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  • Sharonna Impolitic
    Sharonna Impolitic replied to When you make it harder for kids to get guns for school do bomb threats go up?:
    You make a good point.Guns are just the symptom of a greater threat.   The person wants to maim, kill, destroy.   Not the gun.  The gun just sits there.However, that does not give license (no pun) to have guns just at anyone's dis...  more
    • 1 minute ago
  • O-uknow
    O-uknow started a discussion:
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  • Sharonna Impolitic
    Sharonna Impolitic replied to Are Trump's tweets not so much wrong in truth as they are in tact/taste?:
    I cannot believe you are seriously asking this.   So, I think you are putting it out there to see reactions.Because REALLY?  Has that person with no brain ever tweeted one thing that was valid, accurate, or even semi-plausible?  He's a tard.
    • 8 minutes ago
  • Hartfire
    Hartfire replied to Do you remember the first PHYSICAL feature that caught your eye about your significant other? *:
    Yep.My flatmate, Marilyn, had taken me to watch him (Ari, the one who later became my husband) teaching a Tai Chi class to young delinquents.She was determined to match-make us.Ari stretched his arms out wide, demonstrating a move, and in that moment he l...  more
    • 8 minutes ago
  • O-uknow
  • Sharonna Impolitic
    Sharonna Impolitic replied to What's the number one thing that you dislike about reading? ~:
    RIGHT.If you don't read, how can you enjoy jokes such as this great crowd pleaser.
    • 11 minutes ago
  • Sharonna Impolitic
    Sharonna Impolitic replied to What's the number one thing that you dislike about reading? ~:
    God told me to tell you this:  Video Books
    • 13 minutes ago
  • Sharonna Impolitic
    Sharonna Impolitic replied to Why were there no school shootings in America before the millennial generation?:
    No, that can't be it, because they were already here.
    • 14 minutes ago
  • O-uknow
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to What's the number one thing that you dislike about reading? ~:
      I know, right?~
    • 15 minutes ago
  • Sharonna Impolitic
  • O-uknow
    O-uknow replied to Why were there no school shootings in America before the millennial generation?:
    The Pit not open yet and Demons not let out to seek vessels to inhabit?
    • 16 minutes ago
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  • Hartfire
    Hartfire replied to What is a good word for somebody being bad habbited besides addicted?:
    I often use a thesaurus or look up synonyms online.In this instance, I think there are few words for "bad habit" that are better,but it would depend on the type of bad habit and the context.I found the following synonyms for "habit" and organized them int...  more
    • 18 minutes ago
  • O-uknow
  • Randy D
    Randy D started a discussion:
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  • O-uknow
    O-uknow replied to Is it a good idea to always listen to your mother? What about Norman Bates. He always did, and look where that got him.:
    Problem is Norman listened to his mother long after she was dead :(Cookoo, cookoo
    • 22 minutes ago
  • SavvyAnsley
    SavvyAnsley replied to When you were a young child, did you ever envision that one day in the future you'd be a grandparent? ~:
    Congratulations! I'm so looking forward to grandmahood! 
    • 23 minutes ago
  • O-uknow
    O-uknow replied to What's the number one thing that you dislike about reading? ~:
    Garbage in print?
    • 23 minutes ago
  • YOUR fool
    YOUR fool replied to have you ever had your eyebrows threaded:
    I don't know what that is.  I usually use a #1 attachment on mine.
    • 23 minutes ago
  • Sharonna Impolitic
    Sharonna Impolitic replied to Why were there no school shootings in America before the millennial generation?:
    I read her story, it was tragic.  She had a husband who left her because he had no clue what was going on with her.  She just stopped caring about anything.  Severe depression. 
    • 24 minutes ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Why were there no school shootings in America before the millennial generation?:
    Yes, the Monday girl was the first one in 1979.
    • 25 minutes ago
  • YOUR fool
    YOUR fool replied to What's the number one thing that you dislike about reading? ~:
    The fact that I get a migraine after 5 minutes of having my reading glasses on. 
