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Date: 2014-09-08 18:27:39 GMT

Comment left by: anonymous on Craigslist casual encounter weirdness: September 2014 edition

OMG this is hilarious.

Advice for dudes on craigslist:

1. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE. No woman wants to choke or be injured. That is completely unattractive. “Wanted! Woman to send to ER!” The bigger & thicker it is, the worse case you’ve got going. Um, no.

2. The world’s most unappealing penis shots exist on Craigslist. They all need to read and learn from this blog on how to actually artistically display oneself: http://critiquemydickpic.tumblr.com/


Date: 2014-09-03 02:40:37 GMT

Comment left by: Mark on Readying for another adventure

Spleeness, when your house is of a certain size, you really have no choice about whether to b methodical if you intend to sell it for top dollar. It takes time, elbow grease and attention. You are selling a dream.


Date: 2014-09-02 19:32:13 GMT

Comment left by: spleeness on Readying for another adventure

I loved reading this! Has me excited for when my time has come. And surely your organizational skills are coming in handy – impressed that you’re managing your house/moving project thoroughly and not just “in your head” like lots of folks.


Date: 2014-07-27 20:20:52 GMT

Comment left by: Mark on Same story in Gaza, just different year

The analogy of course is imperfect, but in many ways Palestinian citizens of Israel are second class citizens of Israel, and might as well have a star on their chests. As for Palestinians on the West Bank, they are clearly under an illegal occupation and Israel’s policy is to keep the occupation going indefinitely while expanding Israel’s de-facto borders by building Jewish only housing.


Date: 2014-07-27 19:12:53 GMT

Comment left by: Graeme Sutton on Same story in Gaza, just different year

If the Israelis were anything like the Nazis they would have gone house to house shooting everyone in the Gaza strip decades ago, or maybe simply cut off all food and watched everyone there starve to death in a few weeks.


Date: 2014-07-26 23:53:31 GMT

Comment left by: devorahwright on It’s better outside

“Life lived mostly outdoors can be a connected life: with nature, with neighbors, with children, with gardens, and with life. Perhaps we live so much of our lives indoors at our own peril, tuning out the world and seeing life through a filtered prison.”

Not only in this place, the world is now boxed on technology, that outdoor activities became a less considered option.


Date: 2014-07-25 15:26:30 GMT

Comment left by: John on Facebook’s appallingly bad user interface

Amazing how long this thread – and other like it – have been going. Absolute proof, if it were needed, that Facebook’s “reason for being” is nothing to do with social media and everything to do with harvesting your data.

I’ve resisted FB for as long as I can but too many other organisations are making it necessary to login via FB or leave feedback via FB.

I can’t add to the comments made here except it’s pretty obvious which Google term brought me here. The bad news is, it’s built on crap foundations so any “improvements” can only make it worse.


Date: 2014-07-21 16:18:46 GMT

Comment left by: Peter Hargraves on Facebook’s appallingly bad user interface

Amen to your blog post and all the comments! What a piece of crap the Facebook UI is!


Date: 2014-07-02 14:11:49 GMT

Comment left by: Ginger Haycox on When did conservatism become so radical?

I think one of the unanswered questions here would be,’would the same decision have been made if Hobby Lobby was owned by a dedicated Muslim family instead of the Christian family it is owned by?
Changes color pretty fast then, doesn’t it? Religious freedom my ass!


Date: 2014-06-24 14:23:43 GMT

Comment left by: Ginger Haycox on Review: 12 Years a Slave

Not surprisingly, I felt almost the same way with this film. I hadn’t read the book, nor have I to date, but after seeing the movie, I struck it off my list of books to pick up.
I found, as is so often anymore with movies coming out of Hollywood, the violence was gratuitous…almost looking for ways of adding more. Again, if it’s faithful to the book then perhaps I’m wrong, but it’s as if we’re striving to turn inhumanity into entertainment more & more. At any rate I was excited to see this after hearing it had won best movie, & wondered why after getting the opportunity to see it.


