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Creationism Is About Gay Marriage, Not Science @HuffPostBlog via @HuffPostRelig
They are also, per scripture, oppositely sexed. There is no subtlety in the presentation of this fact: "buff Adams and sexpot Eves," Goldberg writes of the mannequins, "plastic breasts covered by waterfalls of extremely healthy hair." Male and female God created them; very male and very female Ken Ham presents them. For me this is a sign pointing to the truth about creationism, which is: Creationism is not about the dinosaurs in the ark, it's not about the weird chronology, it's not about the tortured explanations of geology and biology. Creationism, in short, is not about science at all. What creationism is about, is gay marriage. - WarLord
Britons sign away first-born children for free Wi-Fi - Yahoo News -
Britons sign away first-born children for free Wi-Fi - Yahoo News
"Several Britons agreed to give up their eldest child in return for the use of free Wi-Fi, in an experiment to highlight the dangers of public Internet, published on Monday. Londoners were asked to agree to terms and conditions as they logged on to use free Wi-Fi in a cafe in a busy financial district and at a site close to the houses of parliament. The terms included a "Herod clause", under which the Wi-Fi was provided only if "the recipient agreed to assign their first born child to us for the duration of eternity". In the short period the terms and conditions were live, six people signed up." - rönin from Bookmarklet
Seems like a fair trade to me. - Stephen Mack
A bit awkward at family gatherings, though. "Where's Timmy?" "Oh, I brought the free Wi-Fi instead. It's contractual." - Jennifer Dittrich from FFHound!
was it "good" WiFi? Fast Netflix download.... #mightbeworthit #looktimmywegotfrozenn - WarLord
If it's more stable than my home internet, my first born would fully understand. - April Russo
Shannon - GlassMistress
When a well known, veteran bead maker tells you your price is very reasonable ... is that a hint that its time to raise?
Time to at least put idea of pricing on the table for a bit of looking around at everybody else of your quality in your marketing area is doing - WarLord
Aim higher! Higher prices also says you do high quality work. Think Tiffany, Bulgari, Prada, and so on and so forth. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Sarah G.
RT @mental_floss: KLM Uses a Beagle to Deliver Lost Items to Passengers —
RT @mental_floss: KLM Uses a Beagle to Deliver Lost Items to Passengers —
I love how happy that dog looks. He is totally sure that he is a Good Dog. - RepoRat
It's funny that Schipol was probably the one trip that Sarah didn't lose a bag this year, and she would have loved a beagle to bring her one. - sglassme
For real, right? - Sarah G.
Of course, you would have had all sorts of 'splaining to do when you had the Dutch bag finding dog with you at American customs in Chicago (or where ever you landed) - sglassme
More businesses need to use beagles for customer relations. - Ken Morley
Shoot! It's just an ad. I wanted it to be real. :-) - Betsy
It's an ad but its too damn cute - WarLord
I dint believe in nothing no more. I'm going to law school. - Sarah G.
Searches in forums turn up many many postings by people who own properties in East and West Oakland bitching about section 8 and talking about "section 8 people" like we are the scum of the earth and less than human.
