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The shaving brand Gillette has launched a new ad campaign in response to the Me Too movement.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 18, 2019:
Before any of you make a judgement on this, watch the advertisement and ask if a similar advertisement aimed at correcting the worst in womanhood to advertise sanitary towels or tampons would be equally welcomed.
Welcome new members thinkfree and SeaGreenEyz.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 18, 2019:
Hello and welcome
Freud said that young girls suffer from penis envy.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
You are being far too literal.
Religion ‚ÄčLies ‚ÄčAbout Morality.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
Matt Dillahunty just tickles me beyond believe.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
I admire Matt very much, also used to love Jeff Dee, shame he left the show.
Kosher and halal ban
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
The right thing but done for the wrong reasons. Ritual slaughter involved the production of Kosher and halal products is an abomination of animal cruelty, that should rightly be opposed and outlaws by reason and compassion. However this ban or rather this sanction is the result of right wing politics, a simple attack on a segment of society meant to make their lives difficult and residence undesirable and to score brownie points of the racist section of the right with the morons. In the long term this does more harm to the cause of animal welfare than good and will not achieve it's intent as the meat products will simply be imported for elsewhere at a financial and human cost that will make children suffer.
Welcome new members luckytobealive and BrianGibson36
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
Last of the Summer Wine --- I love this show and can relate to it on many levels.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
Most definitely. I changed a lot at thirty five, then again at fifty. The future worries me more now as I see 1000 years of progress being thrown in to the fires of stupidity an ignorance for false comfort a profit. The worship of youth over experience and compassionate derided as weak while stubbornness is hailed as strength for the trading correct answers for desirable ones and this constituting a new acceptable truth
I have heard people say that the world needs more love, it will save us all for most of my life.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
Churches have been slaughtering people for millennia because they love them and want to save their souls. Love is easily perverted in to an excuse for atrocity.
Question: Do you agree this as acceptable?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
This "experiment" was done in 1907 with a sample size of 1, on a simple weighing machine usually used for sides of beef. A second experiment was disregarded after the results showed no weight loss, owing to "faulty scales" Dr. Duncan MacDougall, a G.P. from Haverhill, Massachusetts carried out the "experiment" to prove his thesis which was published without peer review in the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, and though later it was reprinted in American Medicine, it was for the purposes of discrediting it. In short It's Bollocks.
Arguing God from Religious Experience?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
When some one says this to me, I smile delighted as say "You've met Zeus too? Big aint he?"
"Only sheep need a shepherd." Voltaire
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
The Lord is not my Shepherd For I am not a sheep.
I notice when I'm out driving how many churches there are.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
Religions have always made most of their ill gotten gains from real estate. You don't have to pay tax of any kind on a place of worship.
I notice when I'm out driving how many churches there are.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
And that total probably does not include Mosques, Synagogues, Temples, convents, monasteries meeting houses, and other places or worship.
100% real! []
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
Well can't be any worse than that which shall not be named.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
Hence Peccadillo and impeccable
I was watching this interesting video, and the lecturer dropped “teleology” like everyone knows ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
It is simply redefining an effect as a cause (of something else), rather than as the result of a prior cause.
Has anyone actually seen this?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
I'm looking forward to it, and I long ago learned to ignore critics where Shyamalan is concerned, most either don't understand him, deliberately misinterpret him or want him to dumb down. I have never yet seen a Shyamalan film I did not enjoy.
" The glans of the circumcised penis is less sensitive to fine touch than the glans of the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 17, 2019:
It is an interesting hypothesis and to some extent mirrors the myths of the ancient Amazons who at the birth of their children cauterized the right breast of the girls so it would never grow and inhibit spear throwing or archery, but would cause a deep resentment and fuel anger. Boy children had the lower right leg removed, so as to inhibit them from becoming warriors and to direct more blood to the penis for the sake of fertility. Ancient myths are filled with child mutilation, always with some warped logic behind the practice for "the greater good". It should be simple logic and reason in the 21st century to consider cutting bits off infants as barbaric, stupid and cruel, but it is not, mainly because two of the worlds major religions still advocate it.
Ha ha.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
A revolting man, I expect Stephen King the author is rightly pleased the Representative decided to shorten his name.
When does the child mind grasp the concept of reality?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
Jacques Lacan has written extensively on this one of his theories I find fascinating is that infant children when first confronted with a mirror imprint upon their own minds the idea that the reflection is an idealized version of themselves to which they must aspire in vain.
lol how could i have missed that passage or forgot about it.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
This is a great one to point unsuspecting Mormon Missionaries to.
