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What is it about a woman's boobs that men (and some women) find so attractive?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 4, 2018:
The attraction to the breast is an instinct in men and women, as the first source of comfort nourishment and safety, as an infant even the smallest of breast seems huge and protective, hence the liking for larger mammary glands among many men and women. Even gay men love breasts, though not as a sexual symbol, but still as something to come to as a symbol of love and protection and affection. It is quite frankly one of the most wonderful results of mammalian evolution.
Lithesome Legged Lovely
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 4, 2018:
I think that is Sharron Davies the Olympian and one time "Gladiator" Amazon
DECIMATE: I actually saw "decimate" misused in the New York Times recently.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 4, 2018:
I have seen decimate, dessicate, devastate, desolate, despoil, mistakenly used in place of destroy and each other
IMPEDIMENT.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 4, 2018:
The literal origin of the word is quite sinister, an impediment in Greco-Roman times was the shackle on the legs of slaves and criminal. (pedi = feet mentum = movement im/in = negative) [Of course today we would never do something as inhumane as that ] Edit thanks to @Davekp Of course today never would we do something so inhumane.
When cooking with wine, food always tastes better, the more the better…
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 4, 2018:
yup that's me cooking xmas dinner
the Midas touch if someone has the Midas touch, everything they do is successful and makes money...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 4, 2018:
Everyone forgets the second part of the Midas Myth. In order to have the curse removed by the god Pan Midas agreed in return to judge a contest between Pan and Apollo as to who was the finest musician, but unknown to all, Pan had Bribed Midas beforehand by removing the golden touch. Pan played his Lyre and Apollo his flute and though Apollo was obviously superior Midas Judged in his favour, Apollo was furious and screamed "If your ears are so beastial, they shall take on a form befitting them!" Immediately Midas' ears grew in to the form of those of a Jackass and from that day forth all who made obviously stupid decisions became known as a Jackass in honour of Midas' folly
State three things you are optimistic about
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Life does not go on forever, there is an end to it Politicians all die or retire eventually Atheism is growing in popularity
Hypocrite...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
An Unfortunate prime example is Asia Argento Started the #Metoo Then Paid off an accuser to the sum of $380,00 to avoid arrest for statutory rape.
Just posted this in the U.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Two very funny men, my favourite was the series where the ongoing serial was Spike Milligan's "Phantom RaspberryBlower of old London Town"
Remember when these guys were unmissable watching on in a Saturday night ?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Funny you should say that, I just bought my mother in law the complete best of the Two Ronnie set for Christmas.
Paddy was about to make his first ever flight, after checking in his bags, he found himself in ...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Why was Able seaman Paddy fired from the Irish submarine service? He thought he heard some one knocking on the door and sunk the boat.
It's a bit of a generalization but, almost all the philosophers I studied seemed to have one or two ...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
You are quite right, in with the benefit of hind sight we can see clearly what some were struggling to speak of without the tools of language and scientific discovery now commonplace. Friedrich Nietzsche for instance insisted on the idea that there were two fundamentally different forms of people, the Ubermensch and the herd, the one naturally tribal and conformist the other innovative and individual. Over a century later it was discovered that Neanderthal man was very much a none tribal species who developed art and weapons, made wheels and discoveries long before their Cro Magnon tribal cousins who nonetheless interbred with them resulting in individuals who show high Neanderthal/Ubermensch physical and mental traits and who tend to be societies innovators, scientists, leaders and artists. Spinoza, Epicures, Kant laid the foundations of the arguements for modern atheism and scientific thought, Plato unknowingly created the forms of thought later corrupted in to theology and Aristotle all but invented propaganda by media manipulation.
Pearls Before Swine today - they will catch flak from the Jesus crowd !!!!
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_PZ6xtdfgc
Would you stop eating animals if you thought they dream?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Give me a knife fork and oven and I'll show you
Who is your "Go-To" atheist?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
After the death of Chris Hitchens Matt Dillahunty and Stephen Fry
I have to grocery shopping this morning. I hope i remember the baby carrots.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Anyone noticed how reports of flashing have all but vanished since the invention of the web cam?
