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When being sarcastic we almost always use the masculine derogatory statement (No shit Sherlock) Is ...
seaspot_run comments on Aug 14, 2018:
Lots of people never read a Nancy Drew novel or would know who that is, but Sherlock Holmes is cultural shorthand. I would sort of say the reverse of this is the blonde joke.
azzow2 replies on Aug 14, 2018:
How did Sherlock homes find the blond? with his magnifier of course.
We really need to get a handle on these psychos.. [facebook.com]
azzow2 comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Where was this in New Mexico?
azzow2 replies on Aug 14, 2018:
@DUCHESSA Still have not figured out what town.
When being sarcastic we almost always use the masculine derogatory statement (No shit Sherlock) Is ...
Charity comments on Aug 14, 2018:
We use the feminine quite a bit...."you're such a girl", "quit being a girl", "put your big girl panties on", "quit your bitchin'". I admit, I like telling people to "get up off my dick" when they're grating my last nerve.
azzow2 replies on Aug 14, 2018:
The last on might turn some heads in a public area.
When being sarcastic we almost always use the masculine derogatory statement (No shit Sherlock) Is ...
MissRogan comments on Aug 14, 2018:
U could say that when U R speaking 2 a woman, when applicable. R U writing a sitcom?
azzow2 replies on Aug 14, 2018:
Actually, my novel is about a serial killer.
When being sarcastic we almost always use the masculine derogatory statement (No shit Sherlock) Is ...
ArdentAtheist comments on Aug 14, 2018:
How to turn silver into gold? Silence is golden, duct tape is silver.
azzow2 replies on Aug 14, 2018:
I had seen a documentary on this there is a machine that makes gold the major problem is it takes millions of dollars to make 1 ounce of gold.
It is left-handed day, this is no problem for me I am ambidextrous could prove a problem for only ...
magicwatch comments on Aug 13, 2018:
ambidextrous ?
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
Was going to quick think spell check changed it thank you.
It is interesting how we inherently lie to try and protect others feeling ultimately causing more ...
ScientistV comments on Aug 13, 2018:
Sorry you’re going through something right now. Being needlessly harsh versus objectively true is a different thing. Humans are complex and build relationships and trust, moods impact subjective bias too, but living truthfully is more preferred to me, personally.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
@ScientistV Going to give you a tad of info. I have been single over 5 years when I had moved here one of the local girls was kind of hip on me. I waited almost 1 1/2 years to talk to her. I am kind of cautious my kids come first.
It is interesting how we inherently lie to try and protect others feeling ultimately causing more ...
ScientistV comments on Aug 13, 2018:
Sorry you’re going through something right now. Being needlessly harsh versus objectively true is a different thing. Humans are complex and build relationships and trust, moods impact subjective bias too, but living truthfully is more preferred to me, personally.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
@ScientistV Have and only like one chicken at a time in the romance department. And introvert is up my ally. I knew you were sexy all the way around.
When being sarcastic we almost always use the masculine derogatory statement (No shit Sherlock) Is ...
Tinocca comments on Aug 13, 2018:
You could say Captain Obvious. Captain doesn't have to mean male.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
Being the poetic type Oliver obvious. Like Oliver Twist.
It is interesting how we inherently lie to try and protect others feeling ultimately causing more ...
ScientistV comments on Aug 13, 2018:
Sorry you’re going through something right now. Being needlessly harsh versus objectively true is a different thing. Humans are complex and build relationships and trust, moods impact subjective bias too, but living truthfully is more preferred to me, personally.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
@ScientistV When I was looking for a house a couple of years back I almost went to South Carolina the best friend I have lives there. I actually had looked at houses in North Carolina as well . I love the home body thing btw.
When being sarcastic we almost always use the masculine derogatory statement (No shit Sherlock) Is ...
LiterateHiker comments on Aug 13, 2018:
"Good observation, Sherlock!" I say to hiking partners when they spot something I didn't notice: wildflower, animal track, mountain goat high on a ridge, etc. "No shit, Sherlock," is derogatory. It means they are stating the obvious. I never say that.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
Actually it is oxymoronic because Sherlock was a rather intelligent fellow, just like bird brain birds use a high present of their brain.
