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Why were chainsaws invented? The horrifying reason in the link below 😨😨 []
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 29, 2021:
I had open heart surgery about ten years ago. Chatting with the cardiologist afterwards, I had some questions, especially about the procedure and the healing process. I already knew that they had to saw open my sternum to get at, and remove, the heart. How did they close it up later, I wondered? Staples and glue. Next time, I’m skipping the hospital and going straight to Home Depot.
IS Paranoia the new reality, infecting many in every country?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 29, 2021:
Except for the guy with the guns, it looks a lot like the world I comfortably grew up in.
Police: South Park man submitted mail-in ballot under his deceased wife’s name
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 29, 2021:
“South Park man?” Betcha it was Cartman.
Lets all welcome our newest member @The-Krzyz
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 28, 2021:
Why, thank you; glad to be aboard! Don’t know why it took me so long to join, given that I’m a confirmed coffee fanatic ...
“It’s now very common to hear people say, ‘I’m rather offended by that’.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 28, 2021:
Claiming offense is usually a weak attempt to discredit or curtail ideas that the “offended” ones don’t want to hear, or can’t effectively argue against. “Safe spaces” are parking lots for complacency.
Satanists Are Suing the City of Boston for Rejecting Their Invocation Requests | Hemant Mehta | ...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 28, 2021:
I’m surprised that more people on this site don’t know that the Satanic Temple is a secular-humanist organization dedicated to legally challenging the predominantly christian privilege in the U.S. They don’t actually “worship” Satan, but chose him as a symbol of resistance to blind obedience to authority, in the tradition of Blake and Twain. Their legal strategy complements that of the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), with an added dash of dark humor. And they love posting memes featuring the lovable antics of baby goats ... 🐐
“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it ...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 28, 2021:
Counter quote: “Stop whining, John, and help me build this fire!” — Jack London
49% of Protestant Pastors Have Heard Conspiracy Theories in Their Church | Beth Stoneburner | ...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 27, 2021:
You mean that story going around that a mentally unstable, occasionally violent, unsuccessful carpenter/petty criminal was really a god in disguise who was plotted against by nefarious evildoers among the leadership of his own people as well as the legal authorities?
Look at you go!! Some of you are building multiple things a day!
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 26, 2021:
I should probably add this skill to my resume’ ...
Performance Management - Noun.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 26, 2021:
No joke: I actually survived a couple of workplaces in which this happened! I managed to get real work done, and some good work, but can only wonder how much more could have been done without those useless talkfests. Now, when I run meetings, I try to make sure they are useful, efficient and to-the-point.
Breaking Bad (2008-2013)
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 26, 2021:
I rarely get hooked by TV shows (Twin Peaks, Northern Exposure, Lost ...), but Breaking Bad totally enthralled me. Cranston was brilliant!
For @Marionville For the love of Tuesdays.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 26, 2021:
I got this album for Christmas 1968 when I was 12 years old. I also was reading “The Hobbit” for the first time. Since then, the music, that story, and the season have been inextricably linked in my mind. I still have the album!
My mother says I'm going to hell.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 25, 2021:
Make sure to register when you get here so we can get you your gift basket. Plus, you can get a free breakfast for attending a brief presentation about Hell Ownership Opportunities.
Can't have that "sin cave" robbed of those nasty pleasures or can we.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 25, 2021:
New sport: Sin Cave Spelunking ...
Lloyd Bridges with this son in 1951
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 25, 2021:
Looks like he picked the wrong day to give up sniffing glue ...
Mother Earth is one very, yummy mummy. :)
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 25, 2021:
She’s lost a few pounds.
What's Up guys?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 25, 2021:
No. Once I make a decision, I tend to accept the consequences and move forward.
Former President of the Philippines.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 25, 2021:
Poor Cory, swimming against the tide. Which made her bravery even more remarkable.
These Cleverly-Designed Billboards Would Preach the Bible Right Back at Christians | Hemant Mehta | ...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 25, 2021:
If my childhood catechism classes had stressed the hateful, cannibal-zombie Jesus, I might have stayed in the church longer.
