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I have taught science for 30 years. I have worked as a scientist in two different fields. I was raised in the Presbyterian church. I abandoned it after my first year in college. I realized I had many questions that theism could not answer adequately.. I have been an atheist ever since.

Until recently, I found being an atheist meant being a hidden population. Glad that being rational is becoming more socially acceptable.

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Melania saddled taxpayers with millions in security costs so she could renegotiate her prenup
t1nick comments on Jun 13, 2020:
Does that surprise anyone!
Making people aware of their implicit biases doesn’t usually change minds.
t1nick comments on Jun 13, 2020:
Plus given the circumstances impratical.
Ex-US Police Officer debunks 'Black Lives Matter', taking a knee & protests - Brandon Tatum - BQ 19 ...
t1nick comments on Jun 13, 2020:
Check the credibility of your sources. RIGHT BIAS These media sources are moderately to strongly biased toward conservative causes through story selection and/or political affiliation. They may utilize strong loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes), publish misleading reports and omit reporting of information that may damage conservative causes. Some sources in this category may be untrustworthy. Funded by / Ownership The Sun is published by the News Group Newspapers division of News UK, itself a wholly owned subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. The paper generates revenue through advertising, newsstand sales and subscriptions. Analysis / Bias In review, The Sun is a classic trashy tabloid that features celebrity gossip, current events and right leaning news stories. There is significant use of loaded sensational headlines such as this: SPREADING LIES Trolls are claiming Meghan Markle’s pregnancy is ‘fake’ in outrageous conspiracy theory. Politically, the paper has endorsed conservatives since 2010. In general, the paper publishes sensationalized misleading stories with a right wing bias. A factual search reveals numerous failed fact checks. Overall, we rate The Sun Right Biased based on story selection and political affiliation that favors the right. We also rate them Mixed for factual reporting due to overly sensationalized headlines and numerous failed fact checks. (6/19/2016) Updated (D. Van Zandt 4/07/2019) https://www.google.com/amp/s/mediabiasfactcheck.com/the-sun/%3famp
Do you believe the report?
t1nick comments on Jun 13, 2020:
Lol
☀⭐ Good night all. . Enjoy the twofer...
t1nick comments on Jun 13, 2020:
Nice artistic composition. There are sometimes when B/W is just superior to color.
Trump Unmasked – BillMoyers.com
t1nick comments on Jun 13, 2020:
I do know if there is a word in any lexicon to describe Trump and his supporters. So many negative traits rolled into one person and group. In order to describe Trump and his minions one needs more than a dozen descriptive adjectives to even approach a decent description.
Sexy and elegant Asian girl! 😮
t1nick comments on Jun 13, 2020:
She doesnt look Asian, but is sexy and classy for sure?
What we have become?
t1nick comments on Jun 13, 2020:
Sad but it seems to be so true
Hi all. Did you know this? Is it true?
t1nick comments on Jun 13, 2020:
Never thought about that particular aspect. Although the ideology and paradigm existed long before the Civil War. The war just made it name and define itself to the Nation.
20,000 Women and 100,000 Castrated Men to Serve the Emperor: The Imperial Harem of China | Ancient ...
t1nick comments on Jun 13, 2020:
Very true. Unimaginable indeed
John Prine's last song, "I remember everything" .
t1nick comments on Jun 12, 2020:
One of my all favorite artists
Enochlophobia Thought I’d add a little fun to this word and do it per cartoon (Frank & Ernest ...
t1nick comments on Jun 12, 2020:
Lol
Do you think President Trump disparage people who are not white as him?
t1nick comments on Jun 12, 2020:
Ya think?
😊😜 Ok men.. Man the missles!
t1nick comments on Jun 12, 2020:
Lol
Understand Trump has no empathy but surely his advisors should, at least one of them he hasn't ...
t1nick comments on Jun 12, 2020:
The reason that they are his top advisors is that they are like-minded to Trump. They may not have been as totally lacking in empathy as their leader, but they soon realized that is what it took to keep their jobs. They came in with the propensity for non empathy and was given a free ticket to expand it. In many ways it's not too unlike the leadership in the Nazi Party during WWII. They were all like minded and devoid of empathy.
Tulsa mayor said we are not shooting African Americans as much as we should be
t1nick comments on Jun 11, 2020:
What do you expect its Oklahoma. The place where the Bible Belt drains.
