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Are you prepared
jlynn37 comments on Mar 21, 2018:
Meh, I am 80 years old so what the hell. Let's get it over with.
azzow2 replies on Mar 21, 2018:
@jlynn37 Would bet you know a thing or 2 about making filters to purify water.
Are you prepared
sassygirl3869 comments on Mar 21, 2018:
Go through 2 cases of water a week anyways. Would be difficult for anyone to stay hydrated. Canned food makes me ill-would have to build a greenhouse-how to keep nuclear waste out? Depending what happens-and-if- we're fucked.
azzow2 replies on Mar 21, 2018:
Nuclear most would be dead in a few weeks. Would hope the government would set up euthanasia clinics for those that opted not to suffer. Nuke is the worst case.
Are you prepared
PhoebeCat comments on Mar 21, 2018:
I'm hoping to die immediately but am sure I wouldn't last long.
azzow2 replies on Mar 21, 2018:
Well, I can not think that way, I have kids that would be relying on me even more than they already do now.
Are you prepared
jlynn37 comments on Mar 21, 2018:
Meh, I am 80 years old so what the hell. Let's get it over with.
azzow2 replies on Mar 21, 2018:
You have the most valuable tool in the répertoire experience.
Are you prepared
IAMGROOT comments on Mar 21, 2018:
I'm basically effed. LOL!
azzow2 replies on Mar 21, 2018:
One very basic tip I have learned from one of the many jobs I have had. Corrugated cardboard is held together with starch (I know this because I have actually worked as a machine operator in a corrugated cardboard factory). In a hunger situation, the starch could help sustain you until you found something to eat.
What type of area and housing do you prefer to live in? For example- urban, suburban, country, small...
VictoriaNotes comments on Mar 20, 2018:
The last place I lived in was smack dab in the middle of the city, but you'd never know it. My 1100 square foot apartment was in a wooded area (buffering the noise) overlooking a large/wide creek with geese, ducks and sunning turtles just about 50 feet from my wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
Had lived in the city for like 10 years made it out with out any blood shed.
Why do metronomes all sync to each other if set off in the same room with no apparent link.
Dillon007 comments on Mar 20, 2018:
Mythbusters disproved that.
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
@Katastrophe1969 My dad got popped for a pee test because of the poppyseed on his begal. Cracked me up at the time because he is so straight laced.
Why do metronomes all sync to each other if set off in the same room with no apparent link.
LeighShelton comments on Mar 20, 2018:
they do it on the same table but if you go too high in number meaning hundreds they don't stay in sink any more
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
What if they are say on top of a mountain of at sea level do these factors change the timeing?
Why do metronomes all sync to each other if set off in the same room with no apparent link.
Dillon007 comments on Mar 20, 2018:
Mythbusters disproved that.
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
Do somewhat recall that episode.However, they were not quite adequate with the conditions. There was a disclaimer with a particular episode.
I have come across some aspects of talking to plants has an effect on them, is this pseudoscience or...
Gnarloc comments on Mar 20, 2018:
What will you do while talking with them? Take care of them. Check on their health. Water them and feed them. I think that the act of talking to them means you are paying more attention to them then you otherwise would, thus know more about their health and well being (notice more details) and ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
Very well thought out response, so paying too much attention would cause their demise as well?
Why do metronomes all sync to each other if set off in the same room with no apparent link.
Jnei comments on Mar 20, 2018:
After thinking about it for ten minutes, I decided the most likely answer is that the individual metronomes somehow become weakly coupled to one another, perhaps through vibration. So I Googled a bit and found this ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
Something like warping the time and space around themselves to become harmonica?
Why do metronomes all sync to each other if set off in the same room with no apparent link.
Jnei comments on Mar 20, 2018:
One hundred metronomes sychronise https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=318&v=suxu1bmPm2g
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
That is such a phenomenon, I have seen this in physics labs before. It is mind bottling.
I have come across some aspects of talking to plants has an effect on them, is this pseudoscience or...
