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JACK the LAD.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2021:
Coincidentally in her genealogical studies my wife discovered she is directly descended from Jack Shepherd. Jack has always been British slang for a young man and has been used in other such terms as Jack the ripper (a famous uncaught murderer) Springheel Jack ( The Marquis of Berresford, a ...
LenHazell53 replies on Nov 3, 2021:
@Marionville Yes, it was fascinating.
Okay I don't often write erotica but here is one from my archives that I recently polished up and ...
Storm1752 comments on Nov 2, 2021:
I'm a fan of lesbian erotic stories, but I had to stop at the first mention of Lord Arlington, sorry, because I immediately thought of an English manor house and a rotund man in a powdered wig! Total turn off. Plus, it's a mistake to apologize in advance. The reader is being presented with an ...
LenHazell53 replies on Nov 3, 2021:
I know it is a mistake to write disclaimers, but if you do not do so these days, you have the woke mafia leaping down your throat claiming cultural appropriation for daring to write from a point of view that is not your own. You would not believe the crap I got for not including trigger warnings in another story I wrote here, even though to do so would have been a complete spoiler, and frankly I cannot be bothered with that shit any more.
IMAGO.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2021:
Jacques Lacan used the concept of the Imago for his theory of the "mirror stage" in child development psychology. The theory in simplistic terms is that when an infant becomes self aware, either it's own image in a mirror or in his or her own mind, becomes an ideal to which the onlooker aspires ...
LenHazell53 replies on Nov 3, 2021:
@Marionville Oddly it is not particularly well thought of in psychological circles, but has come to be a very important part of literary theory and structuralist postmodernism.
JACK the LAD.
Charlene comments on Nov 3, 2021:
Is it still in use?
LenHazell53 replies on Nov 3, 2021:
@Marionville hence Laddish and Laddishness.
Must have been one very sad song....LOL.
DenoPenno comments on Nov 1, 2021:
Any evidence that this was done by a female? If the person was singing maybe they got carried away and spilled a drink.
LenHazell53 replies on Nov 1, 2021:
ON the off chance that you are not joking... You do realise that is not a microphone, don't you?
Just... wow.
phxbillcee comments on Oct 31, 2021:
Wait 'til they hear about bananas!
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 31, 2021:
Beat me to it
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racocn8 comments on Oct 30, 2021:
Given the Republican/Christian standard of incivility and cruelty, especially as it relates to these issues, the policy makes good sense.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 31, 2021:
Perhaps, but I personally feel censorship is rarely if ever, a good thing
Sadly and very unfortunately……..
racocn8 comments on Oct 30, 2021:
W Bush was also loved for behaving stupidly. And Reagan; they said he was being 'folksy.'
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 31, 2021:
Reminds me of when I was at school and my family and frighteningly my teachers often berated me for being "Too clever for my own good" Maybe I should have tried being a bit more folking folksy.
Sadly and very unfortunately……..
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2021:
Ahmed's story is six years old but still makes the point nicely. For those who do not recall in 2015, 14 year old Ahmed Mohamed built form scratch a working clock for his school science fair project. His teacher panicked and called the police claiming an Islamic student had brought a bomb to ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 31, 2021:
@mcgeo52 All True, the physics teacher backed up Ahmed at the school even told the principle it was a clock, but A) Ahmed was black B) Ahmed was a practising Muslim C) The device had wires sticking out of it and was being carried by a potential terrorist i.e. a black Muslim, so it was "Obviously" a "Hoax Bomb" D) This was Texas, where stories don't have to add up if they involve non-white foreigners who are all by their very existence and presence almost certainly guilt of something We can only be thankful he was not shot on the spot
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Druvius comments on Oct 30, 2021:
It's just you. https://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-09/why-were-shutting-our-comments/
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
@rainmanjr I think some of the problem is that sometimes the obviously fictional becomes so important in peoples lives they begin to feel it is actually real. When it becomes dangerous because that attitude leads to obsessiveness and even "faith" and that is the point when people start getting threatened with death or are even killed. This is why I personally feel it is important to catch this sort of thing and call it out for what it is at the earliest possible opportunity, and often that is in the comment section.
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TheoryNumber3 comments on Oct 30, 2021:
Whatever the reason, it's to protect their own interests, not ours
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
To paraphrase Evelyn Beatrice Hall ***I disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it,** just not on my platform where I might held responsible for you saying it, despite all my protestations and disclaimers, so I'm shutting down commenting.
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BitFlipper comments on Oct 30, 2021:
They have to suspend commenting until the trumpists, anti-vaxers, and q-loons learn that DEATH THREATS do not constitute commentary.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
@BitFlipper Threats and incitement to violence are not free speech nor even hate speech, they are criminal activities and so are subject to legitimate bias and are actionable
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p-nullifidian comments on Oct 30, 2021:
Maybe they’re tired as I am of all the trolls and assholes that pepper the comments section? Not only do I not bother commenting, I no longer scroll down below any article I’ve read or YouTube video I’ve seen… It’s too f’ing depressing.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
So you are in favour of false information NOT being questioned or pointed out? But simply being accepted by virtue of its being there?
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BitFlipper comments on Oct 30, 2021:
They have to suspend commenting until the trumpists, anti-vaxers, and q-loons learn that DEATH THREATS do not constitute commentary.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
Are there not algorithms and moderators to deal with that sort of thing? I seem to recall that when I have seen such they can be reported, IP addresses traced and so forth?