Been watching the Smerconish show this morning, and the survey question is whether attendees of 45's...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 23, 2021:
Ironic to hear so many self-described “liberals” calling for such consequences, even when inflicted by the bosses and corporate entities. I remember when the shoe was on the other foot and you could be fired for protesting U.S. involvement in Vietnam or calling for President Nixon’s impeachment. Should one lose one’s right to work if an employer disagrees with participation in a BLM rally? School boards may be public entities, but they are infamous for overreacting to popular prejudices, often targeting LGBTQ folks and ... atheists.
For those genuinely into CT this is a useful site that helps sort the nonsense from the facts, be ...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 23, 2021:
This is a great resource, thank you! I’ll be giving a seminar on CT in May and will definitely share this site with my students.
Ignore the people who have idiotic thoughts🖤🌠🖤
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 23, 2021:
I can’t afford to. I live in the U.S., where there are millions of them, and they are angry and heavily armed.
Angry Christian Mom Condemns “Graphic and Offensive” Cadbury Creme Egg Ad | Hemant Mehta | ...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 22, 2021:
What about that miracle performed by Jesus when he fed a thousand people with a single creme-filled egg? 🐰🥚
January 21st 1950.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 21, 2021:
Perfect quote for an editor like me!
I'm : B 1 C How about you?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 20, 2021:
C 5 D!
Something a little different.. curious minds want to know.. anyone hear of a Screwball or a Tweety?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 19, 2021:
Loved those creamsicles as a kid!
That 2nd dose ain't no joke.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 19, 2021:
Yikes! My county just opened up the process for my group, so I’m signing up. I also usually do well with vaccines, but I’ll brace myself, just in case, especially for that #2 shot.
Happy Monday Everyone. Is anyone here interested in taking over this group?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 18, 2021:
Oh, no! ☹️
Isn't that the truth!
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 17, 2021:
I think that, for most people, their religion is just part of the culture that they inherit from their families and the communities in which they live, and they go along on “auto-pilot” until something makes them question it.
Happy Saturday Y'all! What's a catchy song that has terrible lyrics?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 17, 2021:
Hard to choose, as that describes a lot of pop music ... 🎶😮🎵
36 Questions: Happy Friday! I'm feeling sentimental.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 16, 2021:
Not “little,” but definitely “special:” Some years back, a woman I was dating joined family members to treat me to a birthday dinner at my favorite Indian restaurant. About 15 minutes in, a stranger suddenly joined us — she had hired a magician, who proceeded to amaze and amuse us with an intimate magic show that lasted about an hour! Best birthday present ever!
Dave Daubenmire: Meghan Markle “Poisoned” the Royal Family By Being “Half Black” | Hemant ...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 15, 2021:
He’s from Ohio, for Pete’s sake! I will never understand why so many Americans are obsessed with the British royal family.
Happy Thursday Everyone! What is a new goal that you have set for yourself?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 14, 2021:
I need to get good medical coverage in place. I’ve worked as an independent contractor for the last few years (so no employer-provided plan), and because of very good health and a resilient constitution, I kind of let my safety net get a bit frayed.
Will it matter a billion years from now whether we are kind or cruel to today?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 14, 2021:
I think what we do DOES matter, but my reference points have to do with the consequences, or lasting impacts, of our decisions and life ways, not “kindness” or “cruelty,” which are values whose interpretation is relative. We are more likely to be judged as stupid if, in a billion years, some discerning and inquisitive eyes were to see evidence that we destroyed ourselves by destroying the environments upon which we depended; or that we altered the course of evolution on our planet by making life unsustainable for some life forms - even after we depart the stage - by trashing the resources they would need and so changing the nature of the possibilities offered on Earth. As to your final question, atheism is only one answer to a single question: Do gods exist? Logic does not demand any implications, and nihilism is as legitimate a candidate as humanism, positivism, pragmatism, rationalism or any other world view contending to occupy the space left behind as the gods leave.
A Creationist is Angry He Can’t Get a Grad School Degree in Creationism | Hemant Mehta | Friendly...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 14, 2021:
Phrenology is much more lucrative.
In her radio show, Dr Laura Schlesinger said that, as an observant Orthodox Jew, homosexuality is an...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 14, 2021:
So much for “tradition.” Just because something is ancient, doesn’t mean it’s wise.
