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GenealogyOldCM, Mon Jan 31, 2011 16:53
I have spent the last five days working on my family tree at ancestry.com as a free registered guest. I went from six known people to 160 in my family tree, which just includes parents no siblings. Also, traced different parts of the tree back to the 1500s in Germany, England and Ireland. Family tradition says that my ... more
  • Paradise Lost?Uru Hammer, Mon Jan 31, 2011 10:37
    On the "Hell and Damnation" theme below, anyone want to share any romantic moments you wish you had over again, knowing now what you didn't know then? I once met a girl at a conference. Long before I was married. Just finishing high school. Anyway, she was perfect. We hit it off in the week we had together. The last... more
  • Hell and damnationcc, Sun Jan 30, 2011 17:40
    I was young and naive at the time and had zero "experience". (It was a small town and I had no "wheels".) Then, in a much larger place, a real city, on a government program, for the first and only time in my life a young woman "hit" on me. I was too dumb to know what was going on, but anyway she turned me off because... more
  • My Anonymity...Uru Hammer, Wed Jan 26, 2011 09:13
    You know, I used to maintain my anonymity on the internet so that I would have a safe place from which to attack. That was quite a while ago. It saddens me that I feel it necessary to maintain my anonymity on the internet so that I have a defense against the attacks of others. I know that my presence on the boards is... more
  • This is your captain speaking on Delta flight #xxx to Detroit. Anyone want to go to a nightclub in New York? I've decided to go that way. We won't be landing in Detroit after all. I'm in the mood for a party. Get home safe!
  • Strange LawsDavid F Mayer, Mon Jan 24, 2011 16:39
    I do NOT believe all, or even most of these, but I find them very amusing. Source: http://www.strangefacts.com/laws.html In Texas, it's against the law for anyone to have a pair of pliers in his or her possession. In Philadelphia, you can't put pretzels in bags based on an Act of 1760. Alaska law says that you can't... more
  • Invasion of the Body Snatcherscc, Sat Jan 22, 2011 17:18
    Most people from Alaska and the talk shows and the blogs and the political parties and... - blame the tragedy in Arizona and similar tragedies on negative political talk influencing victims of schizophrenia or other "classic" mental diseases. But, the truth is that the classical mental illnesses leave the patient too... more
  • The row at Toolysjobee, Sat Jan 22, 2011 03:47
    Rage Shout! Shout! then shout some more, as men strive to settle score, two faced Tooly elbows in, departing from his rubbish bin. Claiming style, panache, dash, then churning out ambiguous trash, creeping round the flock, holy spirits his selling stock. Two thousand years of hope, pray, murder, mayhem, kill, slay,... more
    Are Good Works Filthy Rags?Uru Hammer, Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:47
    I think this essay gets to the heart of the matter. Filthy Rags? by Steve Jones "But we are all like an unclean thing, and all of our righteousnesses are like filthy rags" (Isa. 64:6).Reference Isaiah the prophet summed up the wretched state into which the covenant people of God had sunk. Though they had the boon of... more
  • Would You Eat Someone?Uru Hammer, Thu Jan 20, 2011 09:29
    If you were starving and lost, and someone else with you died, would you eat them? What if they had not yet died, but you were starving. Would you kill them and eat them? Personally, I don't think I could ever eat a person. Not even if they died and I was starving. I think I would starve to death, instead. Uru
  • Use brains not brawn.jobee, Thu Jan 20, 2011 05:21
    Where there are no guns, you dont need gun laws. Bust the banks and gun makers, spend on home security, alarms.video.etc. Use brains to cut crime, not brawn. News from the city that gave the world DNA. http://www.leicestertigers.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=31051
  • So, is Lance Armstrong guilty or not?greenman, Tue Jan 18, 2011 22:04
    I defended him for years, and believed the French and others had it in for him, as he and his supporters claimed.. Armstrong: New Information, Investigations ..but I'm starting to have my doubts, folks. And if he's guilty, what then? Personal opinion: strip the titles. ALL of them.
  • Would you like to self-publish?cc, Tue Jan 18, 2011 19:35
    WOULD YOU LIKE TO SELF-PUBLISH? Would you like to format your more serious posts to look like a professional news reporter had written them?
  • Eating the seed corncc, Tue Jan 18, 2011 15:26
    EATING THE SEED CORN We live on a tiny planet in a tiny solar system embedded in a tiny galaxy floating around in a vast sea of similar insignificant stellar structures. We are insignificant and have no purpose other than "to be". None of us currently living will be around to see what the future holds. This is today,... more
  • Dont bank it and bust gun manufacturers.jobee, Tue Jan 18, 2011 06:07
    Spend your bucks on good home security, videos, alarms etc. Dont give it the bank rip off merchants -and bust the gun manufacturers. Look after yourselves and the kids.
    It is illegal to kill the invaderscc, Mon Jan 17, 2011 21:27
    Even though... Christian warriors endorse the Glock as the weapon of choice , the fine for killing buzzards that invade your neighborhood is $200,000 for organizations and $100,000 for individuals. Meanwhile, the mindless chatter on the Net continues to encourage people to run out and buy Glocks so as to make them... more
  • Volunteers for diplomatic mission to Heavencc, Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:14
    How do we get there from here? The blunt answer is: "we don't". A most fascinating essay about the impossibility of space travel. Written by a science fiction writer who has done his homework with the help of friends who are technical experts. Don't try to read this if you are in a hurry to catch the bus. Bookmark it... more
  • Blind Faith Psychosisjobee, Sun Jan 16, 2011 06:20
    Psychosis and Money What is it then that makes them pray, that makes them creep, crawl, all day, that makes them read some silly script, their pride, confidence, slyly stripped ? What is it then that transfers their minds, to heavens, angels, spiritual kinds, to attend Cathedrals in little groups, then dress in robes... more
    Control freakscc, Sat Jan 15, 2011 17:06
    Most likely others have also noticed something strange going on in the USA military empire prison in the past ?? years. I don't know about the attitudes in other countries. I have thougt it might have roots in the intelligence area, with the ongoing requirement for a security clearance before anyone would be hired for ... more

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