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George Floyd Trial: Verdict in: Derek Chauvin is found guilty
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Post: #1186
RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:22 AM)
The smug comes off you in waves.
So potent my brain males me think I can smell it.

What you're smelling is your own stench which precedes each post that you make.

That would be more cute if sing didn't already admitted to being full of himself and deserving of my comment.

He hasn't lost the idea of honesty yet.
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Post: #1187
RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
BOMBSHELL: “I Ate Too Many Drugs,” George Floyd Said While Laying on the Ground

Day 8 of the Derek Chauvin murder trial began with a bang for the defense with footage revealing George Floyd said, “I ate too many drugs” while laying on the pavement.

Los Angeles Police Sgt. Jody Stiger

Testimony with paid use of force “expert” Sgt. Jody Stiger resumed Wednesday. During cross-examination, Defense Attorney Eric Nelson played a bombshell clip.

“On camera, officer Kueng’s body-worn camera, starting at 14:21, I’d like you to see if you can tell me what Mr. Floyd says,” Nelson asked Stiger before playing the footage.

https://www.activistpost.com/2021/04/bom...round.html

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Post: #1188
RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:31 AM)
Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:26 AM)
Although yeah, links always help. You know, thoroughness.

Although although, I was at a protest last Saturday, and people are pissed. IF Chauvin was acquitted, they all probably would require protection. For better worse, that's what it is. This is America, particularly in the Trump era (which I would argue we're still very much in the closing echoes of.)

None of this concerns me though. That I've seen, every single cop who's testified, even the Chief of Police, has been unambiguous in their condemnation of Chauvin's conduct.

It's indefensible. If you kill someone and it's caught on camera, it is, by definition, indefensible. An acquittal is beyond the pale right now.

I think Isabella's hunch might right, he may just plead out. He's that f**ked.

Good to know the decider of what smart people do has declared self defense simply can not happen on camera. Not only that self defense can't happen on camera but that any homicide by the very nature of it being filmed becomes "indefensible"

How f*cking important you think you are.

Then let me clarify:

I believe Chauvin should get his trial. I've stated that more than once on this forum. I think it's a testament to how civil our culture apparently can be that we haven't just lynched him.

Indeed, he gets his trial.

And he'll be found guilty. Because of his actions clearly and unambiguously caught on camera.

Actually, multiple cameras.

So yes, we value democracy in America, and due process, so we go through the motions with Chauvin, because it's what's right. Just because he clearly has a sickness in his soul, it doesn't mean we have to lose our own.

So I understand and appreciate Chauvin's legal rights, but I have no problem nonetheless labeling his actions indefensible. Because they are indefensible.

Complicated, isn't it? This is how the world works. God willing, he dies in jail.

"Anti-vaxxers":
IF the passports become policy, of course, feel free to hand me your grocery lists when I go to Walmart. No worries. We're all in this together, right? I promise when I come out with my own groceries I won't just hand you back your list and laugh. Promise.
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Post: #1189
RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:34 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:24 AM)
Of course.
Heart laughter.
I am amazed they haven't made you a smilie.

One might ask what pumps your blood while your heart is busy laughing but I think you are just to worried about disagreeing with the Kool kids


lol...oh, you mean like Soul?

Soul thinks I'm a bigger racist than you are.

When I saw he was in this thread I was like, "Oh, f*#k. Here we go...."

Me and Isabella are cool.

Me and Soul are not.







LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:24 AM)
It's OK.
You've already made your position crystal clear.

My position in this thread at least is surprisingly crystal clear:

Chauvin did not have to put his knee on the back of Floyd's neck. Floyd was neutralized. Again, face down. Cuffed. Hands behind his back. Cop on his legs. Not resisting.

Particularly after Floyd's pulse and breathing stop, that's when, in my opinion, Chauvin crosses the line into something...evil. He remains on Floyd's neck for 3 minutes more.

So Chauvin is guilty. Of murder.

That's my position. According strictly to the evidence.

Have too is not the standard cops use.
Cops handcuff children, women, and basically anyone they can get away with cuffing.
You attempting to pretend that cops need active resistance to take action to subdue is dishonest and just f*cking wrong.
Big ol Floyd just might maybe 1 in a trillion chance could be playing possum, so cop doctrine says , keep the knee on him.

