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  • good on you for challenging people in the covid thread. I'm pro-vaccine but really uncomfortable with mandates, completely degrades peoples trust in institutions which the already had lost faith in.
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    GIMH
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    Yeah exactly that. I’ve actually been called an anti vaxxer (am vaxed) purely for not believing they should be mandatory. you’ve summed it up exactly right. And any product that needs to be mandatory just makes me suspicious by default
    wellAlbidarned
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    yeah we're living in some weird times. And people wonder why so many get pushed into the lunatic fringe when any kind of nuanced questioning is ridiculed.
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    You laugh but I've reported your post.
    GIMH
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    that’s fair, at least if I go down it’ll mean this place finally took one of my suggestions
    The Jaw Titan, like all of the Nine Titans, was brought into the world after the death of Ymir Fritz. In the 1,700 years following her death, the Jaw Titan was held in the possession of one or several of the warring Eldian houses subservient to the Founding Titan. After these seventeen centuries the Jaw Titan was taken by the nation of Marley during the Great Titan War.
    Atlamál in grœnlenzku (The Greenlandic Lay of Atli) is one of the heroic poems of the Poetic Edda. It relates the same basic story as Atlakviða at greater length and in a different style. The poem is believed to have been composed in Greenland, most likely in the 12th century. It has 103 stanzas and is the only Eddic poem written entirely in the metre málaháttr.
    All the more reason for me to hold the powerful to account, no?

    fwiw the second one was in error
    Lots of good vibes round the forum today so just thought I'd pop in and say happy new year!
    Hey gimh, just read the interview thread and loved yours in particular. The injury you suffered sounds dreadful, and I hope you're doing better now.
    It was a good game man. Well done. Even with help it's really hard to run something so deep without mistakes.
    Oh yeah I remember you mentioning you were going to do just that. The really crazy **** at work should have subsided by then so I'll definitely be in for the game. TV wise I've only got time for mini-series for now but SoA has been on my list for ages.
    Yeah, appreciate that. I'm ngl I did get pretty mad for about thirty seconds when I saw that but tbh making the post I did was enough to get it off my chest and it's water off a duck's back as far as I'm concerned after that
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