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I don't think I could do that anyway.
Taladad comments on Jun 8, 2018:
How do you know? Have you tried?
Give me your best quote people. Book,movie,personel hero. Let's hear them. Life if pain! Anyone ...
Taladad comments on Jun 8, 2018:
"The memories of a man in his old age, are the deeds of a man in his prime." This is not from a movie or a book, it's from a song by Pink Floyd, "Free Four" off the Obscured by Clouds album...it just happens to be one of my favorite quotes... ...here's another of my favorites... "You will never discover the wonders of the ocean, if you're afraid to lose sight of the shore."
I seem to run into a number of atheists who believe that while theism is an irrational belief in the...
Taladad comments on Jun 8, 2018:
It's cherry picking and hedging your bets. Ever truly read the Bible? It is filled with murder, rape, incest, infanticide, slavery, etc., etc. It is NOT any kind of moral authority.
So what are some things that you probably really don't want to do naked.
Taladad comments on Jun 8, 2018:
Sky dive
Hypothetical celebrity question
Taladad comments on Jun 8, 2018:
Jennifer Lawrence
I’ve done this
Taladad comments on Jun 7, 2018:
It sounds like an old habit. ;-)
Headlights on a 1965 Rambler Ambassador. If you are a car buff, I have 200 more photos, mostly ...
Taladad comments on Jun 7, 2018:
My brother had one of these in the dark bronze color, with the 327 cubic-inch V-8. Very nice riding car.
What songs make you happy?
Taladad comments on Jun 6, 2018:
Anything by Pink Floyd and/or David Gilmour, and anything by David Bowie.
Could you stay isolated for five days in total isolation as an asocial experiment?
Taladad comments on Jun 6, 2018:
It depends on the arrangements for my absence, and how much I would get paid for the experiment. Can I bring books?
Recently answered a poll and the results were curious. Why do you think that most people who were ...
Taladad comments on Jun 6, 2018:
I think the more indoctrinated you are as a child, the harder it is to get that shit out of your brain.
How has atheism or agnosticism made you a better person?
Taladad comments on Jun 6, 2018:
I don't think there's a correlation between those two things.
How do you feel about getting into a relationship with someone who is a believer and says it doesn't...
Taladad comments on Jun 6, 2018:
I think that depends on how involved they are in their faith...I mean, do they have to go to church every week?...Do they have to celebrate Easter by going to church? Those kind of things. And of course, it depends on how good the is. ;-)
In chronological order: A) Clicked on a profile just because I was curious. B) "Dear sweet ...
Taladad comments on Jun 6, 2018:
Creep to your heart's content! :-D
Should Burning an American Flag be illegal?
Taladad comments on Jun 6, 2018:
I don't care for the way the answers are worded in this poll. It should be a simple, yes or no. Those who vote no in this poll, do not understand the freedoms America affords all of us.
I'm not fussy, I want it all.
Taladad comments on Jun 6, 2018:
Be careful what you ask for!
So, my religious neighbour asked me out to lunch last week and I went, with the stipulation that we ...
Taladad comments on Jun 6, 2018:
I think it depends on how much you value, or even want, her friendship.
How would u respond if someone put this statement to u. "Because of God, Atheists exist. Without ...
Taladad comments on Jun 5, 2018:
I would tell them that god is just a concept, and not a reality. If religious people didn't keep making up crazy shit, atheists would have nothing to oppose.
I love Colorado cloudscapes!
Taladad comments on Jun 5, 2018:
So do I. It's just one of the many awesome things about living here.
Anyone ever asked you if you're ashamed to be an atheist? Or you're expected to keep your atheism ...
Taladad comments on Jun 4, 2018:
No, there is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about. Like so many other social issues, it is progressing in how much it is accepted because of the sheer numbers of non-believers "coming out". I think it's just a natural progression of people realizing what BS organized religion is. I think it's going to take a few more generations until it's relegated to an insignificance level where it belongs. Then, people will be ashamed or embarrassed to admit that they believe this nonsense. Public opinion is slowly changing.
What is your favorite response when people say "god bless you", "have a blessed day", and/or "I will...
Taladad comments on Jun 4, 2018:
I just say, no thank you.
