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Full disclosure, I identify as an agnostic because I know it is impossible to prove the non-existence of a god. However, I am functionally an atheist, because I rate the probability of God's existence at vanishingly small; practically nil. I reach this conclusion because I have been a student of science most of my life, and science tells me (us) that no supernatural force is required to explain everything we see in nature. And virtually everything reported to be supernatural is found to be either a deceptive fraud or completely unsubstantiated claim.

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Evangelical Christians Helped Elect Donald Trump, but Their Time as a Major Political Force Is ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 15, 2018:
Gawd I hope so!
How do you think Don Trump will handle Federal prison?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 15, 2018:
Assuming a Democrat wins in 2020 and no pardon is forthcoming (I like it so far) and he goes into the general population with no special privileges, I give him five minutes before he's somebody's bitch.
The Garteful Dead Explained in a poem by John Barlow THROWING STONES Lyrics By: John Barlow ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 15, 2018:
One of my all time favorite songs.
So let's take a look at your qualifications.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 15, 2018:
I'm very happy to make your acquaintance. I think I would be a good fit here. This kind of work really gets my juices flowing. I will do whatever it takes. I can give 100%.
Where do you tend to go when you go down the YouTube rabbit hole?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 15, 2018:
Like you, I gravitate towards ships on storm-tossed seas and tsunamis. I also enjoy big-wave surfing, and trials and cross-country motorcycling.
So, tell us, do you think in terms of race or ethnicity?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 15, 2018:
The concept of race is not a real human characteristic and is not recognized as valid by biologists. It is an arbitrary and invented division where none actually exists. The race concept breaks down because there is as much natural variation WITHIN a so-called racial group as there is BETWEEN so-called racial groups. For example there are "white" people who have many of the same phenotypic traits shared by "black" people, and vice-versa. Since there is no such thing as race we cannot use that idea to describe ethnicity. That means ethnicity must be a (mostly) cultural phenomenon. Ethnicity may be defined by elements such as language, food/cuisine, music, religious tradition, mode of dress, ethics, values or morals, and even legal system. For instance, one could argue that graft is endemic in certain cultures largely as a result of the laws instituted by imperialist rulers like Napoleon, who told his tax collectors to collect their own salaries while they were at it. In other words, graft was institutionalized. Someone growing up in that system learns to accept what others would call "corruption" as simply a normal way of doing business. That system would exist in a given geographic region with a certain language or mix of languages, a dominant religious tradition, and distinctive cuisine and music. The local environmental conditions would tend to favor certain phenotypes (say, darker skin if you are located closer to the equator) but the peripatetic, migratory, explorer nature of humans would always ensure some degree of mixing with outside groups. Put it all together and you have an ethnicity.
SIGNS OF A SOCIOPATH Superficial charm Untruthful and manipulative Egocentric Devoid of ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 13, 2018:
You just described the POTUS.
Michael Flynn asks federal judge to spare him from prison time in response to government sentencing ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 12, 2018:
Apparently Mr. Mueller valued highly Flynn's cooperation. In matter of Flynn's sentencing, I think the judge should give Mueller's recommendation due consideration. This would also tend to strengthen the prosecutor's hand in negotiations with other potential witnesses.
I saw the following post on facebook and he raised points that seem to make sense to me despite my ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 11, 2018:
The author claims that... "In fact the average large ocean container ship burns through more fuel everyday than more than one million cars do." This claim is patently false. A large container ship burns between 150 and 225 tons of fuel per day. One million automobiles burn about 7,500 tons of fuel per day, assuming average miles driven to be 60, and average mileage at 30 miles per gallon, and the weight of a gallon of gasoline or diesel fuel to be about 7.5 pounds. I have not had time to analyze the many other claims, but I think the author's focus on trade is a bit misplaced. The most grievous injury that Trump does is to delay our total engagement with the climate issue. The uncertainty he foments holds back investment in green technology. Talk about jobs! There are many millions of potential jobs there. And the more we delay, the worse will be the effects of climate change. We need to act NOW.
Baby It's Cold Outside
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 9, 2018:
I don't hear anyone being coerced or denied their freedom to choose in that song.
Where are you
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 8, 2018:
San Diego, on the southwest coast of the USA.