Rufus_Maximus comments on Mar 20, 2018:
No, there is no scientific evidence to support the idea that talking to plants directly affects them. "This is quite a near-esoteric subject," says Wolfgang Stuppy, research leader of comparative seed biology at Kew Gardens in London, UK. "There is precious little scientific research into the ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
You would think the government would at least look into it after the frizbee debacle.
I have come across some aspects of talking to plants has an effect on them, is this pseudoscience or...
Gwendolyn2018 comments on Mar 20, 2018:
Why not ask a plant? I venture to guess that people who talk to their plants take better care of them than those who do not.
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
My great-grandmother would say people that talk to themselves were either crazy or eccentric. So if you talk to a plant one would summarize that you are sane especially if you name the plant. lol
I have come across some aspects of talking to plants has an effect on them, is this pseudoscience or...
RavenCT comments on Mar 20, 2018:
LMGTFY - http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20170109-plants-can-see-hear-and-smell-and-respond
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
I had read something a few months back that they now believe plants have a nervous system. Do not remember where I had read it, I do recall what I was looking up when I had run across it. My kids wanted to know if plants poop? Turns out plants do produce a type of fecal matter.
Data Breach On Facebook
Admin comments on Mar 19, 2018:
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azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
@twshield Keep your F/B lots of sites have easy log in connected to F/B accounts makes login much simpler.
I need advice on someone who keeps hacking me, please?
azzow2 comments on Mar 19, 2018:
You have ro remove yahoo as your back up recover account. They get your password every time you change it.
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
@Sarahroo29 apply for new yahoo email then replace that with your backup email on F/B. What is happening is F/B send you security code on the breached email so they get the code and again have access . You have to break the cycle. With a new yahoo email they won't have the password to access your yahoo email or F/B account make sure to remove the old yahoo email from F/B and then replace it with the new yahoo email backup or the will have a window to get the code again. I know it seem a little redundant this is the trick I know someone else might have a better one. P.S set your email accounts with higher security I know gmail has that option not overly familiar with yahoo security protocol.
I need advice on someone who keeps hacking me, please?
azzow2 comments on Mar 19, 2018:
You have ro remove yahoo as your back up recover account. They get your password every time you change it.
azzow2 replies on Mar 20, 2018:
@Sarahroo29 Change security level they have your info. Get a gmail account it is free anyway, or create a new yahoo account. Keep your F/B page once you change the email they will lose access.
I need advice on someone who keeps hacking me, please?
SongofSarah comments on Mar 19, 2018:
Had my FB hacked. Now use process described by prior responent. Two step verification. Have my sister and niece as backup just in case I forget or lose verification code. They can authorize new one. Be sure to tell your backup, if you chose one, to expect a non FB contact to confirm code. ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 19, 2018:
I have the thing set up so to recovery failed 3 friends have to turn the key to unlock it.
I need advice on someone who keeps hacking me, please?
SongofSarah comments on Mar 19, 2018:
Had my FB hacked. Now use process described by prior responent. Two step verification. Have my sister and niece as backup just in case I forget or lose verification code. They can authorize new one. Be sure to tell your backup, if you chose one, to expect a non FB contact to confirm code. ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 19, 2018:
I have the thing set up so to recovery failed 3 friends have to turn the key to unlock it.
Data Breach On Facebook
Admin comments on Mar 19, 2018:
Just FYI, when people register using Facebook on Agnostic.com, we don't even look at your social network.
azzow2 replies on Mar 19, 2018:
@twshield Set the security higher deleting is not going to solve the problem they already have info so if you delete they just remake it with even more trickery. Set the security higher after that let it dormant .
