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Name songs, either ones with your own name, or ones you're particularly fond of (or even ones you ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 23, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hBbmD20FuSE
Name songs, either ones with your own name, or ones you're particularly fond of (or even ones you ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 23, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DhtCGZbxTfc
I am rediscovering oldies! Post your favorites here. I'll start with two wonderful songs by Brenton ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 22, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rXpPj-eVIgE
It's Earth Day tomorrow!
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 21, 2018:
For those in my area (Los Angeles in general and the Antelope Valley Metrolink line), the trains and buses are free all day tomorrow. If my friend brings her kids up here, I'll probably take them here. https://www.destinationlancasterca.org/things-to-do/culture-history/joe-davis-heritage-airpark/ Plus, the LA Times Book Festival is at USC. Also free.
I am rediscovering oldies! Post your favorites here. I'll start with two wonderful songs by Brenton ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 21, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HQXbtlbQX70
I am rediscovering oldies! Post your favorites here. I'll start with two wonderful songs by Brenton ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 21, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xgqMW4CHClk
I am rediscovering oldies! Post your favorites here. I'll start with two wonderful songs by Brenton ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 19, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RS5bhTXxr1Y
Selflessness
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 17, 2018:
I think it starts with small things like letting someone with fewer items go ahead of you at the grocery checkout and stuff. That builds into a habit. I'm pleased when it seems like a big deal to someone. One time I had to take a bathroom break while getting work done at the dental school. I had the gear all in my mouth still but took time to hold the door open for a dental student whose hands were full with her equipment tray when all the other students coming and going through the double doors ignored her. She looked at me exasperated and said loudly, "Thank you!," and looking around to the other students, "What's so hard about that?!?" What it needs to be combined with is the understanding that some people become users and take advantage of the good natured. Clueing them into that dynamic is also important. Usually with the small stuff, it doesn't matter as the actions and lack of appreciation of others in that regard shouldn't direct your own behavior, but one must also be on guard when their own disregard for the burden on others can have consequences too severe to be justified.
I am rediscovering oldies! Post your favorites here. I'll start with two wonderful songs by Brenton ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 17, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xAP_z-kEhgk
I guess I'll be by myself in CO in the near future.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 17, 2018:
I'm kinda at Ice Station Zebra where I'm at too (i.e., isolated). I feel for you. Bet you'll make some good friends at college. I'm holding a good thought for you.
The US fired 112 tomahawk missiles launched at Syria for poisoning its own people. Each missile ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 14, 2018:
No proof whatsoever of Assad using chemical weapons. In fact, our bombing took place just before inspectors were set to arrive. He had no incentive to do so either as his forces were retaking previously held areas. This is a massive setup by western powers with a nefarious agenda and war crimes. This is a wag the dog scenario meant to misdirect from so many other crimes taking place, including the Israeli murder of Palestinians, the Saudis slaughtering Yemenis, Trump's legal woes, etc.
My new glasses!
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 11, 2018:
Looking good, Hollywood!
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvNHtJOIJ2A
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSI49GwnvSw
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MTtLZF1ytI
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJRZcbqcYkY
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyOd9eaYWo4
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpARBV-Gpdk Oh.My.Glob!
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeSC_Y7IRjk A medley no less!
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ns9jcYN6-9I
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_K7JvYlb_4
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHZBBNRrano
Cosmology again as the last post in this category got some incredible replies. Many people are ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
This whole discussion brings to mind the line James Burke gave at the final episode of his series Connections. He said, "People have the ability to understand anything, if it's explained clearly enough." I tend to agree and I think the people in here are a powerful demonstration of that. Well done, all.
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RgIK36X3Tw
Cosmology again as the last post in this category got some incredible replies. Many people are ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
That's a big ass star!
Cosmology again as the last post in this category got some incredible replies. Many people are ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
Now here's what I was trying to get my head around when discussing this at another website. I asked how long a photon might take to emerge from a supergiant or hypergiant star. The person that offered an answer actually thought it would take less time than our sun because of its overall composition would be less dense. While that might be true in the outer shells, I would think that the sheer mass would make the core and surrounding shells even more dense. Haven't found an answer online though I recall some university physics departments take questions. https://futurism.com/supergiant-and-hypergiant-stars-compared-to-our-solar-system/
Compliments
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
That I am "good company."
