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Teachers + guns. I think it's a shit idea. What do you think?
azzow2 comments on Mar 12, 2018:
There are tons of unemployed veterans why not give them security jobs guarding schools 24/7
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@MrPKitty Would be a traffic start for a federal lottery. All proceeds to protect kids and employ veterans.
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dahermit comments on Mar 12, 2018:
What does your Constituion say in regard to the requirements to be president? Does it say that a person has to have served in the military? Do you want your congressman to sponser a bill to amend the Constitution?
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@dahermit Would be insane they all have hope of being the commander and chief.
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GipsyOfNewSpain comments on Mar 12, 2018:
No DD-214, Not getting My Vote. MY Vote, My Requirement. NO EXCEPTIONS!
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@evidentialist The most positive thing that could possibly happen is the personal in the military would gain some respect of who is leading them.
I have been sort of estranged from my family for a while. The main reason is that they are Christain...
azzow2 comments on Mar 12, 2018:
I got what is wrong with you, you must have a mental illness. I stoped worrying about what beople thought about me long ago. Have had girlfriends in the past because they were of the religous nature some of my family had hoped that they would lead me to their thinking. Do not think so.
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@Shelton Was pointed at myself did not intend to imply any thing.
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MrPKitty comments on Mar 12, 2018:
He can't walk the length of a golf course, you want him to run an obstacle course? He'd drown trying to belly crawl thru the mud.
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
Can you see Sanders where's my defibrillator Clinton there has to be a chit for that this is not humanly possible . lol
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ScienceBiker comments on Mar 12, 2018:
:-D
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@ScienceBiker TFYS I know can you see how many self inflected gunshots there would be or they would pull a Cheney
I love reading! Anyone else? If so who are your favorite authors and what genre do you prefer?
azzow2 comments on Mar 12, 2018:
Dean Knootz, James Patterson, Stephen King, Mark Twain many others
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@CollegiateJules You got my reading juices flowing. Kind of hard right now because I have 7 year old twins that demand a lot of attention. I did recently rejoin Amazon kindle reading club. Sitting here listening to Chopin, I could pick up a novel and go on a reading marathon.
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dahermit comments on Mar 12, 2018:
What does your Constituion say in regard to the requirements to be president? Does it say that a person has to have served in the military? Do you want your congressman to sponser a bill to amend the Constitution?
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
The Constitution has been amended in the past, why not conform now?
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godef comments on Mar 12, 2018:
I thought boot camp was for computer nerds (like myself).
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@Meep70 I do not have the math skills to do it. I do however have an Idea for improving binary system to from certain aspects change the computer world. I had presented my idea to a computer engineer he was working on a system to run commands in a different construct. Unfortunately we lost contact with each other.
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GipsyOfNewSpain comments on Mar 12, 2018:
No DD-214, Not getting My Vote. MY Vote, My Requirement. NO EXCEPTIONS!
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
Am a veteran as well TFYS
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godef comments on Mar 12, 2018:
I thought boot camp was for computer nerds (like myself).
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@Meep70 There is another option Linux operating system. Even the nerd word knows there has to be other choices.
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godef comments on Mar 12, 2018:
I thought boot camp was for computer nerds (like myself).
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
No DOS involved.
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WizardBill comments on Mar 12, 2018:
Except, physical tests for Office are not something that should be required imo. I think they should get some training in military matters, but not necessarily physical training requirements.
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
If they are not healthy enough why put them in office? They put so many stipulations on us they need to show some backbone to prove our worthiness.
I love reading! Anyone else? If so who are your favorite authors and what genre do you prefer?
azzow2 comments on Mar 12, 2018:
Dean Knootz, James Patterson, Stephen King, Mark Twain many others
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@CollegiateJules Four Past Midnight was my first novel I ever read completely still remains one of my top reads. Dean Koontz False Memories was hard to put that one down. Loved James Patterson The original Maximum Ride. The adventures with Alex Cross.
When America was trying to be different from the European oppressors, many things were changed the ...
Rickyy comments on Mar 12, 2018:
May I ask how our constitution is a religious document?
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the BLESSING of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. I capitalize one of the hints in the preamble.
How reliable is the study of history?
misstuffy comments on Mar 11, 2018:
History is always told from the point of view of the victors.
azzow2 replies on Mar 11, 2018:
Except in Mata Hari and Aleister Crowleys case LOL.
Was thinking, has life gotten so complex that even casual experiences have to be navigated with ...
Zster comments on Mar 11, 2018:
Not that I have experienced, but others' experiences likely vary. I am a casual and spontaneous "wing it" sort. That has mostly served me well so far. Do you have any examples or potential explanation for the trend that this post refers to? I might have missed the boat with my answer as I sort of...
azzow2 replies on Mar 11, 2018:
Most likely it is me I am complex, so I just assume everything is complex. Just have a tendency to look at an extreme amount of details in every aspect.
