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I need a little advice, can you help me?
azzow2 comments on Jan 20, 2018:
She is an exhaustive ? If so think she will handle with tack. You might mention there is a breakup disagreement and you are getting flack.
azzow2 replies on Jan 20, 2018:
@Sarahroo29 My mistake Executive
How concerned are you about the US government shutting down?
Crimson67 comments on Jan 20, 2018:
Not concerned. This is just another way for politicians to play the blame game to get what they want at the expense of the rest of us. The part that pisses me off is that everyone goes instantly to the "what about the military", "dems/reps are screwing the military". It is emotional blackmail that ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 20, 2018:
The military gets paid regardless. That is such b.s., people spread. If it affected all the government the irs , ssa, post office, blm, etc. would be affected. Would shut down the entire country.
What is you carbon footprint?
azzow2 comments on Jan 19, 2018:
This is a point of curiosity for me, seeing that most things made come from something the earth produced either minerals ore, rock, fossil fuel seeing it is a combination of dead plant and dinosaurs. Seemes every or many million years the planet swallows up everything and starts over. So all this ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 20, 2018:
@JackPedigo Why is this problem ignored the recycling of metals glass paper are almost 100% reconstituted plastic is also recycled but a very small amount is reused. Think that the repurpose of plastics needs to be addressed more in depth.
Shadow dancers. Why is sex such a turncoat topic? Men are sexually assaulted by women too. ...
Akfishlady comments on Jan 18, 2018:
Equality? As in women and men are equal in sex? I guess I am confused as your point here. Men are victims as well as women, not as often. Women use their power over men sometimes but not as often. On the whole, all things being equal, men are still the majority of offenders. It might be ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 18, 2018:
@Akfishlady Just statics not always accurate.
If necessary to testify in court would you put your hand on the bible?
RoboGraham comments on Jan 18, 2018:
I would swear on The Constitution.
azzow2 replies on Jan 18, 2018:
@RoboGraham If you read the original Constitution and compare it to what is written for modern laws in a lot of the cases you will think WTF.
Shadow dancers. Why is sex such a turncoat topic? Men are sexually assaulted by women too. ...
Akfishlady comments on Jan 18, 2018:
Equality? As in women and men are equal in sex? I guess I am confused as your point here. Men are victims as well as women, not as often. Women use their power over men sometimes but not as often. On the whole, all things being equal, men are still the majority of offenders. It might be ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 18, 2018:
I was watching an episode of law and order and the subject of men being raped. Out of curiosity I did some digging and men are equally abused as women are. In the statistics any way.
If necessary to testify in court would you put your hand on the bible?
RoboGraham comments on Jan 18, 2018:
I would swear on The Constitution.
azzow2 replies on Jan 18, 2018:
Which part the true intend ideas have become so twisted that the true meaning means nothing.
My kids came home from school a few weeks back and the topic of dinosaurs came up and one of the ...
MsOliver comments on Jan 18, 2018:
I wonder how they tell which ones are amphibians, which ones evolved into modern reptiles, and which ones became birds?
azzow2 replies on Jan 18, 2018:
From what I read the bone density is greater in amphibians.
Just thought I'd throw this out there in case I can educate some of you and hopefully clear up some ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 17, 2018:
The main thing I think about with that situation is. We as a society show more compassion for a hurt, sick, old or mentality deranged animal than we do for people. We seem to think it is somehow right to prolong people's life that are in agony. Seems a moral issue to make someone suffer with out ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 18, 2018:
@JeffMurray I should have put amoral perfect.
10 things you didn't know about men
MsOliver comments on Jan 18, 2018:
What is..I don't even...are you HIGH?
azzow2 replies on Jan 18, 2018:
Must be smoking something.
What is the scariest thing you've ever done.
MrLink comments on Jan 18, 2018:
Jumping out of an airplane. I didn't think it would be that scary. Turned out to be pretty terrifying.
azzow2 replies on Jan 18, 2018:
The airborne always say you are going to make me jump out of a perfectly good airplane. They do it anyway just kind of humor they use.
What is the scariest thing you've ever done.
sassygirl3869 comments on Jan 18, 2018:
OK-this is my scariest situation. The decisions I made and those made by others got me in a dangerous predicament. When I was 21 I was in Israel with a group of students and two hippie professors with 40 lb packs and no itinerary. I had a friend from college and friends from a previous trip that ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 18, 2018:
You are very lucky you could have ended up being part of a harem.
