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DWM, was a single parent of 2 daughters, but now with an empty nest and spoiling 1 granddaughter. Grew up with religion in Tn, worked in retail (started at 3y/o in family grocery store), factories, construction, USMC, and then IT (software and info. security). Traveled the world, and if I one day cover Okinawa to Somalia, I will have completely circled the Earth. Speak English, un poco Espanol, and working on Mandarin. Currently (if you can call it that) guitar, mandolin, and banjo. Master's in Computer Engineering and couple martial arts belts (1st degree Black in Okinawa karate and brown in Korean Tae Kwon Do). Use to ride, but 2nd wreck totaled the bike well as my body - lol

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I just caught this on Tipping Point (a UK TV Game Show) the other night... Q: A light year is a ...
jondspen comments on Nov 26, 2018:
I would have chosen "12 Parsecs" :D
If you're in Florence's path, please do what you gotta do to stay safe, whether's it's sandbagging ...
jondspen comments on Sep 12, 2018:
My daughter lives near Raleigh/Durham. The projected path has moved south, plus being that far inland I think she will be ok. She did say the store shelves are almost empty, and you can't find bottled water anywhere. Hoping everyone in the area will be alright. Luckily, that area is mostly Republican, so Trump probably won't ignore them and leave them to die.
It's only Tuesday, folks.
jondspen comments on Oct 2, 2018:
lmao wouldn't the world be a better place if everyone had a piñata a day?
The rape culture of the 1980s was alive and well in Sixteen Candles, providing context for the Brett...
jondspen comments on Oct 3, 2018:
So you're asserting Ted raped Caroline in the movie? I get you're point about her being passed around, but going back to the scenes, I wouldn't call Ted a rapist. Jake might be a POS, but he is the privledged golden boy. Ted is the geeky nerd that I, and probably the majority of people identify with. Ted is by no means a pillar of moral virtues, but I think his character shows respect and concern for women and his friends. Jakes do exist in society, I don't deny that. I'm just saying most of us are Teds, worried about our female friends being hurt.
Black Woman Gets Suspended for Calling Out Police Implicit Bias
jondspen comments on Oct 5, 2018:
"White people don’t want you to talk about racism." - no white people don't want to talk to you about racism when you start out the conversation being a racist. And that's exactly where I stopped reading the article. And to think I came here in actual support against criminal police actions.
So I've watched the video of the kids with the MAGA hats. I didn't see what the kids did wrong. If...
jondspen comments on Jan 21, 2019: missed the SJW snowflake bus. Don't worry, another will be around in 5-10 min on the internet.
This food truck was stranded on the 105 Freeway after a fiery crash closed all lanes. So it opened ...
jondspen comments on Aug 25, 2018:
Lol...makes perfect sense to me...and how convenient for all. btw...any word on the people in the crash? Hope they are ok...
God mother/father
jondspen comments on Aug 31, 2018:
I always thought traditionally God-parent was an agreement to step and and help raise the kid, much like an uncle or aunt, esp. if some type of death occurred. I realize it has probably changed over the years, but if I was asked, I would want to know what that meant and what would be expected.
Elderly lesbian couple lose discrimination case against retirement home
jondspen comments on Jan 17, 2019:
I don't agree with their lifestyle, but WTF does it matter?!? They are legally married, and should be afforded the rights and misery any married couple endures! :) BTW here is the website, where it is very clear it is a religious focused organization I would suspect these women applied there not b/c of their need or desire to live there, but to force a court case. Glad the court upheld the legal aspect accordingly, just a shame that the law doesn't address this moral argument.
Spiritual but not Religious, WHATS THAT
jondspen comments on Nov 14, 2018:
It means they want to go to heaven, but don't want to do or give up all the shit to get there, so they believe in the happy imaginary friend fairy land without the need to 'earn' it.
Is everyone in the world crazy? I went out to a bar and talked to people just to try to make new ...
jondspen comments on Jan 6, 2019:
The problem with the 16th Amendment is there is controversy about whether is was legally ratified. Also, although it says congress one can produce the exact law that says they WILL. At least that is my understanding of the whole argument against. I'm no expert on the subject, and only did cursory research to understand the argument.