" The glans of the circumcised penis is less sensitive to fine touch than the glans of the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
I have argued for years that infant circumcision is abuse. On this very site I had one lady do the nearest thing I have ever seen in written form to a fit of hysterics, telling me her son were very grateful to have had bits chopped of them when still babies, when I asked how they could possibly know the difference she informed me that the real reason she did it was that uncircumcised penis's invariably have a disgusting stench and that she did not want her future daughters in laws to suffer that. Perhaps teaching her husband to wash his might have been a less drastic solution.
Looks like a sequel is coming out to Happy Death Day. I like the first one. []
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
One of the better re-workings of Groundhog day. Be interesting to see where they go with it, most Blumhouse films are usually worth watching
Good news! []
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
Excellent, wonderful news
Welcome new members GilFates and Mhianwik.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
Hi and welcome GilFates and Mhianwik.
There is a place where imagination exists outside the mind. []
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
I wrote a series of stories based around a war with a parallel universe called the Libariverse from whence all stories come and where all fictional characters are alive. The basis of the first story is a writer who concocts a story about an author who discovers our real universe and attacks it, only to find his room invaded by a Dodo riding mad Hatter who beats him to death with a teapot.
Welcome new member BudFrank.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
Hello Budfrank
Arab Christians protest 'McJesus' sculpture in Israel | Israel News | Al Jazeera
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
How do they know it is not a mockery of Spartacus or one of the other thousands executed by crucifixion or even Kirk Douglas?
Anti-Atheist Discrimination CW - (possibly) In the description of this video say it is a School...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 16, 2019:
So basically the USA is an amatuer theocracy
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 15, 2019:
Yes there was a fashion for such two word epithets around that time Namby Pamby Wishy washy Hanky Panky Willy Nilly Heebie Jeebie Boogie Woogie Airy Fairy Easy Peasy Fuddie Duddie I think the correct term is Reduplicatives
U.S. Catholics' Faith in Clergy Is Shaken
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 15, 2019:
I saw a news article a year or so back about a Catholic church in Manchester that simply could not get a new priest. Young seminary graduates would not do there, nor old lags waiting out their time to their retirement, it was simply too dangerous and with failing congregations to pointless and unprofitable. Finally they recruited a young priest from Nigeria and moved him in. At the time of the interview the poor chap was distraught, his faith shaken and his mind and nerves in tatters. He had come from a congregation of a hundred plus, singing happy families who believed utterly to find himself in a huge church with a congregation of 14 people all over sixty who wanted dirges and Latin masses, and buildings that had boarded up windows and bars on those not broken. Mother Church deserted him and refused to move him out, he had been mugged and subjected to racial hate crime and 'surprisingly' found his prayers going unanswered. I will admit to feeling sorry for the man, or rather boy because even at nearly thirty his maturity was no where near up to coping with the task with which he had been lumbered, he had two options, stick it out and hope things got better, or resign from the priest hood, get a job until he could save enough money to go home. In the town where I was born stood a huge catholic church known as St. Hilda's, the size of a cathedral, it stood empty for years, was a listed building of historical significance so could not be altered, modernised or demolished but had no congregation as the entire area it once served had undergone urban renewal. Yet still it incurred ground rent and maintenance costs to keep it safe. The Diocese tried to sell it to the local council and local business but to no avail, the preservation order and listing made it inviable for anyone to take it on. Then one night their prayers were answered and the whole building burned to the ground, no one called the fire brigade for an hour after the blaze started and the fire engines could not get to the church because of an INconvenient road traffic collision on the only road in and out. So sad, but fortunately the building was insured as it was still being used as a repository of church records. This the state of the RC in the inner cities and industrial towns of the UK now.
We must be ever vigilant to halt nonsense like this ! WHY can't they keep it in their damn churches ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 15, 2019:
When I click that link I get this Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries. We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market. We continue to identify technical compliance solutions that will provide all readers with our award-winning journalism.