What do you think is the source or cause of aggression? How this affects individual and society How ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 17, 2018:
Frustrating things high fuel prices, over taxation, political bashing, unnecessary discriminating, prejudice, inattentiveness, people rushing, medication, inebriation , forgetfulness.
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
@Profile the intelligent people are so swayed by the pettiness unfortunately intelligence is rather rare.
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
Druvius comments on Jan 17, 2018:
You are conflating the invention of pottery with civilization. While the definition can be a bit fluid, normally we are talking about building cities with urban population, a socially stratified society, and writing. Last I heard that first happened in Mesopotamia, not China.
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
@Druvius Something that I have heard or read is that every person has Chinese DNA so that is a crock as well? Just out of curiosity .
Just thought I'd throw this out there in case I can educate some of you and hopefully clear up some ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 17, 2018:
The main thing I think about with that situation is. We as a society show more compassion for a hurt, sick, old or mentality deranged animal than we do for people. We seem to think it is somehow right to prolong people's life that are in agony. Seems a moral issue to make someone suffer with out ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
@lerlo Have you ever watched nature a mother animal will kill its young if they are not healthy. The old and week are killed and eaten. Still can not see the point in letting someone suffer just because it is a self righteous moral issue. Those facts you pointed are good points in an a moral perfect world.
Are you going to get clobbered on your taxes this year?
sassygirl3869 comments on Jan 17, 2018:
non-taxable income-don't have to file if retired and not working.
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
@BucketlistBob Anything below 599 $ is not taxable.
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
Druvius comments on Jan 17, 2018:
You are conflating the invention of pottery with civilization. While the definition can be a bit fluid, normally we are talking about building cities with urban population, a socially stratified society, and writing. Last I heard that first happened in Mesopotamia, not China.
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
@Druvius There is a lot more detail, can't locate the article had ran across it but read so much the exact source eludes me.
Are you going to get clobbered on your taxes this year?
sassygirl3869 comments on Jan 17, 2018:
non-taxable income-don't have to file if retired and not working.
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
@BucketlistBob if you have loss to gains proof you can use that. Example I won 5,000 in the second chance lottery in California so all year I saved losing tickets so I can prove loss to win ratio.
I have read tons of books loads pre internet and with the kindle lots more. The last one was the ...
BucketlistBob comments on Jan 17, 2018:
Good luck brother...
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
Think this one is all skill.
Holographic tv could make a perfect mate. Soon technologies will allow for us to have holograms in ...
Funandfondles comments on Jan 17, 2018:
Virtual reality is already here, just expensive, and is being developed mostly for porn. It’s a set of goggles that put you in a new setting. You can never beat the real thing, but not everyone has an available partner.
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
Was think of more of social interaction aspect.
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
Druvius comments on Jan 17, 2018:
You are conflating the invention of pottery with civilization. While the definition can be a bit fluid, normally we are talking about building cities with urban population, a socially stratified society, and writing. Last I heard that first happened in Mesopotamia, not China.
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2166395/Mysterious-clay-pots-China-20-000-years-old--baked-10-000-years-humans-settled-farmers.html
Just thought I'd throw this out there in case I can educate some of you and hopefully clear up some ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 17, 2018:
The main thing I think about with that situation is. We as a society show more compassion for a hurt, sick, old or mentality deranged animal than we do for people. We seem to think it is somehow right to prolong people's life that are in agony. Seems a moral issue to make someone suffer with out ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
@lerlo Think you totally missed my point.
Holographic tv could make a perfect mate. Soon technologies will allow for us to have holograms in ...
VictoriaNotes comments on Jan 17, 2018:
*"I have heard a lot of people fantasize about their perfect mate mostly women men do it on occasion."* Men do it on occasion? That made me laugh out loud loudly. So, when you masturbate, what do you fantasize about? :D
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
@VictoriaNotes Ment my comments not the subject. Men are visual that is why women are so beautiful. Women tend to be more touch orientated.
It's snowing in the south!
balou comments on Jan 17, 2018:
It sure is! I can attest to that. I live in south Texas. It was 66 degrees for the high on Monday and the temps dropped below freezing overnight. We have been in a deep freeze with sleet and snow since.
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
I am 5000 feet up here in New Mexico it is cold but not a flury in sight.
Holographic tv could make a perfect mate. Soon technologies will allow for us to have holograms in ...
Sarahroo29 comments on Jan 17, 2018:
Can't have real sex with a hologram.