A cosmology question. Every single star we see at night unaided is within our own Milky Way galaxy. ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
More perspective. Earth from the Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars. We *are* a spacefaring people
Compliments
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
This seems like as good a place as any to put this. Your pictures are cute AF and they always make me smile. I was thinking about sending you a PM stating such, but was worried it might come across as unintentionally creepy.
Compliments
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
I once grilled Michael Chertoff at a lecture he gave at our university and co-workers attending came over to congratulate me for holding his feet to the fire. They also told me to watch my back from there on in. LOL.
A cosmology question. Every single star we see at night unaided is within our own Milky Way galaxy. ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
http://www.planetary.org/explore/space-topics/earth/pale-blue-dot.html Carl Sagan's pale blue dot quote is about as moving an observation as to our place in the cosmos as was ever spoken.
A cosmology question. Every single star we see at night unaided is within our own Milky Way galaxy. ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
Turns out after repairing the Hubble space telescope, astronomers were getting readings with some stars being older than the age of the universe (14+ billion years old vs 13+ billion years old). https://m.youtube.com/watch?t=1198s&v=sHA_-XId7BY
A cosmology question. Every single star we see at night unaided is within our own Milky Way galaxy. ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
Putting the distances in our solar system in perspective. Even using the cursor to scroll at impossible speeds, it's far AF between the planetary bodies in our solar system. http://www.joshworth.com/dev/pixelspace/pixelspace_solarsystem.html
A cosmology question. Every single star we see at night unaided is within our own Milky Way galaxy. ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
As the Cheeto Benito states, we're talking about bigly distances. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv1spjsvu-A
A cosmology question. Every single star we see at night unaided is within our own Milky Way galaxy. ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
A couple of clarifications on my info in the original post. https://hypertextbook.com/facts/1999/SaraLi.shtml http://earthsky.org/clusters-nebulae-galaxies/andromeda-galaxy-closest-spiral-to-milky-way
Favorite duets?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
Will check out all those providing links when I get a chance. Thanks for so many great suggestions.
Favorite duets?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 10, 2018:
Leo Kottke with Emmylou Harris https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gPVBXqJiets
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 9, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GJtq6OmD-_Y
Favorite duets?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 9, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ij5tUsRg2S0
Favorite duets?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 9, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Fm-euFpRLMg
Favorite duets?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 9, 2018:
And for the novelty value - https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtZGwMW9HZA
Favorite duets?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 9, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Vf42IP__ipw
Favorite duets?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 9, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2XjOseVwwic
Favorite duets?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 9, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xsVRF6I0gcY
I am rediscovering oldies! Post your favorites here. I'll start with two wonderful songs by Brenton ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 9, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNi2gY7nzTU
Killer cover versions. Bonus points for live.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 7, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVft2yRsWGo
Favorite instrumentals?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 7, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=16B5Xm8_IKw
Boundaries
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 5, 2018:
I often find it an opportunity to express my opposing views. There are indeed though, many times that I choose not to engage. JW's came to my door recently, and I just took their free liturature politely (I like to read - it was an invitation to their "Jesus died for your sins" lecture, with a promise of no asking for donations). I declined to watch their 2 minute presentation on their tablet device as I was pretty grubby answering the door unexpectedly. I might have traded worldviews with them, but the next door neighbors are JW's, and they're really sweet people with adorable kids. Not sure if they'd forbid their kids to interact with me if they knew of my own atheism. I just let pass the things the kids say that show that they're being groomed in the faith. Things like not celebrating holidays and the like. The little boy once even said to me that I should join, LOL. I simply told him that I have a different way of looking at the world and left it at that.
Delicate Procedure; Un-Brainwash
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 4, 2018:
Tell her it's always welcomed that someone 'holds a good thought' for you and if it turns out (somebody's) God is real, then it certainly couldn't hurt. You can then add that you see that people helping other people seems to make the most difference and choose to live your life that way. ------ “If you pray for rain long enough, it eventually does fall. If you pray for floodwaters to abate, they eventually do. The same happens in the absence of prayers.” ― Steve Allen
I did my Spring cleaning today.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 4, 2018:
I have the type of waste baskets that are made to hold plastic grocery bags as a liner. I haven't bought can liners in decades. Even if they're ratty, I double them up and put a few sheets of newsprint in the bottom to prevent puntures and absorb any moisture. Because they're free, when there's something particularly messy, like with food prep, it can get tied off and taken straight out to the trash. I always look for ways to recycle whenever possible. My favorite "invention" is when I trim the top of an 18 egg foam egg carton (the middle ridges on both sides so you get two sets) and place them upside down inside of the small plastic bins packs of mushrooms come in. This makes a tray to place your sink sponge in. It allows the air to circulate so it dries quicker and cleaner, keeps the counter dry, and when it starts to get scummy and a rinse doesn't cure it, you throw it into the recycle bin and make another. There's at least one on and/or under every sink in the house. Reduce, re-use, recycle, reclaim, repurpose.
