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'And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music' -Fredrich Nietzesche

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No coincidence there 7 comments
strangelyacoustic · 4 hours ago
Listen, I don't support the guy whatsoever, but this isn't fair. Trump moved his head a certain way - so what? There's a lot you can criticize him on, but this is a ridiculous correlation.
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Trippy coral blooming 4 comments
strangelyacoustic · 8 hours ago
Another year as the last unmarried in the family. Our family tradition continues 5 comments
strangelyacoustic · 13 hours ago
If you're implying single people are granted immortality then I'm about to live forever
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Another year as the last unmarried in the family. Our family tradition continues 5 comments
strangelyacoustic · 21 hours ago
homeboy died year 4 but he came back
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Anon is hungry 2 comments
strangelyacoustic · 23 hours ago
To be fair Eddie Hall took in 10k calories a day when he was prepping to set the world record deadlift. Maybe Anon is just a world class strongman
My walk home 6 comments
strangelyacoustic · 23 hours ago
Gorgeous
Happy 4th from Mark Ruffalo! 3 comments
strangelyacoustic · 1 day ago
If that's America's ass then I gotta book a flight
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New decade new face. Who will it be 2 comments
strangelyacoustic · 1 day ago
To defeat the wojak you must become the wojak
Belgian employee of & Other Stories, part of H&M, protesting the fact that she has to 11 comments
strangelyacoustic · 1 day ago
Agree! They seem to be making a good recovery from COVID-19 so far as well, so that's good!
Slorp 2 comments
strangelyacoustic · 1 day ago
Curiouszelda > Shakespeare
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Belgian employee of & Other Stories, part of H&M, protesting the fact that she has to 11 comments
strangelyacoustic · 1 day ago
I searched it up, and it appears Belgians can file for state-aided temporary unemployment if they want to right now, so they thankfully aren't being forced to work. I'd imagine she's working due to financial burdens that she wouldn't be able to meet otherwise.
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Astrology ???????????? 5 comments
strangelyacoustic · 1 day ago
Can confirm, was the asparagus
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It's Purrfect 9 comments
strangelyacoustic · 2 days ago
@catfluff we need an expert's opinion
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But my rights 16 comments
strangelyacoustic · 2 days ago
So then, asking as someone w/o medical experience, why have so many governments/health organizations/schools endorsed them? I can't imagine they would all reach the same wrong conclusion...
Also, as far as I've seen, there's been plenty of criticism of the large crowds in recent protests. A lot of people have said not to go out, and I know plenty of people didn't protest in person specifically to avoid perpetuating the virus. I feel like "nobody's saying much" is just incorrect, honestly.
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But my rights 16 comments
strangelyacoustic · 2 days ago
The scientists and governments of effectively every country, and because if everyone agrees such a tiny measure could significantly cut down the spread of the virus, the chances they're all wrong is pretty slim and the chances it could help is large. (Not trying to be salty or rude btw, but since you asked, just adding to conversation. Hope you're doing well @famousone)
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Aww :( 9 comments
strangelyacoustic · 3 days ago
...isn't the UK still a very strong country?
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oui 6 comments
strangelyacoustic · 3 days ago
Yo I just wanted to say I love your stories that's all thank you :D
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Pink voiceless proud Raven 7 comments
strangelyacoustic · 4 days ago
On your point on doing all that work, yeah, I imagine he was probably hoping the case wouldn't be closed for all those years while he was getting the degree. I'm glad he managed to fight it out :D (Assuming, of course, the land was rightfully his father's)
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Pink voiceless proud Raven 7 comments
strangelyacoustic · 4 days ago
According to a BBC article I read by searching up his name, the case went on for two decades. The 23 years would most likely be after the land was lost, given the phrasing of the post and the specifics of the case. I feel like 18 years is fine, if you include general education, because the time it takes to complete most law degrees ranges from 3-7 years, and he would need general ed. to be able to succeed in higher education. It appears the family had no money for effective legal representation, so he needed to become a lawyer so he could fight for his family and make sure the case was won.
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So I made my first meme 1 comments
strangelyacoustic · 4 days ago
weed^2
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Honestly yes 3 comments
strangelyacoustic · 4 days ago
This is the most 4chan shit I've seen in my life
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Fishy Fun Break 24 comments
strangelyacoustic · 5 days ago
>:(
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Fishy Fun Break 24 comments
strangelyacoustic · 5 days ago
:(
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Fishy Fun Break 24 comments
strangelyacoustic · 5 days ago
Don't eat too many villagers while you're out :)
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