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#726 Horus

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Posted Today, 04:14 PM

another nasty LOW lurking around, could be another weather event on Thurs.....by all accounts


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Posted Today, 04:43 PM

Sounds like awesome fun.

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Posted Today, 05:28 PM

Does anyone have a spare tent I may need one

 

 

Theyre $20 a kmart, or you could share with the handsome young jwerta. Was that your devious plan all along?

 

"oh i dont have a tent, can i share with you young fella?... oh dear i seem to have forgotten my sleeping bag, can i share with you young fella? i swear no funny business." *incog rips off clothes to reveal studded leather harness and g string*


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Posted Today, 06:49 PM

Tbh I dont think id mind :)
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#730 ThunderIdeal

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Posted Today, 06:59 PM

^^^ ask subaeruginosin, he apparently always seems to be sporting one.

(sorry couldn't resist, carry on...)

 

good call!!  sub's tent has certainly been much on incog's lips.

 

i mean on his mind.  he made several posts about it.  in his mind perhaps it's on his lips, but here it's just been on his fingertips.

 

which, i am told, have a magic touch.


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Posted Today, 07:02 PM

Tbh I dont think id mind :)

 

perhaps it would be more sporting to offer your sleeping bag to everybody who helped purchase your ticket.


-just because replies haven't been thick n fast in the affirmative to your theorizing , doesn't necessaily mean no-one here cares or understands you , or even that they're asleep because they're not arguing your point the way you see the world and how each paradigm fits into that. I've read so many wondefully worded and DEEP shit on sab over the years, that it rivals published works in some cases.....bloody not as dry that's for shiz. Personally, i'd say, some people here know what you are saying, have probably explored the presented ideas in their own time previously but naturally, would rather, skip, run, twirl and dance to the beat of their own drum when it comes to these matters. So just because someone for example, does not want to fill in a space on your dance card, does not mean that you should stop airing your views for discussion. How many times does a thread metamorphosize like some organic creature flapping it's wings for the first time here in sabland.... and in the end -the seeker finds at the very least- some answers to their question. Alot of the time you need to knead that dough thoroughly before it's ready for the oven tin. -quote from etherealdrifter

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Posted Today, 07:56 PM

Well we had to be chucking in our money for a ticket for him for something right? Seeing as the old cabin boy is kinda hard to get hold of these days.
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Posted Today, 07:58 PM

That's okay I'll build a tent out of sticks, moss and wombat dung.
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Posted Today, 07:59 PM

I'll keep adding rooms to it with empty bulbs, maybe build a wall to keep hillbilly out.
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Posted Today, 08:30 PM

Okay to save this never ending convo/discussion/argument from occurring EVERYTIME. Can u recycle empty bulbs? Are they good to go in the recycling bin? I don't think so they would let it through to the waste.
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