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retired educator who grew up in the southern bible belt, but row totally rejects that biased culture. Profoundly influenced by several years in Berlin, Germany at the height of the Cold War.

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Has there been such a thing as "moral progress" in the history of mankind?
wordywalt comments on Apr 7, 2019:
Humankind shows a history of ebb and flow in relation to moral progress. When we have moral progress, it is due to multiple factors, chief among them norms of treating all with full dignity and respect. Oter factors include education, norms and institutions which foster critical thinking, the free exchange of ideas, minimization of formal social stratification.
AI can predict when someone will die with unsettling accuracy. The predictions of early death ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 7, 2019:
Interesting.
If you knew of a way to use your estate following your death to greatly benefit humanity would you ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 6, 2019:
Yes.
Michele Bachmann has made it clear she thinks it's the end of time, Jesus will come back soon. ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 6, 2019:
Bachman has always been more than a little loony.
The first if my Irises to bloom this year. These are dwarf varieties which always bloom before the ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 6, 2019:
Lovely!
Do any of you hope to read the news, and see a modern version of what happened on April 30th 1945?
wordywalt comments on Apr 6, 2019:
Ohhhh yes! There was great sadness on the date in 1945. If it were to happen on this April 30th, there would be great joy and celebration.
Republicans have put the US on a path of warp-speed decline - and they want you to think it's worth ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 5, 2019:
Republicans have lost all sense of honor, moralityk, and patriotism.
The republican party of Death or as they state it the party of health care!
wordywalt comments on Apr 5, 2019:
Greatly liumit, not end corporate power.
Trump and Merkel
wordywalt comments on Apr 5, 2019:
The only disagreement I have with these descriptions, is that Trump is not and has never been a "star" at anything.
A PREDICTION I am absolutely convinced that the Democratic ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 4, 2019:
There is quite a range of opinion within the Democratic party and its candidates. Tell me which proposals you see as so extreme. I have a hunch that some of the things you see as extreme I may see as common sense.
Society is divided on precisely those facts that are morally relevant because they concern the six ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 4, 2019:
I doubt the figures in that study. It is the far right, the libertarians, the religious right which are driven by near absolute commitment to political, economic, and religious dogma. Commitment to dogma is the driving force behind extreme group pressures. On a continuum those right wing elements are much farther to the extreme than he vast majority those on the left. My observation is that the farther to the extreme, the more they are controlled by dogma, resulting in the highest group pressure.
There's still hope! [nytimes.com]
wordywalt comments on Apr 3, 2019:
One way or another, I am certain that the entire Mueller report will be made public nd that very damaging facts about Trump will be revealed.
Learning to punt while cooking
wordywalt comments on Apr 3, 2019:
Looks delicious.
"We shouldn’t forget that our identity is largely a social identity. The group was always a part ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 3, 2019:
If you have not read Erich Fromm's ESCAPE FROM FREEDOM. It is group dynamics that creates and sustains religion. Van Schalk and Michel are dead wrong.
Sooooooo Authoritarian!! Sanders warns that Democrats are playing a ‘dangerous game’ by ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 3, 2019:
She is simply an ill=tempered professional liar.
Neil Gorsuch says no-one can sue to stop government establishing religion
wordywalt comments on Apr 2, 2019:
If Gorsuch said that, he obviously is failing to honor the US Constitution, and should be removed from the Supreme Court.
Attachment is the beginning of sorrow. Most of us are attached. We cling to a person, to a country,...
wordywalt comments on Apr 2, 2019:
I agree partly, and disagree partly. When we become attached to a person, if the relationship ends when we did not want it to, we do feel some real sorrow and regret. But, if the relationship had real quality and longevity, we are still left with warm, loving memories which we will always hold on to. I am an American and will always feel patriotic to the image of what American can and should be. I will always fight to foster the attainment of those images. The America I grew up in is both better and worse than the America of today
Last I heard, the backers of the Hollywood Walk of Fame were discussing removing Trump's star ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 2, 2019:
Love it!
Waiting for 45 to tuck tail and run.
wordywalt comments on Apr 2, 2019:
Right! We MUST keep ramping up the pressure on this cowardly, mean-spirited blowhard SOB until he sneaks away in shame!.