Knows her mind, and her body too!
jondspen comments on Feb 27, 2019:
Why can't I meet a nice girl like this?
So what is the main reason most of you are on here? General conversations or attempting to find like...
jondspen comments on Sep 10, 2018:
I think I found this as a dating site, but to me it's more of a atheist/agnostic community. I initially signed up hoping to find women close by that might be a match date-wise, but now have given up on that and actually more pleased with the conversations I have found. There are some bone heads on here, so I've learned that freedom from religious b.s. doesn't mean you are intelligent or insightful, but overall, there are a LOT of good people on here. I am honored to be here and being challenged in my views. Thanks to all for helping me to be a better person! Although, not sure that was a high bar to start with! LOL :)
Think Socialist Programs Are UnAmerican?
jondspen comments on Aug 27, 2018:
Of course, if the government wasn't so anti-labor and in bed with corporations, people wouldn't need Social Security, Medicare, and could afford to put their kids in a private school where they actually learned stuff. But you're right. My bible thumper dad and step-mom are republicans, believe in small government, and protested when Tennessee was creating their scholarship lottery about 20 yrs ago b/c it was sinful gambling. BTW, he hasn't worked in 20 yrs (was stay at home-schooling dad) and now pulls in SS, she has her masters and works for the state as a prison school teacher, and my half sister went to school on that same lottery scholarship. Kinda hard to get behind small government when every cent coming into your household is the product of big government. I don't mind people standing up for their beliefs...just don't be a hypocrite about it. BTW...out of all mentioned, the local fire department may be the only one not completely mismanaged, bloated, inefficient, in serious decay, or worse, killing us via poison or as unarmed citizens with no repercussions. If you're argument was that moderate socialism in America can be productive and beneficial, you might want to rethink your examples.
As we all know. A opiate crisis is effecting North America and part of that is the stigma of being a...
jondspen comments on Oct 31, 2018:
You are very lucky...grtz
Should prostitution be illegal?
jondspen comments on Aug 23, 2018:
I voted other b/c I don't think the government has a right to stick their nose into a relationship between two people, be they a woman and her john, an inter-racial married couple, a hetro-couple, gay couple, etc. IMHO saying the government should legalize it is implying they have a right to dictate it in the first place.
I'm really sick of people telling me to respect trump supporters and not call them names but to have...
jondspen comments on Nov 7, 2018:
You should get off your high horse and get a F-ing clue. You do realize that our government via the CIA has murdered, enslaved, oppressed, and over-thrown democratically elected government...all so you can have cheap gas, both under Republician and Democratic leadership. FDR (a democrat) in WWII incarcerated Japanese, Italian and German citizens, just b/c of their parents or grand-parents birth location. We forcefully occupied and annexed Hawaii, and today the native islanders live in extreme poverty. BTW...ever hear of the Trail of Tears? How about the countless Indian massacres, all in the name of manifest destiny. More recently we had the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and Dakota Access pipeline incident...once again shitting on the treaties and promises made. How about Obama and civilian casualties from his enhanced drone program? JFK and the Bay Of Pigs ring a bell? Before you start spouting your moral superiority, you should really take a good hard look at the government you support. None of us are without blood on our hands as Americans, and your last sentence incriminates yourself along with all the others you want to label 'Nazi'. Our government is a lie and we are hypocrites; you support it just like those you seem to feel superior too. Yet because you care or identify with a small subset, people who don't vote like you think they should are pieces of shit while you maintain your's doesn't stink. The sad part is you actually think the democrats actually do anything significantly different behind closed doors.
GM is closing 3 plants in the US. This after Ford announced a 1 BILLION dollar loss because of ...
jondspen comments on Nov 26, 2018:
So much winning - please please can we start losing some? Oh wait... :P
Liberal ideas from 100 years ago often become universal ideas 100 years later. Agree or disagree?
jondspen comments on Feb 11, 2019:
Classic Liberalism isn't the same as Modern Liberalism. Care to provide some exact examples? BTW - here iare links with some failed liberal ideas, so I guess again, it depends if you are talking classic liberalism, or modern liberalism, and even then, what you're talking about exactly.
