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I've been following this subject for over a decade. I used to love oranges, too; now I won't eat them any longer either. I can't knowingly poison myself. This is an atrocity aimed at a time when our "elite" owned fake government decides it's time to starve us out and into their clutches. I think it will be soon.
I'm a disabled vet (Hospital Corps), professional singer/songwriter/musician, outdoorsman, amateur mycologist, bibliophile and autodidact. I'm interested in everything, and have been doing my best to learn it all. I don't expect to succeed, but I'm having a wonderful time trying! Wanting all of the data on this I can get my hands on was mostly my reason for joining; that, and having like-minded, involved people to exchange ideas and information with.
I found this place by accident in a search.
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If I'm able. My rest is VERY sporadic due to chronic intractable pain. It's hard to plan much in advance, not knowing what kind of physical, financial or other shape I'll be in. My finances - well, I really don't HAVE any, and mostly couldn't put a down-payment on a free meal.
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You're right, people like to stick to their illusions and dreams. Subconsciously, they are afraid that it will all fall apart, and that is too hard to handle. The funny thing is that it will all fall apart because people dare not to wake up.
Welcome - "there are no accidents" you were directed here to 12160 by cosmic forces "brother". I sent you a friend request and I have information that may help you with the pain you are suffering with. We are of like minds and we are all in this together. I have many relatives in Nova Scotia and my mother used to speak the Gaidhlig - but sadly never taught us. Warmest regards . . . space wabbit
Please make yourself comfortable and pass on any info you feel would benefit and awaken others.
With regards to Gàidhlig speakers, It's actually around 1.1% of native Scots, and it's use among those under 20 is increasing, although dialect forms of Gàidhlig are also spoken by the Scottish diaspora in Canada, mainly in Nova Scotia.
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