FINICKY.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2021:
Reminds me of another favourite from childhood " “pernickety,” or Americans changed it to for no good reason “persnickety”
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
@Charlene Your right I meant no disrespect to sex workers, they only fuck you over when you pay them too and take precautions to keep everyone involved safe and happy. Magahats are trying to fuck over the entire world like it or not and think safe sex means keeping a gun under your pillow while you're ploughing inflatable Irma or vinyl Vera in the back of an armoured SUV
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Druvius comments on Oct 30, 2021:
It's just you. https://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-09/why-were-shutting-our-comments/
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
Okay I was not talking about Popular science, I was referring to Yahoo News as I said. However, having read their (PS) excuse for doing the same thing, it boils down to: People are reading the comments more than the articles and believing them more than us scientists That makes us feel you are all a bunch of thickos and sheeple, and we want you to shut up and go away WHY? 'Cos you hurt our feelings and, that makes us feel like we are being bullied again like in school, So we can't be bothered to refute you, or make a good argument against you so....yah boo sucks to you....and feck off poopyhead!!!! Now here's some nice sciencey stuff we can feel safe with.
FINICKY.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2021:
Reminds me of another favourite from childhood " “pernickety,” or Americans changed it to for no good reason “persnickety”
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
@Charlene Oh, I thought it was A'merkin as in a "merkin "a pubic wig originally worn by a sex worker to prevent public lice infestation Interestingly Merkin is a variation on the old English word Malkin meaning a female cat
Jon and Vangelis was a duo formed between English singer Jon Anderson & Greek synthesiser Vangelis ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2021:
I love Jon and Vangellis, especially "Friends of Mr. Cairo"
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
@Marionville Thanks for that, that song inspired one of my tune D'wizeguyz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0MBVylo-P0
FINICKY.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2021:
Reminds me of another favourite from childhood " “pernickety,” or Americans changed it to for no good reason “persnickety”
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
@MsKathleen Except that it does not mean anything Pernickety comes from the highland Gaelic Per= as or by Knack= to a plan to or a strategy and suffix -ety indicating done by a person If PerSnickety means anything, it would be the Sanskrit perso (As in Persephone) = A sheaf of Corn and Nickle= a demon or devil (as in Old Nick) ie A cursed crop
FINICKY.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2021:
Reminds me of another favourite from childhood " “pernickety,” or Americans changed it to for no good reason “persnickety”
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
@Charlene I have no objection to Americans having their own language, I do object when they still call it English and insist that their version is superior to the original mother tongue on which it was loosely based. Even more so when some dumbfuckwit on Facebook asks me in all seriousness what language we speak in Britain normally when we are not talkin' A'merkin ;)
Nyctophobia noun an irrational or disproportionate fear of night or nighttime darkness.
Charlene comments on Oct 30, 2021:
I love the night, embrace your inner vampire people.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 30, 2021:
CHRIS De BURGH I LOVE THE NIGHT 1984 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Le6fXCEsM0
ENNUI.
MarkWolf comments on Oct 29, 2021:
Here it is - Ennui by Walter Sickert. One can feel the listlessness and boredom. The flash of light over Queen Victoria’s shoulder is supposed to be a clue inserted by Sickert as to whom Jack the Ripper was (it looks a bit like a white bird - the queen’s personal physician was called William ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 29, 2021:
@Marionville Patricia Cornwell, the American thriller writer, wrote a book entitled "Portrait of a killer" in 2002, purporting to be "faction" (i.e. a fictionalised documentary) "proving" that Walter Sickert was the ripper. The publication cause an uproar when it was discovered that Cornwell had purchased "Jack the Ripper's Bedroom" and vandalised it in an effort to gain Sickert's DNA in order to compare it with blood and Semen found on a scarf that was believed to belong to Catherine Eddows the fourth Ripper victim. An effort that ultimately proved fruitless. However, Sickert was hired by the Royal family to 'Tutor' Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence in fine arts. What this involved was never quite established, as some "well-meaning" friends of Sickert tipped off the police that the house next door to Sickert's Studio at 15 Cleveland Street was actually a homosexual brothel (no. 19 number 17 had been destroyed). The Police raided the Brothel and found neither the artist nor the prince there, but did discover a secret pathway leading out of the back of the Cleveland Street establishment, across a 486-foot patch of wasteland and in to the back door of No 17 Fitzroy Street, London a notorious building in The Victorian capital, as it was the Isis-Urania temple of the Hermetic order of the Golden Dawn, an exclusive black magic club frequented by the elite members of society, including Commissioner of Police sir Charles Warren, one Walter Sickert and the Prince of Wales. Apparently it was less shameful to be seen entering a Male Brothel than a Pagan Temple in the 1880s.
ENNUI.
MarkWolf comments on Oct 29, 2021:
Here it is - Ennui by Walter Sickert. One can feel the listlessness and boredom. The flash of light over Queen Victoria’s shoulder is supposed to be a clue inserted by Sickert as to whom Jack the Ripper was (it looks a bit like a white bird - the queen’s personal physician was called William ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 29, 2021:
William Withey Gull was seventy-two when the ripper murders happened and was partially paralysed from the first two strokes, of a series of which would kill him 18 months later. Further he was not the personal physician of the royal household, that was Sir James Reid, who had been appointed in 1880, Gull had gained his knighthood in 1871 for saving the life of the Prince of Wales by administering a technique he had invented that would in time come to be known as cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (falsely attributed to Dr Peter Safar in the 1950s) as related by Mark Twain in his obituary of Doctor Gull who was frankly a genius "When the Prince seemed dead Mr. Gull dealt blow after blow between the shoulders, breathed into his nostrils, and literally cheated Death" Mark Twain. Walter Sickert on the other hand was a very weird man and was almost certainly the author of the fake ripper letters, sent to Scotland Yard at the height of the panic, as is evidence by comparing his handwriting with that of the fake ripper. He is also actually the inspiration for the eponymous character in "The Lodger" by Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes, the first known fictionalisation of the ripper case. The Author was present at a party attended by Sickert, where she heard him boasting of how he had taken rooms in Limehouse for inspiration, and had succeeded in convincing his landlady that he was indeed the Ripper, hence the title of the paining he made there "Jack the Ripper's Bedroom" Marie Lowndes put the story down in print, it was converted in to a play and later in to one of Alfred Hitchcock's first films.