After a year, the VA finally approved my allergy medication. It took two appeals and and 4 ...
jondspen comments on Apr 4, 2019:
Ever hear that saying - you get what you pay for? Never more true than with 'free' VA medical! :(
Just wondering, is it possible to be too nice. Fore the life of me I've always tried to be cordial...
jondspen comments on Dec 23, 2018:
I don't think it is. I hope people are not as stupid, ignorant, and close minded as they seem to be, and while they use underhanded tactics in an argument, I cling to the belief deep down they realize they were not fair or honest. If I'm right, your behavior will win out, even if you don't see it. If I'm wrong, then you don't leave the argument feeling low or dirty for slinging mud like they do. Only politicans seem to be a profession where doing the dishonorable thing pays off...and who wants to be one of those?!?!?
Do you believe in Democracy ? I don't . To me democracy never existed not even at the time of the ...
jondspen comments on Oct 26, 2018:
Do you believe in Democracy ? - Yes, but what you go on to describe is not democracy, but attempted implementations of the idea. I also believe that democracy can be manipulated, hijacked, or outright bought. People are too lazy, ignorant, and indifferent to keep our current (and past) forms of democracy on track...and I feel we are 100 or so years away from essentially crumbling. I believe the government (aka - military industrial banking complex - not the whites) will continue in some form to enslave and murder the world for profit, but the sheeple will continue to support Oceania.
Has anyone else had a religious friend ask where your sense of morality comes from? Didn’t really ...
jondspen comments on Oct 17, 2018:
When I walked away from church and religion, I had one of the elder's wife call me up to get me back in. At one point, she argued that christianity is great is wonderful b/c w/o it we wouldn't have all the medical hospitals (Babtist Memorial, lebonheur methodist, etc.) I asked her how all the people in China and India have gotten medical care if only christianity is responsible for caring and compassion towards others. All I got in response was <crickets>
Been there!
jondspen comments on Apr 4, 2019:
Reminds me of my time in Somalia
Voter fraud: Chris Kobach (GOP) 31st Secretary of State Kansas, moved the one polling place for ...
jondspen comments on Feb 1, 2019:
Like the democrats don't do it also? And what does it matter? So one corporate puppet is elected instead of another corporate puppet. Like it makes a damn bit of difference to people living on Main St, USA.
Pig eats a chocolate bar!
jondspen comments on Feb 3, 2019:
I bet PETA will be on your ass about this, although I couldn't find anything specific to pigs. :) Mice - Cats - Ferrets - Dogs -
The newest Martian lander touches down (hopefully) today around 2:45. Science channel is streaming ...
jondspen comments on Nov 26, 2018:
Why? Did they find oil on Mars? If we keep F-ing around there, Marvin's gonna fire up his Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator.
Christ Super Embarrassed About All That Stupid Shit He Said 2,000 Years Ago []
jondspen comments on Dec 3, 2018:
I love the Onion - hard hitting, serious news!
This post is dedicated to all my fellow sauce hounds who love to drink. What we do not love is the ...
jondspen comments on Dec 9, 2018:
I drink a water during the night, and another glass before going to bed. Might have to pee all night, but at least I'm somewhat operational in the AM.
Careful. There's Tiggers in them there woods.
jondspen comments on Feb 1, 2019:
LOL - the new Pooh movie was actually good. A bit hackney and not a very original story, but still enjoyable.
I got into a discussion with my aunt about pro life vs pro choice. To make a long story short it's ...
jondspen comments on Apr 14, 2019:
There are people that are pro-life and are not religious. I know that many religious people cite their religion in their argument, but many arguments boil down to a respect for life and not supporting murder - which can stand alone as a reasonable argument. BTW - it's not your body that you are killing, so there's that. Finally - I would like to point out than many comments here stated that pro-lifers don't care about the child once it's born (food, shelter, etc). Maybe yes, maybe no - but if you support murder, then you don't care about that stuff either - so please don't use that hypocritical argument either.
Bumper sticker
jondspen comments on Nov 20, 2018:
LOL....that's awesome
Real talk
jondspen comments on Nov 20, 2018:
lol...irony, lost on christians obviously
An interesting way to talk to theists: I'm a probation officer. Part of my job is to meet with ...
jondspen comments on Nov 16, 2018:
That's pretty seem like you really care about people in general. After reading your post, I thought to myself, "No way this person can be a PO in Texas!"
