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  • Anisha Woods Asking where God is is like a fish asking where the water is. :D
    Aug 27

  • Dennis Wilhelm Before surgery, the anesthetist offered to use gas or to knock the patient out with an oar. It's an ether/oar situation.
    Aug 1

  • Meg Nikki Prav Anyone interested in hiking the trail of ten falls at Silver Falls or climbing up to the top of South Sister with me while we still have the gorgeous summer weather?
    Aug 19

  • Theo Mix glad to be here
    Aug 2

  • Adair Streiker testing
    Jul 23

  • John Keefe III Fascism is a way of ruling that advocates total control of the people. The left is on a hard march towards fascism. Their approach to the supposed ills of society is to remove freedom of choice and impose control from on high. From plastic straws to the size of drinks that are allowed, to removing your Second Amendment rights and even imposing on your First Amendment rights by approved speech rules, the left is about control. Mixed in with this obsession with control is a underlying postmodernism that eliminates logic and reason from public discourse and replaces it with emotional arguments with underlying anger and violence. We can see this on the streets where they wear masks and bring weapons to impose their ideas on those that disagree with them. We’ve been here before at the turn of the 1900s Marxism/communism murdered hundreds of millions of its own citizens to impose social order as defined by the fascists. Hiding behind the label of anti-fascist is the most cynical way that today’s left is seeking control. If the left does obtain total governmental control the death camps are not far behind. “Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.” Martin Niemöller “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” ― Edmund Burke
    Sep 13

  • Collin McNinch Test this is a test blah
    Aug 6

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