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Bit of a contraversial move.. Don't think it should really be legal anywhere personally .. any ...
cava comments on Apr 24, 2018:
Valproate is an effective treatment for epilepsy, bipolar disorder and migraine. For some women with epilepsy, it may be the only effective treatment option. But the drug carries a 10% chance of causing physical abnormalities and a 30-40% risk of developmental problems such as autism and developmental delay in children born to mothers who take it. In the UK alone, around 20,000 children have been harmed since valproate was introduced in the 1970s. Earlier this year, the European Medicines Agency recommended that valproate should not be used in pregnancy unless the woman has epilepsy that has not responded to alternative medications. It should not be prescribed to women of childbearing age unless they use contraception. But surveys show that many women with epilepsy are still unaware of the risks. https://www.bmj.com/company/newsroom/experts-weigh-risks-of-epilepsy-drug-in-pregnancy-as-eu-considers-safety-recommendations/
Got into some debate about good 'ol MERICA a bit ago and it reminded me of this video. Hope you all ...
cava comments on Apr 24, 2018:
The right to petition or redress is embedded in the Constitution. It made sense at the time it was written and it still makes sense for a person to be able to petition his representatives. What does not make sense, to my mind, is that corporations, unions, associations can share the same rights as a real person and that unlimited monies can be utilized in realizing that petition. The Supreme Court in 2010 upheld its theory that corporations are legal persons. I think that money in politics is ruining our country, but as the video suggests that ain't going to change anytime soon, given the amount of monies involved. Instead of the most qualified individuals running the government we have the most wealthy shitheads running it.
Are you a social person? I'm not.
cava comments on Apr 23, 2018:
So introverted face to face, but extroverted online. Living virtual reality
What’s your guilty pleasure song?
cava comments on Apr 23, 2018:
PSY - GANGNAM STYLE(강남스타일) M/V
Which infamous leader does Trump remind you of?
cava comments on Apr 23, 2018:
I think he aspires to be more like Putin. The whole fake news concept is weaponized to create confusion and conceal facts to disrupt interpretation. It is taken out the Russian political play book and Trump is a consummate player.
Female singer.who is your favorite female singer? Madonna, Britney Spears,Mariah Carey, Lady Gaga
cava comments on Apr 23, 2018:
Amy Winehouse, Jorja Smith
Brews I've encountered in thebpast 6 mos.
cava comments on Apr 22, 2018:
It is amazing. I live in Southeast Florida and there are 3 active breweries within 5 miles or so, and many more not far away. I love: Due South (Boynton Beach) Caramel Cream Ale Cream Ale Brewed with Vanilla Beans | 5.0% ABV Mathew's Brewing Co (Lake Worth) This place is great, many small batch beers. Current favorite: Riff-Raff American Porter "...has a deep, black color, rich chocolate, toffee and coffee flavors, a creamy head and full-bodied smoothness. A blend of specially roasted pale, caramel, chocolate and black malts along with Northern Brewer hops creates complexity without bitterness. This is a very drinkable American Porter". Also Centerpoint Brewery in Boynton Beach. They have some very distinctive IPAs.
What are 10 albums that made an impact on you that you still listen to? (and no, they don't all have...
cava comments on Apr 22, 2018:
Beatles: White Album Bob Dylan: John Wesley Harding Led Zepplin I Tapestry: Carole King Michael Jackson: Thriller Guns & Roses: Days of Thunder Amy Winehouse: Back to Black album AC DC: Back in Black The Weekend: My Dear Melancholy Kanye West: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
What makes a person think that abstractions are not real?
cava comments on Apr 22, 2018:
We hold all objects in our mind: the objects we perceive outside our self, as well as our thoughts. Some are objective are independent and some are subjective,dependent notions. Some thoughts phenomenal represent an existent and these appear to be independent of us, others have only virtual existence and they are dependent on us such as abstractions. Abstractions don't have a phenomenal existence, we can only perceive particulars.
