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Post #502 by Susf » Wed May 23, 2018 8:54 pm

clawfirst wrote:Half a pack a day now ,stable.


Keep it up!! :clap:
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Post #503 by clawfirst » Wed May 23, 2018 9:05 pm

Gerald Brisco wrote:
clawfirst wrote:Half a pack a day now ,stable.


Keep it up!! :clap:

I cheated and use a vape with 20 mg. But might as well do it while walking around in circles looking for something to do other than drink.
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Post #504 by Susf » Wed May 23, 2018 9:10 pm

Meh, as long as you know the end goal, how you get there doesn't matter. 20mg is a high dose though. That shit could make you angry. Wean down to 12 or 9. Its a lot better then all of those additives and stuff in regular ciggs and you dont smell like shit.
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Post #505 by Slick Nick » Wed May 23, 2018 9:12 pm

clawfirst wrote:
Gerald Brisco wrote:
clawfirst wrote:Half a pack a day now ,stable.


Keep it up!! :clap:

I cheated and use a vape with 20 mg. But might as well do it while walking around in circles looking for something to do other than drink.


How many times have you masturbated so far to keep the dopamine levels steady?
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Post #506 by clawfirst » Wed May 23, 2018 9:12 pm

I already mix with 3 to bring it down a bit. Depending on the fix i need. Im not an angry person so any extra anger can be useful for getting shit done
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Post #507 by clawfirst » Wed May 23, 2018 9:13 pm

Slick Nick wrote:
clawfirst wrote:
Gerald Brisco wrote:
Keep it up!! :clap:

I cheated and use a vape with 20 mg. But might as well do it while walking around in circles looking for something to do other than drink.


How many times have you masturbated so far to keep the dopamine levels steady?

About the normal amount..lol
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Post #508 by Susf » Wed May 23, 2018 9:15 pm

clawfirst wrote:I already mix with 3 to bring it down a bit. Depending on the fix i need. Im not an angry person so any extra anger can be useful for getting shit done


I am the same way but when I was puffing on 30mg I turned into a raging lunatic for 10 minutes then threw out the bottle. That's the catch with the high doses. Its an irritating angry, not a motivational one.
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Post #509 by clawfirst » Wed May 23, 2018 9:16 pm

Gerald Brisco wrote:
clawfirst wrote:I already mix with 3 to bring it down a bit. Depending on the fix i need. Im not an angry person so any extra anger can be useful for getting shit done


I am the same way but when I was puffing on 30mg I turned into a raging lunatic for 10 minutes then threw out the bottle. That's the catch with the high doses. Its an irritating angry, not a motivational one.

Nah if i have too much my brain just moves really fast. I enjoy it.
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Post #510 by Susf » Wed May 23, 2018 9:18 pm

I don't know how them dudes puff on over 30mg menthol with 400 watt huge batteries all day blowing genies out of a bottle. I'd get a headache and tap out within an hour.
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Post #511 by Slick Nick » Wed May 23, 2018 9:36 pm

clawfirst wrote:
Slick Nick wrote:
clawfirst wrote:I cheated and use a vape with 20 mg. But might as well do it while walking around in circles looking for something to do other than drink.


How many times have you masturbated so far to keep the dopamine levels steady?

About the normal amount..lol


Maybe excessive masturbation was depleting your neurotransmitter leves to beggin with.. just braunstorming here
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Post #512 by clawfirst » Wed May 23, 2018 9:55 pm

If anything not enough
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Post #513 by clawfirst » Wed May 23, 2018 10:00 pm

Gerald Brisco wrote:I don't know how them dudes puff on over 30mg menthol with 400 watt huge batteries all day blowing genies out of a bottle. I'd get a headache and tap out within an hour.

Tolerances are real.
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Post #514 by Slick Nick » Wed May 23, 2018 10:01 pm

clawfirst wrote:If anything not enough


Or not the right kind, maybe a clit will cure you. I might have a book about it
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Post #515 by clawfirst » Wed May 23, 2018 10:09 pm

Does it have pictures?
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Post #516 by Slick Nick » Wed May 23, 2018 10:24 pm

clawfirst wrote:Does it have pictures?


