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Distractions

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Profanity and Vulgarity

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LIGO detects gravitational waves!

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Looking for a place to hang my online hat.

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An Elderly

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Jason Rex Fraser replied to Vendetta's discussion Were Hitler and the Nazi's actually Socialist? in the group The Great Debate
"A little line you added at the end of your history lesson. "It is a loathsome invention by the polarized right to throw as a cheap gimmick against the left.""
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Salt Dragon replied to Carl Monster's discussion Handling anger/violence directed at you in the group Male Survivors
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Seitanist Dan replied to Vendetta's discussion Were Hitler and the Nazi's actually Socialist? in the group The Great Debate
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Seitanist Dan replied to Vendetta's discussion Were Hitler and the Nazi's actually Socialist? in the group The Great Debate
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