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Can we all admit that without evidence there's NO GOD?

As by far the smartest user on this forum, I can attest that God, ALLAH does exist and he has chosen Muhammad as his last messenger.

Just pray Sciencerocks that he is merciful when you enter hell.
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Scammers don't get a molecule of sympathy from me, I'm afraid. They can all fucking die, as far as I'm concerned.

 

It's bullshit that their only options are to scam people or starve. If they can use a telephone and computer, and speak English, then clearly they're employable in useful work.

 

Blocking them? I'm sure BT will provide this option.


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On a serious note, I just got my driver's license in the world's most chaotic place to drive, so I'll be fucking around a lot more in the city. Going to visit bilgual book stores and stock up on books. Also, I'm thinking of going on a pilgrimage across the Maghreb from here to Mauritania. I might go with friends, but I'm preferring myself. I might try to pray for the hell of it at every ancient mosque and visit ancient cities and ruins. I was also thinking of a pilgrimage across the sahara to remnants of the Songhai, but I think that's less realistic, and I'd only do it on a camel.
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[...]  ancient mosque and visit ancient cities and ruins. I was also thinking of a pilgrimage across the sahara to remnants of the Songhai, but I think that's less realistic, and I'd only do it on a camel.

 

You should take some photos and post them here. :)



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Definetely, if it ever works out I'll keep you guys updated. Will just be a matter of internet cafés. I was also thinking of vlogging it out, makes it more interesting, though there are like millions of travel vlogs, so I'll be working out a new style or bust. Thinking inspiration from Lés Stroud.
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On a serious note, I just got my driver's license in the world's most chaotic place to drive, so I'll be fucking around a lot more in the city. Going to visit bilgual book stores and stock up on books. Also, I'm thinking of going on a pilgrimage across the Maghreb from here to Mauritania. I might go with friends, but I'm preferring myself. I might try to pray for the hell of it at every ancient mosque and visit ancient cities and ruins. I was also thinking of a pilgrimage across the sahara to remnants of the Songhai, but I think that's less realistic, and I'd only do it on a camel.

Wow, enjoying life I see. I think its really cool how two cultures have and are affecting your life - from growing up in Canada to living in Libya.

Enjoy traffic jams in 40 degree C heat when you're in a rush anyway ;)
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Don't make me think of that, I still got a winter to enjoy!

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Don't make me think of that, I still got a winter to enjoy!

All things must pass!

What kind of temperatures are you looking at for the winter?
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Goes to 5-20°C usually, which is not bad if all houses weren't made of stone and lacked central heating so you're wearing sweaters to bed.

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That's tough. Extremes are pesky to deal with. Ireland has such a mild climate. It stays consistently mediocre in the summer around 17-20 C, and consistently mild in the winter, around 5 C.
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That's tough. Extremes are pesky to deal with. Ireland has such a mild climate. It stays consistently mediocre in the summer around 17-20 C, and consistently mild in the winter, around 5 C.

 

Hoping our winter here in the northeastern US is a bit warmer than usual..though that still means like -5C to 5C swings. :(


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I'm right on the edge of the Northeast--Pittsburgh--and my gut is screaming that it's going to be a brutal winter this year for some reason. The past two have blessed my city with 50F days in December and only a few mild blizzards come February.


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I think it was still snowing by March earlier this year in the north and northeast of the States, so if that's anything to go by it's not looking good this winter!

It hasn't properly snowed in Ireland since 2010. I've forgotton what making a snowman feels like r.i.p
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I think in my city the temperature never went below zero (°C) this year.


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Just watched episode 1 of Blue Planet II – amazing.



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I think it was still snowing by March earlier this year in the north and northeast of the States, so if that's anything to go by it's not looking good this winter!

It hasn't properly snowed in Ireland since 2010. I've forgotton what making a snowman feels like r.i.p

 

I have a friend in Worcestershire who said it hasin't snowed there in years either, I wonder when you guys will get a normal winter again.


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Just watched episode 1 of Blue Planet II – amazing.

Nature documentaries and television shows are something I'm aaaalways meaning to watch but never get around to it. Glad you're enjoying!
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I think it was still snowing by March earlier this year in the north and northeast of the States, so if that's anything to go by it's not looking good this winter!

It hasn't properly snowed in Ireland since 2010. I've forgotton what making a snowman feels like r.i.p

I have a friend in Worcestershire who said it hasin't snowed there in years either, I wonder when you guys will get a normal winter again.
That's the thing - this mildness is our normal winter now!!!
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I think I'm going to die. I need help. I can't find any, won't get any as an adult now. Fuck everything.

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Help with what mate what’s happening?
Only take advice from people who have what you want.
You don't decide your future. You decide your habits, and your habits decide your future.
Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power. - Abraham Lincoln.




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