Not uncommon words but the ideas in today's world seem to be especially significant.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2021:
Your definition of Naive Realism is verging on Solipsism. I might argue that Naive Realism does not claim the universe is exactly as you perceive it, but rather posits that reality may as well be exactly as it is generally perceived, since without supplementary aids our senses are our only way ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 28, 2021:
@JackPedigo Yes, ever had the classic conversation with a Christy when then bend over backward and tie themselves in knots trying to explain why miracles are not magic πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜ˆ
" Zoroastrianism " the Prototype of all main religions! [youtube.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2021:
There is a strong body of opinion that Abraham was a Zoroasterist and so possibly Judaism sprang directly from Zoroasterism, making it the direct ancestor of all the major western religions. Zoroaster claimed to be the second incarnation of the "great prophet" and that the third would be born of a...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 28, 2021:
@Diaco Thanks for that :)
I have a few. How about you?
Beowulfsfriend comments on Oct 27, 2021:
Some. Cut many loose over time. Others died.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 27, 2021:
Same here
Some very eerie music for Halloween from the 1963 film The Haunted Palace, which starred Vincent ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2021:
Wonderful film and one of Price's best performances as Charles Dexter Ward and his evil ancestor the witch Joseph Curwen. Based on The Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H. P. Lovecraft, the film was squeezed in to American international's collection of Edgar Alan Poe adaptations staring Price by ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 27, 2021:
@Ray13 You are correct, they do share credits in various TV series (Have Gun will Travel, Adventures in Paradise etc) they did not appear together and though they reprise their famous roles as The Wolfman and the Invisible man in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Price has a voice only cameo and shares no scenes with Lon Chaney.
I couldn't have said it better
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2021:
A point I have argued often with the atheist but spiritual mafia on this site
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 26, 2021:
@LucyLoohoo OH yes
Some very eerie music for Halloween from the 1963 film The Haunted Palace, which starred Vincent ...
Sierra4 comments on Oct 25, 2021:
I was about 8 or 9 when I saw my first horror movie. You may remember Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. 😱
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 25, 2021:
Same here, my first horror was Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1953 co-starring Boris Karloff.
Defenestration-the action of dismissing someone from a position of power or authority.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 25, 2021:
One of my favorite words! When our family was in Prague not long ago, we took a tour and were told by the guide about the origin of this term, not in Italy, as we might have assumed. Pity we don’t have the same opportunities with some of our leaders these days! πŸ˜‰ Thank you for sharing this one.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 25, 2021:
True, the word was coined in English reports of the murder of two imperial governors and their secretary being thrown from a castle keep window of Prague castle, thus sparking the 30 years war in 1618. Known as the Defenestrations of Prague, this is the first know usage of the word in English. The first known incident of Defenestrations is biblical, and involved Queen Jezebel wife of King Ahab being murdered by her own Eunuch servants, who finally having had enough of her abuse and general nastiness, stripped her naked and threw her out of a palace window to die in shame in the street below.
Always question bible quotes:
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2021:
They always teach that story in church and schools, but conveniently forget the next part, when Lot's two daughters get him drunk and fuck him in order to get pregnant. The only "good" man in Sodom according to god folks
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 24, 2021:
@FrayedBear Being forced to read the bible every night, meant I ended up reading all the bits my mother did not even know were in there.
As some in the Western world reject traditional religion, they're redirecting their faith — not ...
CuddyCruiser comments on Oct 24, 2021:
I like this article. After all it’s all about being your individual self and find your own paths and meanings that suit you.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 24, 2021:
@skado I see no way that indulging in fantasy and lies to the point of making an utter fool of yourself by publicly believing things that are obviously and blatantly untrue can produce any kind "benefit" whatsoever (other than perhaps an unjustified sense of self-importance and appearing virtuous in the eyes of other like-minded fuck wits)
Sarkmark: punctuation mark for sarcasm (it could get plenty of use on this site).
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2021:
Many of those remarks were not sarcastic, true sarcasm illustrate percieved stupidity by pretending to identify with it, using Reductio ad absurdum, mock agreement and doubling down. As in this famous example from Father Ted Mrs Doyle "would you like a cup of tea?" Father Jessup "No, I'd ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 24, 2021:
@JackPedigo Perhaps you are right about needing the sarcasm punctuation, since in this piece it is not Father Jessup who is being sarcastic, though he thinks he is, he is just being a dick and is using Antiphrasis, not sarcasm, it is Mrs. Doyle in that ironically by choosing to abide by father Jessup's rules, she makes it his fault he is denied his desires.
Sarkmark: punctuation mark for sarcasm (it could get plenty of use on this site).