Today I had my appts and now I'm sitting at home on my computer waiting to eat some lunch. It is my ...
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 2, 2018:
I like how you express good wishes for others as you work to better yourself and your life. What career path are you thinking of? You seem fairly tech savvy as well as compassionate with pretty good people skills.
3 things fixed in a 15 minute doctors appointment.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 2, 2018:
White!
Favorite instrumentals?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 2, 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEs26I8cdEI
My jesus jokes offended 2 Xians today. Oops.
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 1, 2018:
Jesus had a bad 3-day weekend for your sins.
What's your favorite insult?
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 1, 2018:
"Is it hard for you to breathe with your head so far up your tailpipe?"
Run away!!!
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 1, 2018:
Word Salad Level: Expert
Run away!!!
WilliamCharles comments on Apr 1, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=h3hXstqo3H8
What do we all have in common as humans?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 31, 2018:
Being alone inside our heads.
What are some of the best books (concerning atheism) that you have ever read?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 31, 2018:
https://ifarus.com/living-without-religion-paul-kurtz Living Without Religion: Eupraxophy by Paul Kurtz
How does a record player work? I've never seen one up close.
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 30, 2018:
http://www.explainthatstuff.com/record-players.html
Alan Watts. (as I understand) It is a mistake to always watch your flaws in hopes of ...
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 29, 2018:
Sometimes I find comfort in his observation that there is no bad arrangemnet of constellations or the zig and zag of a coastline. It just *is*. While this is not a reason to eschew any self-improvement, it reminds us that we are who we are because of those things that make us unique.
I'm just going to put this here for now, but will be adding some thoughts over the coming days.
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 28, 2018:
The public's working definition of an "assault weapon" is anything with a handle. The ban proposals extend as far as any semi-automatic rifle, as well as clip capacity or fixed nature. Some suggest an allowance for grandfathered features/accessories though you'd have to argue on what basis others are denied. A track record for not causing any trouble? That would allow for weeding out the irresponsible (domestic violence, some level of criminal convictions, etc.). The 2nd Amendment has never been about the right to hunt (save slave catchers), and a militarized police force is the thin blue line before martial law brings in the military. It's always been a numbers game involving the masses and power. Both arms of power (LEO & DoD) operate on an implied premise that they require and deserve zero casualty ROE. That means, a civilian rebellion must resign itself to mass casualties to even consider going against the dominant prevailing power. How bad would things have to get before you joined the ranks of Spartacus? How indifferent would government have to be to treat citizens like the enemy and brutalize at will? Back in the day union organizers were beaten and murdered assisted by industry and the power of the state. Nowadays, is as simple as labeling/defining someone or group as terrorist, thus immediately losing all due process for all intents and purposes.
I'm just going to put this here for now, but will be adding some thoughts over the coming days.
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 28, 2018:
https://samharris.org/the-riddle-of-the-gun/
Do you still have CDs, or is all your music on an MP3 player/cell phone?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 28, 2018:
The compression on digital music, particularly with mp3s, means the sound is inferior. Recordings nowadays deal with this basically by just boosting the highs and lows, washing out much of the richness of the sound.
Facebook used to be my biggest waste of time.
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 27, 2018:
Assume some people are lurkers. They see your posts but don't upvote it.
Board Games
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 25, 2018:
Haven't played in ages. Was quite partial to Scrabble and Risk. Still enjoy my Yahtzee app. That damn robo-player is good!
Do grammar Nazis HAVE to correct people all the time or can they ignore the grammatical error ...
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 25, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VGMa3uqQUXw
Do grammar Nazis HAVE to correct people all the time or can they ignore the grammatical error ...
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 25, 2018:
Where it bothers me is on memes I want to share. Hate when a great meme has some elementary mistake. For myself, I hate when I post something with errors, and there's no edit function. But you're right, what's important are the ideas expressed and that they can be understood.