I'm very upset with myself.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 8, 2018:
Nothing wrong with that. It would have been ok to eat a real beef burger too. If you want to live sustainably just don't produce offspring.
Because ... yeah.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 7, 2018:
Damn funny looking dog he's got there! Or have I been smoking too much weed?
Guns I would like to hear thoughts from others in this group on their feelings about guns and gun ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 4, 2018:
We need much stricter gun laws. Thorough background checks, waiting periods, limits on magazine capacities, bans on military weapons, age restrictions, etc.
David Attenborough: 'The collapse of our civilizations is on the horizon' - CNN
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 4, 2018:
I was not in the tv room but the volume was up and I knew Sir David's voice immediately as he delivered his dire warning. As usual, he was spot on. If we don't act quickly human civilization as we know it will end. Unfortunately, the Paris accord may not go far enough. We are probably going to blow right past a temperature rise to 3.6 degrees F.
Well.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 2, 2018:
Slippery when wet!
It is always the ones with fuzzy toes...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 2, 2018:
How cute is that? Furry foot fetish!
Now do you understand?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 2, 2018:
I feel like some progress has been made. Doesn't mean I'm not still a dumb shit though. Lol!
Nothing I like any more than having my sleep pattern out of whack. Fuck insomnia.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 2, 2018:
I feel you. Went to sleep at midnight. Woke up about half an hour ago. It's 4:30 am now. Prolly shouldn't have eaten all that chocolate. Mmmmm! Chocolate! ☺
Whats this place coming to.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 1, 2018:
The whole bleeding world is going to shit homie.
G20 could have been conducted over Skype with various chat rooms for the one on one meetings.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Dec 1, 2018:
Good point! What was this year's G20 carbon footprint?
The climate apocalypse is now, and it’s happening to you
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 30, 2018:
Then again many people don't know their pocket is being picked or who in the news is lying to them.
Republican Lawmaker Claims Restaurant's '86 45' Shirts Are Calling for Trump's Murder - MUNCHIES
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 30, 2018:
Eighty-sixed just means kicked out and/or banned from coming on the premises.
Climate Change / Global Warming and the Loony Tunes Right-Wing.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 29, 2018:
Climate change is the biggest thing ever in human history, and the denial we see in our leaders is a really interesting and scary phenomenon. Some of the deniers are just stupid and uncomprehending and others are sociopathic and just don't give a damn. Thanks for posting.
Justice Department Seeks DisruptJ20 Activists' Facebook Data | Fortune
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 28, 2018:
This is pretty Orwellian. Not a good development.
The thing is, its 13 days UNTIL we get to the shortest day of the year. Dang.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 28, 2018:
Time flies! ?✈??
Feeling ambitious and inspired and tired of America! Would anybody be interested in starting a new ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 28, 2018:
I think this one can still be fixed.
If our ancestors did it, why not everyone else
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 28, 2018:
While I agree with the sentiment it is only fair that we (the USA) own our role in helping to create conditions favorable to corrupt dictatorships and organized crime in Latin America. We have toppled democratically elected leaders and installed stooges friendly to United Fruit and Dole. We have empowered drug cartels by consuming their product (vast quantities of their product!), and keeping their business profitable by artificially keeping prices high with our "war on drugs."
Pfizer, Amgen, Walmart among companies withdrawing support for Mississippi GOP Sen.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 26, 2018:
I don't think the woman is just tone deaf. I think she let her true flag fly; the one emblazoned with an image of a tree bearing strange fruit. Here are the lyrics to the song that was performed by the late great jazz singer, Billy Holiday: Southern trees bear strange fruit Blood on the leaves and blood at the root Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees Pastoral scene of the gallant south The bulging eyes and the twisted mouth Scent of magnolias, sweet and fresh Then the sudden smell of burning flesh Here is fruit for the crows to pluck For the rain to gather, for the wind to suck For the sun to rot, for the trees to drop Here is a strange and bitter crop Songwriters: Lewis Allan / Maurice Pearl / Dwayne P Wiggins
What's your stance on Roe vs Wade?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 26, 2018:
Society does have an interest in women's health as well as in that of their offspring. From a public health perspective it makes sense to have legal abortions available. If the procedure is illegal it will happen anyway, but clandestinely. And that is when women die. If they live, they may make the choice to reproduce at some future time when conditions are more favorable for child rearing. Loss of an embryo, while lamentable, is no tragedy. It is not the same as losing a person. In fact, a fetus has no consciousness and should be considered nothing more than a potentiality. Also, we should note that natural, spontaneous abortions (miscarraiges) are at least as common as live births. And they occur with more frequency in the USA than in other developed nations. So if "pro life" people really want to have a positive impact on human reproduction they could vote only for representatives who will fix our broken healthcare system and fund the Affordable Care Act.
