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I am retired from working as a social worker/counsellor for 48 years. I am an atheist very involved in political economics, social action and politics. A friend once described me as an iconoclast -- smasher of sacred cows -- because of my tendency to see a different point of view.

I used to be a credible athlete and still can perform in some sports at a credible level. I am handy with tools and home renos. I am a voracious reader of many subjects. Last summer my ex-wife, kids. and grandkids went to a resort together where we had a wonderful time on the beach, skiing, boating, tubing, canoeing, and eating!

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Well at least we got something out of the deal, a soft porn star.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
The Trudeau Formula: Seduction and Betrayal in an age of discontent by Martin Lukacs. New and good book.
Tomorrow is my son’s birthday. He’s still not talking to me. Ya’ll might recall, about a year ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
The bottle is his best friend right now. Hope you have another POA. I always encourage people to journal. In the third person. And to write in detail every day what you are grateful for today.
Hey everybody! What's your favorite form of transportation?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
Car. Love road trips.
[msnbc.com] Bad news for Trump! Court allows emoluments case vs him. Kudos to the Court!
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
Nice timing.
Speaking of real intimacy. It seems like it is hard for some people to handle deep emotions. There ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
What are deep emotions?
Tall twisting tower is made from wood that shapes itself as it dries Read more: [newscientist.com]
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
Wow. What a great post!
Here's What the Last Days of the Titanic Were Really Like - simbaly.com
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
Another example of how money trumps life.
Finished the jacket I made.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
Beautiful The jacket too!
Mt. Everest is melting, revealing tons of garbage and human bodies
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
At least they have some new policies about $4000 deposits paid by climbers to bring back their garbage.
Charles Koch Is Funding a Campaign to Kill Food Stamps and Medicaid
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
This should be the real purpose of heavy taxation of the rich. They should not have the power to use their money to unbalance and disrupt social programmes that the rest of us then compensate for with food banks etc.
My new romantic interest called me several times over the weekend, twice already this morning, and ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 16, 2019:
He is thinking about you and cannot get you out of his head. Lol
This is an extraordinary admission by a Christian minister. [facebook.com]
ToolGuy comments on Sep 15, 2019:
I saw research into prayer once suggesting that when those being prayed for when they were sick believed that they must be REALLY sick to require that.
James Corden Torches Bill Maher For Fat-Shaming Segment
ToolGuy comments on Sep 15, 2019:
This was a brilliant piece. Funny, poignant and serious.
Guide To Candy Trading LOL 😅 [youtu.be]
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
Hilarious. Sharing!
How Deforestization Looks From Space 😔😔😞😦😢 [youtu.be]
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
Also a brilliant post!
💜💜💜 Mariachi Connecticut Serenades Beluga Whale [youtu.be]
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
Brilliant post. Thank you!
[agnostic.com] Claims to be in graduate school and an aspiring novelist, but seems to have no ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
She contacted me in a personal msg and said she was studying business.
[vice.com] Why weed should be legal - it's getting stronger more potent.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
It is where I live.
It's interesting to me that most women will agree that sexual orientation is a continuum while most ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
I suspect that proper sampling has not taken place for this type of assertion in the first sentence to be valid. And the continuum notion has been around for about 40 years that I know of. It was first published to my knowledge in Playboy.
I recorded the Democratic Debates and watched them tonight. I’ve decided the moderates are right....
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
It is now or never for Bernie.
Sometimes I get nauseas to a point of vomiting when I contemplate just how much money has been spent...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
Money is just a measure of transactions. It is not real. All money is debt.
Unhealthy food. How could I have been more tactful?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
Will they learn from that? Not likely. I sometimes try but ....
Nor the “I”.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
Not sure I get this. Am I a mystical being? And don’t know it?
...and that IS the difference.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
No dispute with this.
Does this not make sense with anyone.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
I saw that panel discussion. Somebody posted it on this site.
Norway the place to be.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 14, 2019:
But my neighbour is Norwegian and describes it as very expensive. Mind you they have good incomes.
