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When i was a retarded wide eyed little theist i used to think that evil was a demon named bilzarbub ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
This reminded me of when I was a child, raised by a religious maniac mother, who terrified me with tales of devils and demons from the earliest age. When I was about 5 or 6 years old, we had a burst pipe in the attic, this lead to me waking up in the night hearing a wet tapping noise over my bed, terrified I called for my mother who told me it was just a leak in the loft. For the next five or six years of my life I was in constant feat of "The Lee-Kuh" a terrible green snot creature with a forever dripping nose that lived in the attic, sent by the devil to punish me for being a bad boy. I was a screw up
Are those who wanted political change happy?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Change for change sake is almost always change for the worse. Change made because change is inevitable or for the sake of evolution is more likely to have a positive outcome. Change made in anger is always hijacked by opportunists.
What happened to the internet?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
What happened to the internet? It became popular
And those who were seen DANCING,were thought to be INSANE,by those who could not hear the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
My man...Nietzsche ?????????
To be or not to be!!!!!
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Autumn is my favorite season and orange is my favorite color.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Autumn is my favourite time of the years too :)
John Williams is one of the honorees on a PBS special for 2018 Lifetime Grammy Awards.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Williams is very good, but not one of my personal favourites, much of his reputation is grounded on Star Wars and many of his later works are repetitious, notably the Harry Potter theme being a simple retread of the Hook soundtrack. However his influence on the likes of Danny Elfman and Hans Zimmer is undeniable. So congratulations to him and to coin a phrase "Thank you for the music"
I was dyslexic when I was 21……….or was it 12...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
That is dyscalculia not dyslexia
Choose one or name yours ???
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Arsenic and Old Lace
Look carefully ???
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Terry Pratchett advocated for the recognition of a third species of chimpanzee Pan narrans (Storytelling ape)
Now here is something pornographic to behold.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
I would like to your help on our "new" website domain Humanist.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
1) what do you think about allowing a religious person to say "I'm also a Humanist"? I would probably advise them that they are confusing Humanist with Humanitarian 2) what questions should we ask new members that we currently don't ask on Do you understand what actually means to be a humanist? 3) If we want to promote civil discourse, what things should members pledge to do (e.g., never dehumanize people even if disagree with them)? If the members ARE actually humanists this should be totally unnecessary.
What does "agenda driven" mean? Could you please give me an example sentence?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
In general terms it means that an action is performed with the aim of contributing to an over all effect, even if that is not obvious at first. For instance stirring up public unrest about immigration, may be portrayed as protecting an indigenous culture, when in reality it is a politically agenda driven act to create civil unrest and dissatisfaction with government so as to provoke a general election.
What would your pet name you?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
If Christianity is true, wasn't Andrea Yates the best mother ever?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Why do we identify with a political party because both are strange
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Don't just stand there, give him another it might work...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
In the UK "Lifesavers" are marketed as Polo mints. Prior to 1929 they were called Lifesavers here too, but never took off eventually disappearing in the late1920s. In 1939 Rowntree sweets manufacturers of York acquired the licence and changed the name to Polo mints dropping all but the peppermint flavour and launched a whole re-brand, to great success as a pocket sweet and breath freshener for adults. Fruit Polo's were introduced in the sixties but have never had a great deal of success, and until the introduction of spearmint flavour in the 1990s there have been no other variations.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 5, 2018:
From which of course we get one of my favourite words of all time ***"Blatherskite"***, one who indulges in Blather eg Donald Trump
What is sexism
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2018:
Sexism like all other -isms, is the result of insecurity and fear. Sexism is the unfounded and irrational conviction that one gender is inherently inferior to the other.
Tonight's movie for me on Netflix "Truth or Dare" has anyone seen it yet?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2018:
It is on my to watch list
Pre-rinse ???
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2018:
Yup that's my dogs too
Anyone remember Dick Emery?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 4, 2018:
Love Dick Emery, way ahead of his time and genuinely funny. Made a few really good films too.