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
Something about the visual stimulation. loses in all the other sensory input departments.
Holographic tv could make a perfect mate. Soon technologies will allow for us to have holograms in ...
VictoriaNotes comments on Jan 17, 2018:
*"I have heard a lot of people fantasize about their perfect mate mostly women men do it on occasion."* Men do it on occasion? That made me laugh out loud loudly. So, when you masturbate, what do you fantasize about? :D
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
@VictoriaNotes I from my person perspective I have seen it gendre lopsided. Will attempt to have a more through thought out gender equivalent.
Holographic tv could make a perfect mate. Soon technologies will allow for us to have holograms in ...
VictoriaNotes comments on Jan 17, 2018:
*"I have heard a lot of people fantasize about their perfect mate mostly women men do it on occasion."* Men do it on occasion? That made me laugh out loud loudly. So, when you masturbate, what do you fantasize about? :D
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
I know the world is imperfect. I like it just the way it is. That could be one of those x rated loaded questions. lol
Holographic tv could make a perfect mate. Soon technologies will allow for us to have holograms in ...
BeeHappy comments on Jan 17, 2018:
Nope, I want the real thing, baby!
azzow2 replies on Jan 17, 2018:
Something about squishing skin makes all the difference.
How do you if a girl likes you or if she just being nice to you? How can you tell the difference?...
azzow2 comments on Jan 16, 2018:
That is one of the great mysteries of all time.
azzow2 replies on Jan 16, 2018:
@M121 I know about 80% of the physiological cues one of theses days they might actually apply.
Why are some people habitual liars in life?
azzow2 comments on Jan 15, 2018:
In physiology 101 one of the first thing that I had learned is that lying is a sign of intelligence because it is a creative concept.
azzow2 replies on Jan 16, 2018:
@Sarahroo29 They do not to you. Sometimes when I post you have to have there done that kind of scenario .
Why are some people habitual liars in life?
azzow2 comments on Jan 15, 2018:
In physiology 101 one of the first thing that I had learned is that lying is a sign of intelligence because it is a creative concept.
azzow2 replies on Jan 16, 2018:
@Sarahroo29 http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/kid-liar-great-lying-proof-intelligence-young-children-shows-study-article-1.122424
Potholders
azzow2 comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Are you talking about the thing that keeps an urn from wiggling off a mantle.
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
@KKGator This is about as close as I can get.
Why are some people habitual liars in life?
azzow2 comments on Jan 15, 2018:
In physiology 101 one of the first thing that I had learned is that lying is a sign of intelligence because it is a creative concept.
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
@wordywalt they must have taught it the days you missed.
Should martial arts be taught in school? They know that people that study martial arts have more ...
HippieChick58 comments on Jan 15, 2018:
I'd love to see yoga and meditation taught in schools as well. Listen to the little conservatives scream!!
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
For a boy full of vigor and testosterone it might not be their first choice.
Should martial arts be taught in school? They know that people that study martial arts have more ...
Iffy comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Yoga might be a better idea.
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
Might work for girls even though it is not some view it is a more feminine thing to do.
Should martial arts be taught in school? They know that people that study martial arts have more ...
BucketlistBob comments on Jan 15, 2018:
I dont think any gym classes should be in school. Just my opinion from past experience. I think the focus should be on those that need additional help.
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
From the scholars of Greek influence Athens being the intellectual and Sparta being athletic they theorized about a utopia combining both attributes which would have been Atlantas as we all know that it is a lost city.
Should martial arts be taught in school? They know that people that study martial arts have more ...
EllenDale comments on Jan 15, 2018:
In this time of spending less on education and educators (so the top 10% of our social classes can be richer and richer, but I digress), we should focus on teaching students to be the best they can be for themselves and their community. Participation in music classes has been shown to ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
lots of kids lack self esteem and just have family issues my thinking is it could help some avoid the drug and alcohol dependency issues.
My son is always reluctant to tell me if he broke something he tends to hide something broken. I ...
Iffy comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Perhaps he is afraid of disappointing you.
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
Could be it is a freudian issue more or less. I am far from traditional, might fear separation issues stemming from birth.
Potholders
azzow2 comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Are you talking about the thing that keeps an urn from wiggling off a mantle.
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
@KKGator Some people have blowers on their fireplaces and the mantels tend to vibrate. Should have chosen a better adjective.
Potholders
azzow2 comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Are you talking about the thing that keeps an urn from wiggling off a mantle.
