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"Reg, I might borrow from that for a humorous speech contest. It's good! Thanks."

Tom Sarbeck replied Feb 2 to Narcissistic People

24 Feb 2
Reply by Reg The Fronkey Farmer

"Simon, I recently dealt with a narcissist who'd been elected to chair a small town c…"

Tom Sarbeck replied Feb 2 to Narcissistic People

24 Feb 2
Reply by Reg The Fronkey Farmer

"Reg, thank you for helping me illustrate. If you will retrace your steps since you…"

Tom Sarbeck replied Jan 31 to Narcissistic People

24 Feb 2
Reply by Reg The Fronkey Farmer

"Postscript. The game is not maliciously intended. When early caregivers don't know h…"

Tom Sarbeck replied Jan 31 to Narcissistic People

24 Feb 2
Reply by Reg The Fronkey Farmer

"Belle, if you won't explain your reason(s) for it's not adding up, I for one will kn…"

Tom Sarbeck replied Jan 31 to Narcissistic People

24 Feb 2
Reply by Reg The Fronkey Farmer

"Intelligent? Caries, cancer, West Nile fever, dropsy, halitosis, alternate factism,…"

Tom Sarbeck replied Jan 24 to How do you define God?

64 Jan 28
Reply by Belle Rose

"The one pronounced Zeeus or the one pronunced Zous?"

Tom Sarbeck replied Jan 24 to How do you define God?

64 Jan 28
Reply by Belle Rose

"On social issues I'm progressive, way out to the left of liberal. I'm a collective…"

Tom Sarbeck replied Jan 23 to Are there Socially Conservative Atheists?

43 Jan 25
Reply by Violetta Fay

"The reading I've done agrees with you, matt. It reduces genetic diversity AND resist…"

Tom Sarbeck replied Jan 23 to Immaculate conception!!

6 Jan 23
Reply by Pope Beanie

"Belle, here's everything the Dictionary of Psychology (R150.3 in the Vets Home Libra…"

Tom Sarbeck replied Jan 23 to Can you ever really heal from trauma/abuse?

29 Jan 29
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