Mostly of horribly obese selfhating short greenhaired mustached marxist (though can’t explain offer/demand) shitty tattooed hairy cowbelled humankinds drilling their smegma filled asexuated HIV pits.
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Post #517 by clawfirst » Wed May 23, 2018 10:28 pm

So it may not help with the tugging issue.
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Post #518 by Slick Nick » Wed May 23, 2018 10:39 pm

clawfirst wrote:So it may not help with the tugging issue.


I have terabytes waiting for an e-mail addres.. tor preferably for the crunchy! stuff
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Post #519 by clawfirst » Wed May 23, 2018 10:42 pm

Ill pass
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Post #520 by Slick Nick » Wed May 23, 2018 10:56 pm

clawfirst wrote:Ill pass


Aight. I’m drinking a rosé that I found at 4am in the back of a drawer at the airbnb... I might have am issue there. Sometime soon I will post countdowns, and I expect some repping
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Post #521 by Macbeth » Thu May 24, 2018 12:37 am

Slick Nick wrote:
clawfirst wrote:Ill pass


Aight. I’m drinking a rosé that I found at 4am in the back of a drawer at the airbnb... I might have am issue there. Sometime soon I will post countdowns, and I expect some repping

Well, jackshit happened.
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Post #522 by Susf » Thu May 24, 2018 12:29 pm

Slick Nick wrote:
clawfirst wrote:Does it have pictures?


Mostly of horribly obese selfhating short greenhaired mustached marxist (though can’t explain offer/demand) shitty tattooed hairy cowbelled humankinds drilling their smegma filled asexuated HIV pits.


Image
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Post #523 by Susf » Wed May 30, 2018 6:11 am

I would like Dog's thoughts on this please.

The Moral Cost of Cats
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Post #524 by Boring Choice #2 » Wed May 30, 2018 7:02 am

I'm not the Dog, but I think that is just a case of valuing one life over another.

It's the same argument vegetarians make when they say that they don't want to eat anything with a face on it.

The argument being that I have drawn an arbitrary line on the importance of a lifeform and anything above that is too valuable for destruction m
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Post #525 by Dog » Wed May 30, 2018 7:55 am

Ego Mania wrote:I would like Dog's thoughts on this please.

The Moral Cost of Cats
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science- ... 180960505/


Skim read. Seems like a catchy title to sell books. The real issue seems to be with feral and stray cats and their effect on ecosystems and spreading diseases like Toxoplasmosis. I don’t know enough about the effect of outdoor cats on ecosystems or in spreading diseases to have much of an opinion on this. The article has a bunch of scientists saying outdoor cat population control is a substantial issue, which it well might be.
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Post #526 by Dog » Wed May 30, 2018 8:03 am

Boring Choice #2 wrote:I'm not the Dog, but I think that is just a case of valuing one life over another.

It's the same argument vegetarians make when they say that they don't want to eat anything with a face on it.

The argument being that I have drawn an arbitrary line on the importance of a lifeform and anything above that is too valuable for destruction m


And that life is ultimately humen. The concern seems to be about ecosystems and spreading diseases -which we ultimately care about because of its potential effects on a large number of species, especially humens. Morality tends to broadly be tied to genetical closeness. We, broadly speaking, care more about our children then about random kids in africa and our caring keeps going down the further we get - to other animals, to plants, then to fungi to bacteria to rocks.

Ecologists ultimately care about an earth habitable to humens. It flows down from there.
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Post #527 by Craig » Wed May 30, 2018 9:26 am

Most of us care more about our pets than we do random kids in Africa.
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Post #528 by Dog » Wed May 30, 2018 9:28 am

Good point. Fuck you, Greg.

Then it’s an algorithm based on genetic closeness and emotional clossness.
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Post #529 by Dog » Wed May 30, 2018 9:35 am

I do wonder whether most people would pick their cat over a kid if they flat out could chose which survives. The distance and ability to influence the life of a kid in africa comes in. If you are visiting africa and a kid is drowing or whatnot in fromt of you, you’d care alot more than if it’s a hypothetical abstract thing.

So, your pet and a random kid from africa are deowing in front of you and you can only save one -which would people chose?

