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This is me, Castro Valley, summer 2017. I'm clean shaven now, guess I should update pic at some point.

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INDOORS OR OUTDOORS?
Druvius comments on Feb 27, 2018:
If you have a safe yard, IE fenced and dog proofed, the cats spend their first few months at least indoors, they are only allowed out when you are home, and NEVER left out overnight, it's OK. Oh, also must be a yard where they will never cross a road. Never had a problem using these guidelines.
Can atheists believe in ghosts?
Druvius comments on Feb 27, 2018:
Why not? Athiests can and do believe in anything humans believe in except Gods.
When we finally start living in the moon or mars when will those people be classed as another ...
Druvius comments on Feb 27, 2018:
The evidence from the Neanderthal/human speciation event, 4000 to 25000 generations. So maybe 100,000 to 500,000 years. At the lower end if the populations are isolated, higher end if cross breeding is occuring. All pretty speculative too, but a long time basically because human generations are so long.
FAFSA was approved today! I'm going to college!
Druvius comments on Feb 27, 2018:
Grats!
So, if you're Agnostic what causes you to "sit on the fence?". Why are you not an Atheist?
Druvius comments on Feb 27, 2018:
Because defining myself by what I don't believe seems odd to me.
Pope: It's better to be an atheist than a bad Christian - CNN
Druvius comments on Feb 27, 2018:
Yes, he is damning athiests with faint praise. He's done it before. This is nothing for athiests to be impressed by, it's just a backhanded insult.
Water on the Moon, (& a good Moon video)... [space.com]
Druvius comments on Feb 27, 2018:
Old story. A fascinating codicil to this is in the 70s when Moon rocks and soil were brought back from the Moon, NASA did in fact detect miniscule amounts of water in them. Well, this was clearly "impossible," so it was written off as contamination during or after transport from the Moon. Even scientists can be blinded by their preconceptions. :)
For the handful of christians floating around here
Druvius comments on Feb 26, 2018:
I think if Jesus existed, he was someone who tried to do the right thing. There have been many others throughout history, gives me hope for the species. I readopted my faith because hate filled bigoted evangelicals were giving it a bad name. Most of my family and friends are Christian of one sort or another, and they're all good people horrified by America's Christian right. The Bible is Bronze Age morality literature mostly made up, and of very limited use as a guide to modern life. We have made a lot of progress since it was written. And no, heaven and hell is made up crap, our job here is to be there for our friends and family and try to make the world a better place.
What do you do when missionaries or Jehovah's Witnesses come to your door?
Druvius comments on Feb 26, 2018:
I just say I'm a happy Episcopalian, thanks, and God bless. Shut door. In the past I used to sometimes invite the Mormons in because some of them were interesting.
Which religion in your opinion is the worst? Islam or Christianity?
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
The abrahamaaic religions are all just sects of the same religion, and they are all equally drenched in blood and misogyny.
Have you ever known anyone to fall victim to a scam? Or, are most people wary enough to avoid them?
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
I had a friend who fell for the pidgeon drop scam. In my early days on AOL I gave my password to someone claiming to work for company, though realized that I had fallen for a ploy and changed my password befote logging off, phew. A phishing scam fooled me for a few minutes once, but since I didn't have an ATM card at the time, I was just puzzled as to why they wanted info I couldn't provide.
Child Marriage in America—the Amendment of Abuse and Antiquity - TheHumanist.com
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Yes, in half of US states there is no legal minimum age for marriage, though parental consent and often judicial consent is required, but it is a problem. People can and do have forced and arranged child marriages in the US.
I saw somewhere, and it may have even been one of you that said there is more proof of little green ...
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Currently the evidence is pretty solid that civilization as we define the term (cities, social Classes, specialized buildings like temples, palaces) arose pretty much simultaneously in both Mesopotamia and Egypt. There's no evidence nor reason to believe they had any help from either an earlier civilization (Atlantis) or alien visitors. That being said, how and why civilisations arose in the first place is still quite the mystery. And the discovery of gobekli tepe has futher muddied the waters, we apparently were building "temples" before cities or agriculture. Humans are clever, have been for hundreds of thousands of years.
Star Wars or Star Trek?
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Different genres so not really a good comparison. Star Wars is space opera, Star Trek is science fiction. Star Wars is among the best of the best when it comes to space opera, but it's not really a genre that I enjoy.