☺ Lock and load!
t1nick comments on Jun 11, 2020:
Lol
I've been considering enrollment into a certificate program because if an opportunity arises at the ...
t1nick comments on Jun 11, 2020:
I went back at age 54 for a PhD. I got it 5 years ago at the age of 60. It is possible to teach old dogs new tricks.
TRADUCE.
t1nick comments on Jun 11, 2020:
New word. Thanks
Confessions of a former bastard cop.
t1nick comments on Jun 10, 2020:
I would love to see the Trumpsters, Republicams, conservatives. Libertarians, and so called protectors of capitalism on the web site read this all the way through. That is they are capable of it.
God Damn Road Runner.
t1nick comments on Jun 10, 2020:
Lol
It has been said that Trumps presidency and his popularity back from 2016 on was as a result of his ...
t1nick comments on Jun 10, 2020:
Definitely. He tapped into Americas ugly underbelly. He has a 30 years history of racist acts surrounding his businesses.
Red Lion: Archaeologists 'find London's earliest theatre' - BBC News
t1nick comments on Jun 10, 2020:
Definitely a fun discovery
Minnesota may see fit to execute George Floyd's killer, or it may see fit to imprison him for life.
t1nick comments on Jun 10, 2020:
Two points: I am not sure that Chauvin is entirely aware of the actual reasons why he acted the way he did. It's part of his make up that was forged in childhood with many influences he may not be totally cognizant of. Second, the motivations for the type of racism and lack of empathy have been thoroughly studied and in general are well understood. He is not a unique specimen. He is a product of a undercurrent of white privilege and angst that pervades not only law enforcement, but a large segment of our society.
Here Are Some Common Sex Myths That Everyone Really Needs To Stop Believing | IFLScience
t1nick comments on Jun 9, 2020:
Surprisingly enough, I knew all except one of these beforehand.
Honest Question - Do you think we face Systemic Oppression? Or are we just intensely disliked?
t1nick comments on Jun 9, 2020:
Yes to both.
Stolen from my friend on Facebook Blaming all cops for the thuggish and murderous behavior of a ...
t1nick comments on Jun 8, 2020:
No quite. Cops are an agency that is established to Protect and Serve their community. If there are bad cops and their fellow cops turn a blind eye, then they are complicit. Blacks are not an agency, they are a population of individuals that have experienced 400 years of loathsome, atrocious, inhumane treatment. If many are angry, gee go figure. It is common for those born to white privilege, live in white privilege, and practice white privilege to lump all blacks together under one umbrella. It justifies their feeling of white privilege and unfounded superiority. It was born in European Imperialusm and is the last vestige of that system. So cops are hired to serve all in the community regardless of ethnicity. Just like the Presidentvwas elected to represent ALL people regardless of race, color, creed or etnincity.
Happy Monday, y'all! Let's get to it!
t1nick comments on Jun 8, 2020:
Lol
The BLM movement has managed to do something both interesting and remarkable, and more complex than ...
t1nick comments on Jun 8, 2020:
Thats what defunding is all about. Not eliminating police, but changing what programs get less funding and what programs need better funding. It's about taking money from programs that have demonstrated that they are not having any substantial impact in stopping or preventing crime and assuring public safety. Then moving that money that have been traditionally underfunded, but show promise as to bring proactive and positively impacting crime prevention. Research has recently shown that if monies are put in youth programs and youth prevention programs that they have the ability to have a positive long term impact in heading off future crime. That is the proposal when cities say defund. Its redirecting finances to more proactive programs. Besides until we demilitarize our police forces and deconstruct their present law enforcement paradigm, I not sure anything will help. Back to Protect and Serve as a part of a community, as opposed to Rule and Enforce as it stands bow.
Lost Mountain Pass Found in Norway and it's Full of Viking Artifacts
t1nick comments on Jun 8, 2020:
This is cool. Gives some more insights into the Vikings which are popular these days.
I am an atheist.
t1nick comments on Jun 7, 2020:
I think you are on the wrong site and I think you do not understand the definition of atheist.
Walt Disney would be proud. October 2017 [youtube.com]
t1nick comments on Jun 6, 2020:
Don't look now, the Illuminati walk among us.
Can You Describe Lindsey Graham In One Word?
t1nick comments on Jun 6, 2020:
Smarmy hypocrite. Oh wait that's two..lol
Shibboleth: noun, a custom, principle, or belief distinguishing a particular class or group of ...
t1nick comments on Jun 6, 2020:
New word . TY
Saturday morning fire
t1nick comments on Jun 6, 2020:
Steam punk?
