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One of the dwarves walked in front of Thor to get a better view of the pyre and Thor kicked him irritably into the middle of the flames which made Thor feel slightly better and made all the dwarves feel much worse
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I had diced chicken thighs that I cooked in butter, thyme, oregano, garlic, bay leaves, salt and pepper, I had it with some salad. The rest I put into containers with rice and veggies for work lunch tomorrow and Thursday.
· Japan is very clean and safe (partly a functions of the genetics of its population)
· Japanese people are polite and friendly
· Animu and mango!
> China comes to town
> California let things get so bad that people actively welcome Chinese style police state in its wake
I bet his dad would speak in tongues while everyone sang, probably wrnt all "mecka lecka, mecka lecka".
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I went to aPentecostal church two weeks ago. Fella next to me started doing that whole speaking in tongues thing, then the pastor on stage talked about doing the same years ago at work. I'll probably stick to my local Baptist church
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Funny as I post an anime chunni that we're talking about religion.
Yes, Pentecostal is probably the freakiest thing you'll walk into. They won't warn you or anything. Then they'll whip out the tongues and doing ""miracles"" and praising jesus. 
It should be entertaining cause you're watching people have spaz attacks! But, it's not and it feels like you walked in a cult ceremony and feel the ancient ones are about to awaken and the sudden urge to get the fuck out.
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Wasn't as zooey as some people make it out to be... Or as culty.
I had a fairly fun time with it until the church started playing favorites and people would suddenly appear from nowhere and gain high positions with no notice.
I eventually got a sour taste, my parents got a sourer taste and we all left. Even the deacon, youth pastor, and a few other left.
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> Wanna see a pitcher plant in Louisiana
> Government website says it exist in a Parish
> One report of it being in that parish.
> Literally nothing us about it being there in that parish.
I'm not driving to Eastern Louisiana!
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Singapore > Johor Bahru > Malacca > Kuala Lumpur > Ipoh > Kuala Kangsar > Taiping > Penang
That's the rough plan, so far. Taman Negara would be cool to visit as well, I might even look into staying overnight at Kuala Tahan.
> More cushion for the pushing.
The rail thin Asians don't really do it for me.