[truth-out.org] any thoughts on this perspective on the second amendment?
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
I fail to see its relevance. DC vs Heller 2008 clarified that the 2nd amendment was an individual right to bear arms. Baring a dramatic restructuring of the SCOTUS or a consitutional amendment, that's the law of the land. It DOESN'T guarantee a right to any weapon one wants, it just means a blanket prohibition against civilians owning guns is unconstitutional. So arguing over what the original meaning of the second amendment was is a distraction from the issue at hand, real gun control that reins in the wild west state of gun control in the US.
Since I’ve been away from religion for at least 20 years, I feel like the Evangelicals broadsided ...
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Yerp. As a young man we called them holy rollers and they pretty much kept to themselves. Then the GOP made an unholy alliance with them and created a huge evangelical political movement. And in fact a large segment of them, the Seven Mountain Dominionists, are actively and openly trying to turn America into a theocracy based on their hate filled interpretation of the Old Testament. I don't have a problem with religion per se, but when they want to make their religion the law of the land, major problem.
I can't figure out how that is going to work.
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Baster babies?
Isn’t religion grand?
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Giving people the silent treatment is one of the most potent forms of psychological abuse.
SENTIENT INSECTS?
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Wasps are a highly evolved animal, and a very beneficial one as well. And generally if one leaves them alone they will live and let live. Generally, we had a nest on rural property one year that anyone who went near would be attacked. I'm sure colonies have different personalities just like people.
This one is for all the pro-life people on here.
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Facts and logic are wasted on people who want to base social policy on ideology or religion. :(
Radiation Hell Hole Discovered in Fukushima – Awareness Act
Druvius comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Another fearmongering crap article. Yes, Fukushima is a horrible and expensive nuclear accident. Unless you live in the immediate vicinity though, it's not going to affect you.
Do you consider yourself a humanist?
Druvius comments on Feb 24, 2018:
No. Psychlogical existentialist.
I recently confronted a family member that tended to give me a look of disgust every time I ...
Druvius comments on Feb 24, 2018:
I'd distance myself from a relative that constantly brought up something that was obviously intended to rub me the wrong way.
Is the love of the Abrahamic God an example of Stockholm syndrome?
Druvius comments on Feb 24, 2018:
No.
So much is happening on the gun control front.
Druvius comments on Feb 24, 2018:
We'll see. I expect at most symbolic but toothless legislation will get passed.
When someone invites you to a wedding, how do you feel?
Druvius comments on Feb 24, 2018:
Depends on the wedding. Went to one wedding that was painful to watch. Unrehearsed, and never have small children as part of the actual ceremony. Another that turned out to be a blatant and insulting farce to harvest money from co-workers. And to my brother's, where everything about it was epic, especially the feast and party afterwards. I'll play the next one by ear.
How many times have you moved in your life so far?
Druvius comments on Feb 24, 2018:
It's over fifty. Sometimes I think the purpose of human existance is to put things in boxes, drive them somewhere, and take them out of the boxes.
With all the chatter regarding the 2nd amendment, I can see a broad range of interpretations ...
Druvius comments on Feb 23, 2018:
The only people arguing about the interpretation of the second amendment are either ignorant or disengenuous. Heller vs DC 2008, the 2nd amendment is an individual right. So there's no need to change the constitution, and the ammosexuals needn't worry about the government seizing everyone's guns. That being said we can certainly move forward with reasonable gun control, and things like ar-15s can be banned.
There was a deputy at that school in Florida.
Druvius comments on Feb 23, 2018:
And then of course what happens when the SWAT team shows up and teachers are running around with guns?
There was a deputy at that school in Florida.
Druvius comments on Feb 23, 2018:
In the history of idiotic ideas, this one is a gold medal winner.
How safe would it be in classrooms if teachers carried a loaded gun?
Druvius comments on Feb 22, 2018:
It's an idiotic idea. https://www.patreon.com/posts/want-gun-mug-17148563
I really can't justify my own overwhelming personal discomfort at watching my friends embrace ...
Druvius comments on Feb 22, 2018:
I don't judge my friends for their beliefs unless they try to join ISIS or such. They're my friends, not props.
What’s Inside Trump’s Secret War Powers Memo?
Druvius comments on Feb 21, 2018:
Congress abrogated it's war making authority decades ago.