U.S. Healthcare Ranked Worst In The Developed World - The Intellectualist
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 25, 2018:
In terms of healthcare the US has lagged behind other developed countries for a long time. What we do well here is buy in to false premises and flawed ideologies like the ridiculous idea that the unregulated marketplace will always produce the best outcome.
Oklahoma Republican Declares That Rape Is The ‘Will Of God’ [churchandstate.org.uk]
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 25, 2018:
What an asshole!
How do i get to level three...? ? i thought i did everything it asked. lol
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 25, 2018:
Just keep interacting with others here. You'll get there. Hey, wait a minute. Your profile says you are already at level three! Well, to get to level 4, the same advice applies.
God, I hate Trump!!! He just gets worse and worse!! I’m so sick of him!!!!
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 25, 2018:
You and me and about 200 million others (in the USA alone)!
Three ‘Rhino Poachers’ Eaten By Lions After Breaking In To South African Game Reserve - ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 25, 2018:
What goes around comes around mo fos!
There seem to be more and more tinfoil hat wearing people on this site lately.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 25, 2018:
No more than usual I'd say.
Why is the left lacking the personality mouthpieces to offset the right mouthpieces?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 24, 2018:
One thing about the "conservatives" is that they have a very well-oiled propaganda machine. They have been working on it for a long time, and it really hums! They also have their hot-button religious/social issues and capitalist ideology to rally around. They have been so successful at casting doubt on established science that liberals have been hesitant to bring up environmental issues. Global warming was barely mentioned in 2016, and in 2018 the Dems ran on healthcare (specifically, coverage for people with pre-existing conditions). You can wheel out all the mouthpieces in the world, but if they don't have a platform what are they going to say? The liberals have got to get better at framing the discussion. We need to seize the initiative, take the high ground, and establish the terms of the debate. For every catchy phrase the right comes up with the left has to have a better one to counter it. Above all the left has to be careful not to over-reach. We need to clearly repudiate wild, non-starter ideas like dissolving ICE. that kind of stuff is red meat for the "conservatives." One place we could start is stop calling them conservatives. Their ideas about pure capitalism are actually radical. Even Adam Smith said that some regulation was needed or the system would collapse. And the idea that you can go on despoiling the Earth without consequences is anything but conservative. Just sayin'.
Delightfully offbeat. I share for the intellectual in us. [topixoffbeat.com]
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 24, 2018:
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Do you still believe in Capitalism?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 24, 2018:
It seems pretty clear that to inspire people to work hard they have to be free to profit from their own talents, creativity, and energy. Lack of such freedom led to the downfall of the Soviet Union. It is also clear that in unregulated capitalism big fish eat up little fish and multiple rounds of consolidation eliminates competition and creates monopolies. Without competition the quality of goods and services declines. And without regulation corporations run rough shod over the environment, realizing profits for investors but leaving the public holding the liabilities. That's what is happening right now as Trump denies climate science in order to allow the fossil fuel industry to rake in massive profits. Meanwhile, fires, floods, and asthma devastate average Americans. That's without regulation. With regulation, the system can reach high efficiency and productivity, improving life for billions. The highly regulated model is not pure capitalism however. It is a mixture of capitalism and socialism. In his zeal to do away with financial and environmental regulations, Trump tilts the scale towards pure capitalism. His policies produce short-term gains that really only benefit an elite minority. In the long run they erode the foundations of our economy. To answer the original question, I have to say no, I don't still believe in pure capitalism. I don't think I ever did. But I think a dash of capitalism is necessary to keep people interested in producing and innovating.
