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i know
i removed all sensation (information) from my reply
when i read what you wrote it prompted me to think as i had not noticed what you told until you did
the depth of what the visual says i explored and decided to cloak my knowing what it tells me
not to deny it, if i am told
to avoid myself telling without prompt to motivate me to tell/confirm
 Quoting: aether


motive forms feeling
did you know that?
 Quoting: aether


c where this is going?


Where you just Expect these sorts of synchronizing ~ Le Palma

And that is when we can recognize the innate of “chronicity”. The Jungian archetype, as I pointed out in the “Know your Archetype” thread was denoted as synchronicity/chronicity. The only alienation being /. There is no separation between instinct and intuition. Thinking more about “transhumanism” I am going to experiment with saying instinct instead of intuition least intuition still reside as something ‘paranormal’ outside of human. Conveniently borrowed by Apple...”Mac’s are intuitive”. Funny how ‘Apple’ was borrowed as well. 'Instinct tells me' that wording feels ‘innate’. And what the hell difference is there between instinct and innate anyway? Maybe collective consciousness attempt to integrate genetic?
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innate feels the cause of instinct as in: information flow/direction is from innate thus instinct is an effect

innate = cause = unaffected by effect

instinct = effect = effected by causes (s)

instinct is influenced by multiple causes many of which, in fact, may be effects but experienced by instincts awareness as a cause until it`s awareness is aware they are not
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unaffected by effect = choice
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motive forms feeling
did you know that?


unaffected by effect = choice
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motive = feeling

when motive (cause) of feeling (effect) is unknown
you are possessed (motivated) with feeling of unknown motive

being possessed (motivated) by unknown motivational feeling

=

there is nothing known that makes sense until you discover the motive of the external motive

Environmental Energy - the Discovery of a new physical Truth: there is no energy in matter other than that received from the environment
 Quoting: Nikola Tesla


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motive forms feeling
did you know that?


unaffected by effect = choice
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motive = feeling

when motive (cause) of feeling (effect) is unknown
you are possessed (motivated) with feeling of unknown motive

being possessed (motivated) by unknown motivational feeling

=

there is nothing known that makes sense until you discover the motive of the external motive

Environmental Energy - the Discovery of a new physical Truth: there is no energy in matter other than that received from the environment
 Quoting: Nikola Tesla


.
 Quoting: aether


we have discovered in our past 60 years the universe we knew was true does not exist
so
there is a lot to discover on the topic external motive tounge
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We can only reflect the universe insofar as we know self. As it is in constant realignment with the biases that create artificial self.

Unfolding would be a good visual cue. As it relates to reflection on opposing surfaces And as it relates to distance in space time.
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We can only reflect the universe insofar as we know self. As it is in constant realignment with the biases that create artificial self.

Unfolding would be a good visual cue. As it relates to reflection on opposing surfaces And as it relates to distance in space time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Time to create hexagrammatical origami to see the relationship and the association with fractal cubic holograms.

conciousness. ephemeral, but constant.
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I got no kick against modern Jazz.


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We can only reflect the universe insofar as we know self. As it is in constant realignment with the biases that create artificial self.

Unfolding would be a good visual cue. As it relates to reflection on opposing surfaces And as it relates to distance in space time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Time to create hexagrammatical origami to see the relationship and the association with fractal cubic holograms.

conciousness. ephemeral, but constant.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I like that...


Reminds me of the ball of light at the end of this video.


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Starts @8.


Morning all :)

hf
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We can only reflect the universe insofar as we know self. As it is in constant realignment with the biases that create artificial self.

Unfolding would be a good visual cue. As it relates to reflection on opposing surfaces And as it relates to distance in space time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Time to create hexagrammatical origami to see the relationship and the association with fractal cubic holograms.

conciousness. ephemeral, but constant.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I like that...


Reminds me of the ball of light at the end of this video.


[link to www.youtube.com]

Starts @8.


Morning all :)

hf
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We are the ball sphering the cube.

And a happy and portentious one to you.

