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The late 19th century must have been a fascinating time to live in. We talk about a singularity as though it is still in the future, but if you consider the rate of advancement during this period, we may actually be on the tail-end of one.

Too bad they didn't know about cocaine's nasty habit of making people physically dependent.
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maurvir wrote: The late 19th century must have been a fascinating time to live in. We talk about a singularity as though it is still in the future, but if you consider the rate of advancement during this period, we may actually be on the tail-end of one.

Too bad they didn't know about cocaine's nasty habit of making people physically dependent.


So much kicked off at that time. Read Barbara Tuchman's "The Proud Tower". The few decades surrounding the turn of the 19th to the 20th century made the world we live in today. Industrialised warfare, industrialised politics, industrialised consumption and industrialised information.
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His name is Fuc, Kevin.. hence the abbreviation

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pretty much sums up my ex wife and her computer skills

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the printer had it coming
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that can't possibly be real, can it?

no, marvel had the rights, i think
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TOS wrote: that can't possibly be real, can it?

no, marvel had the rights, i think


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aha
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As it should be.
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LOL, yep.
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spotted on duke's front lawn:

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:lol:
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TOS wrote: spotted on duke's front lawn:

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Well, you gotta admit, that would be pretty darn effective. Unless, of course, you are into that sort of thing.
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DukeofNuke wrote: Image

Is he trying to look like a Bond Villain?


Whatever he’s trying for, it ain’t working.
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aw, what a cute little OH DEAR GOD

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Location,location,location!
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i just typed those exact words and I was informed you beat me to it.

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Great minds ... !
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DukeofNuke wrote: Great minds ... !

And fools... (as my wife reminds me whenever I use "great minds...")
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"Here, Mom. I hate you."
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Sooooo sexist.
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obvs wrote: Sooooo sexist.

More or less sexist than pink guns?

I guess I don't approve, but should I be surprised that some women are as invested in traditional gender roles as some men? (Even if it seems like they get the short end of the stick in that arrangement.)
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dv wrote:
obvs wrote: Sooooo sexist.

(Even if it seems like they get the short end of the stick in that arrangement.)


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dv wrote:
obvs wrote: Sooooo sexist.

More or less sexist than pink guns?

I guess I don't approve, but should I be surprised that some women are as invested in traditional gender roles as some men? (Even if it seems like they get the short end of the stick in that arrangement.)

Well its evolution...the men spend 14 hours a week hunting a giraffe, while the women spend 50 hours a day cleaning and cooking the food, building the village, raising the children, and servicing the men. The men spend the rest of the week drinking, patting themselves on the back, and declaring themselves King/Emperor/God. How else could it be?
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ukimalefu wrote: Image

No, no, no! Do NOT buy mom a percolator. It's the absolute worst way to brew coffee.
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ukimalefu wrote: Image

No, no, no! Do NOT buy mom a percolator. It's the absolute worst way to brew coffee.

Absolutely! The Vacuum cleaner is a much better Mother's Day gift.
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Worse than a Keurig?
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