He cheats at golf, he cheats on his wives, he cheats his business partners, ... What makes anyone ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 2, 2019:
Of course he is! As you point out, that is Trump's core pattern of behavior.
Mitch McConnell moving toward ‘nuclear option’ to approve Trump’s judges even faster: ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 1, 2019:
What else do you expect from the morally bankrupt McConnell. He cares about nothing but political advantage, political ideology, and greed.
Rick Scott, the very man who created HCA and defrauded Medicare for over a billion dollars. He ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 1, 2019:
As a Floridian, I can say with certainty that Scott is just as corrupt and morally bankrupt as Trump.
Dem lawmaker calls for DeVos to resign, cites use of 'racist research' [thehill.com]
wordywalt comments on Apr 1, 2019:
One corrupt moral idiot appointed another. Her demagogic crap is the result.
The local Baptist minister just rang my doorbell offering me a pamplet for the upcoming celebration ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 1, 2019:
I once had a couple of Mormon missionaries appear at my door. They asked if they could come in. When I said, "No", they looked stunned as I simply closed the door.
Looks like the like buttons are broken again .
wordywalt comments on Apr 1, 2019:
Not only buttons. I type in a post, but the category does not pop up and i am unable to submit the post. This is getting damned FRUSTRATING..
The local Baptist minister just rang my doorbell offering me a pamplet for the upcoming celebration ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 1, 2019:
You acted appropriately.
Does anyone else fear not admitting they are atheist/non believers in certain situations in the ...
wordywalt comments on Apr 1, 2019:
I am not afraid of stating my lack of belief. But, I have never advertised the fact. Just a find it obnoxious that some advertises they he or she is a bible thumper, I am sure than they would find it distasteful that I spouted my lack of belief all the time.
I've had several can't 'like' comments in the last few hours, is it still a problem for some?
wordywalt comments on Mar 31, 2019:
Yes.
Like button now works, but does not record who is "liking".
wordywalt comments on Mar 31, 2019:
It is not working now.
Only the best... Trump Fed pick was held in contempt for failing ex-wife over $300,000 ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 31, 2019:
He tries to cheat everyone.
Please send your thoughts and prayers to the NRA. NRA's Wayne LaPierre warns that group may be ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 31, 2019:
Lets hope so.
How can someone be agnostic and a believer both?
wordywalt comments on Mar 30, 2019:
One cannot be both. By definition, an agnostic simply does not know of a deity exists or not (and generally does not care).
Identity politics It seems to be the trend now that everyone is group. We are all now defined by ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 30, 2019:
I agree with much of what you say. In 1968 Oliver and Shaver wrote in th Harvard Educational Review that Johnson's "great society" vision was well intended but the thrust we needed. They said that the problem was "the missing community" -- that we were fragmenting more and more into our own special interest groups and identity groups, rather than simply to share thoughts, ideas, solutions to create a sense of community in pursuit of the common good.The problem has gotten hugely worse , especially since the 1990s. If you want to find the original article, I suggest that you Google Oliver, Shaver, Neumann, a the Harvard Educational Review, and "the missing community>"
Alex Jones says 'form of psychosis' made him believe events like Sandy Hook massacre were staged...
wordywalt comments on Mar 30, 2019:
Absurd.
Conservative writer zeros in on the Republican Party’s ‘painfully obvious’ vulnerability — ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 30, 2019:
The article is correct. It is devoid of any real ideas on any issue, and only knows how to obstruct. CANNOT -- and I reapt CANNOT-- govern well in the interests of our people and country,.
UW professor: The information war is real, and we’re losing it | The Seattle Times
wordywalt comments on Mar 30, 2019:
And, the Trump administration is doing virtually nothing to deal with it.
"Mercier and Sperber (in their book Enigma of Reason) proposed a novel theory of human ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 28, 2019:
Excellent thought and observation.
Quick question: If the Mueller report exonerated Trump, why is McConnell blocking its release?
wordywalt comments on Mar 28, 2019:
Because McConnell is a corrupt and morally bankrupt political manipulator. He knows that release of the report may not lead t indictment or impeachment, but it will definitely damage Trump's image and that of the Republican Party.
