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Some crazy genres here!
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 14, 2018:
The way we categorize music comes less from musicology and more from marketing ...
What's the value of a course?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 14, 2018:
Agree with the other comments so far. It really depends on how you seek to use your knowledge. In the professional world, typically the degree from accredited institutions has the most credibility, especially in a competitive hiring process or in bureaucracies. Otherwise, knowledge -even wisdom - can be found in many, often surprising places, as can some really great teachers. In some professions, a degree is not as valuable as a good track record of having the skills to apply your knowledge. In the US, sadly, many formerly fine universities have become glorified trade schools. For some of us, however, knowledge is about more than monetization. Two of the most educated people I know are self-educated.
I put some cheese back at the store the other day because I noticed it said non-GMO; went back to ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
At restaurants and banquets, I always ask for gluten-enhanced meals.
Don't be Nosferatu. Be Yesferatu.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
Of course you know that this post, and the following comments, were predicted centuries ago. By Yestradamus.
What’s this and can I destroy it?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
Anything and anyone can be destroyed. The real question is: “Is it edible?”
I am dead.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
Sounds a lot like what depression is like for me. I’ve learned to manage it, but it takes a lot of effort. Sometimes, I feel it coming on, so prepare for it and take a step back. When it does come, I just go with it, knowing that it always passes and that I'll be OK on the other end.
I've just created a new group for people who've been blocked by other people or groups and wish to ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
I’m tempted to ask you to block me just so I can join ...
I often wonder if those who believe in a higher power were to suddenly lose that belief, not from ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
Such mayhem sounds like fun, but involves a lot of work. I fell back on decency from sheer laziness.
What if you are wrong and there IS a god
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
Then that god had better begin to worry, because I’ll be pissed.
Feeling like a prize dickhead right now
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
As a mediocre dickhead myself, I look up to you and acknowledge your achievement.
Stand up! Get some balls! Fight for what our fallen heroes died for!
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
What “fallen heroes?” Achilles? Lincoln? Trotsky?
The dating pool in my neck of the woods.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
Upon much reflection: 1) Maybe we are “blaming the victim” here. Maybe those little vixens invited him into their Fairy Tire Pond and offered him beer to some dastardly end. Or, 2) Perhaps homeboy is a genius entrepreneur who has discovered a strategy that spells doom to all dating sites everywhere.
Don't be Nosferatu. Be Yesferatu.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
Time to sharpen my stakes. The thought of an optimistic, cheery vampire is truly horrifying. Would s/he, after sucking my blood, leave saying “Have a nice night!”
The dating pool in my neck of the woods.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
Inconsiderate, at the least. A real gentleman would have provided tiny beers for each of his “guests.”
This is a tough question.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
He seems to have been unsuccessful at most of the things he tried. Have you ever read anywhere about what a great carpenter he was? Some god.
The right path
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 13, 2018:
On the go with your cubs? Don’t forget to bring a light snack!
How many of you have done voluntary community work?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 12, 2018:
Have done lots, and still do. Beyond the sheer satisfaction, volunteering has more than once led to both job opportunities and some good friendships - even relationships.
Where is the best place to go when you want to be alone?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 12, 2018:
I like the desert or more remote areas in the mountains to get away from other people for a while. Not the same as being “alone,” however. One is never alone Out There, and the company is often better.
Is there life after divorce?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 12, 2018:
YES, if, as in my case, you were in a dysfunctional marriage. Not to say there weren’t good aspects, some of which I miss. BUT, the negative eventually outweighed the positive, and I probably stayed in the marriage for a few years longer than was healthy for me (sometimes I do the wrong things for all the right reasons). Now, I can appreciate the freedom from being so close to a person who is very judgemental of others, has no boundaries, but has all the solutions to everyone else's predicaments. After the divorce, my horizons opened up again! Life goes on, regardless ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 12, 2018:
Next time, Donald, don’t let them in! When they show up on your doorstep, asking you about Jesus, Jehovah, democracy or whatever, just take the pamphlet and say you’ll read it later. And go back to your tweeting and a nice glass of milk.
