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What does your car know about you? More than you might think.

What does your car know about you? More than you might think.


Via: Perrie Halpern R.A.  •  101 comments  •  26 minutes ago
Jun 18 12:28am @7.1.11 Found this chart, you might find interesting. The 100%E is pure Ethanol, but gives an idea of how fat it must be for cruise vs under full power, let alone keeping up with a N2O mix. It can be a...
Jun 18 12:18am @7.1.10 Here is the problem in with N2O in cold weather. Often,more times than not, there is not enough time to get enough heat into the engine before it is time to go. A way fat condition, compared to...
Jun 17 11:44pm @7.1.7 "..." That's a tough one in cold weather.
Jun 17 11:18pm @2.1.13 "..." Yes, they are incredibly different. The SVT was thought out much better, but I enjoy the ZX2 and what it introduced. I am way past needing to go fast on the street and like a little...
Jun 17 9:34pm @2.1.11 "..." LOL, well when you are right, you are right. Interesting, my favourite math instructor was my 9th grade "Algebra I Teacher". She had come from the little "town", if you could call it that,...
Jun 17 7:13pm @2.1.8 "..." and you are absolutely spot on the money.
Jun 17 7:06pm @7.1.1 If your car knows any Cherokee, it's doing a better job than I am.
Jun 17 12:53am @7 My cars know nada, zip, zilch about me and I can state that with authority.
New study finds surprising cure for stress

New study finds surprising cure for stress


Via: Perrie Halpern R.A.  •  67 comments  •  17 hours ago
Jun 17 7:25pm @13.1.9 "..." What does that say about us who salivate? "..." Yep, snakes too.  Scorpions on the barby, anyone?
Jun 17 7:34am @10.1.9 Ooops. Right, don't try that. I would think Amazon could be a source for the CV-80D.
Jun 17 1:16am @10.1.7 I have a gasoline and match cure that has never failed. Hopefully you wont need that.
Jun 16 3:22am @10.1.5 "..." You are right. It has been bad.
Jun 15 5:58pm @11.1 LOL
Jun 15 5:22pm @10.1 "..." ooooh, good thing you fund it early in the season. Unload a spray bomb in it at night. They will be sleepy-by and not bother you. Once you start to spray, DO NOT STOP until the can is empty.
Jun 15 3:03pm @8.2 hmmmmm? I am thinking sun tea, or lemonade or cold beer on the front porch or rear deck in the evenings.
Jun 15 1:06pm @7.1.4 LOL
Jun 15 12:19pm @7.1.2 LOL, imagine multiplying that times the size of a T Rex!!!
Jun 15 11:55am @7.1 I used to have a hawk that would light on the back rail of my rear deck and look for dinner in the lower back yard. It knew when I was there and would leave the humming birds alone. On the front...
Jun 15 1:16am @3 Maybe with friendly faces, at a picnic, under a shade tree in the park, by a babbling brook, or lake...
U.S. to permanently end foreign aid for Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador

U.S. to permanently end foreign aid for Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador


Via: JohnRussell  •  15 comments  •  13 hours ago
U.S. to permanently end foreign aid for Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador State Department spokesperson Morgan Ortagus. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Image The State Department announced Monday afternoon that it is cutting off any further aid to Guatemala, Honduras or El Salvador until the countries take "concrete actions to reduce the number of illegal migrants coming to the...
Jun 17 7:00pm @5 Three more countries to fall to China's Belt and Road initiative.
Physicists reverse time using quantum computer