VENAL.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Not to be confused with Venereal relating to sexual desire or sexual intercourse from the Latin name Venus goddess of love and marriage ;) Though the name Venus actually is a subjunctive of Venum meaning related to that which is for sale. Says a lot about how the Romans viewed marriage.
What will it take to stop abuses done by religion?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Education, world wide. As little as two hundred and fifty years ago Christianity wield terrible power in the west, today it is a toothless tiger, it still has claws is still dangerous but no longer rules over communities in the way it did and each generation yields a greater and greater harvest of atheists and agnostics, the churches are emptying but for the old and frightened as the last dominated generation dies off. The new churches in America are simply entertainment arms of the republican and bigoted tell congregations what they want to hear in order to have them enslave themselves to the politics of "terror of change". Again this is more prevalent among the uneducated and the poverty stricken seeking eternal reward for suffering in this life and the rewards of the prosperity gospel. The remaining churches learned from their Islam cousins and now preach a gospel of hate and fear, as a far more powerful motivator than love and peace, a gospel of Jihad and Armageddon for the salvation of the faithful, a doctrine of superiority both moral and theological, a doctrine of the right (in all Senses of the word) to promised conquest for the good of all. Education about, knowledge of and exposure of religion is and will continue to be the downfall of religion, watch just how much education for all but the most privileged is being squeezed, dominated and censored to combat exactly this. "God" that is, the places and organisations of religion, like political parties love them a dumbed down population of eejets
C-SPAN caller tells Christian leader live on air: ‘You’re a fake Christian who worships Donald ...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Really? the "Some of my best friends are black" excuse Followed by cherry picking scripture followed by equivocation followed by misdirection and double talk and never actually address the issue raised. The modern evangelist is simply a politician cloaked in a "coat of many colours".
OBFUSCATE: ob-fus-cate.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Good word
Oddly and a little sadly, the more I come here the less I find.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Every time I come here there are new people to meet, new pages to explore, the site is alive and ever changing if you bother to look around.
Bingo, I'm in a confusing situation and having to be careful around some local evil doers that are a...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
"nice Scientology" that is surely a contradiction in terms? Not an organisation I choose to be involved with, in fact not something I want to even be remotely associated with.
A mother worries that her teenage daughter is having sex and might get pregnant, so she consults ...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Still might be useful if they forgot their shower caps
I just gotta try this, anyone loan me a C note?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Yup and I know people who would do it too
There is one simple word that will solve all traffic ...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
There is one simple word that will solve all traffic congestion.............................................................. WALK
I know people who would use this method
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
What then is the logical argument against diapers?
Definition......
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
A sad, sad state of affairs. Religion it seems is permission to take advantage of divine permissionto be a f---ing moron
Any fans of Charles Laughton here?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Wonderful actor, "Witness for the Prosecution" is in my opinion one of the best films ever made.
PETTYFOGGER.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
From the Flemish Petti = Betrayal and Focker= Cheat (possibly also the root word of a certain English swear word, if it originally meant adulterer)
Is crime natural?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Depends how you define a crime, and what you class as a crime. Almost any action can be made illegal but does that make it a criminal action or was it always a criminal action that has now become illegal? Some actions are socially unconscionable but are not criminal, or are when done by a human but are not when done by an animal. I personally I believe a crime to be an action that cries out for justice because it has damaged the well being of one or more others **intentionally**
With all this ugliness in our country being perpetrated by and against in the name of religion, I am...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Agreed, world wide religion is becoming a menace to human freedom and perhaps even the survival of society and civilization.
I Stand With Woman Because I Have a Conscience
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Should be axiomatic, you don't just sand by and watch other people get hurt, apparently only God is allowed to do that.
How do you tell people you don't believe the way they do about a God when they ask you directly?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
I just say do you really want to know or are you just looking for a reason to preach at me? I they have even a modicum of honesty left in them they just leave it at that, if not and they do start to preach I remind them there is one of the ten commandments that says not to lie so, if they are right, I'll be seeing them in hell.