Here comes Hipster clause ?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 12, 2018:
Be careful! If he likes your house, he may try to move in and stay rent-free until forceably ejected. He’s basically unemployed eleven months out of the year.
I have to admit, I like putting on Americans.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2018:
Although I was born in the US, my parents were Eastern European refugees and, in my early years, I was brought up in a very Old World way. It was only in American schools that my assimilation took place ... incompletely. So, I’m conflicted. Part of me says “Stop picking on us, you belligerent Canadian bullies!” While the other half totally understands, approves, and questions if it’s sporting because it’s just way too easy to do. (BTW: “Bare arms” — wonderful!)
Can Somebody Hold Nancy Pelosi's Beer While She Dick-Punches Trump Some More? - Wonkette
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2018:
It would be my honor. (I’m not even a big Pelosi fan. I’m just a big fan of anyone willing and able to D-P that abomination.)
Dating is harder after 50. Here's why.... []
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2018:
I haven’t shared in the author’s experiences, and so don’t share her conclusions. Personally, I find dating easier and less pressured now that I’m an elder. Firstly, the imperative to breed is gone. Secondly, because I have experienced and observed so many different types of friendships, “relationships,” and diverse human interactions over the years, I no longer think of an ideal or perfect type of connection to another person. That doesn’t mean I don’t have preferences and/or standards. But I feel that there are lots of ways it can look, and many more possibilities to explore.
As a non believer do you still enjoy movies/shows that derive story from religion?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2018:
I like a good, scary ghost story, despite not “believing” in ghosts! Mythology and folk culture consist of a lot of metaphor and dramatic device, and I suspect the biggest mistake is to take it literally.
If your kid was gay. Yes or no and why?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2018:
Either way, they’d still have to do their chores.
I saw a study a few years ago out of Boston University and Bringham Young University about ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2018:
I’ve read this and similar studies and it seems to me that what can be truly destructive is social isolation, of which lonliness can be a result. We are deeply social creatures, and have been so since before we became modern humans. We use each other as reference points and reality checks, and without that sort of contact and feedback, our judgement suffers and perspective narrows. Our greatest achievements have been collaborative (science, for instance). Downside can be groupthink, peer pressure and social dysfunctions, but I’ll risk those and would rather deal with them as opposed to missing all the intellectual, material and emotional possibilities my fellow human beings can offer.
Is anyone there?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2018:
Only here because the Russians pay me to sow discord. Super easy job.
Am I wrong to have my guard up over this?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
I think you can definitely do without such small-minded people in your life!
I smell the blood of a stupid pun...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
What do you call a midget psychic who’s on the run? A small medium at large.
Well, that escalated quickly.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
Happiness is a warm gun ...
How do y’all respond when you mention a situation you’re going through and someone responds with...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
I focus on their intent, which is usually good. I also get a lot of “Have a blessed day.” They are wishing me well, and I appreciate that. Not the time to make some philosophical point.
Short-Term Dispensible Staff Wanted at the White House - Thousands of Positions Available.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
Just hire character actors. Give them a script and a role, let them improvise, and see if it works. If not, kill off the character and hand the actor a new script with a new role to play. Will save us a ton of money, and a lot of people could use the work.
Question 33.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
That the gold is buried 100 paces due south of Skull Rock in Joshua Tree National Park.
What is your favorite non-English song?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
"Chaiya Chaiya," sung in Urdu, from the Bollywood classic "Dil Se." Catchy song, cool lyrics (based on Sufi poetry), and an amazing dance sequence performed atop a moving train ...
How are your investments doing. I'm way down.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
Land doing well; stocks on the roller coaster, now headed down. Not panicking, however: my portfolio is conservative, and I think long-term. If all else fails, I can always fall back on piracy.
Harm Caused By Religion. What Do You Agree/Disagree With?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
OK: I could quibble about generalizations about all religions based on bad behavior on the part of the so-called "world religions," especially the Abrahamic ones, but this is a good conversation-starter and challenge to the assumption by many believers that religion is always a beneficial thing.