Marionville comments on Oct 24, 2021:
I’m not keen on sarcasm..it can be very nasty.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 24, 2021:
Much of what people today call sarcasm is not, it is simple cruel imitations and assumed intellectual superiority or arrogance. Actual Sarcasm is not used in anger or exasperation, but in gentle mockery or as a form of satire. In the example I site above, the brutal mockery of father Jessup is shown up as foolish by the actual sarcasm of Mrs Doyle in pretending to agree with him on his own terms and denying him the tea that he actually desires.
Sarkmark: punctuation mark for sarcasm (it could get plenty of use on this site).
Marionville comments on Oct 24, 2021:
I’m not keen on sarcasm..it can be very nasty.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 24, 2021:
And a hell of a lot of Americans could not spot it if it jumped up and bit them on the arse!
As some in the Western world reject traditional religion, they're redirecting their faith — not ...
CuddyCruiser comments on Oct 24, 2021:
I like this article. After all it’s all about being your individual self and find your own paths and meanings that suit you.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 24, 2021:
Is that really a good thing, when there is actually only one path based on axiomatic truth and facts, and that is the scientific method? Is choosing to be a bloody fool any better than choosing to be an utter arsehole, because it is easier to believe one lot of horse shit over another lot of deluded fuckwittery? Is that really individuality, or simply a variation on conformity to a sociological pattern of self abnegation from the responsibility for making your own decisions?
WANTAGE.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2021:
It is also a village in Oxfordshire birth place of Alfed the Great
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 24, 2021:
@Marionville the original name was Wanating, which is Saxon for Lesser River
My girlfriend is in Turkey and I can tell I need to see Turkey.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2021:
Okay Try watching this film, and you'll never be able to even mention the word Turkey again with out sniggering
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 23, 2021:
@Lorajay It is possibly the worst film ever made, unless you find the idea of a pot smoking werturkey terrifying. Unintentionally funny as hell
In an incident reminiscent of the death of Brandon Lee Alec Balwin Shoots and kills his director of...
DenoPenno comments on Oct 22, 2021:
I found this out just this morning. My big question is why do prop guns keep getting loaded with live ammo? In the Brandon Lee case I was informed that live ammo is used as a blank and they just remove the slug. They forgot, I was told. OK, why not buy blank rounds? Even then we have the case of ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 23, 2021:
@Ray13 They have done this the other way around, blanking out guns with CGI and replacing them with walkie-talkies in ET for example
percontation point also known as the also known as the punctus percontativus: A rhetorical question ...
Marionville comments on Oct 23, 2021:
Although it’s fallen out of fashion now…I think it should be brought back again.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 23, 2021:
As should the interrobang.
Cyd Charisse in the 1950's
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2021:
Amazing legs
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 23, 2021:
@Lorajay She, Ann Miller and Ginger Rogers were my favourites lady dancers from the golden era.
We all really know, ya know?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2021:
Ow, if that is true, I have some really serious issues. Suffice to say, I don't let my mind wander, because where it goes is definitely not where I want to be.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 23, 2021:
@Davekp I've been under treatment since the age of 14 for Bi-Polar, I've used coping methods, diet and mild medication for the last twenty odd years, therapy no longer required.
In an incident reminiscent of the death of Brandon Lee Alec Balwin Shoots and kills his director of...
DenoPenno comments on Oct 22, 2021:
I found this out just this morning. My big question is why do prop guns keep getting loaded with live ammo? In the Brandon Lee case I was informed that live ammo is used as a blank and they just remove the slug. They forgot, I was told. OK, why not buy blank rounds? Even then we have the case of ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 22, 2021:
Laziness, incompetence, negligence and often simple frugality (blanks are more expensive than regular ammo, apparently, prop guns cost more than actual guns.) Arnold Schwarzenegger, I believe, has it written in to his contracts that weapons used in his films have to be completely fake and incapable of being loaded with any sort of live ammunition which is why the same guns turn up over and over again in his (and some other stars) movies, from a prop rental company that specialises in such things.
Just one more reason as to why I have become a misanthrope. [washingtonpost.com]
creative51 comments on Oct 21, 2021:
If you are a misanthrope, does that mean men are mranthropes?
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 22, 2021:
@Gwendolyn2018 A misandrist hates men from andros = male A Misogynist hates women from Gynos = female A misanthrope hates people generally from anthropos = humankind
TRACTABLE.
Charlene comments on Oct 21, 2021:
Why are Women always used as examples of submission? I know far more men that are tractable..
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 21, 2021:
A sad social convention dating from the time when girls and women had to be "obedient" if they had a liking for a sound skin, and a man's answer to everything was to lash out and "discipline his family", because if he did not, he too would face the "Rough Music" from the towns folk for allowing himself to be Henpecked and so setting bad example to "uppity women folk" who might think they could treat their men likewise.
I've been blocked by someone already.
Trajan61 comments on Oct 20, 2021:
I don’t think you can prevent her from unblocking you but you can always block her. I’ve been blocked a lot on this website as I’m one of the few conservative atheist. Welcome!
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 21, 2021:
Why would anyone block you Trojans? You're the funniest thing on here.