Today is Wild and Wacky Wednesday! Let's see your funnies!
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 13, 2021:
Guarded optimism.
Hey Guyses! Happy Tuesday - what's the last video game you played?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 13, 2021:
Not sure if it even qualifies as a “video game” at all, but I am an obsessive Doodle Jumper on my iPhone, trying to crack the 100,000-point ceiling. Otherwise, I like playing chess against various computer programs and occasional mind-bending puzzles.
Happy Monday! What's your very first memory?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 12, 2021:
About three or four years old, bouncing around on my parents’ big bed, as a professional photographer tries to take pictures of me. I was fascinated by his setup of lights, and a huge (to me) old fashioned camera on a tripod. I don’t remember him that well, but he obviously was a pro at getting the shots while handling a kid full of energy who was curious and just wanted to play!
Angry Christian Mom Condemns Match.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 9, 2021:
Laughed so hard when I saw that commercial! Kudos to the advert team which dreamed it up.
Happy Saturday, Cohorts! How's it going?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 9, 2021:
I use the disposables when shopping or in other situations in which the mask goes on when I arrive and stays on until I leave. When outdoors, with infrequent human contact and ample space for distancing as I hike or run, I wear a bandana-like cloth mask that easily flips up or down when others get within around 20 feet.
A week or two ago I ordered something from Walmart.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 8, 2021:
Irks me no end how smug, aggressive and rude these zealots are. Haven’t experienced this particular type of “evangelizing,” but would probably recycle the pamphlet or use it for kindling, and dash off a note to Walmart management urging them to create a policy banning this type of thing, stressing that it’s bad for business (though not mine, specifically, as I kind of detest Walmart 😖).
To me, the question that life must have a purpose, I never found to be true.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 8, 2021:
I agree that existence has neither meaning nor purpose, which is great! Biological life has no meaning, but a single purpose: to keep going, as long as possible, by any means, whatever the cost. The answer to all other existential questions is 42.
Happy Thursday evening Everyone! If you saw yourself as an animal, what would you be?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 8, 2021:
Bobcat; oak tree; lightning.
36 Questions: Happy Wild an' Wacky Wednesday! Gimme yer funnies!
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 6, 2021:
Making sure.
Why do religious people let god get away with being so horrible? : atheism
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 6, 2021:
Easy. Because he’s a god and can totally kick their asses.
Happy Monday Everyone! I'm really struggling with sleep lately and I am so exhausted.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 5, 2021:
I usually sleep well, but nights can get short when I don’t get to bed early, because I like rising early to see the sun rise with a hot cup of coffee. So, naps to the rescue! To catch up on missed sleep, or give myself a midday boost, because I love that energetic, fresh feeling after I wake. I often try to take a nap before an important meeting, speech or other event, so I can bring that little burst of energy to it!
To all of my new found atheist friends: I have been atheist most of my life and basically gave up on...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 5, 2021:
Welcome! I totally hear you about being able to connect with like-minded folks. I live in a diverse area in which religion is usually kept private, but it still means a lot to me to interact with others. Someone once asked me if it was like “preaching to the choir,” but it’s really nice to be occasionally reminded that there IS a choir!
I'm looking for anyone over 18 who knows English to fill-out a 20 question survey on Childhood ...
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 3, 2021:
I've never been one for labels.
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 2, 2021:
I pondered our many labels recently as a board member of a powerful nonprofit in California dedicated to the rights of people with disabilities (which includes me, BTW). It concerned a mission statement containing a boilerplate statement about fighting discrimination and safeguarding rights “regardless of” a typical list of factors, such as ethnicity/race, economic status, etc., plus a well-intentioned reference to “religion/faith.” I objected, because it leaves a lot of us out, but had to think hard about what to add that covers communities as diverse as ours. I eventually settled on “irreligion” as a placeholder umbrella term, but am not sure I’m completely satisfied. As for myself, I like the term “free thinker,” as it leaves room for change and nuance.
Happy Friday Everyone! What's better, fluffy socks or slippers?
