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I'm semi-retired (work part time from home) and a caregiver to my disabled wife. I'm an atheist/rationalist animal lover, politically progressive (favor Scandinavian-style socialism), and an avid reader. I'm also a general oddball: a mildly autistic (Asperger's) introvert who cares nothing about sports or pop culture and thinks fat women are beautiful.

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[yahoo.com] Neo-Nazi Group Calls for Assassination of Royal Couple for Race Mixing - Sick F-cks ...
dan325 comments on Dec 8, 2018:
What do we do with these people? I know what I'd like to do to them, but I don't want to sink to their level.
[yahoo.com] Home Health Care Nurse Claims Racial Profiling by Officer Looking for Suspicious ...
dan325 comments on Dec 8, 2018:
I never used to relate to the term "white privilege," because I never felt particularly privileged. Then, after I learned that two black acquaintances were separately harassed, each one multiple times, by our local police just for driving while black, the light came on. White privilege doesn't refer to white people getting treated particularly well; it refers to black and brown people getting treated particularly badly. It's real, and it's very wrong.
I figure this would be the better place to post this since it does have to do with all of the ...
dan325 comments on Dec 8, 2018:
The great majority of our presidents have been warmongers who hoodwinked the country into fighting senseless wars. Since the Civil War, our only justifiable conflict has been WWII, and even then we disgraced ourselves by nuking two Japanese cities. Bush Sr. was one of the worst, yet now they're practically canonizing him.
Do introverts use alcohol to open up more?
dan325 comments on Dec 8, 2018:
I often drink a beer or a glass of wine with dinner, but that's pretty much the extent of it. If I drink much more, I tend to briefly get a little silly and then fall asleep. Not much help in social situations, unless you count falling asleep as a means of escape.
Mentally I often feel young. But all these annoying aches and pains and some health conditions, I ...
dan325 comments on Dec 7, 2018:
Swear jars create an unjust and unreasonable damper on linguistic creativity. Take out the quarters and spend them on X-rated movies!
I don't agree with the god part of the story but of all the Holocaust stories of survival this is ...
dan325 comments on Dec 7, 2018:
The grandfather was obviously a strong, decent person who experienced an extraordinary streak of good luck. He certainly deserved to survive, as did millions of other strong, decent people who weren't as lucky. If a "good" god existed and miracles were real, none of those people would have been murdered.
As an introvert we are in a minority. Chances are we have all dated an extrovert at some point. Did ...
dan325 comments on Dec 6, 2018:
Absolutely. I've been dragged to parties, events, and social gatherings, and I've also been roped into assisting with and attending such activities in my own home. My obvious unhappiness about these forms of torture (and occasional outright refusal to participate) have always been a source of strain.
[yahoo.com] Michigan GOP Guts Minimum Wage Increase and Paid Sick Leave - WTF!!!!
dan325 comments on Dec 6, 2018:
Today's GOP is a legitimate political party in form only. In substance, it's a corrupt tool of the mega-rich and their corporations.
Many people see introverts as weird.
dan325 comments on Dec 6, 2018:
The older I get, the weirder I get. Or maybe I just care less about letting the weirdness show. It's really kind of relaxing.
I just went into the introverts chat room. it was no surprise to find myself the only one in the ...
dan325 comments on Dec 4, 2018:
If an introvert chats in an empty chat room, has anything been said?
[washingtonpost.com] Researchers have found strong evidence that racism helps the GOP Win?
dan325 comments on Dec 4, 2018:
Really? I'm shocked! Sure glad we have researchers to figure this stuff out for us.
Heehee! ?
dan325 comments on Dec 3, 2018:
Right on, Martha!
Back in early 80's I got fired from a job for being fat. They gave some other b.s. reason. But the...
dan325 comments on Dec 2, 2018:
That's horrifying. It's bigotry, no less so than if these stunted "people" were anti-black, antisemitic, or anti-any other group that they wanted to use as a means of compensating for their own inadequacy. A few jurisdictions have policies forbidding anti-fat discrimination and bullying (along with all other forms of discrimination), but such policies are not nearly as wide-spread as needed. In any case, I think fat women like you are beautiful, and I don't feel impelled to be prejudiced against thin women to feel that way. Too bad the reverse can't be true for these fools.
A really good article, please have a read :-) Me and Monotropism: A unified theory of autism ...
dan325 comments on Dec 2, 2018:
Fascinating article. As an Asperger's person, I agree and relate completely.