So either you are ignorant as to cop doctrine or you're intentionally spreading misinfo.

It's funny to see you so confidant you know the very moment Floyd dies.
Flat Earth science and "looks like" have infected more than they could have possibly hoped for.
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Post: #1190
RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:40 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:31 AM)
Good to know the decider of what smart people do has declared self defense simply can not happen on camera. Not only that self defense can't happen on camera but that any homicide by the very nature of it being filmed becomes "indefensible"

How f*cking important you think you are.

Then let me clarify:

I believe Chauvin should get his trial. I've stated that more than once on this forum. I think it's a testament to how civil our culture apparently can be that we haven't just lynched him.

Indeed, he gets his trial.

And he'll be found guilty. Because of his actions clearly and unambiguously caught on camera.

Actually, multiple cameras.

So yes, we value democracy in America, and due process, so we go through the motions with Chauvin, because it's what's right. Just because he clearly has a sickness in his soul, it doesn't mean we have to lose our own.

So I understand and appreciate Chauvin's legal rights, but I have no problem nonetheless labeling his actions indefensible. Because they are indefensible.

Complicated, isn't it? This is how the world works. God willing, he dies in jail.

"Let me clarify"
And yet you don't ever actually clarify your f*cking retarded statement.
On camera? Indefensible.

Guess that was what you meant since you never altered or clarified that statement.

It's like you think if it comes from your mouth it is f*cking pure gold.

How nice of you to allow a man a trial.
How Nobel to not call for the Lynch mob.

Take a bow man.
What a specimin of class and nobility.

Then we all clapped.
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Post: #1191
RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
Thoth001  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:39 AM)
BOMBSHELL: “I Ate Too Many Drugs,” George Floyd Said While Laying on the Ground

Who cares?

It doesn't matter if Floyd recited JFK's "Eich Bein Ein Berliner"-speech laying on the ground. Once he's there, he's no longer a threat.

So why did Chauvin put his knee on Floyd's neck and keep it there? Even after Floyd's heart stops pumping and his lungs quit?







Both autopsies make it clear, that's how he died:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killing_of...#Autopsies


"Andrew Baker, a pathologist and the chief medical examiner for Hennepin County...performed an autopsy examination at 9:25 a.m. on May 26...His final autopsy findings, issued June 1, found that Floyd's heart stopped while he was being restrained and that his death was a homicide caused by "cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression".

That's it.

That's everything.

"Anti-vaxxers":
IF the passports become policy, of course, feel free to hand me your grocery lists when I go to Walmart. No worries. We're all in this together, right? I promise when I come out with my own groceries I won't just hand you back your list and laugh. Promise.
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Post: #1192
RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:48 AM)
Thoth001  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:39 AM)
BOMBSHELL: “I Ate Too Many Drugs,” George Floyd Said While Laying on the Ground

Who cares?

It doesn't matter if Floyd recited JFK's "Eich Bein Ein Berliner"-speech laying on the ground. Once he's there, he's no longer a threat.

So why did Chauvin put his knee on Floyd's neck and keep it there? Even after Floyd's heart stops pumping and his lungs quit?







Both autopsies make it clear, that's how he died:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killing_of...#Autopsies


"Andrew Baker, a pathologist and the chief medical examiner for Hennepin County...performed an autopsy examination at 9:25 a.m. on May 26...His final autopsy findings, issued June 1, found that Floyd's heart stopped while he was being restrained and that his death was a homicide caused by "cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression".

That's it.

That's everything.

Wiki being the end all be all of truth
Especially when you quote a part of an autopsy

You know appeal to authority is fallacious, you just don't care.
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RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:41 AM)
Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:34 AM)
lol...oh, you mean like Soul?

Soul thinks I'm a bigger racist than you are.

When I saw he was in this thread I was like, "Oh, f*#k. Here we go...."

Me and Isabella are cool.

Me and Soul are not.








My position in this thread at least is surprisingly crystal clear:

Chauvin did not have to put his knee on the back of Floyd's neck. Floyd was neutralized. Again, face down. Cuffed. Hands behind his back. Cop on his legs. Not resisting.

Particularly after Floyd's pulse and breathing stop, that's when, in my opinion, Chauvin crosses the line into something...evil. He remains on Floyd's neck for 3 minutes more.

So Chauvin is guilty. Of murder.