What is your opinion of Mr. Rogers and the fact that he was a Presbyterian minister?
azzow2 comments on Mar 10, 2018:
I had heard he was a bad ass military guy from what I gather this was a rumor.
azzow2 replies on Mar 10, 2018:
@TheMiddleWay I gather this was a rumor, was the prelude to your comment .
BenefIts of books
azzow2 comments on Mar 9, 2018:
All the trees are shivering at your post.
azzow2 replies on Mar 10, 2018:
@Triphid Are you aware that a very small amount is actually recycled.
Do you "collect" anything? What is it, and do you display your collection?
Donotbelieve comments on Mar 9, 2018:
I collect rocks. I display them willy nilly. I am easy to "buy" for.
azzow2 replies on Mar 10, 2018:
I have some rocks in my rock garden you might enjoy, I had picked out some that were rather interesting my son also thought so and he has them hidden on me.
This is not for those that are acrophobic. Would you walk on a thin wire stretched across a cavern ...
girlwithsmiles comments on Mar 10, 2018:
Well I've climbed, bungee jumped and learnt trapese and tissu. But, 'thin' wire? rubber bands and parachute jumps; probably not ;) Taking part in a slam poetry competition made my knees knock much more than my fear of heights ever did!
azzow2 replies on Mar 10, 2018:
Have written tons of poems, not sure what slam poetry is?
Getting pecocks in the spring. This will be my first large birds. I have leghorn chickens and they ...
AncientNight comments on Mar 9, 2018:
No experience with peacocks, other than they had some at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia when my wife worked there years ago. they trained the peacocks to display their tails when someone pointed a finger at them. This usually happened when one of the trains went by to WOW the tourists. The ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 9, 2018:
Not many people around me luckily, there is a farm pasture up behind my house and I have 2 acres think that the neighbors should not be too bothered by the noise.
Chernobyl, I have seen that several different kinds of animals are genetically changed from that ...
Pooska comments on Mar 8, 2018:
Soooo.....when do we get Mothera?
azzow2 replies on Mar 8, 2018:
Almas but really disconfigured ones.
Chernobyl, I have seen that several different kinds of animals are genetically changed from that ...
jlynn37 comments on Mar 8, 2018:
Would you provide a link to a source that mentions genetically changed animals at Chernobyl?
azzow2 replies on Mar 8, 2018:
@jlynn37 Was on the TV animal planet have not built a holographic interface or put cirtury in my brain as of yet to be able to give you a scale model, I am sure there is someone working on that technology as we write.
Chernobyl, I have seen that several different kinds of animals are genetically changed from that ...
MrPKitty comments on Mar 8, 2018:
Mutations and evolitionary changes are two different things
azzow2 replies on Mar 8, 2018:
Well every halloween mutations happen, they seem to be recovered by November 1st. My children are evolving to be smarter than me and that is welcome and life long.
Chernobyl, I have seen that several different kinds of animals are genetically changed from that ...
silverotter11 comments on Mar 8, 2018:
And *now* we have Fukishima. Wonder what will come crawling outta the ocean.
azzow2 replies on Mar 8, 2018:
@Jnei And that accident was fairly recent.
Chernobyl, I have seen that several different kinds of animals are genetically changed from that ...
jlynn37 comments on Mar 8, 2018:
Would you provide a link to a source that mentions genetically changed animals at Chernobyl?
azzow2 replies on Mar 8, 2018:
@jlynn37 I just put Chernobyl in dogpile search engine and tons of credible results showed up including National Geographic reports
Chernobyl, I have seen that several different kinds of animals are genetically changed from that ...
mt49er comments on Mar 8, 2018:
If the mutations changed the species, they'd have a new category. I'd consider they're likely just mutated, not evolved and would still be able to produce normal offspring if they were to mate with another outside of the impacted area.
azzow2 replies on Mar 8, 2018:
One of my thoughts, never verified is it possible that a radioactive rock mutate apes into what we have evolved to today?
Chernobyl, I have seen that several different kinds of animals are genetically changed from that ...
jlynn37 comments on Mar 8, 2018:
Would you provide a link to a source that mentions genetically changed animals at Chernobyl?
azzow2 replies on Mar 8, 2018:
@MikeFlora Had seen it on animal.planet
Is there something to psychedelics?
azzow2 comments on Mar 8, 2018:
I am as lucid as a cuckoo, I say that because the cuckoo bird supposedly uses a lot more of its brain than other animals do. I can write some intense poems and I am drug free and have not touched alcohol in well over 7 years. So from personal experience, I think drug use is a pissy excuse and people...
azzow2 replies on Mar 8, 2018:
@Ungod I have not been ill in some time can't remember the last time even.