Three learned professors of English from Oxford were walking back to the University after a pleasant...
cava comments on Apr 22, 2018:
Sineric
Wonderful events!
cava comments on Apr 22, 2018:
Fireflys
Looking to move towards the Florida Atlantic Coast this coming August. Not sure where & looking for ...
cava comments on Apr 22, 2018:
The further south you go in Florida, the further north you get.
Jordan Peterson is making a big splash. Absent an apparent search option in these forums, has this ...
cava comments on Apr 22, 2018:
There is a search function. You have to go to the home page and look where it says Recent Member Activity, scan all the way to the right and you will see the search button, it works for topics...type in Peterson or Jordan Peterson there are plenty of posts.
Does being pantheist mean believing in God?
cava comments on Apr 22, 2018:
The conception of what is meant by god, is very different in pantheism. God as Nature is entirely immanent and always in process. Since nature only exposes it self in its diversity, I take it that the pantheist god is a plurality which is in the process of realizing itself (more the way William James saw pantheism) it is not a deity.
I think one of the worst tenets of religion is unquestioned belief. If you believe well enough... ...
cava comments on Apr 22, 2018:
I don't believe in CBT.
WHO'S NAME DO I CALL ON NOW? It suddenly dawned on me that I am stuck with a bit of a conundrum....
cava comments on Apr 21, 2018:
bloody hell, blimey, egad, goodness me, leapin' lizards, holy kamoley
Morality: What are your thoughts on the connection between an action and its' context?
cava comments on Apr 21, 2018:
A) John goes to a bar has a few too many and drives home safely. b) John goes to a bar has a few too many and kills a person on the way home. If the morality of his action is based solely on its consequence then he acted morally in (a) and immorally in (b), which I think is an inadequate explanation of what we believe to be moral or immoral. Utilitarianism I think is usable for society as a whole, as a way to suggest the good public policy actions, but not usable for determination of the good personal actions.
I I am leaving room for the possibility of a god that produced The Big Bang. However I am often ...
cava comments on Apr 21, 2018:
Stephen Hawking "Events before the Big Bang are simply not defined, because there's no way one could measure what happened at them. Since events before the Big Bang have no observational consequences, one may as well cut them out of the theory, and say that time began at the Big Bang." My guess is that luck produced the big bang. Of course if luck be a lady, then god is a missus. :)
I wonder what our Greek forefathers would think of this world where we have the sum of human ...
cava comments on Apr 21, 2018:
I doubt they would be all that impressed by all the wars, the gratuitous killing, our disregard for the environment and our lack of progress in acting ethically and morally. The writings of Plato and Aristotle are in many way superior to what has been written since they were around. Alfred North Whitehead wrote: The safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato. I do not mean the systematic scheme of thought which scholars have doubtfully extracted from his writings. I allude to the wealth of general ideas scattered through them. His personal endowments, his wide opportunities for experience at a great period of civilization, his inheritance of an intellectual tradition not yet stiffened by excessive systematization, have made his writing an inexhaustible mine of suggestion. ... "
"The romantic contrast between modern industry that “destroys nature” and our ancestors who ...
cava comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Reading Lews and Clark's recount of their trip to the west coast of the USA was an eye opener. The tribes were dependent on their territory, native Americans with good territories versus those who had to scrape to get by on marginal land. How they lived, spent their winters grouped together in tents with all the animals. Pretty amazing, not very romantic but also not bad depending the draw of the dice. The tribes along the Pacific Coast seemed to have the best of it, with plenty of dried salmon stored away to kept them going.
Political Songs!
cava comments on Apr 20, 2018:
(the song was like it wasn't written.) Emmitt Till's mother had Emmitt laid out in an open casket. His face raw, torn flesh, looked like raw hamburger, no longer a boy's face. Emmitt's mother wanted the world to see her son't bloody face in all its glory. The men who killed Emmitt went free. https://youtu.be/RVKTx9YlKls
Happy 420 day May the nation follow
cava comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Celebrating it latter at a local craft brewery....cheers!
