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  1. Like I said, it is not wholey peculiar to the...

    Like I said, it is not wholey peculiar to the U.S. That said, I personally do not agree with that view, which I think I mentioned earlier in the thread.
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    Duley noted. In recent months have you grown...

    Duley noted.

    In recent months have you grown an aversion towards the value of debate and how that can help strengthen one`s ideas and arguments on an issue? It appears that that is the case. I...
  3. Hmmm...perhaps not. Mycernius has corroberated...

    Hmmm...perhaps not. Mycernius has corroberated that they are viewed as week-kneed, referring to them as "surrender monkeys."
  4. All that tells me is that the French didn`t make...

    All that tells me is that the French didn`t make the best decisions strategically and being in a situation of having to more and more relinquish their holdings, perhaps a sign of gluttony that they...
  5. The key word here is "won." For if the land was...

    The key word here is "won." For if the land was innitially colonized without a war, then it is a bit misleading to say they were won in a war (being "kept" is not "winning"; it is just a state of...
  6. Didn`t the French lose in Vietnam, too, prior to...

    Didn`t the French lose in Vietnam, too, prior to U.S. involvement?

    The battle of Dien Bien Phu and their defeat there decisively ended France`s colonialism, or their attempt at reimposing...
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    How is Eupedia being promoted?

    Membership seems to not have changed much. The site looks kind of dead in regards to activity. It seems to be more of a personal blog of what Maciamo wants to discuss, more so than a dynamic place...
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    Poll: Hi Duo, Thanks for moving that over. Sorry I...

    Hi Duo,

    Thanks for moving that over. Sorry I haven`t had a chance to reply. I`ve been busy lately and may stay so for the next week or two. If I get some time I will pop in and continue the...
  9. Frenchman runs from Paris to Tokyo

    Wow! Ultramarathon runner Serge Girard has completed a cross-continental run from Paris to Tokyo without ever taking a full day`s rest. Quite an amazing accomplishment!

    Apparantly it has been...
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    Poll: Duo, do you mind if we move this over to the...

    Duo, do you mind if we move this over to the thread Maciamo created, Are you a vegeatarian?? We seem to be discussing the general issue of "vegetarianism" rather than "mulluscs" or "if vegetarians...
  11. Hi Duo, I agree with most everything you said...

    Hi Duo,

    I agree with most everything you said above. However, I`m gonna go and eat some oatmeal and nuts now for breakfast. I will answer in perhaps an hour.

    Enjoying the discussions.
  12. Like I said, so many of us have our personality...

    Like I said, so many of us have our personality quirks, but to bring them up in discussion when another issue is being discussed, is what is called an "ad hominem attack." It is irrelevant to the...
  13. lol(if true). But, is it any worse than praying...

    lol(if true). But, is it any worse than praying to an invisible entity which one believes to exist for answers?

    Duo, would you by chance have some sources to site the "bodyguard firing"...
  14. Slovenia's President, Dr. Janez Drnovsek, speaks about vegetarianism

    Janez Drnovsek, the current president of Slovenia, is a vocal champion of vegetarianism. In fact, he is a dedicated vegan. In an interview last year he gave to The Society for the Rights and the...
  15. I think that is what Glenn and I were referring...

    I think that is what Glenn and I were referring to -- that we need more room and space -- that things are just too crowded as it is.

    Those empty spaces you are referring to in Canada and U.S....
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    Poll: Hi, Duo. A quick look and it was rather...

    Hi, Duo.



    A quick look and it was rather easy to find vegetarian movements/societies in developing nations. If I were to spend more time on it I am sure I could find more. Keep in mind, India...
  17. They are human like us, but I am not sure that...

    They are human like us, but I am not sure that the majority of the population engaged in male gay sex or had the natural sexual desire to do it. I am not aware of Plutarch sources or other ancient...
  18. I see your point, but that only explains the...

    I see your point, but that only explains the acceptance of it in those countries within the last several decades, primarily after the influence of the church in peoples' lives since the end of WWII. ...
  19. In Greece during one of their warring periods...

    In Greece during one of their warring periods with Macedon at the Battle of Chaeronea (338 BCE), there was a fighing force of gay warriors known as the Sacred Band of Thebes. Most were killed during...
  20. Heart-wrenching true stories on video/dvd/big screen

    I am starting this thread for members to post on true stories depicted in some form of screen drama. Please, when describing the film you are talking about, don`t give away the endings -- unless of...
  21. Poll: Belgian citizen, Victor De Laveleye, a refugee in...

    Belgian citizen, Victor De Laveleye, a refugee in London during WWII, urged people in his homeland via short wave radio to write the letter "V" written in chalk in public places as a sign of ultimate...
  22. Yes, Glenn. I`ve read that, too, and I think it...

    Yes, Glenn. I`ve read that, too, and I think it sounds logical that if women are provided with more choices due to education, it only seems natural that a certain percentage of women will opt to...
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    Poll: In recent weeks I`ve begun adding a lot of...

    In recent weeks I`ve begun adding a lot of Tobasco Sauce to my spaghetti when I choose to eat it with traditional tomato spaghetti sauce.

    Does anyone else put Tobasco on their spaghetti? or has...
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    If I had a strong desire to eat some form of...

    If I had a strong desire to eat some form of meat, then perhaps I would feel compelled to eat mussels or oysters. But I do not have that feeling to consume meat to optimally sustain myself. In fact,...
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    lol. Mac, did you see my response on that...

    lol.

    Mac, did you see my response on that thread you made about vegetarians/molluscs?
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