Britons View Atheists As More Moral Than Believers, Religion More Harmful Than Good
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 15, 2019:
In the UK Christianity will have died in the next few generations. Given the choice children don't want to go to church and if forced stop as soon as they are able. Even young Muslims are turning away or simply paying lip service to their beliefs and almost every Jew I know under the age of 40 claims only to be culturally Jewish. In an enlightened and educated society religion cannot thrive, which is why the religious are trying desperately to retain the grip they once had on schooling, not to further it, but to censor it. Those who cling to creationism and fundamentalism are beginning to either totally embrace it and become flat earthers or are becoming so aware that they are objects of ridicule that they rethink their stance. Christians are becoming aware that their leaders and elders are condemning the Chinese for rewriting scriptures while in effect censoring their own. Hypocricy is rampant and can no longer be hidden under the guise of sanctity and even the less educated in the developed world are beginning to see the problems. Which is why the only place being bombarded with missionaries and showing church growth for all faiths are those places where education is non existent and there is no internet, the biggest enemy religion has ever faced, an infinite source of free information and open comment.
Bertrand Russell
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 15, 2019:
All most all that I am as an adult human being I owe to Bertrand Russell, his books literally changed my life, gave me purpose and focus a finer moral basis than a whole childhood of pious twaddle forced upon me by my religious maniac mother. A truly great man.
Would someone be considered religious if they don’t necessarily worship any gods/goddess, but only...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 15, 2019:
The original meaning of the word religious was to deliberately tie or bind yourself to something anew (from Ligia to bind, the same root as the word ligature) so restricting your life for the purposes of lifestyle, faith and worship is technically religious no matter what the object. The word religious has gained a very specific meaning in the English language over time but still pretty much amounts to a strong association to a particular focus in life.
Finally getting around to watch the new doctor and only the new year episode is available.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 15, 2019:
Another example of total disregard for Doctor Who Lore "And don't call me 'Doc' " was a catch phrase for doctors 1,3,5 &7 I seem to recall 10 using it too
A book of lies, written by men, lying about women.... Thoughts?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 14, 2019:
Pastor claimed that he went to hell and killed satan.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 14, 2019:
Next week he is in a "Hell in a cell" cage match with a tag team of Baphomet and Belial, I can sell you some tickets if you want them.
How do you feel about people who attend church for the communal aspect?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 14, 2019:
Idiots, tacitly supporting vileness. I have as much respect for these people as I do for the guy who is a member of the KKK because they have really good picnics.
In China, they’re rewriting the bible | World news | The Guardian
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 14, 2019:
One bunch of idealistic power hungry hypocrites complaining that they are being persecuted by another bunch of idealistic power hungry hypocrites. So what else is new.
Not a unused word, just a thought.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 14, 2019:
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 14, 2019:
Manicheans were perhaps the first religious cult to be extirpated and not by the Christians but by the Zoroastrians of all people, who saw Manicheanism as a heretical form of their own dualism. By the 7th century they had all but gone, however many neo-manichean offshoot cults moved in to Gnostic Christianity and of course suffered the wrath of The Inquisition in the 12th century on ward.
can I growing up
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 13, 2019:
Adults are just children who owe money
Oh so cruel.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 13, 2019:
I get text messages and continually berated for not answering them straight away. My mobile is something forced on me by necessity but is just for work and taxis, there are only four people who I will answer it for and they know it better be an emergency. I tell family and friends I sit at the end of the days read my letters first, my e mails next and then my texts, those I feel need an answer get them. I choose if and when I go on social media, and I use only two, this one and You Tube. Like it or lump it, I am not at the behest of or a slave to technology, if you want to talk to me either find me and talk to me or ring me up on my land line between six and nine in the evening.
Leviticus 11:8-12 (NRSV): The pig, for even though it has divided hoofs and is cleft-footed, it does...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 13, 2019:
Yeah God likes a bacon sandwich now but he still hates poofters. Bugger off!
Welcome new member Aravind_Aji.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 13, 2019:
Fan letters from Peter Capaldi
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 13, 2019:
And just for comparison Jodie Whittaker he first interview after her casting declared happily she had never watched an episode of Doctor Who in her life.
To the guy that stole my antidepressants, I hope you're happy now.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 13, 2019:
The delay until 2020 is due to one determining factor: money! []
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 13, 2019:
It is utter nonsense the BBC has been fully capable of funding itself for years, truth is it is a gravy train and wastes money at an unbelievable rate on perks and fringe benefits for executives, for favourites and to finance radio and TV that no one watches or listens to. The License fee is a joke, and could be abolished tomorrow, the BBC actually spend more money on catching and prosecuting license fee evaders than it generates. Since the government appoint all the governors of the BBC it has pretty much become a retirement plan for old MPs Lords and civil servants as a reward for services rendered, where they need do bugger all and get huge bonuses for not doing it. It is a scandal ridden, twisted organization at the top and often ruins it's own success' when they conflict with other interests outside. a case in Point being when Michael Grade was Director general of the BBC and killed off Doctor Who for the first time. WHY? Because the Grade family owned ITC entertainment which worked for the ITV channels producing adventure and science fiction programmes that continually got their arses kicked by Doctor Who. Grade became chairman of the Board of Governors but resign in 2005 to work for ITV PLC and within months Doctor who was back on the air. Someone in the hierarchy of Aunty Beeb again has it in for The Doctor and is slowly but surely poisoning the show to death.