Coffee Large or Small
Taladad comments on Jun 4, 2018:
I don't like coffee, but I do like jugs on mugs!! ;-)
So has anyone gotten likes or comments on their personal pictures yet? How do you find out that ...
Taladad comments on Jun 4, 2018:
I have some likes. :-)
Ruin a first date in 4 words
Taladad comments on Jun 4, 2018:
Hope you brought condoms!
A kinder, gentler, Florida Man.
Taladad comments on Jun 4, 2018:
Well, it IS a cute kitty!
Who thinks ghosts are real? I will try real hard not to laugh at you if you do! Religion is stupid ...
Taladad comments on Jun 4, 2018:
Pretending to know something we could not possibly know is something religious people do. I do not believe in any kind of god, but I also do not know if life or our energy exists in any other kind of realm or plane after our physical existence ends. I have no way of knowing this, so I cannot make a judgment. I prefer to quote Carl Sagan who said, "In the absence of compelling evidence, I keep an open mind."
Do you have noise pollution around you?
Taladad comments on Jun 4, 2018:
It is very quiet where I live west of Denver in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The only thing I hear outside is an occasional construction crew in the distance, or occasional aircraft.
What is probably one of the most stupidest superstitions you’ve ever heard?
Taladad comments on Jun 4, 2018:
Honestly, never had any kind of superstition.
I'm in a quandary. When is enough enough? On one hand, I don't want to burn bridges and completely ...
Taladad comments on Jun 3, 2018:
You can get a DNA test done for less than $500. I would make them a deal. Tell them you'll order the test, and if she is his daughter, they pay for it and accept her into the family. If he's not the father, then you'll pay for it and move on.
Hmm...okay
Taladad comments on Jun 3, 2018:
That's the way I like them too!! :-D
This moves me. Show me what moves you.
Taladad comments on Jun 3, 2018:
3 of my favorite people.
To Block or Not Block
Taladad comments on Jun 3, 2018:
I have just blocked one so far, and that was because he was very argumentative, and kept presenting the exact same nonsensical, circular argument over, and over, and over, and over again.
Reasons to Remain Single
Taladad comments on Jun 2, 2018:
I've been married and divorced twice, but still lived most of my adult life alone. I've also never lived with a woman I was not married to. I have now lived alone for 32 years of my adult life, before, after and in between my two marriages. I've always done well on my own, but it wasn't always by choice. I'm a very affectionate guy, even if it didn't involve sex, so while I desired to be coupled, it really didn't make a difference, because I was just not meeting anyone. I also did not want to get into a relationship for the wrong reasons, or just to avoid being alone. The older I get, the more I feel the need and desire to spend my time with someone special. Being alone at my age ain't all it's cracked up to be. All that being said, I have an excellent book recommendation for you, if you're interested. The book I found so very interesting shortly after my first wife and I separated, is titled, "Love, Sex, And Aging" A Consumer's Union Report. It is a fascinating study into the lives and behavior of people as they age, and how they confront and deal with the challenges of aging, including loneliness, finances, health issues, death of a spouse, meeting sexual needs, etc., etc. And, it is filled with very personal stories of how people dealt with these challenges. The report was completed in the 1980s, but I'm sure people today are still dealing with these same issues. I think Amazon has it if you're interested.
Look what I caught!
Taladad comments on Jun 2, 2018:
I want one! :-D
Do you spank? Should others parents? I don't and will never have kids so I'm not really ...
Taladad comments on Jun 2, 2018:
I never hit my kids, but I was tempted to hit my ex wife when I saw her slap my 3 year old daughter in the face. I would never hit her either, but I did yell at her.
i believe in ghosts
Taladad comments on Jun 1, 2018:
I have seen and felt things I cannot explain as well. I think pretending to know things we could not know, is what religious people do. I can't prove there is none of our energy remaining after our physical death, and manifests itself to those sensitive to it. We are infants in this reality, and there is much we do not know. I think that to make a statement that you KNOW something doesn't exist, when you have no way of knowing that, is ignorant and irresponsible, and like I said, that's what religious people do. In the words of Carl Sagan: "In the absence of compelling evidence, I keep an open mind."
I'm addicted to Supernatural and I don't feel bad about it.