Cheers
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We can only reflect the universe insofar as we know self. As it is in constant realignment with the biases that create artificial self.

Unfolding would be a good visual cue. As it relates to reflection on opposing surfaces And as it relates to distance in space time.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Time to create hexagrammatical origami to see the relationship and the association with fractal cubic holograms.

conciousness. ephemeral, but constant.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I like that...


Reminds me of the ball of light at the end of this video.


[link to www.youtube.com]

Starts @8.


Morning all :)

hf
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conscious process

good morning
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Pandora

In Greek mythology, Pandora (ancient Greek,"all" and "gift", thus "all-gifted" or "all-giving") was allegedly the first woman, who was made out of clay.
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whoa

i never noticed pandora before today thus i never knew that translation
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I just woke up...had crazy dreams all night and this afternoon... Today I am reminded of this Latin quote...

“Quis hic locus, quae regio, quae mundi plaga? ubi sum? sub ortu solis, an sub cardine glacialis ursae?"


Which translated means..."What place is this, what region, what quarter of the world? Where am I? Under the rising of the sun or beneath the wheeling course of the frozen bear?”
~ Seneca's Hercules Furens (The Mad Hercules), Act 5, line 1138

I put this on your thread Aether cause out of anybody on this board I thought maybe you might understand what I am talking about...maybe lol.

My head is spinning...like I again stepped into a different reality. Nothing feels real...it's not the best feeling...it's confusing lol

Hope your day is going good Aether...Now I'm off to find a song to match my mood lol hugs

hf
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I just woke up...had crazy dreams all night and this afternoon... Today I am reminded of this Latin quote...

“Quis hic locus, quae regio, quae mundi plaga? ubi sum? sub ortu solis, an sub cardine glacialis ursae?"


Which translated means..."What place is this, what region, what quarter of the world? Where am I? Under the rising of the sun or beneath the wheeling course of the frozen bear?”
~ Seneca's Hercules Furens (The Mad Hercules), Act 5, line 1138

I put this on your thread Aether cause out of anybody on this board I thought maybe you might understand what I am talking about...maybe lol.

My head is spinning...like I again stepped into a different reality. Nothing feels real...it's not the best feeling...it's confusing lol

Hope your day is going good Aether...Now I'm off to find a song to match my mood lol hugs

hf
 Quoting: ~Angels~


well that`s funny because i was away from this pc wondering how and why hesiod "pulled" padora "out of the air" because he never got her from the hebrew lillith because that never become a women in belief until 700 a d, it is a mesopotamian entity of non human design

so

"What place is this, what region, what quarter of the world? Where am I? Under the rising of the sun or beneath the wheeling course of the frozen bear?”

fits the sensation

thanks angels

work in progress

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I just woke up...had crazy dreams all night and this afternoon... Today I am reminded of this Latin quote...

“Quis hic locus, quae regio, quae mundi plaga? ubi sum? sub ortu solis, an sub cardine glacialis ursae?"


Which translated means..."What place is this, what region, what quarter of the world? Where am I? Under the rising of the sun or beneath the wheeling course of the frozen bear?”
~ Seneca's Hercules Furens (The Mad Hercules), Act 5, line 1138

I put this on your thread Aether cause out of anybody on this board I thought maybe you might understand what I am talking about...maybe lol.

My head is spinning...like I again stepped into a different reality. Nothing feels real...it's not the best feeling...it's confusing lol

Hope your day is going good Aether...Now I'm off to find a song to match my mood lol hugs

hf
 Quoting: ~Angels~


well that`s funny because i was away from this pc wondering how and why hesiod "pulled" padora "out of the air" because he never got her from the hebrew lillith because that never become a women in belief until 700 a d, it is a mesopotamian entity of non human design

so

"What place is this, what region, what quarter of the world? Where am I? Under the rising of the sun or beneath the wheeling course of the frozen bear?”

fits the sensation

thanks angels

work in progress
 Quoting: aether


wow...np thank you for letting me post in your thread honey. Thank you for letting me put my thoughts here hugs Aether sometimes this life feels like an endless dream...so strange is this life at times...