I tend to try to tread lightly on competing claims unless I have some insight. For every assertion, ...
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 22, 2018:
Here's an interesting take on the Lawrence Krauss allegations by Sam Harris. I've really grown to admire Sam's approach to knowledge and weighing evidence as it were. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vuBhKPy1As
It's snowing where I live and all I can think about is greenery and camping. Cabin fever is ...
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 21, 2018:
Huntington Beach CA midweek last year.
These are the pair of glasses I chose out. They are pink on the sides.
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 20, 2018:
Looks great, Sarah!
Has anyone read a book & when you were finished you felt sad b/c it was the end?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 20, 2018:
Almost every Vonnegut book I read.
What are some of your favorite god/secular/spiritual memes?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 17, 2018:
Too funny.
What is your ringtone and notification sound on your phone?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 17, 2018:
Just use the default ringtones, but want to find the ominous theme from the middle of the Outer Limits episode (not the beginning or end theme). It would be perfect for when my lawyer friend calls to tell me the latest crazy shit going down in the world.
Perseverance
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 16, 2018:
Realizing that all you can do is play the hands you're dealt. Your level of success is what it is. You're still in there pitching. That's all the platitudes and mixed metaphors I got.
Perseverance
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 16, 2018:
Realizing that all you can do is play the hands you're dealt. Your level of success is what it is. You're still in there pitching.
What makes you unique?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 15, 2018:
My desire to make a difference even when it seems futile. "I see a pattern where the randomness of human actions can be directed through probability for an overall cumulative and positive effect. All throughout our society there is a butterfly effect that we are most always oblivious to…I guess my message is to go boldly forth and increase the peace and love and know you are not alone. You may not always be aware of the others choosing to follow this same path as you, but they’re out there, and they’re making a difference.” ~ LanceThruster [from Debbie Mitchell's book "Growing Up Godless" - Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.]
Favorite quotes.
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 12, 2018:
"We can be as honest as we are ignorant. If we are, when asked what is beyond the horizon of the known, we must say that we do not know. We can tell the truth, and we can enjoy the blessed freedom that the brave have won. We can destroy the monsters of superstition, the hissing snakes of ignorance and fear. We can drive from our minds the frightful things that tear and wound with beak and fang. We can civilize our fellow-men. We can fill our lives with generous deeds, with loving words, with art and song, and all the ecstasies of love. We can flood our years with sunshine — with the divine climate of kindness, and we can drain to the last drop the golden cup of joy.” Robert G. Ingersoll, The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol 1: Lectures
I'm sorry for my stressful posts in the last 2 weeks. I'm trying to cope. 2 years ago, if this had ...
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 11, 2018:
I hope you know that sharing your struggles can also help others deal with theirs whether they voice that or not. It helps put my own in perspective. I admire your honesty and tenacity.
I found out in the last year that I like to be at home more, rather than out in public. Some days ...
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 11, 2018:
<--- Homebody mostly. Nice jacket, Sarah.
Do you over-think and over-analyze?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 11, 2018:
I constantly overthink. I've been able to help myself from keeping my mind racing at night by listening to YouTube lectures. I like Alan Watts, Lawrence Krause, Christopher Hitchens, and many others. Most have soothing voices and I can focus on their words as I drift off. I have it low on autoplay so I often wake to something interesting unexpectedly.
Do you eat when you're bored?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 11, 2018:
I have/had a fairly fast metabolism all my life but it's slowing as I get older. I generally find having a light snack of something throughout the day keeps me from fixating on being hungry.
Are you tired when you're not active in the day?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 11, 2018:
You are correct on how forcing yourself to be active helps. I'm guilty of napping if I really need it despite messing with my sleep that night. Thank glob for Exedrin PM.
Last week I went onto MeetMe in hopes of making a friend in town. I did and we are going to ...
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 10, 2018:
I imagine what life will be like when distance is not at issue with making friends and romantic partners. Look at just how much making online friends broadens your horizons. Congrats on your new local friend, Sarah.
This one was a FB memory.
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 10, 2018:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=B9FzVhw8_bY
I was offered a BIBLE !
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 8, 2018:
I'd put it next to my Book of Mormon as being equally fanciful. As Alan Watts once remarked, the bible is inspired, but not as a revelation of a supernatural entity, but as insights of mortals as to the human condition as best as they thought to express it. All the best to you in dealing with your grief. Think of their gesture as no more troubling than a "Bless you" after you sneeze. It's not as if we fear their so-called revealed knowledge.