46,000-yr-old "Icebird" Found Totally Intact with Feathers and Beak
t1nick comments on Jun 6, 2020:
Cool
Kingaspidoides spinirecurvatus: A new species of Trilobite from the Cambrian of the Anti‑Atlas, ...
t1nick comments on Jun 6, 2020:
Defensive adornment. I was actually asking myself that before I got to the last srntence.
Yellowstone hot sposts may be waining: [sciencedaily.
t1nick comments on Jun 6, 2020:
Cool about Yellowstone
Louisiana GOP Backs Child Marriage Bill: “A Lot of 16-Year-Olds Are Very Mature” | Hemant Mehta ...
t1nick comments on Jun 5, 2020:
This is the same state that spawned Jerry Lee Lewis who married his 14 year old 1st cousin.
😍 Gotta have attitude!
t1nick comments on Jun 5, 2020:
And that she does. Lol
A new acronym. 😂
t1nick comments on Jun 5, 2020:
Lol
Police And Their Apologists Have Already Lost The Argument .
t1nick comments on Jun 5, 2020:
This indoctrination was intensified under George Bush II. After the surge in Afghanistan and Iraq, the military had a significant pull back. When this happened there became a large surplus in military weaponry, and materials. Bush decided to offer these surplus equipment for sale to domestic police departments. Police departments jumped at the opportunity to acquire this military grade equipment. At this point a paradigm shift occurred in law enforcement throughout the country. Police became militarized and saw themselves as an occupying force in their own cities, as opposed to a service and protection agency for their communities. The paradigm shift heightened the concept of us versus them. Protect and Serve became replaced with Rule and Enforce. Unfortunately, Obama continued with the militarization of the domestic law enforcement agencies. Police now brandish equipment whose purpose is to protect and defend against a hostile enemy. Commensurate is the perception of seeing fellow citizens as the enemy.
Trumpster??
t1nick comments on Jun 5, 2020:
Probably even though I know it's wrong. How do I know that, I occasionally wear a cowboy hat and I am a progressive liberal. But then, I teach on the Rez, and cowboy hats are common and most of my Native friends are anything but Trumpsters. Lol
Does anyone else find the idea of a FEMALE peacock costume bizarre?
t1nick comments on Jun 5, 2020:
Lol. so true.
does anyone want to break down what's wrong with this?
t1nick comments on Jun 4, 2020:
False positives correlations. Apples and oranges.
Heres a pic for ,Tom..
t1nick comments on Jun 4, 2020:
Okay? Lol
I never really understood why liberals think voter ID somehow works against minorities for this very...
t1nick comments on Jun 4, 2020:
An interesting video. One problem I see is the sampling population. NYC is pretty cosmopolitan so most people, regardless of color in NYC maybe a little more sophisticsted than say someone in...Asheboro. NC. Most voter suppression occurs in rural, rather than urban communities. Below are excerpts from a couple of article put out the aclu. Voter ID Laws Thirty-six states have identification requirements at the polls. Seven states have strict photo ID laws, under which voters must present one of a limited set of forms of government-issued photo ID in order to cast a regular ballot – no exceptions. These strict ID laws are part of an ongoing strategy to suppress the vote, and it works. Voter ID laws have been estimated by the U.S. Government Accountability Office to reduce voter turnout by 2-3 percentage points, translating to tens of thousands of votes lost in a single state. Over 21 million U.S. citizens do not have government-issued photo identification. That’s because ID cards aren’t always accessible for everyone. The ID itself can be costly, and even when IDs are free, applicants must incur other expenses to obtain the underlying documents that are needed to get an ID. This can be a significant burden on people in lower-income communities. Further, the travel required is an obstacle for people with disabilities, the elderly, and people living in rural areas. https://www.aclu.org/news/civil-liberties/block-the-vote-voter-suppression-in-2020/ Voter ID laws deprive many voters of their right to vote, reduce participation, and stand in direct opposition to our country’s trend of including more Americans in the democratic process. Many Americans do not have one of the forms of identification states acceptable for voting. These voters are disproportionately low-income, racial and ethnic minorities, the elderly, and people with disabilities. Such voters more frequently have difficulty obtaining ID, because they cannot afford or cannot obtain the underlying documents that are a prerequisite to obtaining government-issued photo ID card. Voter ID Laws Deprive Many Americans of the Right to Vote Millions of Americans Lack ID. 11% of U.S. citizens – or more than 21 million Americans – do not have government-issued photo identification.1 Obtaining ID Costs Money. Even if ID is offered for free, voters must incur numerous costs (such as paying for birth certificates) to apply for a government-issued ID. Underlying documents required to obtain ID cost money, a significant expense for lower-income Americans. The combined cost of document fees, travel expenses and waiting time are estimated to range from $75 to $175.2 The travel required is often a major burden on people with disabilities, the elderly, or those in rural areas ...
