How about...

dilaram

Post by dilaram » Mon Sep 27, 2010 4:33 pm

Matt wrote:Dil, you seem to be saying…

"I am right and you are all wrong"

:?:
You say it correct : "seem".
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Mon Sep 27, 2010 4:34 pm

Homer wrote:
I find this very judgemental and preachy.
I don't understand the need to say it.
Why the need to be offensive?
Did anyone ask you to be their teacher?
I find this very judgemental and preachy.
I don't understand the need to say it.
Why the need to be offensive?
Did anyone ask you to be their teacher?

8)
Libra
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Re: How about...

Post by Libra » Mon Sep 27, 2010 5:19 pm

awakening wrote:....calling it a day?
How about closing this forum?
Leo,
at times
it is hard to understand why you make the effort to keep
this playground open...

we run around, push and trip each other,
we break and bend the rules,

like a bunch of kids...

grown adults,
people serious about this world,

don't act this way

do they?

we question everything and everyone,
find humor in it all
and even tease each other...

-I bet some of us are even chewing gum right now-

I, for one
will be sad if it closes

there aren't enough adult playgrounds like this
places where nobody really gets hurt,
where expression is encouraged,
arguement and dialogue is encouraged and explored,

where dangerous ideas
aren't really dangerous...

Bring Back Toombaru,

I'll take his place in exile
if it needs to be an exchange program

sincere thanks to you,
In my view this place has value
and meaning
and is full of possibility

and is neccessary*

*as much as any-thing can be

JJ

Toombaru is still here / not here
-thanks-
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Post by makara » Tue Sep 28, 2010 5:08 am

going to have a cup of tea..........
Yes please Anna,
but of course only if it's non dual tea,
the one tea,
without a second.

That's Darjeeling tea I'm talking about
and biscuit too thanks.
ANNA
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Post by ANNA » Tue Sep 28, 2010 5:23 am

makara wrote:
going to have a cup of tea..........
Yes please Anna,
but of course only if it's non dual tea,
the one tea,
without a second.

That's Darjeeling tea I'm talking about
and biscuit too thanks.

what is this Darjeeling tea?

never heard? :roll:

and hey, are you the same mak(mac) computer

Libra was talking about.......that generates posts


:roll: :shock: :? :)
makara
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Post by makara » Tue Sep 28, 2010 5:32 am

what is this Darjeeling tea?
Darjeeling - a former English summer retreat
in N.E. India. It is very high and as one goes
up and up (in a magnificent 19c toy railway)
there are very large tea plantations.
It's a beautiful, light tea ... not as
heavy or stewy as the Ceylonese.

Didn't see Libra's comment yet
but alas I'm not a mac,
I'm a PC
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