Saw this sign today and it brought a good chuckle.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 13, 2019:
Why would they take home ugly men? Because of the way it is written, my first reaction was that it was an instruction to take home ugly men
It's time to do laundry... Everyone strip down!!
ToolGuy comments on Sep 13, 2019:
I have a sign in my laundry room. Drop your pants here.
What is wrong with using the GDP as a measure of progress? [facebook.com]
ToolGuy comments on Sep 13, 2019:
I once read about a GPI approach. The Genuine Progress Indicator would subtract from the asset side of a progress ledger the costs of dealing with catastrophes and hardship people faced. And then Kate Raworth has the idea of business and policy discussions taking place at a table with large image on it of what resembles a doughnut.
After watching MSM down play Bernie and Elizabeth and Try to play up Biden (fail), they played up ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 13, 2019:
Did not watch but in the past Yang has been the smartest guy in the room.
Nothing new so far. Natural progression of society is cyclical. Democracy evolves into dictatorship,...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 13, 2019:
The problem is sort of overpopulation which arises when economic circumstances are poor. When health care improves and people have more money, they have fewer children. But there is no need to burn forest for pasture to feed the world. That is really about competitive capitalism. They think that they can out-compete and get more money for themselves.
Living in a partnership that isn’t normal AND THAT WORKS? Does anyone have some examples? For ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 13, 2019:
I had a friend who married at age 89 and they lived in the same townhouse complex until he died a few years later. They ate together but the transition after his death was simple for her. Being in her 80s likely made it better for her after he died and his lifelong thoughtfulness for others and good planning in life was likely at the root of the decision to maintain their own homes.
A glance in my rear-view mirror......
ToolGuy comments on Sep 13, 2019:
Serendipity. Chance opportunity. Great shot.
I made a goal for myself, to lose 10 of my 40 extra pounds before I see my doctor in October. For ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 13, 2019:
One of the things that I heard once was that every gram or oz of carbs we consume causes our bodies to store double that in water. Is any of the extra weight muscle from the exercise? Has your clothing become looser? And if you have not lost but also not gained, then maybe you have been partly successful. I get the struggle. As @LiterateHiker said, it gets harder as we age. One pound of fat is the same as 3200 calories. Running 1 mile uses 100 calories. To lose one pound means running 32 miles it seems. There is the possibility that the exercise will alter the metabolic rate and then the weight may start to drop. Good luck. Do we need a weight loss group here?
Call it inspiration. Everytime Heidi posts her Carolina pictures, I feel nostalgic. Always a nice ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 13, 2019:
A blue butterfly on a red flower. How often does one see that!? I never have.
So, I have a date today with someone from a dating site. We switched it to a lunch instead of ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 13, 2019:
Guess. I missed the news. Thought that you were in a very wonderful relationship except for the grandkids.
Do you feel bad about eating meat and the slaughter of animals for meat?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
Not at all.
The brain is defined by a sprawling network of 100 billion neurons with at least 100 trillion ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
But a lot of that circuitry is devoted to autonomic and automatic functions and thus you may be exaggerating the complexity. Genetics has evolved so that we can communicate and share meaningfully with others. The retina, which contains 150 million light-sensitive rod and cone cells, is actually an outgrowth of the brain. In the brain itself, neurons devoted to visual processing number in the hundreds of millions and take up about 30 percent of the cortex, as compared with 8 percent for touch and just 3 percent for hearing.Jun 1, 1993 I was unable to find an accurate estimate of the motor neurons but they must be numerous given the muscles and kinaesthetic functions and the huge network they represent and connections to the many organs of the body. So that Reduces the number of neurons involved in thinking.
At the risk of sounding unpatriotic,... I hate 9/11. All these people saying 'Never forget'. ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
Good questions. I always remember the first 9/11. This was the second.
Here is a challenge everyone think about how we can do better than capitalism and create a better ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
GM is closing one of its largest North American plants in Oshawa Ontario where the McLaughlin Buick was first made by a Canadian. When the news was announced I was asked to write a piece about it in the paper and focused on the workers taking it over as a worker-community co-op to manufacture EVs and other carbonless vehicles.
