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View Poll Results: Do you believe in the spiritual world, i.e. Keith’s shoulder-having baby foot?
Yes 7 17.95%
No 32 82.05%
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Old 04-26-2017, 08:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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with Molly Austin – The other world; 911 incompetence; being stupid rich; the taboos of periods; sobriety and health setbacks; proof that Eli Manning knowingly sold fake memorabilia; Mel B’s physical and sexual abuse

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Old 04-27-2017, 03:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Keith now you understand, it's not bad grammar I suffer from sometimes, ghosts are using my keyboard and producing too long spaces between words.
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Old 04-27-2017, 10:28 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I definitely believe that people can experience these kinds of visions, but I'm not convinced that they correspond to any logical phenomena outside of the vision-seers heads (like, I doubt there's a real baby foot ghost on Keith's shoulder all the time). There's certainly more stuff going on in the universe than humans can take account of with their senses (I can't see waves going in and out of my phone as I download KATG shows, for example) but feeling like you understand it and can categorize it seems like some kind of delusion.

During the marathon Jenn-the-baby-foot-seer was talking about her mother (?) being diagnosed with schizophrenia for having similar kinds of visions and that not being able to control them or distinguish them from reality drove her crazy. It reminded me of a few people I know who have burned their brains out from taking way too much acid. If you talk to them, they will say things about the nature of our existence that sounds like they've become enlightened to the mysteries of the universe. At the same time, they're barely functional human beings, can't really hold a conversation, and honestly don't have a good sense of themselves or their lives. They might see waves of energy around people, but it's hard to say if their minds have been tuned to see more of what's really out there, or if they're glitching like a computer you've dropped too many times.

Anyway I voted yes, at the risk of getting put onto team-crazy.
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Old 04-27-2017, 12:04 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I went from iOS (iPhone) to Android, to another Android, to another Android, back to iOS again. There's good and bad with both, but I found Android had too many bugs and shitty charging cables because it's not controlled.

(sidenote: I normally get the glass screen protector with all my phones so I've never dealt with the broken screen issue.)
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Old 04-27-2017, 01:35 PM   #6 (permalink)
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(sidenote: I normally get the glass screen protector with all my phones so I've never dealt with the broken screen issue.)
Well that's stupid, that won't stop your screen from breaking, just from the occasional scratch.
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Molly is so fun. And how cool is it that she "shows it all" on her Instagram.

I don't personally believe in any of that spiritual stuff. If they both mentioned the baby shoe and were not in the room together I'd be more inclined to believe. Just sounds like psychic "yes, and"-ing


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Well that's stupid, that won't stop your screen from breaking, just from the occasional scratch.
I'm talking about glass screen protectors, not regular screen protectors. Yes, they do stop screens from breaking, unless you're repeatedly damaging your phone with a lot of force. The corners of the glass protector will shatter a little from force of a dropped phone, and you'll see scratches on the screen protector, but it doesn't affect your phone's screen at all and you can continue using the phone until you feel like buying a new protector. I've used glass screen protectors for years. Most phones, no matter what brand, will have screen issues (or something else that is just as annoying). I just prevent paying for that by getting the $20 protector.

(edit: I forgot to mention Molly is one of my favourite guests on the show.)
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it's hard to say if their minds have been tuned to see more of what's really out there, or if they're glitching like a computer you've dropped too many times.
I grew up a fan of psychedelics. I read Terence Mkenna in high school and was convinced there was something. Something just out of our regular sensory reach. Now that I'm older, I still believe in other dimensions/ possibilities etc But Understand the human brain is not designed for the cool shit you imagine when tripping balls.

We forget, (and don't totally comprehend) that the brain controls EVERYTHING. So if you mess with the software; the hardware is going to be affected. I like your glitchin' computer analogy because it's exactly that.
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I always had Samsung phones and I drop them often, never had a broken screen.
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