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    I find that large quantities of really good...

    I find that large quantities of really good chocolate do boost my ability to concentrate on difficult reading or on such tasks as filling out tax forms.
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    Didn't Skadi once, long ago, have a Jewish...

    Didn't Skadi once, long ago, have a Jewish section with its own moderators?
  3. The 13 star flag evokes the age of such heathens...

    The 13 star flag evokes the age of such heathens as Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and Thomas Paine.
  4. Poll! Zog (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zog_of_Albania)...

    Zog has been dead for a while. He could not even hold on to Albania.

    (In response to the gratuitous neg-rep I got for the above quip: that was a tongue-in-cheek negative response to the question...
  5. Melanin or epicanthic folds.

    Melanin or epicanthic folds.
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    Poll! Here is a better idea: how about a reservation,...

    Here is a better idea: how about a reservation, or maybe an echo-chamber, where people can admire each other's purity. They can give each other impressive titles such as "Hastus Primus" or "Grand...
  7. Iran was officially known as Persia until 1935.

    Iran was officially known as Persia until 1935.
  8. One that is shared by, and more characteristic...

    One that is shared by, and more characteristic of, Mugabe's Zimbabwe.
  9. My take on Haider is that the rumors are probably...

    My take on Haider is that the rumors are probably true. The whole situation just shows how self-defeating is the right-wing aversion to homosexuality. For one thing, that aversion can lead to...
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    Poll! Take a closer look at the priests of Freyr....

    Take a closer look at the priests of Freyr. Gender-benders did have a few niches in ancient Germanic society. Also, archeologists have been surprised to find that the sex of skeletons from Viking...
  11. For the sake of the more credulous readers here,...

    For the sake of the more credulous readers here, this is a spoof.
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    On this site devoted to Faroese stamps that...

    On this site devoted to Faroese stamps that depict mythological themes, there is a page claiming that the Ramsund carving in Sweden may represent constellations:
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    It is not just a matter of a few bad recruits....

    It is not just a matter of a few bad recruits. The criminal and derelict component includes many of their "reverends" and even some claimants to the title of "pontifex maximus".

    Creator recruits...
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    The last time I heard such strident, unrealistic...

    The last time I heard such strident, unrealistic demands as those for banning Oktoberfests was from radical feminists in the 70s and 80s. That was the milieu that brought us political correctness....
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    Poll! When traveling through foreign countries, I try...

    When traveling through foreign countries, I try to eat the local specialties when I can but sometimes it takes a while to figure where and how to eat. In many places, most eateries close down early...
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    I am trying to imagine France without wine. I am...

    I am trying to imagine France without wine. I am trying to imagine Germany, Belgium, or Bohemia without beer. I am trying to imagine Ireland without Guinness or Poland without that rotgut they soak...
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    My impression of the creativity movement is based...

    My impression of the creativity movement is based on the actions of members I have had the misfortune of knowing. They were murderous, dishonorable junkies, the absolute dregs of the race. Reading...
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    Canning and Preserving

    Does anyone here have any experience with Germanic preservation? By that I mean Germanic recipes for preserving food for the long winters. How does one make sausage out of regular meat? Can you make...
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    Apologizing is, mostly, a gesture of strength....

    Apologizing is, mostly, a gesture of strength. Refusing to apologize, for the most part, is a sign of immaturity. The exception is when the apology is for merely existing.
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    Can we have a Muslim ban to protect the topless...

    Can we have a Muslim ban to protect the topless instead?
  21. I fully expect this to be debunked on snopes.com...

    I fully expect this to be debunked on snopes.com in the next few days.
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    Cocksparrer, Take them all! (listen to the...

    Cocksparrer, Take them all!

    (listen to the words carefully if you can and tell me if it isn't an excellent suggestion!)

    DXFNyr1RMoA
  23. Then you would run the risk of their associating...

    Then you would run the risk of their associating your political views with gratuitous cruelty at the expense of their own kin.
  24. What not to do: kick the offspring out. More...

    What not to do: kick the offspring out. More likely than not the need for survival and the need to numb the pain of rejection by their own parents will lead them into the trap of drugs and...
  25. Important!  The English seem unexpectedly foreign to me...

    The English seem unexpectedly foreign to me despite their language and their being the largest chunk of my ancestry. The Irish and Germans don't seem all that foreign at all. The least foreign group...
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