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You know how life sometimes looks at you and laughs? Well, that about sums up my life. At this moment in time I'm 60 but most of the time feel 30. I am multi-tattooed (it's the only habit I allow myself) and occasionally pierced.

I have 3 kiddos who usually act older than me. Luckily I don't embarrass them much and all their friends thinks I'm the cool mom. I haven't decided if that's a good thing though.

Life treats me well so I try to treat it well.

Comments

How old were you when you first watched porn?
kiramea comments on Jan 30, 2018:
The first porn I saw was Story of O. I was seventeen at the time, and I wanted to see for myself why the church I was going to was demanding it be banned. Being from a relatively sheltered upbringing I didn't understand a lot of it, but I was intrigued.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback: Fast and pray before I leave | The Wichita Eagle
kiramea comments on Jan 30, 2018:
He's one of the reasons why I moved out of Kansas. Of course I move to a state that is just as bad.... Missouri.
I never wanted to have kids, is that weird?
kiramea comments on Jan 30, 2018:
My oldest son and his wife have never wanted kids, besides my daughter-in-law has a disorder that having children could kill her. Even with that, no doctor in their bohunk Texas town would do a tubal on her. My youngest son really doesn't want children either. I have told all my children that I'm in no hurry to become a grandmother, and if they didn't want children that was okay with me. It really pisses me off when I hear people tell me that their parents are harping on them to have children (my ex-boyfriend's mom was one of those people). Children are a HUGE responsibility and that responsibility should not be taken lightly.
I once had a young lady condemn me on Facebook for saying that all religions are one of the biggest ...
kiramea comments on Jan 29, 2018:
I have had Christians tell me that the wars were started by lost souls; that they weren't true Christians. Kind of makes you shake your head to try to get rid of all the stupid out there.
Most atheists/agnostics started out being raised into some religion they didn't buy into. What ...
kiramea comments on Jan 29, 2018:
Catholic, then Baptist, then Evangelical. I eventually woke up.
Do you think faith healers should be tried for murder and attempted murder if they encourage their ...
kiramea comments on Jan 29, 2018:
Just to be clear, you're talking only about faith healers and not homeopathic healers, correct? I personally see them as two different things. Faith healers should be shot on site (metaphorically), but definitely should be charged with at least manslaughter. Homeopathic healers should not be charged, however it would be in their best interest to have the patient sign a waiver stating that he's voluntarily forgoing medical care.
Transgender and Bathrooms
kiramea comments on Jan 29, 2018:
My then-husband and I went with a friend to a gay/lesbian bar in Houston, TX. When I went to use the bathroom I walked into a massive amount of stalls with both men and women. It was a shock at first, then I just went and done my business. After all, it's just pee (and occasionally poo)
Anyone ever have a DNA ancestry test?
kiramea comments on Jan 29, 2018:
I have actually had three. First one showed the majority of my DNA came from Scandinavia. It also implied that my father wasn't my birth father since my sister's was so much different from mine. Second one was to see if I had Neanderthal DNA because the first one didn't show that. Third one was a sibling test to compare mine and my sister's DNA. We're definitely sisters. The two commercial ones I used were My Heritage and 23andme. 23and me shows the Neanderthal connection. My sister used Ancestory. We also are registered at https://www.gedmatch.com/select.php . It has interesting information.
Anyone Have An Exotic Animal As A Pet?
kiramea comments on Jan 28, 2018:
I don't now, but in the past I've had a 9 foot Burmese Python and a ferret (not at the same time of course).
When creating a profile, you are asked to choose your likes in order to compare them to others. I ...
kiramea comments on Jan 28, 2018:
I didn't tag sex because I have enough people assuming that I would participate in anonymous sex with them. I want a connection with someone before I get that intimate.
How many folks here know who this is, and/or remember his presidency?
kiramea comments on Jan 28, 2018:
I remember some of the Cuban Missile Crisis and parts of his funeral. Pretty good since I was born at the end of 1958.