What makes a man? I was talking to a friend of mine and we were talking about identities that ...
cava comments on Apr 20, 2018:
Gender nominalism vs. gender realism...I side with nominalism. There are many men and there are many women but there is no essential male or essential female.
"Knowing there is a world that will outlive you, there are people whose well-being depends on how ...
cava comments on Apr 19, 2018:
Almost sounds like he's preaching.
Now here's something to spend your day contemplating.
cava comments on Apr 19, 2018:
There is no escape from pain, and that is not just my story, every creature experiences pain. Our self consciousness of pain sets us apart from other animals. Pain causes us to seek escape, it causes us to transcend our circumstance by force of its trauma. In doing this it enables us to transcend (but not avoid) the bestiality of our existence.
I say oh hell yes. My intuition said no. What is this thing,where does it come from,why is it ...
cava comments on Apr 19, 2018:
I think what we learn and experience is embedded in us, and forms the basis for our intuitions. Whenever we experience something new, or run into a problem in which we don't see a logical solution it functions as the "what if" of our imagination, tempered by what we know.
Are there any Godsmack fans lingering around?
cava comments on Apr 19, 2018:
I like Godsmack a lot. I didn't know about the new album, tks...just saw their hilarious intro video about Bulletproof. I like Pasquale's girlfriend's unflappable attitude. The song sounds great. https://youtu.be/6AY19BPipyo
What's the most embarrassing thing that's happened to you during sex?
cava comments on Apr 19, 2018:
The bed had wooden slats supporting the box spring, and we broke the bed, all of a sudden we were on the ground.... we could not stop laughing.
Do you believe in Karma?
cava comments on Apr 19, 2018:
"Good intent and good deed contribute to good karma and future happiness, while bad intent and bad deed contribute to bad karma and future suffering". Wikipedia I think that this suggests that fate is not blind, but rather that we have a role to play, that what we do makes us complicit in the outcomes we realize in our own life. While we may not be able to control what will happen, our acts are not inconsequential what does happen.
I Found This Application For A Girlfriend -Can Be Adapted to Boyfriend
cava comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Are box tops required along with the application?
How many Jimmy Dore and Kyle Kalinski fans do we have on here? I love their shows
cava comments on Apr 18, 2018:
I like his shows especially his fake interviews with Chuck Schumer.
Microscopic grass ?
cava comments on Apr 18, 2018:
I suck up water though my smiley channel as well.
Cannabis supporters
cava comments on Apr 18, 2018:
It is legal now in many areas for recreational use and in other areas for solely medical use. I think it may achieve national legality if what I've been reading is accurate. It is far less debilitating than alcohol and other dangerous substances like meth, opiods, cocaine and other drugs. There are gummy bears.
Ugg if it isn't insomnia it sure does taste like it.. how do people deal with this the lack of sleep...
cava comments on Apr 18, 2018:
Do you exercise? Here is an interesting idea that may work for some, my sleep patterns have improved, I drink one glass a day around noon time. http://www.choosecherries.com/press-material/study-tart-cherry-juice-increases-sleep-time-in-adults-with-insomnia/
This is true, for me at least.
cava comments on Apr 18, 2018:
I am someone who puts my hand over a flame just to see how long I can keep it there.
Few words with a never ending way to go and how to get there.
cava comments on Apr 18, 2018:
It made sense when he said it and it still makes sense for our response to prejudice and racism. However, I think we have fetishized this notion of progress to extent that we can't appreciate the marvel, the wonder and beauty of where we are at.