America's sweeping tide of diversity
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
I am visiting friends in Toronto this week and notice the same thing. My current home town of Peterborough is becoming more diverse.
In case you are concerned and don't enjoy the story, I'm fine my car is fine 🙂 A story apropos...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
As @Booklover How would you react to the wall of words you have erected here. I find it daunting to read. I gather there were some unsafe experiences and I am glad you got home safely.
I've just passed 300 visitors to my profile, 182 of them were guys. I'm obviously batting for the ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
Just so you know I am not hitting on you so you do not need to switch-hit! Just hovered on your profile. I had the same attitude towards Philosophy and Experimental and then later Clinical Psychology as you did for Physics and Philosophy. We may be kindred spirits but not soul mates! lol
I was viciously hit by my father when I was a child. Instead of making me a better person, my early ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
Conversation with young children about their and your emotions and beliefs helps. It is about clarifying things and sometimes when that fails you say, "I am not permitting this behaviour so you are going to sit here and think about it and when you are calm we will talk again." Conveying a sense of safety and firm limits are together necessary components. It also helps to understand a child's temperament which is the least discussed aspects of children and creates the most confusion. There are many other non-violent strategies and we should employ them and even teach them in the school system. Teachers should be trained in those techniques (and often are) but the quality varies and the opportunities to practice while learning are limited. What @LiterateHiker said!
Good morning everyone. I'm feeling under the weather today and called in (after making sure I ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
Unrelenting excruciating pain was the only thing that kept me from being at work. And the death of my mother. Otherwise, I seldom missed a day for years at a time.
How many of you are going to watch the debates tonight? I know I am...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
Nope. I am going to another book launch near my son's house where I am staying this week.
Leaving religion for me happened so slowly I didnt really notice it. I remember where I was the ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
Good writing. An excellent post.
Making pastries or something else?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 12, 2019:
Sexy in a wholesome way!
A question: if you find out, during lovemaking/foreplay that your partner has nerve endings, ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 11, 2019:
Nope unless she objects. I like the sensation.
How do you deal with muscle cramps?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 11, 2019:
I do what you do and they have diminished but suspect that when the recur, it is because my body needs more of the magnesium or salt that day. Water seems to wash them out for me so I do not drink large quantities of water.
Earlier today , I saw a post , which basically said women are only in it for the money , and since...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 11, 2019:
That post was Bovine Excrement. Women have always wanted security in their relationships -- money is part of that sometimes -- and marriage has been partly about that. If they do not need the financial part of security that marriage is supposed to provide, they will not marry for that reason and will not stay married. But the other reasons including security such as safety when travelling, will still apply. The biggest factors in relationships are faith and trust. Faith is the confidence that the other will care for you and trust is that the other will have your back in times of trouble. Both my partners developed serious health problems and I became their advocate with the medical profession to ensure that they got the care that they needed when they were unable to get it for themselves. I would expect the same if I had a partner.
The Green New Deal gas-free chainsaw.🤣😂
ToolGuy comments on Sep 11, 2019:
Where are the batteries? My neighbour uses an electric chain saw.
Carolyn wrote the following 7 years ago and I thought it brilliant, just as she is. so, on 9-11 ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 11, 2019:
It is also worth remembering that this was the second 9/11. The first was an American-sponsored CIA-led coup in Chile when the democratically elected president Allende was killed leading to the deaths of more than 3000 people. Two American economists, Milton Friedman and James McGill Buchanan advised the Pinochet government on how to change the constitution to limit democracy. “Following his rise to power, Pinochet persecuted leftists, socialists, and political critics, resulting in the executions of from 1,200 to 3,200 people, the internment of as many as 80,000 people and the torture of tens of thousands.” https://www.google.com/search?q=How+many+people+died+in+Chile+after+the+coup+in+1973%3F=1C9BKJA_enCA841CA841&oq=How+many+people+died+in+Chile+after+the+coup+in+1973%3F=chrome..69i57.15488j0j0&hl=en-US=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8 Now the US is working towards the same thing in Venezuela by recognizing as leader a man who did not even run for the presidency and is clearly right-wing.The US has done similar things in may other Central and South American countries not to mention Asia and the Middle East. Remember all those because they are all connected by a mind-set that America should rule it and the world does not agree. It caused the loss of considerable liberty in the USA which set up a security state apparatus that now interferes with individual liberty to an unprecedented extent. Yes, the first responders are magnificent and deserving of support and recognition serving as an inspiration to the rest of us, but their sacrifices were in vain as the security noose tightens around the rest of the populace.
