It'll be getting cold here in a few weeks.
 
For me summer just was what it was, I can't really predict anything in life, too many "black swan" (unpredictable) events, there were the highs and the lows
 
How was it for you?
So I've seen some sites promote eating roadkill - I have in mind deer you see dead on the side of the road.
 
How about some other uses that might not risk illness from eating them?
 
Could you skin them and use the hide for something?
 
How about the bones?
 
Any other parts of the body that could be reused for something?
The Legend of Odin - The Germanic King. part 1 - TruthVids [1.06.34]
https://www.bitchute.com/video/NcPGVszorcZC/
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The Legend of Odin - The Germanic King. part 2 - TruthVids [1.02.16]
https://www.bitchute.com/video/7mywxOjfLZhx/
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> In Internet culture, the 1% rule is a rule of thumb pertaining to participation in an internet community, stating that only 1% of the users of a website actively create new content, while the other 99% of the participants only lurk
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A bit late of a post but still mentioning it
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> In the United States, Patriot Day, observed as the National Day of Service and Remembrance,[1] occurs on September 11 of each year in memory of the 2,977 people killed in the 2001 September 11 attacks.
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The Case For Computer Based Math (www.computerbasedmath.org)
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> CBM is a new subject that starts from maths in the real world and works back to redefine the educational subject to match. A crucial change is to have computer-based (rather than human-powered) computation at its heart—redefining maths as the anchor subject for computational thinking across all subjects, centred on real-life problem solving, not historical hand-calculating techniques.
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Incidentally this is an argument against government welfare for humans, that such welfare may reduce a person's incentive to find work if they are given things they don't have to "forage" for. I note this with all sensitivity that humans are not the same as animals, but I think the analogy exists (some people were up in arms about comments made like this before, complaining that such a comment was equating humans with animals)
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Braille Music (infogalactic.com)
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> Braille music is a Braille code that allows music to be notated using Braille cells so that music can be read by visually impaired musicians.
Kabaddi: Indian Sport of Tag (www.sportskeeda.com)
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> "Think about how crazy that is," MIAFW noted in the statement. "This person who values independent thinking, progressive politics, art, music, creativity, intelligence (and tight-fitting jeans) is unknowingly wearing and using products that are creating abusive environments for people globally. But, admittedly, it’s tough to buy ethical because so many of the brands we grow to know, love and trust simply don’t uphold standards that align with our personal ethos."
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Just a mention that retardation is afoot!
   
![](https://files.catbox.moe/e4cl25.png)
   
TartarianTruther was pegged by Many as a glownigger.
   
LOOKS like we have a pack of Glowniggers and Dramafags.
 
The user who created this sub looks to be a rDrama fag account.
   
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A lot of things are just seen on screens and not printed out, but I was wondering if people have ideas of things that are worth printing out.
 
I guess anything that could have a moderately long term value.
 
Any ideas of good data to back up on paper?
 
What do you still print on paper or think printing is useful for?
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source: trust me bro (search it)
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> Honda cars have been found to be severely vulnerable to a newly published Rolling PWN attack, letting you remotely open the car doors or even start the engine...
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Euclid's Elements (infogalactic.com)
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Classic math text
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Anti-Federalist Papers (infogalactic.com)
posted 2 months ago by sparrow
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https://www.infoplease.com/primary-sources/government/anti-federalist-papers
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> The easiest way to run a Linux distribution or application on an Android device.
Tau Day (June 28) 2022 (tauday.com)
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MIT Living Wage Calculator (livingwage.mit.edu)
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