Daniel Dennett: "Postmodernists are a Fraud" - YouTube
cava comments on Apr 18, 2018:
You link did not work for me. Here it is again. https://youtu.be/jcTUihJS3KI Dennett is brilliant and funny, but clearly he is speaking off the cuff and his admission of respect for what Richard Rorty said plus his little anecdote about Foucault's conversation with Searle suggest his interest in the ideas behind the baroque texts of post modernism. Derrida, or someone else was also asked why they wrote such dense texts. He answered similar to Foucault but he also intimated that the thoughts that a philosopher sweats out over the course of a lifetime of work and study ought not to be simply absorbed as eating canapes. Postmodernism is alive and well, there is no totalizing meta narrative.
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cava comments on Apr 18, 2018:
"Once I had the rarest rose That ever deigned to bloom Cruel winter chilled the bud And stole my flower too soon" Perfect voice for this.
Is Carlin right? [youtu.be]
cava comments on Apr 17, 2018:
George was right.
So I have these new neighbors in a rental house next door. They let the dogs bark outside at all ...
cava comments on Apr 17, 2018:
Maybe the dog is also waking other neighbors? Might be worth asking around.
Why no bio and/or photo?
cava comments on Apr 17, 2018:
Follow their posts and see if you like what they have to say...perhaps?
Like good old Rock N’ Roll, check this group out. May be newer but sound great. [youtu.be]
cava comments on Apr 17, 2018:
Sounds like great driving rock, a bit anachronistic.
[youtu.be]
cava comments on Apr 17, 2018:
Very nice, they sampled minimalist recording, added rock texture, and very dystopian lyrics.
'There is no such thing as past or future': physicist Carlo Rovelli on changing how we think about ...
cava comments on Apr 17, 2018:
I think what we experience and observe is reality. What science derives, it derives from the data it observes. It tries to explains why we observe what we observe. So if you miss filing you taxes then try using time is an illusion argument and see what that will get you :)
Scumbag
cava comments on Apr 17, 2018:
Most politicians are scumbags, and yea it has to do with all the money that is involved. It is the ruin of our political system.
After Central America next week, this is one of my goals. I'm fascinated by more obscure locations....
cava comments on Apr 17, 2018:
I don't think I will put it on my bucket list...it looks far too cold to be summer.
Do you think atheists or non-believers in general, tend to be more neurotic? Are they maybe more ...
cava comments on Apr 17, 2018:
I think that theists and conservatives tend to be happy as pigs in shit, while atheists and liberals tend to be neurotic about all the shit they're in :)
I made a mistake and am now being shamed for it, I went out with a couple of friends because it was ...
cava comments on Apr 16, 2018:
Figure about a month's or less worth of contriteness.
What Are the Psychological Effects of Losing Your Religion? [neurosciencenews.com]
cava comments on Apr 16, 2018:
The study included only Chinese Protestants. According to a survey published in 2010 there are approximately 40 million Protestants in China, which makes it a distinct minority based on a population of 1.338 billion. The results of study given cultural differences, the fact that Chinese Protestants are distinctly a minority should give one pause and view this study with a grain of rice.
Atheism isn’t a culture as any atheist can tell you. Could a culture be developed based on ...
cava comments on Apr 16, 2018:
"Atheism isn’t a culture as any atheist can tell you. Could a culture be developed based on atheism?" Isn't this exactly what Stalin tried to do in Russia in the 1920's and 1930's... to establish an atheistic culture. WWII is the only thing that ended his genocidal campaign against religion. "This campaign, like the campaigns of other periods that formed the basis of the USSR's efforts to eliminate religion and replace it with atheism supported with a materialist world view, was accompanied with official claims that there was no religious persecution in the USSR, and that believers who were being targeted were for other reasons." The last part obvious propaganda. "In the period between 1927 and 1940, the number of Orthodox Churches in the Russian Republic fell from 29,584 to less than 500"
Anybody else understand a feeling I am trying to describe that is associated with something like ...
cava comments on Apr 15, 2018:
Perhaps a sense of feeling safe, and guarded, feeling the warmth of your friends
I, Too by Langston Hughes | Poetry Foundation
cava comments on Apr 15, 2018:
He was right, and America is better for it.