😍 Good morning all.. She's sexy and cute at the same time... Yes?
t1nick comments on Jun 4, 2020:
That she is.
Trump Campaign Demands Media Stop Saying Protesters Were Tear-Gassed
t1nick comments on Jun 3, 2020:
Kind of hard when I watched happen live on television. Same with the rubber bullets and flashing bangs. It's kind if hard to deny.
Has anyone dated a narcissist? Breaking up might be freeing but still hurts.
t1nick comments on Jun 3, 2020:
Stormy Daniels did. Lol
the phrase.
t1nick comments on Jun 3, 2020:
I do not know if you are being sarcastic. You refer to "both" not having a place in our current society. By phrasing it that way, I assume the second unnamed slogan is "Black Lives Matter". "Black lives matter" has historical context and cannot be separated from the events of the past. To ignore that is to either not know this Nations real history or to have ones head in the sand for the last six years Whites can not claim this moniker as we have held the reigns of economic power, political power, and cultural power since the 1600's. We have made sure that our white life matters by subjugating and oppressing those that do not resemble our white European heritage. Subjugation is not always done with a whip or switch. Subjugation also happens with policies, access to resources, access to economic opportunity. White lives have mattered for 400 years, we've made sure of that. Only by finally having an honest discussion about race, its manifestations, and its impacts will it potentially end. Not talking about it is how we got here in the first place. Denial or silence is what keeps it alive.
A skeptical anthropologist was cataloging South American folk remedies with the assistance of a ...
t1nick comments on Jun 3, 2020:
Lol
That's one way to get noticed!
t1nick comments on Jun 3, 2020:
lol
Not a good photo of the baby and mother, but they were out behind my house this evening! I was ...
t1nick comments on Jun 2, 2020:
Cool
KREWE.
t1nick comments on Jun 2, 2020:
new word. thanks
This may not be all that uncommon, but not in my everyday lexicon.
t1nick comments on Jun 1, 2020:
I hear it all the time since Trump came into office. I had a general feel for it, but not clarity. Thank you
John Pavlovitz argues that "Prolific Racism Needs Complicit White People.
t1nick comments on Jun 1, 2020:
I have spent a life time fighting social injustice as a teacher in minority and marginalized communities. I have spent two years condemning racism and white privilege on the web site. I have been very vocal and taken on the practioners of white privilege and self-denying or self-deluded racists on this site. I ask others to join me in calling them out and keep the Floyd George dialog against institutional and systemic racism on-going.
> A group of cats is called a clowder.
t1nick comments on Jun 1, 2020:
There a book called " A Symphony of Larks" which lists all these group names. It's actually a fun book. A murder of crows was always one of my favotites.
'Cannabis burned during worship' by ancient Israelites - study - BBC News
t1nick comments on Jun 1, 2020:
Lol. I can just imagine Moses with a giant spleef sitting on the mountainside talking to God. Lol
I know this is inappropriate for this site, but it's soothing and consoling nonetheless .
t1nick comments on May 31, 2020:
Joan Baez is always appropriate. She represents something good from my era.
Soft-tissue preservation in Cloudinomorphs from the terminal Ediacaran Period of Nevada.
t1nick comments on May 31, 2020:
cool
Protest, Uprisings, and Race War - CounterPunch.org
t1nick comments on May 30, 2020:
Well written and addressed many of the issues at hand. Most of it comes down to white privilege. White privilege allowed us to keep a race of people as chattel and enslaved for multiple Centuries. Then a Century of white privilege intimidating, harassing and lynching blacks in the Jim Crow South kept peoples of color in "their place" and unable to enjoy the fruits of a prosperous nation. White privilege in the North and South have used policy, the justice system, and law enforcement to keep minorities oppressed and frightened. Meritocracy does not exist in society for many. They dont have boot straps to pull up, as they werent allowed boots to begin with. As demographics change and minorities begin to exceed whites in numbers. If the bonds of white privilege are broken, we stand the chance of becoming another apartheid country.
A team of University of Rhode Island scientists and statisticians conducted a sophisticated ...
t1nick comments on May 27, 2020:
Science is dynamic, not static like dogma. As technology improves and the accuracy and precision improve, along with new or improved techniques, newly acquired data allows us as a Science Community to alter our understandings and change our minds. If it did not work that way, I would be disappointed.