That's my position. According strictly to the evidence.

Have too is not the standard cops use.
Cops handcuff children, women, and basically anyone they can get away with cuffing.
You attempting to pretend that cops need active resistance to take action to subdue is dishonest and just f*cking wrong.
Big ol Floyd just might maybe 1 in a trillion chance could be playing possum, so cop doctrine says , keep the knee on him.

So either you are ignorant as to cop doctrine or you're intentionally spreading misinfo.

It's funny to see you so confidant you know the very moment Floyd dies.
Flat Earth science and "looks like" have infected more than they could have possibly hoped for.

You're talking to me about "cop doctrine".

Fine. Let's stick to the evidence.

What cop has testified, under oath, that Chauvin was correctly following any lawful "cop doctrine"? None of them. They've crucified Chauvin's conduct. Justifiably.

You may say: "Well that's because that's what they HAVE to say, or else antifa or BLM will kill them with torches and pitchforks!"



After which point you accusing anyone else of "spreading misnfo" becomes that much more ironic.

Handcuffed. Face down. Hands behind his back. Cop on his legs. And you're saying a cop, a professional, should still be justified acting like a skittish alley cat.

lol..."doctrine".

"Anti-vaxxers":
IF the passports become policy, of course, feel free to hand me your grocery lists when I go to Walmart. No worries. We're all in this together, right? I promise when I come out with my own groceries I won't just hand you back your list and laugh. Promise.
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RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
Thoth001  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:39 AM)
BOMBSHELL: “I Ate Too Many Drugs,” George Floyd Said While Laying on the Ground

Day 8 of the Derek Chauvin murder trial began with a bang for the defense with footage revealing George Floyd said, “I ate too many drugs” while laying on the pavement.

Los Angeles Police Sgt. Jody Stiger

Testimony with paid use of force “expert” Sgt. Jody Stiger resumed Wednesday. During cross-examination, Defense Attorney Eric Nelson played a bombshell clip.

“On camera, officer Kueng’s body-worn camera, starting at 14:21, I’d like you to see if you can tell me what Mr. Floyd says,” Nelson asked Stiger before playing the footage.

https://www.activistpost.com/2021/04/bom...round.html



I posted earlier about this and asked why didn't Nelson have a forensic audio expert remove the other voices and background noises which would just leave what George Floyd said.
Yet again he may not want to actually know that because if Floyd didn't say "I ate too many drugs" he couldn't use that like he did today with a garbled voice trying to confuse the jury.

It didn't fly anyway.


Chauvin Trial: Special Agent Testifies Floyd Said, 'I Ain't Do No Drugs'
April 7, 20215:24 PM ET

"Senior Special Agent James Reyerson of Minnesota's Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is testifying in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, in last May's death of George Floyd.

The BCA routinely investigates police use-of-force incidents in Minnesota. Chauvin is facing charges of second- and third-degree murder as well as manslaughter. Video footage from the scene showed Chauvin pressed his knee on Floyd's neck area for more than nine minutes.

Under questioning from Chauvin's defense attorney, Eric Nelson, Reyerson initially testified an officer's body-cam video seemed to capture Floyd saying, "I ate too many drugs," although the statement is hard to make out in the chaos of the moment, reporter Jon Collins of Minnesota Public Radio reports.


After playing the clip the first time, Nelson asked, "Did you ever hear Mr. Floyd say, 'I ate too many drugs?' "

"No," Reyerson replied.

Nelson played the clip a second time, asking, "Did it appear that Mr. Floyd said, 'I ate too many drugs?'"

This time, Reyerson said, "Yes, it did."


But later, under additional questioning by the prosecution, the agent backtracked, saying he now heard something different.

After listening to a longer recording than what had been played by the defense, the Reyerson said what Floyd was saying was actually, "I ain't do no drugs."

The reversal was a blow to the defense which has been building the argument that Floyd, who had a history of drug abuse, died not because of Chauvin's knee on his neck, but from complications of drugs in his system or underlying medical conditions.