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
@KKGator serves me right for trying to type fast to go get my kids from school. lol
My son is always reluctant to tell me if he broke something he tends to hide something broken. I ...
Jnei comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Chap, I absolutely don't want to tell you how to raise your kid, but are you sure using exercise as punishment is a good option? My worry would be that if he associates the two, he may develop an aversion to exercise which could be problematic in the future. Hope you don't mind me saying that; ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
I do not think they see that way often they go run around the house as fun.
Best diet pill to remove craving food?
azzow2 comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Do not know if it is the best but it is for guys I get it on Amazon Syneburn.
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
@BucketlistBob Thats what happen doing too many thing at once.
First Love - Did you have one?
azzow2 comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Had to be apart too long, I think she was one that had trouble being lonely she sent me a break up letter never talked to her again.
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
@atheist It amazing that I have had many relationship since that one whenever it did not work out I never pinned about them that much. I was about 9 years ago dating a in California she was Greek and Hawaiian mix she was about as perfect as a match as I have ever had unfortunately we were both turmoiled from other life experiences it did not work out I do think of that one from time to time.
My son is always reluctant to tell me if he broke something he tends to hide something broken. I ...
Rugglesby comments on Jan 15, 2018:
I guess like me you don't understand why. I have a boy and a girl, now she is just on 33 and he has just turned 31. Going back to when they were toddlers and even to this day, he will tell me, even if he has deliberately done the wrong thing. He just volunteers it. She will avoid it, as a toddler ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
That is the way to be.
My son is always reluctant to tell me if he broke something he tends to hide something broken. I ...
GipsyOfNewSpain comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Yeah, boot camp in the military. Give me 20 pushups for being disrespectful... it is "yes sir"... not "yeah"!!!!!
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
did not intend for the demon to be there put the number six in parentheses and that popped up.
My son is always reluctant to tell me if he broke something he tends to hide something broken. I ...
MsOliver comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Have you tried positive reinforcement for honesty? It doesn't have to be something material, but perhaps when his sister admits to breaking something you can go out of your way to tell her, within earshot of him, how proud you are that she made the mature decision to own up to the mistake? Then ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
I do believe in positive reinforcement that is why they do so well in school. Even my son that has a minor disability dose just as good as his sister. I attribute this that they do not have to fear at home and that I pay a lot of attention to them.
My son is always reluctant to tell me if he broke something he tends to hide something broken. I ...
sassygirl3869 comments on Jan 15, 2018:
As long as he doesn't hear when I did as a child he'll be fine. My parents would have said "god is going to punish you."
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
I try to never say that name nor do I believe in spiteing. I often say is that how you want to be treated when they do dome mischievous deed to each other.
My son is always reluctant to tell me if he broke something he tends to hide something broken. I ...
GipsyOfNewSpain comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Yeah, boot camp in the military. Give me 20 pushups for being disrespectful... it is "yes sir"... not "yeah"!!!!!
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
Not that tough just have them run the perimeter of the house their age (6) Don't want to make them hate me just need some form of compliance. lol
Say I'm driving the car at 60 mph, and there is a fly buzzing around. When I slam on the brakes, how...
ScienceBiker comments on Jan 14, 2018:
Newton's 3rd Law of Motion https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/forces-newtons-laws/newtons-laws-of-motion/v/newton-s-third-law-of-motion Also because of something called Inertial Mass. Here's an excerpt of a blog post I wrote to explain E=MC2 in everyday english. "There’s another...
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
Thought the 3rd might explain it, the equal and opposite was why I paused.
What in your opinion would an extraterrestrial look like? Example flat because they have high ...
ErichZannIII comments on Jan 15, 2018:
Well... It's hard to say. There are a lot of media depictions of extraterrestrials. But humans look the way they do because of the climate of our planet. But, if another planet was very dark all year round, they obviously wouldn't be able to grow crops normally, so they might not need to eat ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
Very good I would add that their atmosphere would be composed of different gases other than what we know, here some things can live without oxygen (Loricifera) so thing on distant worlds could breath things like ammonia methane etc. just speculating though is incredible how our imitations work. My dad is a retired R and D polymer chemist and he has told me many problems get solved in the scientific fields with imagination.
What in your opinion would an extraterrestrial look like? Example flat because they have high ...