Have you ever had a partner succumb to mental health problems?
kiramea comments on Jan 28, 2018:
My 2nd husband and last boyfriend were malignant narcissists. Will NEVER go through that again. Usually I'm the one with mental health issues (Borderline Personality and possibly PTSD)
Do you think scientists will find cure for aids and cancer
kiramea comments on Jan 28, 2018:
Nope. Doctors make too much money treating them.
Stereotypes, what is the most common misconception people have about you? Is it from the way you ...
kiramea comments on Jan 27, 2018:
I used to get asked what kind of motorcycle I ride since I'm multi-tattooed. Apparently they believe females shouldn't be tattooed or pierced.
One thing I was told very often when I was younger was "You'll get more right wing as you get ...
kiramea comments on Jan 27, 2018:
I was pretty right wing when I was younger. The older I get the more left I turn. Thank goodness I opened my eyes.
I hate when people make the statement where do atheists get their moral code from if not from ...
kiramea comments on Jan 27, 2018:
I just tell them that my parents raised me right. That usually don't shut them up, but that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
If you could go back in time and undo something in your past, would you?
kiramea comments on Jan 27, 2018:
You betcha. Most of my "mistakes" I own up to, but there is one that I wish I had never done. All I will say is that the grass is NOT greener on the other side.
So the evangelicals want to have a day of prayer and fasting for that orange guy in the White House....
kiramea comments on Jan 27, 2018:
Ummmmm, NO.
Tennessee man flips car five times after letting 'Jesus take the wheel'
kiramea comments on Jan 26, 2018:
Apparently this isn't the first time an idiot has done this: http://cleveland.cbslocal.com/2014/07/22/police-driver-who-asked-jesus-to-take-the-wheel-hit-motorcyclist/ http://www.patheos.com/blogs/wwjtd/2015/07/ohio-woman-literally-let-jesus-take-the-wheel-and-literally-crashed/
Why do psychics in TV and movies seem to always get nose bleeds? Wouldn't that be a symptom of a ...
kiramea comments on Jan 26, 2018:
My mother had uncontrolled high blood pressure for years. When I was a child a blood vessel broke in her nose and she hemorrhaged, almost dying. In other words, bleeding from your nose can be from other things other than a brain hemorrhage. I've always interpreted the visual signs as the director trying to show something supernatural going on. It always seemed over the top fake to me.
If you could choose to be one mythical creature what would you choose? I personally would choose to ...
kiramea comments on Jan 26, 2018:
I love gargoyles
Why is it that when you talk to God, it’s called praying? Whenever God talks to me, they call ...
kiramea comments on Jan 25, 2018:
Probably the same reason why when a Christian "heals" someone it's call an act of God and when anyone else does it's Satan's work.
Here in Iowa they are voting to put the Bible in our schools as a class. Supposedly it is as a work ...
kiramea comments on Jan 25, 2018:
Well, they have to put the bibles somewhere since they're not putting them in hotels (at least the ones I've been in).
I went to a funeral where the pastor actually warned us against "sowing Wild Oats and hoping for a ...
kiramea comments on Jan 25, 2018:
The pastor officiating at my youngest son's funeral told us that we should be happy that he died because now he won't have to go through all the trials that we are going through. That cemented my atheism.
Have you died or almost died?
kiramea comments on Jan 24, 2018:
There has been several times that I should have died 1) suicide attempt. Took 30 Dalmanes and 30 Phenobarbitals along with drinking beer. Still after over 30yrs I still don't know why. 2) peritonitius. Appendix burst and the ER doctor tried to tell my parents that I had an STD. Luckily my parents were good friends with the Chief of Staff and got me admitted. Was in ICU for a week and at one point they weren't sure if I would live through it. 3) 1st husband loaded a 12 gauge shotgun, cocked it and put it inches from my head. 4) Open heart surgery for quadruple bypass. This one I technically died as they had to put me on a heart/lung machine to do the surgery. So, in some aspects I'm now a zombie :p
Do you recall any epic moments in history that you witnessed?
kiramea comments on Jan 24, 2018:
I remember watching the Cuban Missile crisis unfold on TV. I also remember bits and pieces of both Kennedy's funerals. I watched the launch/explosion of Challenger and the descent of Columbia. The first time I was allowed to stay up all night was when Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. I am hoping that I will be where-ever the launch will be for the first Manned Mars mission. I want to be there personally.
