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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby Bright Raven » Wed May 17, 2017 10:26 pm

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Stanford777 wrote:I'm lost at this point. I'm not a fan of the way Raven ridicules people.



Should have known him when he was called crow! It was crow, right? He's okay, just needs to understand him. Ron were you ever crow? Maybe it was bluebird? Or was it?.... lol


Was not crow. No, not bluebird. I have always been Bright Raven. That is my true name although I have been called many things.
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby Commercialfarmer » Wed May 17, 2017 10:31 pm

Stanford777 wrote:I'm lost at this point. I'm not a fan of the way Raven ridicules people.


I hope your being lost was not because of this post:
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Stanford777 wrote:Explains alot Raven.


This statement may have been just as sincere. Your biased opinion in stating otherwise is not objective and lacks any supportive evidence. So a retraction appears appropriate.


It was intended to be in response to this post:
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Yes. May have had some lead in it at that time.

Ron. You are in danger of lowering your position in life to being a "yes" man.


:D . In this case it was sincerity. I saw the crib me and my brothers were raised with. The top edge of the crib is chewed. At that time, all paint contained lead.
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby greybeard » Thu May 18, 2017 2:36 am

Bright Raven wrote:
Alan wrote:
Stanford777 wrote:I'm lost at this point. I'm not a fan of the way Raven ridicules people.



Should have known him when he was called crow! It was crow, right? He's okay, just needs to understand him. Ron were you ever crow? Maybe it was bluebird? Or was it?.... lol


Was not crow. No, not bluebird. I have always been Bright Raven. That is my true name although I have been called many things.

including Inyati13.
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby ez14. » Thu May 18, 2017 7:59 am

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Alan wrote:

Should have known him when he was called crow! It was crow, right? He's okay, just needs to understand him. Ron were you ever crow? Maybe it was bluebird? Or was it?.... lol


Was not crow. No, not bluebird. I have always been Bright Raven. That is my true name although I have been called many things.

including Inyati13.
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby Alan » Thu May 18, 2017 8:35 am

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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby Commercialfarmer » Thu May 18, 2017 9:52 am

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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby greybeard » Thu May 18, 2017 10:13 am

That is my current name although I have chosen to call myself by many other things.
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby Bestoutwest » Thu May 18, 2017 10:54 am

TennesseeTuxedo wrote:"alot" isn't a word.


This should help out. Alot can be a lot of things, but a word is not one of them.
http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/2 ... thing.html
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby Bright Raven » Thu May 18, 2017 10:59 am

Another is irregardless. When simply regardless is standard. Irregardless is a double negative but it is ingrained in language.
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby Bestoutwest » Thu May 18, 2017 12:27 pm

The one word I can't stand is "gonna." I'm going to look down on you if you use "gonna," I can't help it.
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby M-5 » Thu May 18, 2017 12:42 pm

Bestoutwest wrote:The one word I can't stand is "gonna." I'm going to look down on you if you use "gonna," I can't help it.


You prolly already do , But I don't care, cuz im gonna do it anyhow
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby True Grit Farms » Thu May 18, 2017 12:45 pm

Bestoutwest wrote:The one word I can't stand is "gonna." I'm going to look down on you if you use "gonna," I can't help it.


Your gonna need a step ladder to look down on me.
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby Deepsouth » Thu May 18, 2017 1:09 pm

cowboy43 wrote:I just read that scientist think that if the astroid that hit land 65 million years ago and caused the extinction of the dinosaurs had hit a matter of seconds later or earlier it would have gone into the ocean thus the impact would have been absorbed by the waters and would not have caused the extinction of the dinosaurs. It makes you realize how fragile live is and how a second in life matters. How different life on earth would be if dinosaurs had lived. :cboy:


One Foggy night my wife and I were driving down a highway. As we were approaching an intersection where a county road crossed the highway I noticed in the rear view mirror that our baby daughter had somehow gotten out of her car seat restraints. I pulled into a turn off I knew about just about 100 yards before the intersection. As I was pulling in I noticed a car go through the intersection on the county road without stopping. As my wife was strapping the baby back in it occurred to me that if I had not pulled in I would have been going through that intersection when the other car ran through the stop sign. When my wife got back in the front seat I asked her how the baby got out. She said she had no idea.
I'm very certain that if that baby had not got out of her restraint there would have been a terrible accident that night. Devine intervention or just coincidence? I don't believe in coincidence. Not at that level anyway.
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby Bestoutwest » Thu May 18, 2017 1:11 pm

M-5 wrote:
Bestoutwest wrote:The one word I can't stand is "gonna." I'm going to look down on you if you use "gonna," I can't help it.


You prolly already do , But I don't care, cuz im gonna do it anyhow
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Bestoutwest wrote:The one word I can't stand is "gonna." I'm going to look down on you if you use "gonna," I can't help it.


Your gonna need a step ladder to look down on me.



It's like nails on a verbal chalkboard.....
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Re: My deep though of the day (Dinosaurs)

Postby HDRider » Thu May 18, 2017 1:17 pm

Deepsouth wrote:
cowboy43 wrote:I just read that scientist think that if the astroid that hit land 65 million years ago and caused the extinction of the dinosaurs had hit a matter of seconds later or earlier it would have gone into the ocean thus the impact would have been absorbed by the waters and would not have caused the extinction of the dinosaurs. It makes you realize how fragile live is and how a second in life matters. How different life on earth would be if dinosaurs had lived. :cboy:


One Foggy night my wife and I were driving down a highway. As we were approaching an intersection where a county road crossed the highway I noticed in the rear view mirror that our baby daughter had somehow gotten out of her car seat restraints. I pulled into a turn off I knew about just about 100 yards before the intersection. As I was pulling in I noticed a car go through the intersection on the county road without stopping. As my wife was strapping the baby back in it occurred to me that if I had not pulled in I would have been going through that intersection when the other car ran through the stop sign. When my wife got back in the front seat I asked her how the baby got out. She said she had no idea.
I'm very certain that if that baby had not got out of her restraint there would have been a terrible accident that night. Devine intervention or just coincidence? I don't believe in coincidence. Not at that level anyway.

That gave me a chill.
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