[yahoo.com] Federal Judge Rules Vs. DOJ For Trying to Pose Penalties Vs. Sanctuary Cities
dan325 comments on Dec 2, 2018:
I'm proud of our sanctuary cities, my sanctuary state, and all of the judges who have enough integrity to stand up to the foul being that occupies the oval office.
[myjewishlearning.] Why Do We Eat Latkes on Hanukkah? Very Interesting History.
dan325 comments on Dec 2, 2018:
The bigger question should be, why don't we eat latkes all the time? (I certainly would, if I were capable of preparing anything more complicated than cold cereal without endangering the lives of myself and those around me.)
What's a safe distance?
dan325 comments on Dec 2, 2018:
Just beyond earshot and visibility.
Old, 2017 article...but still unaccounted for. No one held accountable. It seems we squabble over ...
dan325 comments on Dec 2, 2018:
It's staggering and horrifying that this amount could just go by the wayside. It suggests a level of incompetence, deceit, and/or fraud that is almost inconceivable.
Truer words were never spoken.
dan325 comments on Nov 30, 2018:
I agree. To a similar effect, see the Ricky Gervais movie, "The Invention of Lying." The movie imagines a world where everyone always tells the truth, until the protagonist invents the fiction that he has access to a "man in the sky" who runs everything.
Total shock when my new job agreed to give me the first night of Hanukkah off to celebrate with my ...
dan325 comments on Nov 30, 2018:
It's good to hear there are some employers who actually treat their employees decently (unlike your son's). So many of them are dicks. Back in the long-ago days when I worked shifts, I always made it a point to work over Xmas, to avoid the hassle of determining whose family (mine or my ex-wife's) we'd have to visit at what time. (My mother was a nonpracticing Jew, and my father was half Welsh Jew and half Italian. They never celebrated Hannukah and always celebrated Xmas, which I kind of regret.)
Sometimes believers argue that religion has played a great role make human being civilised.what do ...
dan325 comments on Nov 28, 2018:
I think religion has done far more harm than good. Consider human and animal "sacrifice," the crusades, the Inquisition, radical Islam, the Christian right, the ultra-orthodox Jews in Israel (similar to the Xtian right in their behavior and attitudes), the Buddhist thugs in Myanmar, the Hindu right-wingers now in power in India, the efforts of religionists to prevent birth control and women's choice - need I go on?
Hateful Baptist Preacher Says Hanukkah is a Deception Hell - ...
dan325 comments on Nov 27, 2018:
Another hate-filled moron speaks. I'm disappointed, but not surprised, that most other so-called Christians aren't repudiating "people" like this.
Real Americans Burn Nazi Flags! Kudos to the Lakotas.
dan325 comments on Nov 26, 2018:
Well done, Lakota grandmothers!
No illegal concentration camps for immigrants say these Officers. Refuse Illegal and Immoral Orders....
dan325 comments on Nov 26, 2018:
We desperately need more military people like these.
Wanna hang out ?
dan325 comments on Nov 26, 2018:
I have to make sure the paint on my house stays dry.
Do you believe in Heaven and Hell?
dan325 comments on Nov 26, 2018:
No. They're myths, like Jesus rising on the third day, Moses parting the red sea, Allah dictating to Mohammed, or the Easter bunny laying licorice eggs.
Climate Change science vs the current Republican government. ....(sigh) ...
dan325 comments on Nov 25, 2018:
Intelligence vs. malevolent greed.
Does anyone have any views about Brexit? I’m not sure what it entails, exactly. From what I can ...
dan325 comments on Nov 25, 2018:
It appears to be moderately bad for the EU and very bad for Britain. Brexit was an idea that was not well thought out but was approved anyway, by voters who were just fed up with the status quo and threw a non-thinking electoral tantrum that subsequently blew up on them. (This was not unlike what happened in the USA with the election of Trump.) I believe it would be best for Britain to resubmit the Brexit question to the electorate.
Types of Bagels-No Egg Bagels, My Favorite
dan325 comments on Nov 25, 2018:
If I'd known plain bagels kept their socks on during sex, I'd have been less enthusiastic about them. My guilty pleasure is jalapeno cheese bagels. And I wish there was someplace in Northern California that knew how to make the original New York style bagles - crisp on the outside, soft on the inside. You can't tell me New York bagels keep their socks on during sex.