You’re damned if you do, damned if you don’t.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 23, 2018:
Yes, we live in society that is rife with hypocracy, corruption, and unrealistic expectations. I think much of the latter is brought about through advertising. As screens, with all their mendacious content, proliferate we need to make a conscious effort as a society to mentally separate the chicken from the gumbo, try and infuse a little reality back into every day living. We can start by cancelling our Facebook accounts.
Donald Trump Just Invented Another 100,000 Deleted Hillary Clinton Emails to Defend Ivanka Trump
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 23, 2018:
I hope that Trump supporters are starting to realize that their rhetoric regarding Hillary has been wildly over the top and unfair for a long time. Let's not make the same mistake by calling for Ivanka's head over what is essentially small potatoes. We don't want to get side-tracked and lose sight of our main objective, to oust Putin's puppet regime. So yeah, point out the hypocracy and then bring the focus back to Donald's treason.
Please consider small store shopping today.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 23, 2018:
We live in a time when people are being replaced right and left by machines. Buying their hand-made or hand-grown products is a great way to restore some balance to the system.
When I die!
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 22, 2018:
Heh heh heh!
Kiss Your Afterlife Goodbye! You can only hope to achieve an afterlife if you have some sort of ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 22, 2018:
Yup, we are material beings and when our homeostatic processes fail that's it; game over.
Why are we so important?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 22, 2018:
Amen brother!
You know what sucks?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 22, 2018:
Damn, I hope you feel better.
The morning news is talking about whether or not the balloons will be up for the Macy's parade and a...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 22, 2018:
I would! ?
Old joke made currant
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 22, 2018:
"...made currant." Love it! ?
So if Trump is found guilty of collusion, does that mean he's possibly guilty of treason?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 21, 2018:
Trump's failure to take any action to protect this country from Russia's continuing efforts at hacking our elections is treasonous. His denial that Russia is even doing this is treasonous. His constant lying to the American people is, in a sense, treasonous. But treason is not Trump's only crime. He is also guilty of money laundering, tax evasion, and obstruction of justice. And then there are the sexual assault cases...
OK, this is me, lobbying for points so I can move to level 7. I need 57.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 21, 2018:
Happy trails!
Beware of unintended consequences.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 21, 2018:
So the Black Death was God's way of punishing man for disrespecting her pussy?
Not all of my posts are political....
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 21, 2018:
Cute buggar!
They either want to fleece you or eat you.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 21, 2018:
Some of them (the "shepherds") also want to literally fuck them (the members of the flock).
Today's multiple developments show clearly the Trump has never had even a fleeting relationship with...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 21, 2018:
Right you are lad!
Quote from the Netflix movie last kingdom tonight.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 21, 2018:
Dude, how about a little punctuation please? Don't be afraid to use quotation marks when you quote someone. Here's how it should look: Quote from the Netflix movie Last Kingdom [which I watched earlier this evening]: "I dream of humping you tonight. It is written in the stars; the gods will it." See, this is why the Celtic empire fell. Notice how I changed "tonight" in your opening clause to "this evening." I did that to avoid repetition, which often confuses readers. By the way, you are right to mock the Netflix dialogue. It is pure drivel. But I question whether there was ever a "Celtic Empire". The Celts were certainly far-flung and influential in their own way, but imperial? I think that's a bit of a stretch.
Trump can’t take a joke, so next year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner won’t have any ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 20, 2018:
Let's see what Chernow comes up with before passing judgement. It may be that a historian's perspective will be very illuminating (and useful in roasting a pig of a President).
What should we do to replace houses after natural disasters?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 20, 2018:
Don't rebuild in a flood zone. If fire is the problem then keep the trees and brush cut back to give yourself 100 feet of defensible space. And don't use a shake roof for Christ's sake!
Okay so should I move to Phoenix or Houston? I’m leaning toward Phoenix...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 20, 2018:
If I had to live in Texas I would choose Austin. Its a liberal town and they have good music. Moving west, I might look for an artist colony in New Mexico. Being a native Californian and a sailor I have a natural preference for the golden state and its Pacific ocean over Aridzone, though I do like the desert too.
For 40-50,000 years Australian First Nations People have nurtured and developed the environment.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 20, 2018:
Isn't it ironic how the unsustainable civilizations try like hell to the destroy the sustainable ones?