An adult version of a children's joke: Once upon a time, there were three beautiful and voluptuous ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 13, 2019:
LIke the old Young ones episode
Has admitting to yourself that you are an atheist changed the way you live in any way?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 12, 2019:
Yes it stopped me from talking like a subnormal shit for brains asshole, let let me mature in to a normal shit for brains asshole
Go figure. Lol
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 12, 2019:
If over 60 never spend your honeymoon at Viagra Falls
muslim rock band looking for a name
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 12, 2019:
That last should be Sunni and Shia with there all time great record "I shot you Babe"
The Two Ronnies. - The Plumstead Ladies Male Voice Choir. Does anyone else miss these guys?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 12, 2019:
Damn Ronnie Corbet looks SO like my mother in that sketch.
Real people
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
A wise person learns from the mistakes of others Only an idiot learns from their own.
Why do so many people believe in Noah's Ark?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
Because we have so much evidence of Kangaroos, Polar Bears and Penguins hitch hiking to Israel at around about that time, so as to literally not miss the boat.
The Gospel according to Bucky Kat
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
Do unto others .... only do it first!
Do not look back no one knows how the world ever began do not fear the future nothing lasts ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
He does not learn from the past is doomed to repeat it, he who does not look to the future with not be prepared for it, and he who lives only for today will likely as not never see tomorrow.
Is Jesus a communist?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
Is there an echo in here?
Is Jesus a communist?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
Since Jesus of the bible likely was a composite character and did not exist as such it is hard to say, however the early Christian church was without a doubt highly socialist and probably would today be recognised as communist or at least Marxist.
It seems that almost all of my favourite words begin with the letter ‘p’: paladin, ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
something reused or altered but still bearing visible traces of its earlier form. Such as the faces of aging Hollywood actors perhaps?
The Two Ronnies. - The Plumstead Ladies Male Voice Choir. Does anyone else miss these guys?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
Yes it was a stroke of genius putting them together on the Frost report Ronnie B, Tim Brook Talylor, Ronnie C and John Cleese (sometimes Marty Feldman) were the team. From that we got The Two Ronnie and I'm Sorry I'll read that again, which morphed in to The Goodies on TV. What ever happened to this kind of absurdist humour?
Facebook strikes again little bit lighter this time ?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
Woman Customer: “I’d like to try on that dress in the window”.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
lol a golden oldie Like Son: Dad there's a man at the door with a bald head Dad: Tell him I've already got one.
I like the notion that if you look in the religion and spirituality section of this site it says ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
You can see why if you look at the series in terms of religious iconography and religious mythology.
What do you believe in?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
I don't *believe* in anything, I either know things or I don't know them, things are true or they are not true, currently possible or currently impossible. Occasionally I will trust in my judgement or assessment of the trustworthiness or motives of another, but that is as close to belief as I will admit to. I can speculate as to potential truths and facts, I can envision progress. As words Belief and Faith have become too corrupted to be of use to the rational mind.
It seems that being atheist or agnostic is now looked at as a type of religion
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
*"It seems that being atheist or agnostic is now looked at as a type of religion"* **Only by arse holes**
Who else wonders why people are so stupid to believe in gods when there is no proof of their ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
They do it because it is easy. Do I spend five years learning criminal psychology or do I learn to say "a devil made him do it" Do I spend five years studying astrophysics to understand a star, or do I say "God said let their be light" Do I read a few books on evolution or do I say "God poofed my ancestor in to existence 6000 years ago" Do I have a reasoned discussion about why the crops failed or do I yell "Burn the witch!" They say "I'll take option B" and use the time saved for raping virgins, hating people and feeling superior.
Cats and Religion
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
I am Spartipuss
Let me slip into something a little more comfortable.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
Seems furries are going mainstream
Physics does not get drunk!!! It just gets turned upside down occasionally, or it’s magic or a ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
completely sloshed
A Christian Right activist is urging Congressional Republicans to exclude members of the LGBTQ ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
Can I please join?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
Why not your in the commonwealth and have Lizzie Sourpuss on your money, that should do it.