A song I found about Pandora :)

hf
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Just took this from my back deck.


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but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

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brilliant angels
the greeks did utilize the hebrew translations but i was forgetting, they had access to the library

The Royal Library of Alexandria, or Ancient Library of Alexandria, in Alexandria, Egypt, was the largest and most significant library of the ancient world
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so the greeks are utilizing the same mesopotamian records everybody did in the mesopotamia region , including the hebrews
but
the greeks are placing it into their own words

this is why the hebrews never made liilith into a women until 700 ad , the greeks did it from the beginning in around 300 bc

so we have the same non human origin entities being transformed into human form to explain ourselves

it`s the greeks constructing our human archetypes to explain why they believe we express ourselves as we do

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Just took this from my back deck.


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Hey SOS! hugs It's a halo! lol Rain is coming :)

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brilliant angels
the greeks did utilize the hebrew translations but i was forgetting, they had access to the library

The Royal Library of Alexandria, or Ancient Library of Alexandria, in Alexandria, Egypt, was the largest and most significant library of the ancient world
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

so the greeks are utilizing the same mesopotamian records everybody did in the mesopotamia region , including the hebrews
but
the greeks are placing it into their own words

this is why the hebrews never made liilith into a women until 700 ad , the greeks did it from the beginning in around 300 bc

so we have the same non human origin entities being transformed into human form to explain ourselves

it`s the greeks constructing our human archetypes to explain why they believe we express ourselves as we do
 Quoting: aether


Amazing! Ya know what? The first song I posted in my love thread after I made that first post to you was about Egypt titled...Eternal Egypt :) Interesting info you found honey! So I helped you in a way and when posted I didn't know I was doing that! Wow...the universe works in mysterous ways :D



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In Greek mythology, Pandora "all" and "gift", thus "all-gifted" or "all-giving")was allegedly the first woman, who was made out of clay. As Hesiod related it, each god helped create her by giving her unique gifts. Zeus ordered Hephaestus to mold her out of earth as part of the punishment of mankind for Prometheus' theft of the secret of fire, and all the gods joined in offering her "seductive gifts". Her other name, inscribed against her figure on a white-ground kylix in the British Museum, is Anesidora, "she who sends up gifts," up implying "from below" within the earth
 Quoting: observation

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“Hercules Furens” (“The Mad Hercules” or “The Madness of Hercules”) is a tragedy by the Roman playwright Seneca the Younger, considered one of his best, written in or before 54 CE. Closely modelled on “Heracles” by Euripides, the play describes the fortunes of the demi-god Hercules (Heracles in Greek) as he is sent mad by the goddess Iris and the Furies and kills his own wife and children.
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[link to www.ancient-literature.com]

Herakles (Euripides)

Herakles (Ancient Greek: Hēraklēs Mainomenos, also known as Hercules Furens) is an Athenian tragedy by Euripides that was first performed c. 416 BCE. While Herakles is in the underworld obtaining Cerberus for one of his labours, his father Amphitryon, wife Megara, and children are sentenced to death in Thebes by Lycus. Herakles arrives in time to save them, though the goddesses Iris and Madness (personified) cause him to kill his wife and children in a frenzy. It is the second of two surviving tragedies by Euripides where the family of Herakles are suppliants (the first being Herakles' Children).
 Quoting: observation

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you know we don`t have religion in the west

we have greek fucking tragedy based on nothing real
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In Greek mythology, Pandora "all" and "gift", thus "all-gifted" or "all-giving")was allegedly the first woman, who was made out of clay. As Hesiod related it, each god helped create her by giving her unique gifts. Zeus ordered Hephaestus to mold her out of earth as part of the punishment of mankind for Prometheus' theft of the secret of fire, and all the gods joined in offering her "seductive gifts". Her other name, inscribed against her figure on a white-ground kylix in the British Museum, is Anesidora, "she who sends up gifts," up implying "from below" within the earth
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