The States That Elected Trump Have Turned Against Him | The Nation
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 20, 2018:
The country is in the process of turning the bad man's picture to the wall. Someday soon we will be able to forget about him completely.
Have we been to the moon?...Cant even get 200,000 miles on the average car!!
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 19, 2018:
Yes, we have been to the moon. Wag The Dog was a funny, FICTIONAL movie.
North Korea Denuclearization Plan Has Gone Nowhere Since Trump-Kim Summit : NPR
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 19, 2018:
It was never going to go anywhere. It was only intended as distraction, as is everything this President does.
I've been on this site for awhile now and I'm kinda lost with the chatrooms. How do they work?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 19, 2018:
It's all about posting here kid.
Hemp will save the world
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 19, 2018:
Yes, with hemp we can make ropes, lines, cables, and hawsers, and with these and a fleet of sky tractors we can drag the Earth out of the way of oncoming asteroids. Yay!!!?
I just handed some errant mail that landed in my mailbox to my neighbour, to whom it was addressed.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 19, 2018:
I wonder how they explain human skin variation. What I have read is that all humans can trace their ancestry back to Africa. Our ancestors evolved to produce high levels of melanin (black skin) to protect them fro the tropical sun. As people migrated north they encountered less sun, colder climes, and so had to bundle up. This decrease in sun exposure led to a decrease in vitamin D production, which occurs in the skin. Vitamin D deficiency leads to a disease called rickets, in which the bones are weakened and the child becomes severely bow-legged. People with rickets in prehistory tended to die before reproducing. There was strong evolutionary advantage to having lighter skin where there was less sunlight. Those that could absorb more sunlight with less exposed skin tended to live longer and to reproduce. Any genetic mutations that decreased melanin production were favored by the environment and passed through a line of descendants to modern peoples.
Has anyone ever been involved wit a Death Cafe?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 19, 2018:
What happens when you die? One set of chemical reactions stops and another begins. We go from maintaining homeostatic balances, keeping it all together as it were, to falling apart, rotting, and decaying. The atoms from our bodies become parts of the air and water and rocks and other organisms. Which is all as it should be, because that is from whence they came to us.
Wednesday is my birthday and I can't help but think wow I'm old.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 19, 2018:
My birthday is in December and I feel the same about the holidays: I just want it to be over.
Mercator Misconceptions: Clever Map Shows the True Size of Countries
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 19, 2018:
Very cool!?
Now I'm gonna think of this every time I see her...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 18, 2018:
At least she has enough sense to keep her mouth shut (most of the time). Still, I would not trust her as far as I could throw her.
Now I'm gonna think of this every time I see her...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 18, 2018:
She has thrown in her lot with a truly corrupt ass-bite, and inasmuch is birds of a feather flock together, I guess that makes her an ass-bite too.
Question: Do you accept what you have been taught about freedom in the US?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 18, 2018:
In this country freedom (and justice) is a function of how much money you have.
Okay, I'm done with this shit.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 17, 2018:
LOL!
Men Say They Want A Smart Women...Until They Date One | I Heart Intelligence.com
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 16, 2018:
The author of the link article asserts that some men say one thing and do another. This general type of behavior is so pervasive among members of all genders and in all spheres of human endeavor that we can safely place it in the realm of the ubiquitous and quotidian. That it is not uncommon in the realm of sexual relations should come as no surprise. Yup. People can be fickle. The author also acknowledges that not all men are like that. I would add that the same can be said for women. My own observations lead me to conclude that people tend to seek out people of their own intellectual and physical level. That being said, men's egos do tend to be a bit more fragile. They are less likely to tolerate being shown up. It takes a real man to appreciate and be comfortable with his intellectual equal.
Don't Let Your Expectations Fool You, the Midterms Were a Huge Defeat for Trump
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 13, 2018:
Oh yeah, Trump lost big. But we should not be surprised. After all, he is, at his core, a loser.
Truly Strange: The Secret Life of Breasts
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 12, 2018:
I read about this in the New Yorker at least 20 years ago. Chemicals similar to estrogen leach ot of many plastics, driving girls into puberty earlier and earlier. Now, thanks to the trashing of the oceans, the stuff is in the marine food chain, which means we are now eating plastic. Where will it all end?