All Muslims Banned Except the Rich Ones
dan325 comments on Nov 24, 2018:
This miserable POS sucks up to a country that bombs and massacres women and children in Yemen, spreads the most vile form of Islamic fundamentalism, funded Al-Quaida and probably Isis, provided most of the terrorists who took down the twin towers, and now has murdered and dismembered an innocent journalist. He is beyond disgusting, yet he's supported by 1/3 of "our" country and nearly all of the Republican Party. Excuse me while I go throw up.
[yahoo.com] Passenger Reportedly Asked Jews To Raise Their Hands- A Friend Claims He Was a Jewish...
dan325 comments on Nov 23, 2018:
This was almost certainly a bipolar (manic) episode. The poor guy just needs to be on medication.
Hello everyone, not Jewish, but I heard no a requirement. I write on a number of themes, and ...
dan325 comments on Nov 23, 2018:
Welcome. I'm interested in hearing more from you.
I've been called an introverted extrovert, and just the opposite at times. So what would that make ...
dan325 comments on Nov 22, 2018:
An introextrovert? Maybe just a vert? The important thing is that you're you.
Has the world veered farther to the right, or is it just becoming more obvious? [alaraby.co.uk]
dan325 comments on Nov 22, 2018:
I think the world has definitely veered to the right. The moneyed interests are a huge factor, and people (and I use the term loosely) like Trump have legitimized hatred as a weapon to be used in extending their privileged status. The scapegoating of immigrants, liberals, and minorities is a standard tool of fascism, with which most of the economic elites seem to be chillingly comfortable.
I was happy to be a part of this group for even a while and heartened, as always, to find a number ...
dan325 comments on Nov 22, 2018:
AmiSue, as you probably know, I took issue with the person you're referring to and (I think) successfully explained to him why his post about Jews and financial matters was hurtful. I do think his comments about your original post were unnecessary and badly worded, but he (erroneously, in my opinion) believes they were fair. In any case, I enjoy your posts, believe you're an asset to this group, and sincerely hope you'll stay. Please feel free to message me if you want to discuss this in private.
Democracy should allow you to make an informed decision on who is most suitable to represent your ...
dan325 comments on Nov 22, 2018:
American "democracy" is not true democracy. We need to reverse Citizens United by eliminating the ability of corporations to contribute to elections and remove their status as "persons;" cap the amount the wealthy can contribute to politics; get religion out of politics and government altogether; eliminate gerrymandering by having independent panels establish electoral districts according to independent, rational criteria; limit the tenure of Supreme Court Justices; and either eliminate the Senate or have its constituency redefined to make it representative of the popular vote. Sorry if I missed anything.
Are any of you perceived to be outgoing? My friendly personality gives people the impression that I ...
dan325 comments on Nov 22, 2018:
I've never been perceived as outgoing, but I have been mistaken for someone who is at ease with people.
Moron Throwing Objects
dan325 comments on Nov 21, 2018:
As a California resident, I can hardly wait to get my rake.
I can’t believe I turned 55 years old today. Where does the time go??
dan325 comments on Nov 21, 2018:
Congratulations. (You're young enough to be my kid.)
Hate Crimes-Where is All This Hate Coming From?
dan325 comments on Nov 21, 2018:
The orange turd loves turning over the slimy rocks that these hate-mongers live under.
Sometimes people annoy me.
dan325 comments on Nov 21, 2018:
Please connect me with that dollar distributor when you find her/him..
<iframe src="[facebook.com]? Please listen to this - When a young Jewish boy learns of the ...
dan325 comments on Nov 21, 2018:
I couldn't get to the connection (maybe because I'm not on Facebook), but I can sure understand how learning of the Holocaust would turn one into an activist.
Good morning, and happy day before Thanksgiving!
dan325 comments on Nov 21, 2018:
That statement is very insulting to Satan.
Plans for next weekend.
dan325 comments on Nov 20, 2018:
I do that often. Plans tend to sound better before execution time arrives and you're actually faced with carrying them out.
Is there anyone here who actually enjoys being older? There's a lot about it I'm enjoying. I feel...
dan325 comments on Nov 20, 2018:
It's a mixed bag, but I would never go back unless I could take all the experience and knowledge I've gained over the years with me. I love having the time to read and think and wish I had more of it. It does annoy the shit out of me that everything I've learned will just go away when I die, except for the little I've been able to pass along.
Watching NBC news. Tapes of Jamal Khashoggi's last moments have apparently been turned over to the ...
dan325 comments on Nov 19, 2018:
You're exactly right. Plus, he's determined to continue sucking up to the Saudis because they say nice things to him, they lend money to him and his sorry family, and they spend a lot at his resorts and hotels.