Taladad comments on Jun 1, 2018:
My daughter agrees completely.
Is it really possible to live your life and not have any regrets. I’ve heard various people say ...
Taladad comments on Jun 1, 2018:
I think people who say they have no regrets are just coming to terms with accepting what they cannot change. Either that, or they've had an exceptionally easy life with no problems or challenges. I think it's quite normal to have a regret or two, but I don't think you should allow it to bother or depress you. It's part of accepting what you cannot change.
What do people think of the idea of being childfree? What are your opinions on anti natalism. There...
Taladad comments on Jun 1, 2018:
I think it's a personal choice that should be respected. I grew up in a family of all boys, no sisters. We NEVER discussed having kids when we grew up. I never even considered it, until my ex wife wanted to start a family. I had no objections, and enjoyed the first part of the process ;-) ...but once I became a dad, and held my daughter for the first time, it was like no kind of love I had ever experienced. My marriage did not last, but I got two daughters out of it, who are my best friends now, and they have provided me with 6 grandchildren whom I absolutely adore. I love it when I go to visit them, and the younger kids, especially the girls, come running to me, yelling my name, with open arms. I wouldn't trade it for anything. (L)
It's all a bit crazy and divided. I really like Samantha Bee, and I do not think it can compare. ...
Taladad comments on Jun 1, 2018:
Here's what Sally Field had to say on twitter: Sally Field ‏ Verified account @sally_field Follow Follow @sally_field More I like Samantha Bee a lot, but she is flat wrong to call Ivanka a cunt. Cunts are powerful, beautiful, nurturing and honest. 12:05 PM - 31 May 2018
What is the dumbest way you’ve been injured?
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
Sitting in the living room with my daughter, watching some TV...her cat runs into the middle of the living room and starts going through the motions to puke...I get up, pick her up, run to the bathroom where her litter box is...forgot that I had just tiled the floor the day before, but I had not finished the threshold. The edge of the tile was exposed...me in my bare feet, I jam my right big toe on the edge of the tile...it stopped me in a nano-second...I lunged head first into the bathroom, dropped the cat, landed half on the toilet, half on the floor. I didn't break my toe, but i jammed it so hard, I could hardly walk for days, and it hurt for at least 3 years. The cat was fine. :-)
Does anyone agree, that our country is being torn apart
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
Unfortunately, yes. This Nazi sympathizer we have in the White House has shown that there are flaws in our democratic system of government.
What amount of time should be normal for the 'expectations' of a text or phone call when you first ...
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
You should have no right to have any expectations when you first meet someone. This is a safe forum to communicate in. If you've developed interest in someone here, and the feeling is mutual, then you may ask if you could communicate via phone or text, with their permission, but it is completely up to them.
As a non-believer, do you find yourself preferring one political candidate over another based on ...
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
I care more about a person's political leanings than their religious leanings. That being said, I would have a very hard time voting for an evangelical, but there aren't many of those that I share political opinions with. And, I am aware that for any candidate, at this point in our history, it would be political suicide for them to announce that they don't believe in a god.
If you could bring them back . . .
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
I had the great thrill of already having this happen in my life. I met Muhammad Ali quite by accident standing alone on a curb outside my place of work in 1994. I introduced myself and got to tell him what a huge fan I have always been, ever since I first heard of this young boxer named Cassius Clay. I also got to tell him how much it meant to me as a young man when he took a very public stand against the Viet Nam war and refused to be inducted, while sacrificing his boxing title. His stand gave me the strength to do what I would have to do myself, to avoid going to kill or be killed in the jungles of Vietnam, if I were unlucky enough to be drafted. I expressed profound gratitude to him for this. Unfortunately, our conversation only lasted a couple minutes, as my place of work emptied out when everyone learned that Ali was standing right outside. I would love to be able to bring him back to continue our conversation uninterrupted, and take in more of his wit and wisdom. I was fortunate enough to get a couple pictures taken with him, as well as his autograph.
Casual relationship
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
If there are any sexual benefits, it would be called a sexually exclusive relationship.
Does anybody else almost message someone and then talk yourself out of it?
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
No, this is a social site, I think people are generally open to being messaged. If you get no response, be respectful and move on. Then you'll know.
Does anyone think we will live in a post-religious society?
