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  • W. Rabbit
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    Originally posted by Mr. Machette View Post
    The fabled "ancient Chinese secret". It's MSG isn't it?
    No, it's Calgon.

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  • Mr. Machette
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    The fabled "ancient Chinese secret". It's MSG isn't it?

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  • W. Rabbit
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    And I try not to do super long posts and gish gallups.

    People who do that like Gonzo and other noobs create so much bad logic to unravel, it's either attrition or nothing. And I'll always prefer the former, per Descarte's method of hyperbolic doubt (which unlike skepticism is scientifically sound).

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  • W. Rabbit
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    Originally posted by PDA View Post
    Do you ever think to yourself “ I was wrong there but can’t admit it on the internet or I’ll feel like I have lost so I’ll make it a war of attrition and respond with super long posts full of nonsense until they stop so it will feel like I won even though I’m wrong “
    No. I'll always make it a war of attrition, building support one way or another, for the best argument, whether it's mine or not.

    Most arguments put forward, even if they are logically valid, are not sound, which equals wrong.

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  • PDA
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    Do you ever think to yourself “ I was wrong there but can’t admit it on the internet or I’ll feel like I have lost so I’ll make it a war of attrition and respond with super long posts full of nonsense until they stop so it will feel like I won even though I’m wrong “

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  • Mr. Machette
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    Once or twice a day. Usually get a good one in after waking. Right when I start moving around and the ol' metabolic rate kicks over from R&R to TCB.
    I could set my watch to it really. I enjoy a fairly clean and balanced diet so I'm pretty regular.
    I'm really glad we're opening up and sharing like this. It's very refreshing.

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  • W. Rabbit
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    Originally posted by Mr. Machette View Post
    I thought you weren't going to lie?
    What lie? You need to prove the lie. You can't.

    This thread has been going for a while, nobody's caught me in a single lie.

    When was the last time you did a squat? Go ahead, lie to me.

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  • Mr. Machette
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    Originally posted by W. Rabbit View Post
    It's important to avoid all anal play during ma bo, especially the Sei Ping Dai Ma Bo.

    Or else, hemmoroids may occur.

    You can and should however wear a weightlifting belt or similar device, to avoid herniation.
    I thought you weren't going to lie?

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  • W. Rabbit
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    Originally posted by Mr. Machette View Post
    When you perform a horse stance do you insert the anal dong first or do you lower yourself onto it as you squat into position?
    It's important to avoid all anal play during ma bo, especially the Sei Ping Dai Ma Bo.

    Or else, hemmoroids may occur.

    You can and should however wear a weightlifting belt or similar device, to avoid herniation.

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  • Mr. Machette
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    When you perform a horse stance do you insert the anal dong first or do you lower yourself onto it as you squat into position?

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  • W. Rabbit
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    Originally posted by doofaloofa View Post
    Do you miss 'Dave'?
    No, because he's still here.

    Unlike some others I could mention.

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  • doofaloofa
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    Do you miss 'Dave'?

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  • Diesel_tke
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    Originally posted by W. Rabbit View Post
    A lot of Quakers don't even necessarily associate with those sub-theologies. I am definitely not part of the Universalist Quaker society.

    My family's Quaker roots are older and go back Wales during the English Civil War, America's founding and later abolition and suffrage.

    Lucretia Mott was my great grandmother, who was cousin to Ben Franklin, making him my cousin as well (though Ben was not Quaker). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucretia_Mott

    Lucretia's grandson was the father of American geography, William Morris Davis, my great grandfather, who spawned a whole family of famous anthropologists and archeologists. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Morris_Davis, including one of Arkansas' most famous, Hester Davis (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hester_A._Davis), and one of the most endearing Massachusetts humorists who ever walked the University of Massachusetts, Hugh Davis (https://www.umass.edu/newsoffice/art...ritus-regional, inventor of the very famous fake town of Ripton,MA). Their other brother, E. Mott Davis, was one of most respected archeologists in Texas history (https://sites.utexas.edu/tarl/2018/0...-e-mott-davis/). I could not possibly pigeon hole any of them into one major Quaker society (which again, isn't even as common as you might think).

    Their sister, my grandmother Penrose Davis, drew Japanese ships for Navy training manuals in WWII, and that's how she met my grandfather Eugene, whose work is archived in the Smithsonian Institute. Also CIA veteran of 27 years, but I don't know much about that other than what's been written in books. From there, you get me, the son of a trauma nurse and a naval ordnance chief.

    Yes, I left a few greats out. But I'm very proud of this family history, especially the parts where we fought slavery and injustice. Which is why I carry on.
    That's pretty interesting. It's cool to have a rich family history. I currently live in Florida where my family settled before the state was a state. One of my great grandfathers was Andrew Jackson's Indian interpreter.

    But on the other side of my family, we were so poor that everyone just assumes that at one point the Georgia clay started walking and thus my family sprung up. Good people though. Up until my Grandfather joined the Navy, no one had more than a 3rd grade education and made all their money running moonshine. When my Grandfather joined the navy, he was issued the first pair of shoes he ever owned.

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  • W. Rabbit
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    Originally posted by submessenger View Post
    That's not an answer. But, yeah, he should know, what with the stickiness and such.
    He asked "Who's Dave"?

    Honestly, I thought he knew who Dave Humm was. Maybe I'm projecting.

    Does he really not know Rock Ape's true name? Dave used to sign his posts all the time.

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  • submessenger
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    Originally posted by W. Rabbit View Post
    Humm.
    That's not an answer. But, yeah, he should know, what with the stickiness and such.

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