MrLizard comments on Jan 15, 2018:
I have no idea... but Ans Hoornweg does. I have her book, complete with several View Master reels of 3D clay models of the friendly aliens who she has met. https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=nl&u=https://www.uitgeverijakasha.nl/auteurs/product/389-ans-hoornwerg=search
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
Way funny
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
jeffy comments on Jan 14, 2018:
Interesting - Several cultures were discovered in China, some before 9000 BCE. Roughly the same time frame as in Mesopotamia. However, pottery was discovered in use much earlier in China. That goes to show you, history is written by people with agendas. .
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2166395/Mysterious-clay-pots-China-20-000-years-old--baked-10-000-years-humans-settled-farmers.html
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
sassygirl3869 comments on Jan 14, 2018:
History is seen in the eye of the beholder.
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2166395/Mysterious-clay-pots-China-20-000-years-old--baked-10-000-years-humans-settled-farmers.html
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
Treasurehunter comments on Jan 14, 2018:
News to me. Can you provide some links or sources so I could learn more about it?
azzow2 replies on Jan 15, 2018:
@Treasurehunter I was originally told 15,000 years so there is another article out there just do not know where it is.
What in your opinion would an extraterrestrial look like? Example flat because they have high ...
misstuffy comments on Jan 14, 2018:
Considering the unlimited diversity just on this planet I would say anything goes. If I consider the Sumerian Texts then beings similar to us; reading the translated texts one is lead to believe humanity actually has extraterrestrial genes.
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
Could be the best speculation seeing that they know billions of planets are out there it is extremely likely that carbon based lifeforms inhabit other worlds. We can only theorize that they have evolved to be more intelligent.
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
SKDeitch comments on Jan 14, 2018:
15,000 years if you believe their myths. More realistically 4,500-5,000 years which is still plenty old. Not *quite* as old as Sumer, but still plenty old and the modern culture is a direct descendant of that early Chinese culture. Chances are that before 5,000 years ago china was all late stone age...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2166395/Mysterious-clay-pots-China-20-000-years-old--baked-10-000-years-humans-settled-farmers.html
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
Treasurehunter comments on Jan 14, 2018:
News to me. Can you provide some links or sources so I could learn more about it?
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2166395/Mysterious-clay-pots-China-20-000-years-old--baked-10-000-years-humans-settled-farmers.html
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
MsOliver comments on Jan 14, 2018:
I'd like to see a source on that, please. Most river civilizations have been dated at around 5000-6000 BCE or around 8000 years ago. That's not to say there weren't nomadic groups visiting the same areas over and over prior to that but that's the date most academics give for actual stable, ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@MsOliver Took me some time but found something you might find intersting.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2166395/Mysterious-clay-pots-China-20-000-years-old--baked-10-000-years-humans-settled-farmers.html
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
Treasurehunter comments on Jan 14, 2018:
News to me. Can you provide some links or sources so I could learn more about it?
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@Treasurehunter going to take me a few days to locate specific things. I have to talk to a friend from the Da Vinci institute. He is hard to nail down is always traveling. I will get it though.
Is there a profession you find a turn-off?
M121 comments on Jan 14, 2018:
Serial killer or scammer
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
Thought that was an attorney.
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
MsOliver comments on Jan 14, 2018:
I'd like to see a source on that, please. Most river civilizations have been dated at around 5000-6000 BCE or around 8000 years ago. That's not to say there weren't nomadic groups visiting the same areas over and over prior to that but that's the date most academics give for actual stable, ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@MsOliver http://humanorigins.si.edu/human-characteristics/humans-change-world
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
Treasurehunter comments on Jan 14, 2018:
News to me. Can you provide some links or sources so I could learn more about it?
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
http://humanorigins.si.edu/human-characteristics/humans-change-world
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
SKDeitch comments on Jan 14, 2018:
15,000 years if you believe their myths. More realistically 4,500-5,000 years which is still plenty old. Not *quite* as old as Sumer, but still plenty old and the modern culture is a direct descendant of that early Chinese culture. Chances are that before 5,000 years ago china was all late stone age...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@SKDeitch http://humanorigins.si.edu/human-characteristics/humans-change-world
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
tsjames comments on Jan 14, 2018:
5000 years old is about right. I don't know where 15,000 years comes from. The record is not just archeological, but also written. There probably were some interactions between early Chinese civilisations and western civilisations, but this is a very open area of research, as to just the ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
http://humanorigins.si.edu/human-characteristics/humans-change-world
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
Treasurehunter comments on Jan 14, 2018:
News to me. Can you provide some links or sources so I could learn more about it?