Republicans need to go on record about their support for Trump whom AOC calls corrupt. [twitter.com]...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
I posted this in Politics. How come it is here? @admin
Hey! I have the YouTube channel please feel free to subscribe 😁. I just created it 2 days ago😅...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
A vlog? What is it about?
Greta Thunberg is coming to Montreal [cbc.ca]
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
Good to know. Won’t be there then. The following week I will be there.
If you had to kill your own meat would you?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
I gave my mother chickens one Mothers’ Day because she has always talked about having them when she was a little girl. A rooster and a hen. We at them for T’Giving!
I've had two posts removed from the "politics" section this evening. Both were pro conservative. ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
There you go making assumptions again.
We've had quite a few new members since i posted last. I want to welcome each of you! We're so glad ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
Welcome aboard!
Dead fish photos. A turnoff?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
Not much.
If you had to kill your own meat would you?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
Yes. No problem.
Does anyone have a good recipe for holy water?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
The water from your radiator in your car because the hell has been boiled out of it.
Hmmmmm. Well, it DOES make me wonder: 🤔
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
Just because you can imagine things does not mean you should say them out loud. Check your meds. Probably pointless to suggest that you check the facts.
Trump fires Bolton. [msn.com]
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
Bolton says he offered to resign. Best news is that he is gone. https://apple.news/A2GsDHXA5SFmEyJrTKIV8qg
Tennessee GOP Senator says getting rid of higher education would save America
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
Conclusion of the Trilateralists in 1973. “There is an excess of democracy and people are too well educated.” When I posted this before, a member said it was silly and too out-dated so couldn’t be bothered with it. Doesn’t sound like it is that out-dated to me if you have this kind of statement today.
So my Bday is fast approaching and I want to get some piercings. These are the choices, sorry it ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
Not a fan of piercings. Anywhere.
Ignorance curiosity and unity what made us evolve this far. We fucked up when we let ignorance ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
I disagree. Our inability as a species to tolerate ambiguity and anxiety may have been a bigger factor. There is security in “knowing” and the facts or data are irrelevant. https://skepticalinquirer.org/2000/11/why_bad_beliefs_dont_die/?%2Fsi%2Fshow%2Fwhy_bad_beliefs_dont_die
Ok, so from before. I accidentally posted in wrong group again. Question: In the very near ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 10, 2019:
Better than no sex and likely more ethical than paying sex workers under the control of their pimps. And no condoms needed. Lol
Alaska's ridiculous summer is a red flag for climate change
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
Just posted a Greta Thurnberg video of her speech after receiving an award.
I was at a wedding yesterday. The service was ALL about god, Jesus and the holy spirit. I should say...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
My niece was married a few weeks ago and there was no religion at all unless stepping on the wine glass and breaking it counts. At the time it was explained as a Jewish cultural custom. My bros and I are all atheists. So it looks like all the kids are too.
Anyone try Facebook dating yet?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
Signed up but nada after that.
Risk rescuers' lives for people who refused mandatory evacuation?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
I disagree. Charge them for the added costs maybe. A psychiatrist I worked with once described consequences as a euphemism for punishment. But don't rescue if there is risk maybe.
Sarah Palin's husband, Todd, files for divorce over 'incompatibility of temperament'
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
What no sex?!
Perfect ad
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
From a company called Pink Cherry?
Curvy redhead anyone?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
A classic pose.