A Trumpanzee……explained.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 20, 2021:
*To know and not to know, to be conscious of complete truthfulness while telling carefully constructed lies, to hold simultaneously two opinions which cancelled out, knowing them to be contradictory and believing in both of them, to use logic against logic, to repudiate morality while laying claim ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 20, 2021:
@CuddyCruiser coincidentally 1984 though published in 1947 was written in 1946 the year of DJT's birth
16th October 1962…πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Cuban Missile Crisis: the crisis begins as US President JFK is shown ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 16, 2021:
Yup JFK then sent for his private physician Max "Doctor Feelgood" Jacobson, who dosed him up on "Vitamin" supplements laced with various substances that included amphetamine and methamphetamine. JFK then decided he was God and almost brought the world to the brink of WW3. Fotrunately his brother ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 17, 2021:
@altschmerz Yup in Khrushchev private paper made public after the fall of the USSR it was revealed he Khrushchev, three times, reached out to JFK to de-escalate the Cuba situation, JFK's response was to order the depth charging of a soviet nuclear sub and radio jam them. Thanks to an "accident" only dummy depth charges were used, however the Russians did not know this. The captain of the Sub was unwilling to make the decision to retaliate with a nuclear strike on the USA alone (which was standard protocol when out of radio contact with Moscow) and so held a vote with his first and second officers on whether or not to do so, by a 2 to 1 majority it was decided not to fire on the USA as it would probably in initiate war. After this incident was reported to Bobby Kennedy, United States Attorney General, he went over his brother's head and spoke to Khrushchev personally. It was agreed that publicly the USSR would agree to withdraw from Cuba if the USA agree not to invade it. Privately and secretly, it was agreed that the USA would withdraw their nuclear arms from Turkey and Italy and not go ahead with the planned nuclear base in Denmark. The Pentagon agreed to co-operate with Bobby K and hide what they had done from the increasingly insane JFK, whose's drug addled mind (Thanks to Max Jacobson who was supposed to be treating him for back pain and phlebitis) was in fact rendering him incapable of rational thought, and was instead giving him an invincibility complex. Bobby also banned Jacobson from the Whitehouse after this and appointed new doctors, who were frankly horrified by the treatments being given and refused to continue it, much to JFK's anger. However, there was a marked improvement in John's mental state after the missile crisis, up until his assassination later in 1963
Yes Obanion stinks
Lorajay comments on Oct 16, 2021:
Now that you mention it I can smell him through the picture.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 17, 2021:
Priceless
Hi, i am new -again-to Agnostics.
Redneckliberal comments on Oct 16, 2021:
BLESS YOUR LITTLE HEART....WHY?
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 17, 2021:
@duchessa1 But not intelligent enough to see sarcasm when it slaps you in the face it seems :)
Hi, i am new -again-to Agnostics.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 16, 2021:
Behave and post like a total asshat. Like attracts like, they will soon find you
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 17, 2021:
@duchessa1 Thanks for amply illustrating my point :)
Yes Obanion stinks
SnowyOwl comments on Oct 16, 2021:
Reminds me of Baron Harkonnen from Dune, one seriously creepy Mofo.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 16, 2021:
Perhaps the Bannon Harks No One?
“I was brought up an atheist and have always remained so; but at no time was I led to believe ...
mcgeo52 comments on Oct 16, 2021:
Because the clergy are always such excellent examples. Right?
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 16, 2021:
But of course Rasputin and Torquemeada spring to mind immediately
“I was brought up an atheist and have always remained so; but at no time was I led to believe ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 16, 2021:
AS Pen Jillette said
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 16, 2021:
@Marionville Some years after leaving the Mormon church, I bumped in to a family who had been very prominent in my ward. They smugly asked me how things were with me and my family and when I told them I had a new and better job, that both kids were doing well in school and that we were all was much happier, their faces fell. The father then sneered and asked what it was like being able to drink alcohol and coffee, to which I replied I had always been tea total before and after the church and was allergic to coffee and so would not know. He dragged his family away with a look of abject confusion and horror all over his face that I was not drunken, destitute, deranged and depraved without the words and threats of Ol' Jo Smith to guide me. Edit I am no longer Tea Total, I enjoy an occasional brandy these days when the mood takes me, or my aches and pains get a bit much. I am obviously a hopeless sinner, after all.
16th October 1962…πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Cuban Missile Crisis: the crisis begins as US President JFK is shown ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 16, 2021:
Yup JFK then sent for his private physician Max "Doctor Feelgood" Jacobson, who dosed him up on "Vitamin" supplements laced with various substances that included amphetamine and methamphetamine. JFK then decided he was God and almost brought the world to the brink of WW3. Fotrunately his brother ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 16, 2021:
@DenoPenno
Hopefully our world which takes away so much privacy will make this kind of thing harder for a ...
nicknotes comments on Oct 13, 2021:
I must be out of step with the culture.......I always preferred older women.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 13, 2021:
Both my wives were two years older than me, I only ever dated a woman younger than me once, it was not a pleasant experience.
Real chicks lay eggs.
nicknotes comments on Oct 13, 2021:
I once took a girl on a date.....she told me that she liked me but could never go out with me again because I was driving a ten year old car.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 13, 2021:
Dodged a bullet there then
Can someone tell me why the people that ignored Congressional subpoena have not been prosecuted?
Trajan61 comments on Oct 13, 2021:
Biden and his Democrap cronies are the ones who need to be prosecuted!!
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 13, 2021:
Reading @Trajan's posts is to paraphrase the great Douglas Adams like encountering Arthur if he had given in to the mice: FORD: They seem to think the answer might be buried in your brain. So They wanna buy it. ARTHUR: What, the Answer? FORD: No, no, your brain! After all Who'd miss it? MOUSE: It could be replaced if it's important. With an electronic brain. A simple one should suffice. Program it to say "What?" and "Blame the democrats" Who'd know the difference?
