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  • RosieG
    RosieG replied to "What would we have done if there were no food on the shelves?" A question asked by New York Guv Cuomo. Would you have survived?:
    SAY WHAT D? There are huge underground aqueducts beneath the deserts? I did not know that. Also I did not know that it costs a huge amounts of energy to desalinate. How hard could it be? Of course my experience with desalination pertains to food D. No sur...  more
    • 1 minute ago
  • Nice Jugs
    Nice Jugs replied to "What would we have done if there were no food on the shelves?" A question asked by New York Guv Cuomo. Would you have survived?:
    In Isreal and in many other middle eastern Arab countries where they have a coast line, they built huge desalination plants for that very reason....They were built long before I was born to...Du'bai draws so much water from the huge underground  Aque...  more
    • 6 minutes ago
  • texasescimo
    texasescimo replied to Do you believe that we are in the last days? :
    Hello Don. "Every generation since time immemorial has heard the dire preachments of death cults and doomsayers, all have the same 100% record of being wrong." Don't know about them. What are some differences and similarities between their time and ours i...  more
    • 8 minutes ago
  • RosieG
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  • texasescimo
    texasescimo replied to Do you know what the most translated religious website in the world is? If so, are you surprised?:
    Hi SS, It's Jehovah's Witnesses. We have an important message for every person in every tribe and tongue. (Mark 13:10; Rev 14:6)
    • 11 minutes ago
  • texasescimo
    texasescimo replied to Do you know what the most translated religious website in the world is? If so, are you surprised?:
    Hello Randy, JW's, available in over 1,000 languages now making it the most translated of any website. I'm guessing the big websites go after the languages spoken where the money is?https://www.geekinsta.com/what-is-the-most-translated-website-in-the-worl...  more
    • 13 minutes ago
  • texasescimo
    texasescimo replied to Do you know what the most translated religious website in the world is? If so, are you surprised?:
    Jehovah's Witnesses. It's now available in over 1,000 languages making it the most translated of any website, not just religious actually. https://clearwordstranslations.com/many-translation-fact/
    https://www.pangeanic.com/knowledge_center/which-is-the-mo...  more
    • 17 minutes ago
  • RosieG
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  • Slartibartfast
    Slartibartfast replied to I wonder if the "screw all of you who wear masks" folks ever think about those who died trying to save THEIR lives? :
    Many carriers of COVID-19 are asymptomatic, and can thus unwittingly infect many others by their selfish arrogance in refusing to wear a mask.
    • 1 hour ago
  • Slartibartfast
    Slartibartfast replied to At any time in your life, what are the kinds of things that have ever made you dizzy? ~:
    Spinning in place.Getting drunk.Getting knocked out in my last boxing match. Actually, several solid knocks to the head playing sports, including stopping a cricket bat with my face as a kid, and having a scrum collapse on me playing rugby as a teenager.
    • 1 hour ago
  • Slartibartfast
    Slartibartfast replied to What smells do you dislike?:
    Vomit, peanut butter, cat poop and cat urine are the worst. One reason why I cannot tolerate tom cats, they spray everywhere.
    • 1 hour ago
  • RosieG
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  • RosieG
    RosieG replied to Tell me it ain't so Joe. Tell me we haven't gone this low. Did the donjohntrump ADVOCATE SHOOTING RIOTERS?:
    "Thinking" is not in his wheelhouse Shuhak. He is an emotional REACTOR. One-dimensional. HATE drives him.  NOT INTELLECT! Thank you for your reply! :)
    • 1 hour ago
  • RosieG
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  • RosieG
    RosieG replied to Are you METICULOUS about getting the flu vaccine every year? Will you be likewise meticulous about getting the COVID 19 vaccine?:
    Really? So if you were diabetic you would refuse insulin then? Rather die than live? Different strokes for different folks og. I'm gonna see if others are like you who would refuse life-saving "drugs". Ya never know. you might have millions of likeminded ...  more
    • 1 hour ago
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  • Merlin
    Merlin replied to At any time in your life, what are the kinds of things that have ever made you dizzy? ~:
    Saying tongue twisters and succeeding.Lack of oxygen to my brain.Turning in circles as fast as I could, standing up.Losing my parents at the airport.Driving in the fog.Bonking my head.;) :)
    • 1 hour ago
  • Merlin
    Merlin replied to Why do people leave all appliances on in their rooms when they leave if not thoughtless of reality when they could lift their arm each time?:
    I must say, I found it hard to believe, too.But, in fact, it does. All appliances run in a standby mode.  This is good.  We expect them to run when we would like a piece of toast at 12:09 in the morning or at 3 in the afternoon.   ...  more
    • 2 hours ago
  • Slartibartfast
    Slartibartfast replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
    Bambi Woods (not her real name) played the title role in what is arguably the most famous porn movie of all time: Debbie Does Dallas.
    • 2 hours ago
  • Merlin
    Merlin replied to Do you understand now or no!?:
    Just tonight, in between your answer and my writing this, I was learning about how important it is to balance your chakras using Ayurveda method.:) :) 
    • 2 hours ago
  • Merlin
    Merlin replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
    I am going out on an oar here.I would imagine names such as, Phorish, Borish, or Norish might make a "hor" sound... phonically speaking.
    • 3 hours ago
  • Merlin
    Merlin replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
    I had a great friend named Trixie, too.  We spent every other afternoon together.  I took care of her, part time.I can't argue the fact, however, it is a pretty fun and funky name, all at the same time.:) 
    • 3 hours ago
  • Merlin
    Merlin replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
    I can be.  I don't know what it would be short for?...Charlene?  Chariot? No.  I've never known anyone named Chariot.  Now there would be a name people might take advantage of.Speaking of names, I have known some that are very peculiar...  more
    • 3 hours ago
  • Merlin
    Merlin replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
    I'm picturing a women who is very nice, plump, and sweet.The name itself is innocent. It is the slang rendition that makes this name feel possibly sour for a person.*This was a hard question to answer without someone feeling attacked or put down.&nbs...  more
    • 3 hours ago
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to What smells do you dislike?:
     