All this seems to be a likely natural occurrence due to the circumstance of existence itself and the...
Druvius comments on Feb 21, 2018:
Intelligence such as ours may be an evolutionary dead end.
I keep hearing about "rape culture" which is defined as a society or environment whose prevailing ...
Druvius comments on Feb 19, 2018:
Snort.
Christian radio host: Male students didn’t take down Florida shooter because they’re too ...
Druvius comments on Feb 19, 2018:
Another sufferer of rectal-cranial inversion.
I want to live forever. Do you want to live forever?
Druvius comments on Feb 18, 2018:
Not bored yet. I look forward to being uploaded into the cloud so I can update Facebook forever. :)
What do you think about Germany's proposal to make public transport free?
Druvius comments on Feb 18, 2018:
Any time you offer a service for free, a small number of people will abuse it to the detriment of everyone else. As long as that is accounted for, great idea.
I searched on the enternet for about thirty to forty five minutes to try and find an explanation for...
Druvius comments on Feb 18, 2018:
People scream and act crazy at music concerts too. Humans, a suggestible and exciteable bunch. Granted if they started pulling this at the Church services I occaisionally attend, I'd be outa there.
I figured out why men don't ask me out.
Druvius comments on Feb 16, 2018:
Nobody asks me out cause I'm kind of an asshole. I'd ask you out if I was 20 years younger and lived anywhere near you. Thank Fod for small favours, eh?
It's only been one day and I'm getting attacked by people already.
Druvius comments on Feb 16, 2018:
Yes, there is plenty that could be done to reduce gun violence in America without taking away anyone's rights. And yes, semi-automatic magazine-fed weapons have no civilian applications, they should be banned just like we ban machine guns and grenade launchers.
Moon Landings?
Druvius comments on Feb 16, 2018:
It's one of the most well documented events in history. There are numerous aspects of it that simply could not have been faked. The Moon rocks for one.
This school shooting scene is happening with alarming regularity. Time for the Australian solution?
Druvius comments on Feb 15, 2018:
Or the Canadian solution, or the UK solution. But no, it will be the usual solution, thou ghts and prayers and do nothing.
A new deadly challenge.
Druvius comments on Feb 15, 2018:
I think schools should be required to have basic life safety classes. The most common thing to choke to death on ... toothpicks. Half of people killed by trains walked or drove around lowered barriers. Half of drownings are because people deliberately drove cars into flood waters crossing roads. There are literally countless dumb ways to die, and parents are by no means guaranteed to know them or teach their kids. And yes, swallowing those little hi powered magnets is a really bad idea.
Have you ever had a stalker?
Druvius comments on Feb 14, 2018:
Never had a stalker, but had a mortal enemy once. You haven't really lived until you've had a mortal enemy.
Why do people think you need to believe in a god and read the bible and or go to church to live a ...
Druvius comments on Feb 13, 2018:
Yerp, also gets me when accused of making up my own morality. How is that any different than choosing morality made up by Bronze Age writers?
A probability word problem, it's not a riddle, no trick answer.
Druvius comments on Feb 12, 2018:
The answer is actually 2/3rds. It's Bertrand's Box Paradox for those who want tomlook it up.
A probability word problem, it's not a riddle, no trick answer.
Druvius comments on Feb 12, 2018:
The answer, counterintuitively enough, is 2/3rds.
Have you ever made a change to your environment that made a noticeable improvement to your sense of ...
Druvius comments on Feb 12, 2018:
Yes, but my lawyer says I shouldn't discuss it in public.
Everything sound so much better in a forgien language.
Druvius comments on Feb 12, 2018:
Except German: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NcxvQI88JRY
I'm going to be absent for a little while.
Druvius comments on Feb 12, 2018:
Take care of yourself, metaphorical hugs.
10 Reasons Aliens Won't Invade Earth... [youtube.com]
Druvius comments on Feb 11, 2018:
https://www.buzzfeed.com/andyneuenschwander/just-12-pure-and-adorable-tumblr-posts-about-human?utm_term=.eip2mDKox#.fdPdpXYGQ
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Druvius comments on Feb 10, 2018:
Wow, just wow. Only lasted maybe a minute, lies and strawman arguments packed together in an erudite sounding packagd.
Carrol Quigley makes the case that America is a two-party system and it works because we generally ...