I think there should be a new law for humans. If you're going to make a statement like that, you should be forced to walk in their shoes! - Mo Kargas
One of the potential jurors was like that. I wanted to punch him in the face. - Anika
That's awful. :( - Jenny H. from Android
smh - Anne Bouey
been there and fought hard. Once when I was working in a restaurant peeps were bitching about sect 8 and such and how can they do that etc and I turned around and said I am one of "those" and never heard a word about it again. - GRANDMAFORSCARLETT
Most of the feedback I've gotten outside of here & Facebook is along the lines of "get a job stop wasting my tax money" because of course the assholes don't even understand how section 8 works or what it is. (this part is about jerks in general, not the landlord jerks) - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
I unfriended my aunt on Facebook because she was spewing ignorant hate speech about people who need government assistance and why hard working tax payers shouldn't have to support them. I wanted to tell her that my dad was on government assistance when he died, but I bit my tongue. I don't have room for that vitriol in my life. - Jenny H. from Android
Empathy is lacking because nobody (that's an asshat) realizes just how close we all are to economic collapse - one bad hospital stay for instance any unexpected thing can put us over the edge... Be well you are in my thoughts - WarLord
If I feel like engaging, which isn't often, I like to ask people what they were doing in 1983, 1993, or 2003? Because I was working 40+ hours a week for decades, paying sometimes pretty high taxes and paying into medicare & social security. Anyone who complains about me & their tax money can kiss my substantial ass. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Yeah, the calloused attitudes towards those who suffer hardship get on my very last nerve! Don't people realise THEY could be without a job due to circumstances beyond their control?. Don't people realise that the economy isn't exactly robust right now, and hasn't been for a good few years? Don't people realise that there are those who have no immediate or maybe even extended family... more... - "n"
Steven Perez
The entire radio industry advertising model for RW radio has been upset. They don’t like to talk about it, but the managers and distributors are hoping the money hemorrhage will stop during political advertising season. But that is a temporary reprieve. They have lost thousands of customer facing advertising and they aren’t coming back as long as... -
Limbaugh and Hannity switch to "sports talk" in 3...2... - WarLord
Politics aren't a sport? - Todd Hoff
Limbaugh already tried that, with predictable results. - John (bird whisperer)
I honestly curious, do buyers of new cars even realize that they have an AM radio installed? I listen to Sirius radio but don't most folks just plug in their own tunes? AM listeners seems a dying demographic - WarLord
I couldn't say. My phone doubles as a mp3 player/podcast catcher (which I plug into a AUX port on the dashboard), so the amount of time I've actually listened to radio, let alone AM radio, is minuscule. - Steven Perez
Todd: Funny you mention that. My collection of political RSS feeds in Feedly (and Google Reader before that) is entitled "Contact Sports". - Steven Perez
Truth in advertising :-) - Todd Hoff
S.E.L.F.I.E. Mirror - iStrategy Labs Selfie Mirror - House Beautiful -
S.E.L.F.I.E. Mirror - iStrategy Labs Selfie Mirror - House Beautiful
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This would be great fun at a party - WarLord
S.E.L.F.I.E. storm is coming :) - Mahdi
Steven Perez
15 Things We Did At School That Future Students Will Never Understand via @Intel
15 Things We Did At School That Future Students Will Never Understand via @Intel
Oddly enough, I remember fewer technical problems with old school AV than I've experienced with current tech for presentations. - Spidra Webster
Ah, paper bag book covers. I got really good at making those. - Steven Perez
I should have been using them. One of my favorite book covers for school (not an official textbook) got munged from being in my backpack. (Haha! Read that list and it's clearly written by someone at least 10 years younger than me. /decrepit) - Spidra Webster
Film strips? Rewinding the film on the projector? - WarLord
Yeah, that electronic spell checker? I had to use this huge book called a "dictionary". - Steven Perez
I ***loved*** running the projector. - Steven Perez
I never had an electronic spell checker. - John (bird whisperer)
They were brand new when I was in high school, and therefore, way more expensive that a $25 dictionary/thesaurus set. - Steven Perez
Deadspin How Do Other Notable ESPN Suspensions Compare With Bill Simmons's?
Keith Olbermann: suspended two weeks for going on The Daily Show and calling Bristol, Conn., a "Godforsaken place." - WarLord
Shannon - GlassMistress
....and we let her go...
:( *hugs* - Kevin Johnson
Sorry, Shannon. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
:-( *hugs* - John (bird whisperer)
Oh dear. *hugs* - Soup in a TARDIS
I'm sorry, Shannon. - Anika
*hugs* - Katy S
I'm sorry, Shannon. *hugs* - Betsy
I'm so sorry, Shannon. *hugs and hugs* - vicster: full-bodied
Thanks all! I can't say we were surprised, she's been on 'palliative care' for some time. I didn't think letting her go would bother me much as she's 16, been ill for a while, and has interrupted our sleep consistently for 6ish years (senile - wakes up 'lost') but I find I'm surprisingly crushed. go figure. - Shannon - GlassMistress
I'm so sorry :( - Jennifer Dittrich from FFHound!