The existing/non existing Universe
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Wow, some big assumptions here If we accept the idea that our universe came into existence as a result of the big-bang! **No one has ever said that, the so called big bang was not the start of the universe, it was the point when all existing matter in the universe began to expand out ward, it was not an act of creation it was a change of form. Some theorise that before this event there had been a “big squeeze” and that the universe goes through a continual and perpetual cycle of expansion and contraction.** We must accept also that, that was the time when space and time was started to exist. **No we don't, it is* likely * this is the case, since matter in motion in space creates measurable time, and time requires measurable space in order for motion to occur and matter when subject to time moves, it would seem matter, motion, time and space are all mutually reliant and self perpetuating. It is possible to describe this mathematically, but without actually observing the moment of universal expansion it is not yet a proven fact, simply the best theory we have at this time. ** Following that logic, **What logic? You have offered only speculation.** it can be easily assumed that, the expanding wave of existence is what we perceive as the time passing. **Anything can be assumed, proving it is the challenge, However you have suddenly leapt from talking about the universe to the subject of existence as if they are the same thing. The universe exists, but all things that exist are not the universe, only infinitesimal parts of it. As dark matter and dark energy theory have shown in recent years, large parts of the universe do not exist in the sense that we understand existence to be defined and are in fact subject to a whole other set of rules. Like wise Atomic theory has shown a larger part of the universe, those spaces inside of atoms between the nucleus and the outer electrons are actually empty space, there is no existence in there. Time as you and I have discussed here is largely definable as a measurement of motion, the effect of energy upon matter, our brains have evolved to rationalise this in to a practical concept by the act of measuring.** We must live within that breaf(brief?) wave.. We called the present! So.. . Nothing in the past.. Nothing in the future. **I pretty much agree with you here, other than in defining the passage of time as past present and future. These are purely conceptual terms, our consciousness applies to our movement through the rigours of matter in motion. **
Is it okay to be human but to feel like a stray dog? Asking for a friend.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Learn the difference between being alone and being lonely. Being alone can be a fine experience, loneliness is a state of mind you can learn to cope with it as basically it is just a phobia. No friends at all is a better situation to be in than constantly tolerating the company of poor friends and users.
Those robot dolls are gonna get real cheap sooner or later.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Give it fifty years and they will be unionised and the SJW will be campaigning for roborights.
Two guys are pushing their shopping trolleys around a supermarket when they collide.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2018:
?Bennie Hill gag, lol ?
Which, according to the Religiously Impaired™, does not exist (evolution) []
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2018:
My favourite Ken Ham-ism ever was him saying in all seriousness "It is not for no reason that it is call EVIL-lution"
Netflix time now watching Black Panther. If you seen it how did you like it? ??
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 3, 2018:
I enjoyed it
Question, Was there one deciding event/factor that occurred in your life that made you become a non ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2018:
I got suckered in to the LDS for a number of years, thinking my way out of that cult opened my mind to doubt of religion as a whole, that which worked to discredit Mormonism, worked for religion as a whole. I will never fall in to the talon grip of irrationality ever again.
What is everyone thoughts on paganism? I've always been interested in it as well as wicca
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2018:
Paganism is a catch all phrase encompassing various belief systems, the word can be translated as "beliefs of the rural folk" or "beliefs of the woodland people" According to the Catholic Bible encyclopedia everything from Buddhism to Witchcraft, Hinduism to Druidism can all be called Pagan.
Launch of Campaign to Remove the Blasphemy Law - Atheist Ireland
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2018:
Blasphemy, the "crime" of offending by proxy the feeling of an all powerful being who does not exist by telling the truth about it.
My mom still bugs me about not believing in god...gets old?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2018:
Get a friend to paint themselves blue, go round your Mum's house and tell her you have found the one true god, and he is here now for tea, Mum meet Vishnu.
A widower in his 60s popped into the local OAP's club and met a woman who, despite being of similar...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2018:
Hey Joan Collins is in her eighties, I probably not say no if the offer came along.
How to gain freewill Step 1-Accept that freewill does not exist Step 2-Realize that the reason...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2018:
Choosing to accept that free will does not exist is in itself an act of free will
Oct 7th - Can't come soon enough...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 2, 2018:
Will finally put a lot of speculation to rest.
Unpopular Opinions I know you got 'em, what are they?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2018:
In a democracy, people should have to opt in and then pass an exam before they are entitled to vote. If I cannot trust you to sit the right way round on a toilet, I can't trust you to choose my leader.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2018:
No!! No we don't. Prayer is simply the the single most vainglorious and self aggrandizing way of doing fuck all. As an atheist I do not require a secular equivalent for that.
How many I watch this movie and did you like it or not?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2018:
There is a new version of this out this year, but personally I like the 1985 version, probably because it was the first version I saw.
Catholic priest hospitalized to have a crucifix removed from his rectum
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2018:
I thought they were supposed to invite Jesus in to their "Hearts" Maybe he just took a wrong turn.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2018:
Jeebus preaches to a multi-ethnic audience but is still played by a white dude. Whitewashing!!!!! ;)
The Conjuring based on true events, this spine-chiller tells the story of a New England family who ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2018:
Anything with the Warren's name on it is based on True events in the same way that Harry Potter is based on true events because there are people called Potter and people used to believe in Witches.
Welcome new members AlexKay and Lucignolo.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2018:
How many people have seen this, or plan to see it? Fahrenheit 11/9 []
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2018:
I don't always agree with Moore but admire his perceptiveness greatly
Godzilla King of the Monsters Love this trailer and can't wait for the movie! Enjoy.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 1, 2018:
Yes love Godzilla movies
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.
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
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
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
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
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
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?


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