Druvius comments on Feb 9, 2018:
No, we have one party, the business party. It just has two factions. Direction hasn't changed a bit.
Am I still single because my face is that hideous?
Druvius comments on Feb 9, 2018:
What they all said. :)
Is sending a child to sunday school child abuse?
Druvius comments on Feb 9, 2018:
Depends on the Sunday school.
The "Something Can't Come From Nothing" Logic I recall having this conversation more times than I...
Druvius comments on Feb 9, 2018:
It's a creationist straw man argument, so nothing to address really. Cosmologists have all sorts of fascinating theories and hypotheses about the origin of the Big Bang, in none of which does the Universe magically appear out of nonexistance.
Is it possible for men and women to have a completely platonic relationship?
Druvius comments on Feb 8, 2018:
I can't see why not, most of my friends have always been women.
So, yesterday a friend’s SO posted a FB “it’s a fact” thing about a skeletal remain inside a...
Druvius comments on Feb 7, 2018:
Apparently these pics have been floating around for a few years in different guises. Just a new hoax with old pics.
Do you remember where you were when the Challenger exploded?
Druvius comments on Feb 7, 2018:
Yes ... I think so. Interestingly enough, at least to science nerds like myself, a psych professor distributed questionaires to all his first year students that day asking them to describe exactly where they were, who they were with, what they were doing etc when they heard the news. Then a couple years later gave them all the exact same questionaire. And it turns out so called "flashbulb" memories are no more accurate than other memories. A little surprising, but memory is memory, so not really.
The Ukraine Conflict... [youtube.com]
Druvius comments on Feb 6, 2018:
I stopped when it said "Russia sent its military into Crimea." Neglected to mention that the US supported neo Nazi coup that overthrew the elected government of Ukraine made its first order of business passing laws making ethnic Russians second class citizens. A minor detail they left out. Something like 95% of the population of Crimea is ethnic Russian. (Crimea was only given to Ukraine in the 1950s.) The government and people of Crimea voted overwhelmingly to ask to be a part of Russia again. Self determination and democracy in action. To claim that Russia seized Crimea is a gross distortion of what happened. This is simply a western propaganda video.
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.”
Druvius comments on Feb 5, 2018:
Passive aggresive shit like this doesn't help.
African Panafricanism fanatics and their allies in Africa,are trying very harder to make me believe ...
Druvius comments on Feb 4, 2018:
In other words you are utterly willfully ignorant of both history and the contemporary world.
Ancient Roman "Halftime Shows"... [livescience.com]
Druvius comments on Feb 4, 2018:
Tonight's Score: Lions 40 Christians 0
I notice a lot of atheist groups, particularly "New Atheists" tend to side with apartheid Israel ...
Druvius comments on Feb 4, 2018:
Athiests buy into western anti-muslim propaganda just as much as anyone else.
This was on Godless, the page I follow on Facebook. She's the not brightest crayon in the box. Lol.
Druvius comments on Feb 3, 2018:
A few ants shy of a picnic.
I read somewhere that the native peoples living above the arctic circle didn't have words for rape ...
Druvius comments on Feb 2, 2018:
Current Inuit culture has sexual assault rates among the highest in the world. Just because they didn't have a word for it dorsn't mean it didn't exist. People are people sadly.
Do you let your emotions get in the way of rational thinking?
Druvius comments on Feb 2, 2018:
Anyone who claims their emotions don't influence their thinking is a liar or worse, deluding themselves.
Would you be afraid to spend a few nights in the Amityville horror house?
Druvius comments on Feb 2, 2018:
No problem. The whole ghost thing was a hoax. I've lived in a few "haunted" houses and while a few things scared me, I know nothing actually supernatural was going on.
Never make permanent decisions on temporary feelings.
Druvius comments on Feb 2, 2018:
To me this is one of the secrets of life. Don't burn bridges. Don't make permanent decisions when angry or frustrated. Try to make decisions that keep your options open, or will open up new options. Life is all about choices, the more you have, the easier it is to navigate.That being said, there will be times that hard choices have to be made regardless of the circumstances. And in my experence it gets both easier and harder as one grows older. Sigh.
Visualizing Empires Decline (interesting animated graphic)... [youtube.com]
Druvius comments on Feb 2, 2018:
This has to be the laziest graphic ever made. They couldn't be bothered to include the Russian, Ottoman, Japanese, AustroHungarian, German, Italian, Belgium, and American empires?
