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A cousin of mine apparently has gotten engaged.She's only known the guy for six months.I apparently am the only one who thinks six months is too short of a time before committing to a marriage.Don't…Continue

Doomsday clock at two minutes

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True Cost of the U.S Military

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Brief video of the below article from an independently funded news group is here:Tomgram: Hashem and…Continue

U.S. States

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Curious about how Americans and others  think about the U.S..Where do you think the worst state in the U.S. would be to live and why?Continue

 

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"I'll check in with Ning to see if somehow a message through that network would provide an IP address. Sorry for being grouchy.   I wanted help from the administrators figuring this out - rather than being 'outcast.' I…"
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"Curious when rebuilding my computer - which still isn't done yet the tech at apple din't know how many calenders there are. It seems obvious that no one on this forum is interested in this. Perhaps I should check in more often.  I…"
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"May be interesting to some. "The physics of music" http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/py105/Music.html"
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"Rewrite Intense vs. insense There are some grammar nazi's here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4vf8N6GpdM"
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"Hooker lived up the street from a place I used to live.   I had beers with some of his band members. I don't like the Mongolian link you provided - likely because the percussion (drums) were too inense."
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"I don't think others will be able to open the link.  It's interesting Perhaps a search for "First horse horse Warriors" may help.  It isn't about music. Don't like the beat. Flutes and reed instruments should…"
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Chris replied to Lutz's discussion This should make you feel proud of what your government is doing for YOU!
"My understanding  is different than other as I don't watch network news.  Which are the biggest terrorist states in the world? I'd argue that the U.S. Israel and KSA (Saudi Arabia) are at the top of the list. Why is the U.S going…"
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"What was the group called that hcommitted suicide when the comet Hale Bopp orbited? I understand that if not all most of them were Eunichs  Farrell and good by them and others of heir ilk."
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How to address religious people kncking at your door

Posted on June 2, 2019 at 5:23am 1 Comment

When young people are involved  in religious door to door prostylizing (especially when an older man is over seeing a young woman) tend to think they may be foster kids. I want to drop them a note to help them excape the religious, or whatever else kind of 'trafficing' may be going on.   My toung bleeds and I've learned that it's detremental to pass notes.

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At 6:22am on June 11, 2019, Lutz said…

guess what Chris? Today I donated A$37=US$25 to Open Library. I downloaded some great out of print books from the 19th century and quite a few in German as I am bi-lingual---great resource--

At 5:09am on May 4, 2019, Doone said…

Chris, can you please stop posting for the weekend?  I think you need to take a vacation from AU for a few days. Any post you make will be deleted by me, Doone so please do not waste your time.  Thanks in advance for complying wiht my wishes.

At 5:33am on April 30, 2019, Lutz said…

Angelspit has some excellent lyrics---given the place it originates from. Not all of my cds are like this. In fact that is one of the exceptions. But for bandwidth I play cd's. Uses very little electriciy

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At 4:41pm on March 28, 2019, Dennis Paul Renner said…

All money that has taxation, and interest involved is a form of percentage slavery.  No way around it. 

Every major form of theism has a version of the Golden rule.  Some times called the law of reciprocity.  Atheists generally refer to it this way.   It is probably the most common sense ideology humans ever came up with.  Every aspect of our social behavior should be tested against this law, rule, or what ever you want to call it.  If that was done, and enforced it would solve 90% of our problems.   Think of all the human constructs that are in conflict with the Golden Rule.  Monetary system, Economics, Markets, capitalism, literally any thing that causes social stratification, or inequality.   Think of the number of products that would not be sold or traded as they cause health harms to individuals as well all of society.    If we simple took seriously the act of doing no harm to anyone, or any society that we would not want imposed on our selves.   Well you get the idea.  Humanity has had the answer to its' problems for centuries.   If it had only practiced what it preached.    

At 3:44am on March 24, 2019, Lutz said…

excellent find there...good stuff

At 6:24pm on February 18, 2019, Lutz said…

your friends remark about barley soup- very astute-because the Mesopotamians did brew beer from this. thousand of years ago. then this idea ended up in Egypt. Where they had seven different brews. In Mesopotamia it was sucked up through a straw. There is this classic two some- clay figurines I saw this in Der Spiegel where they showed this guy shafting his girlfriend-wife-lover from the rear as she was bending over and sucking beer with a straw from a bowl. rippa people.

At 6:20pm on February 18, 2019, Lutz said…

I got this Chinese Astrology book. Interesting form all sorts of views. I am a metal-rabbit! They have five elements not four. The fifth is this metal. Their history is amazing. Way ahead of all the others. Including Mongol invasions. Their philosophy much more nuanced. Not this waffling of the Greeks who mangled Indian thinking. And not religious at all. More spiritual. But not this new age crap either. Based on Tao--which is best left uncommented on [by me!] Their poets are so spot on. Chung Tzu and Lao Tse are two of the best there. Then by the ninth century came Buddhism. This blended with Tao to crate Ch'an Buddhism. That ended in Japan to become Zen. Another branch went to Thailand. These Thai Buddhists had a temple and a separate mediation place in Sydney's China Town. Where I learnt their meditation. By concentrating only on breathing. Not as simple as it is. But well worth it. No propaganda, no chanting, no mantras, no candles, nothing at all. Just like my brain. If only I could empty the shit it gestates continually.

At 1:21am on February 13, 2019, Lutz said…

I blame my brain --- it is a vomitorium and tells me things---

then goes mental---

At 2:21am on January 6, 2019, Lutz said…

thank you Chris for the comment on my bogblog aka new year where you mentioned throwing out the current calendar preferring the 22nd December which makes absolute sense. I think it is the Romans and Janus that was adopted by us. I mean why not the Chinese or my favorite civilization India! Go back to the Vedas. Start there.

 
 
 

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