eh, it’s a photo. on the internet. with a sticker on it that shows that people who support the implication sent it. Show me a museum website copy and I’ll believe it. Otherwise it’s just public relations for somebody.

eh, it’s a photo. on the internet. with a sticker on it that shows that people who support the implication sent it. Show me a museum website copy and I’ll believe it. Otherwise it’s just public relations for somebody.

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My nephew’s just finished 6th grade. Him and his friends had a 2 month obsession with Hitler. I helped him with a project or two. [he’s the class clown and wanted the shock value]. His friend’s still into Hitler (and Stalin and WW2 Spongebob memes) but he’s abandoned his Hitler fetish, although he still likes the WW2 Spongebob memes. I do too, most of them anyway.

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At middle school sports games, as a member of the band I often rooted for the other team to win. My school sucked and I hated sports so…

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Ah! Here’s an old example of what I’m thinking of: Check out this headline and story: It’s from 1982.

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I personally loved Osho’s ideas but a cult formed around him that got out of his control. This is the community I posted earlier.

In 1982, best of intentions. All the wording was right and I believe they believed they were doing the right thing with the right teachings. Osho certainly believed what he said… but didn’t mind the cars and money that came with it.

But a few years later all the best teachings didn’t matter. Disaster.

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I did an impromptu creative writing as if it was a part of “The Flat Earth Story: How the Globalists Won”. It was fun and scared myself a little.

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