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    Don't forget the 150% humidity.

    Don't forget the 150% humidity.
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    Thanks! Interesting.

    Thanks! Interesting.
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    Obviously he knows how to ask the right questions.

    Obviously he knows how to ask the right questions.
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    What's this obsession Dorich has with a teenage...

    What's this obsession Dorich has with a teenage girl?
  • ‘I Alone Can Fix It’-- Donald Trump, July 21,2016...

    ‘I Alone Can Fix It’-- Donald Trump, July 21,2016
    'I don't take responsibility at all'-- Donald Trump, March 13, 2020
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    Ditto! A nice surprise.

    Ditto! A nice surprise.
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    That's a new one. How did you determine creatine...

    That's a new one. How did you determine creatine was the cause?
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    It kind of reads like English, I detect some...

    It kind of reads like English, I detect some vague hint of syntax, and for the most part the vowels are bracketed by consonants.... It may indeed be language, Captain, but not as we know it.
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    You're a smart guy, PP, which is why it's...

    You're a smart guy, PP, which is why it's surprising that you don't seem to be aware that mosquitoes are most active at night, and people are least able to defend themselves from them at night. And...
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    Thursday night, finished up Week 29, or "Average...

    Thursday night, finished up Week 29, or "Average to Savage" Week 1. Still calling it a deload, although the exercises are different enough from what I'm used to that I know they're having an effect....
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    With what I've seen of your journals, I think you...

    With what I've seen of your journals, I think you could get there fairly quickly. I'm not sure how maintainable it is on the elbows, though. That may be why so few people are doing it. I'm just an...
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    Poll: At least he's not a malevolent psychopath.

    At least he's not a malevolent psychopath.
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    Poll: It protects the businesses that don't want to be...

    It protects the businesses that don't want to be constantly hassled by a$$holes.
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    107 here today. A fan would be nothing more than...

    107 here today. A fan would be nothing more than a convection oven.
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    Darwinism is the default starting point. The...

    Darwinism is the default starting point. The entire purpose of medical research and treatment is to not have to rely on natural selection to work it out. If we lived strictly by Darwinian rules,...
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    Exactly. Even the "what-aboutist" examples used...

    Exactly. Even the "what-aboutist" examples used here: mosquitos killing millions, etc., aren't really relevant to the current events. For one thing, those statistic are not simply steady state...
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    I'm not disagreeing with the statistics. I'm...

    I'm not disagreeing with the statistics. I'm pointing out that "let Darwin sort it out" is not really an acceptable response.
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    About half the people that are minimizing the...

    About half the people that are minimizing the pandemic. The other half are saying it doesn't matter whether the deaths are old or young, they're still inconsequential as long as it's not themselves.
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    B-b-but, don't we keep hearing that the victims...

    B-b-but, don't we keep hearing that the victims are just old sick people on their last legs anyway, and not anyone that will be missed?
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    Now I can report my second session of the...

    Now I can report my second session of the "Average to Savage" workout. Week 29 of the restart, Week 1 of this cycle. It's still a deload. The weights are light, but they're different enough from...
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