To all the strong women out there, we are ALL WonderWoman
GoldenDoll comments on Mar 8, 2018:
Sorry, I don't like the costume. Obs designed by a man.
azzow2 replies on Mar 8, 2018:
You might be more of the Tomb Raider costume kind of woman.
Pride
azzow2 comments on Mar 8, 2018:
This some advice that my dad gave me long ago. Love is like a lottery ticket you are going to buy a lot of losers but eventually you will be in the right place at the right time and a winner will show up. Remember that everyone has different quarks and if you can tolerate the idiosyncrises in ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 8, 2018:
@GoldenDoll if you could date about 10 a day for the for 365 days that would not even put a dent in the number. Well do not find one and try and change them people are hard to change although with lots of treats they can be coaxd.
Dawkins or Hitchens?
azzow2 comments on Mar 7, 2018:
Trying get started on Sense and sensibility keep falling asleep before I get to it.
azzow2 replies on Mar 7, 2018:
@BeeHappy The original not the sissy version. Made it through Huck Fin wore the dictionary out in the process.
I have to do this again, just because it is weighing on my mind after a conversation I had a bit ...
azzow2 comments on Mar 6, 2018:
Even though the fire arms stay in a safe. The primitive weapons are always at hand I have a crossbow with in arms reach and my compound bow is easy access too. I figure they are quiet in the event of more than one problem to take care of. The gun is something that deems great respect it has saved ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 6, 2018:
@evidentialist Just was thinking about some historical data with my thought that guns saves lives. In the instances of Hitler's ideas of genside because of guns the world was able to pull together and force change. As well as in many other situations so in that respect guns saves lives. In a civic environment guns have no place. When a farmer shoots a predator to protect his livelihood guns belong. With the way the laws are set up would be unfair to say the farmer can have a gun and diamond jewelry could not . The diamond jeweler also has a livelihood to protect but a diamond is not going to solve being hungry.
Stephen King fans?
Roadster comments on Mar 5, 2018:
I have read almost everything he has written including under Bachman. Dark Tower series is my favorite, and is a must for those who have read his other works. Favorite single novel is Hearts in Atlantis. His novella, Apt Pupil, had me waking in a cold sweat. The endings of many of his ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 5, 2018:
The Hearts in Atlantis book was excellent they screwed the pooch on the movie though.
We talk about movies and music a lot but never art so, what is your favorite piece of art? ...
Xenocat comments on Mar 5, 2018:
don't really have a single favorite piece of art but I can name some of my favorite artists: Salvador Dali H.R. Giger Roger Dean M.C. Escher
azzow2 replies on Mar 5, 2018:
The melting clock great piece.
Alright... let's go there. Polyamory vs. Monogamy or however you want to phrase it... Do you...
azzow2 comments on Mar 4, 2018:
From a health/phylogloy stand point monogmous is the best. If you are into fantasies fulfillment then a Ménage à trois might be for you.
azzow2 replies on Mar 4, 2018:
@Roadster Have seen several friends float around to different partners they always seem to be the most unhappy the ones that are true to one partner seem to have better optimistic views. Also observing nature the animals with the bigger brain power like birds seem to survive better in a mated relationship.
What is symbolically - metaphorically meaningful to you?
azzow2 comments on Feb 23, 2018:
The praying mantis for being stealthy and deadly a graceful creature. The essence of survival. The scorpion certain types can kill an animal 100,000 times it's size with just a pin head full of poision. Symbolizes how unbalanced nature can be. I chose creatures because we as people could learn a ...
azzow2 replies on Feb 24, 2018:
@VictoriaNotes My thoughts are profound I value the memories in my head to be worth more than material objects. Things can be replaced the construct of an idea can only be elaborated on. Example today we had a long day in the car my kids and I. My kids were bantering back and forth about a something. It sounded to me like my daughter said to my son "you have a peacock in your pants". I said to my son how did you get a peacock in your pants well this was just hilarious to the kids. We got to walmart and happened to run across some kids around the same age as mine, I said to the little boy do you have a peacock in your pocket. Cracked my kids up. That to me is worth more than any material object will ever bring.
So sayeth Queen
azzow2 comments on Feb 22, 2018:
According to the band poison flat bottom girls do.
azzow2 replies on Feb 22, 2018:
@RavenCT just potential. Inertia and mass in the latter.
I have looked briefly for the answer for this question. Ever perplexing. What is the going ...