[aish.com] The Root Cause of Anti-Semitism
dan325 comments on Nov 19, 2018:
I vehemently disagree with the speaker's opinion about the root cause of anti-semitism. Anti-semitism does not proceed from "the Jewish affirmation of an absolute moral standard dictated by one god." Anti-semites don't care if you're an orthodox, conservative, reform, humanistic, or altogether nonpracticing Jew (like me), each of which has a different view of the moral standards dictated by their individual versions of god or the absence thereof. If you have "Jewish blood," the anti-semites hate you.
Free will or determinism?
dan325 comments on Nov 19, 2018:
I believe our genetics, experiences, and brain physiology create probabilities that we'll act or react in certain ways. Probabilities aren't certainty, however, and sometimes free will can override them. Of course, nobody can quantify the probability that we'll do one thing or another, or prove whether or not everything in the universe is predetermined. And now I have a headache.
Right Wingers and Ayn Rand. A slight rant, I suppose, but one conservative saintly reference that...
dan325 comments on Nov 19, 2018:
I read Rand when I was very young. Her ideas were new and shiny to me for a short while (again, I was very young), until I figured out all of the contemptible implications. Now I regard her work as immature, hateful drivel. When an adult cites her as a legitimate thinker, I immediately lose respect for that person.
At 60, I still feel "uncomfortable" with younger people calling me "sir". Sir was my dad. ...
dan325 comments on Nov 19, 2018:
That same hopping over a chain and tripping business happened to me a couple of years ago. I was totally astounded. Actually had to stop and figure out the reason. Finally remembered, "Oh yeah, knees shot, arthritis, dumb-ass."
I was being friendly the other day with a young woman on twitter when she called me pops. I ...
dan325 comments on Nov 18, 2018:
I've been called pops too. So far I've managed to refrain from slamming the offenders with my cane. So far.
Just act normal. If only it were that easy.
dan325 comments on Nov 18, 2018:
For me, acting normal means saying, "Wonderful party. Thanks for inviting me." And then getting the hell out of there as fast as possible.
I firmly believe there are three main reasons why trump got in. His voters had: 1. The basic ...
dan325 comments on Nov 17, 2018:
Let's not forget the Russian interference and Comey's idiotic pre-election "disclosures."
OMG, gay cups! [eater.com]
dan325 comments on Nov 17, 2018:
The Xtian conservatives demonstrate their stupidity to the world yet again.
One of my favorites. <3
dan325 comments on Nov 15, 2018:
Good post; not applicable to all introverts, however.
Trump rarely fails to bring me down. Tweet two minutes ago. "The White House is running very ...
dan325 comments on Nov 15, 2018:
I think he's always been a mean, narcissistic, cunning but not terribly bright bigot, but now it's all being amplified by the early stages of dementia. His followers, on the other hand, are mostly mean, selfish bigots in the terminal stages of stupidity.
Extroverts have easier lives. At least, that is my perception. I could be wrong.
dan325 comments on Nov 14, 2018:
They may, as long as they're not placed in a situation where they have to be alone. I prefer being able to be comfortable by myself and never feeling I have to go along with a crowd or crowd thinking. Wouldn't change that for anything.
Okay, I joined because, well, I'm in my 50s. When did THIS happen?! Before someone responds "On ...
dan325 comments on Nov 14, 2018:
I vaguely remember turning 50, sometime back in the past millennium.
I didnt even know about this group until just now
dan325 comments on Nov 14, 2018:
We're a fine and noble lot. Glad to have you with us!
Can I make a grandma brag post in this group? My grandson became the state 4A cross country champion...
dan325 comments on Nov 14, 2018:
That's quite an accomplishment. It's worth bragging about!
Wishful Thinking - Has Fuhrer Trump Calmed Down With His Lies?
dan325 comments on Nov 14, 2018:
Nope - he's just lying about different things. The whole caravan business was an attempt to motivate his loyal morons to vote his way in the midterms.
How do you feel about Facebook? Do you use it? Like it, love it, hate it? Every once in awhile I ...
dan325 comments on Nov 14, 2018:
I don't use Facebook or any social media other than agnostic.com.
I do a lot of introverted things, and have a hard time making friends with new people. But I love to...
dan325 comments on Nov 13, 2018:
I'm okay with being anonymous in a crowd, although it's not my favorite thing. I regard the crowd as nothing more than a component of my external environment, rather than feeling I'm a part of it. I don't want to interact with anyone in the crowd unless they're providing coffee or snacks.