Early Study of Male Birth Control Pill Finds it’s Safe and Effective
azzow2 comments on Mar 19, 2018:
I fixed that problem over 6 years ago. I was fortunate that the VA performs vasectomies, they do put you through a series of psychology evaluations and ask many times if you are absolutely certain you want the procedure done.
azzow2 replies on Mar 19, 2018:
@walklightly I took me a long time to get my hat to look like this. I will have to get a whip to hang with it. lol
Well if religion has a pope then non religious should have a council to debunk all the untruths in ...
valerina comments on Mar 19, 2018:
They're called scientist.
azzow2 replies on Mar 19, 2018:
Where are their big funny looking hats? lol
Have you ever had a romantic "pet name?"
kensmile4u comments on Mar 18, 2018:
Thumper and The man are the last 2 that i can remember. I have given every long term partner a nick name. I think it creates a special bond.@azzow2 Did your girl move to Florida? LOL
azzow2 replies on Mar 18, 2018:
One of them did she was working for Disney for a while she would do overtime as one of the charters Cinderella.
Is it impossible to teach adults common sense?
azzow2 comments on Mar 18, 2018:
Think we need to revive Pavlov Skinner from the dead for that experment.
azzow2 replies on Mar 18, 2018:
@Sarahroo29 He was a Russian that experimented with dogs he discovered that dogs salivate when displayed food this was transmitted into human responses. Example how do you react when presented with a pleasant or stressful etc situations .
If time were to freeze for everyone except for you, for one day, what would you do?
azzow2 comments on Mar 18, 2018:
Are The Langoliers eating away the fabric of time? Are there ramification from your actions in still time? Will trace evidence be left if you commit larceny on a grand scale?
azzow2 replies on Mar 18, 2018:
@Mea Provide the defense is down send a virus to every missile silo command prompt and disable all the nuclear functions then set a course for every ICM to land in the Marianas trench so when time starts back all warheads would head right to the bottom of the ocean. Set up a 1 time skim program to take 1% of ever millionaire billion asset management (1% is a lot of money for all those think greedy) Have the funds deposited into a Cayman Island offshore account.
If time were to freeze for everyone except for you, for one day, what would you do?
TaraMarshall comments on Mar 18, 2018:
Borrow a car, acquire as much cash from banks as possible, hide it, and slowly start improving my financial status. Get some expensive groceries I rarely indulge in. Grab a bunch of premade sandwiches and stuff, and distribute them to homeless people I see in my journeys. Smaller home decorating ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 18, 2018:
No time running gasoline would not burn.
I look forward to my next blessing
azzow2 comments on Mar 15, 2018:
Thinking of something to say, have to go get the kids for schol. Put this here so I wont forge to came back and coment.
azzow2 replies on Mar 16, 2018:
@silvereyes When I was much younger was an HVAC installer. I was working with this guy. He had taken the fuse out of an A/C unit on the roof of this building, in an attempt to try and problem solve. He replaced the fuse with a piece of copper pipe. Well needless to say the fuse box started to smoke. He took a screwdriver and attempted to remove the copper pipe. Well this was on a 220 electric line. I had seen his boots leave the roof like superman would would fly. The jolt threw him to the edge of the building just inches from the edge. When I got to him his hair was like Kramer from Seinfeld. Glad to see he was still alive. He had said Jesus does exist. I said did you see him while you were flying. We had a good laugh. We never did tell the boss about that.
I think I'm dyslexic and I didn't noticed that until now.
azzow2 comments on Mar 14, 2018:
Think that i might be morephlexic.
azzow2 replies on Mar 15, 2018:
@Sarahroo29 Made it last night was on my kindle can't type good on there. Thought we could make a definition and submit it to the dictionary. morephlexic: abslute logic (just playing w)ith ideas
What to say or what not to say?
azzow2 comments on Mar 14, 2018:
How old is your sister?
azzow2 replies on Mar 14, 2018:
@Mea That is tough to try and tell her at that age. Mine son and daughter just turned 7 I explain how absurd the idea is.