Think you have the nerve? [facebook.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Amazing really, Harold Lloyd lost half of one of his hands in a stunt gone wrong, Buster Keaton broke his neck..twice, both Stan and Olly were badly injured, Chaplin broke almost every bone in his body at one time or another and working on the silent film version of Noah's ark three extras reportedly drowned, one extra had his leg amputated, and over a dozen others, including the film’s major stars, had to endure broken bones, missing toenails, and pneumonia, among other consequences when director Michael Curtiz decided to pour 15,000 tons of water over the extras and sets as the cameras rolled for the sake of realism. But it is not something of the distant past, Brandon Lee was shot and killed on the set of "The Crow" when the props department loaded the gun with real bullets, John Candy died of a heart attack in 1994, filming his final scene in "Wagons East." Vic Morrow and two child actors were killed in an on-set accident in 1982 while filming "Twilight Zone - The Movie, unbelievably director John Landis used a real vintage helicopter on a sound stage and it crashed on top of the three of them. even more unbelievably the story stayed in the final film with a slightly altered ending.
Pakistan, the worst country in the world for an atheist.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Only last night on the new it was being reported how a Pakistani Christian woman held in solitary confinement on death row for eight years in Pakistan had her conviction for blasphemy quashed by an appeal judge. (The blasphemy was apparently drinking from a water source designated for use by Muslim men only) The result a mass protest by Muslim men demanding that she be lynched and the judge be stripped of his position and hanged too. How can you reason with a public attitude whose answer to everything is to cry blasphemy and slaughter anyone who disagrees with you? I know many people of Pakistani heritage third and fourth generation English, who insist this attitude is precisely why their forefathers left Pakistan, and yet they despair to see their own children (especially boys unfortunately) reverting to these barbarous ways thanks to talking with people in Pakistan on the internet who tell them they have grown westernised, soft and blasphemous and should readapt to the “true” path to manhood of sexism, racism and religious intolerance.
Joke time. Why does does Norway put bar codes on all their boats?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Groan
Amish women can pose too...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
OMG You can almost see her ankle, verilly thus is so hoteteth
A naked lady walks into a bar and ask the bartender "Can I have a cocktail, please".
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
A woman comes running up to her husband in the bar, furious. "What's wrong?" ask the hubby The wife tells him, "This big butch lesbian came up to me and said I had nice T%Ts" "I'll kill her" snarls hubby. "Then she grabbed my sit-upon and said it was like blancmange" yells the wife "That's it, she is so dead" shouts the hubby "Wait there's more" says the wife. "Said said she wants to turn me upside down and fill my privates up with guineas and drink the lot out of me." The husband suddenly sits down and goes back to his pint. "What's wrong with you" screams the wife, "Defend my honour!!!" Hubby looks up and says sadly "If you think I'm going to fight some one who can drink that much Guiness you're out of your mind!"
Hahaha! perfect for here!
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
from the Latin *hoc est, po cus est* "From this is power drawn" (presumably the magic wand)
I myself dabble my toes in the bucket of useless trivia..
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
like it
A horse walked into a bar and ordered a drink.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Horse goes in to a bar and asks for a pint, seeing an easy mark the barman charges him £15. after a while the horse is still sitting nursing his pint "You know," says the barman. "We don't get many of your kind in here." The horse looks up and says "At fifteen bleedin' quid a pint I not fucking surprised."
A horse walked into a bar and ordered a drink.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
A white horse walks in to a pub and orders a straight Scotch "What brand?" asks the barman "I dunno" says the white horse "We've got one named after you" Says the barkeep The horse says "Okay then, give me a double Dobin"
A coach stops at a pub, the barman stares as they file in, an Englishman, Irishman, Scotsman, ...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
A tramp walks in to a bar, orders a treble whisky, and slapps a twisted up ratty piece of string on the counter the barman asks, "is this a joke? You want a treble and you pay for it with A piece of string? The piece of string looks up and says indignantly "I beg your pardon, I am a frayed Knot!"
A coach stops at a pub, the barman stares as they file in, an Englishman, Irishman, Scotsman, ...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Yes the short version is A Rabbi, a priest and Nun walk in to a bar, the barman says "This a joke right?"