-paws at the screen- meow?
azzow2 comments on Aug 13, 2018:
Nice kitty. Do you purr too?
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
@wick3dwond3rland Scratch behind the ears and rub the tummy carefully kitty ticklish.
It is interesting how we inherently lie to try and protect others feeling ultimately causing more ...
ScientistV comments on Aug 13, 2018:
Sorry you’re going through something right now. Being needlessly harsh versus objectively true is a different thing. Humans are complex and build relationships and trust, moods impact subjective bias too, but living truthfully is more preferred to me, personally.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
@ScientistV Your still the sexiest scientist I know.
It is interesting how we inherently lie to try and protect others feeling ultimately causing more ...
ScientistV comments on Aug 13, 2018:
Sorry you’re going through something right now. Being needlessly harsh versus objectively true is a different thing. Humans are complex and build relationships and trust, moods impact subjective bias too, but living truthfully is more preferred to me, personally.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
I am over it, in short, I was barking up the wrong tree. Would have to write a novel to explain it.
-paws at the screen- meow?
azzow2 comments on Aug 13, 2018:
Nice kitty. Do you purr too?
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
@wick3dwond3rland Pet stroke pet stroke nice kitty.
So misunderstood.....
azzow2 comments on Aug 13, 2018:
And all this time I had thought women were hard to read because were texting.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
@Christiep77 Do not think illustrate. Their just eyes always watching screens.
So misunderstood.....
azzow2 comments on Aug 13, 2018:
And all this time I had thought women were hard to read because were texting.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
I did have an ex-girlfriend that sent me to the store with a honey-do list. One of the items she had on the list were cutips. I had to ask one of the lady stock people what a cutip was.
I have a master's degree I was born to my parents, in an apartment, in Tacoma, WA. The same ...
azzow2 comments on Aug 11, 2018:
My story could mirror yours in many respects.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
@nutrition_nerd I use it as a reference and make myself better. Every day I pass the positive aspect of my negative experience on to my kids so that they can have a mentally healthy life.
As the Earth travels a 1000 miles an hour creating our present we thrive because of what was left ...
Dwight comments on Aug 13, 2018:
We are, because we think we are...
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
René Descartes, I think therefore I am.
Trumper repealed the Federal Flood Risk Mansgement Standard.How will this action affect the USA ...
azzow2 comments on Aug 11, 2018:
They sucked anyway I went through 2 floods after the first I tried to get flood insurance and was denied because back then my house was in a 100-year floodplain.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
@Marine Was years ago the house was 180 years old then was not even on a flood map.
It is interesting how we inherently lie to try and protect others feeling ultimately causing more ...
ScientistV comments on Aug 13, 2018:
Sorry you’re going through something right now. Being needlessly harsh versus objectively true is a different thing. Humans are complex and build relationships and trust, moods impact subjective bias too, but living truthfully is more preferred to me, personally.
azzow2 replies on Aug 13, 2018:
Would be nice to run across someone as wise as you.
Kids start back to school tomorrow think their dad is going to have a one occupant party with no ...
slydr68 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Doesn't sound like much of a party...LOL
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
Have to keep it quiet though if my daughter finds out she might make party hats for the cats.
Is it bad when even other poets tell you that you are too complicated?
Willber comments on Aug 12, 2018:
for whom do you write? is your work only worthwhile if others say so?
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
Had many poems on poetry.com they erased that website. I have all kinds of poems and poes humor horror dramatic satire I have a couple of one of my Veteran friends.
We have a ton of pets 2 dogs 3 cats 2 ferrets 1 lizard 1 king snake more rabbits than I care to ...
HippieChick58 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Sounds like a zoo!
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
They say pet responsibility is good for kids. My son has a speech delay and is behind his sister academically. He is very good with pet duties I have to remind my daughter to tend hers.
Kids start back to school tomorrow think their dad is going to have a one occupant party with no ...
Infoguy211 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
School doesn't start until after Labor Day here in Michigan.
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
Classes get out here in May.
Kids start back to school tomorrow think their dad is going to have a one occupant party with no ...