What's at stake if Trump prevails on Obamacare? Pretty much everything about health care in America
wordywalt comments on Mar 27, 2019:
All too true. We must hand him a resounding and humiliating defeat.
The NRA comes out against the Violence Against Women Act
wordywalt comments on Mar 27, 2019:
That is nothing short of calloused immorality.
A great cartoon that sums up Barr's summary.... [scontent.fmia1-2.fna.fbcdn.net]
wordywalt comments on Mar 27, 2019:
Brilliant!
A new study suggests that the formation of complex societies came first and that the beliefs in such...
wordywalt comments on Mar 27, 2019:
It is likely that in primitive cultures, the deities were most likely seen as unpredictable, impulsive, but powerful beings. Morality is a much more complex idea.
Every so often, this particular topic comes up. Recently, I was accused of "hiding" because I don't ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 27, 2019:
KKGator has every right to choose not to post a picture. Anyone criticizing that choice or looking for some hidden reason is out of line. In fact, it is more likely that anyone posting such criticisms is the one with hidden motivations.
A federal judge who invalidated the Indian Child Welfare Act and the Affordable Care Act is seeing...
wordywalt comments on Mar 26, 2019:
Let's hope that the final ruling is for people, not ideology.
there may come a day where I'm standing by a small fire in a prison camp for liberals singing a ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 26, 2019:
We must do our damnedest to make sure that that day never comes.
Age & Belief I am curious to know if belief in a god changes as we age and get closer to death. I...
wordywalt comments on Mar 26, 2019:
I am 82. As a teenager I was an uncomfortable believer. I had read the bible 3 times from cover to cover, with growing questions every time I read it. By the age of 18, I was an agnostic. Education, military service, exposure to a foreign culture, and intellectual puruits of my own gradually moved me toward atheism. By the age of 30, I was an uncomfortable atheist who feared death. At my current age, I do not fear death, and I am absolutely certain that there are no deities, heaven, hell, or afterlives.
The White House will get the Mueller report before the public does in case it wants to make ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 26, 2019:
That is nothing more than aiding and abetting obstruction of justice and the falsification of public records. It is the most undemocratic action possible.
I have a cabbage question. I'm up to my eyeballs in cabbage and want to make kimchee. Anyone tried ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 26, 2019:
I have a similar problem with squirrels. I put up a 4 foot high 1-inch mesh chicken wire fence around my cabbages, cauliflower, and broccoli. It stopped them.
CNN: Trump just made sure health care will decide the 2020 election [cnn.com]
wordywalt comments on Mar 26, 2019:
What a damnable fool! Trump just made sure that he cannot win the 2020 election. The bully brat is mad. All those bad people have been picking on him and he is throwing a temper tantrum.
Why Women Live Longer Than Men In 81 Pics | Bored Panda
wordywalt comments on Mar 26, 2019:
Hilarous!
Here are some similarities between trump and Gene Simmons. I used to think Gene was the most ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 25, 2019:
Bush was not a good president, but Trump is, by far, the worst in history.
Britain is dying a painful death....I'm 100% convinced that British government officials themselves ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 25, 2019:
Religion is a cause of many problems, but it is not the source of all evil. Greed, ethnocentrism, and sociopathy cause many more human ills.
Do you have the courage to let go of what you can't change?
wordywalt comments on Mar 25, 2019:
Not necessarily the happiest, but definitely one of the wisest.
How do I tell my religious parents I'm an atheist?
wordywalt comments on Mar 25, 2019:
Rhart depends solely on you and your relationship with your parents. I never directly told my parents. I just stopped going to church and talking about religion at all. They knew.
Wisdom for today.
wordywalt comments on Mar 25, 2019:
Yep. Now it is time for us to get to work to ensure that Trumop has only one term. Our future depends on it.
Does chocolate upset your stomach?
wordywalt comments on Mar 25, 2019:
I must have a cast iron stomach. I never have heartburn.