Folks, let's keep pounding away on this until it is fixed.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 11, 2019:
It is insane, it is like saying an elected representative to parliament can be declared invisible to other MPs because they don't like them. why not just Issue these
Omarosa on Mike Pence: ‘He thinks Jesus tells him to say things’ - The Washington Post
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 10, 2019:
If your surgeon said the same thing you would never let him near your vitals, but when your leader says this you hand him the nuclear launch codes. Americans are weird.
Here is a pretty comprehensive Year In Review of 2018 movies, written by Kevin at Ruthless.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 10, 2019:
fun article
Why can I not locate the movie "King's Day Out" featured on PBS?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 10, 2019:
The Only "The King's day out" I can find is an EA game and is the sequel to Plant's vs Zombies
Which ones are you looking forward to?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 10, 2019:
Glass and New Mutants Dark Phoenix looks set to be another disappointing X-men fiasco.
Cure your porn addiction! []
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 10, 2019:
So basically his "cure" is have fantasies about killing things and you won't fantasies about bonking them, very healthy.
Welcome new members Deitritus and Lillyfield.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 10, 2019:
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 9, 2019:
Commonly used in the UK by charities as a tax dodge when they want paid employees but don't want to register for PAYE
Smartphone users warned to be careful of the Antichrist - BBC News
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 9, 2019:
Having an imaginary friend is dumb, having an imaginary enemy is bat shit crazy.
When I was a child I asked my dad what a Slut was
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 9, 2019:
Good job he did do the usual thing and say ask you mum, he would have been in the dog house for weeks.
Perhaps Oscar Wilde was being prescient when he wrote "a Picture of Dorian Gray" back in 1890 or 91.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 9, 2019:
I don't see what this has to do with Dorien Grey but the idea of a mirror universe was used in both the Sci Fi series Lexx and Red Dwarf years ago.
Secular humanism?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 9, 2019:
Let this be the one commandment Thou shalt not be a dickhead
What do you guys think of this for an idea?
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 9, 2019:
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 8, 2019:
A major cause of the Dunning-Kreuger effect is instilling in to very young children the idea that they are in some way or another superior. By giving them a false sense of confidence self righteousness and infallibility you create a self justifying idiot who can never know he is an idiot because that in itself is, to him, a stupid idea. Either by religion, ethnicity, religion the child is made to think they are privileged and must never let anyone tell them they are wrong, especially if that person is "other". For example my father would never accept that he was wrong about anything if my mother corrected him, it was simply impossible that a woman, by virtue of being a woman, could possibly know better than him. Even if I or my brother backed up my mother as being correct, then he would say that proved his point as the woman was only parroting other men and did not understand what she was saying herself. In the USA children are raised to believe themselves privileged to be citizens of the greatest country on earth, to be "white" American is both to be a member of the greatest nationality AND the superior race. TO be White American and MALE is to be unassailable regardless of any other factor such as education. When Trump came along and showed himself as a White American Male who agreed with these self deluded idiots and justified their belief in their own false self confidence it simply reinforced what they "know" to be true and provided a totem to rally to.
Welcome new members Dr650mike and m27082k.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 8, 2019:
I logged in have some fun. Bonjour
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 8, 2019:
The Latin word for right is dexter and for left, sinister.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 7, 2019:
It comes from linguistic confusion in religious circles The idea that those who oppose god "walk not the path of righteousness", Deliberately confused right meaning correct and right the directional indicative Therefore those not following the "right" path follow the "left hand path", the "Sinister" path, so sinister came to be synonymous with evil. Even today many mystics of various factions still identify one another as travelers on the left hand path.
I'm getting hung up on words.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 7, 2019:
Empathy, at-oneness, awe, affinity, love, congeniality, communion, fellowship, concordance, related, rapport, harmony, ethereal, constancy, comfort. there are lots of words, above are just the first few that came to mind.
As I sit here writing and glancing out the window now and then to watch a blizzard blasting the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 7, 2019:
In the words of the classic quiz master "The answer is in the question"
The liberals running this website tolerate all kinds of crap from the Trump bashing left wing ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 7, 2019:
Posts like this are why I rarely bother with the senate, spoiled kids left and right all crying that they are being persecuted and throwing their collective dummies out of their prams. You don't like what someone has to say, block them, or better yet don't read them be an adult.