Remarkable findings on Neanderthal genes - [mpg.de]
t1nick comments on May 27, 2020:
Wouldnt load for me
Juukan Gorge archaeological site in Western Australia destroyed by mine expansion.
t1nick comments on May 27, 2020:
Typical of the marriage between corporations and governments.
Last time I checked, they thought it was a one off hail storm disaster with a single troop of ...
t1nick comments on May 26, 2020:
Fascinating
New details on the mammoths at Mexico City's new airport - [dw.
t1nick comments on May 26, 2020:
Cool
AL Pastor Puts Up Sign Saying “Black Folks Need to Stay Out of White Churches” | Beth ...
t1nick comments on May 25, 2020:
IMO, his declaration is less about racism as it is about preservation and protection of his congregation. . Blacks are one of the most vulnerable populations throughout the South. As tensions and anger arise during this time of COVID virus, minorities become the default population for white violence. Given that protection for minorities has a poor record in the South, it would not be unrealistic for an unsuspecting black family to be subject to intimidation or violence after attending a service in a white dominated neighborhood. Its unfortunate and sad, but a realistic possibility in some areas of the South. I do not promote or condone racism in any of its forms. But recognizing that by putting oneself in a vulnerable position increases opportunities for adverse situations.
a strange quirk of evolution - [amp.esquireme.com]
t1nick comments on May 25, 2020:
Fascinating, a rare event to be sure
Life is hard, stress can be overwhelming, there's always more bullshit on the way, it's always going...
t1nick comments on May 24, 2020:
A cup of iced coffee or a long walk in the woods
because it's behind a paywall .
t1nick comments on May 24, 2020:
Phillip did you catch my poem that I posted last week. It was about the intellectuals living and writing in Paris in 1943. I wrote it two decades ago. I studied French writer/philosophers 1900 to 1950 for awhile.
Three-fer: New word, just for laughs and news links. Piss-tancing. [npr.org] Listen to broadcast.
t1nick comments on May 23, 2020:
Heard it this morning on NPR. Lol
The oldest story in the world - [sciencemag.
t1nick comments on May 23, 2020:
None of this is overly surprising. 35,000 BP the Earth was still in the grips of the last ice age. The straits between Australia, Indonesia, and Southeast Asia were connected by a land bridge as much of the world's oceans were locked up in polar ice caps. There was a lot of human and faunal migration during this time, worldwide. That humans arrived in Australia before 35,000 BP doesn't sound unreasonable. Oral traditions are quite durable, especially within populations like the aboriginal occupants in places like Australia where they became isolated and remained in place. Anecdotally, oral stories differ in specifics somewhat over time with each teller and each generation. But in general they remain true to their essence as they represent important events in the life of the culture.
Elephants 300 000 yrs ago in what is now Germany - [phys.org]
t1nick comments on May 22, 2020:
I excavated elephants (mammoth) from 20,000 BP on a site in Colordao for the Smithsonian in 1978. Dotton-Selby site.
A random bit of fun here, this thought experiment.
t1nick comments on May 22, 2020:
No, it's just sitting, not moving, the wheels. nor the conveyor belt are not either one moving. Lol. Just guessing I know the physics so well outlined below. Lol.
Has Evangelical Christianity Become Sociopathic? [huffpost.com]
t1nick comments on May 21, 2020:
Is becoming? Has been for a long time.
The worst thing you can do to castiron frying pan is soaking it in water.
t1nick comments on May 20, 2020:
I always heard wash with water, but not soap. I havent used my set in years.
I spent far too much time looking into which group this would be most appropriately posted, so it ...
t1nick comments on May 19, 2020:
Not familiar. I'm reading Anatole France's novel, "Penguin Island". In this book the St. Mael is blown off coarse and ends up on an island inhabited by Penguins. Because of his poor eyesight, he assumes that they are just a population of short heathens. He baptizes them. Then God and the other elders in heaven are so perplexed by having Penguins baptized that he turns them into short humans. St. Mael tows the island to the coast of Brittany. Anatole then begins to tell the history of humans and Christianity through the eyes of the Penguins as humans. It's not exactly a comedy as it was a treatise of the conditions of humans (written in 1947). But it dies have its tongue in cheek You may like and appreciate if you can find a copy.
Howard Stern says Trump hates his supporters, that Trump is ‘disgusted’ by them, and he should ...
t1nick comments on May 18, 2020:
I've been making this point for four years. Glad to somebody else sees what I see.