Physicists reverse time using quantum computer


Via: Larry Hampton  •  40 comments  •  20 hours ago
Researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology teamed up with colleagues from the U.S. and Switzerland and returned the state of a quantum computer a fraction of a second into the past. They also calculated the probability that an electron in empty interstellar space will spontaneously travel back into its recent past. The  study  is published in  Scientific Reports .
Jun 17 1:22am @8.1.4 Reminds me of a Ray Bradbury short story.
Jun 16 8:36pm @8.1.1 "..." Maybe?...and in reverse of all things!
Jun 16 7:31pm @8 This is absolutely fantastic. I miss so much stuff here and this is just one example, but this is fantastic news. This is a story that deserves the oft wrongly applied "WOW, Just WOW". Really.
Jun 16 7:28pm @4.2 "..." I'm signing up.
AOC signals she'd support Biden if he was Dem nominee: 'Absolutely' must beat Trump

AOC signals she'd support Biden if he was Dem nominee: 'Absolutely' must beat Trump


By: JohnRussell  •  6 comments  •  yesterday
Alexandria Ocasio Cortez shone in her first Sunday morning news program interview. She was clear, to the point, energetic, and likable. She's going to be a big force in American politics for a long time to come. 
Jun 16 8:39pm @1.1.1 Check out Deb Haaland.
Immigrants’ sponsors to be on hook for ‘every dollar’ if new arrivals end up on dole, new Trump appointee warns

Immigrants’ sponsors to be on hook for ‘every dollar’ if new arrivals end up on dole, new Trump appointee warns


Via: Vic Eldred  •  90 comments  •  2 days ago  •  LOCKED
Sponsors of legal   immigrants   to the United States received word Friday that they’ll be on the hook “for every dollar” if those immigrants end up receiving welfare funds or other public support instead of earning a living and paying taxes. The message came Ken Cuccinelli, a former   Virginia   state attorney general who last week became acting director of U.S. Citizenship and...
Jun 16 7:10pm @7 "..." In all honesty, that is how it works in my household. Actually, neither are on the dole, I foot the bill until they are able to legally have a job here. Highly skilled, highly educated...
Jun 16 6:22pm @1.1.30 "..." Where did Raven Wing state or imply that?
The Mullahs Promise "Demise of Israel" and American Civilization

The Mullahs Promise "Demise of Israel" and American Civilization


Via: Buzz of the Orient  •  22 comments  •  2 days ago
The Mullahs Promise "Demise of Israel" and American Civilization by Majid Rafizadeh, Gatestone Institute, June 15, 2019 The Iranian government continues to defy international standards, as it refuses to act as a rational and constructive state, even apart from its repeated malign behavior in the Gulf of Oman this week. Pictured: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks at a...
Jun 16 12:54pm @9.1 You really do not understand Islam and how it works with population percentages. Of recent history, Europe is a pretty good study. It will progress there and become manifest here as well, given...
Jun 16 12:52pm @8.1.1 "..." I am more concerned about what the regular people think and not the L vs R cattle.
Jun 15 7:36pm @5 "..." Buzz, who keeps the main stream media propaganda afloat? I even wonder if the brain washed people would volunteer to defend Israel anymore?
The U.S. Is Purging Chinese Cancer Researchers From Top Institutions

The U.S. Is Purging Chinese Cancer Researchers From Top Institutions


Via: Bob Nelson  •  8 comments  •  2 days ago
The dossier on cancer researcher Xifeng Wu was thick with intrigue, if hardly the stuff of a spy thriller. It contained findings that she’d improperly shared confidential information and accepted a half-dozen advisory roles at medical institutions in China. She might have weathered those allegations, but for a larger aspersion that was far more problematic: She was branded an oncological...
Jun 16 10:26am @2.1.3 "..." LOL. Yep, one little question, of one little statement blows a hole through the whole implied conclusion.
Jun 16 5:12am @2.1.1 Maybe you should pay attention to your own blanket declarations and be prepared to back them up. It is a simple question to a simple statement. The chicoms have a long history of internet...
Jun 16 4:56am @2 "..." Out of curiosity, why does it boil down to a "they are not white" issue?
The Power Of Great Music

