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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

Why does Piob know me so well? (In reference to that I love Peanuts).
In fairness , he was using voice recognition and when he said "penis", his phone thought he said "peanuts"
post #85022 of 85783
Wow. Hroi making a dick joke. That's surprising.

Pronouncing my hobby as Bahn-zie rather than the correct BONE-sigh for people.
post #85023 of 85783
Ken Bone-sai in the house!!!
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post

In fairness , he was using voice recognition and when he said "penis", his phone thought he said "peanuts"

In other words, peanuts aren't the only nuts ed loves so to speak.
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When you click on an ESPN sports website video expecting highlights and you get two dildos talking instead. 

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Originally Posted by ethanm View Post

When you click on an ESPN sports website video expecting highlights and you get two dildos talking instead. 

Sounds like what I always figured was your usual Saturday night.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Sounds like what I always figured was your usual Saturday night.

They talk in such a heated fashion that spit comes out in the process.
post #85028 of 85783
I am reading "Lenin's Tomb" and every time I do I keep wishing I could have been a reporter in the Soviet Union--for an American outlet at least. There were so many good stories, it was such a fascinating place and being able to experience a social experiment that will never happen again... ugh.
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

I am reading "Lenin's Tomb" and every time I do I keep wishing I could have been a reporter in the Soviet Union--for an American outlet at least. There were so many good stories, it was such a fascinating place and being able to experience a social experiment that will never happen again... ugh.

You'd rather be that than one of several talking dildos for an ethanm peep show?

Priorities, mang.
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

I am reading "Lenin's Tomb" and every time I do I keep wishing I could have been a reporter in the Soviet Union--for an American outlet at least. There were so many good stories, it was such a fascinating place and being able to experience a social experiment that will never happen again... ugh.

Of course when you're younger everything seems black and white, but it felt great back then to have this clear sense of being on the good side of good and evil. I don't know how kids feel about the global situation right now and whether they feel an existential threat like Americans felt during the Cold War.
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

Of course when you're younger everything seems black and white, but it felt great back then to have this clear sense of being on the good side of good and evil. I don't know how kids feel about the global situation right now and whether they feel an existential threat like Americans felt during the Cold War.

FWIW, I think there is some sort of existential threat but it isn't from some lurking superpower which is a different worry. It's hardly permanent because you can't clearly go: hey, there's this big scary union of countries that wants to annihilate us all at once.
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I know the idea of "war with Russia " has far less impact now than it did in 1960 but the existential dread is at or above that level now just not so focused, or I guess what you just said

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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

I am reading "Lenin's Tomb" and every time I do I keep wishing I could have been a reporter in the Soviet Union--for an American outlet at least. There were so many good stories, it was such a fascinating place and being able to experience a social experiment that will never happen again... ugh.


May I suggest travel to Northern Syria if you want to witness a socialist state building experiment. 

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Johnny paycheck is really good. WIll also make you sad
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