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  1. Cybes

    Soul

    Indeed it is, Newt. Personally, I'm of the opinion that point is just about where miscarriage becomes 'premature birth' - ie: it has even a chance of surviving outside of the womb. Thankfully, the decision is not mine to make, and never will be. A large proportion of the women I've known who have had an abortion either regret it completely, or suffer a large amount of remorse. A large portion of those who probably should have considered it, but went ahead with the pregnancy because of beliefs, have *also* had regrets and/or remorse, though. The choice is obviously not one to be made lightly.
  2. Cybes

    how crap is this government ?

    Correction: reverse osmosis desalination plants. There are designs which are basically huge solar stills, and require almost nothing (maintenance and pumping) but they're not exactly fast.
  3. Cybes

    Soul

    How so?
  4. Cybes

    What a joke

    I'm done trying to show you anything, Walt. When I do, you ignore it or handwave it away - nor will you look at the materials for yourself. Yet you also won't show anyone else material (other than Faux News) which supports your side. As much as I initially thought Kimmo's 'flat earth' posting was a bit on the nose, I have to admit that there's a striking similarity of attitude.
  5. Cybes

    What a joke

    Look, regardless of the side of the divide you're on (on ANY issue, not just politics - and especially not just this case), citing the guy suspected of twisting the truth, and as reported by a source known for bias, is NOT the way to get to truth. The redacted report is freely available online; why don't you try reading it for yourself? I think, if you do, you will see that even based on the material Barr left *in* the document released he's being exceedingly misleading - if not outright lying. For example, he restates multiple times Trump's favourite "no collusion" mantra,, and he's technically correct - because the charge was not collusion it was conspiracy. Now, in daily use, those are almost interchangeable terms, but they're very different from a legal perspective. I don't care if you have a different opinion than me. I do care if your opinion is based on bullshit.
  6. Cybes

    Bernie. fucken. SANDERS

    ..? Can you please illustrate for my obviously dim mind how in blazes you managed to come to that conclusion?
  7. Cybes

    What a joke

    Than what? You realise that the first quarter results for this year have job creation at a net loss, and a recent record low (decade? I forget - multiple years, anyway). This is because corporations used those nice big tax cuts not to employ people, but to buy back their own stocks, which drove the prices of them up, which artificially inflated the stock market figures - there was no real economic growth. And now things are worse than before the cut, because the marginally affordable shares are now more exxy, and the govt has cut a bunch of services to help pay for the cut which is exacerbating wealth concentration. Could you enlighten me as to what you find distasteful about Sanders, btw? Surely you can't be equating him with Hilary? That witch is as crooked as Trump.
  8. Cybes

    It's Compass O'Clock

    Not going to link my chart - it looks almost identical to yours.
  9. Cybes

    What's on your mind?

    [Re: Horse Racing] Personally, I don't give a shit about almost every sport - or even *every* sport depending how you define "sport". (I have passing interest in motor racing, target shooting, snooker, and have even been known to watch golf - ie: individual skill, not effort or teams, seems to be the focus) That *most* people change the channel when a science (or even history) program comes on, and in preference to that will sit through their 13th re-watch of some romcom or drama is completely bewildering to me.
  10. o.O Some of those are... Well, I'm surprised to see them as kids' books. I mean, a lot of "fairy tales" are pretty damned gruesome when you look at them (Hansel & Gretel anyone?), but accidental cannibalism and soul-trapping dolls are a step above.
  11. Cybes

    What Did You Watch Lately ?

    ... Well, shit. Who needs to hire a choir? Just one salary, and a multitrack recording will do:
  12. What have you been smoking, dude? Whatever it was, you've had enough.
  13. That right there rules me out. Only animated anything I was watching in the 80s were things like The Wall's marching hammers and the odd music video.
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