The-Krzyz comments on Jan 1, 2021:
Socks indoors, thickness depending on how warm or cold it is; crocs for venturing onto the porch or nearby, and more protective wear if it’s wet or I’m venturing into the garden. (Regarding your socks/slippers paradigm: As a martial artist, I must be ready to defend myself at all times. Fluffy socks lessen the impact of a flying kick, and slippers, especially those resembling fuzzy animals, seldom inspire the desired psychological terror in my enemies. 😳)
It's Thursday Everyone! It's also New Year's Eve. How do you like to celebrate?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 31, 2020:
At midnight, I always take my best pistol and shot straight into the air. (The water doesn’t go very high, and I always get pretty wet 💦 🔫😮)
Happy Tuesday Friends! Which destination do you prefer, mountains or oceans?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 30, 2020:
I’m lucky enough to be near both (plus the desert), but mountains are my favorite. I grew up on and around boats and was a sailor for a while, but the ocean kept trying to kill me, so I backed off and ran away to the High Country!
What do you say when someone asks “Why don’t you believe in god?” : atheism
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 30, 2020:
We now have better ideas about how the universe works. The idea of gods make no sense.
Waka waka waka! It's Wednesday, let's see your funnies!
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 30, 2020:
I prefer playgrounds to farms: Slides rule! (Yes, this dates me ... 😮)
Happy Monday Everyone! I have so much paper for the recycling bin! Do you recycle?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 29, 2020:
I got into the habit of recycling ages ago, and live in an area that provides waste bins for recyclables, regular trash and greenwaste. I reserve those recyclables that can be redeemed for cash, and can do that at a station right behind a grocery store I use (after 2-3 months, I get maybe $5 - $10. Not much, but it’s so easy: why not?) I hardly generate any regular trash, and recycling and greenwaste are at least double that amount or more. I’m going to get smaller bins for everything except greenwaste. As I said, it’s a habit now, and easy to do!
Happy Friday and for those of you who celebrate it, Merry Christmas.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 25, 2020:
Happy Christmas! Boxing Day and first day of Kwanzaa tomorrow ...
36 Questions: Wild and Wacky Wednesday, anyone?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 23, 2020:
We are who we eat.
Does anyone in here believe in reincarnation?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 22, 2020:
Strikes me as another, updated version of an old, appealing fantasy. Now, it would be interesting if your friend could dream up some way to test it ...
The electrician had to climb this 16’ ladder to swap a fire hazard of a fan for a new one.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 22, 2020:
After living in a couple of homes with these now popular vaulted ceilings, I’ve really come to dislike them. A difficult to clean and maintain waste of space!
Secular "Values Voters"- []
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 22, 2020:
A pretty good article with lots of good info, but I’m not sure about the whole concept of “values,” which often are more like beliefs untethered to our ever-changing realities. I vote according to my interests and ethics.
So much for moral absolutes.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 22, 2020:
I don’t see the difference. Same wacky, delusional guy, onto whose story people project whatever they already want to see.
My father recently died and the pastor presiding over the service used that time to convert people ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 22, 2020:
I don’t understand why one would take offense. What else would one expect from a pastor: That’s their job, isn’t it?
What Kinda Funeral Do Atheist Have?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 22, 2020:
I am a secular celebrant, legally “ordained” in my US state, and write and deliver memorial services regularly. I work with the family/friends of the deceased to create a service focused on the life, character and achievements of that person in the context of their private and public lives, and the communities to which they belonged. If I do a good job, only the most rigidly “religious” attendees even notice that there is no mention of any gods, afterlife or dogma.
Happy Monday Y'all! Do you run hot or cold?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 21, 2020:
Definitely run hot! It takes a lot for me to feel cold, and I have been chagrined by the increasingly hotter southwest summers. My typically high metabolism has other benefits: I tend to heal quickly from injuries; can enjoy wintertime hiking and camping; and also can dangle the prospect of lower heating bills to potential relationship partners ...
Russia Sentences Jehovah’s Witness to Six Years in Prison for Practicing Faith | Hemant Mehta | ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 18, 2020:
Such heavy handed measures made more sense in the Soviet Union, which had a vigorous anti-superstition policy, but now only serves the interests of the Orthodox Church, guarding its privileged social and political position. I find the Witnesses theologically interesting and personally annoying, yet undeserving of this kind of brutal treatment.