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
https://www.historians.org/about-aha-and-membership/aha-history-and-archives/gi-roundtable-series/pamphlets/our-chinese-ally/the-oldest-living-civilization
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
SKDeitch comments on Jan 14, 2018:
15,000 years if you believe their myths. More realistically 4,500-5,000 years which is still plenty old. Not *quite* as old as Sumer, but still plenty old and the modern culture is a direct descendant of that early Chinese culture. Chances are that before 5,000 years ago china was all late stone age...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
https://www.historians.org/about-aha-and-membership/aha-history-and-archives/gi-roundtable-series/pamphlets/our-chinese-ally/the-oldest-living-civilization
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
MsOliver comments on Jan 14, 2018:
I'd like to see a source on that, please. Most river civilizations have been dated at around 5000-6000 BCE or around 8000 years ago. That's not to say there weren't nomadic groups visiting the same areas over and over prior to that but that's the date most academics give for actual stable, ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
https://www.historians.org/about-aha-and-membership/aha-history-and-archives/gi-roundtable-series/pamphlets/our-chinese-ally/the-oldest-living-civilization
Often you hear how civilization started in the crescent valley. Is baffling because the Chinese have...
Treasurehunter comments on Jan 14, 2018:
News to me. Can you provide some links or sources so I could learn more about it?
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
Do not have any on file will have to do some research. National Geographic is a good place to start of you wou l like to go about it your self.
Iraq is a bad place ..
azzow2 comments on Jan 14, 2018:
Been there did that. Desert Storm vet. I can tell you we were able to walk around and socialize with the people back then never once did we hear we did not belong there more often was a thank you our lives are better because the U.S. was there. O bomb pulled out troops reprision went back as if king...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@William_Mary Do you not remember how the O bomb refused to listen to the advisors this was a predominant topic. The guy could have prevented what went on after all is said and done regardless what the Bush administration did. The major fact is O bomb did what he wanted refused to heed the advisors advice.
Iraq is a bad place ..
azzow2 comments on Jan 14, 2018:
Been there did that. Desert Storm vet. I can tell you we were able to walk around and socialize with the people back then never once did we hear we did not belong there more often was a thank you our lives are better because the U.S. was there. O bomb pulled out troops reprision went back as if king...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@William_Mary Do not think I read that anywhere. Did see and here the O bomb say we we're pulling out the next big thing we're terriost spring up.
Climate change
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
To me there are many unanswered questions and factors not included in the equation.
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@Sadoi The earth goes through cycles when it ellipses around the sun it is at times further away this happens for many reason alignments of the other planets having a gravitational effect on our planet, the sun creates electromagnetic pulses we are protected from the magnetosphere if those pulses are pulses are attracting or repelling at times is undeterminable. Those are just a few of the space reasons there are many more. Now we get to earth's surface the volcanoes have been more active in the last 20-30 years not only do they spay poison gases into the atmosphere but also change the dichotomy of the earth's mantels. Ultimate altering the lay of the land. Next the biological factor has to come into play. Cattle spewing methane into the ozone via flatulence. Is that really a factor? The 200 years that fossil fuel had been going into the atmosphere is that any worse than say a monster volcano erupting? The concerns that should be paid attention to is ocean pollution. In the gulf of Mexico there are section of the ocean that are dead because the fertilizer has killed the sealife.All of this being said how is it any different than in the past the answer is not very the factors have been around 10`s of millions of years.
'This Is Not A Drill': A False Ballistic Missile Alert Shakes Hawaii : The Two-Way : NPR
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
I have seen Bikini Island is a cold barren place lifeless place. Nukes are not on my joke list.
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@BookDeath It is unclear to me if he likes to use the threat as a parent would use a spanking or if he would push the button and turn the keys. The secretary of defence needs to turn the other key. So do you think they would result to this knowingly destroy our lands. Remember that his family and his businesses are in a major Atlantic coastal city. Think he is more unlikely to turn the key, he is religious and they believe in heaven and hell. I think that the O bomb was more dangerous in that position.
Have you ever had a taxi (Uber, Lyft or other) experience that you will not forget?
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
Was many years ago we were On liberty in Korea my friends talk about it to this day crazy drive driving on sidewalk in to semis how we survived we wonder to this day.
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@Funandfondles I was in the PI had a jeepnee driver try to rip me off I lifted the jeep up on two wheels that was enough to deter them from trying to rob me.
Climate change
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
To me there are many unanswered questions and factors not included in the equation.
