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Donna

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Would you dive into a cold lake?

Yes - If it were a typical Virginia summer day, with temps in the 90's and dew points in the 70's

Would you adopt an abused rescue dog?
Yes, I have already and will do it again in a heartbeat!

If there isn't already a facial hair/beard appreciation thread, should I start one?
 
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Yes, I have already and will do it again in a heartbeat!

If there isn't already a facial hair/beard appreciation thread, should I start one?
Start one - I'll Contribute
 
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Please start a facial hair threat Donna, unisex I suppose is PLC.

How about body/chest hair, ok or nay?
 

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Are we destined to face various situations or meet certain people? I think so, quantum entanglement theory suggests this. However, I also believe that multi-dimensional astrophysics suggest an infinite number of outcomes that might support free will decision-making. As Kierkegaard suggests we should make a leap of faith to embrace many possibilities!

Are you a believer in mysticism or do you believe that religious faith is a better expression of how to interpret reality?
 

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There are many theories of relativity in the world and many interpretations of beauty! I love girls with slim body shapes! For me, this is the epitome of beauty! But everyone has their own vision of beauty, as for example, for a plastic surgeon cosmetic surgeon, all faces are not perfect, each can be improved in its own way!
 

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Are we destined to face various situations or meet certain people? I think so, quantum entanglement theory suggests this. However, I also believe that multi-dimensional astrophysics suggest an infinite number of outcomes that might support free will decision-making. As Kierkegaard suggests we should make a leap of faith to embrace many possibilities!

Are you a believer in mysticism or do you believe that religious faith is a better expression of how to interpret reality?

For me, I'm not religious nor do I believe in any kind of mysticism. I guess I'm the definition of an atheist in all senses.

Is sweetcorn on pizza a thing where you live?
 

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For me, I'm not religious nor do I believe in any kind of mysticism. I guess I'm the definition of an atheist in all senses.

Is sweetcorn on pizza a thing where you live?
Never heard of it, and honestly it doesn’t sound very appealing. If I’m combining sweet corn with anything, it’s going to be in a pone of my homemade cornbread.

Cottage cheese with fresh fruit is the best, but it’s an abomination in lasagne.
 

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Never heard of it, and honestly it doesn’t sound very appealing. If I’m combining sweet corn with anything, it’s going to be in a pone of my homemade cornbread.

Cottage cheese with fresh fruit is the best, but it’s an abomination in lasagne.
I'm also a no on cottage cheese in lasagna

Should we replace more traffic lights with round-abouts (aka traffic circles)?
 
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For me, I'm not religious nor do I believe in any kind of mysticism. I guess I'm the definition of an atheist in all senses.

Is sweetcorn on pizza a thing where you live?
I believe there were kernels of sweet corn On a pizza I got from a Domino's in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, MX. It was just a few kernels here and there, but I have seen it. It wasn't bad. I've also had lasagna with some sweet corn kernels in it here in Monterrey. Again, different, but not bad.
 
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