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I was never brought up with any religion as a kid, so I was never a believer. But I've been living in a mostly Christian area for the last decade or so. I do have some friends that are believers, but we get along great, we just never bring up our beliefs to each other.Problem is that most others judge me as a horrible person, and that I'm going to hell, how can I have morals with out god. etc. I saw this site, and thought it would be great to be at a place where I can chat with others that have the same thoughts about god and religion.
I've been told that I have a big heart. I don't know if it's true or not but i try to do what I can to help others.
I also have a great sense of humor, and I like being around others that do as well.

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Open Mic Every Night! Id like to encourage more fellow musicians to make a weeklyish recording of ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 4, 2018:
Very cool man. Nice job.
Question 1: 1. Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 4, 2018:
Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Would love to learn from him. I already do that from his books, lectures and such, but a 1 on 1 would be pretty damn cool.
Good morning from South Florida!
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Rightbackatcha from Clearwater. :)
Atheists argue that " thoughts and prayers" r useless, meaningless and empty statements. Others ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
IMHO, I think that " thank you and good morning and forgive etc.is just being polite.
Hi guys, am really enjoying everything here. Thank you all for your support and love..!
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Great to have you. I understand where you are coming from, I was pretty amazed at just how friendly the people I met here were to me as a newcomer, and still are.
Party starting tonight at 7 EST. Dirty limerick contest.
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Sounds like a good drinking game. Well, I'll be drinking anyway. I'm in.
Happy Friday, Ft. Carson and Colorado Springs!
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
That is one hell of a great view. And Happy Friday to you as well. :)
Felt like a bit of Schubert this morning.....Serenade D 957. - Franz Schubert (The Royal Schubert ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Ah, Schubert. Such a lovely piece. Great way to start my day. Thanks for this. :)
The Final Sermon I Should Have Preached
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 2, 2018:
Very familiar with the Clergy project. I love that there is such a welcoming support for them. I've seen and read of a lot of members. What they went through, the negativity they get from just about every one in their fold. But the part I like the most is seeing the success stories, where they found their niche outside of the church, and get on with their lives. One of my favorite speakers on the subject is Jerry Dewit. I've seen many vids of him speaking to people and telling his story.
What is the most underrated movie in your opinion?
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Mystery Alaska. Not a lot of people saw it, but it was a great feel good movie.
Not much offends me but one thing that does is Atheist apologists that rush to defend people's right...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 1, 2018:
I've always been a fan of Billy. He's had quite a few real good stand up specials. He's not really known for it as much as say Richard Dawkins as an outspoken Atheist, and Anti-theist, mainly because most only know of him from movies, and TV shows, but he's been out there talking about it for a very long time.
Please share any fun thing that you did on Halloween. Pictures are welcome. I took my dog out as ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 1, 2018:
I was at the homeless shelter that I volunteer at. We had earlier in the week put up some decorations and such on the main deck where every one eats, meets, or what ever gathering there might be. It's pretty big, so every one could attend. there was no way to get every one into costume, but a few organizations that donate often all came with gift bags full of candy and such. there was even a band that came, and played a few halloween tunes. It was great to have every one have a great time there.
Black Sabbath - Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath [youtu.be]
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Been a Sabbath fan since I was about nine. I was a Cello player in school at the time. Much to my mother's dismay, 'Paranoid', was the first album I ever bought. I heard Iron man playing in an arcade one day, and I was hooked. She said fine, but listen to it with headphones on. I still do the classical stuff. But i am also a metal head at heart.
[youtu.be] little late, and this video i have seen b4. it is halloween how am i the only to post ...
TristanNuvo comments on Nov 1, 2018:
I love the "Evil Dead" theme. Obviously fans of the movie. Just like me.
Do you celebrate Christmas after realizing you don't believe in the reason for it? I do because ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I have no notions about the religious aspect of christmas. That being said, I love christmas time. the lights, decorating the yard, doing the whole tree thing. and being with some family, especially my mom. We live very far apart, so it's great when we can get together.
What is your ideal self? What does it mean to be your highest self?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I've posted this before on similar questions. But it's one that I really try to live by. I feel the best about myself when I do these things.
Neuroscientist Sam Harris on Our Misconceptions About Free Will and How Acknowledging Its ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
He gave a speech on this topic a while back on TED Talks. Was very interesting. I'm pretty sure it's still on youtube.
When did you start drinking coffee and why?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I lived with my grandmother for a while when I was a kid. I can always remember that smell waking up. Back then they used a percolator, I don't know if any one uses those any more. Any way, I tried a cup, with cream, ( no sugar, I hate the taste of it). I thought is was really good. Been a coffee drinker ever since.