Happy Thursday Everyone! What's something that someone did this year that you haven't seen done in ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 18, 2020:
Hmmm ... Refuse to acknowledge election results? 😯
The 66 religious symbols the VA will put on tombstones Check out the photo - atheist made the list.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 17, 2020:
I want to propose new designs: One for agnostics — ⁉️ And one just for me — 😮
I may have posted this here earlier, I can't remember.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 17, 2020:
Of course we know what dinosaurs sounded like! It’s called “classic rock ...”
36 Questions: It's time for funnies, everyone 🙂
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 16, 2020:
Double dipping.
Happy Tuesday Everyone. Today's question is - how much stimulant do you usually take in in a day?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 16, 2020:
I start my day at dawn with a fresh-brewed mug of espresso, dripped over a bit of condensed milk. I typically have a second cup in early afternoon, but will add more depending on workload/deadlines/company. (Back in my journalism days, I reached a peak consumption of 16 cups in 24 hours as I worked some very long days with frequent overnighters.) I enjoy tea, too (both green and black), but my primary allegiance is to coffee! (For fellow aficionados, I highly recommend Michael Pollan’s short history of “Caffeine,” a quick and very fun read.)
A Professional Soccer Player Was Given a One-Game Suspension for Blasphemy | Hemant Mehta | Friendly...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 15, 2020:
So, if he had said something akin to our “F-bomb” or “sh*t,” it would be OK because it has no religious connotations ... 🤔
How did the treatment of Native Americans leave a moral stain on the United States?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 12, 2020:
“Did?” DID?!?! Try “does.”
How do you think your Christian friends would react if you sent them cards wishing them a happy ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 12, 2020:
My christian friends know my sense of humor, and would expect no less!
On the topic of hyperbole What if god himself came down from heaven and talked with you and told ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2020:
How annoying: If there’s anything I can’t stand, it’s a know-it-all.
36 Questions: Happy Friday, Everyone! It's making season! What's something that you have made that...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2020:
I’m an occasional artist, working in a more unusual medium: cut paper. Here are some of my pieces that I sort of like.
Do you believe that there is life after death
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2020:
I firmly believe that, after I die, I will go on to a new existential plane full of adventure, opportunity and countless friends — all of them bacterial ....
Happy Thursday Everyone. What's the difference between healthy and boring?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 11, 2020:
Not sure I see the struggle involved. I stay healthy enough to do all the wacky, ill-advised, sometimes dangerous and genuinely fun stuff I love to do. Yeah, I got a taste of trauma bonding while in an all-too-long relationship with an emotionally abusive spouse, but came to my senses and got out. Emotional health trumped the bond.
It's Wild and Wacky Wednesday! Let's see yer funny stuff!
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 9, 2020:
Retirement planning 101.
Happy Tuesday wonderful people! What is something new that you would like to try?
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 8, 2020:
Space flight. I know it’s beyond probability, but it’s a nice fantasy. On the other hand, something I WILL provably find myself doing soon after the pandemic ends is whitewater rafting the Rogue River in Oregon. Sometimes, I get talked into things ... (I highly recommend the train ride. If you can afford it, on a longer trip, get yourself the little room. Nothing like it!)
Conservative Christians Fear Biden Will Create ‘Transgender Atheist Army’ | Michael Stone
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 5, 2020:
As a cisgender atheist, I’m feeling marginalized ... I wanna fight for the anti-christ too!
Right-Wing Group: How Dare “Young Sheldon” Compare God to an “Invisible Monkey”! | Hemant ...
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 4, 2020:
I’m a little disappointed. I imagined the character saying that he believed in a god who WAS an invisible monkey, which actually would explain a lot.
Christians: "You're atheist because you're just angry at / bitter toward / afraid of / hate god.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 4, 2020:
Christian arrogance! They can’t/won’t see the world beyond their little mythological bubble.
Happy Thursday Everyone! Work was hella busy today, so I was unable to get to posting before now.