Ignoring the mystery of how Noah got two penguins all the way from Antarctica to the Middle East, ...
kiramea comments on Jan 24, 2018:
I was talking about this with my sister. She has never even thought about Noah having to gather animals from continents that were across the ocean. She still believes it happened though. And she worries about MY sanity.
Was I wrong to laugh in her face?
kiramea comments on Jan 24, 2018:
I do the same thing when I'm told that I can't possibly have morals since I'm an atheist; or when they state the Earth is 6000 years old. It may be wrong, but sometimes you just can't help yourself.
GASOLINE IS STILL A GOOD BARGAIN. In the sixties bargain gas was 25 cents. So 4 gallons per ...
kiramea comments on Jan 24, 2018:
From what I understand, people in Europe pay the equivalent of $4 a liter. I no longer complain about the price here. Also, if wages kept up with the rate of inflation I believe economists has said it would be around $20 or more an hour. So, yes it is WAY low compared to the cost of living and rate of inflation.
You heathens eat pineapple on pizza?
kiramea comments on Jan 24, 2018:
Guilty as charged.
I love this
kiramea comments on Jan 23, 2018:
I must be the only one that feels 5 years old is too young. She's not going to understand the lesson that is being taught.
Does ' pro-lifer' always identify a religious person?
kiramea comments on Jan 22, 2018:
I personally am adamantly against abortion, however I feel it's not the government or religion's right to tell a woman what is best for them. Because I am against abortion, I've never had one. I have also offered to drive a friend and wait with her when she went to get an abortion, and I almost paid for my daughter to have on (she decided on her own not to get one). This is a very personal decision for a woman, and should be made by her and her family/significant other (if SHE wants to involve them).
Have you noticed that some of the people whom commented on a lot of your posts when you first ...
kiramea comments on Jan 22, 2018:
That happens on dating sites. If you don't immediately proclaim undying lust towards them, they see you as not worth their time. Personally I wouldn't worry about it.
On English tv.A baby has severe brain damage.No chance that it will have any quality of life.The ...
kiramea comments on Jan 22, 2018:
I have a friend whose daughter has been unable to get pregnant. She had set up a go fund me to pay for In vetro fertilization because they used up all their savings on a failed one. Doing that isn't a problem though I find it in poor taste to ask people to fund their IV. My problem is that this family is anti-abortion stating that it's "God's will" if a person becomes pregnant. Well, if it's "God's will" when a person becomes pregnant, wouldn't it be "God's will" if they don't? I just love it when people invoke God when it suits them.
This site requires usage ... to gain points ... to be able to see more dating profiles and to be ...
kiramea comments on Jan 22, 2018:
I personally want to know a little about a person before considering dating them. The requirement to post/like gives me a little insite into said person. I really get tired of emails from people who not only have not read my profile, but send obvious form letters. At least when they post something I have something to go on.
I recently asked a question about the morality of using gene therapy to correct diseases in the ...
kiramea comments on Jan 22, 2018:
The problem with a one child policy is that some couples will feel forced into gender selection. They tried it in China, and they now have a huge gap in the availability of girls as boys are the preferred gender. What I feel needs to be done is have mandatory family/child rearing classes in school. Too many people go into parenthood without knowing the pros and cons and are completely unprepared for the responsibility. As for genetic manipulation.... it reminds me too much of Khan Noonien Singh of Star Trek. I know you are just talking about eradication of diseases and disabilities, but the possibility of it going towards making the "perfect" human is too great. I'm not sure if I would want that.
Grandparents of shackled children: ‘God called’ on parents to have large family | fox8.com
kiramea comments on Jan 22, 2018:
"God" may have instructed them to have a large family, however I'm sure he didn't instruct them to shackle and abuse them. I really REALLY hope the police don't take their religious convictions into account and let them off.
