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FUUUUUUUUUUUDGE by Anonymous on January 29th, 2012, 9:53 am
Really though....censoring on private messages?! lame lame LAME.
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Deforestation by Anonymous on April 22nd, 2014, 10:49 am
Deforestation has a big effect on global warming. Since trees absorb greenhouse gases and carbon emissions, deforestation is considered to be a big contributing factor to global climate changes. Trees not only produce oxygen, but they keep greenhouse gasses from entering the atmosphere. When an area is deforested, trees also become a carbon source when they are burned and cut. Once these trees are removed and the carbon dioxide is in the atmosphere, the carbon dioxide acts as a barrio for heat that would normally be released into space. Because of this, temperature across the world rise and it can change rainfall patterns, ice cover, and sea levels.
One thing I found to be interesting about deforestation was the effects it has on animals and plants. With rainforest covering about 7 percent of the world’s surface, about half of all plant and animal species on earth are found there. Rainforest, being the biggest victim of deforestation, are not being preserved like they should be. Species a...

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kung fu jedi adventures to the farthest star by Anonymous on July 17th, 2014, 8:30 am
sure the observable universe is a suggestion of relativity... or some such logic of can't... well then shuks... lets all go i some i i i iiii iiiiiiiiiiiiii and exetera... because as soon as you let i be a word your on the clock... i suppose like depreciation for auto mobiles... where as soon as you drive it off the lot it downs some nestea and lets it happen...
ah the ole karma bums who take the opportunity while alive to wager thier being on the spin of the wheel of fortune... like the price is right or some parish festival booth game of chance or skill in the arts of gazing into crystal balls or tarro stripper deck's... learn yourself some palmistry... then i can drop a hot lazer pointer on you with the instruction to unsteal it...
initiating deep time capsule... see yall in some time... it won't be long i swear... and then i won't be here... and then here wont be here and then we'll have to start all over with our count of where we are or were or was or would be in that time which hasn't...

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Do Europeans Actually Play Eurogames ? by toucana on December 26th, 2018, 3:12 am
For well over twenty years a dominant trend in modern board games has been towards what are known as ’Euros’ - intricate worker placement games with strong historical themes based around economic engine building, resource management, trading relationships, and the development of area cartels and power blocs.

The great originals were Catan (1995) and Carcassonne (2004) which came from Germany. These so-say ‘gateway’ games were credited with helping to convert an entire generation of younger players to a radically new style of board gaming. They were quickly joined by a growing avalanche of other classic new Euro style board games such as El Grande (1995) which is set in 15th century Spain at the time of the Reconquistada, or Power Grid (2004), originally a crayon-rail game from Germany called Funkenschlag (Sparks) which mimics the macro-economics of the energy supply ...

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a decade from skid row and mice under glass by Anonymous on September 1st, 2014, 8:24 am
one of the things you're liable to learn from spending time in the mission district... is that people from all walks of life end up there... whether its a guy with a blood clot in his leg or a guy who's wife left him... or some kid who grew up not far from there... or a guy with a tattoo on his face, right in the middle of his forehead of a cross that he will claim to be a crucifix, even though a crucifix is a cross with a guy on it...
the point is that you can shave your head and wear a blue bandana and jeans with the knees ripped out of them and you can hang yourself from the walls of the courtyard like a wreath or a poster or a sconce... but unless you give the impression that you are bat-isht crazy and not worth the trouble than the other people who call those low places home will bug the hell out of you... like your a piece of cheese and them, a rat-kink...
all that is years ago and not worth the trouble to try and record for posterity because its all different now... instead of the...

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