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
Eventually, I hope...but I think it will take a few more generations.
What do you do before a date ?
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
Make sure EVERYTHING is clean...just in case. ;-)
I feel like real communication is a difficult accomplishment between male and female. I wonder if it...
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
I think you're too focused on semantics and you're over thinking this. Who cares whether it's called a meeting or a date, just relax, get to know her and see if you have any chemistry.
Well Roseanne did it again, opened her big mouth with a racial slur. This time she hurt her tv ...
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
Bill Maher tried to tell her to shut her mouth. She just could not do it. I have no sympathy for her, though I do feel bad for all the other people involved that she hurt.
. Okay so I got this idea from Facebook where is Run Todd nauseam for a long time. But I'll keep ...
Taladad comments on May 31, 2018:
1. Scrambled 2. At a hospital, after the bride was in a bad car accident. 3. Right 4. I've been told I do 5. That depends on whether my mouth is busy at the moment or not. ;-)
The Bible - I find the lack of respect people in this room give to the Bible disturbing. Its early ...
Taladad comments on May 30, 2018:
How can you be for this?? Exodus 21:20-21 “And if a man beats his male or female servant with a rod, so that he dies under his hand, he shall surely be punished. Notwithstanding, if he remains alive a day or two, he shall not be punished; for he is his property.
Women! How do you feel about men calling female underwear "panties"?
Taladad comments on May 30, 2018:
Panties is sexier than underwear.
God is good. I keep seeing this all over Facebook, and quite frankly it makes me nuts. So, god is ...
Taladad comments on May 30, 2018:
They're not trying to convince you, they're trying to convince themselves.
Responses to messages from someone (opposite sex) that your not interested in:. Respond out of ...
Taladad comments on May 30, 2018:
Is it a personal email message, or just a response to something you posted?
What are the best pieces of advice you've gotten from a photography teacher or mentor?
Taladad comments on May 30, 2018:
Always pay attention to lighting...especially back lighting.
What do you do when you are EXPECTED to follow Christian beliefs?
Taladad comments on May 30, 2018:
I do not participate in any Christian beliefs. I was expected to in my ex-wife's family, but i always refused. Of course, that's one of the biggest reasons why she's my ex-wife! :-D
What's a small thing someone has said to you that made you feel good?
Taladad comments on May 30, 2018:
"I love you Grandpa T."
Do you find it offensive when theist think without a belief in god/gods, it’s impossible to have ...
Taladad comments on May 30, 2018:
No, I expect ignorant statements like that from them. I'd be happy to point out the error of their ways if it's necessary, otherwise I just ignore them.
Ok, be sensitive because I am talking about someone I love very much. My mother is dying and I am ...
Taladad comments on May 30, 2018:
I think I see atheism a little differently than you do, Livia. Atheism makes no claims, one way or another about a god or death. It is not a belief system, it is a lack of a system. We do not claim there is no god, we just do not believe it. We do not claim there is no afterlife, but we do not claim there is one either. That's the beauty and freedom of atheism. I don't think the death of an atheist's family member is any harder than for any believers. We base our lives and beliefs on reality, and not what we want to happen, and we accept what happens because we know it's the rational thing to do and we cannot change it. We certainly don't know where our loved one is going, or if any part of that person lives on after their physical death. In the past few years, I've lost both my parents and a brother who was incredibly close to me. My brother and dad were atheists, my mom was a Christian. I was closest to my mom and brother, but there was no difference in accepting their deaths. Death is an absolutely unavoidable part of life, and there's nothing we can do to change that. Allow yourself the time to go through a grieving process, but do process it and allow yourself to let it take it's rightful place in your personal history. You may also benefit from reading about what you're going through as well. I could recommend a book if you're interested. I wish you all the best as you go through this difficult time.
Also, although I've had drinks, eaten a couple good meals and dealt with a moderate amount of ...
Taladad comments on May 30, 2018:
Good for you, Pepper, that's awesome! Cigarettes are bad, bad, bad news.
I have always wondered why this happens. I’ve worked as a behavioral health professional for the ...
Taladad comments on May 29, 2018:
I would tell you to come up with some other way to describe what you do, so they don't understand it right off the bat. Like, a trash collector could be called a sanitation engineer. I'm sure you can come up with something.