The Power Of Great Music


By: JohnRussell  •  38 comments  •  18 hours ago
Post some great music folks STILL - Martina McBride WAKE ME UP - Avicii SO MANY STARS - Sarah Vaughn https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-NmVTYThKQ TELL HIM IM NOT HOME  - Chuck Jackson
Jun 15 7:38pm @25.1 "..." Some of my favourites.
Jun 15 5:29pm @23 A snapshot in time. Crosby, Stills and Nash - Woodstock 1971
Iran: America's Latest Drive for War

Iran: America's Latest Drive for War


Via: Badfish H҉a҉n҉d҉ ҉o҉f҉ ҉D҉o҉o҉m҉  •  66 comments  •  27 minutes ago
This week, two oil tankers exploded in the Persian Gulf,   reportedly as a result of a limpet mine attack . Neither tanker flew a US flag. One was Panama-flagged, and the other was Marshall Islands-flagged. No one was killed. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo immediately accused the Iranian regime of being responsible for the attack. Pompeo told reporters   that the accusation was “based on...
Jun 15 5:50pm @6.2.1 "..." I will say, don't be so sure, but not in an active aggressive manner, rather, if it comes to it, an all out defensive manner. No holds barred. There was a time when folks around the world...
Four in 10 Americans prefer socialism to capitalism, poll finds

Four in 10 Americans prefer socialism to capitalism, poll finds


Via: Bob Nelson  •  157 comments  •  3 days ago
Forty percent of Americans would rather live in a socialist country than a capitalist one, with a majority of younger women having this preference, according to a new poll. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez at the Puerto Rican Day parade in New York on Sunday. Ocasio-Cortez is an avowed democratic socialist. Jose Alvarado Jr/Reuters That four in 10 respondents supported socialism...
Jun 15 11:44am @6.1.64 "..." I may have misunderstood your post. That's why I asked you for confirmation. Next time I'm unsure of your meaning, I'll do as so many do on NT: I'll assume the worst and go on from there....
Jun 15 11:22am @11.2.2 LOL
Jun 15 2:31am @6.1.62 "..." IMO, that hits on 2 of 3 fundamental problems with this article. 1. A small sampling is inherently a bad idea because of greater potential of wrong results. 2. Asking folks who have no...
Jun 15 1:29am @11.2 "..." Now you are just being silly by pointing out the obvious as derived from these "well informed" polls.
Jun 14 6:59pm @6.1.56 "..." That is exactly what is more easily compromised by small sampling.
Jun 14 6:56pm @6.1.55 "..." Where did that come from. Here's an idea, try to stick with what I actually state. "..." Okay, I am asking for proof at this point. Why do you think the concept of large sampling came...
Jun 13 6:33pm @6.1.41 "..." Or give an entirely different result.
Republicans Hate You

Republicans Hate You


Via: Don Overton  •  7 comments  •  4 days ago
There’s an election coming in less than two weeks , and before you go cast your vote, I’d just like to remind you of a simple fact, which is that Republicans hate you. Even if you   don’t   think they hate your guts, I have a surprise for you: they do. Go look in the mirror. You seem nice enough, right? You just want to enjoy your life, get through your day with a minimum of fuss,...
Jun 14 10:19pm @3 What even is a Republican today? Conversely, what even is a Democrat today? Those are serious questions. They are not an intentional joke...unfortunately...
 Creative Arts Thursday/Friday … Seed Your Creative Works and/or Thoughts