“Hercules Furens” (“The Mad Hercules” or “The Madness of Hercules”) is a tragedy by the Roman playwright Seneca the Younger, considered one of his best, written in or before 54 CE. Closely modelled on “Heracles” by Euripides, the play describes the fortunes of the demi-god Hercules (Heracles in Greek) as he is sent mad by the goddess Iris and the Furies and kills his own wife and children.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.ancient-literature.com]

Herakles (Euripides)

Herakles (Ancient Greek: Hēraklēs Mainomenos, also known as Hercules Furens) is an Athenian tragedy by Euripides that was first performed c. 416 BCE. While Herakles is in the underworld obtaining Cerberus for one of his labours, his father Amphitryon, wife Megara, and children are sentenced to death in Thebes by Lycus. Herakles arrives in time to save them, though the goddesses Iris and Madness (personified) cause him to kill his wife and children in a frenzy. It is the second of two surviving tragedies by Euripides where the family of Herakles are suppliants (the first being Herakles' Children).
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

you know we don`t have religion in the west

we have greek fucking tragedy based on nothing real
 Quoting: aether


good info on Hercules I never knew...yes it seems that way Aether. Time for a change in thinking is long overdue...but in this thread you are making that change :)

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Amazing! Ya know what? The first song I posted in my love thread after I made that first post to you was about Egypt titled...Eternal Egypt :) Interesting info you found honey! So I helped you in a way and when posted I didn't know I was doing that! Wow...the universe works in mysterous ways :D



hf
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that`s what you do , the affect you possess , it is the natural you hugs
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you know we don`t have religion in the west

we have greek fucking tragedy based on nothing real
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if i was a women i may be totally pissed off with this nonsense
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you know we don`t have religion in the west

we have greek fucking tragedy based on nothing real
 Quoting: aether


if i was a women i may be totally pissed off with this nonsense
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you have every man on the fucking planet believing whenever he fails, which is 100% every fucking time he attempts something sensible, for 5000 years plus, it`s a women's fault he fails
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you know we don`t have religion in the west

we have greek fucking tragedy based on nothing real
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if i was a women i may be totally pissed off with this nonsense
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you have every man on the fucking planet believing whenever he fails, which is 100% every fucking time he attempts something sensible, for 5000 years plus, it`s a women's fault he fails
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cos the last thing a man wants to know is

he is a natural twat
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Amazing! Ya know what? The first song I posted in my love thread after I made that first post to you was about Egypt titled...Eternal Egypt :) Interesting info you found honey! So I helped you in a way and when posted I didn't know I was doing that! Wow...the universe works in mysterous ways :D



hf
 Quoting: ~Angels~


that`s what you do , the affect you possess , it is the natural you hugs
 Quoting: aether


That all ties in to feeling out of place in this reality I think...why some days I feel like I stepped into a different world. Some things look the same but the feeling is off. I think that helps in expanding my focus in this world. I go by feeling 99% of the time...and just relying on those sensations you can feel lost at times...like am I in the right place? Did I feel it out right...most of the times I find that I was in the right place the whole time...confirmations like what happened today...then I can sigh a breath of relife and say okay maybe I'm not that crazy lmao...Sorry about going off in my usual angels way here...just trying to explain it for myself as well. I want to say Thank you cause you help me in more ways that you can imagine. You help me SEE better :)

hugs

hf
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you know we don`t have religion in the west

we have greek fucking tragedy based on nothing real
 Quoting: aether


if i was a women i may be totally pissed off with this nonsense
 Quoting: aether


you have every man on the fucking planet believing whenever he fails, which is 100% every fucking time he attempts something sensible, for 5000 years plus, it`s a women's fault he fails
 Quoting: aether


cos the last thing a man wants to know is

he is a natural twat
 Quoting: aether


omg cruise sorry I just never expected that...but perfect as you read and put together all of your posts regarding that topic I think lol

