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It was an absolutely gorgeous afternoon - temperatures in the upper 70s, a breeze, clouds in the sky but not too many.

So I spent some time under the crabapple tree.  It was just lovely.  The doves sat on the wire and cooed for me.



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And one by one, the overlords came to visit.  (Sometimes in groups, sometimes for a minute, sometimes longer.)

And so I got a glamour shot of the Hunting Overlord.



And a few not as glamorous.






I got a truly lovely shot of the Long-Haired Overlord.



Demon is feeling better and consented to a number of shots.




And the elusive Fourth?



She doesn't believe in photographs!

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Demon looks like she is doing so well! I love your cat pics! Glad you had such a nice day.

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    • feministxtian


      1 hour ago, Red Hair, Black Dress said:

      Probably even stranger to a mid-westerner is this exchange. That happens All. The. Time.

      Hey I'm gonna get me a drink.

      Bring me a Coke will ya please?

      What kind?

      Dr, Pepper  (RC/ Cheerwine/ Sundrop./ Big Orange/ Nehi Grape, etc. And RC is pronounced AhR-uh-Cee)

      Signed Red Hair Black Dress -- born, raised, and always lived in the South.

      Edited to add - Cherry Lemon Sundrop is the bomb

      You're making me homesick for VA now....

    • Cults-r-us


      6 hours ago, anjulibai said:

      I don't understand why people think Josh isn't a true believer. Looking at CSA doesn't mean he doesn't believe in god. None of his behavior is indicative of an atheist. Being a despicable person who does horrifying things is not indicative of atheism. 

      I agree. Plus believing in God and being sexually attracted to youth are not mutually exclusive. All the things can be true. Part of Josh may want to live a righteous life. He may hate that he enjoys child porn, but still  he does it, then wishes he could quit. Nobody gets out of bed in the morning and says, "Oh good, I'm still a monster". But the thing is this: his family gave him an avenue to accountability because he/they learned in Jesus pervert camp relapse was an ever present liklihood. He had resources and family support. We all feel angry and very frustrated with him, and we don't (and hopefully will never) even know him. Imagine how his counselors and family feel!

    • TuringMachine


      58 minutes ago, JermajestyDuggar said:

      I think “mature” is probably correct. As I’ve aged, I have become much more “live and let live.” I honestly don’t care what others do as long as they aren’t hurting others. How someone is listed on a birth certificate won’t hurt anyone but the persons being listed. So if they want to be listed in a certain way, why should I give a single fuck? There are so many things to be upset about in this world. I’m not going to make up more things just to feel smug and superior. 

      When I was like 16-ish I asked my rabbi why they don't just say not straight instead of lgbtq+. I wasn't trying to be mean or dismissive or anything, I was genuinely ignorant on the subject and thought that sounded simpler. Anyway, he responded something like, people don't like to be defined by what they are not. And that was enough for me. Just the fact that using LGBTQ+ would make people feel better was all the justification I needed. I have a hard time understanding why that's not enough for other people.

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    • Alisamer


      3 hours ago, formergothardite said:

      I have a craving for cherry lemon sundrop right now. 

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    • Xan


      9 minutes ago, thoughtful said:

      Another scholar weighs in:

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      To roll over upon? Hey, I'm willing to admit that I don't know the etymology of lots of words, but I couldn't find anything to support that.


      What the...?  Roll over upon?  No.  Believe does not and never has meant "roll over upon" -- even in the 1600's.  I don't think the Lord wants us rolling over upon him with our "weight".  All this makes me wonder is what goes on in this guy's bed when he and, presumably, his significant other are trying to sleep.

      How long do you figure it will take Gary to start saying that we need to roll over upon Jesus?  This sounds like something Gary would think was clever.

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