Limitations on comedy? Are there limits? everyone likes a laugh but at what cost?
kiramea comments on Jan 21, 2018:
I personally don't care for insult comedy; therefore I never listen to it. Other than that, I don't know what to tell you. Comedy is like art (well, it is art). Some people want to look at the poop encased in plastic and calls it art but most don't. Where do you draw the line on what is acceptable and what's not especially when you have freedom of speech?
If the two Korean governments can agree to share the Olympics together, then why is it still ...
kiramea comments on Jan 21, 2018:
Because the Koreas may just form as one communist country and then the "world" will be in danger. In otherwords, if the entire world isn't a democratic world where the US has its hand into everything, we won't be happy.
Why don't we have a agnostic church ? Like place where we all can get together share ideas, make new...
kiramea comments on Jan 20, 2018:
For me, just the thought of going to any kind of church puts me in a state of dread. I had such a bad experience with the whole church thing that I want nothing to do with it.
Is anyone from Texas?
kiramea comments on Jan 20, 2018:
I am; however I escaped back in the early 2000's. I now live in Missouri.
I just wanted to say hello from a tiny blue dot in a stupid, red state.
kiramea comments on Jan 20, 2018:
I just checked your profile. I moved from Wichita, KS to my tiny dot of blue in Missouri.
What are your experiences of mental health?
kiramea comments on Jan 20, 2018:
I have Borderline Personality. The therapy that supposedly works best for this will have me talking to a group of strangers (group therapy) and signing a paper that states that I will do whatever is deemed best for me. For someone that has a problem with allowing strangers to know my secrets AND really bad trust issues, this will not work for me. I'll try again later, but so far therapy has not really worked for me.
Ancient Aliens
kiramea comments on Jan 19, 2018:
I was raised in Texas. I remember when I was a child hearing that there were illegal aliens in the town where I lived. I was so excited; I was going to meet a real live alien. Imagine my disappointment when I was told that the "illegal aliens" were people from Mexico.
How does a nice Facebook post get slandered by two people?
kiramea comments on Jan 19, 2018:
I sometimes post things on facebook to weed out the extreme idiots so I'm not one to be giving advice.
So... do flat earthers think the other planets are flat also?
kiramea comments on Jan 19, 2018:
This should answer your question: http://www.iflscience.com/space/flat-earth-society-responds-musks-tweet-flat-mars-society-just-can't-even/
Taking yourself out to eat?
kiramea comments on Jan 19, 2018:
I go out by myself all the time.
If necessary to testify in court would you put your hand on the bible?
kiramea comments on Jan 18, 2018:
I've had to testify, however I did not have to put my hand on anything. Just raised it and affirm that I will tell the truth. Even if I had to put my hand on the Bible I would. It's not like I'm planning on lying or anything.
Piercings? Yea or Nay?
kiramea comments on Jan 18, 2018:
I used to have around 15 piercings (none in my ears), but have removed all of them when I had cardiac bypass surgery.
How do you let your hair go grey gracefully? I started going grey when I was 24. Obviously I color ...
kiramea comments on Jan 18, 2018:
The first time I dyed my hair was in 7th grade. For me, it was really embarrassing to have gray hair that young. I finally got used to it, and let it go until my mid 40's. That's when I started dying it. I finally got tired of all the retouch, and let it go natural. My hair is 95 percent gray. I'm about to buy some hair chalk combs and see how that works. It would be interesting to have a different color funky color whenever I want it.
I am interested in what type of auto's you drive. My wife and I own a 2004 Buick LaSabre, and 2012 ...
kiramea comments on Jan 18, 2018:
2015 Mazda3, 35-40 mpg
Social anxiety anyone? Most posts,comments,or replies I make either A: are rewrote 3-4 times and ...
kiramea comments on Jan 18, 2018:
My social anxiety manifests itself when I'm with people, not at social media sites. That's why I've been single for over 10yrs; it's very hard to meet someone when you don't go anywhere and distrust dating sites.