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@Sadoi will tomorrow have 6 year old monkeys th a will be dad I am hungry in the morning got to get my 4 hours in.
Chelsea Manning files to run for U.S. Senate in Maryland - The Washington Post
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
Wish those Clintons would stick to ripping Arabs off, they are terrible for politics.
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@LennyP49 Bill Clinton sold America to China gave jobs right to them killed the jobs here that were supporting the countries by paying the wave tax. Hillary was too busy hanging out with he her girl in a hotel room when they called for back up in Lybia I detest of both those subhumans.
Insomnia
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
I take 10 mg of ambien and hydroxyzine 50 mg only keeps me out like 4 hours have tried valerian root, melatonin, kava kava, ashwagandha, high doses of benadryl nothing works, camomile. magnesium. They took me off ambien and for an entire month was climbing the walls slept like 20 or 30 minutes at a ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@Sadoi I was living in Pennsylvania at the time has had surgery on my arm ulnar nerve transposition. The medical staff but the bandage on top tight. My arm turned black. Went to the ER the nurse was told to give me 100 cc of demerol . The nurse said in 30 years she had never given 100 cc of any pain medication. She had said that I would be out for 10 hours. Sounded good to me. Chased my girlfriend around for a while at the time tell asleep 3 hours later I was wide awake was going to call the nurse and tell her she lied.
Insomnia
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
I take 10 mg of ambien and hydroxyzine 50 mg only keeps me out like 4 hours have tried valerian root, melatonin, kava kava, ashwagandha, high doses of benadryl nothing works, camomile. magnesium. They took me off ambien and for an entire month was climbing the walls slept like 20 or 30 minutes at a ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 14, 2018:
@Bam85 I quit drinking so the liquor manufacturers could catch up.
Do you feel that your society has a bias towards extroverts?
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
I was introverted when I was young Something happen my teens when I left home at 16 my outlook positive changed and got away from suppression of my step father. Ever since then I had no reason to hide inside of my turtle shell.
azzow2 replies on Jan 13, 2018:
@silvereyes I was very depressed because of abuse when I was young some of my friend would have considered me suicidal back then. My analogy was not so good.
Do you feel that your society has a bias towards extroverts?
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
I was introverted when I was young Something happen my teens when I left home at 16 my outlook positive changed and got away from suppression of my step father. Ever since then I had no reason to hide inside of my turtle shell.
azzow2 replies on Jan 13, 2018:
@silvereyes I know was very shy bad analogy I suppose.
Why are you labeling me?
Sarahroo29 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
Women also get labeled, "slut" and men don't. It's not right.
azzow2 replies on Jan 13, 2018:
I have heard the term man whore, I fear it doesn't quite take on the same context though.
This mass is more than 3 miles off the coast of California because it is beyond the 3 mile barrier ...
BucketlistBob comments on Jan 13, 2018:
It was said...get rid of trump.
azzow2 replies on Jan 13, 2018:
Was there way before he took office they appeals to the O bomb and he ignored it.
Stroll Down Memory Lane...... Yesterday I changed my profile pic to my Senior High School ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
My Navy days was like 21 or 22 there.
azzow2 replies on Jan 13, 2018:
@BeeHappy Alcohol would take the edge off back then but it also gave way to doing some stupid things. Don't drink any more have to be a role model and good example raising kids by myself is no place to be intoxicated have not not drank like 6 + years now. Think I have more vivid ideas now then I ever did back then. Have been on a poetry streak for several years. Have had had people give me the what you are smoking line, I do everything lucid.
Stroll Down Memory Lane...... Yesterday I changed my profile pic to my Senior High School ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 13, 2018:
My Navy days was like 21 or 22 there.
azzow2 replies on Jan 13, 2018:
@BeeHappy Back then yes I was shy.
I tend to be overly honest; that often makes people uncomfortable. My thought is, we are all human, ...
Pooska comments on Jan 12, 2018:
I tend to keep my cards close. I've had too many people take advantage of my kindness and try to manipulate. So if I do reach out to someone it takes a lot for me to do it
azzow2 replies on Jan 13, 2018:
People tend to mistake kindness for weakness. Like a tiger on a hunt when some burns me I never forget and wait to pounce when the time is on my side. I absolutely hate when people are taken advantage of. You are smart about protecting your intentions.
Hello from the I.E. Anybody out there?
Akfishlady comments on Jan 12, 2018:
Inland Empire!!! I hate to admit this but I was born there.... (Rivi) Hi from lovely wet and wonderful Washington.