I suspect most save the kid, but a substantial minority wouldn’t. Especially, if nobody is watching/there are no consequences. In the end, that’s probably being selfish (valuing your need/love for the pet above the kid’s life). It’s unlikely to be because, philosophically, you value the pet’s life more. You’d probably « feel » you did something horrible, but did it out of selfishness. The guilt feeling probably goes to lnowing you broke a major moral rule (ie. humens are very nervous about letting other humens die -because ultimately that logic can kill them. Not so much about cats).
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Post #530 by Susf » Wed May 30, 2018 9:36 am

Craig wrote:Most of us care more about our pets than we do random kids in Africa.


Yeah and if anything, a place like New York City could use some more feral cats to cut down on the rodent problems. Biodiversity is cool but we don't always have to be hippies. :colbert:
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Post #531 by Mufasa » Wed May 30, 2018 9:37 am

Craig wrote:Most of us care more about our pets than we do random kids in Africa.


I care more about my dogs than every people I know.
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Post #532 by Susf » Wed May 30, 2018 9:37 am

Dog wrote:
Boring Choice #2 wrote:I'm not the Dog, but I think that is just a case of valuing one life over another.

It's the same argument vegetarians make when they say that they don't want to eat anything with a face on it.

The argument being that I have drawn an arbitrary line on the importance of a lifeform and anything above that is too valuable for destruction m


And that life is ultimately humen. The concern seems to be about ecosystems and spreading diseases -which we ultimately care about because of its potential effects on a large number of species, especially humens. Morality tends to broadly be tied to genetical closeness. We, broadly speaking, care more about our children then about random kids in africa and our caring keeps going down the further we get - to other animals, to plants, then to fungi to bacteria to rocks.

Ecologists ultimately care about an earth habitable to humens. It flows down from there.


:pennywise_lou:
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Post #533 by Dog » Wed May 30, 2018 9:40 am

Mufasa wrote:I care more about Dog than every people I know.


Thanks, mu.
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Post #534 by Susf » Wed May 30, 2018 9:50 am

Dog wrote:I do wonder whether most people would pick their cat over a kid if they flat out could chose which survives. The distance and ability to influence the life of a kid in africa comes in. If you are visiting africa and a kid is drowing or whatnot in fromt of you, you’d care alot more than if it’s a hypothetical abstract thing.

So, your pet and a random kid from africa are deowing in front of you and you can only save one -which would people chose?

I suspect most save the kid, but a substantial minority wouldn’t. Especially, if nobody is watching/there are no consequences. In the end, that’s probably being selfish (valuing your need/love for the pet above the kid’s life). It’s unlikely to be because, philosophically, you value the pet’s life more. You’d probably « feel » you did something horrible, but did it out of selfishness. The guilt feeling probably goes to lnowing you broke a major moral rule (ie. humens are very nervous about letting other humens die -because ultimately that logic can kill them. Not so much about cats).


I think since cats aren't as sociable with humans like dogs, you'd have a much harder time getting people to choose between their pet dog and a random human on a different continent. There are people out there who seem like they will be suicidal when their dogs die. I'm not saying being upset is out of the ordinary but like Craig said a good chunk of people would choose their pet over a fellow human being because of multiple reasons not exclusive to bond, and another side to the moral coin that the animal is purely innocent that cannot help itself.
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Post #535 by Craig » Wed May 30, 2018 9:52 am

Dog wrote:I do wonder whether most people would pick their cat over a kid if they flat out could chose which survives. The distance and ability to influence the life of a kid in africa comes in. If you are visiting africa and a kid is drowing or whatnot in fromt of you, you’d care alot more than if it’s a hypothetical abstract thing.

So, your pet and a random kid from africa are deowing in front of you and you can only save one -which would people chose?

I suspect most save the kid, but a substantial minority wouldn’t. Especially, if nobody is watching/there are no consequences. In the end, that’s probably being selfish (valuing your need/love for the pet above the kid’s life). It’s unlikely to be because, philosophically, you value the pet’s life more. You’d probably « feel » you did something horrible, but did it out of selfishness. The guilt feeling probably goes to lnowing you broke a major moral rule (ie. humens are very nervous about letting other humens die -because ultimately that logic can kill them. Not so much about cats).


Yeah, lots of people would save the kid. Most, I'm sure.

