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  1. Protesting to nihilist thugs breaking and entering his apartment: "This is a private residence!"
  2. Paraphrase of Genghis Khan. "The Greatest Happiness is to scatter your enemy and drive him before you. To see his cities reduced to ashes. To see those who love him shrouded and in tears. And to gather to your bosom his wives and daughters."
  3. The idea that there is not a tipping culture in Thailand doesn't hold up, at least with respect to bars and restaurants. There is a well-established custom of the "hand tip" where if you give the tip directly to the server it is for them alone, and if you leave the tip on the bill tray it is shared among staff. Can't have a custom about tipping is there is no custom of tipping. Street food no tip expected.
  4. Not so much for Britmantoo (for obvious reasons), but for anyone who is actually curious about Bill Gates, you can learn about him directly from his interesting and informative podcast: "Bill Gates and Rashida Jones ask Big Questions" Entertaining and informative.
  5. quick search for definition of hideous = "ugly or disgusting to look at." Even taking into account some latitude for personal tastes or preferences, I think it is clear that the woman is not hideous. Even considering subjective differences in the judgement of beauty it is possible to state categorically that the women in question is not hideous.
  6. You may not find her attractive, but she is certainly not hideous.
  7. Smokers and obese people have nothing to do with this. I contend that your assertion is exactly 180 degrees incorrect. Most smokers and obese people would be glad to get a shot to solve their problems. Getting vaccinated is relatively easy, not being vaccinated is "self-inflicted".
  8. I was referring to the idea that viruses "typically become more transmissible and less dangerous." Which would be great news. Since you didn't provide a reference I did a quick search. Apparently, this is not quite true. https://apnews.com/article/fact-checking-011488089270 [But in fact, there have been cases of viruses that mutated to become more deadly. “That claim as a whole is just nonsense,” said Troy Day, a professor of mathematics and biology at Queen’s University in Canada, who has studied the ways infectious diseases, including corona
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