I just came back, what were all the deleted poasts this bread?
I don't like bacon all that much. I mean, it's alright and I'll eat it, but I never purposely buy it.
Nothing energizes my body like meat and eggs. But I do like potatoes, mushrooms, and onions quite a bit too. Also bell peppers. They stretch the other stuff out and add their own nice textures and flavors.
> but I don't know what bromine is.
It's one row above Iodine on the periodic table, a reactive gas, which is one row lower than Chlorine. Same electron configuration but heavier than Chlorine and lighter than Iodine.
It's amazing what good health I'm in with all the peanut butter and other seed oil-based products I've eaten. I also used to drink gallons of fluoridated tap water every day. I'd like to thank God and Jesus Christ for my good results.
>How old are you? If you die from a heart attack or stroke at age 50. . .
I have a good feeling I won't be alive long enough to die of a heart attack or stroke at age 50.
>What kind of bullshit fucking attitude is this
These are the times of prophecy and I do not believe I will be left behind when Christ returns.
3000? I've been walking around for 22000 and change already. You get tired of it all, believe me. Eventually you just want to get your business tied up to a reasonable degree and take a long nap. But that's not for me. When I am taken up I will experience a renewing of the mind and spirit which will take away the weariness of my long years. And serving at the right hand of Christ will be more fulfilling and exciting than the many, many exciting things I have done in my life!
All things age at different rates, but it doesn't mean that things of vastly different ages never share alignment of their spatiotemporal windows resulting in meaningful interactions between their spheres. Such is a crucial consideration for sapient beings. It's really hard to lock on to something as fleeting as a fart…
>yabetcher ass… but unless you're eating your cat's uncooked brains, i think you're safe.
I always cook the brains of my dead housecat before eating them. What do you think I am, some kind of sicko?
>How do you get tired of infinity? If you're bored then maybe you stopped enjoying your own company. The only place to serve your Lord is here.
It's because the brain accumulates more and more irrelevant, baleful, useless information as time goes on. We weren't meant to endure more than about 1000 years, and during that span of years, we were meant to remember pretty much everything, such that oral tradition would be sufficient for safeguarding cultural communications for posterity. But going far beyond that span of years exposes the flaws of such a mental schema. You can't turn it off, and spanning the millenia from one society to the next to the next, you'll be remembering jokes and rules and stories and mores and wisdom that are no longer pertinent, no longer relevant, no longer appropriate, no longer accurate. Remembering people and places and objects that you no longer have access to, that no longer exist. And it's all there, one or two or three neurons away from any given thought. A smell can awaken so much that I'd rather not remember; not because my memories are bad ones, but because after living so long, they severely get in the way of my having new experiences.
It was me. He was a disappointment.
Kanye deserves our respect for giving up everything he has to do what's right in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
THAT is speaking truth to power.
I nominate this rare Pepe for QResearch mascot.
Sorry to Mr. Pig and Toots, your flash in the pan has ended. Nasim's has returned.
>Even if you put me in one of those padded insane asylum rooms, I'll still find a silver-lining in it.
>a) free rent
>b) free food
>c) can do a shit tons of pushups / squats and reach 9000 power level
>d) I'll be mentally indestructible if I survive this
You have a solid outlook on some of these matters. My greatest fear is being encased in concrete at the bottom of an abandoned mine shaft. Or being sent down a fracking pipe or something equivalent. Immortality is no benefit if you hath not freedom. But I do respect your attempt to rationalize ways to choose happiness even in the face of long-term incarceration. I've been down those roads of thought myself, and I suppose I would try my best to keep my mind ordinated properly and hope and pray for freedom to somehow return to me.
>Implying he's not deepfaked
I hate that those are a thing.