All first dates should go this well. []
jondspen comments on Dec 15, 2018:
This would be a fun way to go on a first date
Greetings, just a quick post to introduce myself, retired Navy. Did 20 years as an Intelligence ...
jondspen comments on Feb 19, 2019:
Hello and welcome to the group!
This Will Ferrel skit should make any atheist LOL :) []
jondspen comments on Apr 14, 2019:
LMAO - that was awesome
Something Surfpirate posted over in the Escapees group.
jondspen comments on Mar 30, 2019:
I just attend services for the orgies
I am a Man and I Approve this Message.
jondspen comments on Dec 14, 2018:
Kinda ironic that these "badly raised men" are the product of a family court system that awards custody 80+% of the time to the women, who also initiate 60+% of the divorce proceedings.
States rights, esp the last story: Child brides: Heather was only 15 when she said 'I do'. She was ...
jondspen comments on Apr 5, 2019:
It was statutory rape, not necessarily forcible rape, as your synopsis implied. You can also see the pic of them posing together as she is pregnant. She became pregnant after meeting him at her 15th birthday party. She says they only had sex once - where she became pregnant. She is now 21, has 3 kids, and is remarried to another guy. Yes, already has 3 kids at age 21. Not condoning her or parents actions - just though I would add a bit of the details you conveniently left out of the summary.
Been discussed but I still think it's funny
jondspen comments on Nov 20, 2018:
I'm on board
I'm getting http 500 errors with both Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer but not Chrome.
jondspen comments on Dec 8, 2018: a software dev, we would run pre QA tests against fixes with IE, Edge, Chrome, Firefox, and sometimes Safari. Many times, Chrome and Firefox would bring up the site, while all the others did not. Come to find out, the other browsers were working correctly by blocking the page (issues with the header for example), but Chrome/Firefox would not block as they should have and allow page to load. That's off topic from a 500 error, but just throwing that out there - a 'working' site on a browser doesn't mean it SHOULD be working always. Also - Chrome might be bringing up the page from cache. Clear your history/cache/cookies and I would bet it stops working there also.
Would you feel overwhelmed with guilt if you stole something?
jondspen comments on Dec 3, 2018: you're heart? No way sweetie! ;) lol
How do you address people that are acquaintances but you don't know their name? Not that you've ...
jondspen comments on Aug 22, 2018:
I ask them their name. How hard is that?
I never considered myself an artist until recent years. Then suddenly it was Epiphany ...
jondspen comments on Nov 9, 2018:
How can I respond when the Pleiades won't let me drink my soup from an envelope?
Never mistake what you do not understand as magic or divine intervention. Learn to let your unknowns...
jondspen comments on Mar 31, 2019:
I don't understand women - and don't see them as magical or divine, but thank you for the reminder! :D
Excellent site for those interested in US history- []
jondspen comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Unfortunately what we have now is a all powerful federal government that ALLOWS states to exercise limited freedoms, when and if it doesn't interfere with it's power and authority. Even in areas of clear state defined powers, the federal government routinely over-rules via courts, or intimidates and blackmails via withholding federal funding, states that attempt to buck their federal masters.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month.
jondspen comments on Oct 3, 2018:
Thank you for including us men in this issue. So many people think it's only a woman's problem, and men are only violent perpetrators.
What is something you forgot once but will never forget again?
jondspen comments on Dec 25, 2018:
Don't tug on Superman's cape... Don't spit into the wind... Don't pull the mask off that ol' Lone Ranger... Don't mess around with Jim (Croce)
Libertarians should also be atheists.... NO GOD in politics.....
jondspen comments on Dec 7, 2018:
Sad but true...
How to shut people up when they bitch about black history month. I don't know if any of you have to...
jondspen comments on Feb 4, 2019:
I really don't care, but I am flummoxed why there isn't the same celebration of Asian/Pacific Heritage Month, or Native American Heritage History Month; these groups have contributed just as much to this country. I will say that as long as we continue to separate and confine the celebration of any race history to one month, instead of presenting REAL world and US history in an integrated perspective....we will continue to fight racism in the US
Would i go to hell if i don't know god?
jondspen comments on Nov 11, 2018:
Of course you would! The only problem is getting processed into the correct eternal damnation. After all, if you don't know god...then you don't know gods....therefore you have to be evaluated as to which deity you pissed off the most and has the best claim to your eternal suffering.