RobCampbell comments on Feb 21, 2018:
Sci Fantasy describes the 'White Hole' being the ejection point of a black hole. So far just fantasy.
azzow2 replies on Feb 21, 2018:
White hole as in reality is not the antithesis of a black hole however it could be a tornado of sorts like confused energy. In other words the photons that would be acting erratically. I take this idea from ball lightning.
I have looked briefly for the answer for this question. Ever perplexing. What is the going ...
Meep70 comments on Feb 21, 2018:
Empty space, with its near infinitesimal mass, would be the opposite of a black hole, being of near infinite mass, right?
azzow2 replies on Feb 21, 2018:
My thought is from every conclusion that is drawn there is some aspect ignored or forgotten. Empty space is a vacuum, so then your conclusion in a perspective would be that a black hole is creating the vacuum?
I'm fairly sure that I am the only single atheist in eastern NM. SOMEONE save me!
azzow2 comments on Jan 16, 2018:
Don't think you are that alone. I am here in Vaughn and have heard that there is another free thinker here out of 400 people. I have been here a year and have yet to met them though.
azzow2 replies on Feb 20, 2018:
@farmboy2017 I am retired. The school ,train, motels this town gets busy sometimes.
I quit alcohol around 7 years ago. I do enjoy the flavor of beer. I have been dabbling in non ...
BucketlistBob comments on Feb 13, 2018:
Well... I have a drink every now and then... beer swells me up. I like it neet.
azzow2 replies on Feb 13, 2018:
That is renal related. I knew a guy when I was in the service 1 beer his lips would swell like elephantiasis.
I quit alcohol around 7 years ago. I do enjoy the flavor of beer. I have been dabbling in non ...
GipsyOfNewSpain comments on Feb 13, 2018:
Congratulations on your 7 years... I did 5 years once. Now I do when I do... sometimes going months without. I am in a every day drinking environment but do not stick to me so I end up observing the drinking of the drunk with a smile. Something I learned in Germany was in a glass... half glass of ...
azzow2 replies on Feb 13, 2018:
More of a responsible parent issue for me. I find that I can get high with just thoughts these days as if I am evolving.
Pffftttt.... there aren't enough sarcastic people here.
azzow2 comments on Jan 11, 2018:
My brothers ex wife would state that she need to go to church to get saved. My retort was what are you going to get saved from. Crack my little brother up every time.
azzow2 replies on Feb 11, 2018:
@PhitDoctor50 I can't give the devil any due for a happen stance of physics that happens to fall in my favor an extraordinary amount of times.
Friday Love!
azzow2 comments on Feb 9, 2018:
Watching resident evil the 4th movie tonight might plot taking over the world next Friday tonight a couple of non alcoholic beer and a movie is not as exciting as taking over the world but is a minor cure for the humdrum.
azzow2 replies on Feb 10, 2018:
@Sadoi was thinking of the cigarette smoke. Have you done steps to elevate your core temp. I know a trick that will help not trying to be funny they say sex helps relieve ill symptoms self indulging can also help. Trying to think of things to help you.
Friday Love!
azzow2 comments on Feb 9, 2018:
Watching resident evil the 4th movie tonight might plot taking over the world next Friday tonight a couple of non alcoholic beer and a movie is not as exciting as taking over the world but is a minor cure for the humdrum.
azzow2 replies on Feb 9, 2018:
@Sadoi the main reason that you are so drained from being sick is your electrolytes are zapped smoking can drain your electrolytes even more. Get some smart water has lots of electrolytes in it. Zinc can help with the congestion. The main reason chicken soup is such a good moms cure is it helps supposedly boost electrolytes.
If you could meet any historical figure, who would it be?
azzow2 comments on Jan 16, 2018:
Thomas Edison what diligence he must have had 2000 tries to make a light bulb before he discovered exactly what would work.
azzow2 replies on Feb 4, 2018:
@Ride_Captain He was a scroundle. He dissed Tesela
Name your hypocrisy
azzow2 comments on Feb 3, 2018:
They should stop lethal injection and start using liquid nitrogen to euthanize death sentences. Would eliminate the cruel accusers.
azzow2 replies on Feb 4, 2018:
@MrLizard Thought since we created it the name could be cyrocide the act of sledging a convicts frozen corps.
What are some things you wish you could blink out of existence?
azzow2 comments on Feb 3, 2018:
Stupidity especially prejudices, spite, negative judgemental opinions, the suppression of technological advancements.
azzow2 replies on Feb 4, 2018:
Had forgotten to add time to my list just think of all the things that could be accomplished with the absence of time.
What are some things you wish you could blink out of existence?