The Great Filter... [youtube.com]
Druvius comments on Feb 1, 2018:
My suspicion is that intelligience such as ours is an evolutionary dead end.
The State of Black St, The Daily Show... [youtube.com]
Druvius comments on Feb 1, 2018:
Sadly more than half of Americans think whites are a discriminated against minority now, and worse, we have a major political party who panders to that. So we have a long way to go.
I need some intelligent advice and kind words.
Druvius comments on Jan 31, 2018:
Others gave good advice. You're a genuinely good person, and you are open to learning, so you'll get better at navigating life. Best wishes.
Have you ever been told you look like someone famous?
Druvius comments on Jan 31, 2018:
The closest I got was someone once told me I look like a Hell's Angel on his day off.
Murky world of 'science' journals a new frontier for climate deniers | Graham Readfearn | ...
Druvius comments on Jan 31, 2018:
9/11 Truthers take advantage of these too. What's really frustrating is that these guys will get a paper published, hold a news conference to announce their "findings," and news services will simply publish the story without bothering to check if the journal was reputable.
How many places have you lived?
Druvius comments on Jan 31, 2018:
Ontario(×3,) New Jersey(x2,) New York, Illinois, Iowa, Oregon, Washington, Texas, CA (×4,) and Nevada. In terms of addresses, quadruple that. :)
Soccer, futbol, whatever, I wouldn't get many of these either!... [youtube.com]
Druvius comments on Jan 31, 2018:
Go sportsball!
As far as I know, there is no geological evidence to support the claim that a global flood occurred.
Druvius comments on Jan 30, 2018:
Correct, by 1830 the very devout Christian scientists of the day had concluded there was no evidence of a global flood and the Earth was at least millions of years old. And they had expected to prove the opposite. Hasn't changed since.
Do you think that humans will go to Mars in our life time?
Druvius comments on Jan 30, 2018:
Maybe 50 50. The problem is radiation exposure and long term health in a weightless or low gravity environment. And getting them back is trickier, the first ones to go might be one way.
Russian state TV just celebrated that "Trump is ours again" after he refused to enforce sanctions
Druvius comments on Jan 30, 2018:
Lol, no agenda in this story, nosiree. The liberal press is no different than Fox News these days.
Do you think sometime in the next 50 years or so, A.I. will be running the world?
Druvius comments on Jan 29, 2018:
Robots and AIs are almost certainly about to usher in a period of history as disruptive as the industrial revolution in the early 19th century. Add that to the fact that global wealth has also reached unheard of levels of disparity, IE a tiny number of people pretty much own the world now, and you have a situation where anything can happen. My prediction, no one today has a clue what the world of 50 years from now will be like, but it will almost certainly be nothing like today. Great movie about an AI trying to take over the world btw: http://123hulu.com/watch/JdAmqYdL-colossus-the-forbin-project.html
I'm currently watching the interview of Trump by Piers Morgan.
Druvius comments on Jan 28, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=W4jWAwUb63c
Remember Apollo I... [space.com]
Druvius comments on Jan 27, 2018:
It was a huge deal at the time. And, like all 3 of NASA's disasters, stupid and preventable.
This is what I was talking about folks! I did not expect it THIS year, but I knew it was coming.
Druvius comments on Jan 26, 2018:
And this was before Trumps cuts to research in the latest budget. China is also going to spend one trillion dollars upgrading infastructure in Eurasia: roads, ports, railways, and a shipping route through the arctic, all leading to China. And here in the US we are apparently planning on being tbe most well armed third world country on the planet. :(
Irreducible complexity... [youtube.com]
Druvius comments on Jan 26, 2018:
Sad how Evolution deniers just keep recycling long discredited arguments. Even Darwin had trouble explaining the human eye, and in the mid nineteenth century this was an argument against natural selection, by the end of the nineteenth century it was well understood. When you don't have any good arguments, all you have left is recycling old ones. And if these guys really understood Evolution, which they clearly don't, the would bring up the evolution of speech, which is one of the big unexplained problems with evolution.
MO Deacon/Lawmaker’s Bill Would Ban “Marriage” Unless It Takes Place In Church – Friendly ...
Druvius comments on Jan 26, 2018:
Distressed privilege is ugly no matter how it dresses itself.