Have you experienced the slap, kick, and punch of big pharma?
kiramea comments on Jan 16, 2018:
If it wasn't for Medicare and Medicaid I would have had to fork over more than $100,000 for my bypass surgery. Also, since Walmart is the only "preferred" pharmacy in my area, if I refill my meds anywhere but Walmart it would cost me more than $600 a month versus $28 at Walmart. This isn't necessarily big pharma, but insurance/anything medical is just as bad.
New Evidence That Man-Made Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Does Not Cause Global Warming ...
kiramea comments on Jan 16, 2018:
This is on the "about" page of the website you cited: The purposes of the magazine, as stated on the Home Page, are to promote Christian values, traditional American values, and the upholding and protecting of our United States Constitution. In other-words, I would need to see peer reviewed correlation from a reputable source before I believe anything that is posted on this site.
Anyone else here having difficult problems dealing with elderly parents
kiramea comments on Jan 15, 2018:
My mother passed 26yrs ago. Step-father found her on the floor of their house. Apparently she got out of bed and dropped dead from a heart attack before she even hit the floor. My father recently passed from multiple cancers. Step-mother banned his children from even visiting him preferring her "good Christian" friends that will pray for his recovery instead (she essentially told us that). After he died she wanted all four kids to sign a paper stating that we were horrible children and hated our father; then she would drop the lawsuit keeping us from probating the will. We all refused; will got probated anyway because it was determined that she was not in it due to the prenup they signed. I had no problem dealing with difficult parents; my problems was after death. Hopefully with all the payable on deaths that I've signed my children will have an easier time.
Would being a 'slave' be better than being homeless?
kiramea comments on Jan 14, 2018:
Last I heard, that is called bartering. As for indentured servitude/slavery being better than being homeless....... not for the homeless. Slavery implies non-consensual. Anything non-consensual is wrong.
What in your opinion would an extraterrestrial look like? Example flat because they have high ...
kiramea comments on Jan 14, 2018:
If you believe the accounts of abductees, there are at least six species of aliens that have visited Earth: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_alleged_extraterrestrial_beings
Forgive and forget?
kiramea comments on Jan 14, 2018:
Forgive yes, but not forget. Also, not for every infraction. I will never forgive my ex-husband for physically assaulting our son and sexually assaulting our daughter. In fact, when he died our son and I bought pizza and celebrated. That's one less asshole on this earth.
With the advances that are being made in genetics the future may not be too far away when we can ...
kiramea comments on Jan 14, 2018:
And that will happen why?
Here is the example that helped me to realize my beliefs on confederate monuments. Imagine you are ...
kiramea comments on Jan 13, 2018:
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't it illegal to have anything Nazi-themed in Germany?
I don't know why, but I thought that I wouldn't find as much discrimination and bigotry on this ...
kiramea comments on Jan 13, 2018:
I have a lot of strange beliefs, which I have talked about here. Most people don't agree with me, however most of them area respectful and allow me my delusions. In other-words, just because they don't agree with you does not mean they are discriminating or being bigots. It just means...... well that they don't agree with you.
The Donald said he did not say that certain countries are shtholes. I'm wondering, are there ...
kiramea comments on Jan 12, 2018:
He denies things that he's said that were caught on tape, so for me I don't care.
Trail mix is nothing more than simply M&M candy with obstacles. Am I right?
kiramea comments on Jan 12, 2018:
I don't eat trail mix with candy in it.
What are your thoughts on funerals? My step-mom passed away yesterday and I am not going to the ...
kiramea comments on Jan 12, 2018:
My middle brother didn't go to our father's funeral. I had no problem with it, however my sister did. Besides, my dad will never know. Funerals are for the living, not for the dead.
The question; "How did something come from nothing?" seems to come from the theist conjecture of a ...
kiramea comments on Jan 12, 2018:
When someone tries that on my I ask them where God came from. Of course they will say he was always here. When I point out that something/someone had to make him they usually walk away. If they push the matter I tell them that if they can believe that God was always here I can believe that something came out of nothing.
