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What Is Your Favourite Quotation?

What Is Your Favourite Quotation?


By: Buzz of the Orient  •  120 comments  •  13 hours ago
What is Your Favourite Quotation? This is probably a good time to share the messages that can bring hope, joy or inspiration — a line from a book, a short verse of poetry, words from a speech or song lyrics you love. You can never know who might find comfort in those words, as well as you.. It's hard for me to choose, there are so many that I cannot break the tie. "Don't...
Jan 25 4:38pm @61 Here are a few. Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice (if you seek a beautiful peninsula, look about you)-Motto on the flag of the State of Michigan. "Congress is the only distinct...
Songs with Men's names in the title.

Songs with Men's names in the title.


By: Wheel  •  106 comments  •  one week ago
Everyone knows there are hundreds of songs with women's names in the title. How about some with men's names? I'll start with a couple: Tom Dooley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3zdE8bliGI Eli's Coming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8SRD0FK2EE
Jan 21 8:59am @8.1 Far Out John.  A triple.
Jan 20 6:30pm @40 Here's one.  Old Australian folk song named Ned Kelly.  Ned Kelly was a bushranger (outlaw) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOa3HwGdm1c
On the Road Again … Creative Arts Thursday/Friday

On the Road Again … Creative Arts Thursday/Friday


By: A. Macarthur  •  31 comments  •  one week ago
We will be on the road for a few days following a GOOD REPORT re: my wife's health! Not sure how closely I'll be monitoring the thread, but, post your creative stuff and be kind to one another. Harlan's Hawk © A. Mac/A.G.
Jan 16 9:12pm @5.2 He needs to tilt the hat to the side just a bit.  You can't be the big dog on the block if you don't wear your hat at just the right angle.  Just look at Crosby and Astaire.  They would have been...
Wait — did liberals actually think they'd remove Trump from office?

Wait — did liberals actually think they'd remove Trump from office?


Via: Nerm_L  •  62 comments  •  2 weeks ago
Democrats have become too conventional.  The obvious political strategy has been to stir up public outrage, run a few polls, and declare political victory.  That is in keeping with the political conventional wisdom of viewing the President as a heroic figure whose heroic status can be tarnished by throwing mud.  That has been the political status quo since forever.  Democrats have been...
Jan 13 5:40pm @3.2.31 "..." Except that far fewer people do have jobs than they did then, and to those people price doesn't matter since they can't afford to buy anything.  Their jobs were the ones sent overseas.  Or...
Jan 13 12:59pm @3.2.9 "..." Yes, the choice is very easy.  If you don't have a job, the only choice is to not buy at all, no matter what the price savings are.
Jan 13 11:44am @3.2.4 "..." And to whom are they going to sell them?  Ender, what you're missing is that Henry Ford was right over 100 years ago when he said that your workers ARE your customers.  If the American...
The Stars may be aligned for Bloomberg

The Stars may be aligned for Bloomberg


By: Vic Eldred  •  31 comments  •  2 weeks ago  •  LOCKED
The Iowa Caucus is only 3 weeks away. The democratic party is still torn between the moderate elements who seek somebody who can beat Donald Trump and the more radical wing which simply wants to vote for those candidates who share their world view. It's an old story for the party. Moderate democrats force themselves to be pragmatic and the extremists simply vote for those whom they fall in...
Jan 13 11:55am @3.2.3 "..." Probably just as well since his policies and ideas, based on his past performance, is to rule every aspect of our lives.  I'm no fan of politicians of any stripe but at least the...
An important message for my old friends on here from Randy

An important message for my old friends on here from Randy


By: Randy  •  29 comments  •  2 weeks ago
I just want my old friends on here to know that my wife of 26 years, Joan Luise, passed away peacefully in her sleep last night of heart disease after being home for the past 5 months on Hospice Care.
Jan 12 3:36pm @9 I'm so sorry to hear about that Randy. "..." It always seems to work that way.  Even when you know that it's imminent, it's still a surprise and a shock. Best of good wishes to you.
Living A Nightmare----How Long Can We Survive As A Rogue Nation

Living A Nightmare----How Long Can We Survive As A Rogue Nation


By: DocPhil  •  170 comments  •  2 weeks ago
All rhetoric aside, this nation is in trouble. We seem to be inextricably divided into two opposing factions that can not or will not reach common ground on almost any issue. 51% of the nation believes that this President and his administration are rogue or illegal actors on both the international and national stage, while a fairly stable 44% of the population believes wholeheartedly that the...
Jan 12 7:33am @1.1.11 "..." Not even close to the mark.  He just showed that he still had a set and that the US isn't going to be pushed around.
Trump, at Ohio rally, says Democrats would have leaked Soleimani attack plans

Trump, at Ohio rally, says Democrats would have leaked Soleimani attack plans


Via: Donald J. Trump fan 1  •  116 comments  •  2 weeks ago
Jan 10 7:36pm @5.1.17 "..." Correct.  Which term is applied depends on which side the speaker is on.  If you're on the American side, Solemani was a terrorist.  If you're on the Iranian side, he was a freedom fighter....
Humor: Can This Teenager Use a Rotary Phone?

Humor: Can This Teenager Use a Rotary Phone?


Via: Krishna  •  28 comments  •  3 weeks ago
The internet has made so many things obsolete, like maps, phone books, and rotary phones. Ellen was curious to see how young people would function without the world wide web, so she challenged a 17-year-old to use all three... creating hilarious results.
Jan 07 2:53pm @5 Trying to put in an ampersand might be a bit difficult.  I noticed that the phone she's using is, although a rotary model, made of newer materials.  With an original rotary phone, her biggest...
Bloomberg blasts Sanders' 'outrageous' claim that Soleimani strike was an 'assassination'

Bloomberg blasts Sanders' 'outrageous' claim that Soleimani strike was an 'assassination'


Via: KDMichigan  •  166 comments  •  2 weeks ago
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg balked at fellow 2020 candidate and Sen. Bernie Sanders' suggestion that President Trump carried out an "assassination" when he ordered a lethal strike on Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani. When asked about the descriptor, Bloomberg said: "If he was talking about killing the general ... this is a guy who had an awful amount of American blood on his...
Jan 05 7:48pm @4.1.30 "..." The term I used, quite deliberately, was "making war on the US".  War in today's world doesn't bother with the politeness involved in a formal declaration, nor is it necessary.  Just...
Jan 05 6:28pm @4.1.14 "..." Most interesting Bob.  By your definition of "assassination", and your assignment of responsibility, the killing of Admiral Yamamoto in April of 1943 was an assassination and the...
Jan 05 6:11pm @3.1.12 "..." Not quite everything Raven.  Far as I can remember (and my memory is pretty good for stuff like that) no one tried to railroad an impeachment of Obama through the Congress.  Doing something...
Baghdad Rocket Attack kills Iranian MIlitary Leaders including Gen Qassim Soleimani, reports say

Baghdad Rocket Attack kills Iranian MIlitary Leaders including Gen Qassim Soleimani, reports say


Via: Donald J. Trump fan 1  •  115 comments  •  4 weeks ago
All thanks to our President for being involved in and approving this attack against top Iranian terrorist leadership.  The man responsible for the killing of hundreds of Americans is now dead.  
Jan 03 12:03pm @6.7 "..." Ask yourself whether the personnel in the Solomon Islands in April of 1943 felt safer after the P-38's took out Admiral Yamamoto. Answer:  It wasn't their job to feel safe; it was their job...