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Post self-deleted by Barlactica.

Barlactica

How is the people today?

Barlactica wrote:How is the people today?

Thepeopl's fine, to my knowledge.

I am as well. How are you?

Barlactica

Aandruzognivia wrote:Thepeopl's fine, to my knowledge.

I am as well. How are you?

Thanks, it's fines

Warzone Codger wrote:Nothing is overpriced. If you can't afford it, it just means you need to work harder.

Y/n

I'm 14.
And I don't get allowance
The only money I get is in gifts or off the street

Ezzonin wrote:Like the new flag?

Wonderful! How did you animate it?

I can tell that yes things on ebay and amazon are very overpriced like "crab claw cheeto" for 499$

Post self-deleted by Karktopials Reborn.

Vustana wrote:https://youtu.be/YOjvJrSsAWs

Minskyiv wrote:Oh wow, I wonder what this could be. Let me copy and paste it real quick!

you fat bald bastard
while listening to crab rave
oh i forgot my joke,

when a criminal tries to kill you but youre in the living room

I apologise usually I start to feel awake at 5 pm.
Guns are never ever good and certainly not in those teenagers who are cri*

It's like a boomerang and it will always bounce back to you and live in fear for the rest of your life. Talking is also not efficient because nobody listen.

Run outside even when the window is closed and then go to a crowdy street and ask for help. That is what I should do

A virtual triad wrote:I apologise usually I start to feel awake at 5 pm.
Guns are never ever good and certainly not in those teenagers who are cri*

It's like a boomerang and it will always bounce back to you and live in fear for the rest of your life. Talking is also not efficient because nobody listen.

Run outside even when the window is closed and then go to a crowdy street and ask for help. That is what I should do

wow,that is a bit dark i say

A virtual triad wrote:I apologise usually I start to feel awake at 5 pm.
Guns are never ever good and certainly not in those teenagers who are cri*

It's like a boomerang and it will always bounce back to you and live in fear for the rest of your life. Talking is also not efficient because nobody listen.

Run outside even when the window is closed and then go to a crowdy street and ask for help. That is what I should do

Guns are good for two things: killing, and banning.

What if the assaulter isn't interested in preserving the lives of others to get to you? Then, you get a possible mass shooting scenario. Also, the bystander effect might throw a wrench in your plans <_<

Thanks... I have a solution and that is called coffee. I still have a huge stock of Java coffee: kopi Luwak is very tasty but honestly I like their white coffee more because it's sweeter.

I saw a Luwak and even captured it in the fields. You can't hold is as pet anyway. I'm still thinking about what exotic animal to buy. First there was a snake to keep the cops out of my bedroom with their COVID-19 inspections. But these animals have a really bad smell and there is not much movement during the day. A fish say nothing so there is no empathy like many rare pets. What should I choose today at the exotic pet shop...

Any recommendations?

Aandruzognivia wrote:Guns are good for two things: killing, and banning.

What if the assaulter isn't interested in preserving the lives of others to get to you? Then, you get a possible mass shooting scenario. Also, the bystander effect might throw a wrench in your plans <_<

you portrayed indians

A virtual triad wrote:Thanks... I have a solution and that is called coffee. I still have a huge stock of Java coffee: kopi Luwak is very tasty but honestly I like their white coffee more because it's sweeter.

I saw a Luwak and even captured it in the fields. You can't hold is as pet anyway. I'm still thinking about what exotic animal to buy. First there was a snake to keep the cops out of my bedroom with their COVID-19 inspections. But these animals have a really bad smell and there is not much movement during the day. A fish say nothing so there is no empathy like many rare pets. What should I choose today at the exotic pet shop...

Any recommendations?

get a tarantula or a orangutan
and hav u tried kopiko blanca

Hoffania wrote:Nothing much, you?

Work, as always... Good morning...

A virtual triad wrote:Any recommendations?

Cat. They are undependent, intelligent and they choose to be with you. Also, dont require so much work and constant attention. Dogs are like children and you cant keep a dog inside an apartment. Not to mention the barking. Cats are much more quiet and when you sleep they usually sneak onto the bed and sleep too. Also, where cat is, there arent bugs or mice. The cat just terminates them. So, mutually beneficial relationship.

COPPAtilism wrote:I'm 14.
And I don't get allowance
The only money I get is in gifts or off the street

any way me and ppl here could help?

The Snowylands wrote:any way me and ppl here could help?

dont double post
dont swear
dont post a too long post
and shut up.

COPPAtilism wrote:I'm 14.And I don't get allowanceThe only money I get is in gifts or off the street

Then change it. I started to work when I was 14. And if you think that something is expensive, try to buy it on the second hand market. For example, I can buy server with 64GB RAM and 2x12 core 3Ghz Intel Xeons here. For about 450$. Or branded Core i5 system upgraded to 20GB RAM for 140 of your money. Of course, without dedicated graphics card and second hand.
If you don't want to do things for pennies, then start to learn something helpful.

A virtual triad wrote:Thanks... I have a solution and that is called coffee. I still have a huge stock of Java coffee: kopi Luwak is very tasty but honestly I like their white coffee more because it's sweeter.

I saw a Luwak and even captured it in the fields. You can't hold is as pet anyway. I'm still thinking about what exotic animal to buy. First there was a snake to keep the cops out of my bedroom with their COVID-19 inspections. But these animals have a really bad smell and there is not much movement during the day. A fish say nothing so there is no empathy like many rare pets. What should I choose today at the exotic pet shop...