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
I heard it on the radio many times never was there lived in Huntington Beach for years.
Apparently in 2013 Oprah made the comment that Athists cannot feel awe and wonder.... ...
buck1977 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
maybe steve harvey can be her running mate.....
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
Bill Maher
Apparently in 2013 Oprah made the comment that Athists cannot feel awe and wonder.... ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
Think we need someone like a Colan Powell to run Ophra has skeletons in her closets.
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
Did she have a diet pill issue?
Is anybody interested in investing in the stock market?
HeyHiHullo comments on Jan 12, 2018:
Buy what I use/like... Visa, Home Depot, Disney. Don't care for F.A.N.G. except Goog, which is in funds.
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
lol
Anyone else love Godzilla?? :)
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
The old school was the best when the voices never matched and the giant turtle would fly around.
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
@KKGator when I was in my teens lived in California the loca! college Goldenwest community college would put marathons on of those old martial arts movies that the voice never matched they must have had the same directors.
Hello from the I.E. Anybody out there?
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
You have to tell the IE inland Empire not everyone knows that.
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
My edit buttons broke Inland
Anyone else love Godzilla?? :)
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
The old school was the best when the voices never matched and the giant turtle would fly around.
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
@KKGator Has been many years thank you for the name could not recall it.
Got love the free scam. Try this for free just 5.99$ in shipping next billing cycle 89.99 on you ...
Sarahroo29 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
Only ignorant people believe those scams.
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
Unfortunately they target the elderly and those not schooled with marketing physiology skills.
Is anybody interested in investing in the stock market?
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
Have some potinitality good ones costco is my blue chip (SIRI) bought at .60 sold at sold at 5 (SYY) sold it looking sold it to early bought at 26 sold at 46 new age pharmaceuticals got it at .10 a share. Always game for a good tip
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
@dc65 think it would be better to drop it takes a long time to regain confidence. If I could figure out who was going to put the holographic tv out I would jump on that. That was a super good decision. I missed a lot that jump like that being too careful.
I wonder if I'm urinating in the breeze here in north-east Louisiana.
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
Great part of our country. tTy and do it down wind.
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
Can't edit tTy# Try
You have any sick friend's that need help?
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
Is a tough disease. Many years back before( Al Gore invented the internet LOL) I spent many hours in the library. A friend of mine was diagnosed with MS so I wanted to better explain what it was to him. In my search I had discovered that they have known since the early 1960's that cancer is a virus....
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
@JeffMurray The genetic disposition only gives cancer a path to follow. We all have potential cancers in our bodies pathogens help exploit the cancers in some people's DNA sequence. Looking at cancer through an electron microscope it has very similar ilaos as virus.
Firearms are the Worst Thing to Happen to Humanity. Or what invention do you think has been worst ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
No! people in the media neglect to say how many people were saved in a day because shopkeepers are allowed to own guns. That criminal that cop killed how many people would he have hurt if they were not stopped. Many people use guns as a tool to put food on the table farmers use them to protect their...
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
@Pooska You left out that you can make one in your house if you have a some powdered porcelain and a kiln.
You have any sick friend's that need help?
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
Is a tough disease. Many years back before( Al Gore invented the internet LOL) I spent many hours in the library. A friend of mine was diagnosed with MS so I wanted to better explain what it was to him. In my search I had discovered that they have known since the early 1960's that cancer is a virus....
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
@mymysticcrow You better do some more research.
I'm wondering if Dark Matter is nothing more than the expanding stupidity in the universe.
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
Thinking of protons nutrons and electrons in an atom would have to thin the same in space matter antimatter dark matter.
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
can't edit thin# think
Firearms are the Worst Thing to Happen to Humanity. Or what invention do you think has been worst ...
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
No! people in the media neglect to say how many people were saved in a day because shopkeepers are allowed to own guns. That criminal that cop killed how many people would he have hurt if they were not stopped. Many people use guns as a tool to put food on the table farmers use them to protect their...
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
@zanyfish I was in the Navy kind of partial to shooting bad guys.
Can anybody on here get my most obscure joke?
azzow2 comments on Jan 12, 2018:
A pig fell in the mud. are you ROTFLAF yet? A couple were having lunch with an alien couple they discussed about doing partner swap for the evening. So the human female and alien hooked up and started to get busy having sex. The alie disrobed and started to get into it with he human female he was ...
azzow2 replies on Jan 12, 2018:
Had edit and repost my edit button is not functioning.

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