HeraTera comments on Aug 12, 2018:
School is already started here. Having to watch for school buses and school zones now on the morning commute
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
We live in a small town might be 400 people here the classes are small maybe 6 or 7 kids per grade.
Kids start back to school tomorrow think their dad is going to have a one occupant party with no ...
BeccaVa comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Getting up early to take my girls to breakfast before their first day tomorrow. 10th and 12 graders!!!
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
Mine are twins just starting 2ed grade.
Kids start back to school tomorrow think their dad is going to have a one occupant party with no ...
HippieChick58 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Schools in my area are gearing up, I'm not fully sure when they open. I love not having kids in school.
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
My kid's mom has schizophrenia so just after they were born I had to do a bunch of legal b.s so we have been going it alone over 7 years now.
Was listing to NPR a few days ago and almost fell out of my chair, for the first time ever I heard ...
DaveHuntsman comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Sorry;but you’re not- in my view- listening or watching the right things, at least not well. On national TV, there’s, unfortunately, only one true national tv news network left; PBS. The PBS NewsHour (Daily), Frontline (newsmagazine), Nova & Nature (science); all of a quality no longer found on ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
I just only listen to NPR and that is just briefs from my Alexia and Echo.
Kids start back to school tomorrow think their dad is going to have a one occupant party with no ...
Sheannutt comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Sounds good?
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
Kind of a boring party going to invite Chopin to be the entertainment.
Was listing to NPR a few days ago and almost fell out of my chair, for the first time ever I heard ...
skye724 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
I was listening to Fox News for a few minutes last week - until my ears fell off. Bias? Naaaah... Fox is just Trump National TV. Just like RTV in Russia.
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
I do not even pay any attention to the mainstream media. There are way too many glory hunters ABC CBS NBC FOX CNN
Was listing to NPR a few days ago and almost fell out of my chair, for the first time ever I heard ...
helionoftroy comments on Aug 12, 2018:
What was it about?
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
Wish I could recall the exact topic too much going on information since. It was a political newscast, however.
Is it bad when even other poets tell you that you are too complicated?
azzow2 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
So here is one of my lighter poems I suppose it could also be a song. Rain in my boot all I can do is hoot. Rain in my hair never be in despair. Rain on my roof can't come in its full of goop. Rain in my style my dossier is on fire. Rain in my shower makes it smell like flowers. Rain in ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
@Justjoni Not that complex I was looking for my onion poem Seem it might be on one of my other devices.
Is it bad when even other poets tell you that you are too complicated?
azzow2 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
So here is one of my lighter poems I suppose it could also be a song. Rain in my boot all I can do is hoot. Rain in my hair never be in despair. Rain on my roof can't come in its full of goop. Rain in my style my dossier is on fire. Rain in my shower makes it smell like flowers. Rain in ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
@Justjoni I have some that have very hig complexity alot of them were recently lost were on poetry.com before it was removed so some poems I may never recover. Betwixt the inter six, look far back unaxe those of suppose. Lank like a lynx in waifs of mysteriousness, hunt with cautious. Wish of superstitious how vicarious, shift of whimsical pleasantries. Brave bound by fear of depravity, upside down spin round and round. Caution the carnivorous calamity in false unity, freek are the few that get through. Inate the grate lay in wait, surprise will infiltrate the foe when it is too late. Look around is that a spectator, or just an inter onal tdimensiraveler?
Is it bad when even other poets tell you that you are too complicated?
azzow2 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
So here is one of my lighter poems I suppose it could also be a song. Rain in my boot all I can do is hoot. Rain in my hair never be in despair. Rain on my roof can't come in its full of goop. Rain in my style my dossier is on fire. Rain in my shower makes it smell like flowers. Rain in ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
@Justjoni This is not complex I will pick a complex one for you.
Vitamins for Pep ??
azzow2 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Lucy https://youtu.be/cwkzNclZR4s
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
@Sheannutt Had seen one done similar on the Andy Griffith show the Taxi one is the best.
Vitamins for Pep ??
azzow2 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Lucy https://youtu.be/cwkzNclZR4s
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
@Sheannutt This is one of my all-time favorite https://youtu.be/39k067hcgYY
Is it bad when even other poets tell you that you are too complicated?
escapetypist comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Poets tell me I’m a daisy in a field of primroses
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
Sourcream on oleo seems a tad radical lol.