Do any of you feel like your mind is a barless prison?
jondspen comments on Oct 23, 2018:
....yes, I am both the guard and prisoner.
Great Peterson and Weinstein: Whether you agree or not, it is best to hear first hand that being ...
jondspen comments on Jan 25, 2019:
Universal Basic Income - isn't that just communism, except solely for the masses, while the elites continue to get rich?
Yup - we're on our own ! Rock on ...
jondspen comments on Nov 7, 2018:
Kinda scary when you think about it, but quickly turns into Rosie the Riveter empowerment and hopefulness.
So I was talking to a friend today about death. Why do people tend to idolize the dead.? From family...
jondspen comments on Dec 14, 2018:
B/c is comes off crappy to attack someone that isn't there to defend themselves.
Hi, anarchist looking to understand others better. What do you think the government should be in ...
jondspen comments on Feb 3, 2019:
I liked this video who touched on lots of stuff.
Are there any Christian Atheists out there?
jondspen comments on Nov 20, 2018:
I am sure there is some church that calls themselves that. I mean after all, christians don't use logic anyway, right?
True and to the point
jondspen comments on Feb 21, 2019:
12 years - same number as Jesus' disciple. I'm starting to see a pattern here.
MEN: What would your reason be for asking a woman what she does for a living, upon meeting her?
jondspen comments on Sep 10, 2018:
I think it is a central part of finding out about the person. I think I saw a study that said over 80% of people are unhappy in their the following shouldn't be taken as "I see you as a sell out", but if I was to ask (1) it tells me if you are happy with what you do for 1/3 of your day and (2) it gives me an idea if you are not, what dreams you have given up on just to fit in and make ends meet. You typically spend 1/3 of your day at your job, 1/3 of your day sleeping, and 1/3 of your day dealing with life and trying to squeeze in some enjoyment. I don't necessarily judge a person if they are working at a job they hate, I've done that myself like most people, esp single parents, but it also tells me the what and why you are doing it. So yea...I think your job is a big part of who you are b/c it is so much a part of your life.
Why to call yourself "Atheist" instead of "Agnostic."
jondspen comments on Sep 10, 2018:
A simple definition of the two boils down to what do you believe and what do you know. Not sure the accuracy of the definition, but my take is atheist means I don't believe in gods, agnostic means that I don't know if there are gods (and perhaps due to my composition could never know). In reality, I have found most agnostics are afraid to take a stand and say they don't believe in gods. They are a bit wishy-washy with the whole "Well, I just don't know, so I can't make a decision." Not saying all are like this, just the limited one's I have encountered and spoken too. I am agnostic when it comes to unicorns and leprechaun , in that yes, I don't know of any that exist, nor do I know if I will ever be able to know if they exist. Yet I have the courage to take that knowledge and form some assumptions that since I don't know of any, I infer (believe) they do not exist. Could I be wrong...absolutely. I am not so arrogant to think I have all the answers, but I am also no a coward to kowtow to public opinion and delusions by trying to stay on the fence with an "I don't know therefor I can't believe either way" excuse. Honestly, I don't think it's typically enough of a difference of perspective to affect public policy, laws, and societal constructs in the majority of instances. Given that, I don't put too much effort into dissecting the nuances of the two.