Political Bovine Fertilizer: Congressman Louie Gohmert on President Obama.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 12, 2018:
Louie Gohmert: the guy is a wacko nut-case loser squirrel.
Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson sends out mass email attacking CODEPINK and appealing to ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 11, 2018:
How many billions does Lockheed stand to gain from arms sales to the Saudis? Ms. Hewson's opinion must NOT be a factor in the the decision-making process.
After Christian Burns $50 worth of LGBTQ Library Books Atheist Raises $1,600 to Replace Them - World...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 11, 2018:
Obviously the first guy never read Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451.
ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons Fires Opening Act Over Singer Wearing Trump Hat - Sofa-King-Cool - Magazine -...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 11, 2018:
A company or band has the right to shape the message or look that they want to project. Obviously Gibbons & Co. does not want to endorse racism, lying, treason, and general stupidity. Good on them!
Scientists Discover Adorable Bird That's Actually 3 Species in One
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 11, 2018:
If they can and do mate and produce fertile offspring then they are not separate species. Much less separate genera.
Update on the Az.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 11, 2018:
Go Sinema! ?
[youtu.be] ted talks on how to prevent land from becoming desert
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 11, 2018:
I saw this the other day. Interesting talk! Maybe I won't quit eating beef after all, lol.
Anyone a fan of The Great British Baking Show?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 10, 2018:
I have caught a few episodes. Fun and interesting show!
It is estimated that 80% of Evangelicals vote Republican in elections.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 8, 2018:
He is already appointing their picks for judges. IDK what else he might do. Declare open season on Planned Parenthood employees? Slap an excise tax on condoms? Declare non-Christians enemies of the state?
President Trump's Job Performance
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 8, 2018:
Strongly disapprove does not really begin to describe my assessment of this presidency.
Trump’s DC Hotel Tagged With $5 Million in Unpaid Worker Liens
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 6, 2018:
Shifty bastard is stiffing the tradesmen who worked on his hotel. What an asshole.
Talk about sad Chump?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 5, 2018:
Dig the armadillo!? Trump is looking pretty ridiculous, isn't he?
Wow.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 5, 2018:
Fear mongering is cheap, easy, and it works on some voters. I don't think it will be enough to save the Republicans in this election.
Steve Bannon warns that women are going to 'take charge of society'
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 5, 2018:
That would undoubtedly be better than the present fiasco.
What Is Everyone Reading?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 5, 2018:
Under the Sea Wind, by Rachel Carson.
Dating on this site
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 4, 2018:
See post by Dragoria.
Call me crazy(?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 4, 2018:
Ha! Yes! All the effing time.
What is to be Done? Looking Past Trump’s Tyranny
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 4, 2018:
What's to be done? Have discussions about issues that are fact-based. No more "alternative facts."
[yahoo.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 4, 2018:
? with Trump and his ridiculous Administration.
[usatoday.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 4, 2018:
Yes, he is lying. Again. Anyone surprised?
A Washington state lawmaker is under FBI scrutiny for writing a how-to guide on killing ...
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 4, 2018:
Genocide is nothing new in Christianity. Moses ordered his generals to kill every last man, woman, and child in opposing tribes. When Christians sacked Jerusalem they killed just about everybody in the city. Religious zeal at its finest.
AP fact check: President Trump’s rhetoric and the truth about migrant caravans | PBS NewsHour
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 4, 2018:
Trump is desperate to whip up fear and thereby steer attention away from his many faults. In his order to send 15,000 active duty soldiers to the southern border he is using the US military as a pawn in his political game. The Pentagon is not happy about it. Hence the leaked documents on the military assessment of the caravan: a non-issue. I think (hope) it will backfire on him.
I am at level 6.6. Do I get a date when I hit 6.66?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 4, 2018:
The magic number is 666, lol.
Have you done the Myers Briggs?
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 4, 2018:
The Myers-Briggs test has been found not to be an accurate gauge of personality type. It's basically meaningless.
Middle class white males abandoned and disenfranchised myth.
Flyingsaucesir comments on Nov 4, 2018:
And those white guys better get used to it. Diversity is here to stay, and today's minorities are tomorrow's majority.

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