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How To Fight Like A Man

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Something of Satire

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using online dating for activity partners?

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Any advice for job burnout during job hunt

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Career Realization

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Choosing a DE razor

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The last time you lost something.

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Rick Shelton replied to Yang Wenli's discussion Devaluation Of Values and the Conundrum of our Age
"If enough people agree with you, or if you're stronger than your opponent(s) doesn't that make you right?  At least that's the way it seems to work or should I say that's the way it seems people want it to work."
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Satanist Dan replied to Yang Wenli's discussion Devaluation Of Values and the Conundrum of our Age
"And those extremophiles will die outside their environments, and do routinely die within those environments. Predation - starvation - age. Nothing is impossible to destroy - everything has it's niche and limits. And when trying to go beyond…"
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Antonio De Via replied to Josh100LuBu's discussion How To Fight Like A Man
"Bas Rutten knows some nice bar room brawl stuff.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5fjmu4899c&feature=player_detailpage"
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Josh100LuBu replied to Josh100LuBu's discussion How To Fight Like A Man
"I'm not looking for guidance, I don't need any and if I did I wouldn't come here asking for it i'd ask my father. I made this post in honour of manly fighting. "
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