I do have a very modest social life, but I feel like I'm only superficially connected with the rest ...
dan325 comments on Nov 12, 2018:
Welcome to the loner's group. (Isn't that an oxymoron?)
Trump Isn't a White Stupid Bigot Republican. He's a Con Artist That Knows How to Manipulate White, ...
dan325 comments on Nov 12, 2018:
I don't think Trump's intelligent - just a natural liar, bully, and con artist. He does have a sort of cunning charisma that enables him to connect with the same mean, stupid people that the Republicans have been reaching out to for decades. The Republicans are exploiting his "talent" as a means of realizing their agenda, which is to improve the lives of the privileged at the expense of the rest of us. He, and they, are really quite disgusting.
The young are leaving them - far behind.
dan325 comments on Nov 12, 2018:
I do hope you're right, but I can't get past all the young, working class whites marching under the Nazi, skinhead, and generic white supremacist banners.
When does life begin? [slate.com]
dan325 comments on Nov 12, 2018:
This post is duplicated in the "Leftists" group, where several of us (including me) gave more detailed responses.
Here we go again with religious motives snaking tendrils into secular government, and business. I ...
dan325 comments on Nov 12, 2018:
I too responded to this post. The Christian right is a serious menace to our freedoms.
When does life begin? [slate.com]
dan325 comments on Nov 12, 2018:
It begins right after the first cup of coffee.
When does life begin? [slate.com]
dan325 comments on Nov 12, 2018:
Life begins at the cellular level, but unless you want to give individual cells legal rights, that's the wrong question. The proper question is when does a live amalgam of cells become a fully functioning entity; in the case of a human fetus, when does the fetus become a viable human being? And if you're talking about abortion rights, it should be a woman's choice all the way. That choice may (and probably should) get more difficult once the fetus has a fully functioning brain and is capable of life outside the womb, but the woman carrying it should be in charge until the baby is born.
Q. How left are you? A. To me, Republicans and Democrats are the same, just variations of a ...
dan325 comments on Nov 12, 2018:
On an economic level, I'm more or less a social democrat (slightly less socialistic than democratic socialists, although I could go along with those guys pretty easily). On an individual level, I'm libertarian in most respects - I believe in decriminalizing drugs, prostitution (as well as all forms of sex between consenting adults), gambling, and perhaps oddly to many of you, legitimate self-defense against criminals and bullies. (And yes, successful self-defense is too often treated as criminal.)
[m.dailykos.com] Remember when the Justice Department actually acted independently of the president...
dan325 comments on Nov 11, 2018:
He was also heavily involved in a shady investment scheme aimed at defrauding veterans. I'm surprised Trump hasn't adopted him. (Oh yeah - Trump's latest lie is that he doesn't even know this guy. I guess Trump just ran into him in the john and said, "Hey, you look like a thug - wanna be my acting AG?")
Hi there...hopefully u won't kick me out. I am not 50 until Feb but I thought it was close enough
dan325 comments on Nov 10, 2018:
Glad to have you join us.
I’m celebrating every bright spot I can find: [ecowatch.com]
dan325 comments on Nov 10, 2018:
It's good to see a federal judge (in Montana, yet) actually acknowledging the existence of climate change.
This was a sobering read even when you're aware of the dangerous state of things right now. I ...
dan325 comments on Nov 10, 2018:
I relate completely. I'm an atheist who is 3/4 Jewish by blood (my father's mother was Italian). My mother's family came to the USA around the early 1900s from Latvia, Russia, and Germany, and many of the men fought for the US during WWII. A couple of them helped liberate the camps and saw what the Nazis had done, up close and personal. You'd better believe I'm watching the demons unleashed by Trump and his thugs very carefully.
A Wall Won't Fix The Problem
dan325 comments on Nov 9, 2018:
Maybe we could build a wall around the red states?
truth for all of us
dan325 comments on Nov 9, 2018:
Wish we could get that message through to the diet gurus, fashion moguls, entertainment industry, and public media. They profit from making the rest of us - women mostly, but men too - feel like crap about our bodies.
Just wondering...I am beginning to see gray hairs, mostly around my ears. I don't mind them, I feel ...
dan325 comments on Nov 8, 2018:
Everyone ages differently. At 76 my hair (what's left of it) is a gray and black mix. My beard has been white for years. When I started to go bald around age 34, it bothered me a little bit for a little while. Then I decided oh, the hell with it and haven't cared since about the quantity or color of any of it.
