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Penelope replied to David F.'s discussion Civilization Restart Garden
"I just mean all our know-how survives, even if our infrastructure isn't there.  And even if no one living literally knows how to do what needs to be done, as in, has done it before.  Explode all the printers and presses tomorrow, put…"
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Penelope replied to David F.'s discussion Civilization Restart Garden
"I admit that my insistence on wheat bread it partly religious."
16 minutes ago
Pale Horse replied to Jack Bauer's discussion "Don't follow your passion" -- Mike Rowe
"Good excerpt. I agree wholeheartedly. Blanket advice is never good."
41 minutes ago
Pale Horse replied to kpeckham's discussion Manly Advice about starting a journey at the Air Force Academy
"Hmm... long, straight hair... no firearms or grenades... YOU'RE AN ELF! YOU HELPED THE FELLOWSHIP!"
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Penelope replied to Jack Bauer's discussion "Don't follow your passion" -- Mike Rowe
"It's rare that someone is passionate about something they're bad at.  Usually there's a feedback loop of being good at it, enjoying it 'cause you feel competent, practicing 'cause you enjoy it, being good 'cause…"
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Peter Shields commented on Bruce Uall's group The Shirtless Man
"Thanks Michael.  I must say I do feel more manly just for posting those shots."
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Pale Horse replied to kpeckham's discussion Manly Advice about starting a journey at the Air Force Academy
"LOL"
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Michael J. K. commented on Bruce Uall's group The Shirtless Man
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