BucketlistBob comments on Feb 3, 2018:
1. Sharks 2. Jelly fish 3. Electric eels 4. All cancers 5. Dementia 6. Alzheimer 7. 8. Mosquitos 9. 10. Bed bugs 11. Roaches 12. Rats Ok that's enough for now..lol. Oh my!!! Please note that spell check has turned on me againg... I love..... Love.
azzow2 replies on Feb 4, 2018:
@VictoriaNotes roflmao I was wondering about that. The way it read to me. It looked like you wanted Bob to add love to the list.
What are some things you wish you could blink out of existence?
BucketlistBob comments on Feb 3, 2018:
1. Sharks 2. Jelly fish 3. Electric eels 4. All cancers 5. Dementia 6. Alzheimer 7. 8. Mosquitos 9. 10. Bed bugs 11. Roaches 12. Rats Ok that's enough for now..lol. Oh my!!! Please note that spell check has turned on me againg... I love..... Love.
azzow2 replies on Feb 4, 2018:
@VictoriaNotes Do not think love is the problem people that do not respect love are more the problem.
Name your hypocrisy
azzow2 comments on Feb 3, 2018:
They should stop lethal injection and start using liquid nitrogen to euthanize death sentences. Would eliminate the cruel accusers.
azzow2 replies on Feb 3, 2018:
@MrLizard freezing to death the nerves become paralyzed. It is super quick certain death.
How many places have you lived?
azzow2 comments on Jan 31, 2018:
Somewhere in outer space, Boulder Co(nanu nanu), Erie Pa, Monroeville, Pa Whitehall Pa, Trexlertown Pa, Allentown Pa, Emmaus Pa, Guam, Dacusville SC, Huntington Beach Ca, Garden Grove Ca, Vaughn NM.
azzow2 replies on Jan 31, 2018:
@JLFowler My brother has a house he rents out off Lampson.
How many places have you lived?
BeeHappy comments on Jan 31, 2018:
Michigan, Texas, Nevada and less than a year in South Carolina and Stockholm, Sweden.
azzow2 replies on Jan 31, 2018:
Went to Pickens High School my junior year. Have a friend I met back them, he and I have stayed friends for over 30 years.
Have you ever burned a bible?
azzow2 comments on Jan 31, 2018:
Can't remember burning one have thrown them in the trash though.
azzow2 replies on Jan 31, 2018:
@Stevil I have a nice wood stove try to burn wood to save on the propane use. If I by slim chance come into possession of a misleading fabrication of such, I will see if it lights up fast.
5 Freedoms of Animal Welfare 1. Freedom from hunger & thirst. 2. Freedom from discomfort. 3. ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 30, 2018:
Last time I had looked humans were animals, mammals as I remember.
azzow2 replies on Jan 30, 2018:
@btroje I have heard that kind of statement in the past. Just being my normal wiseness lol
5 Freedoms of Animal Welfare 1. Freedom from hunger & thirst. 2. Freedom from discomfort. 3. ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 30, 2018:
Last time I had looked humans were animals, mammals as I remember.
azzow2 replies on Jan 30, 2018:
@btroje What did she think, we are cyborgs.
How many of you have exited from a cult?
GipsyOfNewSpain comments on Jan 30, 2018:
Do the United States Navy counts?
azzow2 replies on Jan 30, 2018:
@GipsyOfNewSpain And the same to you.
How many of you have exited from a cult?
GipsyOfNewSpain comments on Jan 30, 2018:
Do the United States Navy counts?
azzow2 replies on Jan 30, 2018:
I was in that cult not so bad now looking back as it was doing it.
Are the Millenials right and we judge them too harshly?
azzow2 comments on Jan 30, 2018:
Seems like a lot of young people spend a lot more time in the video game world, could be they are satisfying their aggression on killing evil avatars.
azzow2 replies on Jan 30, 2018:
@EricTrommater Today they just pull the phone out of their pocket instant bad guy death. We had to go to the pizza shop or our friends house that had a videogame consol, just think of all the trouble you could find on the way.
Since I had read some questions that were relating to randiness. Thought what aphrodisiacs do you ...
BucketlistBob comments on Jan 30, 2018:
Coke.... I heard some stuff in the NA meetings...lol
azzow2 replies on Jan 30, 2018:
@BucketlistBob What do they talk about in a sex addiction meeting. Maybe we don't want to know the answer to that.
Am I the only person on this site who doesn't have a pet?
Sacha comments on Jan 30, 2018:
I don't have any pets at the moment, though I used to have cats, and they were free to roam in and out when the choose to. I had never heard of anyone having inside only cats until I watched Animal planet with that cat guy can't remember his name. I could never keep cats inside all the time. Though ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 30, 2018:
I have mine inside because too many predators and birds of prey around my house.
Since I had read some questions that were relating to randiness. Thought what aphrodisiacs do you ...
BucketlistBob comments on Jan 30, 2018:
Coke.... I heard some stuff in the NA meetings...lol
azzow2 replies on Jan 30, 2018:
Those must be some interesting discussions.