Date: 2014-06-17 12:00:56 GMT

Comment left by: knight4444 on Psychiatrists agree: Republicans are insane

ROTFLMAO, it’s kinda funny reading post from 2010, especially coming from republicans talking about Obama being a one term president! mitch mcconnell and jim demint swore to jesus that Obama would be a one term president, since then 2014 style?? jim demint QUIT being a senator to work for right wing CRAZY house heritage foundation!! mitch mcconnell is fighting for his political life against a virtual unknown named MISS GRIMES!! and the second most powerful GOP/tea party guy eric cantor just got beat by a koch brother puppet, MR brat, a supposedly college professor who doesn’t even know basic economic and economic history!! The GOP is nothing but a WHITE NATIONALIST party that’s heads are exploding that a non caucasian male is president!


Date: 2014-06-14 18:26:33 GMT

Comment left by: Cecilia on Putting yourself in a woman’s shoes

I remember Mom crying every time she had another baby girl. When I asked why she simply said: ‘it’s because life is so much harder for women’.


Date: 2014-06-11 03:35:34 GMT

Comment left by: Ginger Haycox on Putting yourself in a woman’s shoes

Excellent!! If you weren’t already married I’d marry you! You get it.
There is one other thing to add to that list of things women shouldn’t do – do not put on even a pound! If you’re running for office or working in the front office area of a business, you’d better have the body of Venus or you’ll be ridiculed right out the door. That is what happened to my mother when medication she was on caused her to gain weight.


Date: 2014-05-14 17:39:10 GMT

Comment left by: Mark on Sometimes you have to be your own doctor

What I use at work was procured through this company: http://www.ergogenesis.com/


Date: 2014-05-14 14:49:23 GMT

Comment left by: Becky Tate on Sometimes you have to be your own doctor

What kind of ergonomic chair do you use?


Date: 2014-05-04 07:44:21 GMT

Comment left by: Tony on Facebook’s appallingly bad user interface

Right on. Absolutely. It is the worst user interface ever! It should be used as an example to future programers to show them how not to design or build a UI


Date: 2014-04-09 14:10:03 GMT

Comment left by: Ginger Haycox on The real value of streaming music

I found this really interesting for a number of reasons but primarily your remark about people tending to stick to what they know rather than venturing into that scary world of unknown music. My husband is the former, I am the latter. And I’m very happy that I am because by finding new music for him to listen to I can draw him out of his rut many times too. There is a book about just this topic…how we tend to stay with what we fell in love with instead of testing new things. It’s called This Is Your Brain on Music written by Daniel Levitin. It can get a little wordy but if you haven’t read it yet you might enjoy it.


Date: 2014-04-07 14:29:41 GMT

Comment left by: Ginger Haycox on Review: Noah

Bless you my son… =}
>>if you like mindless entertainment with lots of gaping plot holes…<<

Isn't that what the bible is tho'? If this movie had been made *not* based of the 'holy book', the critics would rip it apart for being implausible, unbelievable & just silly…right? But because it's “the bibles story” no one will risk that lightning bolt from heaven. I commend you on both your intellect & your bravery.


Date: 2014-03-01 03:03:06 GMT

Comment left by: Leandro on If Aubrey fought Hornblower, who would win?

Jack in a real human being. Hornblower is just a robot playing a part. Everything Jack does in his job seams so natural, he has all the unwritten navy rules in his nature. He doesnt even do the maths, but reaches accurate goals by instict. He loves his job, his men, his ships. He enjoys life and makes us enjoy with him as readers.
I never seen that in Horatio.


Date: 2014-02-26 16:51:39 GMT

Comment left by: Ginger on Going to the dogs

Okay, ya lost me on the ‘cat’s are Republicans’ line. I have six cats & they are most definitely ‘Independents’ who work hard for the common good. Two of my six deeply sense when something’s wrong in the house or with an individual in the house & will lick faces & cry around your feet until things are better. If I’m sick, my orange Tabby Darius will station himself near or on my chest & won’t leave even to eat.
Dogs are loyal. Dogs are eager to please…they may even be Republicans, willing to ‘fake it’ to please the base. ;}
All this is in fun of course. We both know dogs & cats are both too smart to link themselves to any political party.


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