Dating woes
jondspen comments on Nov 19, 2018:
Hmmm...that's odd. Usually it's the women who feel they have to fix the man they are dating (dress better, get better friends, get a better job, be more ambitious, stop flirting, clean house/put down tolite seat for her b/c she can't seem to see the benefits of looking before you put your ass on something, etc etc etc). Cursing - well, depends. If every other word out of your mouth is "FUCK", then yea, I wouldn't want to intro you to my colleague at work, young children, or grandparents. I was 6 years Marine Corps, so I can cuss like a sailor, but I also have class and tact, and know when it's appropriate. Drinking - again, maybe you are just social, maybe you are a lush. How much you drink a night when you drink, and how often is that a week? Politics - can't argue there, given that I don't think you're a member of the American Nazi party. But if you were, I wouldn't try to change you, I would just kick you to the curb. Tone down your personality - are you just outgoing - or do you come across as a no class, loud mouth, ignant, hood rat? That's not racist b/c of your skin color....I know lots of white trash hood rat girls. You be you, but on the other side of that coin, if you keep going out with guys and get the same input over and some point you have to realize the only constant in the equation is you. I don't know honestly I can't say if it's just bad luck with the guys, if you keep attracting the same type guy which are just oil to your water, or if you need to be honest with yourself and maybe make some personality tweaks. EDIT - you describe yourself as an alpha female, and it occurred to me that either one, you are consistently attracted to Alpha male types, and there is this dominance game being played....or being an alpha, ANY type of compromise is seen by you as controlling. I'm just spit balling ideas basis in facts, just thoughts on reasonable probabilities from what I have experienced. Strong personalities typically are not attracted to betas, unless it's to establish dominance in the relationship - not respect, and strong personalities have trouble bending and compromising.
What moral code do you follow now that you are non-religious?
jondspen comments on Aug 27, 2018:
While I don't believe in any of the bible stories, I do think the golden rule is probably the only thing out of it that is any good. Can't see anything wrong with treating others with the same courtesy, kindness, and respect you would want from them.
If I have the intention of dating, should I reveal that I am unemployed, have learning difficulties ...
jondspen comments on Dec 19, 2018:
It's none of their business, just as if you had a job your salary would be none of their business. Does it change who you are as a person? Now if you want to weed out the shallow gold-diggers and use it as a shit test for them...then I say leave it. As far as the doesn't sound like you have been diagnosed, so what are you revealing might or might not have something? Again, for initial contact online and first date - it's none of their business, unless again, you want to shit test the shallow or judgmental people out and not waste your time on someone who can't give you the respect to find out who you are as a person first.
Hi to reply to an aquaintance who asks " are u having a bad day?"
jondspen comments on Sep 15, 2018:
Depends on the setting: At work, in the coffee shop or in line at burger joint, or next to some bloke in a bar? Kids around? Really depends on the circumstances and level of acquaintance. The cashier at the gas station who I know from my 5 min interactions every week for the past year is a different acquaintance than some random person in line at the grocery store whom I will most likely never see again.
It’s Saturday night and I finally thought why not really try and meet someone. I’ve been binging...
jondspen comments on Dec 30, 2018:
Hope you had a nice evening out. So what did you do? Go to the movies instead of watching movies on Netflix? :D I hope not! lol
Is this long enough?
jondspen comments on Jan 21, 2019:
lmao ....that's funny
Good Morning one and all, I,m a bit surprised not to see anything about it being the 76 th ...
jondspen comments on Dec 7, 2018:'s still a bit early here in the USA. But thank you for your post, and remembering that day. EDIT - I just checked BBC, AlJazeera, Rueters, and Veterans Today websites - not one story about it. Guess 77th anniversary of one of top events to shape the US isn't worth writing a paragraph about. :(
YouTube Punishes Atheist for Exposing Christian Who Wants Gay People Executed – Friendly Atheist
jondspen comments on Aug 23, 2018:
While I don't agree with what Alex Jones says on InfoWars, this kind of stuff is no surprise anymore. Gov isn't suppose to directly limit your free speech rights (although they do from time to time), so they threaten private corporations with legislation if they don't suppress it for them. That way they get what they want, but can claim ignorance, innocence, and outrage.
GREAT SITE, BUT... - There's room for some very basic improvements. I spent years posting at ...
jondspen comments on Dec 3, 2018:
Well...this really isn't a forum, but a dating site...although not much dating going on here.
Un huh. I'm in.
jondspen comments on Nov 20, 2018:
Totally me. I would also add to never fuck with someone who is suicidal...
Boy Scouts?
jondspen comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Being up north, I would suspect your odds are better at the troop leader being more moderate approaching this aspect of the org. No guarantees, but my advise is to just talk to the troop leader about it and get a feel on how much this will be a focus; may only be an occasional prayer. Given the diversity of Jews, Muslims, Catholics, Protestants, etc. in America, I myself would play safe with a moment of silence if I was leading the troop. Honestly, I'm sure he's more excited about doing the outdoor stuff with friends from school.