:( - Amit Patel
So sorry! :-( - Jenny
love and hugs to you and your family - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
*big hugs* - Tamara J. B.
I'm so sorry, honey. Hugs to everyone. - Corinne L
{{hugs}} - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
*hugs* - Stephen Mack
(((Shannon))) I'm so sorry. - Anne Bouey
:( Much love. I'm sorry. - Signs Point to LB
Sorry, Shannon. - Stephan #TeamMarina from iPhone
so sorry. - MoTO: Team Marina
What a beautiful kitty. I'm so sorry. - Galadriel C. from Android
I'm sorry for your loss. - Marie
I'm sorry for your loss - Eric - It's My Thing from iPhone
Sorry be well - WarLord
:o( xoxox - Melly - #TeamMarina
Melly - #TeamMarina
RT @stayathomemum: Do you use a paper shopping list, a phone app... or do you wing it?
RT @stayathomemum: Do you use a paper shopping list, a phone app... or do you wing it?
paper list and i always bring it with. turn the car around if i forget! - Big Joe Silence
Wunderlist - rönin
My wife knows. She shudders with fear when I shop. - Eric - It's My Thing
Wifey plays this game. I tease her for not using the expensive piece of technology in her purse known as a smartphone to make said lists. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
paper. - Bren
Paper list when I "wing it" it ends badly #ohshiny - WarLord
Partial paper list and wing the rest. - John (bird whisperer)
I've done a mix - sadly, I'm not even organized about trying to be organized. Phone app seems to work best when I use it. - Jennifer Dittrich
I used to use Evernote a lot, but now it's almost always post-it notes. - Jenny H. from Android
Grocery IQ app - Christina Pikas from iPhone
Paper. Didn't like using an app. - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
Paper list most of the time. I do leave it at home about 50% of the time. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
I have the Safeway app which has a list, but I find when I'm in the store I have to keep stopping, scrolling, finding stuff...and I don't get a good signal in two of the stores I shop at. So I find myself still making paper lists. And leaving them home more often than not. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Mostly wing it. I got rid of my shopping apps awhile ago and use one of the notepads on my phone for longer lists. - Anika
Paper list, both for Safeway and for the monthly Target run. (But then, we don't have a smartphone so apps aren't in the picture.) The Safeway list is on the back side of the card on which I write that week's meaningful J4U specials, and that one *always* gets taken with us. - Walt Crawford
I use Color Note. It has a check list function that's perfect for this. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
I keep a small (6'x9") clipboard on a hook in the kitchen. Add to list as needed, take the whole clipboard with me and prop it in the cart. Last week I left it at the checkout. Got it back this week. I had crossed off all the the items except TP. Somebody had written "Oh no!" next to it. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
We use a small, dry-erase board on the fridge, then snap a phone pix before heading to the store. - Ken Morley
I have a meal-planning program I use (Plan to Eat) that tracks my pantry and spits out a grocery list once I've dropped in my meals for the week, so I just use that (I actually transcribe it into a little notebook I keep in my purse rather than print out a sheet every week; I prefer to organize it by the layout of the store I go to). Tried using apps but it just wasn't the same. - Hookuh Tinypants
I resemble this image. But also I don't usually buy much at a time especially as only shopping for one. - Deborah Fitchett
ANOTHER social site... Everything in Silicon Valley is a riff on something from 1995...
