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    Re: Anti-drepressants

    Try l-tryosine. l-tyrosine is an amino acid that produces dopamine and norepineprine and has been tested at the Harvard School of medicine and proved to be effective against depression. It is...
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    Re: St Johns Wort/Anti-Depressants

    I have not had time (and do not have time) to read all the responces but here is my 2 cents:

    Years ago I was depressed and tried everything I could to relieve the symptoms only to find that the...
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    Re: Freeform Concerto

    I have been listening to Jarrett for many years and too enjoy his pianism. If I were to categorize his performances I would call them stream-of consciousness and know his artistry anticipates later...
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    Re: Homosexuality and Leviticus

    Was Leonardo gay?

    http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/leonardo/life.html

    Was Michelangelo gay?

    http://www.gayheroes.com/mich.htm

    And I am looking for Raphael...
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    Re: Homosexuality and Leviticus

    We live in a world in which reproduction is culturally reinforced and the prejudice against homosexuality is similar to that when the elderly have sex, or people with severe physical dissabilities...
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    Re: Really freaky dream

    Hi Pinky,

    The film 'Living in Oblivion' is an 'indie' american movie that is about low-budget movie making and guess what? It features a (hilarious) scene whereby they film a dream sequence with...
  7. Re: Truth about 666, the beast and the seal of beast

    Reading this thread reminded me of Stanley Kubrick's film 'Spartacus' when Kirk Douglas steps forward and proclaims 'I am Spartacus'. Then everyone else steps forward and states 'No, I'm...
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    Re: Another Evangelist bites the dust

    All we need now is to have bars for evangelicals, hey, wait a minute, it might end up being the same bar!:yh_devil
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    Re: Another Evangelist bites the dust

    When I first watched the video footage of the (now fallen) evangelist my first thoughts were: 'god what a queen'. And when I asked my girlfriend she stated her comments were: 'he's really gay'. ...
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    Re: What's wrong with atheism?

    The only thing I have against atheism is when it becomes a religion with all the dogmatic trappings. When the mystery and wonder of the world becomes ritualized and systemized, I think the whole...
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    2 interesting tests.....

    What's your true religion?

    http://www.beliefnet.com/story/76/story_7665_1.html

    Just to cross reference results I completed both tests twice and my results were similar. On the first I scored...
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    Re: Stuck in Iraq

    The following is a good article about Kerry's overpublicized remarks:

    http://www.counterpunch.org/lindorff11022006.html

    And whatever you think of his remarks it must be noted that (because of...
  13. Re: How and why did HIV/AIDS spread so quickly?

    First and foremost AIDS is not a moral issue or a disease that is isolated to homosexuals, prostitutes or needle drug users. All you have to do is look at Africa's AIDS pandemic to realize it is...
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    Re: Killers of Iraq

    I wish I could blame the 1% of violent people for this mess but I cannot. I blame the people who should be blamed: Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld and the other neocons who started this mess. This article...
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    Re: The Cinema

    I really never scream at a movie and am difficult to startle or scare in real life, but I have laughed really loud at movies. Probably the hardest (and loudest) I ever laughed was while watching...
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    Re: After life? Or another time around....

    Well, I try and I always thought Eugene O'Neal's life motto 'the truth is never bad' is a good phrase to live by. Though I would amend it to say the truth is never bad but can be very embarrassing....
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    Re: After life? Or another time around....

    Hamster, great name (my first pet was a hamster), I think you just won at Bingo. Your interpretation of my thoughts is correct and I have always been this way. Even as a child while in CCD, I was...
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    Re: After life? Or another time around....

    Here goes nothing. It is my opinion that we all come from the same place and are all going to go to the same place - though I am not sure what this place is or if there is any place to go after...
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    For many people it is easier being told what to think on the TV and radio rather than actively pursuing knowledge by reading books and this reflects a world where people are encouraged to be passive...
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    Another route of study to understand the influencing of people is through the scholarship of propoganda. In the 19th century the word propoganda meant an 'exchange of ideas' and did not have the...
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