The probelm with evil. [youtu.be]
cava comments on Apr 15, 2018:
She mixes up empirical 'reality' with formal 'reality', A=A only formally as in mathematics In the real world A changes from nanosecond to nanosecond. Logic simply cannot encompass 'reality'
Whale Sneezes Rainbow, Proving Nature is Beautiful and Weird... [livescience.com]
cava comments on Apr 15, 2018:
Yes it is beautiful. Perhaps it is too bad the whale can't see the rainbow it blew, perhaps that is weird, but the whale could care less.
Remember the movie, 2001 a space odesty?
cava comments on Apr 15, 2018:
Kubrick could care less.
Mystery / detectives, British
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
Dashiell Hammett, the Thin Man Sax Rohmer's Dr. Fu Manchu Earl Derr Biggers Charlie Chan SS Van Dine, The Canary Murder Case Raymond Chandler...most of his (sorry missed the British part)
Is money sweeter than honey?
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
Is money sweeter than honey? My honey is sweeter than money
What is chemistry? How do you know if you have chemistry with someone in the context of a ...
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
Unexpected connections. Like coming out and saying the same thing at the same time , finding a picture you just love hanging at their house.. A kind of an un-worked, spontaneous empathy.
Jesus’ last words on the cross, ‘My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?’ hardly seem like ...
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
When you know its ending, in your heart, will you remain true to your lack of belief? There is a story, the family denies but the priest who heard his confession swears to... that Wallace Steven, the quintessential american poet, converted from life long atheism on his deathbed,
Absolutely...
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
https://youtu.be/zIC2aMlqEZk
What somg(s) evoke feelings of love for you? [youtube.com]
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
https://youtu.be/kcPc18SG6uA
Anyone interested in Exsistentialism. I think I know what it is and it makes me feel positive or am ...
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
Existence precedes essence.
I watch a little of the fireworks coverage last night, and as I watched, it occurred to me that I've...
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
Trump claimed "Mission Accomplished", he must be a student of history (not)
Any Sapiosexuals here?
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
I went out with a beautiful lady last week, we had a very pleasant dinner, but I had to explain almost everything I said and that was frustrating. On the other hand, it was her aesthetic which first attracted me to her. It not everything but it is something.
Well the clay is dry and now time for the first firing. Pizza or bread anyone? Total cost to build...
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
I love pizza, hope it turns out well for you.
Anyone else find painting relaxing and stressful at the same time? I'm by no means a great artist ...
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
I enjoy plein air painting whenever possible, also painting in studio especially when I have an inspiration. I find that the imagery in some poetry is great inspiration. Watercolor. Love doing portraits, watch Netflix on large TV and stop frame it to sketch faces as I watch a movie...try to get in 3 to 5 quick sketches in an evening. My patience for watching TV is limited so it works out well for me.
Trump just attacked Syria! Get ready for WW3
cava comments on Apr 14, 2018:
"Bombs won't save lives or bring about peace." Jeremy Corbyn
Just-interesting [youtu.be]
cava comments on Apr 13, 2018:
GWF Hegel has detailed summary of Thales in his History of Philosophy.https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/hegel/works/hp/hpionic.htm Among other things he set the calendar to 365 days. Hegel's History is good read, but he (same with Russell) is bias towards his own views...I guess most Histories have built in bias.
Vajra - Pleroma (Full album)
cava comments on Apr 13, 2018:
Pleroma
Watch Out Trumpty Dumpty
cava comments on Apr 13, 2018:
Problem is that if he is charged with a Federal Crime, Trump could always tell him the fix (aka his Prez pardon) is in. Bank fraud is a Federal Crime.