My sister followed "The Rules" book and adhered to it. She was single for a very long time following...
jondspen comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Here's the problem today.... I ask you accuse me of sexual harassment. I don't ask you out...I'm not an alpha male and don't deserve you b/c you're pussy is that special and should be chased after. I open the door...I insult you b/c you are an independent and strong woman. I don't open the door...I'm an insensitive ass that doesn't appreciate know how to treat a woman. I pay for the meal...I am a sexist b/c I feel you need a man to support you. I don't pay for the meal...I am cheap and you question if I can properly provide for you. Western women are so fucking spoiled and delusional, with no idea of what they want, or are too afraid to admit to themselves what they want, they can't realize what a shit experience it is to date them. Guys are expected to rut and fight over an over-weight woman with no fashion sense, just to show how special we think you are b/c your narcissistic dating bio says so. Yet when we do, we never get any compliments or thanks for it. Attitudes toward dating are just like a wedding's HER day...and you better do anything and everything for her with no expectations of having any of your needs met (conversation, interest, attraction, etc).
My weekend fitness routine is gonna make this a breeze......
jondspen comments on Dec 4, 2018:
Let's get ready to rumble!!!!
Avicii - Wake Me Up []
jondspen comments on Jan 9, 2019:
So she goes off and leaves a kid at home alone while she goes to a concert? Bad parenting...
What do I need to do so I'm a high enough level to participate on this website?
jondspen comments on Feb 4, 2019:
Looks like you're participating now - what else you want?
I am sitting here in the middle of the night eating little dabs of straight wasabi. phlegm, phlegm,...
jondspen comments on Oct 30, 2018:
Real wasabi root is like $100 a pound. That stuff served in the USA us typically horseradish with green food coloring.
Ok so this seems accurate?
jondspen comments on Nov 20, 2018:
Wow...another sexist meme about how men are dirt...never see that on this site.
There are a huge number of suicides by men directly related to the me too movement. This isn't even...
jondspen comments on Nov 9, 2018:
I believe that any false allegations resulting in charges being brought against someone for sexual assault or rape, should serve the same time the innocent person would have served if they would have been convicted.
A hunter in Alaska was hospitalized after the bear he shot rolled on top of him - CNN
jondspen comments on Oct 1, 2018:
Papa was a rolling bear, Where ever he laid his hat, he was there...
When teenagers are expected (if not encouraged) to date as many people as they can prior to ...
jondspen comments on Nov 9, 2018:
Perhaps some are one or the other, perhaps some are a little of both. I think the biggest problem is that children think once they reach 18 or 21, they have it all figured out and won't ever change or grow as a person. Hell, even the 30, 40, and 50 something people I talk to take this mentality. I mean at 43, most people are only half way thorough their lives, and look at all the changes in attitudes and ideas since birth!! But they seem to think that the next 43 years they will remain intellectually stagnant; and yes, I realize unfortunately the close minded individuals do...even in the face of obvious change.
(In response to the closed group thread, same subject) If you're worried that teachers will turn ...
jondspen comments on Feb 7, 2019:
Capitalism isn't the problem. The problem stems from corrupt, over-reaching, and ineffective government which has grossly interfered with the system. ( 1 ) If government would enforce immigration and labor laws, many blue collar workers would not have to compete with illegal immigrants that work for half the pay. If government would allow workers to join together for redress of grievances, anti-labor and union laws would not keep workers under the boot of management/corporations ( And ( 3 ) if government wouldn't think it's job is to nanny state commerce, adults could make their own decisions about the quality of products and services. Some social programs are necessary and good, just as some government intervention into the economy is good. The problem today is we have far too much intervention where we don't need it, and not enough where we do - mainly to the benefit of corporations over the people.
Does anyone else feel this way?
jondspen comments on Nov 20, 2018:
Great meme...wish people would get out of their tribal mentality and realize we're all one tribe.
Opioid overdoses are now more likely to kill Americans than car crashes - Vox
jondspen comments on Jan 16, 2019:
But grow a plant in your house and get convicted as a felon. The USA is so F-ed up.
