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Mrs.B replied to Loren Miller's discussion God Comes Out as Pro-Choice (Betty Bowers) in the group Freethought and Funny Bones
"Would have been something else......"
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Mrs.B commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"Exactly the same here, Kurt. We've had several disastrous fire seasons, as well as…"
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Andy Stout replied to Loren Miller's discussion God Comes Out as Pro-Choice (Betty Bowers) in the group Freethought and Funny Bones
"If only Mary had an abortion..."
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Davy commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"Ian what you are witnessing is the reasons why cultures that form civilisations based upon…"
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Ian Mason commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"Extreme weather but mediocre government and inadequate responses. Nobody wants to be bold, except…"
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Loren Miller commented on Loren Miller's group Quote Of The Day
"Human decency is not derived from religion. It precedes it. -- Christopher Hitchens Our forebears…"
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Kurt Neuleuf commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"Summer in Australia is going to be fun. extreme firestorms and flooding has been forecast  for…"
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Mrs.B commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"Equipment & the personnel to run it. "
18 hours ago
Chris B commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"Yes, but your enormous country is harder to monitor, I'd think, and to get the equipment and…"
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Mrs.B commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"But we're loaded with lakes & rivers."
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Chris B commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"This is a small country with plenty of open water, so fires are much easier to contain. Canada…"
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Mrs.B commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"A worry, nonetheless."
19 hours ago
Ian Mason commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"Correction: the rain MIGHT start today, in some places, perhaps. Temps at 30c again might start…"
19 hours ago
Mrs.B commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"Big, small or otherwise, fires are frightening."
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Chris B commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"The first drop of rain has yet to fall, but the clouds look nice. Fires are going on but not on a…"
20 hours ago
Mrs.B commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"How is your fire situation there?"
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Stephen Brodie commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"We are due some thunder and lightning with perhaps some heavy showers by Wednesday. "
20 hours ago
Ian Mason commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"Long may it rain, Chris. We're due to get some in DK about Thursday."
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Ian Mason commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"Born-to-money indifference, Stephen. And as long as the stupid proles of the world keep slogging…"
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Mrs.B commented on Sydni Moser's group Coffee Break
"A spokesperson for the BC Wildfire Service says 80 per cent of the 212 new fires sparked across the…"
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The strange world of online book reviews

Hello book lovers, I'd like your opinion on a NYT article about how online book reviews are being used as a weapon to "destroy" books or wr…

Started by Adriana

10 Apr 9, 2019
Reply by Lutz

The Kafir Project

I just finished Lee Burvine's latest novel, The Kafir Project. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes a fast moving plot that features athei…

Started by Neal

3 Jan 14, 2017
Reply by Chris

The Phantom of the Opera (unabridged)

In Gaston Leroux's novel a half-crazed, disfigured musician living in the labyrinthine cellars of the Paris Opera house creates a series of…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

5 Oct 19, 2016
Reply by Chris

Zoobiquity: What Animals Can Teach Us about Health and the Science of Healing

From the book's description: In 2005, cardiologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz consulted on an unusual patient: an Emperor tamarin at the Lo…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

9 Oct 17, 2016
Reply by Chris

On Bullshit - Harry G. Frankfurt

Now, I haven't read this book, but it looks really interesting. It makes a novel (to me) distinction between liars who understand the truth…

Started by Michel

4 Oct 12, 2016
Reply by Tom Sarbeck

Believing the lie, Elizabeth George

Elizabeth George is a tremendous writer when it comes to psychological thrillers and one can put the emphasis on "psychological". The twist…

Started by Marianne

3 Nov 24, 2013
Reply by Marianne

Barbara Nadel

Barbara Nadel is a great author and I read all her books.  Her latest one DEADLINE is the fouteenth in her series about Inspector Ikmen.  …

Started by Marianne

0 Jul 28, 2013

Reading theists books.

I'm definitely an atheist but I don't feel threatened by theists maybe sometimes by where their stupidity may lead us. I'am an addict reade…

Started by Marianne

1 Jun 2, 2013
Reply by Doone

Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat, by Bee Wilson

Two words: Absolutely fascinating.  I'm listening to this on CD right now, and I just have two CDs left. This is a truly enjoyable book.…

Started by A Former Member

10 Apr 4, 2013
Reply by A Former Member

1960s Science Fiction Novels Everyone Should Read

I'm a HUGE science-fiction fan (not the movies, the books) and I stumbled upon this list of 1960s classics everyone should have read and wa…

Started by Michel

4 Feb 20, 2013
Reply by Michel

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