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So. Why do people expect others to accept their reality but scoff at other people's reality.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2018:
I don't believe in my reality, I accept actual reality because there is evidence of it. If some one else expects me to believe something without evidence simply because they have a warm fuzzy feeling about it or because their imaginary friend insists they believe it or else he is going to burn them forever, then we are going to have a problem.
I thought it was time for some more Dave Allen to cheer up a Sunday night with some religious ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2018:
Really funny guy
Money isn't everything but you need it to buy everything...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2018:
Money can't buy you happiness... but it makes misery a hell of a lot more bearable
I work at a public elementary school and they announced over the PA, during school, that if anyone ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2018:
At least they are now giving kids the option of being brain washed or not, I wonder what percentage did want to participate?
To Catch a Thief: Grace Kelly : take a ride with me.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2018:
Randolph Scott?
Who likes 'Sherlock! 'here?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 30, 2018:
OH Lord, just saw the Trailer for the new film Holmes and Watson staring Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly As a Sherlockian I feel physically sick
Matthew 18:8-9 (King James Version): Wherefore if thy hand or thy foot offend thee, cut them off, ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2018:
Another sick bit of Biblical evil that has been used to justify no end of atrocities.
How many remember watching this? I seen it a few times, my dad was in charge of the TV.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2018:
I don't think it was ever shown in the UK, but from the picture I thought the character looked like Honor Blackman, who after checking I discovered was first choice for the role, but turned it down.
Whats more important. Living life, collecting memories, fabricating truths or pure technical skill?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2018:
It is like asking someone to judge between Leonardo Da Vinci, Salvador Dali and Joseph Barbera. Genius is genius, artistic excellence is artistic excellence it is not a competitive sport.
Noah must have had some damn good eyesight, to be able to tell a male/female ant.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2018:
NO I've see at least three paintings of the animals going in two by two, with two male lines and two male stags, even as a fictional character he was mega gay.
Women can be sexist too. Allow him how to operate the washing machine.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2018:
Allow? The last time my wife used a washing machine was three washing machines ago, she looks at the new washer dryer like a five year old looking at a page of calculus.
LOGARITHM.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2018:
We still had to learn how to use "log tables" and "slide rules" when I was a school, my son does not even know what they are
I returned the new vacuum cleaner to the shop and plonked it on the counter, the guy said is there a...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 29, 2018:
A woman took her Vacuum cleaner back to the shop "What's wrong?" asked the salesperson "It keeps getting clogged up with the hairs from little chiwawa" she told him The sales person looked disgusted and and told her "For God sake madame just get a Brazilian."
It can happen to anyone...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 28, 2018:
R2 D Tox?
Funniest Comedian
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 28, 2018:
Ken Dodd Frankie Howerd Marti Caine Billy Connolly Max Miller Jasper Carrot Victoria Wood USA stand up Joan Rivers Bill Hicks Lennie Bruce Richard Prior
Name a scary movie ??
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 28, 2018:
Witch Finder General (AKA The conqueror worm) 1968 Vincent Price as Matthew Hopkins the actual Witchfinder General, in one of his most restrained and so genuinely frightening roles, nothing supernatural, just as disturbingly cruel as hell. Truly great movie and the last film directed by Michael Reeves before his untimely death at the age of only 26
Did you have any experience that makes you question your non beliefs?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 27, 2018:
My absence of understanding indicates nothing other that I do not yet have the necessary data.
Does anyone know where I could take a class on properly crafting a novel?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 27, 2018:
I have an ebook up on Amazon it's pretty basic introductory stuff but might be a help to you https://www.amazon.co.uk/Quick-Cheaters-Creative-Writing-Guides-ebook/dp/B005EN75WE/ref=sr_1_7?s=dvd&ie=UTF8=1538093163&sr=8-7=len+Hazell
COMPENDIUM: com-pen-di-um.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
In the UK a Compendium is most often applied to a boxed collection of table top games, such as a box that when opened out is a chess and chequers board on one side, a backgammon board on the other and inside contains the pieces for all three games and others such as dominoes.
For all of you Trekies out there...lol
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
Neither has Sherlock Holmes, but Moriarty did, on the Holo Deck
Do I have free will?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
Who told you to ask that question?
In today's society,though it is true that one must confront common reality to exist in this mortal ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
A Witch, a Witch!!!!!
