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3 days ago
Concrete Zipper
What's the point in being mummified if you're not around to enjoy it?
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13 days ago
Concrete Zipper
CC2, I have warned you before about posting off-topic video links. This is not Facebook. I don't mind some off-topic stuff, but you have a history of doing it a lot. Keep your posts genuinely on topic and you'll be fine. As far as Jordan goes, he's supposed to e-mail me to explain himself. As long as he posts under multiple usernames and attempts to hide from admin, his posts will continue to
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23 days ago
Concrete Zipper
Please post the link. CZ (admin)
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30 days ago
Concrete Zipper
Verb you, elderolddog.
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6 weeks ago
Concrete Zipper
I just wanted to note that cults are on-topic here. The QAnon movement may view Trump as its savior, but at the root, this is just another cult where scammers are playing rubes for some personal benefit. The Trump part was just a hook to attract that market segment. With Trump out of power now, the cult will follow the path of other cults when fundamental prophecies have failed: most of the ad
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2 months ago
Concrete Zipper
I second Eric’s nomination of Susan I/S. She’s certainly my favorite Exmo, and her tireless efforts kept this place running for years. CZ
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2 months ago
Concrete Zipper
The original Christus statue was installed in Denmark in 1833 and the artist, Thorvaldsen, died in 1844. That makes the work too old for copyright protection in the U.S. But (big but here) copyright law outside the U.S. can be quite complicated, especially when it comes to the "moral rights" of artistic works. The fact that the church did not begin using replicas of the statue until
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2 months ago
Concrete Zipper
The brethren are worried about their own mortality. Where's the eternal perspective?
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3 months ago
Concrete Zipper
It's a curelom feeding station. Clearly there was a Nephite ranch located here back in the day. "Git along, little curlies!"
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3 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Even I get deleted sometimes. No one is immune. CZ (admin)
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3 months ago
Concrete Zipper
josephssmmyth, Please e-mail me. Thanks, CZ (admin) concrete.zipper@gmail.com
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3 months ago
Concrete Zipper
If the moderators pull one of your political posts, please stop reposting on the same topic. Email us if you have a question about what’s appropriate and what’s not. Thanks, CZ (admin)
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3 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Caffiend, If you have questions you're welcome to e-mail me. CZ
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3 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Not rigged. Ziller has my full faith and confidence. CZ (adminest of them all)
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4 months ago
Concrete Zipper
If anyone says Zardoz I will lose all respect for them.
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4 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Much like America's current War on (some) Drugs, the U.S. prohibition of alcohol in the early twentieth century did not go well. Attempting to legislate morality (and sometimes even mere "good sense") seems to frequently backfire. As the song says, 'When will they ever learn?". CZ
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4 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Imagine the outcry when these folks find out about an addictive drug that kills and injures tens of thousands of people a year in the U.S., and is probably in their house right now! Alcohol! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcohol#Etymology
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5 months ago
Concrete Zipper
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Up6g0SDMJ7A&feature=youtu.be&t=20 From the original 1958 movie.
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5 months ago
Concrete Zipper
What to do with such bitter fruits: "You're such a bitter widdle fruit aren't you. Such a bitter fruit. With bitter widdle ears, and bitter widdle eyes and such bitter widdle toes. Oh, I could kiss your bitter widdle toes forever. Yes, I could!" CZ
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5 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Remember to consecrate the coffee and not the cup.
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6 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Was it? Or did you get washed away while checking?
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6 months ago
Concrete Zipper
What are you doing reading this???? Run!!!!!!!! CZ (ever-mindful of his flock)
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6 months ago
Concrete Zipper
The key is whether the adherents know that or not.
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7 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Exmo Aspie has been nursing an antisemitic and white nationalist grudge for a while. I guess he ran into some Mormons who decided to take advantage of that and pull him back into the cult. Where did he get the vocabulary here? "Its about who gets to be hold hegemonic power in the Intermountain West, and its clear there are some extremely wealthy and powerful people(many of them Jewish) wh
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7 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Perhaps the batteries in his lighted pen have run out. Good exmos around the word should mail him batteries so that he may continue writing down the nocturnal word of God. I don't know if his pen uses AA or AAA batteries, so you might want to send both kinds.
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7 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Poe's Law rears its ugly head again. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poe%27s_law
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7 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Yes, standing. He was doing Roman style, as was the fashion at the time. Go, Jesus! https://web.archive.org/web/20110716212807/http://www.texastrickrider.com/Roman.html
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8 months ago
Concrete Zipper
The site costs about $2500/year to run. We'd love to get donations for two years worth of operation so that we don't have to fund raise again for a while. I'll put the $5000 goal up on the OP. Thanks to everyone! CZ
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8 months ago
Concrete Zipper
In this case, virtue signaling is tied to the size of your donation. Please be virtuous. And maybe we ought to get some tote bags made.
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8 months ago
Concrete Zipper
Greetings fellow exmos! It's been a year since our last fund raiser and it's time to do it again. Although we hate to ask for money, the cost realities of hosting, bandwidth, etc. require us to occasionally ask for donations. Our last one was in July of 2019, and we only have a couple of months of funds left in our account. The site costs about $2500/year to operate, and our goal is to rais
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