From Morcambe and Wise in 1975. Eric & Ernie with Des O’Connor. []
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 7, 2019:
What do you think of these suggestions? []
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 7, 2019:
Yes but they need to add, **Sack Chibnal**, cut it out with the identity politics and remember it is a Sci Fi show
The Bravados (Classic Western, 1958, GREGORY PECK) [youtu.
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 7, 2019:
Peck is an often under rated performer.
Kubrick's The Shining Recently there was a post asking people to name their favorite movie...
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 7, 2019:
The Shining is the Islam or Christianity of Movies, in that those who are willing to defend it are willing to tie themselves in to mental gymnastic knots and say openly stupid things in in order to defend it. I was in the day a huge Stephen King fan and saw the Shining the first performance of the first day in my home town. The cinema was packed and we waited with baited breath. Then it started. We were treated to a glorious cinematic overhead shot of the Torrance car heading to the over look as the shadow of the Helicopter filming them drifts in to sight. That is when the sniggers started. By the the end of the film most of the audience left wiping tears from their eyes and declaring that not billing it as a comedy was a stroke of genius. Then as months passed many of my circle of friends began to hear rumours of this minor piece being hailed as a work of actual cinema genius. I seriously wondered if they were talking about the same film, the one with the kid croaking at his finger, the one with Shelly Duvall mugging at the camera and Jack Nicholson turning out his most over the top ham sandwich of a performance since "The Raven". But No it was the same film and then the art centre corner bar critics began trying to explain WHY it was not only a really good film, but a Great film. Within ten years the ridicule and mockery that greeted it's initial release had been over taken by the propaganda. I am afraid no matter how blasphemous it may seem, I will stick by my original assessment that Kubrick's the Shining is terrible, it verges on so bad it is good, but is not self aware enough to merit that mitigation. Try this experiment... sit and watch the film with someone who has never even heard of it is not a Kubrick fan. Tell them nothing, put it on and watch the cloud of incredulity slide over their face and see it give way to either a plea to turn the crap off, or to near hysterical laughter.
Raymond Burr!
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 7, 2019:
LenHazell53 comments on Jan 6, 2019:
According to the Mormon church, and they are deadly serious, Mithra, freemasonary, Tammuz worship and Dionysus were all sent to earth by the devil to mock the Christian saviour and the true faith, thousands of years before he was born in order to sow doubt in the minds of men. Taking the piss by doing it before he did, sort of inverted plagiarism. An them thur Murman boy went ahead and lapped it all up.


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137 members, Host
EX Mormon Atheists, agnostics and apostates
83 members, Host
MENS GROUP, Liberal. Woman Welcome. Everybodys Welcome
43 members, Host
P.A.T.C.H. People Against The Christian Hypocrites
259 members, Moderator
Topic of the day
63626 members
Memes R Us
1805 members
Just for Laughs
1715 members
Real Intimacy
1471 members
1371 members
Music Fans
1202 members
Trump Pinata
1093 members
50s +
1044 members
893 members
Food Glorious Food
777 members
Sexy Classy Pics
762 members
728 members
Dog Lovers
690 members
Cheesy Jokes
663 members
Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
634 members
Critical thinking
544 members
World Music
481 members
Movie Lovers
466 members
Uncommon words and their meanings.
448 members
Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll
409 members
Humour, Fun, Chuckles, Laughs, or Cutes, From Everywhere.
385 members
Community Senate
380 members
UK Atheists & Agnostics
363 members
324 members
Hippie Land -
268 members
234 members
206 members
Fun Bible Passages
189 members
183 members
Highly Sensitive People (HSPs), Intuitives, and Empaths
167 members
Non-nude sexy pics
166 members
Oddities and Anomalies
164 members
Sexy is an Attitude, Body Positive Sexy!
161 members
Simple Thoughts
160 members
Music of the Movies
158 members
Jokes and humor about religion
152 members
The Best of Late Night & News
151 members
Trolls, Scammers & Nigerian Russian Wives:Report Them Here
143 members
Action Advocates for our Environment and Ecology
135 members
118 members
110 members
107 members
Tell Me Your Dreams
102 members
Pro Gun Rights
94 members
Atheists for Liberty
89 members
Tales from the Lockdown
89 members
All Things Asia
88 members
88 members
QuEsTiOnS oF ThE DaY
75 members
Movie Actors & Actresses Fans
68 members
66 members
Anime group
44 members
Celebrity Pictures
41 members
Sunset, Sea, Coffee and Me
32 members
Songs of satire and wit
16 members
Pin Ups
13 members
13 members
Oppression Throughout The World
10 members
A AAA worthy Band of Contributors
6 members