If you were asked to submit a song for a porn soundtrack, what song would you add?
azzow2 comments on Jan 30, 2018:
AC/DC Big balls
azzow2 replies on Jan 30, 2018:
One night in Bangkok also crossed my mind.
I do not fear death, in view of the fact that I had been dead for billions and billions of years ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 29, 2018:
Samuel Clemens was trying to break down his pen name what I came up with was this Mark or to stay Twain was a word for being inebriated .
azzow2 replies on Jan 30, 2018:
@Dwight https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2013/10/now-we-know-how-samuel-clemens-became-mark-twain/310292/
Is this True Love?
RoadGoddess comments on Jan 29, 2018:
Well, we all know the "never ends" part is a lie. All relationships end, the lasting ones, finally, in death. Depressing, for sure. But, to me, a reminder to not waste the opportunity to love others wildly and without regret. I say, life is short, so be a fool for love--and never take it for ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
@BeeHappy I acquiesce, thought a civil word.
I do not fear death, in view of the fact that I had been dead for billions and billions of years ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 29, 2018:
Samuel Clemens was trying to break down his pen name what I came up with was this Mark or to stay Twain was a word for being inebriated .
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
@Dwight He was a unsuccessful gold prospect long before the river boat. I will try to find where I located it before , will have to check in the morning kindle is good for some things not searching though.
Is this True Love?
azzow2 comments on Jan 29, 2018:
Left out, is abhorrent and admits defeat and kowtows to errors.
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
@BeeHappy I had a lot of those qualities once. Basically get you is, oh your a nice guy.
If you were shy and felt like doing something bold and you had one occurrence of anonymity what ...
Duke comments on Jan 29, 2018:
Oooooo... good question. I have a million ideas running through my head right now. Most of them would gain me a lot of money. But, I'd probably spike the communion "wine" with peyote just to mess with people and gain nothing.
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
My first choice for spiking is ergot that is the fungus that grew on the wheat that caused so many people to be tried for witchcraft. It just so happens to be one of the ingredients in LSD.
Is this True Love?
RoadGoddess comments on Jan 29, 2018:
Well, we all know the "never ends" part is a lie. All relationships end, the lasting ones, finally, in death. Depressing, for sure. But, to me, a reminder to not waste the opportunity to love others wildly and without regret. I say, life is short, so be a fool for love--and never take it for ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
To set unrealistic goals is a set up for let down. I have had my heart ripped dripping blood thrown in the dirt lit on fire and sealed in cement tossed into a cesspool. I still get up every day and think is there just one person out there that might pique my interest.
“So effing cute!!”
azzow2 comments on Jan 29, 2018:
It is somewhat perplexing what simpler times are though. If they contend just a 100 years back flu and illness would kill thousands, 1000 years back plague would kill hundreds of thousands 100,000 years back no language and everyone just grunted at each other.
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
@resserts Did not think the flu vaccination has been around that long, just within the last 15 or so years chickenpox vaccination came out. I never understand those political cartoons.
What are your favorite websites?
azzow2 comments on Jan 27, 2018:
Pogo.com have been playing on there since it` inception. Wikipedia , Brainy Quotes, Dictionary.com. Amazon, Agnostic of course, newegg.com, dogpile search engine .
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
@silvereyes Do the Crossword daily, Word Whomp are my favorite I do the badges every week. Just about all the games are well thought out. I pay the 40$ a year for Club Pogo is worth it to me. I like the badges and challenges.
This one's about you?
Kalumpus comments on Jan 21, 2018:
Honest Good father Totally unique
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
@SonderOpia Books, even though I love to read can be a selfish opinion of the author perspective .
Hello all :) After being bombarded with god-fearing suitor after god-fearing suitor via many ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 28, 2018:
I never did figure out what god-fearing ment I asked several of the scammers they never did give me an answer. I did state on several occurrences to the scammers if there was a god why would I fear it. I never got a response, go figure.
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
@AxeElf Someone has to inform those scammers they are using the wrong word. lol
Television- The great bullshitter
azzow2 comments on Jan 26, 2018:
Is not a wonder they gear these shows to the average Jane/John doe with the below average IQ if things are complex they will not get viewers so the advertisers won't buy add space. So things with intelligence are more difficult to find to watch. Even some of the documentary channels have dumbed down...
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
@Sadoi Has been some time since I watched conventional TV going to build an antenna one of these days. Was referring to lions hunting.