I have an APP for that - WarLord
Something for the Left to Like About the Surge in Gun Sales? via @theblaze
Okay this IS The Blaze but this is a true thing: The little known Wildlife Restoration Act of 1937, also known as the Pittman-Robertson Act, imposed an excise tax on firearms and ammunition. Is a real thing - WarLord
#marijuana Charlo Greene shows us what "Viral" looks like: TV reporter’s amazing on-air resignation: “F*** it, I quit!” via @Salon
This is the new "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore" - Eric - It's My Thing
Food blogger or foodie blogger?
Food blogger. Many food bloggers are foodies, but I don't think they would call themselves foodie bloggers. I could be wrong about this, though. - Corinne L
What Corinne said. - ~Courtney F
Nommyblogger. ;) - Signs Point to LB from Android
Food Blogger - Blogging about it much like photographing it automatically makes you a "foodie" - WarLord
I might use "foodie blogger" for someone who blogs about foodies. - John (bird whisperer)
Seriously, where's the food? - Eric - It's My Thing
Steve C Team Marina
We went to a new wifey baby friend persons house and they had one of them mythical magic babies. It sleeps. You know when you want to eat dinner, put it in swing, it sleeps. When you want to do some cleaning it sleeps. When you want to sleep it sleeps through the night. I hate that baby. :)
don't worry that baby will become a teenager..... - WarLord
My guess is not PC, my evil mind says that mom is sneaking wine before breastfeeding. A former friend did that. - Janet from FFHound!
Robot child. Programmable. - Jim: with more caffeine!
I held one of those a few days ago. Can I specifically order one of those babies? - Kristin from iPhone
I don't believe it. - Eric - It's My Thing
It's OK, yours will sleep one day too. Maybe. (1 of mine did. The other...) - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
I had one of those magic babies that fell asleep whenever subjected to motion. It wasn't much fun at the park, as a toddler. - April Russo
Today was my first day with new immune suppressant: "Stelera" an injectable med. SOOOOO... Off to Gastro Doc to be trained in self administering that is, injecting myself. I gave myself first dose under watchful eye of Nurse Practitioner. You know what oddest part of self injection is? I mean besides holding needle thing poised over your belly......
You know what oddest part of self injection is? I mean besides holding needle thing poised over your belly... The oddest thing is how hard you have to push to actually penetrate the skin. OTOH it's barely possible I'm worlds biggest baby... - WarLord
Steve and 4 other people
RT @JamesFallows: Scottish turnout super high in part because *every vote counts equally*. Reason #625 to dump Electoral College in US.
Mebbe, but I doubt if our turnout would go up appreciably if we dumped the Electoral College for most elections. Apathy is apathy. If we had a vote in California about seceding from the U.S., I bet California's turnout would be record-breaking too. - Stephen Mack
Of course, some of that apathy is deliberately encouraged. It's not like we deliberately set aside time as a society to do this, or expect that work or commerce should briefly halt to see it accomplished. Polling places are often extraordinarily inconvenient for large parts of the population, portions of which are at massive disadvantage when attempting to even register to vote. - Jennifer Dittrich
Jennifer, it's a good point. I'd love to see us implement a national voting day holiday (which other countries have had for years). - Stephen Mack
Certain segments of the political spectrum encourage apathy with such statements as "they're all the same" etc and by making voting a more arduous task then it needs to be.... Make Sunday polling day and tell them that football doesn't start tell the votes are tally'ed.... - WarLord
I'd love to see a voting holiday (a real holiday, as in only emergency personnel have to work, and people get paid leave) as well as a lot more polling places (with special emphasis on currently underserved areas, like reservations and very poor neighborhoods.) - Jennifer Dittrich
I support Stephens call for a national drinking^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H voting holiday! (which is apparently how some folks in countries with such holidays respond... :/ ) - Ken Gidley
A holiday is interpreted as a "travel and get away" day. So that would conflict with voting. - Louis Gray
We vote on a Saturday. Works for us. - Johnny from iPhone