Years ago when I told people I wanted to be a world famous comedian, people laughed.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
Comedy is not a laughing matter, but sanitation should not be sniffed at either.
Anyone else feel Time Tunnel is due a big screen Hollywood remake? I loved this show as a Kid.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
The theme tune was one of John Williams' first commissions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Vn8VGvtlnY
You've been kidnapped...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
Well since the last movie I saw was Jeepers Creepers 3 and the last TV show I saw was an Interview with President Cheeto on the news... Not good, really not good.
Where Did the Universe Come From?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
Existence is, because the natural state of affairs demands it to be so. The alternate is non existence which is an impossibility, since non existence is the absence of all existence, like cold and dark this is only a concept, there is not an actual thing, as that would negate that which is being described. It would seem that if quantum mechanics is correct, existence require measurement and perception, therefore existence requires life, they are mutually dependent and sustain one another, both require time in order to be observed and to observe, to be and to move and to be measured doing so. Therefore the question is moot, the universe is, it cannot not be.
Action in France on affirmative action to protect women from wolf whistling and assault.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
Physically assaulting a stranger is a crime, it does not matter what the motivation was, if it was intentional it is assault. It can be dealt with by personal means, verbally or physically (I know from experience some women can pack a hell of a punch) or you can call the police and quite right too. However Now as to the other part of the alleged crime, if some one calls me fat ass on a bus, I am not going to call the police and waste their time, I'd think what a dick, and leave it at that. It's not nice but it is the irrelevant rantings of a drunken buffoon. Frankly the police have better things to do (or should, though I am sure a lot of "officers" would far rather deal with a wolf whistler, than a machete wielding bank robber and so love these new "crimes") 21st century policing as predicted in 1993 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlyMZNURdmc
Do you realize that no matter what you say or how you say it, it is incorrect to someone.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
It has always been so, it is why the art of debate, conversation and Rhetoric where developed. It is a sad sign of the declining intellect and lack of tolerance in people as a whole that we have descended from, "I disagree let us discuss, " to "Shut up, Shut up, Shut up, Shut up, Shut up, Shut up, Shut up, Shut up, I'm calling the thought police!"
I went to see FARANHEIT 11/9 yesterday.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
Looking forward to it
PINCHBECK.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
This is the form of Brass that causes your skin to go green
Seemingly you will not read about it in the NY Times but this possibly started in New York and now ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 26, 2018:
This is not political activism, it is not feminism, it is not even a peaceful protest, it is criminal damage and ASSAULT. Not funny, not clever and if the person concerned has a skin condition possibly dangerous,
An interesting quote by Alan Watts "There is no fate unless there is someone or something to be ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
I find this statement to filled with false equivalencies and logical fallacies. To take the first example, a trap requires prey, since a trap need not necessarily be used to capture, it can indeed be for the purposes of deception or execution for example. How does this concept of a trap equate with fate? Fate implies a degree of predestination, though not so unalterable as destiny itself. Therefore fate is not a trap more a funneling force, a guidance. Likewise freedom of choice does is not indicative of compulsion any more than heat is indicative of cold, only a given understanding of compulsion such as as a simile for an act of tyranny. The second stanza seems to be attempting to draw some esoteric maxim, that verges on the eastern mystical concept of the holistic self, being superior to an objective or even subject life view. Drawing from this the contention that ego is a false or at least social construct that allows negativity to become a guiding force in consciousness. This is inherent nonsense. Finally relying on the two previous points the conclusion is drawn that reality has an inherent though random interconnectedness that is both at once ordered and chaotic, thus indicating that the order of the all is in fact a serendipitous accident. It is much simpler to simply agree with Friedrich Nietzsche that order emerges from chaos naturally. How the conclusion is drawn that there is no "I" without there being an "other" or no "here" without there being a "there" to compare with, from the given contentions is a mystery to me, especially when followed up with a direct contradiction "here" is "there" and "self" is 2other". Proceeding from the premise that I think there for I am aware of the proximity of thought, is a far better starting point than this contrived mess.