Conversations
azzow2 comments on Jan 28, 2018:
I had this friend when I was a freshman in highschool. They had those games like zork I II III. There was one called Wish Bringer my friend and myself solved it in a 24 hour marathon which entailed a lot of talking. Would that count?
azzow2 replies on Jan 29, 2018:
@Sadoi Zork when you finished that, I can remember back big part in the back then the second well the third one came it was like impossible to solve. Can not recall the covers. At that time I was more than poor and friends would hook me up with software.
Which high rate atheist state/country would you love to move to?
Sacha comments on Jan 28, 2018:
I am happy as in New Zealand :D I could say Iceland, but I am not sure I could cope with the 6months of light and 6 months of dark thing. I would love to visit though.
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
Think hunting and trapping would be in you future if you went there to live. To boot you would be extra cold because living in a warmer climate. Your blood would be thinner than people that live in a cold climate. It might take a couple of years until your blood got thicker.
If you were a biologist with unlimited resources and wanted to create a virus what would you target ...
BucketlistBob comments on Jan 28, 2018:
Cancer... protein build up in the brain to cure Alzheimer.... stuff like that.
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
That is progressive, we need a council that pharmaceuticals can't get in their pocket.
If you were a biologist with unlimited resources and wanted to create a virus what would you target ...
twshield comments on Jan 28, 2018:
I am already a biologist and I would not like to take this approach as there could be potential unforeseeable side effects to humans. I would rather create a large EMP and fry every electronic device on the planet. Return humanity to the basics.
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
@twshield Murder might raise for a while. lol
If you were a biologist with unlimited resources and wanted to create a virus what would you target ...
shockwaverider comments on Jan 28, 2018:
Why would you want to do that? We still use oil. If you said coal, that would make more sense. I'd create a virus that destroys pollutants.
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
@shockwaverider Unfortunately he has to rely on what is available for now. I hope it will improve. They will need to have a 100% solar or wind powered manufacturing plant. Geothermal is not efficient enough. Would be a good start. The electroplating process to coat the metal plates takes freon which is another problem. Then in the end game recycling on a large scale for the batteries. Not sure if they have electric furnaces that get hot enough either. .
If you were a biologist with unlimited resources and wanted to create a virus what would you target ...
silverotter11 comments on Jan 28, 2018:
Would be nice if there was a virus to destroy fear, greed and hate. What could go awry with that?
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
I am in your boat on that idea.
If you were a biologist with unlimited resources and wanted to create a virus what would you target ...
twshield comments on Jan 28, 2018:
I am already a biologist and I would not like to take this approach as there could be potential unforeseeable side effects to humans. I would rather create a large EMP and fry every electronic device on the planet. Return humanity to the basics.
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
Would scramble the brain of a few million teanagers for sure.
If you were a biologist with unlimited resources and wanted to create a virus what would you target ...
GipsyOfNewSpain comments on Jan 28, 2018:
Why not go all the way to the real problem... MONEY.
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
Money is such a germ spreader anyway. Just eliminate the control factor at the top.
If you were a biologist with unlimited resources and wanted to create a virus what would you target ...
AllHeightandHair comments on Jan 28, 2018:
Just legalize weed... It replaces oil...
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
I want it legea for different reasons. Bout a ton of New Age pharmaceutical stock a 10 cents a share.
If you were a biologist with unlimited resources and wanted to create a virus what would you target ...
shockwaverider comments on Jan 28, 2018:
Why would you want to do that? We still use oil. If you said coal, that would make more sense. I'd create a virus that destroys pollutants.
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
Oil makes plastic, oil spills kill birds and fish, It take something like 500 gallons of gasoline to make 1 battery for an electric car. the fluorocarbons from factories comes from oil, There are new methods the technology is suppressed because it would hurt government officials revenue checks.
5 senses
azzow2 comments on Jan 27, 2018:
Never be able to read if I could not see.
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
@GreenAtheist Somehow my brain takes a lot more, the makeup of the letters the page setup, the color of the paper some papper has a wood chip embedded in it, just details.
What tricks do your pets do?
Solidarity comments on Jan 27, 2018:
One of mine is a black lab and Rottweiler mix also. The other is a Great Labrodane (lab and Great Dane mix.) They can both open doors but in different ways. One uses his front paws and the other uses her nose (which only works for some doors, not the ones with round knobs.) The labradane used to be...
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
Mine was stealing my sons pb&j`s I put a stop to that. Do not need doggie dental issues.
What tricks do your pets do?
buck1977 comments on Jan 27, 2018:
My cat has a nice collection of hair ties stashed under the hallway rug...
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
I see she is making up for the lack of mice.
What tricks do your pets do?
KKGator comments on Jan 27, 2018:
My girl doesn't do jack for tricks. She's cute. She gets whatever she wants.
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
There a word for that "Spoiled" lol
What tricks do your pets do?