You vote on a Saturday? How do you get people to show up? They can't put a TV show on Saturdays. - Eric - It's My Thing from iPhone
Also, voting is done at almost every public school (close, easily accessible by public transport), there is pre-polling options like electoral officers taking voting stations to nursing homes and hospitals. - Johnny from iPhone
Eric. We have compulsory voting (which I wholeheartedly support) but they also have a sausage sizzle and jam stores so you do it on the way out or back from your weekend stuff and grab a snack. - Johnny from iPhone
Victor Ganata
So we mainly pay taxes to ensure defense contractors profit and cops and rebel groups have the newest killer tech. #FuckYeahAmerica
The MIC and Wall Street run this country like a private country club with restricted membership (but I repeat myself) - WarLord
How to Tell if You’re in a MFA Workshop Story -
How to Tell if You’re in a MFA Workshop Story
"You sit at the bar and have a drink. When you finish your drink you have another. You drink in a way that is simple and direct and not at all in imitation of Hemingway or Carver, and if it is then it’s an homage, a subtle, searingly thought-provoking homage, and the bartender is a charming old gent who calls you “hoss” and not a college girl with a swallow tattoo on her breastbone." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
"Her laugh was like the jangle of a charm bracelet, or like the wind whispering in the branches of an aspen, or like waves crashing on the beach, or like something else that doesn’t really sound at all like laughter, or even any sound a human can make, to be honest." - Jessie
"There is an ethnic person nearby, but they are dispensing with excellent advice. Their voice is cracked and earthy, like the earth. If they were your father they would say they loved you, to your face and to your heart. “Chile,” they say, “sho nuff, this crazy world goes on a-spinnin’ and don’t nobody know where it gon’ stop.” You nod sagely. It is good to take the G Train." - Jessie
"The love of a good woman will save you. A good woman will place her cool hand upon your feverish brow and not like the bands you don’t like. A good woman will know she is a metaphor, and accept it." - Jessie
"And even through the buffer of this short story, female readers are probably becoming barren just by encountering the power of your thoughts, right at this minute, right now." - Victor Ganata
....and if it is then it’s an homage, a subtle, searingly thought-provoking homage.... - WarLord
Hahahahahaha the comments: "In my one graduate level writing course a woman wrote a non-fiction story about the time she got into a car accident (in the US) after visiting a bakery and how the bagels she had bought spilled onto the road and the professor chewed her out for a painfully long time about the careless and racist way she had invoked images of Palestinian terrorism, so. " - Jessie
Also: "The other day a friend read me a sentence from a writing workshop piece (not his) that said, hand to god: "She cupped her chin in her girlish fingers and stared at me with penstemon-sparked eyes." I had to look up penstemon; apparently it's a flower, alternately called beardtongue. Sexy. " - Jessie
I guess everything really is a metaphor :D #darmok - Victor Ganata
fire! - WarLord
Trying to get my eating habits regular is going to be impossible for the next 5 days. I have almost no appetite on prednisone. - Heather
Morton Fox
Well, it’s my birthday and also National Cheeseburger Day! Although a cheeseburger with a candle on it might be a bit weird. :)
Happy birthday! - Signs Point to LB from Android
You could always get one of those cakes they sell at Martin's/Giant grocery stores (not sure if you have those out your way - if not, one of your grocery stores might have them) that looks like a cheeseburger. They look like they're crazy-heavy on the icing, though. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
My nephew had a cheeseburger cake last year. It was yummy! - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Happy birthday!! - Gabrielle from FFHound(roid)!
w00t! :) - Steven Perez
Happy birthday! - Kevin Johnson from Android
Happy Cheesebirthday! - Steve C Team Marina
Happy birthday! - John (bird whisperer)
We must all observe this. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
Happy Cheezburger to you - WarLord
Happy birthday! We're having the Sacramento Burger Battle today so I shall raise a burger high in your honor! - Corinne L
Andrew C (✔)
RT @chansteele: This is one of the most devastating and dismissive art reviews I have ever read. I love it.