Why do the religious people have a hard time respecting trans women and men?
kiramea comments on Jan 11, 2018:
Because in doing so they are admitting (in their eyes) that God makes mistakes.
What type of coffee is your favorite?
kiramea comments on Jan 11, 2018:
caffeinated, preferably strong.
How long do you have to be in a relationship before it's commited one to one?
kiramea comments on Jan 11, 2018:
It really depends on the relationship.
Look, I like Oprah as a person. She's nice. Likable. But, do we really want reality television stars...
kiramea comments on Jan 10, 2018:
I personally believe Oprah is over-rated.
This is for the single ladies over 50...Does age matter to you when it involves a potential ...
kiramea comments on Jan 10, 2018:
The only rule I have is that I will never date anyone younger than my oldest son (he's 39). Now, if I had a chance with Jason Mamoa........ well let's say that rule will be thrown out the window :)
Why do people wait until they end up in prison and/or the hospital to find religion??
kiramea comments on Jan 10, 2018:
My last boyfriend insisted that he would NEVER convert to Christianity; after all he was a Druid priest. Then our house was raided and computers/cell phones/tablets confiscated. Apparently he was frequenting a pedophiles account on 4chan and exchanging images. Arrested, and pled down to 10 counts of possession and one count of distribution of child porn (he had over 500 images on his computer). The day before sentencing he was baptized a Christian and married a "fine Christian woman". All because he thought it would give him a lighter sentence and easier time in prison. Don't know/don't care if it worked, but I do know that his "wife" divorced him less than a year into the sentence and he is listed again as pagan. I can't tell you why others converted, but I would think it would also be to have an easier time in prison. As for the hospital, I have no clue.
Should the U.S. Electoral College be abolished?
kiramea comments on Jan 9, 2018:
You betcha. We're smart enough to elect our own officials.
Moon landing deniers
kiramea comments on Jan 9, 2018:
My first husband and my grandfather were moon deniers. I can understand my grandfather being one but not my first husband. As hubby put it, parts of Arizona looks a lot like the Moon. He also told me to watch Capricorn One and I would understand how easy it would be to fake the landing.
What if you are wrong and there IS a god
kiramea comments on Jan 9, 2018:
Oops Actually, I don't really care. I do NOT want to spend an eternity with those idiots.
Other than religion, in what way are you a minority where you live?
kiramea comments on Jan 9, 2018:
I'm a liberal in a small conservative town. I am a multi-tattooed and occasionally pierced female. I like to dye my hair funky colors (this is unusual for a almost 60yr old here). I'll post more when they come to me.
Should Humans Stop Drinking Milk After Infancy?
kiramea comments on Jan 9, 2018:
I hate milk. Personally, it tastes slimy to me.
Some people said there's God. My issue is who are the parents?
kiramea comments on Jan 9, 2018:
According to Christians, God has always been here. There is no beginning or end. Yeah, this has me scratching my head too.
Flat Earthers
kiramea comments on Jan 9, 2018:
I did decades ago. My first husband was a flat-earther and a moon landing denier, hence one of the MANY reasons we divorced.
Do you think agnostics other common ground?
kiramea comments on Jan 9, 2018:
Your question makes no sense. Could you please rephrase it?
Totally unrelated but ... What sort of internet speed is normal/average where you live?
kiramea comments on Jan 9, 2018:
I usually get 10mbps or less. That's the cost of living in a small town.
What do all the different colored stars next to people who live nearby me stand for?
kiramea comments on Jan 9, 2018:
Most likely it's what level they are.
Race/ethnicity
kiramea comments on Jan 8, 2018:
I see no problem with it. I have dated Hispanic men and have been engaged to an African American and an Iranian (not at the same time of course)
I want to know what you think on the subject of Global Warming? I am not buying the ...
kiramea comments on Jan 8, 2018:
I believe humans aren't helping, but it is cyclic. That being said, I do believe we should be doing something to try to slow it down.