PeppermintDreads comments on Jan 27, 2018:
My dogs knows their commands in English, German, American Sign Language and Klingon. They also know what “The Look” means and how to act appropriately.
azzow2 replies on Jan 28, 2018:
It is good to train them in another language because, the commands become more specific to you and not just anyone can give them commands.
What tricks do your pets do?
ScienceBiker comments on Jan 27, 2018:
True story, I had a black squirrel do the same thing - tap on the glass and demand pistachios. Not peanuts. Pistachios lol
azzow2 replies on Jan 27, 2018:
Mine he hears the kitchen faucet turn on, that is his cue that I am at the kitchen sink, near the window. The girl dog has picked up on it as well but she just stares in the window.
What tricks do your pets do?
stinkeye_a comments on Jan 27, 2018:
10 year old mystery mutt: Sit down, flop, shake, back up, come here, wait, get your baby, gimme a kiss, stick around, this side (of the street), go on, get your daddy, go lay down, go potty, go for walk, go on patrol... She knows quite a few English words. She taught me to read her eyes and ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 27, 2018:
Animals seem to be the best listeners.,When I talk to the cat, when my kids are at school she comes and sits on the back of the recliner that sits near my desk. I would swear she would answer me if she could.
What tricks do your pets do?
verdefae comments on Jan 27, 2018:
I have a solid black cat named Kayoss and he talks back. He's really not very vocal but he'll squeak back if I reprimand him for anything. If I tell him to get off the counter or fridge, I get a squeak and we'll keep going back and forth until I get up. He's very spoiled and comes when he's called ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 27, 2018:
My favorite, I had one many years back. Had learned that only cats that have siamese in them can be all black. Mine was unusual too. She liked to take showers in the kitchen sink. If you turned the faucet on and she heard it she jump on the counter and stick her head under the running water. Until then I had thought all cats hate water.
What tricks do your pets do?
Condor5 comments on Jan 27, 2018:
My dogs do really good impressions of couch cushions. And they have this foolproof way of making me do whatever they want me to do.
azzow2 replies on Jan 27, 2018:
Seems to always work out that way.
What tricks do your pets do?
HippieChick58 comments on Jan 27, 2018:
I have cats. The tricks are making mama run when she hears a crash from another room. And feeding them before she feeds herself. And the best trick of all, making Mama wad up cash register receipts into little balls which we will play with for hours and then shred for her to pick up. When I had ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 27, 2018:
I had a girlfriend when, I was around 24, she taught her cats to fetch. If I had not seen it, I would never have believed it. She would wad aluminum foil into balls and toss them. Those cats would bring it back every time, until they lost it under the fridge.
What tricks do your pets do?
silvereyes comments on Jan 27, 2018:
Come see me. Look at me. Sit. Stay. Lay. Wait. Dance. Give me a kiss. Get your bone. Speak. "What's going on?" or "Daddy's home" gets him running to the window to peek outside. He's a good boy, pees on the pad at night (can't hold it all night on his diuretic). Scratches at the door to go out ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 27, 2018:
I had a Beagle when I had lived in Pennsylvania smart dog.She was able to get any color off that I would put on her including a choke color. One day after work back then, I had gone fishing. I got back home around 2:00 in the morning. I looked at the front window of the house the dog was popping up into the sight of the window like popcorn. I was what the heck, she is that happy to see me. It turned out there was a fox on my front porch staring in at the dog.
What’s the Main Source of Global Conflict? Survey Says: “Religious Beliefs” [patheos.com]...
azzow2 comments on Jan 26, 2018:
The civil war was fought over slavery well kind of. The south did not want to lose the cheap labor so in essence it was a finical situation. WWI not exactly sure why we got involved there. WWII was a revenge war can you imagine what retaliation would have gone on had the attack NYC. Desert storm ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 27, 2018:
@AtheistInNC I was there just used it as reference. Desert Shield Desert storm. Thank you for your service. Had to add photo above.
Television- The great bullshitter
azzow2 comments on Jan 26, 2018:
Is not a wonder they gear these shows to the average Jane/John doe with the below average IQ if things are complex they will not get viewers so the advertisers won't buy add space. So things with intelligence are more difficult to find to watch. Even some of the documentary channels have dumbed down...
azzow2 replies on Jan 26, 2018:
@Sadoi Animal Planet has the best reality shows.
This Site ?
LuciMP comments on Jan 25, 2018:
I'm in agreement with so many comments here. The dating aspect for me was abandoned pretty quickly.... I'm in Wyoming so I really see no one close enough for meeting. That's why I even try the dating online thing. However the community and conversations here keep me logging in daily. Today is my ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 26, 2018:
@Douglas Gets too cold up north. We get some cold here. When it snows it doesn't stay but a day. The ground never freezes.

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