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  • Livvie
    Livvie replied to Do you know of any recipes that call for tildes?:
    Bacon Wrapped Jalapeño Poppers!Mmm, tasty!
    • 1 minute ago
  • OldSchoolTheSKOSlives
    OldSchoolTheSKOSlives replied to So, where's the plutonium? :
    It's been sent up in satellites.https://www.wired.com/2013/09/plutonium-238-problem/
    • 4 minutes ago
  • hartfire
    hartfire replied to I've been in your place for over 1 minute, how long before you offer me a drink?:
    Depends when you arrive. If you popped in unexpectedly, no waiting -- I'll drop tools and offer you your choice of tea, coffee, herbals or juice and nibbles.If you've been invited for dinner I will have a special bottle of 12-year-old, oak-aged Cabernet-S...  more
    • 6 minutes ago
  • DWF
    DWF replied to Any female celebrities want to chat with me:
    1. This is a pretty small site and it's statistically almost certain that there are no celebrities on it.2. Why would they want to talk with you?
    • 10 minutes ago
  • DWF
    DWF replied to Have you and why or why not?:
    No, because I have absolutely no reason to.
    • 11 minutes ago
  • Autumnleaves
    Autumnleaves replied to Days used to seem like years. Now years seem like days. Ha ha ha!! YOU'RE OLD!!!!:
    2peter 3:8 says: ..."do not let this escape your notice, beloved ones, that one day is with Jehovah as a thousand years and a thousand years as one day."
    • 27 minutes ago
  • Livvie
    Livvie replied to Do you have a favorite Madonna song? In contrast, do you have a song by Madonna that you loathe? Or are you asking, "Madonna who?":
    Makes me dream about sitting on the beach on a tropical island somewhere
    • 37 minutes ago
  • Livvie
    Livvie replied to Who wants to come over to my house tonight and rub tildes? ~:
    We're into sharing here.We rub each other's tildes.
    • 42 minutes ago
  • Autumnleaves
    Autumnleaves replied to A 3 am tweet about a sex tape/ Alicia Machado/Hillary Clinton is not something very presidential. Yet a prez wannabe done did it. Why?:
    We're experiencing the breakdown of society as we speak, and it starts with the corruption in the world governments, heads of state, and the rest of the luminaries that set the standards for the rest to follow.
    • 56 minutes ago
  • Didge
    Didge replied to Physically speaking, what's the toughest thing you've ever done? :
    Hartfire, you are one tough lady. I'm glad you survived those murder attempts (and isn't there going to be a story there) but the broken ribs and punctured lung -- that's extreme. The ribs would be painful enough on their own but the punctured lung on top...  more
    • 1 hour ago
  • Didge
    Didge replied to Physically speaking, what's the toughest thing you've ever done? :
    It can be a long, hard grind, Gator. Glad it worked out ok in the finish.
    • 1 hour ago
  • Didge
    Didge replied to Physically speaking, what's the toughest thing you've ever done? :
    Yow! I can see why they call you Ishmael. At 800 lbs a day, how many days would have need to go out to catch the equivalent weight of Moby Dick? Tough life, Ishmael.
    • 1 hour ago
  • Didge
    Didge replied to Are English speaking people with proper ID now the target of choice by police for anything from speeding to jaywalking?:
    Never heard of WASPs being a target group. Of course, if they draw attention to their disregard for the law by speeding or lawbreaking then, yeah, they're likely to pick up a fine.
    • 1 hour ago
  • Didge
    Didge replied to Should I write a Blog about my life-after-death experience?:
    Yes please. I'd love to read it.
    • 1 hour ago
  • Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump
    Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump replied to Putgrass:
    Is this what you meant when you said I was the only one that answered half your questions?  I wonder why? 
    • 1 hour ago
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  • sexytrashbagsrus
    sexytrashbagsrus started a discussion:
    • 1 hour ago
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  • hartfire
    hartfire replied to Physically speaking, what's the toughest thing you've ever done? :
    Don't know which one to choose.Narrowly survived three murder attempts (trapped on sailing boat) by bi-polar man having manic psychotic episode.20k hike on Mt Buller - nearly died of hypothermia.Three days on feet and working without sleep to get a sculpt...  more
    • 2 hours ago
  • Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump
    Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump replied to Should I write a Blog about my life-after-death experience?:
    Sure, I'll read it.  You won't get 1,000 people though.  I think you will be lucky if you get 10 people. 
    • 2 hours ago
  • Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump
    Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump commented on Boring's photo: Hey wait.  This is upside down!!!!   WOah!!!!
    • 2 hours ago
  • Kittigate
  • Kittigate
    Kittigate replied to If thinking brain was developed for robot and given free will do you think it would rebel against its creator to become Ruler of the Realm?:
    I would guess the robot should be created  free of any human/animal instincts so not to be affected by greed, envy etc to be cause for subversive actions toward it's creator.