Rereiteration: a phrase in which many of the words all mean the same thing (bad definition, I'm ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
Interesting,enthralling, conspectus of thought provocation
Never heard this term in any of my botany classes. Lol
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
In the North West of England you Kex are your trousers, "Hey man pull ya Kex up, ya arse crack is showin' "
I walked into a cafe somewhere in the Deep South of Oxfordshire -the village of Stoke Row, and ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
Nisi nunquam felicibus queribundus Only happy when complaining (or moaning in the colloquial sense) Like it.
Holy shit guys! Christians who actually act like Christians!
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
No, this is an example of Christian behaving like decent human beings. The exception rather than the rule. If you want an example of Christians behaving as the Bible says Christians should behave I give you this fuckwit
What do you say to people who say you can’t have morals without god?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
If you need the fear of an eternal red hot poker up your arse in order to behave like a good person, guess what? You ARE NOT a good person!
Retired bishop explains why the church invented hell.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
Classic carrot and stick motivation
Are you an example for people around you?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
I hope not, a world full of grumpy, old, know it alls, like me would be insufferable
Christmas Celebrations
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
Christmas is just a word, call it what ever you like, a celebration of the end of one year and the birth of another that centers around a time of being nice to one another and celebrating family and love, is AOK by me. Plus I love getting to cook a big ass dinner for everyone highlight of my year. :)
Was brainwashed into Mormonism from birth.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
Well said, as a fellow ex-mo it has always been a source of ironic amusement to me that the LDS are probably responsible for creating more atheist than any other "Christian church". Thinking your way out of Mormonism teaches a way of thinking that when applied to religion generally, shows them all up for the "shit stew" (love that expression) you describe.
Two idle, bored mechanics at Boeing in Seattle decided to try drinking jet fuel to see if, as they ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
Marti Caine wrote the original version of that joke, a great lady comedian who died tragically young at only 50
A pig's orgasm lasts 30 minutes.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
Humans and dolphins are the only species that have sex for pleasure? Tell that to Bonobo Chimps they are notoriously sex mad
What was the worst book you ever read and what made you dislike it?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
The worst book (in my opinion) I have ever read and the book I have disliked the most are two different things. The worst book was a Sci-fi Novel called Mantis (AKA Eat Them Alive) by "Pierce Nace" Mr Nace as far as I am aware never wrote anything else again and that does not surprise me. 160 pages of a deformed lunatic, cover in shit (literally) using his platoon of giant praying Mantis to visit revenge on the Texas gangsters who cut off his willy for screwing them on a drug deal. It really is as bad as it sounds, and has the writing style of a petulant 5 year old fantasizing about what he wants to do to the kind in the playground who stole his lollipop. I have never seen the words "and then" used so many times per page. The Book I disliked the most was Dodger by Terry Pratchett, mostly because ti was disappointing, and tragic, written when he was very ill and one of his last works, it abandons his style all together, is not a discworld novel, is not funny and perhaps was a last ditch attempt at literature, but fails miserably (in my opinion) reading it was like watching a once brilliant friend, descend in to slow and undignified death.
What do you think is on the screen?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 25, 2018:
Just aping their betters
Who has seen Roman Polanski's "Repulsion" made in 1965?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 24, 2018:
I find it hard to disassociate the art from the artist with Polanski, he is a great film make, but is also a disgusting excuse for a human being. I find it hard to think I have contributed one penny to his well being.
The mailman created skid marks record...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 24, 2018:
Oh I love that
I'm watching this terrible vampire movie called Pale Blood.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 23, 2018:
Season one is better than season 2
The Man with the Golden Arm (1955) FRANK SINATRA [youtu.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 23, 2018:
Great music in this film.
Not a gorilla ???
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 23, 2018:
If it is a gorilla he has a hell of a hemorrhoid problem
A guy decides to do something nice for his girlfriend before they leave on vacation so he gets her ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 23, 2018:
Reminds me of the Mohel who decides to be more ecologically responsible, and so tans and stitches together all the collected foreskins of his career to make a tasteful wallet for his wife's birthday present. A few days later she comes home and angrily confronts him. "I was out in the rain today," she scolded. "I had to dry off my wallet after it got wet." "What, the problem?" he asked. "Three strokes," she said. "and it turned in to a briefcase."
Anyone else ever see "Innocent Blood" starring Anne Parillaud?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 23, 2018:
Yes saw it once on a late night showing, not a bad off beat vampire movie.
once again apologies if you've heard it.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 22, 2018:
What do you call being stuck in an ascending lift/elevator with twenty rabbits A Hare raising experience
Last night's selections: Both from the Netherlands.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 22, 2018:
I really enjoyed Troll Hunter.