But we also spend five figures to give our pets surgeries that extend their lives by a couple of years, when that amount of money could save dozens of African kids. But then, we also buy fancy clothes and TVs and stuff instead of saving lives and I'd like to think that if someone held a gun to an African baby and my TV, I'd tell them to shoot my TV. It's all about visibility, I guess. That and being terrible at understanding consequences.
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Post #536 by Mufasa » Wed May 30, 2018 10:00 am

And also just the reality of humens beings who have an emotional relationship with their dog and are legally responsible for their well being.
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Post #537 by Macbeth » Wed May 30, 2018 10:03 am

Mufasa wrote:
Craig wrote:Most of us care more about our pets than we do random kids in Africa.


I care more about my dogs than every people I know.

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Post #538 by Mufasa » Wed May 30, 2018 10:10 am

Except 'Beth.
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Post #539 by Dog » Wed May 30, 2018 10:17 am

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Dog wrote:I do wonder whether most people would pick their cat over a kid if they flat out could chose which survives. The distance and ability to influence the life of a kid in africa comes in. If you are visiting africa and a kid is drowing or whatnot in fromt of you, you’d care alot more than if it’s a hypothetical abstract thing.

So, your pet and a random kid from africa are deowing in front of you and you can only save one -which would people chose?

I suspect most save the kid, but a substantial minority wouldn’t. Especially, if nobody is watching/there are no consequences. In the end, that’s probably being selfish (valuing your need/love for the pet above the kid’s life). It’s unlikely to be because, philosophically, you value the pet’s life more. You’d probably « feel » you did something horrible, but did it out of selfishness. The guilt feeling probably goes to lnowing you broke a major moral rule (ie. humens are very nervous about letting other humens die -because ultimately that logic can kill them. Not so much about cats).


Yeah, lots of people would save the kid. Most, I'm sure.

But we also spend five figures to give our pets surgeries that extend their lives by a couple of years, when that amount of money could save dozens of African kids. But then, we also buy fancy clothes and TVs and stuff instead of saving lives and I'd like to think that if someone held a gun to an African baby and my TV, I'd tell them to shoot my TV. It's all about visibility, I guess. That and being terrible at understanding consequences.


I spend much more on like lawn care and shit I hardly care about than saving african kid’s lives.

I read a piece (forget by whom) that spending is a moral decision. It’s ressource allocatiom and splurging on yourself or whatnot instead of, like, saving lives (or bettering lives) is immoral.

I think there is definitely some merit in that. Question, as always, is where to draw the line because, like, communist paradise doesn’t exist.

Part of the fun of being in a world without nature/deity imposed objective morality. You have to think them through and make choices -hopeful reasoned based and with the notion that collaboration leads to better outcomes over long hauls.
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Post #540 by Macbeth » Wed May 30, 2018 10:31 am

Mufasa wrote:Except 'Beth.

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Post #541 by AD » Wed May 30, 2018 11:25 am

Mufasa wrote:
Craig wrote:Most of us care more about our pets than we do random kids in Africa.


I care more about my dogs than every people I know.


What about squirrels?
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Post #542 by Mufasa » Wed May 30, 2018 1:03 pm

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Craig wrote:Most of us care more about our pets than we do random kids in Africa.


I care more about my dogs than every people I know.


What about squirrels?


It depends if the people buy me things, but in general : squirrels.
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Post #543 by Dog » Wed May 30, 2018 1:44 pm

Glad we bought you those nachos then, mu.
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Post #544 by MP » Thu May 31, 2018 10:59 am

7.2 billion people vs. Approximately 500+ million dogs. I'd say one inherently has more value.
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Post #545 by Dog » Thu May 31, 2018 11:10 am

MP wrote:Approximately 50+ million dogs.


That can’t be right.

Stop spreading your lies!
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Post #546 by MP » Thu May 31, 2018 11:12 am

Dog wrote:
MP wrote:Approximately 50+ million dogs.


That can’t be right.

Stop spreading your lies!

Serms i missed a zero...
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Post #547 by Susf » Fri Jun 01, 2018 6:40 pm

Is Pluto Actually a Mash-up of a Billion Comets?
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Post #548 by Slick Nick » Tue Jun 05, 2018 3:05 am

Listened to this on the plane.. about psychedelics, really interesting:
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Post #549 by Retardé S » Tue Jun 05, 2018 3:33 am

I love Joe, but

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Post #550 by Mufasa » Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:23 am

Poor Joe, he shouldn't do DMT on the job.

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