Any recommendations?

buy a bison if you want empathy and rarity.

ITmans wrote:Work, as always... Good morning...
Cat. They are undependent, intelligent and they choose to be with you. Also, dont require so much work and constant attention. Dogs are like children and you cant keep a dog inside an apartment. Not to mention the barking. Cats are much more quiet and when you sleep they usually sneak onto the bed and sleep too. Also, where cat is, there arent bugs or mice. The cat just terminates them. So, mutually beneficial relationship.

Cats are actually dumber than dogs (on average). Also, they hurt the environment! Dogs are very playful, and active. Not all require special or constant attention. Cats are grumpy and scratch you. Also not all dogs bark as loud as you claim, not my Lucy. She's rather quiet, but she loves to explore the ranch we live on. Lucy also sleeps on my bed, and I love her.

Arcanagara wrote:buy a bison if you want empathy and rarity.

Do we shoot it next >_>

Aandruzognivia wrote:Cats are actually dumber than dogs (on average). Also, they hurt the environment!

Not really. Cats solve problems on their own. And most dogs look for help from their owners. The ancestors of the dogs were actually much smarter exactly because they were independent and had nobody to rely on. I never had a grumpy cat. Not that there aren't any. But cats usually can do much less damage to a person than a dog. Also, cats have existed alongside humans for a thousands of years and even without humans to help them in the wilderness. We did not fabricate them. So, they are just a part of the balance. Also, seems like you have never played with a cat. The only difference is that the cat doesn't have the urge to please you. So, cats are more like partners with their own personality than children to care for.
Smart dogs do exist. Like german shepherds. But they are not pets. Also, they require discipline or can get out of control.
If you think that cat can do some damage, imagine what kind of damage 40kg german shepherd could do. Not to mention that it is fully capable of actually killing a person. And while I don't mind the existence of any being and usually just leave them alone, here if dog is aggressive and randomly attacks people, we usually deal with the dog using a shovel.

ITmans wrote:Not really. Cats solve problems on their own. And most dogs look for help from their owners. The ancestors of the dogs were actually much smarter exactly because they were independent and had nobody to rely on. I never had a grumpy cat. Not that there aren't any. But cats usually can do much less damage to a person than a dog. Also, cats have existed alongside humans for a thousands of years and even without humans to help them in the wilderness. We did not fabricate them. So, they are just a part of the balance. Also, seems like you have never played with a cat. The only difference is that the cat doesn't have the urge to please you. So, cats are more like partners with their own personality than children to care for.
Smart dogs do exist. Like german shepherds. But they are not pets. Also, they require discipline or can get out of control.
If you think that cat can do some damage, imagine what kind of damage 40kg german shepherd could do. Not to mention that it is fully capable of actually killing a person. And while I don't mind the existence of any being and usually just leave them alone, here if dog is aggressive and randomly attacks people, we usually deal with the dog using a shovel.

I'm too tired to argue, and frankly I don't care. I like dogs (especially mine) a lot. I also like cats, just not the mean or aggressive ones.

I'm going to sleep.

Aandruzognivia wrote: I like dogs (especially mine) a lot. I also like cats, just not the mean or aggressive ones.

There are aggressive cats, but, imagine, there are aggressive dogs and people too. Animals too have personalities. Why you expect that animals should be all benign, while we humans are the cruellest beings currently existing, not to mention dangerous hunters. I never had a cat that was aggressive. Most cats can become aggressive if ill, poisoned or constantly provoked or tortured. Just like people. Not to mention that I am a cat person... I don't dislike dogs, they are just too active for me.
Good night. It's morning here but whatever...

Arcanagara wrote:buy a bison if you want empathy and rarity.

ITmans wrote:Not really. Cats solve problems on their own. And most dogs look for help from their owners. The ancestors of the dogs were actually much smarter exactly because they were independent and had nobody to rely on. I never had a grumpy cat. Not that there aren't any. But cats usually can do much less damage to a person than a dog. Also, cats have existed alongside humans for a thousands of years and even without humans to help them in the wilderness. We did not fabricate them. So, they are just a part of the balance. Also, seems like you have never played with a cat. The only difference is that the cat doesn't have the urge to please you. So, cats are more like partners with their own personality than children to care for.
Smart dogs do exist. Like german shepherds. But they are not pets. Also, they require discipline or can get out of control.
If you think that cat can do some damage, imagine what kind of damage 40kg german shepherd could do. Not to mention that it is fully capable of actually killing a person. And while I don't mind the existence of any being and usually just leave them alone, here if dog is aggressive and randomly attacks people, we usually deal with the dog using a shovel.

Aandruzognivia wrote:I'm too tired to argue, and frankly I don't care. I like dogs (especially mine) a lot. I also like cats, just not the mean or aggressive ones.

I'm going to sleep.

ITmans wrote:There are aggressive cats, but, imagine, there are aggressive dogs and people too. Animals too have personalities. Why you expect that animals should be all benign, while we humans are the cruellest beings currently existing, not to mention dangerous hunters. I never had a cat that was aggressive. Most cats can become aggressive if ill, poisoned or constantly provoked or tortured. Just like people. Not to mention that I am a cat person...
Good night. It's morning here but whatever...

i hav hamstr and fish

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