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general non-furry discussion / Re: The "Bad News" thread.
« Last post by Cateline on Today at 04:23:39 pm »
My laptop has broken again, so I am back on my tablet  :(
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news forum / Re: Bats killed for their blood
« Last post by Cateline on Today at 04:21:23 pm »
Here in the UK, our bats do not get classical rabies but they do get EBLV (European Bat Lyssaviruses)
http://www.bristol.ac.uk/biology/research/behaviour/batlab/members/harris.s.html
A Scottish bat worker has died of ELBV, but it in itself is uncommon; it's only found in certain types of bats, and at an exceptionally low level compared to the overall number of bats that we have in the UK. But, better safe than sorry etc.

All bat carers have to be fully vaccinated against rabies - and registered on the UK Bat Care Network - before they can be listed as being available for bat care.
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Trump and the  GOP have been trying hard to get rid of the ACA.
(Obamacare) So fewer people are using it. Now there are cheaper
plans out there that don't give good coverage. So as in the past
people will find out the hard way that they still owe a lot of money
after they get out of the hospital. They can thank the friendly GOP
and Trump for their monetary headaches.

Trump got over 100 million dollars in donations for his inauguration.
The special counsel is looking into who gave the money. Checking
to see if any was foreign money which would be illegal. Also he is
checking to see where the money went. Less than 30 million was
spent on the inauguration it's self, so that leaves over 70 million
in someones pocket.

President Trump is trying to say his lawyer made the decision to
pay off the pkorn star he visited with. Well I don't think we can
believe anything Trump says. He has lied over 6000 times since
he took office. Besides Trump has a history of not wanting
anything done without his personal approval.

Trump is still looking for a cheif of staff. With all the problems
Trump  has made for himself it's not surprising he is having
trouble finding someone to  work for him in the white house.
There is some rumers that Trump will pick his son n law to
do the job. Talk about a family business. We need laws that
prevent this kind of thing. Trump seems to worry that he can't
trust anyone but family. Makes one wonder what Trump is trying
to hide.

You can find out more at the following links.
www.msnbc.com

www.investigaterussia.org
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the polling booth / Re: Extra Sensory Perception?
« Last post by Jade Sinapu on Today at 09:14:15 am »
Ha ha, yeah maybe no money involved.
I think I know what you are referring to Loc, very rigorous scientific studies in laboratories, video recorded as well.

So if anyone was to try, it would only ever be a game.  And if anything came out of it, it wouldn't carry any weight.
But it might be fun to see what happens.... If I did that, would it be a word game?
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the polling booth / Re: Extra Sensory Perception?
« Last post by charcoal on Today at 05:46:40 am »
Or just a lucky quess or two and money in your pocket
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the polling booth / Re: Extra Sensory Perception?
« Last post by Loc on Today at 04:37:55 am »
People have done experiments like this with large amounts of money as a reward for anyone who can reliably demonstrate they have ESP.

The rewards have always gone unclaimed.
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general non-furry discussion / Re: The "Bad News" thread.
« Last post by charcoal on Today at 12:33:41 am »
What's got you bugged and my bad news of the day is I have ran out of stuff to laugh at
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the polling booth / Re: Extra Sensory Perception?
« Last post by charcoal on Today at 12:26:01 am »
Sounds fun who says learning can't be fun
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general non-furry discussion / Re: The "Bad News" thread.
« Last post by Amducious on December 13, 2018, 10:35:09 pm »
Stressing the hell out over stupid things again
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the polling booth / Re: Extra Sensory Perception?
« Last post by Varg the wanderer on December 13, 2018, 09:42:58 pm »
Maybe a game with colors? Siiwolf (from here) and I used to play a game where one person would pick a color and focus on it, preferable while looking at it, and the other person would try to tell them what it was.

If a third, disinterested person was involved the person focusing on the color could tell them what they were looking at, and the person trying to read what color was on their mind would report it to them. Not only would this third person keep record, but if someone hits a gray area (It was blue, but I kept thinking of the shaggy grass outside) or (I got blue, but it was kinda brown). They could compare if there was a corresponding difference and count it as a hit or not.
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