Alcoholic insanity. I have heard that it's quite common for a person's character to change when ...
azzow2 comments on Mar 14, 2018:
From your initial description sounds like it might be a deeper mental illness. Had a similar experience. My kids mom is skitzo and she insist I had an affair. I to date have never done such an abhorous act.
azzow2 replies on Mar 14, 2018:
@GoldenDoll My kids mother wrote this very slanderous letter. Had to do with with me being involved in a homosexual relationships something I have never done. Passed it out to all the neighbors. Was embarrassed kept the letter one of my neighbors was polite enough to give me a copy. Was like you what was I going to do go to every neighbor and explain. That was in California now we are far away.
Do you know anyone who is not agnostic?
azzow2 comments on Mar 13, 2018:
I would just ask open-ended questions. A talking snake? Cain & Able wives? The floating zoo?
azzow2 replies on Mar 14, 2018:
@atheist you can come as long as the water is water and not turned into wine. (1)
With or without music during sex?
Wildgreens comments on Mar 13, 2018:
None for me.
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
Thought for sure some Chopin would be in your dossier.
What slogans or icons can you remember from the past? Example: plop plop fizz fizz, be kind rewind, ...
Mike007 comments on Mar 13, 2018:
Tareyton cigarettes, I'd rather fight than switch. You meet the nicest people on a Honda. Shit, now you're making me think.
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
Good to the last drop
What slogans or icons can you remember from the past? Example: plop plop fizz fizz, be kind rewind, ...
hankster comments on Mar 13, 2018:
sorry charlie, don't squeeze the charmin, choosy mothers choose jif, the quicker picker upper....
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
Mr. Whipple
What slogans or icons can you remember from the past? Example: plop plop fizz fizz, be kind rewind, ...
Zster comments on Mar 13, 2018:
I can't believe I ate the whole thing! Is it Live or is it Memorex? I dare you to knock this off! Good to the last drop!
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
Takes a licken keeps on ticken a timex watch
Do you know anyone who is not agnostic?
marga comments on Mar 13, 2018:
I don't understand the question. Someone who is *not* agnostic? Are you talking about religious believers? Or atheists? I don't know what their claim of knowledge is, either, but asking if it's valid? It is to them. And I would never presume to show them why I think it's not valid. I would ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
Looks like to me is how would you sell being a non believer to a religious disadvantaged.
Were You Raised In A Single Parent Home Or 2 Parent Home
azzow2 comments on Mar 13, 2018:
The answer is complex for me my dad asked for a divorce because mom had an act of infidelity. My mom remarried to a guy that would travel when he was home he was an awful person to me and my younger brother. My mother had moved us far away from my dad. I was unable to tell him about the abuse at ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
@twshield You go for years blame yourself, then you blame who caused it. Relationships do not last more self blame. Try and kill the pain with alcohol for years. Then you grow out of it.
What best describes Trump as a president?
azzow2 comments on Mar 12, 2018:
Not that I agree with his practices. He did run a multi billion dollar company . Provided he did mature with a silver spoon in his hand. Think a lot of what he does is showmanship much as a comedian would have one liners. If he would just put some constructive thought into the words he utters.
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
@AnneWimsey I going to do the gentlemanly thing and bow out of this debate. Just check your facts Carter on Wikipedia.
Ugg! I quit smoking for over two weeks and have now, freshly fallen OFF the nonsmoking turnup ...
azzow2 comments on Mar 13, 2018:
Are you taking advice or suggestions to help quit?
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
@Sadoi Well if you want some hints, I quit about 10 years ago and have some insight, let me know.
Life's Amenities
azzow2 comments on Mar 12, 2018:
I live in a very small town 80 miles from Roswell was hoping that some of those aliens they have there would abduct me and give me my own planet to operate.
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
@Captnron59 No city for me, this little island on top of this mountain works very well for me and my kids.
Who thinks taking guns away would solve the violence problem? For awhile it would get even more ...
HeathenFarmer comments on Mar 13, 2018:
Sane gun laws don't mean taking guns away, our gun laws here in Canada work just fine and no one is taking guns away from anyone not convicted of a crime. Most Americans lack the science train to develope anything that soffisticated.