Is it bad when even other poets tell you that you are too complicated?
seattlepanda comments on Aug 12, 2018:
I revel in my complicated-ness...
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
Think sometimes would be better to understand the simplicities.
This one should have gone to be edited. Just trying to clean the wound out. Engine of emotion: As...
Tomfoolery33 comments on Aug 12, 2018:
I like it, but I feel it would be better if you used simpler language.
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
My brain is in a complex state right now. Thank You
I think roughly ninety percent of folks on this site suffer from TDS...
SpikeTalon comments on Aug 12, 2018:
Some guy who goes by the name Bendog blocked me, guess he didn't like the last public post I did, too much truth for him to handle.
azzow2 replies on Aug 12, 2018:
With closed minds like this. The Congress sets examples like this and walks off the job think at least a few would stand and make some effort to gain a logical outcome.
Can you survive? Say all transportation which brings in food was disabled. Would you know what ...
JackPedigo comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Here, on this island we promote resiliency. First off I would never hunt and kill another animal. I have a garden and orchard ans a small reserve of food and water. I have a solar system that would drive the water pumps (well and collection system). Life would be tough but most of us would find a ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
I agree when the situation becomes grim most people pull together.
Pentagon Officials Listen In Silence As Mike Pence Details Plans For Angel-Guided Defense Weapons ...
azzow2 comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Now I want to know what A.N.G.E.L. is an anagram for?
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
@Freedompath I know if I take my hat off and go to the gas stations every one think someone new is in town lol.
How many here have been to the OTHERside and remember? (I have)
LiterateHiker comments on Aug 11, 2018:
The other side of what?
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Perhaps the bed could chase the ghost turds around a tad.
[youtu.be] I just though it's interesting how the councilor said she hadn't had any formal ...
azzow2 comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Would love to see special forces to let them have their way and just rid us of these scum.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
@Lancer Something that has consequences. The domino effect.
It is interesting how we inherently lie to try and protect others feeling ultimately causing more ...
LeslieV2 comments on Aug 11, 2018:
I also debate the ethics of lying to be kind. Is it ok to tell someone they look good, when they don’t in your opinion? I usually think “can the person change whatever it is, at this point? If yes, I am more inclined to tell the truth, if they can’t change it,, I lie. Why make them feel bad?
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
I almost always uncover the truth may be it is my curiosity, I can't say for sure. I prefer bold truth over cowardice lies.
It is interesting how we inherently lie to try and protect others feeling ultimately causing more ...
Marionville comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Be careful how you do this spewing! The absolute truth can be very brutal and sometimes it should be tempered, not by lying, but by being tactful and considerate of other’s sensitivities. I do believe there are degrees of lying, and sometimes a “white” lie can be the kinder option,
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Sighing holding information can be even more hurtful as well.
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SkotlandSkye comments on Aug 11, 2018:
The number #1 rule is that you don't disclose what all you have or people will be pounding on your door looking for handouts. I have a huge garden -- I can, freeze, preserve my own food. I have a seed bank. I believe in the 2nd Amendment, I have multiple CCLs, and I have a 4x4 pickup. That's ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
@SkotlandSkye Last year this same set of seed was a different plant as you can see this one has a ton of budding flowers.
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Seeker3CO comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Weapons: check. Animals: check. Strategy... all from Max Brooks' Zombie Survival Guide. Completely applies to our current reality and your scenario. Wonder why you don't bring up hunting people...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Can hunting or the 4 legged kind
Can you survive? Say all transportation which brings in food was disabled. Would you know what ...
SkotlandSkye comments on Aug 11, 2018:
The number #1 rule is that you don't disclose what all you have or people will be pounding on your door looking for handouts. I have a huge garden -- I can, freeze, preserve my own food. I have a seed bank. I believe in the 2nd Amendment, I have multiple CCLs, and I have a 4x4 pickup. That's ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
@SkotlandSkye Last year I planted sunflowers one of them grew kind of mutated with 5 flowers on one stalk saved some of the seeds this year the mutation is even greater.