I was attending a family shindig / dinner gathering when one of my family members had the bright ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
I’m an ordained minister and an atheist, and have found plenty of ways to say and do things that most people assume HAVE to be religious in a humanistic/non-theistic way.
Atheists, what is the one main thing that keeps you from believing in God?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
Makes no sense in the world I see around me.
Could an atheist be a valid witness in a court trial?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
I haven’t testified in court in years, but have and do serve in positions of “public trust” that require an “oath of office” in California and on a US federal level. I’ve always been given the option of affirmation, but my colleagues who choose to swear, still aren’t asked to reference the bible or any religious belief. (Full disclosure: I used to swear a lot when I was a sailor.)
The NYT magazine asserts that atheism is just another religion: []
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 10, 2018:
Terrible article! Misdefines “religion” to make his point; totally misunderstands atheism.
Question 32: What, if anything, is too serious to be joked about?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 9, 2018:
Mark Twain, an atheist, once wrote that, if there WAS a heaven, there would be no humor there because humor is our way of dealing with the tragedies of life. In that spirit, maybe its precisely the most awful stuff that we have a need to laugh at.
NRA Claims 'Deep Financial Trouble' May Put it Out of Business | Fortune
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 9, 2018:
They'd be fine if they stopped all the lobbying efforts and campaign contributions, and went back to offering gun safety classes.
Do you enjoy a good gossip?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 9, 2018:
Gossip is potentially useful information that is socially discouraged, or discouraged by authorities, because of its subversive and uncontrolled nature. Historian Yuval Noah Harari wrote that the need for good gossip among early humans played a big role in the development of speech. Therefore, I honor our ancestors by gossiping, and often.
My neighborhood church will always be my favorite.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 9, 2018:
Sounds an awful lot like the Unitarian/Universalist crowd, which I am rather fond of. Many of them are technically atheists, but seem to take comfort in some of the outward forms and ritual of their more believing past.
How would you explain Easter without referreing it to as the ressurection of Christ?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 9, 2018:
Just another celebration of Spring in the northern hemisphere. Many traditional cultures celebrate their New Year around this time.
The Sons Of Trump..
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 9, 2018:
The revival of SNL is Trump’s greatest acheivement ...
Is it time to reevaluate behaviours, for all of us?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 7, 2018:
Times change, and we must change with them or, at least, adapt. Shouldn’t we always be reevaluating ouselves and our behaviors?
Okay, so how many of you heathens are a fan of the infamous poem On the Nature of Things, by ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 6, 2018:
Big fan of Lucretius. Wasn’t it also he who wrote that christianity is fit only for “slaves and children?”
I googled atheist meetings and found this website.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 6, 2018:
Perfectly understandable. Folks who think as we do often feel like a beleaguered minority, on top of good old fashioned social alienation. Mostly cool people here: Welcome!
Nap date anyone??
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 6, 2018:
Not sure if I can handle the excitement.
Ooooo ooooo ooooo Points are back!
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 6, 2018:
Life has meaning again!
The difference between religion and cults is tax exemption. Agree or disagree?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 6, 2018:
A gross oversimplification. It has to to with leadership and power differentails as structured by the group. There are cults that are now several generations old (I’d include the Unification Church and Scientology), and cults that are not “religious” in nature (some “self-help,” new age, and even political groups).
If this is a 'possum I'll be a bobtailed raccoon.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 5, 2018:
That’s a wallbomberbatatee. Don’t let the cute looks fool you. In Nam, I saw them wipe out whole villages, suckerpunching hapless residents with those tiny fists. I still have nightmares.
Your thoughts on Aliens:
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 4, 2018:
If they exist, they’ll have to get in line and apply for citizenship just like everybody else.
I am not having a good day today. Everything that can go wrong is going wrong. :-( Just venting.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 4, 2018:
Venting is good! Sometimes it just seems like it can only pour during a rainstorm, I know. Persevere: Your AgCom community is rooting for you!
The only thing worse than women posting kissy faces in their dating profile is when guys do it.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 3, 2018:
Jeez. Now I have to go back to my profile and reevaluate my pics. Agnostic insecurity.