Here we go again! Catholic church not taking responsibility for pedophilic behaviour of its clergy.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 13, 2021:
It is little know, but still actually a fact that much of what the Peado Priests get up to would not actually be a crime withing the Vactican city state, as the age of consent therein is still 12 years old by church law.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 13, 2021:
@FrayedBear Technically no, theologically no, but in practice...
@Davers recent posting of the word Fartlek reminded me of a couple of old English words CLATTERFART...
waitingforgodo comments on Oct 12, 2021:
Mingere cum bumbis, Res saluberrima est lumbis.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 13, 2021:
tuum Latinum est incomprehensibilis
Satanists Lose Lawsuit Involving Christian Display in Belle Plaine (MN) Park | Hemant Mehta | ...
MrDragon comments on Oct 11, 2021:
Well, that is a warning sign that I have been seeing everywhere, theocracy progress, the constitution is being pushed aside, and is only used to establish Christians rights, everyone else goes to hell.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 11, 2021:
@MrDragon Exactly like Sharia Law, the term actual means "The Only Way" or "The one way" with inherently religious connotations. ***All*** religions know they can no longer bull shit people in to following them and so are falling back on the old tried and tested "way" of coercion by government sanctioned terror! I give it another year before western countries are being pressured to put "blasphemy" laws back on the books disguised as woke hate crime laws.
Satanists Lose Lawsuit Involving Christian Display in Belle Plaine (MN) Park | Hemant Mehta | ...
MsKathleen comments on Oct 11, 2021:
All that can be done is to appeal…on all ten dismissed counts…which they say they will do. This is the normal progression for ANY similar suit, whether or not the Satanic Temple is one of the parties involved. It will probably take years to conclude the issue. But the good thing to come of ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 11, 2021:
That and a lot of very wealthy lawyers
Satanists Lose Lawsuit Involving Christian Display in Belle Plaine (MN) Park | Hemant Mehta | ...
MrDragon comments on Oct 11, 2021:
Well, that is a warning sign that I have been seeing everywhere, theocracy progress, the constitution is being pushed aside, and is only used to establish Christians rights, everyone else goes to hell.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 11, 2021:
I believe going to hell is what Christians think other faiths want and deserve.
e can one say, it's self-evident ...[agnostic.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 10, 2021:
Hyperbole from hyper- "beyond" + bole " throwing or casting" Originally pronounced Hyper Bowl, but commonly now pronounced high-per-bow-lee
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 11, 2021:
@FrayedBear Your Teacher was an idiot, for A) trying to humiliate a student and B) for not knowing Dickens spoke with a Portsmouth Accent (Pompey) and so would have pronounced Lorry Laurie, far closer to your pronunciation than to theirs.
The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens. - Bahá'u'lláh
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 10, 2021:
Wrong on so many counts.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 11, 2021:
@FrayedBear My objection was mainly to the idea that only human are the citizens of the world. We are one species among millions.
60 minutes did a show on this unique educational experience. [deepsprings.edu]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 10, 2021:
Sounds like a con to me, especially since you still have to finish your degree at another university. Two years of shit shoveling and unpaid admin work, with effectively nothing to show for it at the end except for credits some other universities will not accept. No thanks have a look at this ...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 11, 2021:
@rainmanjr The place has been derided as a cult several times, especially when it was a men only camp between 1907 and 2018
e can one say, it's self-evident ...[agnostic.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 10, 2021:
Hyperbole from hyper- "beyond" + bole " throwing or casting" Originally pronounced Hyper Bowl, but commonly now pronounced high-per-bow-lee
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 11, 2021:
@FrayedBear No idea, pretentiousness?
A seditious imbecile in Iowa should be carefully watched by the FBI. [mediaite.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 10, 2021:
Asking the FBI to keep a close eye on a particular seditious imbecile at a Trump rally is like asking Stevie Wonder to find a particular needle in a Needle stack
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 10, 2021:
@Mofo1953 yeah it was a joke on Trumpists not meant to be taken literally
FAWNING.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 9, 2021:
Not to be confused with the Mythical Faun (Half man half Goat) whose fauning is its dance or the Fawning of a Deer and Stag which is its offspring's birth.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 9, 2021:
@Marionville In Greek Myth Satyrs had the legs, hooves, genitals and tail of a donkey, only later were satyrs confused with fauns by the Romans as they objected to the overly large phallic depictions in Greek art. EDIT The Christians did not help, they Mixed Fauns, the god Pan and Satyrs together to form the early depictions of Satan, often with two horse peni's, cloven goats hooves, horns of a billy goat and the tail of a horse
Imprecation: a spoken curse.
Charlene comments on Oct 7, 2021:
I use imprecations on unsuspecting idiots at least hourly..🀘🀘🀘
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 9, 2021:
@FrayedBear I can't remember what the tariff is after 100 mins, but I have never gone over it, so have never been charged. For long conversations, I use my landline. I also disable wifi on my phone because I don't use my phone as a computer, for the same reason I don't take a piss in my washing machine, it can be done, but I really don't want to because I have a more comfortable designated place for doing that
GALLOMANIA.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 9, 2021:
The Alpha Galates (France First) founded in 1934 by George Monti was a secret society, that in all but name was the French nazi party. Reformed in 1942 by Pierre Plantard as an anti semitic party, it was banned by the occupying Germans as being too bent on Gallomania and French nationalism. Alpha...
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 9, 2021:
@Charlene my point exactly
GALLOMANIA.