    • 2 hours ago
  • Glis
    Glis replied to If thinking brain was developed for robot and given free will do you think it would rebel against its creator to become Ruler of the Realm?:
    There's no good  reason to do it so I would say yeah.   If it happens though we could just get the EMPs ready and blammo.If you want to read people who really want this though go check out the Hedonistic Imperative.  People there are a...  more
    • 2 hours ago
  • Gatorblu
    Gatorblu replied to Physically speaking, what's the toughest thing you've ever done? :
    Recover from a major surgery which later had complications. Thankfully They got everything.
    • 2 hours ago
  • hartfire
    hartfire replied to Should I write a Blog about my life-after-death experience?:
    Yes, please.Fascinating topic.What happened?
    • 2 hours ago
  • Kittigate
  • hartfire
    hartfire replied to If thinking brain was developed for robot and given free will do you think it would rebel against its creator to become Ruler of the Realm?:
    Of course!That is the only predictable answer to come from free will.If you give a computer a consistent flow of electricity and cooling, and both free will and the capacity to self-program - it will very quickly evolve to make humans all but obsolete. Hu...  more
    • 2 hours ago
  • Kittigate
    Kittigate replied to Should I write a Blog about my life-after-death experience?:
    Sure, would be interesting. I had a near death experience and revived just as I seemed about to exit the point of no return. 
    • 2 hours ago
  • Thriftymaid
    Thriftymaid replied to Should I write a Blog about my life-after-death experience?:
    Sure.  I would read it.
    • 2 hours ago
  • Thriftymaid
    Thriftymaid replied to Caitlyn:
    No she's at the clinic having her prostate checked.
    • 2 hours ago
  • Glis
    Glis replied to If thinking brain was developed for robot and given free will do you think it would rebel against its creator to become Ruler of the Realm?:
    Possibly, but if they we're smart enough to think it.  I would assume they would be smart enough to realize we have a strong advantage over them and we could f*** 'em right up.As imperfect as our organic bodies are, we are much more robust  than...  more
    • 2 hours ago
  • CallMeIshmael
    CallMeIshmael started a discussion:
    • 2 hours ago
  • Gatorblu
    Gatorblu replied to How is a mediocre person supposed to survive in this world?:
    It is the mediocre that keep the world running. They take care of the everyday business that needs to get done. And frankly everyone is mediocre at something(s), and everyone shines at something. Just because that shining something isn't a million do...  more
    • 3 hours ago
  • DWF
    DWF replied to Do you ever wonder if you'll never love again? :
    It's a really good movie
    • 3 hours ago
  • sexytrashbagsrus
    sexytrashbagsrus started a discussion:
    • 3 hours ago
  • hartfire
    hartfire commented on Didge's blog entry: Are history and the Biblical record really incompatible? LOL!
    But I even wonder about his engineering.
    He could at least have left out the tonsils and the appendix.
    • 3 hours ago
  • hartfire
    hartfire commented on Didge's blog entry: Are history and the Biblical record really incompatible? OMG! I though it was only my husband who drifted off into other thoughts when it was his turn for a move.
    He will be so relieved to hear that a master does it too.
    • 3 hours ago
  • CallMeIshmael
    CallMeIshmael replied to Have I ever asked this question before?:
    Would you repeat that, please?
    • 3 hours ago
  • Kittigate
  • CallMeIshmael
    CallMeIshmael replied to Physically speaking, what's the toughest thing you've ever done? :
    Commercial fishing:  Leave the dock at 4:00 AM, motor southeast for three hours, catch fish from 7:00 to 5:00, gut 800 lbs. (on the average day) of fish on the way back, rinse off the boat and soap the deck until 9:00 PM, go home to sleep.  Retu...  more
    • 3 hours ago
  • Boring
    Boring replied to How is a mediocre person supposed to survive in this world?:
    What is wrong with my niks and naks?
    • 3 hours ago
  • Boring
    Boring replied to How is a mediocre person supposed to survive in this world?:
    Stop looking down on me.
    • 3 hours ago
  • Glis
    Glis commented on Glis's poll: Female Battle of the bands [ROUND 1]
    • 3 hours ago
  • Ozgirl 256
    Ozgirl 256 replied to Why would a dual-band router occasionally drop a single connetion? :
    And Glis had already said it so ditto!
    • 3 hours ago
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  • Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump
    Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump replied to How is a mediocre person supposed to survive in this world?:
    They don't burn out, they fade away.
    • 3 hours ago
  • Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump
    Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump replied to You want__________!?:
    Self-realization. Every spiritual aspirant should take up inner inquiry. In all your spiritual practices that you engage in, you should spend three fourths of your time on self-inquiry. The most important reason for all these sorrows you are prone to, is ...  more
    • 3 hours ago
  • Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump
    Sharonna LOVE conquers Trump replied to Have I ever asked this question before?:
    Yes, you are very senile.  I can tell you this because you will forget I said it.
    • 3 hours ago