Can I post Photos of old Onion articles? Or is that illegal because of copyright?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 3, 2018:
No problem since you show clearly that it is The Onion. If you give credit to any other vegetable, however, you could go to jail.
Fill in the blank.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 3, 2018:
Are you pro "choice" or pro "life"?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 3, 2018:
A lot of my political work centers on the concept of rights. I think choice is fundamental in any democratic society.
41 is dead.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 3, 2018:
So many Americans are grasping at metaphorical straws, basically saying, “Better than Trump!” The bar is set pretty low here.
Scary thought: What if the Hokey-Pokey really is what it's all about?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 3, 2018:
No problem! More benign than many other explanations. (Except maybe “42” ...).
What Would You Tell Your 18-Year-Old Self?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 3, 2018:
Document everything, but also invest in a shredder.
Why does this keep happening?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 3, 2018:
I didn’t think points could go down once you’ve bagged them: That sucks! I HAVE noticed the system (admins) having slowed down in adding points after posts and such recently, sometimes by a day. Is someone asleep at the switch? Time for a peasant revolt?
Christian Martyr or “American Dickhead”?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 3, 2018:
I’ve started keeping arrows by my front door. Be prepared.
Do you use any form of the word Jesus Christ when/if you swear?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 3, 2018:
Oddly enough, I combine the names of the alleged deity and the recently deceased former US president: “Jesus Herbert Walker Christ!”
I'm 100 points away from Level 5! What should I expect?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
We have cookies.
Stupid question, .
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
The christians would win, by sheer numbers, but what does that mean? They have three gods, but just won't admit it. So, which one: The Old Guy, the mediocre carpenter, or that cool bird that always hangs around? I kinda like the bird ...
How are you supposed to date when everyone you go out with thinks that they are the only one you're ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
I'm sorry, but leaving obvious stuff like this unsaid is just asking for misunderstandings. Be up front!
I'm always baffled by Christians who think just because we don't believe in God that we must worship...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
I just want you all to know, regardless of what you say and do, Satan loves you and has a plan for your life. A fairly sinister plan, at that.
It is always the ones with fuzzy toes...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
Oh jeez! Before I opened your post, I assumed you were referring to Hobbits.
I am leaving for Switzerland in June.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
Make time for wandering. Some of my most enduring and endearing travel memories are of pleasant surprises, unexpected discoveries, and chance meetings!
Books Better the 2nd Time?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
Maybe not better, but perhaps your perspective has changed as you’ve grown and experienced different things. I think all good art - written, visual, performed, etc. - let’s us see and feel new things, reveal new details, esch time we visit.
It's funny, you work so hard, you do everything you can to get away from a place, and when you ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
Maybe the comfort of “the devil you know,” as opposed to nervousness over uncertainty. Moving on, even if it’s to improve your life, is still a calculated risk.
Earthquakes Signal the End Times Earthquakes are one of the alleged signs of the End Times ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
It’s the end of the world as we know it. And I feel fine.
I don't hold many grudges anymore. I can't, my memory is shit these days!
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
Try those little Japanese sodoku puzzles. They really help with memory, because as we age, deeply held grudges become precious, and a well-executed plan of vengeance is very empowering.
I like to think of myself as a good person. I'm not but, I like to think of myself that way.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
By whose standards? Your own, others’ or what you suspect others think? (BTW: I grew up in a neighborhood in which “bad” could mean good, if not admirable or worthy of respect. I achieved “badness” around high school age, and have aspired to “badassedness” ever since. It’s like Level 7 on this site.)
Now do you understand?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
I understand so much now that I have learned to look deep within myself. No, seriously: they forgot to anesthesize me before my recent heart surgery ... ❤️
Feeling a little teary-eyed about a blanket I just finished crocheting.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
Wow! Beautiful work; wonderful gesture!
Ruin a date in four words or less. Over to you...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 2, 2018:
I forgot my wallet.