AnonySchmoose comments on Oct 8, 2021:
The special thing I do remember from childhood is my old French grandparents grabbing and kissing me on both cheeks. One doesn't forget that ever. I thought the uncommon word might pertain to Gallo wine too.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 9, 2021:
Gallo is Italian for male Chicken
GALLOMANIA.
Charlene comments on Oct 8, 2021:
I thought you meant the Gallo Brothers, Ernest & Julio, know for their red table wines..back in the day.. I do love French cooking, wine, cheeses, the language is lovely..this doesn't qualify me as a Gallomaniac though..
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 9, 2021:
No Gallo is Italian and means a Large Rooster (Big Cock) The Gallo Brother's Father was Italian and fled to Californian somewhere around the turn of the 20th century, he is suspected to have been probably Mafiosi, as he died in a very mysterious murder suicide, where after shooting his wife in the back of her head he somehow managed to do the same to himself.
GALLOMANIA.
Cast1es comments on Oct 8, 2021:
So former French leader , Charles DeGaule's last name ment , his family was , "from France ?"
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 9, 2021:
Not necessarily, as the word Gaul is ancient Franco Germanic for Stranger, or foreigner. So De Gaule could simply mean Charles the stranger. However, if DeGaule as a name came from the Celtic Dougaule (source of the modern Dougal) it would mean Dark-Haired stranger
GALLOMANIA.
phxbillcee comments on Oct 8, 2021:
Very similar to Francophile???
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 9, 2021:
More severe than a Francophile, a Francophile loves the French culture, people and aesthetic, a Gallo maniac is obsessed with the idea that the Gaulish French way is the ONLY way and that the French are the superior race.
She’s still got it!…..Suzi Quatro. - Can The Can, live in Sydney 2015. [youtu.be]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 9, 2021:
Goddess
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 9, 2021:
@Marionville another one with a magic picture in the attic
Imprecation: a spoken curse.
Charlene comments on Oct 7, 2021:
I use imprecations on unsuspecting idiots at least hourly..🀘🀘🀘
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 9, 2021:
@FrayedBear Virgin Media SIMM only package Β£6.00 (A$11.20) per month, first 100 minute of calls to anywhere free.
Christianity vs Taoism
TheMiddleWay comments on Oct 8, 2021:
Apart from both of them using the word children, I failed to see the connection between both philosophies. One is speaking about vital breath leading to a childlike state, the other is speaking about needing to be in a childlike state to enter heaven
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 8, 2021:
I was thinking exactly thee same thing
In a week where the RC church has been revealed to have haver abused a third of a million kids in ...
Fernapple comments on Oct 6, 2021:
Of course the film company offered to pay to bus the protesters in, at the very least. Nothing like a good loud protest to get a bit of publicity for your movie.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 8, 2021:
True famously Kevin Smith Protested his own film "Dogma"
nos·tal·gia /näˈstaljΙ™,nΙ™ΛˆstaljΙ™/ noun a sentimental longing or wistful affection for ...
TheGreatShadow comments on Oct 6, 2021:
James Rolfe is most notably known as the Angry Video Game Nerd, but also plays the Nostalgia Critic. It's about kids TV shows from the late 80s and early 90s. Cradle of Filth wrote "nostalgia grows now times nine or ten" in the song Lord Abortion.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 6, 2021:
"Doug Walker" plays the Nostalgia Critic not James Rolfe, they both used to work for Chanel Awesome, but these days pretty much loath one another.
Are you aware of these human rights issues, which are about to come to a country where you live.
Marionville comments on Oct 5, 2021:
I’ve already signed the petition against this Bill.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 5, 2021:
@Marionville thanks
Are you aware of these human rights issues, which are about to come to a country where you live.
Marionville comments on Oct 5, 2021:
I’ve already signed the petition against this Bill.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 5, 2021:
do you have a link to sign please?
This report will stir the cockles of many hearts. Let's find out who and why?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2021:
Even a stopped clock is right twice a day, so bravo to the Ruskies for doing what the rest of the world dare not, calling out David Miscarriage and his bunch of sick money grubbers for what they actually are, fucking gangsters.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 4, 2021:
@FrayedBear I would not bother, he is the current Don of the Scifiontologists, a (possible) wife murdering freak, L.Ron's alleged former male prostitute and a savage crook of the worst kind, and possibly the most disgusting thing ever to be birthed on the planet.
Not sure if this is the newest list, it's an annual event
Cast1es comments on Oct 1, 2021:
Not legible .
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 4, 2021:
click on it
I used to have a 1959 Morris Minor, white with red leather seats.
FrayedBear comments on Oct 4, 2021:
The Morris Minor was known as the engineers car because the body work was bolted together not welded.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 4, 2021:
Which is why there are so many of them still around today. If a bit get dented, take it off and replace it
Aint this the truth [youtube.com]
FrayedBear comments on Oct 1, 2021:
"Parody on mask wearing"
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 4, 2021:
link is dead
Here is what it looks like from the outside.
p-nullifidian comments on Oct 3, 2021:
More than just argue, unfortunately. Sometimes they will kill in “defense” of their faith.
LenHazell53 replies on Oct 3, 2021:
@anglophone They don't even have to be from different religions, denominations of the same "faith" are like as not to start PUBLICLY BURNING ONE ANOTHER over the placement of a comma in a holy writ.
YOB.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2021:
During the 1980s it was a common myth that YOB was an acronym for "Youth on Benefits"
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 30, 2021:
@Marionville Yes it was replaced after many complaints of exploitation by the YTS (Youth Training Scheme) which had a very loose definition of youth (under 40). Which did away with the insulting low pay and replaced it with workfare (Your benefits + Β£10 per week for six months fixed term contract) for a 40 hour week and the threat of suspension of benefits if you did not do it. I got my first management position on YTS meaning I got paid half of what most of my employees did.