Creative Arts Thursday/Friday … Seed Your Creative Works and/or Thoughts


By: A. Macarthur  •  74 comments  •  17 hours ago
Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel © A. Mac/A.G.
Jun 14 8:42pm @1.1.18 "..." Glad his son appreciated what it meant to his Dad. Silver lining.
Jun 14 7:52pm @1.1.16 "..." Wow, memories. I had a 340 Duster too.  Can't even remember if it was a 70, 71 or 72. I do remember it had the "340S" motor. Lot of gear, big old Mickey Thompsons. That medium blue with...
Jun 14 6:50pm @8.1.1 "..." LOL, I warned Brad about that. He had 2 reactions. 1) Disbelief, and 2) Nervousness. He's working on it and getting there.
Jun 14 6:45pm @1.1.14 Thank you for the curiosity and encouragement Raven Wing. It is at comment 8 below. Maybe this link will take you directly there....
Jun 14 6:42pm @1.1.13 Your creations always bring a smile to my face Raven Wing. Thank you.
Jun 13 11:27pm @6.1.2 "..." That is a very nice package Buzz.
Jun 13 11:24pm @9.1 Thank you Mac.
Jun 13 11:02pm @8 This will be a little mini series all in one post. After a bunch of stuff this happened. Tip of the hat to the professionalism of Brad, Russ and Leon.....
Jun 13 10:16pm @1.1.10 Thank you Mac. Thank you. Then I will post a mini series down below. It will be different. LOL.
Jun 13 9:35pm @1.1.8 You are very welcome Raven Wing. I always look forward to your next artwork and I am always pleasantly surprised. I enjoy pretty much all the art on Mac's threads. I would think most know by now,...
Jun 13 9:19pm @7.3 "..." I don't blame you. My maternal Grandparents had a stone house made in 1629. I still have a copy of the deed and how it was transferred from King George to William Tell and all the way down...
Jun 13 8:21pm @6.1 When I was young, I always wanted to hook up cameras to our telescopes, but never did. Based on this, maybe it is not necessary to team them up anymore?
Jun 13 8:19pm @5.1.2 I imagine he does have a number of really beautiful paintings. I imagine, it might be hard to beat the one you just posted, though.
Jun 13 8:01pm @5.1 What a picture. Fantastic image.
Jun 13 7:59pm @3.1.1 "..." LOL. Yep.
Jun 13 7:58pm @3.3 Yes, she has come a long way. Good work Kavika.
Jun 13 7:57pm @2.3 Great photo EG. You and a couple others here have that photographic talent.
Jun 13 7:55pm @1.1.6 Always such beautiful work Raven Wing.
The Worst Patients in the World

The Worst Patients in the World


Via: sandy-2021492  •  25 comments  •  5 days ago
For years,   the United States’ high health-care costs and poor outcomes   have provoked hand-wringing, and rightly so: Every other high-income country in the world spends less than America does as a share of GDP, and surpasses us in most key health outcomes. Recriminations tend to focus on   how Americans pay for health care , and on   our hospitals and physicians . Surely if we...
Jun 13 11:34pm @3.1.9 "..." I hear that from many folks who manage to kick the habit (addiction). Glad he could and I can understand his apologies to you and siblings. It was so normal years ago. I remember so many...
Jun 13 10:06pm @3.1.7 "..." Same here...well except for that summer between 3rd and 4th grade. I bought a pack from a vending machine and stashed it in a small clump of shrubs in a not so near by field, yet I...
I Want To Thank Perrie

I Want To Thank Perrie


By: JohnRussell  •  55 comments  •  3 days ago
I am creating this article for the purpose of thanking Perrie for everything she does for Newstalkers , and for being a great leader of this forum for 8 years. Lord knows it has not always been easy for her. There are times when the membership, the topics and the comments and even interactions of members can "try men's souls".  I imagine there are times when she feels up against it....
Jun 12 9:52pm @16 Good article John. I too agree and appreciate the sentiments you have expressed in this article and in yours and others comments. Good work Perrie. You are doing a great job.
What would you choose?

What would you choose?