Share your scariest story.
Taladad comments on May 29, 2018:
My best friend Rick and I had borrowed two brand new snowmobiles from our friend Tom, to go explore the back country of Colorado, on a cold weekend in January. We towed the snowmobiles with a truck that had a camper on the back. We stopped on top of Rabbit Ears Pass to spend the night. Temperatures on top of the pass were sub zero that night, and only expected to get into the single digits the next day as we set out on our adventure. The day of our trip up there, Rabbit Ears Pass got an additional 24" of new snow. What we did not realize, was that we had the wrong kind of machines for this kind of snow. The machines we had were like luxury models, heavy and wide, and not meant to handle this kind of snow. They were mostly meant for well established trails. For this kind of snow, we needed light weight machines, with narrow tracks. On top of that, each of us only had a minimal amount of trail riding snowmobile experience. As most guys would, we made sure we had plenty of beer packed on the machines for the day. Because of all the fresh snow the day before, everything was deep powder, with no visible trails. So we decided to make our own. We were somewhere around 2-3 miles back in the woods when we ran into serious trouble. We were stuck in a ravine that we could not get out of. I tried powering one of the machines up one side of the ravine, but could not get to the top. I would turn the machine back down hill, and try to get up the other side. The machine just could not cut through this deep snow to get out of the ravine. The more I tried, the narrower and steeper the ravine got. During these attempts, I was also getting completely covered in snow, including my goggles. When the machine finally ground to a halt, I got off, and took my goggles off to see where I was. I was at the base of a very steep hill that was covered with massive amounts of very deep snow, with my snowmobile hopelessly buried, and cutting into the base of the hill. It was an avalanche waiting to happen, and I was right at the bottom of it, next to a creek. I started walking out as quickly as I could. Rick had followed me in on his machine in an attempt to rescue me, but his machine got stuck as well. By this time, it was mid afternoon and the sun doesn't stay up for long at almost 10,000 feet of elevation in the Rocky Mountains. We were absolutely freezing, but we had to make our way out of that ravine and back to the truck. Unfortunately, the snow was deeper than we were tall, we could not walk on it, and we had to crawl over the top, occasionally sinking in up to our waists. It took every ounce of energy to go just a few feet, and we had about 3 miles to go on this stuff. My friend Rick is an avid outdoorsman, hunter, survivalist ...
Wheeler Lake, AL
Taladad comments on May 29, 2018:
It looks pretty, but I've been in that part of the country, and I'm sure somewhere in this picture are snakes, and more mosquitoes then you would care to encounter. Plus I'm sure the humidity is absolutely unbearable.
The ignorance of this man never ceases to amaze me.
Taladad comments on May 29, 2018:
Trump is a spoiled, narcissistic, self serving brat who never thinks of anyone but himself.
We are what we eat. What's your motto?
Taladad comments on May 29, 2018:
Eat raw.
Describe yourself in one word. Mine would be "fun".
Taladad comments on May 29, 2018:
Honorable
Would you date a woman that had sex on the first date?
Taladad comments on May 28, 2018:
First, I'd be interested to know what the male/ demographics are for answering "Yes" above. I answered "Other", meaning I think it really depends on many circumstances...You're both adults...Maybe neither of you has had any intimacy in a long time...maybe there's intense chemistry, attraction, warmth, sexual energy between the two of you, you both feel safe, you both want the same thing...why not?
Have you ever caught your parents having sex?
Taladad comments on May 28, 2018:
No, I think when my parents conceived me that was the last time they had sex! ;-)
So what’s the point? The responses I received to my fearing and dreading death seem to boil down ...
Taladad comments on May 28, 2018:
The point is, there is no point. If there were a point, that would also indicate there is a benevolent (or malevolent for that matter) creator who has a plans for all of this and us. I don't believe this to be true. And so, there is no point. I think it's just up to all of us to make the best of the time we have here, enjoy this life as much as we can, do as much good and as little harm as we can, and bring as much happiness as we can into the lives of others.
Another question that has always confounded me about the Christian faith. Christians use the ...
Taladad comments on May 28, 2018:
It's all just a copy cat religion based on an oxymoron anyway, so it really makes no difference. Maybe if he drowned in a tub they'd be wearing soap on a rope??