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hankster comments on Aug 11, 2018:
ever read "the Road", by Cormac McCarthy...? creepy.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
I will ogle it.
Can you survive? Say all transportation which brings in food was disabled. Would you know what ...
SkotlandSkye comments on Aug 11, 2018:
The number #1 rule is that you don't disclose what all you have or people will be pounding on your door looking for handouts. I have a huge garden -- I can, freeze, preserve my own food. I have a seed bank. I believe in the 2nd Amendment, I have multiple CCLs, and I have a 4x4 pickup. That's ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Seed bank that is a good idea how do you preserve seeds? Do they retain vitality in a sealed vacuum for a prolonged time?
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SkotlandSkye comments on Aug 11, 2018:
There is a Prepper / Survivalist group on here if you are really interested in this subject. https://agnostic.com/group/SurvuvalistsPreppers
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Nope just looking at the creativity of others on this one.
We really need to get a handle on these psychos.. [facebook.com]
azzow2 comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Where was this in New Mexico?
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
What town or city?
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escapetypist comments on Aug 11, 2018:
It seems the better strategy would be to organize rather than go it alone.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Teems can work good sometimes desperation interferes though.
Endangered, on the way to extinct:
azzow2 comments on Aug 11, 2018:
That guy was awesome.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
@bigpawbullets His daughter is pretty brave too.
Can you survive? Say all transportation which brings in food was disabled. Would you know what ...
Jenelle comments on Aug 11, 2018:
As a kid I related so hard to Henry Bemis from this Twilight Zone episode... as a loner and an avid bookworm, my post-apocalyptic life would still be fulfilling as long as I had books — AND MY GLASSES, because I can’t see 5 inches in front of my face without them! ???
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
I remember that episode what a lesson in humility.
Can you survive? Say all transportation which brings in food was disabled. Would you know what ...
patchoullijulie comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Nope. I'm screwed. I would be one of the first ones to go......
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
@patchoullijulie Made me think of that movie where Tom Hanks was stranded on an Island (Cast Away) You would adapt.
[youtu.be] I just though it's interesting how the councilor said she hadn't had any formal ...
azzow2 comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Would love to see special forces to let them have their way and just rid us of these scum.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
@Lancer Seems like a catch 22 we need to have a more vivid approach.
Can you survive? Say all transportation which brings in food was disabled. Would you know what ...
HippieChick58 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
I garden now and know quite a bit about edible plants. Would I kill animals, only if necessary. I eat mostly vegan now. I know a bit about animal care, I am sure I could raise and milk cows and chickens. I will eat eggs and milk products on occasion, I can also sew, make soap, i know how to dry ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
@HippieChick58 And how!
Can you survive? Say all transportation which brings in food was disabled. Would you know what ...
Sydland comments on Aug 11, 2018:
I’d be a goner once my insulin runs out. Coma. Gone. Everyone else can fight over what’s left.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Not sure how they harvest insulin. I will have to look that up.
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Christiep77 comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Yes. And I can. I would lack the weapons making knowledge but I would be ok on the rest.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Think of this you can make a slingshot with a Y stick and pantyhose.
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antitheism comments on Aug 11, 2018:
This is the kind of nonsense right-wing conspiracy theorists think about after they spend a month's salary on emergency rations and supplements from Alex Jones. Boiling water and farming crops would be the least of the concerns. If this occurs you're going to have martial law.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Too many military vets and survival experts for martial law to be effective.
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dahermit comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Survivalists and many people in general have romantic, albeit unrealistic ideas when it comes to apocalyptic level survival. In reality, the game would soon disappear via over-hunting and roving gangs would be looking for people with cashed resources to exploit. It is difficult to hide sheep, ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Right, it would be a riot scene and a kill or be killed scenario.
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Marionville comments on Aug 11, 2018:
I have some sheep I graze on my land so that would keep me going in lamb, and I would barter with my farming neighbours for other meat and milk and eggs etc, I would try to get my hands on some seeds and try to grow on my own land, some vegetables. I have a large store cupboard always full of ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Your biggest problem would be poachers and looters.