By: MrFrost  •  85 comments  •  6 days ago
So, simple question... If you could choose to be any being, what would you choose? Fictional? Non-fictional? Fantasy? Science fiction? Over the eons of time, what would you choose to live as? Mammal, reptile, amphibian... Take your pick...
Jun 10 10:46pm @16.1 LOL, Jeanie, of course!
Jun 10 8:36pm @11 A combination of Montezuma "II" and Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen, thinking of an impact on the course of history.
Closest-known ancestor of today’s Native Americans found in Siberia

Closest-known ancestor of today’s Native Americans found in Siberia


Via: Kavika  •  30 comments  •  one week ago
Indigenous Americans, who include Alaska Natives, Canadian First Nations, and Native Americans, descend from humans who crossed an ancient land bridge connecting Siberia in Russia to Alaska tens of thousands of years ago. But scientists are unclear when and where these early migrants moved from place to place. Two new studies shed light on this mystery and uncover the most closely related...
Jun 10 10:07pm @1.3 "..." Interesting. That is the way it is going. If I understand correctly, this re-substantiates the wave, after wave, after wave theory. This is an interesting division between the ancient...
Jun 10 9:26pm @1.2.1 I think there is a degree of compelling evidence for that, both with regard to strains of vegetables and maybe some domesticated animals. Though, not hip on that Aryan aspect discussed.
A Dogs Life - Sometime it ain't so great.

A Dogs Life - Sometime it ain't so great.


By: Kavika  •  34 comments  •  5 days ago
When the owners of dogs die they frequently leave behind a pet that has no where to go and no provisions are made for it. It's a very sad situation.  One of the dogs wants to tell you his story.  Hi, my name is Zeus and I'm 11 years old now. I'm a pretty big fella, around 95 lbs and I'm a iron colored Pit Bull. Some people think that I'm really scary looking and dangerous. I'm really...
Jun 10 8:41pm @6.1.3 That is great. You know Kavika, being dogs are pack animals, it is not too far a stretch they consider themselves  members of your pack.
Jun 10 7:52pm @6.1.1 Good for you and Red. I am sure Zeus loves ever minute of it.
Jun 09 8:51pm @6 Sad story. Hope someone can provide Zeus a kind forever home for the time he has remaining.
CREATIVE ARTS GROUP THURSDAY/FRIDAY … June 6, 2019 … "D DAY"

CREATIVE ARTS GROUP THURSDAY/FRIDAY … June 6, 2019 … "D DAY"


By: A. Macarthur  •  11 comments  •  one week ago
D-DAY (June 6, 1944) In World War II on which Allied forces invaded northern France by means of beach landings in Normandy. © A. Mac/A.G.
Jun 09 9:28pm @9 No one from my family was there on that fateful, historical day, which must be considered one of the most significant turning points in history. May those who have passed Rest In Peace. May those...
Futuristic 'Flying V' airplane could change the way we fly

Futuristic 'Flying V' airplane could change the way we fly


Via: Perrie Halpern R.A.  •  31 comments  •  one week ago
Jun 09 2:06am @7.1.3 "..." Well, it's true...
Jun 09 2:06am @7.2.1 Now that's a good question.
Jun 09 2:04am @5.1.3 Well, this is true.
Jun 08 2:51pm @7.1.1 Some good points there. I know of at least one and I would bet there are many airfields where fairly acrobatic maneuvers are required on takeoff and landing. I have been nearly full sideways in a...
Jun 08 10:55am @7 We have long been fans of clipped wing deltas, why not a clipped wing, wing?
Jun 08 10:45am @5.1 LOL. Why stop at a V? Why not a flying W?
Common health beliefs not necessarily true

Common health beliefs not necessarily true


Via: Perrie Halpern R.A.  •  36 comments  •  2 weeks ago
Jun 07 2:24am @2.2.3 "..." Too funny. I wouldn't put it past some folks.
Jun 07 2:23am @2.1.3 I must confess Enoch, I did the most daring of things yesterday morning. I stopped and had a breakfast that might make Jay's look like a 5 star restaurant. Yes, I stopped at McDonald's and got a...
Jun 05 8:46pm @3.4.1 "..." It's whoever pays for the study...
Jun 05 8:44pm @3.5 Adding Wild boar to that. The other white game meat.
Jun 05 8:42pm @2.2.1 "..." Hold the bacon* for me and add another beer on the side. (* Short story: Older sis rented a room from me for a few years. Part of the deal for low rent was providing meals. I can't say...
Jun 05 8:30pm @2.1.1 LOL, the statement was left open to interpretation...
Jun 05 5:04am @2 "Carb up", "eggs are bad for you", "spinach is high in iron"...
Cherokee actor will receive an honorary Academy Award

