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""OK, I want two of you to hold each end of that last piece with your teeth, and eat…"

Pope Beanie replied Mar 17 to Rational approaches to banal problems.

60 Mar 22
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"Is this a co-ed dorm?"

Pope Beanie replied Mar 17 to Rational approaches to banal problems.

60 Mar 22
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"Ha, well that is a good question. It seems quite certain that Jefferson felt strongl…"

Pope Beanie replied Mar 17 to An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist

267 Mar 17
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"First ask if the guy who paid half wants it. Then (unfortunately) my default persona…"

Pope Beanie replied Mar 16 to Rational approaches to banal problems.

60 Mar 22
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"I had ideas consistent with Erock. And maybe take time out just to drive on the free…"

Pope Beanie replied Mar 16 to Do phobias ever go away completely?

7 Mar 18
Reply by Melvinotis

"Assuming my (or anyone's) analysis means anything... We evolved (as many animals hav…"

Pope Beanie replied Mar 16 to We Are All Schrodinger's Cat.

12 Mar 19
Reply by Elli Leimone

"Reading up on Thomas Jefferson might help one understand how moral/ethical systems s…"

Pope Beanie replied Mar 16 to An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist

267 Mar 17
Reply by Noel

"Ok, I won't argue with that on the whole, but specifically wrt health/medical matter…"

Pope Beanie replied Mar 16 to An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist

267 Mar 17
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"I agree. I should think about adding a disclaimer wrt the language I use, when I'm i…"

Pope Beanie replied Mar 16 to An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist

267 Mar 17
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"I think it's important to note where we sit today on a scale of how well we're able…"

Pope Beanie replied Mar 16 to An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist

267 Mar 17
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