Matthew 10:34-37 (NRSV): Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth; I have not come...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 22, 2018:
Luke 14 25 say the same thing, Jesus of the Babble was an egocentric git
Want to say hello to a Frenchman.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 21, 2018:
Why would you want to?
Posted this in the U.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 21, 2018:
A product of the mind of Roy Clarke, one of the best and most prolific sit com writers in the UK, he also wrote every episode of the worlds longest running sitcom "Last of the Summer Wine" that ran one season per year from 1973 to 2010.
This movie kills me I wish it was on Netflix movies
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 21, 2018:
Yeah I though "Meet the Spartans" would be funny too
For fun! I would probably poke it to see if its alive. ? what would you do?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 21, 2018:
Fascination
Was asked why I am agnostic and not athiest or religious.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
"To quote Bill Cosby," you really want to do that, I think it is more like "the getting of the pudding is dependant on the %proof in the drink he gave you"
Biologically, we humans are forced to perceive an existence where we only have our limited senses to...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
"we lack the capacity to perceive reality beyond our human biologic limitations." Necessarily things that are beyond our physical limitations are irrelevant to us and there for may as well to all intents and purposes NOT exist. They cannot inter-react with us nor we with them, even if they do exist and can be proved to be so by being detected by artificial means they still have no practical impact upon us and therefore have no use. I have heard your contention used to postulate the existence of god. However the potential god it could hypothesize would be nothing like any god of any religion that has ever existed and would be a deity so pointless it might as well be imaginary or non existent.
Why are people convinced the sense of self will exist beyond death?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
Because idiots cannot cope with reality.
Greek Orthodox bishop repeatedly dunks tiny baby in water in ‘most violent baptism ever this is ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
Anywhere between dozens and thousands. So many schisms and schisms of schisms.
If I told you I had a Beautiful Mind would you understand what I am telling you.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
You want to be Russell Crowe?
With the Catholic church reports of abuse in so many areas of the world, does anyone see actual ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
Part of the problem is that though people stop attending church you cannot actually leave the Catholic Church. A few years ago, a chap in the UK petitioned the church to nullify his baptism and allow him to resign, it turned out the Church had no way to do this other than by excommunication. In the ensuing court battle the RCC was forced to hand over all documentation relating to him "IN THE UK" but could not be compelled to hand over Vatican records of his baptism etc. As far as the RCC is concerned once they've got you, you are their's for life. Apparently even Hitler was still a Catholic up to his death, just a very very bad catholic, who did the church a favour by committing suicide which is a Cardinal sin and ensures the perpetrator goes straight to hell, even though Hitler was never excommunicated (Pius the XII repeatedly refused, because he thought a miffed Hitler might bomb the Vatican)
I guess since he's "agast" everything is ok now. [mysanantonio.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
Bono is obviously getting a bit deaf in his old age, it should read *"the pope is **a ghastly** church sex abuse enabler"*.
Do you do voodoo?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
It is a myth that cursing by effigy was a voodoo practice, it was spread about as a rumour that this was done in order to equate Voodoo (or Vodou as the earliest spellings have it) In Haiti with European witchcraft in order to discredit and supplant it with Christianity.(In Western magic effigies are used in so called "Poppet magic" a form of sympathetic magic where the image is used to represent the whole, as opposed to homeopathic magic where the part is used to represent the whole as in modern vodou where the doll must contain hair or blood or some other part of the object of the curse, this is from where we get the word puppet) It is a case of Life mirroring art, that Vodou later did incorporated in to itself much from European Witchcraft and ironically from Roman Catholicism seeing it all as part of a greater whole.
New official trailer released this morning. [youtu.be]
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
**Might** not be as bad as some people have thought, I especially like Jodie basing her portrayal on Patrick Troughton's incarnation with accent ratcheted up to 11 was half expecting "When I say run, run...RUN!!"