Too stupid to know he's stupid! @KenDilanianNBC Senior intelligence officials have said that it's ...
jondspen comments on Jan 30, 2019:
Much like the leftists I have encountered.
I’m part of an Agnostics/Atheists online teachers group and these peeps’ posts always crack me ...
jondspen comments on Nov 1, 2018:
Trust me ladies...all of us guys are ACUTELY aware of that fact!
I knew people got testy during the last-minute shopping, but l never imagined they'd need to buy ...
jondspen comments on Dec 19, 2018:
Uhhh....are we watching a Nightmare Before Christmas? Oogie Boogie's gonna eat you! That one was for free! :D
On this day long long ago a child was born who by the time he was 30 would transform the world ...
jondspen comments on Dec 25, 2018:
Happy Birthday!
For those worried that America is no longer 1.
jondspen comments on Nov 20, 2018:
Sad but true
Happy weekend everybody
jondspen comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Tommy Chong has a goal to get cannabis recognized by the American Medical Association as a viable ...
jondspen comments on Feb 18, 2019:
If big pharma can figure out how to profit on it, it will happen. Otherwise, don't hold your breath...unless you just took a hit.
I can't help but wonder what this world would be like if people had more faith in themselves and ...
jondspen comments on Jan 25, 2019:
"I can't help but wonder what this world would be like if people had more faith in themselves and their own abilities than they do in" - the GOVERNMENT! But to your question - yes, I do think people are more comfortable to be led. It excuses having to think, and any responsibility for the outcome of a decision.
Does anyone else miss the days when you had local, competing newspapers that reported facts, the ...
jondspen comments on Oct 31, 2018:
No, I just missed news being required to equally present both side to a debate. That hijacking of the "4th branch of government" was done by the Clinton admin under the complete cooperation of the dem and rep parties. In other words, they both colluded to create a system free to misinform and lie to the public b/c it furthered their political ambitions. And people think voting makes a difference...
One of the many reasons why I don't like CNN... []
jondspen comments on Nov 9, 2018:
I use BBC, Aljazeera, and Reuters where I READ the news. I can usually get a good idea about the REAL story by comparing notes from these three sources. Sigh...I remember once upon a time when reporters actually reported the facts, not ran op ed pieces about every story they covered.
Over my years as a software engineer I have picked up a very helpful protocol for solving problems....
jondspen comments on Jan 30, 2019:
You left out one key step, and possibly the most important - evaluate the possible solution(s) to the problem. You should know in IT, esp when you start to add in business needs, project managers, time lines, cost constraints, technology constraints, future plans, that there are typically many solutions that can be taken to address the problem.
I've been getting spontaneous private messages from young ladies who I've never spoken to on the ...
jondspen comments on Sep 1, 2018:
Not me...but im pretty new
[] Sometimes I like the excitement of Fox News. But now they got to spin the fact of no ...
jondspen comments on Feb 15, 2019:
What he is doing is not news, it's an OpEd. Talking about taffy isn't being a news reporter, unless you're actually talking about making taffy.
Hi, anarchist looking to understand others better. What do you think the government should be in ...
jondspen comments on Feb 3, 2019:
Another good video that talks about some 'rubber meets the road' of how it might play out in society
Which one brings back your memories? Mine is 3 and 4 ?
jondspen comments on Nov 11, 2018:
Why are they all black? Isn't that a bit racist? And what's the stringy thing attached to it? Is it a lanyard so you don't lose it? LOL I've used 2, 3, and 4. My great aunt had 2, paternal grandmother had 3 and maternal grandmother had 4. We had #4 also, but with the 10ft cord that always twisted into a DNA helix and would reach from one end of the house to the other and provided free games of limbo.
Some humor for a quiet group.
jondspen comments on Dec 17, 2018:
I've never put butter on Love...but I have sprinkled it with bacon and a side of steak!


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For Halloween I bought a wig and borrowed daughter's lipstick and polish. Rest is just normal, well regular, ol' me!
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Beard 7 weeks into growth. Will trim it up after Halloween and No Shave November 2018
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26 years and 3 months later. A few more pounds and lots more grey, but I can still fit into this shirt. Semper Fi
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My obligatory cock pic for all the women. Isn't it HUGE?!?!?
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