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l found this 04 November 2000 printout from another -extinct- Muslim website.

A high school French teacher was explaining that French nouns are masculine or feminist.

One student asked, "What gender is a computer?''

The French teacher was not sure, so she divided the class and asked them to determine a computer's gender.

The high school boys decided that a computer is feminine gender because:

1] No one but its creator understands their internal logic.

2] The language they use to communicate with other computers is incomprehensible to everyone else.

3] Even the smallest mistakes are stored in long-term memory for later retrieval. [Ed.: the old tape-recorder in their head observation.]

4] As soon as you make a commitment to one, you find spending half-your allowance/paycheck on accessories/frivolities for it.


To be continued, BUT . . . that isn't bad for a bunch of high school boys who ain't never been marred yet.

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My family. when i wake up and look at my wife and daughter sleeping it puts a smile on my face. 

Today  I was reading this book title  “How to not hate your husband after kids” this made me laugh 

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Now, the high school felines had a different assessment. They determined a computer's gender as masculine, because:

1] ln order to get the computers' attention, you have to turn them on.

2] They store a lot of data but are still clueless.

3] They [They? -ed.] are supposed to help us solve our problems, but half the time they are the problem.

4] As soon as you commit to one, you realize that if you waited a little longer, you could have had a better model.

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This picture of Baden's "National Security Team":


This picture reminds me of Men in Black.  Are we/US the political aliens that must be managed?

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^^^^^^ Of course, when he said "we're baaa-ack", l am afraid that this liberal interventionist is a re-newed poltergeist on the World Stage.

Anticipating: Baden speaking, "Like my old friend John McCain said, 'bomb them'."

Short Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOkSvLqkafU

2 minute version:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKK2WiTmu4

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l saw a few of these when it occurred to me this is a psyop.

Here is one. A buddhist halo and little devilish horns.



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Me made me laugh this morning.

Not that l have hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, but l was reading a list of phobias and found pentheraphobia. Should not that be spelt pantheraphobia?


:sign_sorry: The first mental disorder means "fear of long words." :rolleyes:"l wonder if that includes 'mile' and 'light-year'?

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An old newspaper clipping.

March, 1993

"Pope to Shine with Help of Designer"

"Bridal designer ... of Minato-ku, Tokyo, will leave for Vatican City ..."

"(She) first came up with the idea ... while designing dresses for overseas wedding collections using material woven in Fukuoka-ken."

"Although not Catholic ... she began studying Western wedding fashions for business purposes. As a result, she said, she became more aware of chris!ian religion and traditions, and gained a new respect for the pope." [ln a fashion 'respect' sense -ed.]

"The set was designed to symbolize divine love and truth, which influence the universe, (she) said."

[The Fukuoka company now in business almost 800 years for 2020 -ed.] "employed its special technique to create intricate pattern using the shape of a pansy, which is the national flower of Poland --the pope's homeland."

"The fabric itself costs about Y3 million {about $21+ in then dollars and yen -ed.}. Because of the additional embroideries, the set will be priceless, (she) said."

(This)"gift is the first from a private citizen."

"The fabric will shine under the sun," (she) said.

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12 minutes ago, hasanhh said:

Like choosing the 'best of the slobs', correct?

Brother I have noticed that you have some real issues with women

But don't consider every woman in the same category:worried:

Me and brother @Zainuu were discussing in general and my intention was not to argue or to prove something...but from your comments it seems you took it too serious

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19 minutes ago, Syeda Batool Rizvi said:

But don't consider

Sorry, you understood it backwards. "Slobs" refers to men.

Even men's college dorms smell like a locker room.

And l have known a few guys l didn't like going into their house or apartment they were so 'bad'.

And truly this happened about three decades ago. A man brought me some extra fish he caught and his wife came with him. He came into the kitchen and l saw her take two steps in the front door, sees my place and literally jumped backwards back out the door. And stood in a cringe posture.

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