My answer to what was the hardest to accept: the lack of having a hereafter, and when getting older ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 25, 2019:
I am an old man with no desire for life after death. The following is an metaphor I wrote some time ago describing how I feel about death and life after death: "My old friend, the conductor to death, still waits quietly in the wings. But, as I go through my final years, I conserve with him more often. I tell him that I do not hold his role against him, as I know this to be the natural order of things. . He responds that he appreciates both my understanding and my willingness to accept reality. I tell him that I actually appreciate the fact that he will act when the time comes to relieve me of mental confusion and/or physical pain. He assures me that he will act. I share with him my reflections that aging is a process of being forced to give up many things that add quality to life, a time of loss of dreams and aspirations s time when (with few new experiences) we are driven inward to reflect on past experiences, life chapters, successes, failures, loves, losses, memories. He tells me that such inward reflection is a healthy way for people to gain a sense of who thy are, a process that is not possible in an aspiring young person. Such is the nature of our dialog.. Both the conductor to death and I know that time comes, he will step forward and say, It is time." I will shake his hand, gesture for him to lead, and follow him into peaceful oblivion. That is as it should be. I find the image most comforting. "
I can not tell you all how depressed I am. Waiting all this time for Mueller’s report to come out ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 25, 2019:
This is time for us to shake this off, stiffen our spines, and make sure that we defeat Trump in 2020. It MUST be done for the sake of our country and democracy.Also, there is still a good chance that other New York state and federal investigations will find that Trump committed multiple financial felonies.
Americans used to eat pigeon all the time—and it could be making a comeback. Pigeons may be ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 24, 2019:
I have never eaten pigeon, but I have hunted and eaten many doves, a close relative. I can imagine that pigeons are just as tasty as doves.
Meghan McCain says Trump 'will never be a great man' - CNNPolitics
wordywalt comments on Mar 24, 2019:
He will always be a rich, boorish lout.
FEMA Mishandled Personal Information Of 2.3 Million Disaster Survivors
wordywalt comments on Mar 24, 2019:
The iineptitude of the Trump administration is matched only by its corruption.
The text below is taken from a longer article (well worth the read!): [salon.com] Tana Ganeva: ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 24, 2019:
There is no question that Trump is a sociopath.
French Priest Claims Child Rape Is Not Violence But ‘Tenderness’ | Michael Stone
wordywalt comments on Mar 23, 2019:
What an evil statement!
U.S.’s Biggest Christian Charity Reportedly Channeled $56.1 Million to Purported Hate Groups
wordywalt comments on Mar 23, 2019:
I believe it.
Plant these for the bees.
wordywalt comments on Mar 23, 2019:
In Florida, there is also a native shrub called "fire bush" that bees love.
Trump Has Slapped His Brand On Images Of The White House To Sell At His Trump Store President ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 23, 2019:
That is a crime.
'Nones’ now as big as evangelicals, Catholics in the US - Religion News Service
wordywalt comments on Mar 22, 2019:
Way to go! More people are seeing through the fog of religious demagoguery and stepping away as the true masters of themselves.
Trump will remove new North Korea-related sanctions because he 'likes' Kim Jong Un [cnbc.com] ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 22, 2019:
What a damned fool! Day by day Trump is proving to be a real threat to our country, our people, our democracy,.
Have you seen any of these birds?
wordywalt comments on Mar 22, 2019:
I have seen red-headed woodpeckers, yellow warblers, Cardinals, eastern bluebirds and blue jays. When I was a kid in north Florida we had many red-headed woodpeckers. Now they are almost gone in Florida.
Wisconsin judge blocks Republicans' power grab
wordywalt comments on Mar 22, 2019:
It is about time that someone or some agency put a stop to such usurpations of power.
Some Answers to the Question: Why Do British People Not Like Trump? Who else thinks that Nate ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 21, 2019:
The answer is simple: He is a loud-mouthed, egomaniacal, and sociopathic boorish lout,
Atheism is just another religion. Here’s why: 1. You spend too much time thinking about the ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 21, 2019:
I am a confirmed atheist, and none of your purported points describes or applies t me. Ergo, you are dead wrong. 1. God does not exist, ergo is irrelevant. I do not waste a second of my day on the concept. 2. I have the right to believe as I choose, and so does everyone else. My wife is a devout Catholic,and we respect each other;s' rights. 3. I want nothing to do with any church or formal organization of atheists which meets regularly 4. I do not waste my time in fruitless discussions of religion. 5. 5.I have never been to a meeting of atheists, and have no need to do so. 6. 6I have no idea of what the relevance of this statement is. Be careful of reaching false conclusions and then stating them in public.