What's up with reality?
cava comments on Apr 13, 2018:
https://youtu.be/rQ_8t6JAABI
What is the most mind blowing book you have ever read? "Genealogy of morality" by Neitzsche in my...
cava comments on Apr 13, 2018:
Howard Zinn: A People's History of the United States
Still raining, Hendrix [youtu.be]
cava comments on Apr 13, 2018:
Hendrix brought his guitar to life, he let it sing.
Do we need fantasy ? [youtu.be]
cava comments on Apr 12, 2018:
Yes, I agree. Every child ought to believe in something, there is be plenty of time for disillusionment during a life.
I subscribe to the Buddhist belief that there are many paths to the top of the mountain. What I ...
cava comments on Apr 12, 2018:
Is there a prize on top?
Philosopher Kings or Democracy?
cava comments on Apr 12, 2018:
No, but Plato was describing what we have learned to call a Utopia. He used it as a pedagogical model to discuss some of his main philosophical considerations such as the determination of what is meant by Justice.
Does anyone like Nietzsche? Can you discuss at length? If so message or whatever you do on here me.
cava comments on Apr 12, 2018:
The Three metamorphoses: The Camel ....load bearer "...which, when laden, hasteneth into the wilderness, so hasteneth the spirit into its wilderness." We all have a 'wilderness' to confront which can lead to second metamorphoses The Lion..self confidence and determination " here the spirit becometh a lion; freedom will it capture, and lordship in its own wilderness. Leads to a new begining The Child...innocence and forgiving "Innocence is the child, and forgetfulness, a new beginning, a game, a self-rolling wheel, a first movement, a holy Yea." "Three metamorphoses of the spirit have I designated to you: how the spirit became a camel, the camel a lion, and the lion at last a child.— Thus spake Zarathustra"
"One of the pillars of Stoic philosophy is not letting circumstances outside your control disturb ...
cava comments on Apr 12, 2018:
I don't like Stoicism because it tries to tell you how to live your life, to neither minimize nor maximize. A sort of middle way path to oblivion.
Why is there no hard core Gothic Hip-Hop?
cava comments on Apr 12, 2018:
Horrorcore? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horrorcore
Here is one more meaningless story: sitting at the bar, the girl next to me start the ...
cava comments on Apr 12, 2018:
Attracted to you but afraid, otherwise why would she come back and sit next to you and not somewhere else. She's testing you.
Healthcare
cava comments on Apr 12, 2018:
I with Bernie https://youtu.be/GkvA96TQz0g
Guys, your opinion? [theguardian.com]
cava comments on Apr 12, 2018:
My take away: "Sadly, modernity has failed to replace traditional codes with anything explicit, or coherent or benign. We’re left with values that are residual, fuzzy, accidental or sniggeringly conspiratorial."
Who is your classical atheist author? Voltaire, D'Holbach, Hume?
cava comments on Apr 12, 2018:
Karl Marx "Religion is the opium of the people"
I never remember dreaming anymore. Does anyone else experience this?
cava comments on Apr 11, 2018:
Some nights lots of dreams some nights not so much. I have read it has to do with how active your brain is in encoding memories, many dreamers wake up slightly which enables encoding of long term memory and allows you to recall the dream when you wake up, others people just don't wake up.
I'm taking the time to read some of the BIG books this year. First up is Middlemarch...next is ...
cava comments on Apr 11, 2018:
I have been thinking of re-reading Moby Dick, I read it in college and then again after I got out of school, so this will be my third reading. There are few books I have read 3xs...Huckleberry Finn is another.
At Least 23 Ethical Issues Are Dogging EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt | HuffPost
cava comments on Apr 11, 2018:
I like Trevor Noah's profile on Pruitt: https://youtu.be/xP_f6IRh958
I think beauty is brainwashing because some societies see things beauty such as a more than a foot ...
cava comments on Apr 11, 2018:
No, I think that beauty presents something that opens up, illuminates the beholder. It expands one's conceptions of is possible. Beauty suggests a unique unification of the art object with the beholder.
