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Just Sven
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17 days ago

Wednesday. Yeah.

Good analysis of the bridge disaster: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoPRz7wk3WY

Paddy O'Furnijur
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17 days ago
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Sadly, we’ll never really know what happened.

Paddy O'Furnijur
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17 days ago

Happy Wednesday, Gerbil Nation!

Mac -- an appropriate thread-gif for Holy Week.

Just Sven
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17 days ago

Feeling better today, Paddy?

Paddy O'Furnijur
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17 days ago
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Hi Sven! I got in to see my chiropractor and I’m feeling much, much better. I’m still exhausted and have no appetite, but I’m not too worried about the latter.

Just Sven
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17 days ago

Shit like this makes me laugh.

Medically reviewed by Monica Johnson, PsyD

Fraysexuality, also known as ignotasexuality, is a sexual identity in which people experience a strong attraction to strangers, and less attraction to people they know well.

A fraysexual person generally prefers having sex with people they don’t know over those they do. It’s the opposite of demisexuality, where a person needs to know someone well and feel connected to them before experiencing sexual attraction.

This identity is on the asexual spectrum, and it has its own flag: The colors are four stripes of blue, cyan, white, and gray. The blue represents strangers, the cyan acquaintances, white for lack of attraction, and gray for sexual attraction confusion.

Ahead, we’ll discuss more about fraysexuality, signs a person may exhibit as a fraysexual, and how this identity might impact your love life.

Paddy O'Furnijur
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17 days ago
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Everybody gets their own stripe on the flag.

Just Sven
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17 days ago

All them fraysexuals hanging out at the bar at closing time…

I’m sure all them jerkoffs watching porn instead of finding a human sexual partner exist on some spectrum and have their own flag colors too. I can’t wait until they start screaming and protesting.

Just Sven
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17 days ago

An interesting take on the 1939 Miller decision: US v. Miller: The First Supreme Court Decision on the Second Amendment -- YouTube

It’s not one that I’ve heard before -- that it was essentially a govt conspiracy involving the defense attorney with the full intent to get the case to SCOTUS to render a FDR favorable decision. My readings as to why the attorney didn’t show was that both his clients, Miller and Layton, were already dead and he saw no need to go nor had the finances to go.