The regressive left is just as bad as the religious right. The victims of the Christchurch shooting ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 21, 2019:
Pure reeking horse mnure! Atheism is the rejection of all religion, including Islam. Your rant rings hollow.
Trump Has Now Shifted $1.3 Million Of Campaign-Donor Money Into His Business [forbes.com]
wordywalt comments on Mar 21, 2019:
Is that a surprise?
Extremists Understand What Tech Platforms Have Built - The Atlantic
wordywalt comments on Mar 21, 2019:
And, that understanding really threatens our democracy.
Forgive me if this has been posted about already, but with the obvious association of agnosticism ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 20, 2019:
The vast majority of people on this site believe that Trump is a lying, greedy sociopath and that the Republican Party has lost any semblance of a moral backbone in supporting the boorish lout. There is reason to worry, but we can defeat him and his racist, reactionary,and zenephobic supporters
Here's what Republicans mean when they talk about freedom.
wordywalt comments on Mar 20, 2019:
The Republicans have no concept of freedom except the "freedom" to amass wealth, the "freedom" to use and control others, the "freedom" to tell others what to do.
I don't know about you but when I was quite young, I thought I had failed if I were to change an ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 20, 2019:
I have made more than a few mistakes and acknowledge them. I also try to keep an open mind for new evidence which proves me wrong on any issue.
I Have A Dream: What if we (Atheist / Agnostics / Freethinkers / Humanist and Free People of All ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 20, 2019:
The country should be created and governed on the basis of the concept of treating all people and our environment with full dignity and respect, and creating and sustaining real opportunity for all. Th legal system should be based on that same concept, prohibiting acts which violate the dignity and rights of others, and regulating all economic activity to ensure that no one and no organization is able to take advantage, use, or abuse others. The political system should be a democracy in structure and in underlying principles, There should be no PACs and no dark money. No business entity or special interest should be able to funnel funds into political campaigns. There should be spending limits on campaigns for public office, with no spending allowed for radio or television ads. Radio, television, and print media should be required to give each candidate a specified amount of time or space without charge, and host debates. There should be strict gun control, with all assault weapons, automatic weapons of any kind, or pistols. Religious organizations should be allowed, but there should be an absolute separation of church and state.Any church or religious organization attempting to meddle in politics should be disbanded and its assets seized and sold off. Any religious leader attempting to co-mingle politics and religion should be liable to a felony charge with possible imprisonment.. The economic system should be a mixed one -- a combination of governmental services for all citizens and regulated enterprise. All business entities should be required to be responsible organizations not attempting to use or abuse people, and which also pay their fair share to sustain needed governmental services. No corporation should be allowed to try to squeeze local or state governments for tax exemptions just for locating there. As well, there should be both universal healthcare, and a countrywide retirement system under government funding and control. That is a start.
I first heard this Harvard Math Professor when, in the late 50s, I was in grade 7 or 8. A classmate...
wordywalt comments on Mar 20, 2019:
In addition to Lehrer, there was another unusual figure who appeared at about the same -- Ken Nordine. Nordine was a DJ from Chicago with a deep, resonant voice. In the mid to late 1950s, he put out an album entitled "Word Jazz.: It was a fantastic creative work. Then came "Word Jazz II." After that he did a lot of good stuff, including some recordings with Jerry Garcia. I particularly loved one of his later album "Stare with Your Ears" and one entry on that album, "Angels' Lament". Again, you can find almost all of his works on You Tube Music. Look it up. It will be worth the effort.
World of lies. From FB...
wordywalt comments on Mar 20, 2019:
If that statement really represents your view, then you you are an easily deluded sucker who cannot even observe events accurately.
What is your idea of a good death?
wordywalt comments on Mar 19, 2019:
A quiet, peaceful death without pain and at home.
I first heard this Harvard Math Professor when, in the late 50s, I was in grade 7 or 8. A classmate...
wordywalt comments on Mar 19, 2019:
Lehrer had some great stuff, both in his first record and on his album entitled "Poisoning Pigeons in the Park." You can find all of his recordings on YouTube Music.
Is the "afterlife" possible without a god or gods?
wordywalt comments on Mar 19, 2019:
No "afterlife" is possible with or without any god.