As if Sessions wasn't bad enough... [friendlyatheist.patheos.com]
dan325 comments on Nov 8, 2018:
This guy is even worse than I thought. He is not only unqualified for the office - he's detrimental to it.
Sometimes being an introvert can be exhausting. Other times okay.
dan325 comments on Nov 7, 2018:
Most of the time it feels just fine. It's only exhausting when I'm stuck in a group.
Good news!
dan325 comments on Nov 7, 2018:
Overall, I feel like we dodged a huge bullet. I'm relieved, but not ecstatic. I'd hoped for a bigger blue wave, but I guess I didn't really expect it. At least we now can put some brakes on the insanity express.
I need to vent. I posted a link on Facebook about how $15 is still not enough to get housing. A ...
dan325 comments on Nov 6, 2018:
There are enormous disparities between the value of work performed and the amounts paid for that work. Witness the amounts paid to professional athletes, movie stars, and CEOs vs.the amounts paid to teachers, nurses, janitors, and caregivers (list not intended to be comprehensive). Society can do without the first group but not without the second (and yes, I include CEOs in the group we can do without; too often they are sociopaths motivated solely by a desire for power and self-enrichment).
When Did Leaving the Planet a Better Place For Our Kids Become a Partisan Issue?
dan325 comments on Nov 6, 2018:
When the conservatives realized that saving the planet wouldn't make them wealthier or more privileged.
[youtu.be] Something you already knew, but with infuriating details. Enjoy.
dan325 comments on Nov 4, 2018:
I love this woman!
Hello, just found this group and thought maybe I would fit in, so to speak. Lol.
dan325 comments on Nov 4, 2018:
I'm very happy to see you here!
Discrimination Comes At a Cost
dan325 comments on Nov 4, 2018:
That's good news, provisionally. I suspect the state will appeal, however, and if it gets to the Supremes, a good outcome is unlikely.
Reading about Teddy Roosevelt the great historical leader of the Republican party he sure doesn't ...
dan325 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
Back then the Republican party was a completely different animal. It gradually started to devolve after TR, and then started to go seriously wrong in the early sixties, when Nixon became a prominent figure.
Are We Great Yet?
dan325 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
We're so great I could just shit.
Interesting article: Acting like an extravert has benefits, but not for introverts [aeon.co] I ...
dan325 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
To me, the article still seemed somewhat biased toward the "extroversion is better" trope. Maybe I'm overly touchy about this subject, but If someone told me I should act more extroverted, I'd hope my response would be, "Act less stupid."
Makes sense
dan325 comments on Nov 3, 2018:
This will be my new mantra.
Listen to Dick.
dan325 comments on Nov 2, 2018:
As Dick said, the sheer number of Trump's followers may be the most depressing aspect of this enormously depressing mess. Nearly half the citizens of this country voted for Trump. Now we know that many of our neighbors are intolerant fools. Not a good feeling.
Why do they cite the Bible, but not things like this?!?!
dan325 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
They'd rather ascribe made-up Xtian quotations to the founders than pay attention to what those guys actually said.
Behind the Authoritarian Nationalism: Our Future...[counterpunch.org]
dan325 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Maybe the scariest article I've ever read. Its prediction of the miserable future that must proceed from our march toward authoritarian capitalism has a horrible ring of truth.
Bernie forever.
dan325 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Damn. I could have used that pumpkin to scare away right-wing trick-or-treaters.
I know we all spend a lot of time thinking. Over the course of your life, what have you spent more ...
dan325 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
All the asshole things I've done throughout my life and how I can do better going forward. (I've improved over the years but still have some distance to go.)
Did anyone see candidates from the Democratic Socialist party on their ballots (vote by mail here in...
dan325 comments on Nov 1, 2018:
I didn't see anyone from that party in CA's mail-in ballot.
[youtu.be] Great thing about this video is it mentioned my favorite game
dan325 comments on Oct 31, 2018:
The box needs to be bigger. Part of the introvert is still sticking out. I find that appliance stores have the best boxes to hang out in.
He is an Enemy of the State
dan325 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
Unfortunately, Trump and the Republicans actually are the state, at least at the moment. Which I guess makes me an enemy of the state.
Trump is moving to end birthright citizenship with an executive order announced today. On top of ...
dan325 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
I don't think Trump can legally end birthright citizenship with an executive order (although I'm sure he thinks he can), but Lindsey Graham's proposed legislation could do it. What a hateful pair!
Anyone else find this to be true?
dan325 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
I've never been able to reason through anything complex without being alone with my thoughts.
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