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thuglife

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  1. Salaam I had Tilapia, and it tastes like way too many minerals in it. Like, just weird, almost like how recycled tap water tastes. What gives? And can you stand it? Is this healthy?
  2. You should continue reading where you selectively stopped the quote. That family had diseases of the heart and had “heart surgery” simultaneously.
  3. I think this is the episode https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/radiolab/segments/257856-mind-altering-bliss
  4. Not quite. When someone has ACL reconstruction in the knee, the pain requires strong “intoxicating” drugs. By your logic, no one should ever have surgery because the altering drugs needed afterwards are not allowed. That family taking those mushrooms appears to be a one time thing that was a cure for the diseases of the heart. You can dig up a podcast I heard a long time ago from radio lab or this American life. I don’t recall the details too well, but it was something along the lines of a bunch of people took LSD or whatever, and afterward they say the universe as one, like a commonality of all things and became religious afterwards. I think they said all became religious. One person said quitting smoking became very easy and was like flicking a fly off his arm and that was the end of that. If it’s a one time thing to correct the ingrained brain patterns of thoughts, and afterwards it results in much, much less sinning in all other aspects, how is this not encouraged?
  5. So this guy says a family took the mushrooms together and all decided they should never yell at each other ever again afterwards. As someone who grew up in a dysfunctional household, I may have benefited from such a thing.
  6. Where can I find a place with a pet washing machine like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VfSl0iGAus
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxUTl_xd9u0 Australians vs feral cats
  8. Would this work? It can swim for a few minutes in the chlorine water pool and have the same results of a bath?
  9. Salaam So, the cats are carnivores. Cats made several species of birds extinct. Would it be more ethical to euthanize the cats?
  10. I have an idea as a hobby project. Civilising a psycho cat, whether it’s feral or house raised. They get put down like right away from what I hear, so might as well try. Anyone know where I can find one?
  11. Posting random links with no explanation like a spam bot.
  12. Lol at all these thread jacking trolls. They can’t even reply to the logic. From defending Pagan rituals to denying animals their natural interactions. What’s next, trying to convincing others that Jesus as partook in Pagan rituals.
  13. It appears you are misinformed. Cats fighting is natural. They fight and walk away. It’s like a boxing match. It’s in their DNA to do so. It’s a part of a healthy lifestyle. Depriving them of developing self protection skills may hurt the species in the long run as the animals may lose instinct of self protection. I remember Listening to an npr podcast years ago about foie gras. Someone made humane foie gras by tricking the geese into thinking they’re wild so that they alway over eat, and someone else tried to copy him in America. The American tried to use geese from a farm, but it did not work because the farmed birds lost the instinct to sit on the eggs after many generations of being farmed. https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2016/08/01/487088946/this-spanish-farm-makes-foie-gras-without-force-feeding So, not letting cats do their natural instinct of fighting can let them to lose their instinct and and not defend themselves in future generations. and you shouldn’t use terms if you don’t know their meaning. “Blood sport.” “Sadistic,” they said. “Wrong. You lose,” I said.
  14. I sense hostility from you.
  15. As a Muslim, it is concerning to "celebrate" a holiday of the Pagans. Like wearing Nike shoes, a company named after polytheist God. Glorifying the whack. So disrespectful. Perhaps disrespectful to early Christians who were slaughtered by Pagans for Monotheists to celebrate along with the Pagans.
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