A question for strong supporters of the state of Israel. What attracted you to an agnostic site ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 19, 2019:
I believe in Israel's right to exist -- but only as a truly democratic state, with no ethnic group treated as second class citizens. That is is a proble with a state which mixes politics and religion. Also, I do NOT support Netanyahu, as he is an arrogan thug and boor.
The Department of Justice has nothing more than a "policy" that a sitting president cannot be ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 19, 2019:
That is absolutely correct. When a court comes up with charges, they must be applied, and a full answer to the question provided by the Supreme Court.I think that even Roberts would vote to uphold any indictments.
A little empathy for the richie riches.
wordywalt comments on Mar 18, 2019:
All too true, and the Republicans damned well know it.
[yahoo.com] As Fuhrer Trump escalates rhetoric, Iran is making its own plans for a potential war....
wordywalt comments on Mar 18, 2019:
I hope that he continues such actions until he lays the grounds for his own immediate arrest and imprisonment.
[dailykos.com] Homeland Security Secretary complains that Congress's oversight makes her fear for...
wordywalt comments on Mar 18, 2019:
That unethical, dishonest, women needs to understand that what our country needs to be afraid of is people like her and the rest of the corrupt betrayers of our democracy in the Trump cabal.
"Get it yourself"
wordywalt comments on Mar 18, 2019:
When my oldest daughter was about 3 years old, I took her with me into s store in the small town in which we lived.She saw something that she decided she really wanted, and demanded that I buy it for her.I told her, "No. We don't have the money (which was true)." She promptly threw herself on the floor of the store, screaming at the top of her lungs and kicking. When she did, I walked out of the store to a spot where I could see her, but where she could not see me. After a few minutes of the tantrum, she got up and saw that I was not there. She absolutely panicked. thinking that I had left her.She quit crying and ran around looking for me. After a short time to give her a taste of possible consequences, I stepped out to there she could see me. That was the last time she ever even attempted to throw a tantrum with me.
The Rapid Decline Of The Natural World Is A Crisis Even Bigger Than Climate Change | HuffPost
wordywalt comments on Mar 17, 2019:
I believe it. The culture of greed has no concept of stewardship of the environment.
"The commitment to living beyond a narrow view of our own interests makes us different from animals ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Such atrocities are commented when a true, consequence based morality is replaced by blind adherence to demagogic political and;/or religious ideology.
Dictators have reemerged as the greatest threat to the liberal democratic world - The Washington ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Absolutely true.
The college admissions scandal is about greed, not sacrifice
wordywalt comments on Mar 15, 2019:
Too many of wealthy people want to wrap their children in a cocoon of perennial perpectual advntage for the rest of their lives, while ideologically spouting competition for all others. That is both immoral and a curse for their children which prevents their children from striving to become the people they could be.
"Humans are often said to be intensely tribal. Indeed we are. But if “tribal” refers to a sense ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 15, 2019:
We are indeed tribal animals. But not all human groups practice coalitionary proactive aggression. Whether a group or tribe adpots such behavior depends entirely on the experiences and dominant norms, mores, and values of the group. Groups with excessively exclusionary values adopt such behavior both to prove and protect their falsely adopted "special" status.
Teathugliscums haven't changed:
wordywalt comments on Mar 14, 2019:
I have always thought that Truman was one of our best Presidents!
Just wanted to post a general apology. It just occurred to me that I think I may have mixed up my ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 14, 2019:
Hope and pain and stress ease for you.
Hey everybody. When I shared that I was getting a new grow light for my indoor seed starting, some ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 13, 2019:
I also have a grow light in my garage. I use it to start my tomato plants in December.
How do you feel about trump diverting money from education (10%), EPA (31%), Medicaid and Medicare ...
wordywalt comments on Mar 11, 2019:
It simply shows thaty Trump and his cabal simply do not give a damn about the well-being of our people a d nation.
Nancy Pelosi on Impeaching Trump: ‘He’s Just Not Worth It’ In a wide-ranging interview, the...
wordywalt comments on Mar 11, 2019:
Unless we find a "smoking gun", I agre with her. Let's just defeat him,. then convict him of some of his crimes.

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