Prosecutors also played side-by-side videos from another officer's body camera and the bystander video shot by Darnella Frazer, noting that Floyd appears to stop moving at 20:24:58. When shown a still image taken minutes later — at 20:26:40 — Reyerson confirmed that Chauvin can be seen with his weight on Floyd. He then added that the defendant's equipment, including his vest and belt, added an additional 30-40 pounds.

cont:
https://www.npr.org/sections/trial-over-...o-no-drugs

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Post: #1195
RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:53 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:41 AM)
Have too is not the standard cops use.
Cops handcuff children, women, and basically anyone they can get away with cuffing.
You attempting to pretend that cops need active resistance to take action to subdue is dishonest and just f*cking wrong.
Big ol Floyd just might maybe 1 in a trillion chance could be playing possum, so cop doctrine says , keep the knee on him.

So either you are ignorant as to cop doctrine or you're intentionally spreading misinfo.

It's funny to see you so confidant you know the very moment Floyd dies.
Flat Earth science and "looks like" have infected more than they could have possibly hoped for.

You're talking to me about "cop doctrine".

Fine. Let's stick to the evidence.

What cop has testified, under oath, that Chauvin was correctly following any lawful "cop doctrine"? None of them. They've crucified Chauvin's conduct. Justifiably.

You may say: "Well that's because that's what they HAVE to say, or else antifa or BLM will kill them with torches and pitchforks!"



After which point you accusing anyone else of "spreading misnfo" becomes that much more ironic.

Handcuffed. Face down. Hands behind his back. Cop on his legs. And you're saying a cop, a professional, should still be justified acting like a skittish alley cat.

lol..."doctrine".

So you are going to try and pretend that I need a cop under oath to establish how cops operate.
I guess admitting to being smug is the only honesty I will be seeing from you

We're not talking about what you think cops should do or what you think I will say a cop should do.
That's all just blowing smoke and I think you know it.

Cop on the stand is a different creature than cop on the street.
How cops should act and how cops do act are so far apart I am amazed you think you can get away with such a blatant misrepresentation.

Cops have never been charged for actions more awful than this.

Chauvin was thrown to the wolves.
That's not a statement regarding the legality of his actions nor a statement of how I personally see it on a moral scale but it is the f*cking Truth.

2 billion in damages.
The law k of Lynch mod your so proud of is an illusion.
There is no justice here.
This is a shitshow.
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Post: #1196
RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:48 AM)
Thoth001  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:39 AM)
BOMBSHELL: “I Ate Too Many Drugs,” George Floyd Said While Laying on the Ground

Who cares?

It doesn't matter if Floyd recited JFK's "Eich Bein Ein Berliner"-speech laying on the ground. Once he's there, he's no longer a threat.

So why did Chauvin put his knee on Floyd's neck and keep it there? Even after Floyd's heart stops pumping and his lungs quit?







Both autopsies make it clear, that's how he died:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killing_of...#Autopsies


"Andrew Baker, a pathologist and the chief medical examiner for Hennepin County...performed an autopsy examination at 9:25 a.m. on May 26...His final autopsy findings, issued June 1, found that Floyd's heart stopped while he was being restrained and that his death was a homicide caused by "cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression".

That's it.

That's everything.

I think they had beef with each other because at one point they did work together as bouncers. And then the MSM latched onto the story and created chaos through divide and conquer techniques.

https://www.newsweek.com/derek-chauvin-g...ip-1579431

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RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:41 AM)
Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:34 AM)
lol...oh, you mean like Soul?

Soul thinks I'm a bigger racist than you are.

When I saw he was in this thread I was like, "Oh, f*#k. Here we go...."

Me and Isabella are cool.

Me and Soul are not.








My position in this thread at least is surprisingly crystal clear:

Chauvin did not have to put his knee on the back of Floyd's neck. Floyd was neutralized. Again, face down. Cuffed. Hands behind his back. Cop on his legs. Not resisting.

Particularly after Floyd's pulse and breathing stop, that's when, in my opinion, Chauvin crosses the line into something...evil. He remains on Floyd's neck for 3 minutes more.

So Chauvin is guilty. Of murder.

That's my position. According strictly to the evidence.

Have too is not the standard cops use.
Cops handcuff children, women, and basically anyone they can get away with cuffing.
You attempting to pretend that cops need active resistance to take action to subdue is dishonest and just f*cking wrong.
Big ol Floyd just might maybe 1 in a trillion chance could be playing possum, so cop doctrine says , keep the knee on him.

So either you are ignorant as to cop doctrine or you're intentionally spreading misinfo.