And all this time I’ve limited myself to potential partners for corporeal bodies! This woman ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I saw another one just like this in a vid, I think it was Dr. Phil. What kind of nut bag does one have to be to think stuff like this. I guess it's like they say, "truth is stranger than fiction".
What is your favorite Halloween themed music video?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
These guys used to play here in Tampa a lot. They were always featured in a thing we call Guavaween. It's like a week long halloween/ mardi gras. In a town called Ybor city. some serious fun. all out door shows, parades, etc. Every one is in costume, and some are very spectacular. any way, this is one that always got played. https://youtu.be/vFwYJYl5GUQ
Wish I were a pet owner
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
This isn't my dog, just a pic I found. Mine was a black lab/Rottweiler mix. But her pic would be just about the same. She was huge, but very friendly and playful. I learned the hard way to put the remote, shoes, couch pillows etc. up when I went out. Her tearing stuff up was legendary, and a work of art. lol. I really miss her.
Childhood photo challenge: Post a favorite childhood photo. Here's mine. I'm the littlest one ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I don't have any, but I'm sure my mother might. I'll see if she does.
Ok so let's hear how everyone thinks on this issue. Do you take off your shoes when you enter ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
None of the above. All my floors are tile so it's easy to clean.
What's your favourite show or channel to watch on TV?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
I actually don't own a TV. I watch everything on my PC, plus I have a pretty big monitor. I download, and stream everything. As far as shows go. Some aren't on any more but to name a few. Dexter. Mythbusters, (the original). Game of thrones. Battlestar Galactica, (the 2006 version). I'm sure there are more, I just can't remember atm.
Are there novels that changed the way you think?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
Two from Lawrence Krauss; The Physics of Star Trek. and A universe from nothing. A Brief History of Time from Steven Hawking. Pale Blue Dot: Vision of the Human Future in Space by Carl Sagan. there are probably a few others, but i can't remember atm.
When someone says" well it was ment to be" or it was gods will. What is your reply?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
My retort usually something like this. Cancer. Because it was meant to be, and gods will. He is after all, a loving god.
If you could make a rule that everyone had to follow, what would it be?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
The first rule of Fight club is you do not talk about fight club. :)
The Rock laying it down!
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 31, 2018:
That is something I deal with every day with my disorder. It's always a fight with me, but I try as much as I can muster to get up and live and be on the positive side.
Helpful tips you learned as an adult?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 30, 2018:
The more I learn, the more I find out there is more that I don't know. I knew that from an early age. What is different as I've aged, is the desire to learn much more than I did when I was younger. It's one of my favorite things to do.
Is there anyone here that values the teachings of the bible, but rejects it's supernatural elements?...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 30, 2018:
If you can't tell the difference from right and wrong, you don't lack religion, you lack empathy. No need for an ancient book to tell you that.
What Would You Tell Your 18-Year-Old Self?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 30, 2018:
Don't date that stripper, she's hot, but messed up in the head and trouble.
One of my hobbies that I try to avoid people knowing about is I beatbox badly but I always do it ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 28, 2018:
Never when no one is around, but I've done some embarassing shit when around other people when I was younger. lol.
Such a newbie! Now I know how to post in Singles mingles. I made it here as level 4. I live in ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 28, 2018:
Hello, and welcome from Clearwater FL. :)
Do you think crying is a sign of weakness or strength?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 28, 2018:
It's a very rare thing for me to cry. Not sure why, I don't think of it as a strength, or a weakness. But ther was one thing that did get me a bit misty eyed a little while back, and that was the scene in GOT with Hodor, "Hold the door, hold the door, hold the door, hodor. If you've seen it, you'll know what I'm talking about.
I can wish, can't I?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Cum, and go at the same time. That's how I want to go out. :)
I've Been Saving These Beautiful Photos For a Special Occasion. In the Wake of the Terror That Has ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
That's one of the reasons that I love where I live in Clearwater FL. It's on the gulf, and we get sunsets like that all the time. And no matter how many walks on the beach I've taken to see them, I never get tired of it. One of my favorite things to do.
i would also do this
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
That is awesome.
Seems legit..,
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
"It puts the lotion on its skin, or else it gets the hose again". One of my favorite lines.
What is the true purpose of religion?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Control.
Who's a person who inspires you? I don't just mean politicians - I mean activists, writers, ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 27, 2018:
The list is long, but I'll name just a few. Mostly In the field of Science. Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Vera Rubin. Sir Isaak Newton. Professor Richars Dawkins. Dr. Kennith R Miller. 'Buzz' Aldrin. Wernher von Braun.
