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    Meeting women

    I'm a woman and can't help but find them funny too. It must because I grew up with brothers lol.
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    Tech to talk to the "dead."

    If you'd like to share more on that I'd be interested to know your experiences. You see the thing is with me, I read science articles, and I always look for the scientific explanation for experiences that can be described as "the supernatural", and a lot can be explained by science but there are some experiences that just mystifying. I've had my fair share of them over the years.
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    Tech to talk to the "dead."

    I'm glad I started an interesting thread! It's a topic that interests me greatly. Not that I'm desperate to live on after death per se ( if there's nothing, and just the end of me, well so be it, I can't change that and at least there'll be no more bills to pay LOL), but a natural curiosity to know what the truth of it is. Yes, that is what I was wondering too about this soul phone tech- is it an open line to "spirits" or simply detecting them? I'm very sceptical of it, still inclined to think it's one big hoax. I wish I could post a link to the article on the Hadron Collider to this thread but I get blocked every time I try to post a link. Well, I have had numerous dreams over the years where I've met and talked to those who are no longer alive, even had one of my late brother last year. Science does not really understand dreams; they only have theories on them. There are definitely different types of dreams. Some are just made up of snippets of things that one has been thinking about, experienced or read about during the day, or the past few days, then there are those that are like a narrative or film. I've had loads of the latter where I'm somebody else in a story, like a film. I had an epic one when I lived in Greece a few years ago- it was like being in a late 1950s Hitchcock film. It was very entertaining! A friend of mine loves dreaming. I think she sees it as free entertainment lol. What is especially intriguing abut dreams is when people dream about events that have not happened in their real life and then a few days or weeks later what they dreamed about happens exactly as in the dream. That's happened to me in the past. What is that about? I wish I knew!
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    Tech to talk to the "dead."

    I'll have to give that a watch sometime. I'd like to know more about your NDE motleyhoo if you don't mind sharing this? I'm interested to know what happened and what your experience of the afterlife is. Obviously if there is life after death then we are no longer physical beings. From my limited understanding of this I get the impression that being non physical then that means existence is less limited and that it is a different state of being, and perhaps more like being in an astral projection type of state where the laws of physics differ; that the surroundings would be less fixed, less tangible and more conducive to the imagination ( that is one can create what one wishes)? Sorry I'm not explaining it very well, but I'm not good at maths and science, so I find it hard to put into words. I can only word it by how I imagine it might be, or how I try to picture it. I know mediums and psychics have written many descriptions of the "afterlife" but this is from a physical human's mind, so not any proof really.
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    New suspect for Maddie

    This sounds very suspicious. If he'd fallen off his bike, why would he be found in a drain with his clothes off? Poor lad.
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    JK Rowling- woman v trans

    Thanks Brad. I actually have two pianos! One is a circa 1910s one that I got off freeycle 10 years ago. Can't be tuned anymore but is kept for the look in my old style sitting room. I've got a digital one in my bedroom. I've got all sorts of piano books lol. I only manage to get to plonk a few chords and then I reach an impasse. I can't read music because I've got maths dyslexia and my eyes cannot follow the notes on the sheet music. They jumble about and I get confused. I also can't figure out beats for the life of me. I can pick out a few notes by ear but that's about it ( which everyone can do). I've also got tiny clumsy hands. I'm in my 50s and past it for music learning. Now and again I'll plonk about and noodle. Creating art is nothing like music! I make miniature houses, rooms, dolls, paintings, draw portraits. Art is fairly easy to me; comes naturally. Music does not. Art is my talent, if I can be said to have one.
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    JK Rowling- woman v trans

    Exactly; valid concerns about employment, being able to pay the bills etc. If someone has the time or inclination to post rants on Twatter about monthly periods then they really need to get a life! And, to be blunt, the "working people" are the ones with real lives. These idiots spending their time posting nonsense on Twatter live in cloud cuckoo land. Phoney baloney.
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    JK Rowling- woman v trans

    I think mixed sex workplaces are the best. Although I'm not fazed being in a room full of fellas as long as they behave with respect towards me. I don't mind harmless joshing though.
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    JK Rowling- woman v trans

    Brad you are very astute. The binary reference is chilling.
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    JK Rowling- woman v trans

    It's not PC to say this but you are right. The chromosomes stay the same. What is changed is outward appearance due to the operations and taking of hormones. If the taking of hormones is ceased then a "trans woman" will start to grow a beard again. I've seen trans that look very convincing- these are the ones who "transitioned" very young. That's why they wanna allow children to be blocked from going through puberty. A man who "transitions to a woman" after years of being a man like Bruce Jenner is never convincing. Just looks like a drag queen.
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    JK Rowling- woman v trans

    These nutters have too much free time on their hands; spending it on useless shit. They need to be engaged in fruitful, useful work that contributes positively to society. A few weeks work on farms bringing the harvest comes to mind.
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    Tech to talk to the "dead."

    It's psychological- these boxes act a catalyst for individuals with pre disposition to mental health issues and are suggestible to things. They hallucinated and misheard voices coming out of the boxes.
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    Tech to talk to the "dead."

    @Truthspoon That's a sad story. That poor bloke sounds like he has serious mental health issues and needs help from medical professionals.
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    Meeting women

    Trains, buses, Asdas--- I was on a crowded train a few years ago, sitting there minding my own business and some bloke who was standing just dropped a really loud one. I've been in places when nasty smells have appeared out of nowhere and nobody owns it. Everybody toots.
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    Meeting women

    You need to get out and mingle more mate, then you'll see the truth lol.
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