What freedoms do you value the most?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 1, 2018:
Freedom of movement. Boundaries, borders, walls and fences of all types are constantly being put up by governments, land “owners” and others.
Dealing with religious people at work
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 1, 2018:
I might listen, but try not to join in. If it gets too in-the-face, I just make clear that I’m not part of their group, using “I” statements, but not necessarily labeling myself.
Christmas is
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 1, 2018:
“ ... Carnage!” ?
Does anybody else catch their dog dreaming?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 1, 2018:
Seen cats do it. Little twitches, especially the paws, and making noises. One cat I had made a specific noise it only made when hunting birds.
What's next?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 1, 2018:
I suspect that a whole lot of fascinating things and events are coming next! I just won’t be any part of them.
I just realized that sometimes I can be a little condescending (that means I talk down to people).
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 1, 2018:
Wait! I thought that when I pulled a beer out of the fridge, only to find drops of water on the surface of the can later, that it was being condescending.
Have you ever yelled at an inanimate object out of frustration?
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 30, 2018:
Sadly, yes, and so have made a lot of inanimate enemies. Now, I go through life always looking over my shoulder ...
Which path do you prefer?
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 30, 2018:
I find the idea of death itself very comforting. It's like getting to stay in a luxury hotel, running up extravagant room service and other charges, trashing your room, and then sneaking out before you have to pay the bill. Of course, timing is everything ...
Heres a little riddle.
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 30, 2018:
I would have been up already, with a pot of fresh coffee brewed, and a bowl of fresh fruit already cut up to snack on, so I'd offer the eggs and toast option, and get right to the conversation.
It would probably be a good idea for trump to check out Hitler's bunker while he's in Argentina.
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 30, 2018:
Hitler’s bunker was in Europe, of course. In Argentina, he had a nice, ranch-style, three-bedroom house. Lots of room for Eva and the kids.
Is there an afterlife? of any sort
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 30, 2018:
Only in the memories of those whose lives you have touched, for good or ill.
Do you think that those Hindus and monks and alike who is capable of floating in the air is the ...
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 30, 2018:
Totally explainable, more by mechanics than science. Most decent magicians can figure it out, if not replicate such tricks, and have been doing that at least since the days of Harry Houdini. James Randi, in our own time, has specialized in debunking this stuff. The tricks themselves are pretty cool; it’s the way they are often used to deceive and exploit people that is offensive.
Arizona Man Accidentally Shoots Himself in Groin in Walmart
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 29, 2018:
Why are so many of them to be found at Walmart?
What do you know so well and enjoy so much that you never accept less than the best?
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 29, 2018:
The English language.
Is humanity doomed
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 29, 2018:
Don’t believe in “doomed,” but I also don’t think we are smart or determined enough to avoid self-destruction. Too lazy, too comfortable with business as usual. I would love to be pleasantly surprised on this count.
They're flying the Baby Trump balloon in Buenos Aires! LOL.
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 29, 2018:
Nixon was fairly despised around the world, Even as a kid, I learned to avoid saying I was an American, because I would be asked all these QUESTIONS— as if people expected a 12-year-old to justify his country’s foreign policy ...
As an adult how can you develop a sense of belonging?
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 29, 2018:
The world is my “homeland.” I’ve moved around a lot. I just start doing the things I enjoy, and soon usually meet others who like the same stuff. This leads to that and ... boom! You connect. This typically works for me, and I’m an INTROVERT!
It amazes me how much my respect for someone diminishes once they mention god.
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 29, 2018:
Yep! Especially if it’s someone I saw as being pretty smart. I think to myself: “C’mon! You really can’t see through this?”
Progressive Pastor Molding a Golden Vagina From Old Purity Rings <12 min.
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 29, 2018:
Didn't the ancient Israelites make and worship a Golden Vagina after they fled Egypt? (In most versions of the bible, they call it a "calf," but that's just a euphemism).
Bryan Fischer: Dinosaurs Went Extinct Because Plants Died Out After Noah’s Flood | Hemant Mehta | ...
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 29, 2018:
What about the aquatic dinosaurs that lived in the ocean?


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