What's the meaning of "hookups" in the following sentence?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Basically friends with benefits.
Hah. I hadn't seen this before.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Years ago when the Hazell, TV detective show was being broadcast I got the same thing, the irony being that the Character of "James Hazell" was based in name at least on my grandfather, Bobby Robson was my Grand Parent's lodger when he played for Fulham F.C. in the 1950s and got very close with them, when Terry Venables one of the authors of the Hazell books needed a name for his cockney detective, his close friend Sir Bob gave him my grandad's name to use.
After being with her all evening, the man couldn't take another minute with his blind date.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2018:
lmao
Happy Halloween y'all.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2018:
good one
What is the most terrifying movie you know?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2018:
Witchfinder General 1968 always does it for me
scissorbill noun: scissorbill; plural noun: scissorbills an incompetent and/or objectionable ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2018:
Fascinating word, I could not quite understand its etymology at first and I assumed it was something to do with cutting up legislation or not paying you accounts. Not the case as it turns out, it is a much older form of the word bill, meaning an axe or pruning hook, considered in battle as the type of weapon that needed no skill or aptitude, to use. Scissor in it's earliest sense simply means to split (in the same way a cutting tooth is an incisor, so a scissorbill is some one so incompetent they cannot use an axe without breaking it. Thanks for piquing my curiosity.
What exactly do ppl mean when they say that they r spiritual but not religious.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
The way the sort of people who say that define spirituality usually means I don't want to go to church but I will consider Hogwarts
When someone says" well it was ment to be" or it was gods will. What is your reply?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
"Yeah gods a right cunt aint he" usually brings an end to the conversation
Cassette tapes had side A - side B, so isn't only logical that their successor is the CD ???
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
clever
Is there anyone here that values the teachings of the bible, but rejects it's supernatural elements?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
That which is good in the bible is not original, and that which is original is most certainly not good. So NO.
These Sumerian Clay Tablets Reveal the BIGGEST Secrets of the Solar System - YouTube
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
I believe there is a rule against cross posting, this has shown up in my notifications three time.
These Sumerian Clay Tablets Reveal the BIGGEST Secrets of the Solar System - YouTube
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
cross posting
These Sumerian Clay Tablets Reveal the BIGGEST Secrets of the Solar System - YouTube
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
6 minutes in and he starts praising Zacariah Stichin Nooooooo thank you Dr, Stichin (doctor of economics, not history, not archaeology not anything relevant to his claims) is a notorious Pseudo Scientist, fraud and charlatan, who has been peddling this unsupported and debunked twaddle for years so as far as I am concerned that is as much time as I am willing to waste on this rubbish.
I don't want to see it
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
There are a number of posts on this in the senate
Oh those Christ like Christians. 15th. century hand crushing machine.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
Literally nauseating
My contribution today is not so much an unusual word as it is a usage note.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
A Cynic is what an idealist calls a realist.
How did you you come out as a skeptic if you had a religious family?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
My Mother had already been leading pray circles for my soul when I joined the LDS, I think after that coming out as an atheist was a relief to her. However since she was of the ilk who don't believe there is any such thing as an atheist and that it is all just "showing off" she died convinced I would grow up and stop all the nonsense one day. My Father just sighed and told me I was too clever for my own good.
@Admin a friend just told me about a fella she thought could be a scammer - but she couldn't block ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
I just tried it to, blocking him (and others) and doing so only prevents me from viewing their posts and comments and presumably the same for them, it does not however block me getting in to their profile page or sending them messages, so again presumably this is the same for them. I believe you have a serious glitch here that needs addressing immediately.
Can you identify that movie- Part 7?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
Named after the Winchester Club in the TV series Minder? But more likely as a tribute to the antique gun used by Duane Jones in Night of the Living Dead and David Emge in Dawn of the Dead (I believe it belonged to George A. Romero and was used to save money)
Does anyone watch the British TV show QI?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Love QI I've watched since episode one.
extirpate: to remove or destroy totally; do away with; exterminate.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
The persecution of the Cathar Gnostic cult (the Albigensian heresy as you said) by the Roman Catholic church was the first papal Extirpation order and along with that of the Anabaptist lead to the formation of the Inquisition.
