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RelentlessOblivion

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  1. I have a cunning plan to avoid that dilemma it’s called move far enough away that I’m not an option as a babysitter, I’m thinking maybe in Norway… Or Denmark…seriously though I need to stick around so that kid doesn’t grow up vegan, or worse a Britney Spears fan Mike her dad
  2. Yeah issues of contrast definitely make a big difference, I took a nearly 2 year hiatus from here for that very reason, also I don’t have Facebook for the same problem though I’m much less concerned about that. In other news I got to hold my niece for the first time today I’ll take it as a good sign that she stopped crying as soon as I was holding her.
  3. Firewind - Between Heaven and Hell
  4. Damn text to speech, why is it at its worst here I wonder?
  5. And almost forgotten how expensive it was to go out to eat butts and I definitely reminded me. At least I’ve got plenty of leftovers, bread stuffed with goats cheese olives and spinach,couscous, and lamb tagine. It’s no exaggeration to say the lamb was so tender you could cut it with a spoon. Definitely makes up for the disaster that was me attempting to make squid ink linguine last night
  6. This is where I think world government should help organisation, pandemics shouldn’t be a political issue where government can choose to follow the advice a Hidden or not. Anyway just my two cents, and can confirm I don’t have Covid no idea what it is that I’ve caught on however.
  7. That’s how I feel about the probably 100 DVDs I own, when everything is available on streaming services there’s not much need from any more
  8. Yes, it’s a bit like record stores, there was one I’d go to all the time for my pics of metal albums, help that they’ve always had tab book for any and every album you could think of so I’d pick up one of those while I was there… Then discovered the tab was wrong and get very frustrated trying to figure out why my rendition of number of the beast sounded nothing like Iron Maiden…
  9. I don’t have the headache but I do have the sore throat, my uni wouldn’t let anyone on campus for this semester unwell they had their booster and since I wasn’t eligible to have it yet I had to start the semester online with no capacity to transfer into in person classes after having the third shot.
  10. I’d certainly like to start collecting them, being the massive horror movie nerd I am it would be nice to turn my room from a plain white box into a space that actually reflects a little bit of me.
  11. It feels like I just have a cold, and Simpson rap test was negative I’m not sure if it is, like I said though it’s not like I can just jump in my car and go and get tested properly.
  12. Off the top of my head I would say inquisition, ancient, maybe early behemoth from around Grom, and if you’re looking for something more melodic and folky Bergtat by Ulver. Outside of that this thread should have literal pages of recommendation from one of our former users including videos, and brief descriptions of the fans in question. Hope help
  13. I feel like death warmed up right rapid antigen test says I am negative for Covid and since I can’t drive and the nearest PCR testing station is about an hour walk can’t confirm. Such bad timing.
  14. An original Jaws poster. I wanted the Alien poster which was also on display but it was reserved for someone else unfortunately.
  15. Yeah I use it as a source for salmon, I’ve used it as a source for burgers before, it’s a great stirfry sauce loads you can do with teriyaki and it tastes much better when you make yourself than any of those bottles you buy from the supermarket.
  16. Reminding me it’s been too long since I’ve cooked salmon, I’d normally do it with my home-made teriyaki sauce and some black sesame seeds. Reminding me it’s been too long since I’ve cooked salmon, I’d normally do it with my home-made teriyaki sauce and some black sesame seeds. While we’re on the subject of cooking very much looking forward to my lunch later the leftover lamb koftas, yogurt sauce, saffron pilaf and Persian salad I made last night
  17. That’s why it is important though to vote, and vote progressive, the biggest problem with the Democrats is they can never get anything done because they are too busy eating their own. Corporate Democrats might as well be Republicans at this point and so the small number of people who are fighting for the average American can never get anything done. At least you guys do have some Progressives in power over there Bernie Sanders, Alexandria a Casio Cortez, Nina Turner, down here we really don’t even have that.
  18. Welcome to the metalest place on Earth…
  19. There is just one glaring problem with that though, because what are the chances of the Democrats getting everyone on board to pass legislation protecting those rights? And they would need every Democrat to vote for it, which at the very least Joe mansion and Kristen Sinema would not do. I funny how Republicans care more about a cluster of cells that doesn’t even have brain activity then they do about children once they are actually born. Term limits probably won’t happen in America because between the Republicans and the corporate Democrats no one wants to be told hey you can only have power for so long. If the Republicans are so scared of people stuck below the poverty line why aren’t they in favour of Americans being paid a living wage? Why aren’t they in favour of free education? Why aren’t they in favour of free healthcare? Do you know kind of hard to keep a roof over your head when a trip to the hospital can send you bankrupt. It’s midnight here though and I should definitely try and get some sleep insomnia be damned.
  20. We do know a bit more about omicron these days, the incubation period is more or less the same as previous strains of Covid. It’s just a shame that in many countries the vaccine has become a political issue rather than a public health matter. While we are on the subject more cooperation really is needed, why are countries letting the vaccine expire in fridges when they could share with developing nations so we improve global vaccination rates? It’s no surprise these new strains are coming from less developed and less advantaged countries there is simply more opportunity for it to mutate in those environments. , why are countries letting the vaccine expire in fridges when they could share with developing nations so we improve global vaccination rates? It’s no surprise these new strains are coming from less developed and less advantaged countries there is simply more opportunity for it to mutate in those environments. Also that’s what I’m saying, when you have four supreme court justices who believe the only rights people should have a those expressed within the Constitution it is all but inevitable but mate you missed a big one in your list. Don’t forget the Republicans want to appeal to evangelical groups so banning contraception will be the other big push and scrapping Rowe v Wade also lets them attack Griswald v Connecticut, A lesser known but equally important case which upheld married couples, and I believe it was extended to couples in general later on, had the right to privacy including the right to choose contraception without government interference. on another note I find it a little sad that I, an Australian, seem to be more politically informed about happenings in both America and Britain then many citizens of those countries…
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