Some Brief Thoughts on Time.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
Time, space and Motion are the perfect triumvirate as they are simple aspects of energy matter and motion Time/energy acting on Matter/space creates motion for instance throwing a ball Matter/space in motion generates time/energy in the same way all energy is generated by matter in motion and Time/Energy in motion creates space in which to move an example of which is an electric current This follows exactly the same rules as the time, distance and speed calculations Speed is motion equal to the distance traveled divided by the time Distance is space Time is time
It's the 23rd century and on the starship Enterprise they STILL have suitcases without wheels.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
Why would you pack anything when you replicators?
La Cage Aux Folles 1978.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
La Cage Aux Folles part 2 is almost as good and had one of the funniest lines of all time , when Albin in full drag has been captured by the national front and is being tortured for the location of the microfilm Albin: (screams) Thug: has he talked yet? Thug 2: We've given him three shots of Sodium penthanol Thug: and? Thug 2: He's admitted he is gay
Who are 3 of your favorite movie actresses?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
Bette Davis Jamie Lee Curtis Diana Rigg
Go away.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
That'll do it
Over five times and still entertained???
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
There are dozens of thembut top of the list would be "Life of Brian"
Frank Sinatra was a capable actor.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
My favourite Sinatra film is "The Detective" 1968 Sinatra plays tough but fair homicide detective Joe Leland, a character who writer Roderick Thorpe had made the hero of three books. On the strength of this film Sinatra was offer the chance to reprise the character but turned it down, the book was filmed 20 years later starring Bruce Willis who thought Joe Leland was not a good name for his character and had it changed to John McClane.
Jesus said, "I impregnated , my mom, so I could grow up and commit suicide, but I had to because ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
And that statement from the patient m'lud closes the case for the prosecution in this sanity hearing.
Also Today in TV History: The Mary Tyler Moore show premiered on CBS. 1970
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
Liked this show but loved the spin off Rhoda, I had a mad crush on Julie Kavner, long before she was Marge Simpson
"You cannot be a doctor if you believe in superstitions," said by my Catholic professor.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
"Yes because other religions ARE superstitions, OUR god is the only real one! A burning bush said so!"
Apparently I’m banned from the Walmart in Grants Pass.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
I am so stealing this
Question of the day: Who is more annoying?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
JW's for sure, often they will not even tell you who they are unless you insist, Mormons at least wear badges, warning you of incoming godbothering.
How good are you at striking up conversation with a stranger?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
I do not like to be imposed upon uninvited, nor do I like to impose myself upon others, I find it very bad manners.
Out of the mouths of babes?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
Love it.
Went to see A Simple Favor tonight.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
better than I expected Well I don't think it could have been worse than expected, I'll wait for the DVD release.
Creature features are my jam.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
Kaiju movies are a guilty pleasure for me, anything by IshirĊ Honda (excluding the butchered US release versions with Raymond Burr of such like clumsily edited in). Probably the little known "Frankenstein conquers the world" is a favourite who is not going to love a 150 foot Frankenstein Monster, fighting a Giant Lizard up to their knees in the sea of Japan.
I realize that this is out of tune with this page but I need a little assistance.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
It is a 1947 Chrysler New Yorker 2-door Sedan without a doubt, however it is missing part of the hood ornament, they were notorious for rusting off, and the owner has added a bull bar to the front. I thought at first it was a Royal, but the square indicators are a give away on the Royal they were round.
Poets created love to sell their poems.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
Priests invented marriage in order to corner the market in a service only they could provide, same goes for sin and absolution. Poets were the rock stars of their day until people discovered up beat music. Because rhythmic poetry like up tempo music, provokes sexual arousal and excitement. Poetry was a way to talk about sex in code. Romance in the modern sense was invented to fulfill a need for people trapped in or heading for dead end marriages to hope for something better, more exciting and less humdrum. True love and romance do spring naturally from friendship and companionship, and some great literature has sprung from it, but on the whole it less exciting and escapist than a rollicking tale of forbidden relationships, adultery, revenge and tragic climaxes.
Forbidden Planet Official Trailer 1 - Leslie Nielsen Movie (1956) [youtu.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
It is a master piece, the scene with creature from the id trapped in the laser fence, scared the hell out of me as a kid. So much of this film was lifted directly in to Star Trek TOS (From the Monologue over the first shots of the ship, to the blaster side arms, ships weaponry and ranks of the protagonists) that it fair to say there would have been no star trek without it
I really love this woman’s style! [thedailybeast.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
If it is not true it should be ??????