RT @chansteele: This is one of the most devastating and dismissive art reviews I have ever read. I love it.
Yeah, it's fucking great. - Meg VMeg
Haven't read the whole article--yet--but, geez, if the "artist" who makes Thomas Kinkade look profound by comparison is worthy of a Whitney exhibition, it's too late for me to try being an art lover. - Walt Crawford
What a take down wow - WarLord
Two guards stand at a fork in the road, and only one way leads to paradise. One guard always lies, the other likes big butts and cannot lie.
I ask if the other guard likes to stay and play. - Steele Lawman
LOL, the Epimenides/Sir Mix-a-lot paradox? - Victor Ganata
Well that makes that puzzle easier. - Arlan K.
The unstated assumption is that you only get one question, right? Because otherwise my first question is "How many fingers am I holding up?" or some other statement whose truth value I already know. - Deborah Fitchett
Bridgekeeper: Stop. Who would cross the Bridge of Death must answer me these questions three, ere the other side he see. - WarLord
Without my permission, no one may cross. - Betsy
I just say, "I'm going to paradise" and cross, because I know the other brothers can't deny. - Stephen Mack
What's the most reliable automobile you've ever owned?
Saturn SL1 - Meg VMeg
A BMW me ex had was very reliable. Never had an issue at all. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Hyundai Elantra (2003) - Jennifer Dittrich
All three of my recent cars have been very reliable: Ford Focus, Scion TC, and now a Toyota Yaris. Nary a problem with any of them. - Friar Will
Dodge colt that was essentially a Mitsubishi. - Joe from iPod
This 20 year old Voyager I'm driving now. But my favoritest car was my always-needing-maintenance 93 Cutlass SL. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Our Honda Civics. All of them, except for the transmission problem on the '95. (Now down to just one, our new 2005.) - Walt Crawford
Joe reminded me of the Colt that I had as well. Yes, it too was very reliable. - Friar Will
Hondas, 12 of them in the immediate family over the years. - Anne Bouey
My Volvo XC99 - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
1965 Ford Mustang and 1950 GMC panel truck. - Greg GuitarBuster
Citroen AX Lx - obe
2007 Volkswagen Beetle. - Steven Perez from Android
!984 Oldsmobile Cutlas Ciara, that we named Betsy. But the most reliable I ever paid for was a friend's used Toyota cargo van that had over a million miles on it before he retired from the courier biz and sold it to another courier driver. - April Russo
I'm still driving my 1992 Honda Civic. - Marie from iPhone
Toss up between my '97 Civic EX and my '80 Ford Fairmont Sedan. That thing was a friggin' BEAST. My current Civic is too new to really sing the praises of but it's not let me down yet, so. - Hookuh Tinypants
Any of my Chevy Pickups - WarLord
My old Hyundai Excel was pretty reliable. In 18 years I had to replace the clutch twice and that was the worst of it. My Subaru Baja has been pretty reliable over the 10 years I've had it. - vicster: full-bodied
Subaru Forrester - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Toyota Tundra - 14 years now. Two trips total to the mechanic. - Steve C Team Marina
Honda Civic. Love it - Prometa
Honda Accord. My son inherited it and it's still cruising after 14 years and 300K+ miles. - Jenny H. from Android
The doctor said I should be able to dance again, but not for a year. I can get through this but I feel grief like a part of me has died, albeit temporarily. BF telling me 10min later I should be glad I'm not paralyzed. Can I be sad, FF?
I mean it's only my #1 coping mechanism AND way to get in touch with my emotions, plus my favorite mode of self-expression, not to mention the only activity that has consistently brought me joy at all times of my life. - Lo from Android
You can be sad. And you can certainly grieve a loss, even if you know it's temporary. - Anne Bouey
YES. I'm so sad for you. I've been out of dance for a month with mono and am heartbroken, I can't even imagine what you're going through other than knowing it sucks times ten million. :-( Sending dance love <3 - Lola Bean (Penguin) from iPhone
I recognize that it's good to look at the positive, and I am making a big effort, but that felt so invalidating of my feelings, I do believe some reassurance might be in order. He sounds right, but it feels so shitty. - Lo from Android
On the actual bright side, I've found five ways (so far!) to enjoy the magic of dance despite my limitations. Fuck those restrictions! - Lo from Android
Could you expand your dance to choreography during your down time? - Janet from FFHound!