Erich Fromm is one my favourite philosophers of the 20th century: “Optimism is an alienated ...
cava comments on Apr 11, 2018:
I also like Fromm, he held some strong Marxian positions the following from Marx's Concept of Man by Fromm: "For Marx, as for Hegel, the concept of alienation is based on the distinction between existence and essence, on the fact that man's existence is alienated from his essence, that in reality he is not what he potentially is, or, to put it differently, that he is not what he ought to be, and that he ought to be that which he could be."
I need to start going to this plaza...
cava comments on Apr 11, 2018:
10 minutes is about my tolerance for retail plazas, even when they are not vag
I'm seriously thinking about going on the DASH diet . Anybody have any advice ? Anybody have any ...
cava comments on Apr 10, 2018:
I have a friend that is using it to help lower his blood pressure, he said it is fine, but he was surprised by the strength of the herbs in dash, so use it sparingly. You can always add more.
My favourite quote from the Bond movie 'Spectre'
cava comments on Apr 10, 2018:
"I'm on the black and he's sittin' in the corner looking all fuckin' biscuit-arsed. When this hard cunt comes in. Obviously fuckin' fancies himself, like. Starts staring at me. Lookin' at me, right fuckin' at me, as if to say, "Come ahead, square go." You ken me, I'm not the type of cunt that goes looking for fuckin' bother, like, but at the end of the day I'm the cunt with a pool cue and he can " Trainspotting
Agree or disagree? Perfectionism is the voice of the oppressor, the enemy of the people. It will...
cava comments on Apr 10, 2018:
Reactionary conservatism is absolutist, evangelical nittery.
A color like love maybe you believe light is orange at sunset yellow at dawn maybe...
cava comments on Apr 10, 2018:
Michelangelo depended on line, not color. Love with no limits is too ambiguous.
There’s something soothing about falling asleep to the sound of rolling thunder
cava comments on Apr 10, 2018:
I remember being the mountains where the sound of rolling thunder echoes off the mountains and merges into the next clap, pretty awesome but not easy to sleep. Much rather listen to the sound of gentle ocean waves lapping on the shore. I found it almost impossible to sleep listening to a mockingbird, just as I get used to one of their melodies they change the tune which is totally distracting.
I've seen posts here about downsizing and thought I'd share some pics of my own personal downsizing ...
cava comments on Apr 10, 2018:
Saw what looks like electric baseboard heating, but how about plumbing?
What's your take here?
cava comments on Apr 9, 2018:
pro-life, over political direction I'm pro-choice, its a woman's body & fuck politicians
What is your earliest memory of a film (or scene) that really, really scared you. Mine was an old ...
cava comments on Apr 9, 2018:
1958 The Blob, I remember going to the Saturday Matinee... holy crap scared me. https://youtu.be/3OKa_CGMmhE
To vape or not to vape? What is your personal opinion in vaping?
cava comments on Apr 9, 2018:
It is great for cannabis, no muss no fuss, no roaches, no stinky aroma, no tars and other gross things, just around 80% THC. I don't vape nicotine or other flavors unless I am on vacation and I need to satisfy my oral fixation, and then 3% nic.
China Insists on Control of Religion, Dimming Hope of Imminent Vatican Deal - The New York Times
cava comments on Apr 9, 2018:
I think China's problem with Catholic's has to do with who can name Bishops, the government wants to name them and the Catholic Church does not want to buy into that concept...or at least that's what I recall. The majority of the population of China are religious in a way that sounds very different from the West. They have "folk religion" which apparently, over a billion of them practice in some form or the other. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_China#Definition_of_what_in_China_is_spiritual_and_religious
This Is How Many Hours It Takes to Make a Friend
cava comments on Apr 9, 2018:
Sounds right, except that I think to be a good friend, it has to able to withstand a test of that friendship, where it either stands or falls.

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