Top 10 Songs That Has Been Over Used For Covers?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 26, 2018:
The song "I'm not in love" , from 10CC. has been covered by, and sampled by over 50 artists. There was an article about that, but I don't remember what it was called. I'll keep looking, and put the link up if I find it. But I think the most covered song of all time is "Happy birthday to you".
[youtube.com] Halloween favorite. Started Goth, before Goth was called Goth. Too bad lead singer ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 25, 2018:
I got to see them a few times live. They put on a great show. Yeah, It's a shame that Pete Steel died.
What are your favorite lyrics?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 25, 2018:
"one of these days I'm going to cut you into little pieces" ;One of these days, from Pink Floyd.
I’ve been listening to this album pretty regular lately. Fun fact: my ex brought these kids ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Never heard this before, but I really like. Thanks for turning me on to them. :)
As a libra..I am..
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Scorp.Super Freaks, Hm, not a moniker that I would have gone with, but then again it might make them guess, Freaks about what? lol.
Who are your favorite movie villains? I wrote a piece and included some of my picks. What do you ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Lee Van Cleef. That's a good one, I forgot about him. Love the old Sergio Leone westerns. For me I've always liked the villans, or anti heros that are a bit ambiguous,seemingly bad, yet the story arc has some good in them as well. For example, Darth Vader, or Dexter.
La Danse Macabre. - Camille Saint-Saens. Here performed by L’Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal....
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Ah. I've heard this many times, but I never knew what it was called. Great piece. :)
wracked my brain about this one - help!
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Maybe the amazing Kreskin would know.
What Helps You When You Feel Stuck in Life?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 20, 2018:
For me it's my music. There is a bit of therapy sitting alone with my Spanish guitar just playing around. and every now and then I'll come up with something that I really like, and I'll work on it and make a song. Kind of kills 2 birds with 1 stone. It pulls me out of my funk, and then I get a good high on life from creating something. I love when that happens.
Where Did You Go First Time On a Plane? Please Share Your Memories.
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 20, 2018:
I was about 10ish. we went to Florence to visit some family. This was so long ago that you could actually smoke on planes. lol.
Recently a post asked "If someone gave you $5,000 but you either had to spend it on the meal of a ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 20, 2018:
I volunteer at a homeless shelter, so to me it's a no brainer, I'm going to help some one out no matter how much the money is. I was homeless one myself, so I know what it's like. Even homeless, we were helping each other out when we could.
Are You A Freethinker Or A Follower?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 20, 2018:
That's a hard one to answer because I've done both. By that I mean that I have had the pleasure to ' follow ' , or learn from some greats. but the best thing I learned was to be able to take what I learned and make it my own. I've had some great success in a few things because of that.
Alexander Borodin is one of my favourite composers and I sing a song called “And This Is My ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 20, 2018:
This is wonderful. I've never heard it before, thanks for turning it on to me. I see what you mean about the perspective of the conductor. You can see that he truely loves this piece, there is so much passion and joy coming from him.
Ok ladies, if you had your choice, and it not being the first few dates (first few need to be in ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 20, 2018:
I actually used to be a chef, so I can definitely make something special. But to be honest, I'd rather take some one out to eat a few times to get to know them better, I'd rather the meeting not be about food. If that goes well, then yes, I would much love to dazzle with some of what I can do.
What would you consider "The meaning of life" to be?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 19, 2018:
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"Lady in a Cage" 1964. Suspenseful story about an invalid woman, played by Olivia De Havilland, ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 19, 2018:
Haven't seen it. But thanks for the up, I'll have to give it a go.
I love this guy. I found him by accident, and my first thought was , oh here we go, another ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
I really wish more people would watch this, he makes some really great points here.
[youtu.be] Alexa for Evangelicals
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
Betty Bowers has been a favorite of mine for years. her parody, and sarcasm are top knotch.
Was anyone else locked out of Agnostics? I couldn't log in all afternoon.
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
Yes, I couldn't either, just got back on now.
Are you active with a local humanist, atheist, freethinker, etc group? Why or why not?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
Most of my off time is spent volunteering at a homeless shelter, so no time for it. Also, I've been an atheist my whole life, I was not brought up in a religious household, so I don't really need any kind of support group.
This was my first exposure to Soundgarden. A few years before grunge was called grunge. It's still...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
Out of that era came two of my favorite singers, Chris Cornell, and Layne Staley. Such a shame that two greats like that are no longer with us. They are simply irreplacable.
Interesting find on Reddit this morning. I was wondering what the general consensus is here where ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
I actually go by my mom's last name. I was raised and lived with her side of the family any way.