Dating Experiences on Agnostic.com Poll
Taladad comments on May 28, 2018:
I joined for the open minded discussions...didn't know it was any kind of a dating site, but I am definitely open to meeting someone.
Do you split the bill when you go on a date?
Taladad comments on May 28, 2018:
Only if she insists on it.
What kind of reasoning might cause a person to believe in contradictions? There are six ways to ...
Taladad comments on May 28, 2018:
I think some people choose to be followers because it's comfortable for them, and because they cannot overcome their childhood indoctrinations. They are incapable of logically questioning religious nonsense.
I have been meaning ask a question to all of you, but I am really busy reading and responding as ...
Taladad comments on May 28, 2018:
A 1967 Rebel convertible with a 343ci V8, and a 4 speed manual transmission on the floor. I drove it through high school.
I have boycotted Medical Marijuana...400 bucks an ounce here...seeds are 9-25 bucks PER SEED! What ...
Taladad comments on May 27, 2018:
We are in our 5th year of legalization in Colorado, the prices are very reasonable, the quality is second to none, and the variety of cannabis products available, both for smoking and eating, is extremely impressive.
What about life motivates you? What keeps you moving forward every day? What do you feel your ...
Taladad comments on May 27, 2018:
Necessity and reality keeps me moving forward every day. I don't think that any of us has a specific "purpose" in life.
Where or when are you the most happy?
Taladad comments on May 27, 2018:
I think that depends on whether you're talking about a lifestyle situation, or something much more temporary. For a lifestyle, I'm most happy when I'm in a loving relationship. For something more temporary, I'm most happy when I'm watching a movie that I'm very interested in and entertained, or when I'm taking a nice drive through the mountains of Colorado with the top down.
What do you usually listen to in the car?
Taladad comments on May 27, 2018:
I'm a button pusher. If there's something interesting on NPR, I'll listen to that. If not, I'm listening to music.
Deal Breakers
Taladad comments on May 27, 2018:
I think it really depends on what meets the needs of the people involved. With people in my age group, we are free to define a relationship as to how it meets our needs. Even though there may be a distance between you, it's still worth exploring and meeting at some point in time. One of my closest friends lives here in Colorado, he's retired, and his girlfriend lives in Austin, TX. Several times a year one of them will spend 3-4 weeks at the other's house, avoiding the hot summers in TX of course. It works for them.
Do you remember?
Taladad comments on May 27, 2018:
I think there is worse pain. Like the death of a child or a sibling. If you get cheated on, it just means that person wasn't who you thought they were, and the relationship wasn't what you thought it was. Time to regroup, process it, put it behind you and move on.
So what is your most hated song of alltime? The one that you have heard so many times that you just ...
Taladad comments on May 26, 2018:
I'm with you on Free Bird, but the most annoying song for me personally is The Lion Sleeps Tonight. +o(
What are your thoughts on suicide?
Taladad comments on May 26, 2018:
I think it should be a cheap and legal option for the terminally ill.
I have a question for the guys and gals opinions welcome as well. Some time ago on one of the dating...
Taladad comments on May 26, 2018:
I don't know, but if that scared him off, he probably wasn't worth it to begin with. Personally, I prefer shorter hair on women.
Somewhere near my house there's a seagull with intestinal disturbance! ?
Taladad comments on May 26, 2018:
Stay inside! :-D
I've been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease and am in the very beginning stage called MCI - Mild ...
Taladad comments on May 26, 2018:
I'm sorry to hear about your diagnosis, but that doesn't mean you're just along for the ride and can't be proactive. You should check out this series of interviews with alzheimer's experts, http://event.awakeningfromalzheimers.com/essential/ and in particular, these two exceptional books from this series: The ANTI-Alzheimer's Prescription by Vincent Fortanasce and The Coconut Oil & Low-Carb Solution for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and Other Diseases by Mary T. Newport Mary is a doctor who successfully treated her husband's Alzheimer's Be positive, be proactive...all the best to you.
Just because you don't believe in God or in a higher being. Doesn't mean we don't have morals or ...