Name your favorite?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Ace of Wands A great horror kids show, unfortunate all but a few episodes of series three are lost.
Life is much easier to living without hell or a god
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
The light of reason shines brighter and clearer than the faux light of "Faith"
Since the Jonny Lee Miller Sherlock Holmes is on Hulu now I've been revisiting media influences on ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
I'm a big Sherlock Holmes fan, I make a point of reading The Hound of the Baskervilles at least once a year, as it is probably **the** definitive Gothic thriller and archetype detective novel. Elementary was a good series and would probably have fared better had it not been released along side Sherlock, the comparison was inevitable and against Benedict Cucumberpatch he was not going to win out. The stories are great and using Gregson as the main foil especially as played by Aidan Quinn is a good choice. Lucy Liu is remarkable as Watson, her take on the character is spot on (Watson was suffering PTSD in the original books, though of course that was not the term for it at the time), her guilt ridden stress captures this perfectly. Though James Mason is still my favourite Watson Liu's version certainly ranks in my top five. It is ironic that the beloved flaws (drug addiction, antisocial behaviour, arrogance) of Holmes were written in to the stories by Doyle in order to kill the popularity of the character, as Doyle saw him and the demand for stories about as a distraction from his serious works. It backfired and the trope of the flawed superman was born, had he left Holmes as the near perfect mental and physical specimen of A Study in Scarlett the readership would soon of grown bored of him. This is what has made him a major influence on society, media and individuals for over a century now.
PERNICIOUS: per-ni-cious.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Nice spiteful / cunning word
@Admin: I may be in the minority here, but I DO NOT like the look of the new profile page.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Each to there own, I like it but I can also empathise with with the points you make.
Fuck you, Marie Osmond. [friendlyatheist.patheos.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
"because we are weak individually but we are strong as we are united" the literal original definition of fascism
Global warming ???
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Ah the 60's
Paddy is in a London bar, the week before Xmas, looking really down, the barman asks, "why so glum ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Hmmmmmmm
Prelapsarian (adjective) occurring before the Fall of man; related to innocent or carefree ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
It is like that other bogus theological "historical" term ANTEDILUVIAN having occurred before the time of Noah's flood.
SPOILERS S11 E4 - Arachnids in the UK Discussion post.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
This was a fun episode, a little disappointed that there was no mention of Metebelis III but then when we got giant Wasps there was no call back to the ark in space either.
Interesting new layout for our profile pages. Nice!
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
like it
Strong Women Never Give Up
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2018:
Adapt "women" to "people" and I agree totally.
The Sumerian writings talk about the Anunnaki taking their dna and mixing it with the dna of the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
I find Exogenesis an interesting idea that at the present is no more than a hypothesis, unfortunately a lot of quacks and followers of the con man von Däniken have dragged the whole concept in to disrepute by passing of fantasy and speculation as evidence. There are circumstantial reason to keep exploring the idea and perhaps one day there will be some proof of the engineering of our ancestors genetics by persons unknown, but for now it is as unlikely as creationism.
Grandma Crocheted ?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Whoops
Here's a word came up in the book I'm reading: passel: a group or lot of indeterminate number ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
This one of those odd circumstances where a word actually reversed it's original meaning Both Passel and Parcel come from the Latin root particella meaning a small part of a larger whole. Parcel in time came to mean a small gift, where as Passel came to mean a large number making up a greater whole, especially in the military a Passel of soldiers can be anything from a platoon to a legion bound together in a common cause.
HYPERBOLE: hy-per-bo-le.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
The original Greek words are a sporting term Hyper Bola means to throw above or beyond In time a hyper bola story was an exaggerated account of athletic prowess, and soon became a common term for any kind of boasting. The Greek word for excess is ypervasi the root of our word pervasive
Have you ever noticed that the word nun is just the letter “n” doing a cartwheel?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
U nu it is
Someone was talking about the movie 13 Ghosts a while ago.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
I love William Castle movies, forgotten genius ideas man and cinema innovator, perhaps a director out of his time. Mr Sardonicus is still one of the creepiest original Gothic horrors not to be based on a classic, The house on Haunted Hill is fantastic held back only by budget, Homicidal is WAY ahead of its time to name but a few. I love 13 Ghost if only for Margaret Hamilton out classing everyone else on screen.
