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Bigotry hath no bounds, I guess.


My little pony.. my little pony
Then bigotry made a left turn at Ambiguity Lane and it (along with your point) got lost.

Don Juan

My point: Frail, fragile minds can't adjust to change. They think that they can run away from things. But running is a very inefficient way to confront your fears. Please don't be a fragile mind.

Look around to the many helpful folks who came from OG. Live with them. Learn with them. Relax with them. No one is trying to change your beautiful little ICmag world.


And here I thought this thread died because of the welcoming arms and many new friendships formed and old friendships rekindled. The OG refuge forum closed and I assumed this would too, they both served their purpose throughout an internet turmoil but are no longer relavant to anyone here.

Guess that's the thing with bigots - they gotta keep tryin to stir up old shit. OG happened. Get over it. Shit happens. Everyone is welcomed here with open arms and honest hearts from all sites and walks of life that I've seen. No one cares any longer if you were from OG, hell most of us were at one point or another. Just cease this ill begotten hostility once and for all, willya.

Turn that sour attitude towards terrorists and government asshats that refuse access to our medicine.

And check thread dates before jumping.........this mess is old history - Feb '06. (This is almost 2007)

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Bigots? Here at ICmag. NAAAAA can't be. We are all perfect, and tolerant of all people.

How crushed I am.

What was your point again?

Jam Master Jaco

I came across this thread earlier and now I'm back, this has been driving me crazy. I apologize for the upfront nature of my questions...but Don Juan, is your post some sort of symbolic bible scripture that we must all interpret in our own way? If not, what are you talking about? Are people being mean to you?


My little pony.. my little pony
Dang, I was positive it meant,

" Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary - Cite This Source


gigantic, the king of Bashan, who was defeated by Moses in a pitched battle at Edrei, and was slain along with his sons (Deut. 1:4), and whose kingdom was given to the tribes of Reuben and Gad and half the tribe of Manasseh (Num. 21:32-35; Deut. 3:1-13). His bedstead (or rather sarcophagus) was of iron (or ironstone), 9 cubits in length and 4 cubits in breadth. His overthrow was afterwards celebrated in song (Ps. 135:11; 136:20). "


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A rose by any other name,,,,,

ok, adapted for this readership,,,,

A Hashplant by any other name would still get ya high!

Marijuana is natures way if saying High! - - or is it Hi!?

one to beam up

Don Juan

Jam Master Jaco said:
I came across this thread earlier and now I'm back, this has been driving me crazy. I apologize for the upfront nature of my questions...but Don Juan, is your post some sort of symbolic bible scripture that we must all interpret in our own way? If not, what are you talking about? Are people being mean to you?

Thank you for asking, Jaco.

Since it isn't appropriate (or practical) to have an entire subsite on a single forum, it's like: what's the point? Besides, it just seemed that the forum was offering a way for people to run, rather than confront their fears. Running just makes you worn out and scared. I know, because I've done plenty of it. :sasmokin:

If the object of the game is to become as informed as possible, should we send a message of separation and denial? I suppose that's the meaning of it. Peace, and thank you again for asking.

Jam Master Jaco

You're quite the character Don Juan. It's cool though cuz you're simply being nice. :wave:

Jam Master Jaco

Thanks for thanking me for thanking you for....ah fuck it. Cheers :canabis: :friends:


Is it too late to post my "We hate on an equal basis" rant?? All this mushy stuff is crashing my buzz.


My little pony.. my little pony
Will a senseless Barney killing bring you back around?


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Perhaps a chuckle or two for you... ;) :) :D

Perhaps a chuckle or two for you... ;) :) :D

The Onion's articles comment on current events, both real and imagined.
It parodies traditional newspaper features...

You Know What's Stupid?
Everything I Don't Understand

By Steven Bowman as published in "The Onion" on February 27, 2008

For far too long I've sat idly by, twiddling my thumbs and respecting the right of others to form thoughts and opinions independent of my own, and I can't take it anymore.
I've got to speak up about the many things that annoy me or I'm going to go crazy.
Take these new credit cards with the microchips in them, for instance. Man, those things really get my goat—trying to improve a device that was working perfectly fine as it was. Even worse are those wrappers on CDs that take forever to open.

But do you know what I hate the most?
The one thing that makes my blood boil whenever I see it?
Anything beyond my mental capacity, that's what.

God, all the people, places, and things I haven't made the least bit of effort to comprehend should just die already.

Will you look at all this stuff I have neither the intellect nor the maturity level to process? What a load of crap. It's in my face every day, doing lots of things I don't have an immediate desire to do and saying things I can't identify with at this stage in my life. How lame is that? I mean, what kind of pathetic loser would actually enjoy something that's so incredibly not among my personal preferences? Not me, that's for sure.

Maybe my standards are way too high, but if your like any of the many hundreds upon hundreds of things that are too multifaceted for my attention span, you should just go have your head examined too, weirdo.

And don't even get me started on any complex and sophisticated notions that one may have that I couldn't possibly wrap my head around. That stuff makes me just want to puke. Just knowing there are people out there who like—actually like—interacting with various concepts that overwhelm my feeble consciousness makes me embarrassed to be an American. I don't like it in our homes, I don't like it in our schools, I don't like it outside of my comfort zone—well, I just plain don't like it. And if that makes me closed-minded, well, then I guess I'll have to dismiss that accusation outright in order to avoid being introspective even for a moment.

Why, only yesterday I saw a commercial on TV for a new product I have no immediate use for and therefore cannot see any value in. Who's making this worthless junk? Seriously. If I see one more household appliance I am not mature enough to own or operate, I'm going to punch someone. I swear. Sell that to the suckers with the money and inclination to buy it, because I wouldn't take it off your hands if you gave it to me, provided me with a living situation stable enough to house it, and showed me how to use it in a manner that didn't disrupt any of my cripplingly sedentary lifestyle habits.

Same goes with any TV show, movie, band, solo act, artist, book, burgeoning subculture, celebrity, fashion trend, or religious belief that makes me feel excluded from my peers or otherwise ostracized by the mainstream. That stuff is retarded.

While I'm at it, I'm sick to death of this growing trend of people who don't share my cultural heritage.
I don't know how you did things back in that country of yours that I have never took the time to educate myself about, but around here bucko, we dip our fries in ketchup.
That's the way it's always been by golly, and that's the way it's going to stay until such time as I choose to possibly acknowledge some diversity among the earth's 6.6 billion people.

If things don't start changing around here, I might have to up and leave this town.
It's gotten to the point where I can't walk down the street without having some flier thrust into my face, advertising some dumb concert or stupid party or annoying art festival or lame-o primary or any number of other events that no sane person with a crippling fear of the unknown and a wildly underdeveloped imagination would ever want to go to.
I've never been to any of these social gatherings, but I imagine the scores of people who attend them must be total idiots.

You know what?
You geeks go knock yourselves out.
Have a blast with all your differences in personality and preference.
Don't worry about me, because I'll be sitting at home alone listening to the same four records I've been listening to since college, laughing at your expense.

What a bunch of losers.

;) :D
Again, this parody is by Steven Bowman as was published in "The Onion" on February 27, 2008.
Welcome one and all,
Diversity is the one true thing we all have in common.
Celebrate it every day.

:wave: IMB :)
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