Cherokee actor will receive an honorary Academy Award


Via: 1stwarrior  •  28 comments  •  one week ago
Santa Fe’s Wes Studi, a veteran Cherokee actor whose list of credits includes   Dances With Wolves   and   The Last of the Mohicans , in October will receive an honorary Academy Award for his lifetime of work. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences officials announced four Governors Awards recipients on Monday. Also receiving honorary awards will be directors David Lynch and Lina...
Jun 05 10:40pm @8.1 Beautiful.
Jun 05 10:36pm @7.1.7 Exactly. It boils down to the same old story of how Native Americans are viewed/treated/respected in the mainstream, regardless of the situation of the moment.
Jun 05 9:59pm @7.1.5 Agree, and with a real Academy Award.
Jun 05 9:34pm @7.1.3 Excellent, thank you for that Kavika. "..." I think it is a CYA bullshit award to cross some Ts and dot some Is in the PC realm for being cowards for having never recognized Wes for his actual...
Jun 05 8:54pm @7 I am glad he received some level of recognition for his years of superb performances. But what in an "Honorary" Academy Award?
THIS DAY IN HISTORY — JUNE 2, 1924: CONGRESS ENACTS THE INDIAN CITIZENSHIP ACT

THIS DAY IN HISTORY — JUNE 2, 1924: CONGRESS ENACTS THE INDIAN CITIZENSHIP ACT


Via: 1stwarrior  •  24 comments  •  2 weeks ago
On  June 2 , 1924, Congress enacted the Indian Citizenship Act, which granted citizenship to all Native Americans born in the U.S. The right to vote, however, was governed by state law; until 1957, some states barred Native Americans from voting. In a WPA interview from the 1930s, Henry Mitchell describes the attitude toward Native Americans in Maine, one of the last states to comply with the...
Jun 05 9:51pm @7 This situation is another one of those things that makes you go hmmmm? I spent enough time on my soap box on another article. I'll leave it at this.
High school track star runs to raise awareness for missing and murdered indigenous women

High school track star runs to raise awareness for missing and murdered indigenous women


Via: 1stwarrior  •  11 comments  •  2 weeks ago
Even without the three gold medals, one silver medal and the sportsmanship award she earned at the Class 1B state meet in Washington, Rosalie Fish would’ve been impossible to miss when she took to the track in late May. This was by design and it worked as flawlessly as her strides against the competition at Eastern Washington University’s campus. Fish, a member of the Cowlitz Tribe and...
Jun 05 9:27pm @9 In the first place, it is totally ridiculous how the situation came to be in the first place. People driven from their homes across as much as thousands of miles on foot, IN THE WINTER, as tens of...
D-Day Vets In Their 90s Parachute Into Normandy 75 Years Later, This Time To Cheers

D-Day Vets In Their 90s Parachute Into Normandy 75 Years Later, This Time To Cheers


Via: Kavika  •  12 comments  •  2 weeks ago
U.S. World War II D-Day veteran Tom Rice, from Coronado, Calif., parachutes in a tandem jump into a field in Carentan, Normandy, France, on Wednesday. Approximately 200 parachutists participated in the event, replicating a jump made by U.S. soldiers on June 6, 1944 — D-Day The first time Tom Rice jumped out of a plane over the Normandy coast, German...
Jun 05 8:50pm @2 Thank you for the article Kavika. What an anniversary. ...all the way.
Anti-Vaxxers are the Worst Kinds of People