Perfect movie for this time of year.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
One of my wife's favourite films
Groucho Marx
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
My favourite Groucho quote is when he was turned down for membership of a prestigious gentleman's club ( after discovering Jewish people were forbidden there ), he wrote back feigning ignorance saying "I like to with draw my application, I've decided I would never join any club that would have me as a member."
Has anyone seen this?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Saw it yesterday, really enjoyed, great new take on the franchise.
Assuming everybody here r atheists, do we all genuinely want to see our country as an atheist nation...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
In any country the strict application of the separation of church and state by force of law. If religion is kept in the home home and the holy place fine. Keep it out of school totally Keep it out of government utterly Keep it off the streets Recognise it as a business and make it pay taxes and be subject to the same legal requirements of all other business (Conformity to sex discrimination, age and race discrimination legislation for example and physical assault of infants ) Make proselyting to anyone under the age of majority illegal. that would be acceptable to begin with.
So tell me, what does it mean to be an Existentialist?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
to chose to be free to chose
Any Sam Harris fans here?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Not a fan as such but I do read his books with an open mind.
So tell me, what does it mean to be an Existentialist?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
To choose to be in disagreement with Predeterminism
Due to a power outage, only one paramedic responded to the call.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 26, 2018:
Reminds of of a young child on a bus starring at a pregnant woman. "Why are you so fat?" asks the little girl, despite her mother hushing her and apologising "That's alright," says the pregnant lady. Looking down at the little girl she smiles and explains "This is my new baby and I love him." After a moments thought, the child screams "If you love him so much why did you eat him?"
Nuns are soooooo
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 26, 2018:
Why are they called nuns? aint had nun Aint seen nun aint touched nun and dressed like that Aint gonna get nun Masters of menace 1990
This excerpt caught my eye from so many reasons.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 26, 2018:
My son at the age of about six asked me one day why his best friend Manesha had brown skin, he said he had asked her and she did not know, I simply said lots of different people have different colour skin depending on what part of the world their ancestors came from and how they had adapted to live in the hot or the cold. He shrugged, said it made sense and never asked again. I grant you my son may be the exception, this is the same kid who was asking me if the amount the water went up in bath when he got in was the same as the space he took up when he was four, and told me he was an atheist at eight, because god was another made up thing like santa and the tooth fairy to bribe people in to behaving in a certain way.
The U.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
genuinely communicating with any god, or licking their own arse cheeks
Food for thought.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Joseph Goebbels the doctrine of the big lie, extrapolated from Chapter 10 of Mein Kampf: by Adolf Hitler
Judge Dismisses Christian Lawsuit Against TX Library’s “Drag Queen Story Hour” | Hemant Mehta ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Has no one ever prosecuted this brain dead moron with a suit of frivolous litigation?
Hi everyone.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Of course and since Philosophy actually means the love of wisdom/learning, by coming here you have already demonstrate a pre-existing desire for philosophy
Who can watch Twilight after this?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
[last lines] Grandpa: One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach; all the damn vampires.
Daniel Day-Lewis is my all-time favorite actor, these are my two favorites of his.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
"he suffers from depression" a surprising number of excellent performers do too.
A good thought for the day
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Arguing with a religious person is like trying to play chess with a chicken. It will kick over the pieces, shit on the board and then strut around as if it has won anyway.

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LenHazell53's Groups
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Simple Thoughts
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Sexy is an Attitude, Body Positive Sexy!
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The Best of Late Night & News
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Jokes and humor about religion
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Trolls, Scammers & Nigerian Russian Wives:Report Them Here
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Action Advocates for our Environment and Ecology
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Instrumentals
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CLASSICAL, OPERA and CROSSOVER
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Watchers
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Tell Me Your Dreams
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Atheists for Liberty
95 members
Pro Gun Rights
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GUITARS ONLY!
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Passions
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Songs of satire and wit
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Oppression Throughout The World
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