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patchoullijulie comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Nope. I'm screwed. I would be one of the first ones to go......
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Your inner survivalist could come out.
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AnneWimsey comments on Aug 11, 2018:
My 18' diameter round pool has 10,000 gallons already, and I have bleach. I hear mice/rats are delicious. I am in a suburban environment, but my brother is near woods, and only a 17-mike walk away. So, live off my body fat, drink the pool water, feed the little dogs moles, then take a hike I ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Grass roots can also provide nourishment as well as insects.
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Mobius comments on Aug 11, 2018:
I’d be alright for the most part. I’m more worried about dealing with other survivors.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
As long as a synergy is agreed upon all would be good.
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Scottzillyun comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Id be eating lotsa fish !
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
@Scottzillyun Not that easy they can be made edible though.
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Eazyduzzit comments on Aug 11, 2018:
I've always thought, I should have been born a couple of hundred years ago. I already do things like building my own house, and woodworking shop. I cut down trees on my property and built a barn. We garden and can vegetables. We've preserved foods by drying them. I've killed squirrels and rabbits ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
As a realist, we know it is unlikely I like to use it as an exercise for the creative part of my brain.
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trblemaker comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Dude, I live out in the middle of the desert, literally miles from civilization and an average police response time of 2 hours. You pretty much just described my life.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
I hear you I live in the high desert as well.
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Aivery comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Nope, I'd die.
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Your pretty someone would surely help you.
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Seeker3CO comments on Aug 11, 2018:
No. But I don't live in worst case scenarios. Won't do it. Life is stressful enough with our jobs, our kids, our other social shit, maintaining a household, and our (for some) personal health. I don't give 8 F&#s about all transportation gone or what plants are edible. It will NEVER matter. ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
Doing theses hypothetical scenarios makes you think and be creative.
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mattersauce comments on Aug 11, 2018:
Depends on why transportation was disabled. That doesn't happen on its own and more likely whatever created the transportation problems is a much larger concern. Your top three most probable large scale scenarios are nuclear fallout, biological contagion, and military occupation. Each one would ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 11, 2018:
This is correct in every way. The best at survival are flexible and try and look at least10 steps ahead.
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HippieChick58 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
I garden now and know quite a bit about edible plants. Would I kill animals, only if necessary. I eat mostly vegan now. I know a bit about animal care, I am sure I could raise and milk cows and chickens. I will eat eggs and milk products on occasion, I can also sew, make soap, i know how to dry ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
As I look around at society the type the you are is a unique rarity.
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jorj comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Being born and raised in the Appalachian mountains, it would be no issue for me to survive. Whether I would help others or not would be my biggest issue. Of course I would help family and friends but other than that I would mostly be survival of the fittest. I know it's harsh but it is what it ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
I have walked those parts those are some of the best survival conditions.
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Scottzillyun comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Id be eating lotsa fish !
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
@Scottzillyun Not sure about acorns they have toxins in them every thing else sounds good though.
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WilliamFleming comments on Aug 10, 2018:
I doubt I’d live very long, but some younger people would. The question is for how long, and if they could raise families. I live on a small farm, but my gardening relies on fuel and machinery. Let’s hope nothing like that ever happens.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
Not many do think of the survival and would cause a lot of suffering. I agree hope it never happens.
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evidentialist comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Yes, I can survive nicely. Lacking my meds would be the bad part, but I think I might be able to make it through that as well.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
@evidentialist Nice is a good feeling to know that that conscience of survival is in your life dossier.
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Wahker comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Right now my freezer is full of deer, prawn and salmon I caught/hunted. Crab I like to eat fresh. I stopped gardening and canning and freezing due to time. So ya it would take an adjustment but I could make it here in BC. Longer winters and no ocean not so confident
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
We are some of the fortunate that prepare for the worst.
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tioteo comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Yes, I could. I've had practical experience with it, having lived in bush Alaska.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
That is one of the toughest survival situations.
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maturin1919 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Anybody with an internet connection could find these things out.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
@maturin1919 My Vulcan like part of my ego might be over thinking.
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evidentialist comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Yes, I can survive nicely. Lacking my meds would be the bad part, but I think I might be able to make it through that as well.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
If you research some there are many alternatives.