The-Krzyz comments on Dec 4, 2020:
I have a “it’s complicated” relationship with stress! The same deadlines that stress me out also focus my attention and lead to many positive accomplishments. The thought of something can be stressful, while actually doing or experiencing that same thing gives me pleasure or satisfaction. Yet another of those contradictions I enjoy in life ...
Always wondered.
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 30, 2020:
1) A god who values strength 2) A god with a keenly developed sense of irony
Good Morning - it's Friday and it's beautiful! I'm snagging my kiddos and heading off for a hike to ...
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 27, 2020:
No, I’m not “buying into” the whole shopping thing! I don’t care if I can get 90% off of something I neither need nor want. I refuse to be reduced to a consumer instead of a active citizen of my community and country.
Hello all you wonderful Niblets! What are you all doing this fine Feast Day?
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 26, 2020:
My girlfriend is making a nice turkey meatball sub for us to enjoy with a glass of wine, followed by pumpkin pie and a home movie date!
Happy Pre-Gobbley Day! Let's get a giggle on, shall we?
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 25, 2020:
An improvement on the original.
Happy Tuesday! Which charity or charitable cause is your favourite to which to contribute?
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 24, 2020:
I tend to give locally, to groups whose work I can see, and avoid most of the larger organizations with high overhead and administrative costs. My one exception is the International Red Cross, because I remember my parents talking about how much it meant to them when they’d show up in the hellish places in which they were held prisoner by the Nazis during WWII (mom was a concentration camp survivor; dad a POW). Otherwise, I have been a longtime supporter of a small tribal college on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota, which I visit regularly.
Can an atheist be a proud Secular Christian?
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 22, 2020:
They may not use that label, but I think most of the people on this site fit that category: Having ditched the theological/“god” part of Christianity, they still often uncritically embrace the moral/ethical ideas for which the Jesus character is the front man.
Happy Friday Friends! What's something whose texture is repellant to you?
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 20, 2020:
Food-wise, I’m very adventurous, but draw the line at sea cucumbers! East Asian food has been a part of my diet since childhood, and I live in a majority Chinese community and am still discovering new stuff, some of which I like and some not. But sea cucumbers are one of the few foods to which I can apply the term “repellant!”
Happy Thursday Everyone! What's a pet you've always wanted, but never had?
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 20, 2020:
I’ve had a fantasy since childhood about having a pet mongoose. (Yes, I read my share of Kipling in my youth ...)
Happy Wild and Wacky Wednesday! Gimme those funnies!
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 18, 2020:
My “perfect woman!”
Happy Tuesday everyone! (For me, TEQUILA! )
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 17, 2020:
Whiskey, in all its myriad forms!
It's Wild and Wacky Wednesday! Gimme yer funnies!
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 11, 2020:
Perilous relationships ...
Happy Tuesday! What is your one most essential kitchen tool? Just One! Chef's knife for moi!
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 10, 2020:
Kitchen scissors, the type used on foods. I discovered them in Asia, and now find them indispensable!
Happy Monday Everyone! I'm feeling a lil iffy mentally, so I'm going to take advantage of it being ...
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 9, 2020:
Good for you! I think self care is an important yet all-too-underappreciated survival skill. I learned myself to ignore it at my own peril. Sometimes, my self care involves clearing my calendar, keeping to myself and creatively loafing; other times, getting myself outdoors for a nice walk and some fresh air. Probably the best lesson my life experience has taught me about self care is NOT to save it just for times of stress or crisis: cultivate it as a good habit, part of a plan to keep yourself healthy, happy and strong!
Happy Saturday Everyone.
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 7, 2020:
As an editor, I am afraid that speeches like those will make my work much harder than it has been for the last four years. People may want to follow their example and start using complete sentences again. (OK, OK: I liked them .. a lot! 😊)
Happy Wednesday Everyone- I'd love your laughs today.
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 4, 2020:
Time to push back against magical thinking ... 🤔
For those of you who went from being religious to atheist, have you noticed that philosophy has ...
The-Krzyz comments on Nov 2, 2020:
Rather than replace religion, I think it was philosophy that actively undermined the pretenses of religion for me. That, and an understanding of mythology from an anthropological and historical perspective.


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