It's funny to see you so confidant you know the very moment Floyd dies.
Flat Earth science and "looks like" have infected more than they could have possibly hoped for.

Uses bullshit about "cop doctrine" trying to defend their boy Chauvin.

Every superior officer of Chauvins and his "Use of Force" officer testified that their agency does not train in the use the deadly force of putting one's knee on a suspects neck.

They also train to never keep a cuffed suspect on his stomach which causes their breathing to be restricted and could cause death.

They are trained to do exactly what Chauvin & Co. did not do,which is put the suspect who is in that position on their side or sit them up immediately.


You know sh*t about this case and trial as you've proved with your posting.

FO and troll elsewhere.

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RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:46 AM)
Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:40 AM)
Then let me clarify:

I believe Chauvin should get his trial. I've stated that more than once on this forum. I think it's a testament to how civil our culture apparently can be that we haven't just lynched him.

Indeed, he gets his trial.

And he'll be found guilty. Because of his actions clearly and unambiguously caught on camera.

Actually, multiple cameras.

So yes, we value democracy in America, and due process, so we go through the motions with Chauvin, because it's what's right. Just because he clearly has a sickness in his soul, it doesn't mean we have to lose our own.

So I understand and appreciate Chauvin's legal rights, but I have no problem nonetheless labeling his actions indefensible. Because they are indefensible.

Complicated, isn't it? This is how the world works. God willing, he dies in jail.

"Let me clarify"
And yet you don't ever actually clarify your f*cking retarded statement.

Oh wow. You don't deserve it, but it amuses me, so:

This is me literally "clarifying" (you might even notice that exact term prominently in my post):


Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:40 AM)
Then let me clarify:

I believe Chauvin should get his trial.


So, that's what we call an "opening statement", if you will.

And then I "elaborate":


Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:40 AM)
...we value democracy in America, and due process, so we go through the motions with Chauvin, because it's what's right...


And then I....(wait for it) clarify:


Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:40 AM)
but I have no problem nonetheless labeling his actions indefensible. Because they are indefensible.



Just prior to that part of my post, I had elaborated further that, in my opinion (whether you agree or not is irrelevant), Chauvin's actions are indefensible because:


Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:40 AM)
...his actions clearly and unambiguously caught on camera.

Actually, multiple cameras.









Now, why did all this go over your head? Probably because:



Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:40 AM)
Complicated, isn't it?



Moving on (and yes, you're welcome):


LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:46 AM)
On camera? Indefensible.


Many cameras, actually.

And yes, indefensible. Hence, why his case is getting clobbered.

But as I said in my unfortunately complicated manner, due process matters, so piece-of-sh*t-racist-murderer Chauvin gets his trial.





LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:46 AM)
Guess that was what you meant since you never altered or clarified that statement.


See above.




LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:46 AM)
It's like you think if it comes from your mouth it is f*cking pure gold.


I wish.

Although occasionally I do kill it. Which reminds me, I should thank you for this particular opportunity.





LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:46 AM)
How nice of you to allow a man a trial.


Indeed. We could have just thrown him in a blender. Probably should have.

Be we are affording him his trial, aren't we?




LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:46 AM)
How Nobel to not call for the Lynch mob.


Civilized.

It's more civilized than noble. (what does Alfred Nobel have to do with anything...?)

(sorry bro, low blow, but you did call me "retarded")







LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:46 AM)
Take a bow man.
What a specimin of class and nobility.


Thank you.




LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-08-2021 06:46 AM)
Then we all clapped.


Won't be the last time.

"Anti-vaxxers":
IF the passports become policy, of course, feel free to hand me your grocery lists when I go to Walmart. No worries. We're all in this together, right? I promise when I come out with my own groceries I won't just hand you back your list and laugh. Promise.
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RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
No I said being a class reductionist white washes stuff and doesn't do anything to prevent it or just outright ignores it
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RE: GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL
It's always about minimizing and emasculating the targets and victims and twisting that in the endless repetition of the drama triangle with triangulation, gaslighting and DARVO

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It's all about repetition, ad nausem..dysfunctional ,belief supporting and bias confirming,indelibly stamped in their psyche, creating well worn exclusive neural pathways in the brain
(This post was last modified: 04-08-2021 07:26 AM by spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ.) Quote this message in a reply
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