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So, who knows anything about bird behaviour?
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Post: #46
RE: So, who knows anything about bird behaviour?
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Birds is easy. All they say is “I forgot.” Fly all that way over countless miles to be close to you and their birdsong is two dang words.

Even their behavioral psychologists with University education, PhDs, skateboard deck design experience, creative writing seminars et al just enhance the subharmonic spirals of subatomic devolution about “I forgot.”

Dogs though, give us the old “Hey.” everytime and we’ll interpret their body language for youz. Cats, you need not want to hear what they normall say about you or their situation. Giraffes, a bit much with their venom diagrams about birds and time share condo pitches. Death monsters, some are birds so we’re glad about the “I forgot.” bit.

Humans do their “who knows...”, which is much like “I forgot.”

You know, I know that because I play panopticon, I know that they think they know, and that I know that I know that don't know. That's what they think they know. But what they don't know, is the known. Because thanks to a lot of other sh*t they think they know, but don't really know, they have known knowns, known unknowns and unknown unknowns, Think of how stupid that is? Like really, firstly, you chose to forget about t hat which you know? You don't mention the unknown known? You're incapable of just having true knowns or unknowns? Always some entropic, convoluted, false derivative, instead. So, I don't know.
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Post: #47
RE: So, who knows anything about bird behaviour?
In this movie the only warning they had is all the birds left the island.

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The Hurricane 1937




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hRiV1Rv87g

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Post: #48
RE: So, who knows anything about bird behaviour?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-18-2020 12:56 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-18-2020 12:52 AM)
Birds is easy. All they say is “I forgot.” Fly all that way over countless miles to be close to you and their birdsong is two dang words.

Even their behavioral psychologists with University education, PhDs, skateboard deck design experience, creative writing seminars et al just enhance the subharmonic spirals of subatomic devolution about “I forgot.”

Dogs though, give us the old “Hey.” everytime and we’ll interpret their body language for youz. Cats, you need not want to hear what they normall say about you or their situation. Giraffes, a bit much with their venom diagrams about birds and time share condo pitches. Death monsters, some are birds so we’re glad about the “I forgot.” bit.

Humans do their “who knows...”, which is much like “I forgot.”

You know, I know that because I play panopticon, I know that they think they know, and that I know that I know that don't know. That's what they think they know. But what they don't know, is the known. Because thanks to a lot of other sh*t they think they know, but don't really know, they have known knowns, known unknowns and unknown unknowns, Think of how stupid that is? Like really, firstly, you chose to forget about t hat which you know? You don't mention the unknown known? You're incapable of just having true knowns or unknowns? Always some entropic, convoluted, false derivative, instead. So, I don't know.

*I know that they don't know.
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10-18-2020 12:58 AM

 




Post: #49
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Every day I'm a bit more distant. And I'm okay with that. This world is far too bullshit and false.
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10-18-2020 12:59 AM

 




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"tucked away for good"
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10-18-2020 01:01 AM

 




Post: #51
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I have like, supposed intellectuals and f*cking sh*t speak with me about garbage and it's like, fuckoff, just fuckoff. Within seconds I read your intent.
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10-18-2020 01:03 AM

 




Post: #52
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They're desperate for their control system, both sides of the dialect made the same post, like robots.
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10-18-2020 01:04 AM

 




Post: #53
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*what* is good

Why would you need to say that? I don't have to say I am good. I am the f*cking worst.
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Post: #54
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So, that means, no, both the posters of those threads, and that which they tried to protect is not good and relegated.
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Post: #55
RE: So, who knows anything about bird behaviour?
This is how setting unseen snares works. It's why I'm so good at aikido. Just a little faster.
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Post: #56
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Actually, I don't speak with anyone on LOP, so. I've posted a lot, mentioned sh*t regarding covid and other problems (all proven) for years and it's like, hey. Looks like your services are no longer required. I don't gain anything from you, you don't help, you're not supportive, you misinform, your malicious f*cking to hell you go then.
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