How to you handle being single in a partnered world? I’m not talking about sex but rather the lack...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
For me it comes down to how well do I do being by myself. It took me a long time to get comfortable with that. But since I have, I've lessened the ' need' for lack of a better word, to enjoy life with out a SO. But I do have a few friends, some are single, some are couples, and there is never an uncomfortable feeling from any of us when we hang out. Honestly, it never really bothers me like it used to when I was younger.
From Stephen Hawking's final book, Brief Answers to the Big Questions: "We are each free to believe...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
In death we all will be closest to god, because then we will both be nothing. :)
Which one would you prefer in your life; catch up in person or mainly social media? Mine will ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
I've done both. Each had it's good and bad. Sometimes the person you meet is not at all what they seem on line. But I did get to meet a few friends a few years ago from an old site we all belonged to, and we were all pleasantly surprised at just how much we all were just as we thought we were. We still get together usually once a year. It's a little hard because we all live fairly far away, but very much worth the trip.
For all you lovers of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. [ted.com]
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
I'm probably the odd man out here, but I actually liked the movie. Sure it wasn't as good as the books, but I still liked it.
If your pet could talk, what would it say to you?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
Ha Ha, I can lick places that you can't, loser.
This group is called Metal, Punk, and other Avenues of Aggression. I don't think there is a more ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
I thought this was very cool when Ice T first came out with this band back in 91. Pretty cool seeing a rapper also being a metal head. One of my favorites was ' cop killer '.
Hey - I have been in the Nature Coast area (north of Tampa) for sometime now. I am looking for good...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 18, 2018:
Hello from Clearwater. Welcome. :)
A complaint I have since adopting an agnostic position is that too much of the atheist/agnostic ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 17, 2018:
I'm not really much into names. But when asked, I will say that I am an Agnostic Atheist. Atheist, because I don't believe in any such nonsense of a deity or anything like that. The Agnostic, is because I don't have any empirical evidence to prove it either way. I also Will add Anti-theist, because of the harm that religion has, and still does cause quite a bit of harm. I think a lot of people that have let go of such beliefs, at some point show somewhat of a resentment towards religion (understandidly so), because of all the harm it does. Personally, I was never a believer, I was not brought up in a religious household. But the more and more I learn of what religion has, and still does, I will spek out about it. IMHO, religion should be looked at with contempt, and ridicule.
Better Relationship?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 16, 2018:
As long as they don't mind that we share differen't beliefs, and not try to push them from either of us, I'm ok with it. To me it would only be an issue if kids were involved, How would we raise them etc.
What are you really good at that you wouldn't put on your C. V?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 16, 2018:
I was going to explain how I'm good at apathy , but then i thought, meh.
Really a bit of a coin toss because sometimes the architecture is quite beautiful but these ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 15, 2018:
Either way, I'll bring the marshmellos.
Why are you here
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 15, 2018:
You are the new guy, Why not tell us why you are here. :)
Arguments and debates
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 15, 2018:
I've never actually heard one myself.
Name your favorite ??
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 14, 2018:
Way too many to pick just one, so I'll list a few. Dark knight Fight club Gladiator Fellowship of the ring American History X As I'm typing these, I realize that I have way too many more that would make a good sized novel. I have over 8 terabytes of movies, and whole series with every episode of a great many shows as well. One of my favorite things to do is look through and watch something I haven't seen in a while. which would include every thing i have. If it's not worth watching again, it doesn't stay on the drives.
Any of our members affected by Micheal beyond loss of power? Any other members close enough to ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 14, 2018:
It had no effect here in Clearwater at all.
Did you have movies that scared you when you were a kid? These were my three that scared the heck ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 14, 2018:
The original Texas Chainsaw Murderer was pretty good. I wouldn't say scared me, but it kept me on the edge of my seat. I think the only other movie that was like that for me was the original Alien.
IT'S SNOWING!!!! omg, i'm not ready for this!
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 14, 2018:
Meanwhile where I live,...
Better than a sandwich.
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
I think he would have been fine if he'd mentioned the creamy white center.
Better believe it.
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
That's pretty much me with wine.
Was my phone wallpaper. I miss it
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
Should be an educational vid for all young students. :)
For fans of Frozen (and I hope that suck ass song gets stuck in your heads ?)
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
Never saw frozen, but didn't need to to see this as rather funny.
Somedays, I make myself a list of chores. And only complete them with the idea of cold adult ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
I usually have the cold beverage while doing chores. Then again, I think I start every thing off with a cold beverage. :)
This is the framed drawing I have - that a client of my sister's - did during a manic episode. I ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
That's something I've always wished I could do, draw, or paint. I have a huge admiration for those that can.