Taladad comments on May 26, 2018:
I don't see the connection between belief in a god, having morals, and wanting to have sex. You're not part of the Incel movement, are you? Unfortunately, celibacy is not always a choice, it is sometimes forced upon us through situations beyond our control. Is yours by choice? If so, I think once you experience mind altering sex with an uninhibited partner, you'll change your mind.
"Say Yes To The Dress" makes me laugh. Women spending sometimes tens of thousands of dollars for the...
Taladad comments on May 26, 2018:
The whole thing has become as commercialized as Christmas.
I believe a quality and successful long-term romantic relationship is built upon a strong foundation...
Taladad comments on May 26, 2018:
I agree to a point. I think there also needs to be some chemistry, attraction and sexual excitement. Otherwise, it could end up being a platonic, sexless relationship, where you're great friends, but there's no romance or sexual energy. No thank you.
Peter Doran | Every Little Thing [youtube.com]
Taladad comments on May 26, 2018:
Interesting song and setting. Thanks for sharing!
I would strongly recommend my fellow Americans to take a glance at this site- [usflag.org]
Taladad comments on May 26, 2018:
Anything in particular on this site you're trying to convey??
Whether you're agnostic or not, what are your thoughts on reincarnation?
Taladad comments on May 25, 2018:
In the words of Carl Sagan, "In the absence of compelling evidence, I keep an open mind." This is how I feel. Anything is possible, and I will not pretend to know something that I could not possibly know, one way or another. I have two book recommendations for you to open your mind to any possibilities: "Many Lives, Many Masters" by Brian Weiss and "Children Who Have Lived Before" by Trutz Hardo Ponder and enjoy.
What is more important to you as an individual and society as a whole: being politically correct ...
Taladad comments on May 25, 2018:
Those two choices are not congruent. One is open to interpretation, one is not.
Good afternoon everybody. How's the weather in your neck of the woods? Today here in southern Oregon...
Taladad comments on May 25, 2018:
Mid 80s, sunny and dry in Colorado.
Magnet Collision in Slow Motion like Iron Man Nanobot suit up - YouTube
Taladad comments on May 25, 2018:
Very cool.
What Do You Need From A Partner?
Taladad comments on May 25, 2018:
I need someone who wants to be with me as much as I want to be with her…honest communication, integrity, loyalty, great sense of humor, minimum drama, shares my views on politics and religion, someone who takes good care of herself physically and mentally, and enjoys physical intimacy just as much as I do.
You cannot have a void. The lack of a belief is a void, and seeks to be filled. Therefore, this ...
Taladad comments on May 25, 2018:
Your basic premise is incorrect. A lack of belief does not create a void.
Something is going on with this site I cannot make it fit on my phone to where I can read anything. ...
Taladad comments on May 25, 2018:
I'm having the same problem.
What is or was your musical guilty pleasure?
Taladad comments on May 25, 2018:
MacArthur's Park by Richard Harris. It had a lot of special name for me at the time.
George Carlin was a great man!
Taladad comments on May 24, 2018:
One of my all time favorites, for a very long time. I still enjoy him on you tube. I really mis his wit and wisdom.

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With my two oldest grandsons.
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The Milky Way as seen from the North Atlantic Ocean.
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With my awesome fun-loving family.
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This is Mount Princeton that is visible from my deck where I live in Buena Vista Colorado
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Niagara Falls, close to where I grew up and one of my favorite places on the planet.
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This is Red Rocks Amphitheater, several times named the best place on the planet to watch an outdoor concert. Located in Morrison, Colorado.
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This is me at Skip Barber's professional race driving school in CA. I won a national contest when I worked for Lexus. This was the prize, and loads of fun.
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With my sweet granddaughter, Rachel.
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This is my fun car for taking nice drives through the mountains and canyons in the beautiful Colorado weather. With the top down, of course.
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Took my two oldest grandsons go kart racing.
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Watkins Glen, NY, another of my favorite old spots close to where I grew up.
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With my granddaughter Ariel.
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This is the view of Mount Princeton from my deck. It's a little over 14,000 ft in elevation and rises 6,000 feet above the surrounding area. It's part of the Continental Divide.
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With my granddaughter Rachel.
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This is Cottonwood pass, just a short drive from my new home.
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Independence Pass Colorado, not far from home.
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