    • 26 minutes ago
  • Sharonna Impolitic
    Sharonna Impolitic replied to What's the number one thing that you dislike about reading? ~:
    When I read, I like to read for a long period as a rule, which usually winds up being in more than one position since it gets tiring sitting one way only and large, heavy books force me to sit a table and read and while, okay, it is not the best for my po...  more
    • 26 minutes ago
  • Randy D
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    Randy D replied to Are you planning to escape from AnswerMug? ~:
      One does not simply decide that time with Bubba is or is not enjoyable, one simply endures time with Bubba. If he had even the slightest interest in women, you might know that firsthand. (Sniff, sob.)~
    • 43 minutes ago
  • YOUR fool
    YOUR fool replied to Is it a good idea to always listen to your mother? What about Norman Bates. He always did, and look where that got him.:
    No, it's always best for parents to push pills down their kids' throats, shove 'em in front of a computer, and ignore them, part of the reason for the opioid epidemic in America.
    • 45 minutes ago
  • Sharonna Impolitic
    Sharonna Impolitic replied to Why were there no school shootings in America before the millennial generation?:
    That just is not true.The Boomtown Rats wrote a song and the Bangles did the cover as well in the 80's (gen xer's not millenial by a long shot) and it was called I don't like Monday's about a girl who did that.  She was totally mentally ill and had n...  more
    • 47 minutes ago
  • officegirl
    officegirl replied to Why were there no school shootings in America before the millennial generation?:
    Don't know if there were one but if so I think because people felt empowered in simpler and more hopeful and less destructive manners.  Now you have people with no  religious beliefs and no interests (except themselves) who only see themselves a...  more
    • 49 minutes ago
  • a m b e r
    a m b e r replied to Do you wear any makeup? How often?:
    i love wearing makeup i usually only wear it on weekends since  i work my night job. during the week i wake up early for my normal job and im just too lazy to do anything besides brush my teeth and wear clean socks i do love makeup though a...  more
    • 55 minutes ago
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  • officegirl
    officegirl replied to Can a single act of infidelity as a result of being unexpectedly seduced, be attributed to human frailty and therefore morally condonable? :
    But is life or are relationships all about controlling ourselves?  Don't we sometimes want to give up that control for the good it does for us?  All a matter of different goods, or so I think,  and how we hold and balance them.  And if...  more
    • 58 minutes ago
  • righty1
    righty1 replied to What are some positive things about being bipolar? :
    The euphoric highs. There's often a lot of creativity from many who have it. And even though the lows can be complete hell, a lot of people with BP say they wouldn't get rid of it if they had a choice to. 
    • 58 minutes ago
  • Machinashuns
  • righty1
    righty1 replied to Are there any songs that discuss bipolar disorder? Which ones?:
    "I got Bipolar Disorder, my s**t's not in order, I'm always late"....can't remember the next lines....."I don't care if people know what my secrets are, (what) my secrets are". A song written by that Lambert chick who wrote the "I can't change, even If I ...  more
    • 1 hour ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Students are planning a national walkout to protest the lack of response to gun violance in their schools. Do you support them?:
    As long as they protest peacefully.....I support their right to protest. 
    • 1 hour ago
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  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to What are some examples of "common sense" gun control measures?:
    Interesting...I think the only way for that to work is to have an officer or armed security on site. My children schools have an officer and after school starts there is only one way in and one way out. 
    • 1 hour ago
  • a m b e r
    a m b e r started a discussion:
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  • officegirl
    officegirl replied to Can a single act of infidelity as a result of being unexpectedly seduced, be attributed to human frailty and therefore morally condonable? :
    Yes but if also part of you does not want to be seduced at the same time then we are divided against ourselves. 
    • 1 hour ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to What are some examples of "common sense" gun control measures?:
    So all you got is banning...again never gonna happen. So what else do you got?
    • 1 hour ago
  • officegirl
    officegirl replied to Can a single act of infidelity as a result of being unexpectedly seduced, be attributed to human frailty and therefore morally condonable? :
    Outside of being coerced we are responsible for our actions so if it is against anyone's moral code then no.  But the point is that because we are all imperfect then who are we to be judge and jury?  No one will be morally perfect unless they ti...  more
    • 1 hour ago
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  • a m b e r
    a m b e r replied to Why were there no school shootings in America before the millennial generation?:
    when did i say it was the governments fault? 
    • 1 hour ago
  • a m b e r
    a m b e r replied to Girls: What has been your longest waiting time between successive relationships? :
    my first real and serious relationship started when I was 18, almost 19 years old. so i guess you could say 18 years. we are married now so i guess i will never experience a waiting period ????‍♀️
    • 1 hour ago