      I find the smell of marijuana smoke to be quite offensive.  Cigarette snake also, but not to the same degree, however, when in the presence of chain smokers who have the stench emulating from their breath, their pores, their hair, their...  more
    • 5 hours ago
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to What smells do you dislike?:
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  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
      The question specifically states “first name”, not first and last names. 
      :|
    • 6 hours ago
  • Randy D
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
     
      I didn’t say that it does. I added that to my response for the sake of emphasis. I have a cousin whose given name is Cherry, and I know there are others who have it as their first name, it’s just not a common first name.
      T...  more
    • 6 hours ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
    The question does not say common name. 
    • 6 hours ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to "What would we have done if there were no food on the shelves?" A question asked by New York Guv Cuomo. Would you have survived?:
    We keep food. We would make it.  We might not be eating our favorites but we would be eating.
    • 6 hours ago
  • Randy D
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to I wonder if the "screw all of you who wear masks" folks ever think about those who died trying to save THEIR lives? :
    The only people I have seen being attacked over a mask....are those who chose not to wear one. The WHO has said masks do not help those who are not sick.   
    • 6 hours ago
  • Stu Spelling Bee
    Stu Spelling Bee replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
    Don't tell DannyPetti that about Bambi!
    • 6 hours ago
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
     
      Isn’t that more of a nickname or stage name than a given name?
    • 6 hours ago
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
     
      Isn’t that more of a nickname than a common given name?
    • 6 hours ago
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
     
      Trixie is one of the nicknames (or diminutives) of the name Patricia. 
    :(
    • 6 hours ago
  • my2cents
  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to What is the most whorish sounding first name for a female?:
    That was my grandmother's name. She was a fine woman.
    • 7 hours ago
  • my2cents
    my2cents replied to Why do people leave all appliances on in their rooms when they leave if not thoughtless of reality when they could lift their arm each time?:
    I believe the only ones that make a difference are your heat/air and hot water heater. 
    • 7 hours ago
  • Morning Glory w/tulips
    Morning Glory w/tulips replied to At any time in your life, what are the kinds of things that have ever made you dizzy? ~:
    I give up and am not trying anymore; all the things that are kept hidden from me.  I'm just going to stop caring because caring does no good. 
    • 7 hours ago
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