hf
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That all ties in to feeling out of place in this reality I think...why some days I feel like I stepped into a different world. Some things look the same but the feeling is off. I think that helps in expanding my focus in this world. I go by feeling 99% of the time...and just relying on those sensations you can feel lost at times...like am I in the right place? Did I feel it out right...most of the times I find that I was in the right place the whole time...confirmations like what happened today...then I can sigh a breath of relife and say okay maybe I'm not that crazy lmao...Sorry about going off in my usual angels way here...just trying to explain it for myself as well. I want to say Thank you cause you help me in more ways that you can imagine. You help me SEE better :)

hugs

hf
 Quoting: ~Angels~


yes orientating into how life in our 21st century is expressed conflicts with your natural knowing of what our environment expects

it`s a big surprise , the difference and i imagine you frequently require to look around and try to make sense of local custom of our past 5000 yrs plus and fit traditional expectation into a way for you to still be yourself but fit into what your surroundings (people) expect

not easy
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Just took this from my back deck.


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cool vid Ss.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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That all ties in to feeling out of place in this reality I think...why some days I feel like I stepped into a different world. Some things look the same but the feeling is off. I think that helps in expanding my focus in this world. I go by feeling 99% of the time...and just relying on those sensations you can feel lost at times...like am I in the right place? Did I feel it out right...most of the times I find that I was in the right place the whole time...confirmations like what happened today...then I can sigh a breath of relife and say okay maybe I'm not that crazy lmao...Sorry about going off in my usual angels way here...just trying to explain it for myself as well. I want to say Thank you cause you help me in more ways that you can imagine. You help me SEE better :)

hugs

hf
 Quoting: ~Angels~


yes orientating into how life in our 21st century is expressed conflicts with your natural knowing of what our environment expects

it`s a big surprise , the difference and i imagine you frequently require to look around and try to make sense of local custom of our past 5000 yrs plus and fit traditional expectation into a way for you to still be yourself but fit into what your surroundings (people) expect

not easy
 Quoting: aether


What I bolded feels absolutely right!

Yes I am always second guessing myself when I should not and just go with it like I did today. It is hard Aether to type something like that out for the whole forum to read. I always think should I do this...what happens if people think look at what this crazy girl is saying lol...but most times I say fuck it and go ahead and say it...cause I know there has to be one who can feel and intuit what I am feeling...as that is the reason I first to came to your thread. You have a gift...you can see past the words and grab the sensations out of the text and interrupret that so easily. I'm just thankful I found ya here...all things for a reason Aether :)

hf
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That all ties in to feeling out of place in this reality I think...why some days I feel like I stepped into a different world. Some things look the same but the feeling is off. I think that helps in expanding my focus in this world. I go by feeling 99% of the time...and just relying on those sensations you can feel lost at times...like am I in the right place? Did I feel it out right...most of the times I find that I was in the right place the whole time...confirmations like what happened today...then I can sigh a breath of relife and say okay maybe I'm not that crazy lmao...Sorry about going off in my usual angels way here...just trying to explain it for myself as well. I want to say Thank you cause you help me in more ways that you can imagine. You help me SEE better :)

hugs

hf
 Quoting: ~Angels~


yes orientating into how life in our 21st century is expressed conflicts with your natural knowing of what our environment expects

it`s a big surprise , the difference and i imagine you frequently require to look around and try to make sense of local custom of our past 5000 yrs plus and fit traditional expectation into a way for you to still be yourself but fit into what your surroundings (people) expect

not easy
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Everything has been inverted aether. Fertility has been replaced with expediency and control.

We have replaced our right thinking inclinations with the notion of sin and toil purifying an impurely born being.

But, I've already related that a billion times.

The job of all forms of ideology is to make sure all the apparent options are replaced with only those which serve the agenda.

Luckily nature stores all memory of our potential in form to be tapped when we are ready or any other sentient specie which is thusly aware.
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your right dion and i`m not a women so my reactions to things are nothing like women`s emotions reacting to the same thing as i am

funny really


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