Today, everyone in my apartment building got handwritten note from a Jehovah's Witness in upstate ...
kiramea comments on Jan 8, 2018:
I've received two handwritten letters from JW's in the mail in the last couple of weeks and I live in Missouri. Maybe it's a new way of converting for them.
After living in Sacramento for the past 3 years I am making plans to move back to Missouri. It ...
kiramea comments on Jan 8, 2018:
I live in a small town outside of Springfield. Never had any issues with the townfolks even when I had neon blue hair.
Should you ask first before you decide you want to follow someone?
kiramea comments on Jan 8, 2018:
I have several following me. I consider it a compliment.
Just a thought
kiramea comments on Jan 8, 2018:
Wouldn't work. He would just pass out and wake up after a few minutes.
How was your religion indoctrination in a private elementary school?
kiramea comments on Jan 8, 2018:
Never was in private school, but I am from a time where public schools were allowed to advocate for religion. We had prayer every morning along with the pledge, and also had religious assemblies on occasion.
So it turns out that Mexico isn't going to pay for the wall.
kiramea comments on Jan 8, 2018:
That's old news. Mexico has been saying that even before the idiot became president.
Do you trust easily or do you trust no one?
kiramea comments on Jan 7, 2018:
I subscribe to the trust but verify school of thought. That being said, it's extremely hard for me to completely trust anyone. Phrases that will immediately turn me off: 1) What; you don't trust me? 2) I would never lie to you 3) I'm a Christian, so you can trust me. I'm sure there are others but those are the ones I remember off the top of my head.
American Gods: This novel is a big metaphor and great example of the gods we create. If you haven't ...
kiramea comments on Jan 7, 2018:
He's my daughter's favorite author.
I wish the people on this site would stop being so political. Just about all the members here agree ...
kiramea comments on Jan 7, 2018:
When the political climate affects my family and myself, I personally believe it's worth talking about. Since our current president is a misogynist, bigoted, racist, homophobic/transphobic idiot who is trying to kill off the poor...... Well enough said.
Imagine you could say "take me to Hell" into your GPS. Where on the map would it lead you?
kiramea comments on Jan 7, 2018:
Texas. Though I was born and raised there, I have no desire to go back.
Does anybody come into contact with people who actually believe that the world is around 6,000 years...
kiramea comments on Jan 7, 2018:
My best friend's entire extended family is one of them. My friend is an RN, and her sister is an Occupational Therapist; so education has nothing to do it their beliefs. I asked her about the evidence to the contrary she explained that the reason for that is that Satan is deceiving us. I just let them believe since I know I won't ever change their minds.
This has always been a mystery to me. The Rosetta stone is a translation to modern explanation. What...
kiramea comments on Jan 7, 2018:
You can say the same thing about the English. Just look at Olde English and modern English. Very, very different.
Do you ever lose an entire day? This is just a general commentary. Today I woke up and utterly ...
kiramea comments on Jan 6, 2018:
Being retired due to disability I forget what day it is all the time. At least I don't try to check the mail on a Sunday like my son does.
What attracts you to a person? What makes you want to stay with that person?
kiramea comments on Jan 5, 2018:
Talent and intelligence is the two main attractions for me. Most of the men I have been with have been musicians, however just about any talent will work (and NO, I do not mean talent in bed).
Has anyone considered.....
kiramea comments on Jan 4, 2018:
You have to remember that most of these people voted for Trump knowing what kind of person he is. I seriously doubt you can tell them anything that will convince them that these charlatans are fake.
Should people that disagree with science be allowed to use advanced technology created by scientific...
kiramea comments on Jan 4, 2018:
My question is how would you keep them from owning them? I mean, are we now going to have a registry for who can and can not own technology? Sounds really stupid to me.
How many of us here went to a religious school? What was your experience there? I went to a ...
kiramea comments on Jan 3, 2018:
My best friend in high school had her children schooled in an ABEKA school. The entire family still believes that the Earth is 6000 years old, and all the other b/s that is "taught" to conservative Christians. This woman is an RN, and her sister is an Occupational Therapist so you would think they would be smart enough to evolve. Apparently not.

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