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Why is this a thread.
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Why is this a thread.

Why are threads "threads" and not "yarns" or "strings"?
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"""Bulletin board""". What did they mean by this?

Well, the word bulletin came from French, which in turn took it from Latin, which in turn took it from Gaulish. It bore the meaning "bubble" or "a bubble shaped object". The Proto-Indo-European source "beu" seems to have meant "swelling".

So, swelling board it is.
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So what you're saying is that threads are interwoven via "posts", to encompass a sort of "board", per sé, and that time is only perceived circley and linearly
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Why is this a thread.

To give me a nice little teehee.
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So what you're saying is that threads are interwoven via "posts", to encompass a sort of "board", per sé, and that time is only perceived circley and linearly

No. I was saying that bubbles can be made from soap. Bulletin boards harbor threads, which are used in the making of fabrics, which in turn are used in the making of clothes. If you don't want to stink, you should wash your clothes. You usually wash your clothes using laundry detergents, which are a kind of synthetic soap.

Booya.
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Why are threads "threads" and not "yarns" or "strings"?
Or "twines"?
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The word "bulletin" came from "bullet", they used to shoot bank robbers in front of those boards in the wild west. "It's bulletin time at noon" - a common phrase in those days. This phrase later mutated into "bullet time", which the movie Matrix popularized - robbers were quite slippery in the days of the wild west, though the inaccuracy of the revolvers was a more likely reason for the huge number of missed shots.
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No. I was saying that bubbles can be made from soap. Bulletin boards harbor threads, which are used in the making of fabrics, which in turn are used in the making of clothes. If you don't want to stink, you should wash your clothes. You usually wash your clothes using laundry detergents, which are a kind of synthetic soap.

Booya.


So what you're really saying is that humans make word-sounds for new-thing, based on historicity and recollection. Ugh move slab, then means move slab, and ugh red means both rose and blood. And that this is kind of like a rabbit-duck



But it's not a rabbit nor a duck, like that french art representation of that not-pipe
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So what you're really saying is that humans make word-sounds for new-thing, based on historicity and recollection. Ugh move slab, then means move slab, and ugh red means both rose and blood. And that this is kind of like a rabbit-duck



But it's not a rabbit nor a duck, like that french art representation of that not-pipe

Couldn't have worded it any better myself.
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Also, to keep this ""thread"" on ""topic"", fuck the """Pope""". I'm not a Catholic, but I had high hopes for him as he seemed authentic (something necessary for the degenerate practices of the Vatican).

But his topical comment on "corpophilia" caused me to lose every ounce of respect for him. That's nice that he met Russia's "Orthodox Pope" in Antarctica (first time that's happened in over a thousand years, I believe?), but Melania showed him too much respect with that head-shit she was wearing. That was too nice of her IMO.
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he met Russia's "Orthodox Pope" in Antarctica (first time that's happened in over a thousand years, I believe?).

Indeed. It is a little know fact that over a thousand years ago the Pope commanded the first crusade and led the crusaders into Antarctica, where they clashed with the holy forces of the Orthodox Pope at McMurdo station. "The meeting" was obviously not quite as pleasant as the recent one...it is not clear who won that day, and the undead crusaders still haunt that place...
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Indeed. It is a little know fact that over a thousand years ago the Pope commanded the first crusade and led the crusaders into Antarctica, where they clashed with the holy forces of the Orthodox Pope at McMurdo station. "The meeting" was obviously not quite as pleasant as the recent one...it is not clear who won that day, and the undead crusaders still haunt that place...


I don't know why your posts have been so degenerate in recent history (though some of your shitposts are dece I'll admit), but apparently you hate real history? Your only posts in this thread have been fake news. Are you historyist? I thought Muslims such as yourself cared about that (wait your the Swedish one, right? Sorry if not)

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/feb/12/pope-francis-russian-orthodox-patriarch-kirill-make-history-cuba-first-meeting-in-1000-years
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wow, I don't know how to answer...I'm sorry if I upset you I do like history.
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wow, I don't know how to answer...I'm sorry if I upset you I do like history.


Then stop desicrating it?

Shape up bitch. You call yourself a man, or wrong side of history? Shape up. P H A S E S
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This thread is now about ontological discussions about food.

Is a Pop-Tart a kind of ravioli?
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No, ravioli is a pastry.  Durrr.
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But it's not a rabbit nor a duck, like that french art representation of that not-pipe
magritte was belgian you motherfucker
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No, ravioli is a pastry.  Durrr.
In that case, is tofu a type of cheese?
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In that case, is tofu a type of cheese?

I don't even know what tofu is.
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So did you notice that the pope trolled Trump -- did a little fat-shaming with Melania in on it. "Having you been feeding him a lot of potica?" Not pizza. Potica is a Slovenian dish (where Melania is from, and by the way with questionable immigration papers). Looks like this:

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magritte was belgian you motherfucker


*taps hearing aid" Did you say that magritte was a belgian motherfucker? Isn't that redundant?
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dspellmanI did write "potica" when Melania pronounced it and "pizza" when Donald chimed in, because that's how it went. I'm not sure he really tried to fat shame him. Maybe he just likes this Slovenian dish and wondered whether they eat it at home (I doubt she cooks. She probably didn't plan on doing much cooking when marrying an old billionaire).

Many news website did misunderstand at first and reported that the pope asked Melania about pizzas, which probably sounds more "fat poking" in most people's eyes (though I assume it isn't viewed as a fast-food dish in Italy).
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dspellmanI did write "potica" when Melania pronounced it and "pizza" when Donald chimed in, because that's how it went. I'm not sure he really tried to fat shame him. Maybe he just likes this Slovenian dish and wondered whether they eat it at home (I doubt she cooks. She probably didn't plan on doing much cooking when marrying an old billionaire.


My model friends insist that she was never really a model, but was an escort, and that any "modeling" shots were done to promote the escort business. I will admit, however, that I have no *first hand* knowledge of this. In any case... As you say, it's unlikely that she cooks.
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*taps hearing aid" Did you say that magritte was a belgian motherfucker? Isn't that redundant?
I'm Dutch, I don't see why you would bother to ask this question. Sometimes things just require extra emphasis.
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