If Eric Trump really believed this, he wouldn't have done the interview from the safety of his home.
t1nick comments on May 18, 2020:
Sure he would have. He's a dumber peckerwood than his father. His idiocy knows no bounds and his white and economic privilege makes him think that he is untouchable.
I was reading an articial on free diving for urchins when they mentioned the guy would take several...
t1nick comments on May 18, 2020:
Cool
Contact tracing is not a new concept.
t1nick comments on May 17, 2020:
Not wishing to deflect or sidestep the issue, I am not an epidemiologist. That is for them to determine. Follow the science and the mathematical models. Models are inherrently incorrect because circumstances change from day to day, but the scientists adjust as new info and data arises. The trends have been true to prediction thus far.
Pictish 'city' in the 5th Century!!! [northern-scot.co.uk]
t1nick comments on May 17, 2020:
I would love to see a LIDAR of this site. Cool though.
⚽⚽ Good morning all.. Anyone up for soccer?
t1nick comments on May 17, 2020:
Gotta love body painting. Lol
I am reading Anatole France's 1957 novel Peguin Island.
t1nick comments on May 17, 2020:
I was going to get there. Lol
Does being an agnostic mean that you’re on the wall or you lack acceptance?
t1nick comments on May 16, 2020:
I am one of the atheists agnostics are not fond of. IMHO, agnosticism is just another variety of Pascals Wager and an unwillingness to commit. Equivocation
I have heard many people over the years say that they would not want to live forever even if they ...
t1nick comments on May 16, 2020:
Read Simone de Beauvoir's novel, "All Men Are Mortal ".
We have to assume he means Russia is better?
t1nick comments on May 16, 2020:
What Azimov purports is absolutely true. I have argued that exact point multiple times on this site. An anti-intellectual movement began publically in 1983 with then President Reagan's re-election committee and became the backbone of the GOP since then. On to the second point. St. Sinner's assertion that anybody criticizing a policy or a problematic cultural proclivity that underpins a large segment of the American experience means that we are anti-American and pro-Russia (we reserve that stance for this President) is preposterous and totally fallacious. We went through this specious and hurtful argument in the late 60's and early 70's with Vietnam. The intellectually challenged claimed (John Birchers and Republicans) that because we opposed the policy connected to the Vietnam conflict, that we were somehow anti-American. It was preposterous then and its preposterous now. Your turning this into a binary choice, "for all of it or for none of it" is shear folly and ludicrous. Instead, we see the potential for a better America by recognizing that we have faults and weaknesses. That a large segment of our society chooses to ignore fact and reason (bolstered by the influence of fundamentalist Christian dogma) does not diminish the country and culture, rather says we are capable of being and doing better.
My direct admission at covid unit two nights ago came from the woods , no social security number , ...
t1nick comments on May 16, 2020:
❤❤❤ Be safe and keep up the good work. I understand your commitment and empathy for your patients. I teach and all my students are my children as well.
Corruption Fact Check
t1nick comments on May 15, 2020:
No surprise
Hello, I'm new to the group. Hope you all have a wonderful friday.
t1nick comments on May 15, 2020:
Welcome
I've always enjoyed history, archaeology, and anthropology.
t1nick comments on May 14, 2020:
What class do you teach. I'm very familar with the magazine as I'm a recovering archaeologist. (Lol). I was an archaeologist in the 1970'-80s before I became a science teacher.
So which way is she facing?
t1nick comments on May 14, 2020:
Great composition
ramekin /ˈraməkən/ noun a small dish for baking and serving an individual portion of food.
t1nick comments on May 14, 2020:
ramekin
QUIP.
t1nick comments on May 14, 2020:
Comedians in the 50's and 60's were know for their quips. People like Groucho Marx, Johnny Carson, W. C. Fields, Joan Rivers etc.
Thousands of new archeological data discovered by amateur stay-at-home archaeologists in SW England...
t1nick comments on May 13, 2020:
Cool
[motherjones.
t1nick comments on May 12, 2020:
Hes just a plain old misogynist. He hates acknowledging that women are more than sex objects.
Something different, but there is nowhere else to post it.
t1nick comments on May 12, 2020:
Cool art piece
Exciting times.
t1nick comments on May 11, 2020:
Cool. Saw the article last week. Thanks
Biblioklept {One who steals books} is, in at least some sense of the word, fairly useless.
t1nick comments on May 11, 2020:
Sounds like one of the Urban Dictionary words.

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