How many of you feel like the Age of Trump is like a really bad Black Mirror episode?
Druvius comments on Jan 26, 2018:
Well, definitely a Black Mirror episode. Witholding judgement about good or bad until we see how it ends. ;)
Dashcam footage shows dramatic Florida shootout - BBC News
Druvius comments on Jan 26, 2018:
America is like Disneyland with guns.
Me and a friend were chatting last night and got onto the discussion of aliens.
Druvius comments on Jan 26, 2018:
Actually, the pinky finger is really important, it provides about fifty percent of your hand's gripping power. It's second only to the thumb in importance. :) Pretty sure that if we ever find aliens they will follow in the same vein as pretty much every other cosmic discovery ... they will be like no one expected. "The universe is not only stranger than we imagine, it is stranger than we can imagine." JBS Haldane
I dislike living in a highly conservative area.
Druvius comments on Jan 25, 2018:
No, my little Iowa town probably voted 90% Trump, love living here, folks are very friendly. Even when we demonstrated against Trump got almost no negative pushback.
The Trumps asked to borrow a Van Gogh but the Guggenheim offered a solid gold toilet instead.
Druvius comments on Jan 25, 2018:
Brilliant. Way to make sure Trump does everything he can to cut funding and support for the arts the next 3-7 years.
Does science offer enough evidence to dismiss any plausible god options?
Druvius comments on Jan 24, 2018:
I agree, at this point there does not appear to be any evidence of supernatural agency in the universe, nor is there anything that appears to require a supernatural explanation. Doesn't disprove all definitions of God, it pretty much can't, but does mean there isn't anything to talk about in a scientific sense.
A universe from nothing? Anyone knowledgable about Physics?
Druvius comments on Jan 24, 2018:
Some have called it "the bulk," it's got multiple dimensions (more than our three,) extends infinitely in all of them, and has energy density so high as to be inconceivable. Oh, and it's always existed and always will exist. Call it the fabric of reality I guess, space doesn't begin to describe it. And these things called branes in it sometimes collide and spawn a universe, and may well have spawned an infinite number of universes and will spawn infinite more. All pretty speculative, there are all sorts of other ideas, and people far smarter than I will likely be arguing for generations about the nature of the underlaying whatever that spawned the Big Bang. This was my admittedly possibly very flawed understanding of what I can grasp of brane cosmology.
The religious activists on the rise inside Trump's health department - POLITICO
Druvius comments on Jan 24, 2018:
Evangelical extremists, my religious friends and family are as horrified by this as anyone.
4:30 yesterday in Fort Lauderdale, FL immigration agents boarded a bus and asked to see papers of ...
Druvius comments on Jan 24, 2018:
Been this way a long time, ten years ago was on a train 100 miles from Canada, and not going to cross the border, and border patrol went through the train checking documents. Horrifying what this country has become the past few decades.
The virtual afterlife will transform humanity | Aeon Essays
Druvius comments on Jan 24, 2018:
I look forward to being able to post on Facebook forever.
What is the size and age of the Universe?
Druvius comments on Jan 24, 2018:
The observable Universe is about 28 billion LY accross. The Universe itself is believed to be about 92 billion LY "accross." I put it in quotes because the Universe is believed to be finite but unbounded. There is no edge or outside the Universe. 92 billion LY being how far you can travel in a straight line before you find yourself back in the vicinity of where you started. This by the way is just the best best guess now, it is by no means established fact and there are other theories about the size and the shape of the Universe.
The Trump Tragedy As each day of the Trump tragedy passes I keep thinking of the Hillary haters, ...
Druvius comments on Jan 24, 2018:
First time in history someone lost an election ... and blamed their loss on the people that didn't vote for them! That's about as smug snd self righteous as it gets, and why the dems are going to lose again in 2020 cause they sure didn't learn anything from their loss in 2016.
I heard It said that The Donald, has great political instinct, I think that just means he can shovel...
Druvius comments on Jan 23, 2018:
He beat a field of career politicians to win the GOP primaries, and then went on to win the election. Granted the second was more due to a flawed candidate who ran a flawed campagn against him. Nonetheless the man has a certain gift for politics and self promotion or he wouldn't be sitting in the White House.

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This is actually from a movie I need to see someday. Here's the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Li6hbKLAqvE
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