I once dated a man for a few months and told him I was falling in love with him. He said don't. What...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
This thought brings me back to another post about "friends with benefits". In my time I've had a few. some worked out rather well because we both agreed that our friendship was more than letting romantic feelings get in the way of that. The only times that it went south was one one or the other grew to want more, and that always ends badly because both are not on the same page. That's just my take, I'm sure that doesn't apply to others.
As a group of mostly open minded people, I am surprised by the number of persons who are openly ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
Where there are people involved there will always be dissonance. For example, There are hundreds of sects of Christianity, so even they can't all agree. The only thing that Atheists, Agnostics, freethinkers, etc. have in common is they all (for the most part) don't believe in a god, or gods. We all have vastly different ideas about every other aspect of life and the universe. Same as believers. To say that we ( Atheists, Agnostics, freethinkers, etc) are more educated, and intelligent is just silly, and historically inaccurate. For example; Isaac newton, Micheal Faraday, Gallileo, and many other very intelligent and giants in their field were all devout Christians. Even today there are believers, albeit a minority, of elite Scientists that are tops of their fields. Francis Collins for one, Kennith R Miller another. plus many more. In all honesty I am glad there is an amount of some sort of dissonance even here on this site. Life would be fucking boring if every one believed and thought the same about everything.
Make this a closed group....consenting members ONLY. We want this to be free of the Agnostic cop
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
I agree.
Need advice/your opinions... Would you go out on a date with someone who has the same name as an ex?...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
I've had that happen and it didn't bother me a bit. Someones name is the least of my concerns about a SO.
[youtu.be] kidZ DOING slipknot, they make me so proud
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 13, 2018:
Someone turned me on to the O'Keef foundation a while back. It always amazes me the great job kids do at playing some great songs.
Who else can relate to this? ???
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 12, 2018:
My christmas wreath is still hanging in my kitchen for about 4 years now.
Friday night party music... If you have a moment, share what you are listening to. :) I've got...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 12, 2018:
thinking of bands from years ago popped another in my head, and looked it up. Glad I did because just listening to this song brought back many great memories. The thing for me is that U2 was like our pet band that no one knew about, but we all played the shit out of them. But somehow after they hit the mainstreem, a bunch of us lost interest. not to say that they haven't made some great songs since, but I still love my back pocket garage band. But, I am glad to see them still kicking it after all these years. https://youtu.be/3kqKPpWSEHs
? who knew?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 12, 2018:
That's just like the catholic priests, only the other guy is too old.
How do you feel after hosting people?
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 12, 2018:
For me it's bitter sweet. I have a lot of friends from where I grew up with in CT. that I have kept in touch with, and I also have some friends I knoe from another blog site that we actually got to meet IRL. Usually they will come down to Clearwater Florida, where I live, which is great. There is a tone to do here, from the great beaches, to fishing in the Gulf, to that many restaurants ( seafood mostly), to sailing and viewing dolphins etc. I live when they all come down, and it's great that my new friends and old get along rather well. But when they all leave I sort of feel hollow. I hate that feeling.
I was notified by one of our mutual friends that my new site was denied status, and yet has almost ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 12, 2018:
I'm not sure how that works either. I started one with no problem, but I've heard from a few people that they had a difficult time getting one going.
Friday night party music... If you have a moment, share what you are listening to. :) I've got...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 12, 2018:
Another one I like a lot is from E.S. Posthumas, Antisa. They have a great way of mixing dreamy sound and vocals with a symphony, and a beat. Not too many know of these guys, but they've been a favorite of mine for a long time. https://youtu.be/f2yJzMgaUAk
I want to start a group! (please don't steal the ideas) what kind of group would you like me to ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 12, 2018:
I can't think of one off hand. I started one myself a while back. But let me know what you come up with. I'd really like to see.
Friday night party music... If you have a moment, share what you are listening to. :) I've got...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 12, 2018:
I've been listening to a lot of music tonight, mostly to some stuff I've not heard in a while. This is a great one from Enya. https://youtu.be/Jl8iYAo90pE
Okay, let's get this party started a few minutes early. I thought we’d kick the evening off with ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 12, 2018:
So about favorite body part. I guess it's my eyes. I heard a lot that I have very intense eyes. Not quite sure what that means, but I'll roll with it.
Okay, let's get this party started a few minutes early. I thought we’d kick the evening off with ...
TristanNuvo comments on Oct 12, 2018:
That is awesome. A winner at the new age crystal shop, or porn. meh, what ever floats your boat.

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