I found out last night my ex best friend passed away. She had a heart attack. I knew her from my old...
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 5, 2018:
Sorry about your friend. You did your best trying to maintain the bond.
What's in your garden?
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 4, 2018:
I'm in the high desert. My drip irrigation clogged and I had pretty substantial die offs of trees and shrubs. I plan to eventually get landscaped with drought resistance plants. I also have room for adding raised bed planters to grow edibles (The soil being otherwise fairly inhospitable). I particularly want to add shade structures that can handle the extremes (wind and temperature shifts). The trees are nice have turned out to be a little too high maintenance and boost the water bill. On my photo page is the last 3-4 miles to my property. It's 1.2 acres with a dilapidated corral. When I get my finances in order, I'm considering goats for weed abatement, or even participating in the donkey rescue program.
Punctuated Equilibrium in Homo Sapiens
WilliamCharles comments on Mar 2, 2018:
Good question. Only know a little. Otherwise have no idea. Your homo evolutus mention reminded me of this on homo loquax. https://www.neh.gov/about/awards/jefferson-lecture/tom-wolfe-lecture
Do you prefer showers or baths?
WilliamCharles comments on Feb 28, 2018:
Showers are more practical, but I also love a hot whirlpool bath when I can squeeze it in. I hope to be able to afford installing a steam bath one day. I love saunas, jacuzzis, and breathing steam. I want to try the infrared sauna too. I heard they're more economical and therapeutic but I do like the traditional. https://i.pinimg.com/736x/87/83/44/8783444dcf5329cef346dde4911c923b--steam-shower-enclosure-bathtub-shower-combo.jpg
Do you find that Flat Earthers generally tend to be Christian? [youtube.com]
WilliamCharles comments on Feb 27, 2018:
Much of the mythology behind the view is somehow revealed in the bible. It adds the godless origins of those trying to suppress the truth for good measure
Are you allergic to anything? If you are, what?
WilliamCharles comments on Feb 26, 2018:
I had a dermatologist explain how some foods are horrible for acne. Peanuts are the worst for me, though when I say I'm allergic to peanuts, I have to qualify it. Also worth knowing, for anyone with that skin condition, the drug Accutane was a virtual cure for me.
Envisioning the future of sex
WilliamCharles comments on Feb 26, 2018:
A real doll type bot has no appeal, but a Thandie Newton synthetic as was in Westworld would be tempting. Also, the changes that youth bring about will shape the future, from online hookups to defining one's own sexuality as societal attitudes evolve.
I posted this in response to a Jim Daly article at the Focus on the Family webpage shortly before ...
WilliamCharles comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Hey! My quote diagrammed in all its glory! "God sent God to die for God so that God could forgive God's creations according to God's unbending rules." [tm] ~ LanceThruster [Too Rube Goldberg for my tastes btw]
Oopsie Daisy
WilliamCharles comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Those are two new ones! My strangest was the Stone's Star, Star (Starfucker). I thought the chorus was "Door Funky" though in my defense it was the garbled radio version without the offending obscenity. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/mental-mishaps/201104/bathroom-the-right-misheard-and-misremembered-song-lyrics
WWYD?
WilliamCharles comments on Feb 25, 2018:
Depends. You could dial-in variables that could argue for either choice.
I just read that GMO rice is being banned in China...but not in the USA ...via the FDA.
WilliamCharles comments on Feb 22, 2018:
The damaging effects of GMO's is often in its usage. Countless products are contaminated with glyphosates because the plants are modified to be resistant to Roundup weed killer. https://www.rodalesorganiclife.com/food/how-much-toxic-roundup-are-you-eating
I'm really excited about my day off tomorrow! I will get up early and take the bus to the downtown ...
WilliamCharles comments on Feb 21, 2018:
I like your battle plan. Sounds like the right attitude.
Oldies but Goodies..
WilliamCharles comments on Feb 20, 2018:
My dad liked big band - born in 1927 - died 2015 (he could swing dance and got free sea cruises later in life to be a shipboard dance partner). As the decades rolled on, he liked an assortment off the pop charts, and there were car rides with him singing along to "Good Morning Starshine" or other bubble gum pop. I think of myself as being similarly eclectic regardless of genre. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whmzEXywq40
I'm just going to put this here for now, but will be adding some thoughts over the coming days.
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