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
The way some people carry on taking guns away should solve the gun problem. My point here is this is a misnomer.
Thinking about a different cell phone with a limited budget. Maybe an android with a 5.5" screen ...
azzow2 comments on Mar 13, 2018:
His is what I chose after some study: ASUS ZE553KL-S625-3G32G-BK ZenFone 3 Zoom 5.5" 3GB RAM, 32GB Storage LTE Unlocked Dual SIM Smartphone, Android Nougat 7.1 - Navy Black. Seems to be stable. I stay away from apple products just a hobby computer person apple does not make it easy for a hobbyists ...
azzow2 replies on Mar 13, 2018:
Forgot to mention I use net10 prepaid I do the 50$ a month plan have never ran out of data.
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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:
@WizardBill Just saying.
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:
@sarahjustme what church are you referring to the cat in Stephen King's Pet Cemetery?
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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:
@WizardBill As if the last several in charge weren't special needs anyway.
What best describes Trump as a president?
azzow2 comments on Mar 12, 2018:
Not that I agree with his practices. He did run a multi billion dollar company . Provided he did mature with a silver spoon in his hand. Think a lot of what he does is showmanship much as a comedian would have one liners. If he would just put some constructive thought into the words he utters.
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@AnneWimsey So what makes him different from all predecessors?
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noworry28 comments on Mar 12, 2018:
A lot of them would not make it through basic training.
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
A lot more wouldn't make it through basic life. I often wonder how they tie their shoes in the morning.
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MacTavish comments on Mar 12, 2018:
I was stationed in Fulda, W. Germany (then) 1/11 Armored Cavalry Regiment which is about 5 km from the East-West border in 1983-84. We were almost sitting on top of a 25kt nuclear landmine, Pershing II missiles all over, radar showing launch warnings that turned out to be a flock of birds, a massive...
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
TFYS and courage to lead the way. So many of theses stories need more attention.
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 reading the post below mine reminded me of Kurt Vonnegut Cat's Cradle the professor leaving his wife a tip on the breakfast table.
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 Twins raising kids as a single parent All the jobs I have had in the past including the military are pail in comparison.
Teachers + guns. I think it's a shit idea. What do you think?
azzow2 comments on Mar 12, 2018:
So you think that all veterans have PTSD, rhetorical. Just like saying all cops are corrupt or that all judges are unfair. Perhaps honest politicians well may be somewhere in a galaxy far far away. Just because one nut job causes a problem you want to band them all?
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@Crimson67 look at my other comment on this post.
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:
@CollegiateJulesDid not know have several Apache friends a Navajo and Am trying to get in with the Hopi to better understand their time concepts.
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:
@Crimson67 TYFYS Desert Shield Storm here Have been around other vets down and out. I just think that vets that have been struggling the ones that want and need help should get to be at the front of the line. Personally I am injured took 7 years 7 individuals appeals to get help. Mostly because my medical jacket was misplaced lost in the red tape hole.
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:
@Rickyy All I can say is what the f... happened? Taking an oath of court on a bible. Hear almost on a daily basis was about revoking rights, In god we trust on currency.
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 Was reading the original Wizard of Oz by Frank Baum the differences such butchery Hollywood did to the story.
Does anyone use the word doohickey or davernport whatchamacallit?
Wenter comments on Mar 12, 2018:
How about Thingamajig?
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
But the square thingamajig in the round thingamajig then try and remove it with the spork love it.
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:
@sarahjustme Ok now go find one with no religious connotations.
Okay so I have absolutely no idea how to navigate this site if I seem less than intelligent please ...
azzow2 comments on Mar 12, 2018:
Did you lose the compass? Welcome to the realm of the realistic.
azzow2 replies on Mar 12, 2018:
@DanaSullivan If you can find a pine tree and something silk, simply rub a single pine needle on the silk and float it in some water it will point North. Well it worked in the movie anyway.
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:
@sarahjustme So as far as I can detect blessing refer to prayer . Pleas enlighten me?
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.

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