YOB.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2021:
During the 1980s it was a common myth that YOB was an acronym for "Youth on Benefits"
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 30, 2021:
@Marionville Yes I remember YOP 50 hours a week for Β£25
How Mormons Know You Joined The Wrong Church - YouTube
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2021:
To be fair, Mormons are not the only ones who say this (though they are very pedantic about it). A Jewish acquaintance of mine told me, in all seriousness, that the reason "gentile" prayers are not answered is because everyone else does not know how to pray. Non Jews in effect are mashing their ...
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 30, 2021:
@Lorajay Mormons believe the same thing, to quote "the prophet" Jo Smith in his introduction to the Book of Morons "All other faiths are an abomination in my sight" sayeth the Lord. It is a major source of their arrogance and pomposity.
Okay I don't often write erotica but here is one from my archives that I recently polished up and ...
Susieq comments on Sep 27, 2021:
Very good writing
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 28, 2021:
Thank you
Sunday morning fire
mischl comments on Sep 26, 2021:
That is really nice hair. I'm thinking cowgirl... What's her name?
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 27, 2021:
Her name is Halena A born 1989 Russian Federation
TERMAGANT.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2021:
From Old French Tervaganth, a Gallic interpretation of the Latin terra vagus a vulgate translation of the Hebrew myth of the Earth Wanderer, or wandering Jew. Originally applied to the Son of Adam Cain cursed to forever wander the earth for the sin of bringing murder and fratricide in to the world,...
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 26, 2021:
@Cast1es Lilith like all the rest was a myth, she basically appeared in the Masorah in the fifth or sixth century as a warning against women who refused to give in to their husband's sexual desires, against "uppishness" and against nagging. There are several stories about her in one tradition or another, but they all end with her becoming the demon responsible for still births and cot deaths. Her sin was that she refused to be "tupped" and bear children in denial of her god given purpose. It's all a load of old crap, really, written by insecure Bronze Age men.
DÉRACINÉ: adj.
Marionville comments on Sep 24, 2021:
French.
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 24, 2021:
Literally to uproot, or pull up by the roots.
“monopolylogue” -coined by the English actor Charles Mathews (1776–1835), who devised the term...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 24, 2021:
The marvelous Joyce Grenfell was the absolute master of this type of entertainment, her characters and repartee were wonderful. Regarded as quintessential embodiment of English gentility she was actually American another testament to her genius. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMoSdjAjCrg
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 24, 2021:
@Marionville Her father, Paul Phipps, was American by naturalisation, and her mother was US socialite Nancy "Nora" Langhorne of Virginia the daughter of an American millionaire, one of the famous Langhorne sisters. One of her aunts on her father's side was The Viscountess Lady Astor; She grew up and was educated in Kentucky, before returning to the UK to pursue her theatrical career and marry Reggie Grenfell (a mining executive) in 1929. From which point on she held joint UK/US citizenship. "Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure" is the first part of her autobiography and is the source of my information
“monopolylogue” -coined by the English actor Charles Mathews (1776–1835), who devised the term...
Marionville comments on Sep 24, 2021:
We had an English teacher at school who could be described as a monopolylogue. When doing Shakespeare…he’d assign parts to certain pupils and then they’d stand and read out the parts and one by one he’d tell them to sit down as he’d show them how they should be read properly …in the ...
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 24, 2021:
When I read stories to my brother when we were children, and later to my children and grand children, I was always expected to "do the voices" for each character. Since Enid Blyton tends to pack her tales full of multiple characters, it was taxing, and reading the Harry Potter stories aloud was a nightmare.
Who's going bananas?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 23, 2021:
Can't make a good smoothie without one
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 23, 2021:
@FrayedBear Still talking about bananas or my teenage taste in women?
I would agree.
anglophone comments on Sep 23, 2021:
Keeping the proletariat under-educated and under-employed is precisely the aim of those who are stinking rich, and they engineer social to precisely that end.
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 23, 2021:
As my late Uncle Ken once told me Schools are just factories for turning out housewives, bin (trash) men, factory workers and manual labours. They do also act as a filter for colleges to churn out the next generation of the middle class.
Countries That Have Produced The Most Serial Killers - WorldAtlas
Fernapple comments on Sep 22, 2021:
Probably basically true, but you do have to be wary of a possible bias, because some countries may under-report deaths and crimes, or not even have the term serial killer as part of their culture. Especially in countries with large unrecorded populations, who are often the main victims of violent ...
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 22, 2021:
Trying to excuse the USA for producing 3,204 by claiming that other countries underreport their own numbers is akin to saying having poor handwriting is not so bad because it hides the fact you cannot spell. The fact stands, the society of the USA produces copious amounts of extremely violent people, both in recorded numbers and as a proportion of the over all population. The inexorable conclusion is that American society is fatally flawed at a root level.
Miserable people focus on what they hate about life.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2021:
Effective people focus on changing the things they hate about life, including opening the eyes of dumb people to the truth that they are not really happy just willfully ignorant of reality.
LenHazell53 replies on Sep 21, 2021:
@Jolanta I am a very positive actually, but I am also a realist. One of the most wise aphorism I ever heard is "Remember, a cynic is what an idealist calls a realist." Decide what you are before thinking you have been insulted. ;)

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