Does the idea of heaven that you have heard discribed appeal to you?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
Not in the least, an eternity pandering to the selfish wants of an ego driven sociopath
Hello there!
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
Welcome
Captain Marvel Trailer I just got goosebumps [theverge.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
Weird seeing Nick Fury with two eyes and hair.
On Truth An American view [bbc.co.uk] Kurt Anderson
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
The world has entered a post truth era, facts that are have been supplanted by "alternate facts" that should be true and will be taken as true for the sake of appearances, disregarding logic and practicality for the sake of social acceptability. for example Fact: men and women are physically and emotionally different Desirable Alt fact: men and women are not different in anything but the most superficial accidents of birth and therefore should be treated as if those difference don't exist even if that endangers lives and efficiency.
Space Movie??? ?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
It! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958 ) A personal favourite and along with its contemporaries 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957) and The Thing from Another World (1951) a wildly influential Alien Animal movie. The first time the Old Dark House formula was used in Sci-fi, the sense of claustrophobia is palpable and the title is no exaggeration.
David, it is said, was 'a man after God's own heart.' Really?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
David and Saul's son Jonathon were also gay
A song at teatime.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
great song, great singer
Brazen sexism is pushing women out of America’s atheism movement — Quartz [qz.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 18, 2018:
Oh for F sake, I am getting sick of this constant victim mentality from everyone, everyone wants a bit of the sympathy pie, because they are men, women, religion, of an ethnicity, gender variation, have an unpopular hair colour, body size, height, or are so without problems that it is a problem. Grow up and deal with it, there are people who are suffering real victimisation in this world and they are DYING, being tortured maimed, imprisoned and being forced to undergo quack medical cures. These are the people who have a right to complain, in our western affluent society, there is greater freedom and tolerance today than there has ever been, if someone thinks they are better than you because of what is dangling between their legs or what colour it is, they are an ass-hole and you are free to tell them so, but if you go running to mummy or big brother crying because you have a boo-boo on your ego, you're as much of an attention hungry fool as they are.
Why Clara was Almost good. [youtu.be]
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 17, 2018:
The whole thing loses a lot of credibility when you remember she was famously banging Prince Harry both at the time her contract came up for series nine and the BBC's Royal charter was up for renewal.
Should one bring/send flowers on a first date?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 17, 2018:
Not if she is a hay fever sufferer
Brazen sexism is pushing women out of America’s atheism movement — Quartz [qz.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 17, 2018:
Can't get in without a facebook account, can you cut and paste here?
Regarding God Is Love A common statement is that "God is love".
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 17, 2018:
Here is a meme I made on that subject some years ago just to piss off Christians

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LenHazell53's Groups
Books: Only Books
136 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
59498 members
Just for Laughs
1596 members
FreeThinkers
1246 members
Music Fans
1197 members
Trump Pinata
1093 members
50s +
1003 members
Quotes
773 members
Sexy Classy Pics
765 members
Food Glorious Food
716 members
Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
637 members
Dog Lovers
614 members
Cheesy Jokes
604 members
Critical thinking
538 members
Movie Lovers
467 members
Uncommon words and their meanings.
451 members
World Music
406 members
Community Senate
380 members
Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll
376 members
UK Atheists & Agnostics
360 members
CLASSIC ROCK RULES
317 members
COVID-19
206 members
Fun Bible Passages
187 members
Bookwurmz
180 members
Highly Sensitive People (HSPs), Intuitives, and Empaths
168 members
Non-nude sexy pics
164 members
Simple Thoughts
157 members
Oddities and Anomalies
157 members
Jokes and humor about religion
139 members
Music of the Movies
121 members
CLASSICAL, OPERA and CROSSOVER
117 members
Pro Gun Rights
94 members
Instrumentals
93 members
GUITARS ONLY!
89 members
Tales from the Lockdown
88 members
All Things Asia
86 members
Atheists for Liberty
77 members
QuEsTiOnS oF ThE DaY
73 members
Movie Actors & Actresses Fans
66 members
Passions
65 members
Anime group
42 members
Celebrity Pictures
36 members
Sunset, Sea, Coffee and Me
29 members
Songs of satire and wit
16 members
ACHES AND PAINS
14 members
Pin Ups
13 members
Oppression Throughout The World
6 members