down kind of guy...
You have a great day too...!
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Ahhh id ends in 28. More suiting to the page number. Much better.

:)

Yes, i saw.

The pointer about page 1228. Lol

I am taking some movements away from forums again. Cept that page about the black night. If it should continue.

Have a good one, all you ones. ;)
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I certainly hope the synch you have been experiencing 0 has a bit more substance to it than what you continue to note regarding your rotating user id's.


Those who make, those who ride, and those who do both.

Right?


When then, is then...

hf
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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How the literal fuck do threads get this big.

Back in my day, 300 pages was incredible.
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How the literal fuck do threads get this big.

Back in my day, 300 pages was incredible.
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Participation and Attraction of like Minds.

yinyang



hf
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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How the literal fuck do threads get this big.

Back in my day, 300 pages was incredible.
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Persistance!

And alcohol...

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On the other side are observable phenomena—the backbone of empirical experimentation—that so far have given only the vaguest hints of a consciousness that persists outside of the physical body. History is filled with attempts to prove that the soul is real. In 1921 physician Duncan MacDougall devised the famous “21 grams” experiment to detect the exit of the soul from the body by measuring how a person’s weight changes immediately after death. He monitored six deaths and reported that the people lost anywhere between 11 and 43 grams at death (not always 21 grams as is popularly reported), which he took as the material weight of the soul. Follow-up experiments failed to replicate MacDougall’s findings, and some researchers attributed the weight loss to straightforward processes like the evaporation of water from the body. [link to discovermagazine.com]









One doctor watched the man's chest; another, the movements of his face. Macdougall himself kept his eyes on the scale's indicator. "Suddenly, coincident with death," wrote Macdougall, "the beam end dropped with an audible stroke hitting against the lower limiting bar and remaining there with no rebound. The loss was ascertained to be three-fourths of an ounce." Which is, yes, twenty-one grams. Hollywood metricized their reference to the event for the simply reason that 21 Grams sounds better. Who's going to go see a movie called Point Seven Five Ounces? [link to www.lostmag.com]
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How the literal fuck do threads get this big.

Back in my day, 300 pages was incredible.
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I promised folks speedo shots if we got to page 9999.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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black jack 21


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What I doing in this precorpse club?
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Twenty-one is a Fibonacci number, a Harshad number, a Motzkin number, a triangular number and an octagonal number, as well as a composite number, its proper divisors being 1, 3 and 7.
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21 has an aliquot sum of 11 though it is the second composite number found in the 11-aliquot tree with the abundant square prime 18 being the first such member. Twenty-one is the first number to be the aliquot sum of three numbers 18, 51, 91.

21 appears in the Padovan sequence, preceded by the terms 9, 12, 16 (it is the sum of the first two of these).

The sum of divisors for the integers 1 through 6 is 21.

21 is the smallest non-trivial example of a Fibonacci number whose digits are Fibonacci numbers and whose digit sum is also a Fibonacci number.

21 is a repdigit in base 4 (111).

21 is the smallest natural number that is not close to a power of 2, 2^n, where the range of closeness is +- n.

21 is the smallest number of differently sized squares needed to square the square.
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If you have 3 quarters, 4 dimes, and 4 pennies, you have $1.19. You also have the largest amount of money in coins without being able to make change for a dollar.
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it looks like a date has come forward
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Thread: """""WTF"""" Purple Alien Eggs Found In Arizona Desert 2013 HQ

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Ahhh id ends in 28. More suiting to the page number. Much better.

:)

Yes, i saw.

The pointer about page 1228. Lol

I am taking some movements away from forums again. Cept that page about the black night. If it should continue.

Have a good one, all you ones. ;)
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I certainly hope the synch you have been experiencing 0 has a bit more substance to it than what you continue to note regarding your rotating user id's.


Those who make, those who ride, and those who do both.

Right?


When then, is then...

hf
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It is much more then that... and not just sync dear. Seeing the connections and well the id #s i thought about and they became. That is the reason for noting them, that and i was being sarcastic about reading tooo much into things.. well and i was noting all the aspects of dions post leading back to a common source.. which was a juxtaposition.



Well and playing with aruna luna.



I havent been to ap in a long while.. wonder how old soul is doing.




Lol
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notice the diameter of the sphere is defined by the limit of the vortice
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notice the diameter of the sphere is defined by the limit of the vortice
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hence spherical geometry
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notice the diameter of the sphere is defined by the limit of the vortice
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hence spherical geometry
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which is why

All physical existences are weaved in vortical motion; nothing physical in nature is not vortical.
[link to uvs-model.com]
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look like orbeez but they shrink up when left out of water

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33

41written on a piece of paper, flip it
90 degrees. Hold it to the light!
14 whalah. ;)



Lmao!

better gps that. :l

Okay, back to living life. ;)

Here or there, this side or the other, i will see you where when is then.


Until then.


Infinitely. NOW!


0

Chuckle haven't said that in a while. Lol!
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Ahhh id ends in 28. More suiting to the page number. Much better.

:)

Yes, i saw.

The pointer about page 1228. Lol

I am taking some movements away from forums again. Cept that page about the black night. If it should continue.

Have a good one, all you ones. ;)
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I certainly hope the synch you have been experiencing 0 has a bit more substance to it than what you continue to note regarding your rotating user id's.


Those who make, those who ride, and those who do both.

Right?


When then, is then...

hf
 Quoting: Seer777


It is much more then that... and not just sync dear. Seeing the connections and well the id #s i thought about and they became. That is the reason for noting them, that and i was being sarcastic about reading tooo much into things.. well and i was noting all the aspects of dions post leading back to a common source.. which was a juxtaposition.



Well and playing with aruna luna.



I havent been to ap in a long while.. wonder how old soul is doing.




Lol
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I notice with Dion's posts they often open like a flower. And can take days to open fully.


On another note and if I may...

I do not really enjoy being called 'dear'. I have never liked it, as that is what my mother would call me while utilizing specific tone I always took as patronizing.

IV used it constantly as well.

It's something I would prefer not to be called. If you wouldn't mind.

I hope you understand.



Glad to see you are in good humor.

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Reminds me of the Tree of Life, Fancy.

Missing a circle perhaps...

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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yeah it does, interesting I wonder if little its like holograms, when you slice it in half they remain two wholes type of thing. If that makes sense. Water does that. I saw an experiment where the scientist took a barrel of water and placed a flower in it and the water took on the memory of the flower and when they took out a sample the memory was whole not just a part of the memory.