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Green_eyes comments on Aug 10, 2018:
I’m high maintenance, dead in no time
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
No wallpaper soup for you then.
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Scottzillyun comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Id be eating lotsa fish !
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
Fish is good except only protein will cause you health problems.
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maturin1919 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Anybody with an internet connection could find these things out.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
@maturin1919 The computers in the vehicle's in froze no planes no boats no radio no trucks the satellite is directly responsible for the computers in the vehicles so it does play a part in delivering food.
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maturin1919 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Anybody with an internet connection could find these things out.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
Logic would say no internet satellite would be disabled it is a form of transportation.
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Gwendolyn2018 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
You lost me at "transpiration."
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
Got to love spell check lol
Deserted desert: Plopped atop this plateau perplexed in obstinate rationalization. Lost ...
Tomfoolery33 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
I like it, but the last line threw me.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
Had the wrong word in the last line mended now.
Deserted desert: Plopped atop this plateau perplexed in obstinate rationalization. Lost ...
Tomfoolery33 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
I like it, but the last line threw me.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
I sometimes do this on is cause to reread the poem.
Talking to the Cat 10 Well, cat. What do you think of this pile of papers I been producing....
azzow2 comments on Aug 10, 2018:
Like overthinking an issue then presenting it through your prospective losing all intended meaning of the issue. Complex write
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
@tnorman1236 Arnt we all, my brain has gotten better however it is always in high gear.
Good question.
azzow2 comments on Aug 9, 2018:
Chief justice of the supreme court John Roberts.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
@tnorman1236 Could not locate any info on our debate did locate this of interest. https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/3/19
Good question.
azzow2 comments on Aug 9, 2018:
Chief justice of the supreme court John Roberts.
azzow2 replies on Aug 10, 2018:
@tnorman1236 have had a teacher look this up for me years back. I will try to locate the info in the morning.
What do you do when you get your hopes up then get thrown down an elevator shaft?
evergreen comments on Aug 9, 2018:
Depends on how far the elevator falls .... and how it lands.
azzow2 replies on Aug 9, 2018:
Mine is always 13 stories up.
What do you do when you get your hopes up then get thrown down an elevator shaft?
bleurowz comments on Aug 9, 2018:
Get myself together, regroup, and try again. And oh, wear a safety harness!
azzow2 replies on Aug 9, 2018:
Like, remember everyone lies.
What do you do when you get your hopes up then get thrown down an elevator shaft?
Sticks48 comments on Aug 9, 2018:
Unless it is a one story elevator shaft. I am pretty sure l will die.
azzow2 replies on Aug 9, 2018:
Just think of the sudden rush.
What do you do when you get your hopes up then get thrown down an elevator shaft?
mordant comments on Aug 9, 2018:
I continue to be amazed at my resilience on the one hand, and lament that after each time that happens I'm a little bit diminished. I've never been one to suggest that suffering is ennobling. We'd unquestionably be better off without it. However ... one learns to expect less and to be unattached ...
azzow2 replies on Aug 9, 2018:
Was chasing several notches down think I will class up.
What do you do when you get your hopes up then get thrown down an elevator shaft?
SpikeTalon comments on Aug 9, 2018:
Guess at that point all you could do is enjoy the ride down, while it lasts that is...
azzow2 replies on Aug 9, 2018:
I do enjoy free fall. I sometimes wake from a dream in free fall it is exhilarating.
Time is irrelevant
azzow2 comments on Aug 9, 2018:
Have recently been pondering time it is quantitative and has meaning for those that need a reference to a start and an end.
azzow2 replies on Aug 9, 2018:
@DeeWoman Talented man
What do you do when you get your hopes up then get thrown down an elevator shaft?
SallyInStitches comments on Aug 9, 2018:
I hope for the best, prepare for the worst & never allow myself to be too hopeful about anything. Yeah, ok kinda sucks but I tend to be pleasantly surprised more often than not & not devestated due to unrealistic e,expectations.
azzow2 replies on Aug 9, 2018:
@SallyInStitches I do not do the random intercourse thing. I try to find logic then do what I do best strategies and maximize my potential.

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