New Hampshire mom wins fight to keep 'inappropriate' license plate after state governor intervenes -...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
She said that she was pissed.
Child marriage. Should there be an minimum age limit for marriage? Should kids be able to marry ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
Age 25 when the brain is more mature! lol
Hiking dilemma. Be a good sport or bail with thunderstorms?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
Bail. Risk may not be worth it and if you are alone, doubles the danger since s/he is so fast and surges ahead, I assume.
Common Misconceptions 3: A Preview, Three Voices Today’s scientists have substituted ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
This is especially true in Economics today. One economist constantly points this out. Lars Syll.
Unqualified And Ideological: A Guide To Trump’s Worst Judges
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
Read Democracy in Chains by Nancy McLean for a description of how this part of the Libertarian agenda of the Koch bros who funded James McGill Buchanan to bring this about.
How would you reply to a theist who says, "You send yourself to hell"?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
What is the point of the discussion?
Good morning Y'all! I'm at the gym for butt and leg day. These days I go to the Y, where there's mom...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 9, 2019:
Being raised in a single mother-led household on social assistance.
Race for the cure... For breast cancer in central park today... Frankie and I are going with baby ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
Heading to the big smoke to see my sons and granddaughter.
No time for a caption... Think of your own.. I'll be back later... Woohoo!
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
Is she the actress in Suits?
Does anyone have a favorite book that helped you in your transition out of your religion? As for me...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
The Bible. Too gross.
Coffee is vital for survival. The dinosaurs didn't have coffee, & look how that turned out
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
12 cups a day. Enough for most days.
Does anyone have a favorite book that helped you in your transition out of your religion? As for me...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
When I started reading science fiction, I think that influenced me. But I was very young when I decided on atheism.
Question: What are your thoughts regarding breast augmentation?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
One of my best friends' father used to say. "Anything more than a mouthful or handful was waste."
Something interesting from the Chinese President.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
Interesting meme.
Here is your beloved leader robbing America to pay for his losses. When he's out of office all our ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
Nobody has money. You only have credit or debt money.
Most people admit to sulking after arguments like Orang-utans with half saying women rule the roost ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
Would never occur to me,
Can someone assist you without wanting a favor in return?
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
All the time. I used to have a boss and when I did something for her or someone she cared about she would say, "I owe you one." I always said, "No you don't. Pay it forward."
Some that have meaning to me:
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
My former partner used to select something like this and post it in front of her on her desk when she was working on a project. She would find a new one each time that she started a new project or phase of a project.
I know someone (I have been distancing myself from) who is a Trump supporter. They said "I have ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
The community members have a common ground called oppression and non-acceptance by the rest of society and because of that they have not had the rights other people have. For example couples have been prevented from visiting terminally ill loved ones or receiving death benefits from their deceased spouse. So the community binds together to oppose the oppression they all experience.
I had the strangest experience this morning. Has this ever happened to any of you? I dreamt smells. ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
It sometimes happens to me during the day. When wide awake. It means that a part of the brain has fired the neurons associated with that odour.
So true. And sad, because I’ve lived so many different lives.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 8, 2019:
And then so hard to become what we prefer to be.
Anyone remember whose first movie this song comes from? [youtube.com]
ToolGuy comments on Sep 7, 2019:
I remember the song but not the movie.
I always though he was.
ToolGuy comments on Sep 7, 2019:
I think it was Jimmy Stewart in Shenandoah which depicted a rural father-led family during the civil war who said at dinner the following Grace. He mentioned that his deceased wife wanted him to raise the kids with religion. He said words to the effect, “I plowed the fields, the kids and I picked up the rocks, I sowed the crops and took care of them. I harvested them and looked after the horses. Don’t know what you did lord but whatever it was thanks.”
A little medical humor
ToolGuy comments on Sep 7, 2019:
Groan.
happy Saturday :-) ... while running a few miles this morning, a question came into my mind that ...
ToolGuy comments on Sep 7, 2019:
Of course. Comfort matters.

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