Anti-Vaxxers are the Worst Kinds of People


Via: Thrawn 31  •  124 comments  •  6 days ago
Jun 03 9:27pm @5.3.1 Maybe taxes?
Jun 03 8:38pm @5.1.46 "..." Thank you Gordy. What I get out of that is, I don't want me or mine to be one of those red guys in the last graphic.
Jun 03 6:42pm @5.1.42 "..." Close, but mot exactly the answer to the context of the question. The other poster tried to take a pro vaccination article and turn it in to herd immunity declaration. I am curious for a...
Jun 03 7:56am @5.2.1 Yes, he was lucky. It was kind of shocking to see him skying down a glaciers one day and in a hospital bed with tubing and monitors hooked up to him a couple days later. He has worked hard with...
Jun 03 12:30am @5.1.10 "..." That's good.
Jun 02 7:36pm @5.1.6 Here is the paragraph with that reference: "..." In all honesty, I would like to know the definitions of "works". When I was much younger I suffered an injury that blew out L4 and L5. There I...
Jun 02 6:32pm @5.1.3 Just like birth control, vaccination are not 100%. More importantly, the very young will not have been vaccinated and will be more susceptible.
Jun 02 5:09pm @5.1.1 "..." I can understand why many have this mentality. It only takes a few who abstain from vaccinations to endanger the whole "tribe". The mentality comes from a sense of self preservation. For...
Jun 02 11:47am @5 At the risk of being categorized, as often I post a different perspective and some fail to read the full context, I will say few things in life are absolute. So, I know a fella who is a career...
A Man’s Perspective on Leggings

A Man’s Perspective on Leggings


Via: Bob Nelson  •  316 comments  •  2 weeks ago
A few weeks ago an Indiana mother wrote a letter to the Notre Dame University school newspaper, asking women not to wear leggings to Catholic mass. After sitting behind a group of girls in church with her four sons she wrote: I was ashamed for the young women at Mass. I thought of all the other men around and behind us who couldn’t help but see their behinds. My sons know better...
Jun 02 3:24pm @4.1.1 "..." Not true. They participated in the outer courtyard.
Jun 01 10:07pm @3.1.93 "..." Falls into the I don't know category.
Jun 01 9:39pm @8.3.22 Have a good time.
Jun 01 7:46pm @8.3.19 "..." Not sure I understand. Can you give examples?
Jun 01 3:19pm @3.1.91 "..." LOL, okay Vic, I am going to disagree with you on this one. Not a boy.
Jun 01 5:20am @3.1.89 "..." Thank you Trout. She's a looker in leggings too.
Why giant human-sized beavers died out 10,000 years ago

Why giant human-sized beavers died out 10,000 years ago


Via: Bob Nelson  •  13 comments  •  2 weeks ago
Now extinc t, the giant beaver was once a highly successful species. Scientists have found its fossil remains at sites from Florida to Alaska and the Yukon . A super-sized version of the modern beaver in appearance, the giant beaver tipped the scales at 100 kilograms. But it had two crucial differences. The giant beaver lacked the iconic paddle-shaped tail we see on today’s...
Jun 01 4:13pm @6.1 "..." WAS NOT A CULPRIT
Jun 01 1:44pm @6 "..." Hmmm? Mega fauna and some humans vanished in that same time period. Anyone remember Clovis People? Anyone also remember the Black Mat, below which the mega fauna and Clovis People existed...
Welcome To My Coming Out Party

Welcome To My Coming Out Party


Via: Eat The Press Do Not Read It  •  113 comments  •  2 days ago
For 77.6.16 years, like, perhaps, many of you, girls, I hid in the CLOSET, afraid to come out. But, not anymore. Today is the day!  Welcome to my Coming Out Party. Gifts, particularly large amounts of "cash" is always appreciated at these events.  Since I was a young lad, about nine years old. I knew I was destined for the "closet". I practiced when my folks and siblings were out of the...
Jun 01 4:09pm @7.2.3 "..." I agree in a way in that we should not be in a position where the ignorant run things, yet, administration, after administration, after administration too much of this happens. That said,...