Lo, you get to feel any and every way that you feel about not being able to dance. Or about anything else, for that matter. *sends speedy healing love* - vicster: full-bodied
I hope you're better soon. Losing a creative outlet really sucks. *hugs* - John (bird whisperer)
Absolutely!!! I'll be sad with and for you, in fact. *hug* - Lisa L. Seifert from iPhone
I figure we feel sad when bad things happen because it's part of how we grieve - you can still be grateful about other things, but still sad about those. I hope that your recovery is swift, but it feels totally understandable to be down a little about your situation now. - Jennifer Dittrich
Thanks guys :) It's a real boost, since I see so few people these days. - Lo from Android
Thanks for the dance love, Penguin! First thing I did after that discussion was text a dance friend... you get it! I also really appreciate the choreography suggestion, I've had a multi-year project on the back brain burner for a long time, and that sounds great. I was discouraged about not being able to do much even mentally for a while, but it's getting better with less painkillers. - Lo from Android
The grief of "what might have been" is part of our physical limitations the grief of :"what if" and "what now" I hope you can find solace in music and movement that is perhaps not dance but something else that is you escaping your sadness and static place. Know perhaps that your feeling now could enrich your palette of emotions for a dance you build in your mind that others may share. I send you peace and empathy and healing thoughts and the knowledge that this to shall pass - WarLord
Emotions are seldom an either/or, strictly one emotion affair. We feel many things at once. They are all valid. Hope and positivity for the future and grief and sadness for the now often live comfortably (and uncomfortably) together. - Michael W. May
Honest Question: Is Google Glass still a thing? Is it on a slow boil or has that flame kinda dwindled.
I see some being worn in these parts. But I think they're still cooking up what they want it to be. - Stephen Mack
They just started selling them to the general public last week. - Kevin Fox
Physical thing doesn't mean it's a thing. There's been plenty of tech that's gone for public sale that's missed it's time or failed to engage. - Johnny
I was thinking about it before. While I'm not in the market for either device, Google Glass verse a smartwatch, I'd go smartwatch all the time. I get the concept of Glass but I am still in the camp of passive tech. I don't mind looking at my wrist rather than having it always in my peripheral (and intrusive to those I interact with). - Johnny
Until I see someone sporting Glass in the wild here in flyover land I'm going to say NO not a thing. Given that Google choose not to counter program against the big watch announcement I'm going to say on the verge of being "waved" - WarLord
Judging by the flood of words surging across The Intertubz I may be the only Minnesotan who hasn't picked a side in Adrian Peterson "switching" indictment. I never found anything edifying or admirable about corporal punishment I received hence I was never much good dispensing rough justice As with much I experienced in my youth It's a practice b
As with much I experienced in my youth It is perhaps a practice better wreathed in nostalgia then actually used in actual discipline..... - WarLord
Uber Drivers "Strike" — And Switch To Lyft — Over Fares And Conditions -
Uber Drivers "Strike" — And Switch To Lyft — Over Fares And Conditions
Uber and Lyft cannot last and good riddance the sharing economy is a another wall street scam at expense of workers #sweatshopbyanothername - WarLord
Andy Bakun
"so frivolous & asinine…it makes its lackluster predecessors look like Hewlett-Packard & Fairchild Semiconductor" ~
"so frivolous & asinine…it makes its lackluster predecessors look like Hewlett-Packard & Fairchild Semiconductor" ~
Why DOES Silicon Valley so despise working people? - WarLord
Job creation, folks, right here. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
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