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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by drdln, Jun 17, 2011.
Neither - hate them
why are most social media messages about food?
What else is there to talk about? Seriously, people feel the need to tweet or update everything they do but what are they doing? not much. So they eat and talk about what they're eating.
Had enough of winter yet?
no but I sure have had enough of the heat
No, it's only January!
I'm so sick of winter, bitter cold and snow.
Dumbest thing you've seen on the news today?
I didn't watch the news today
Don't you find the news thoroughly depressing?
Toronto mayor, Rob Ford, was late for a speech because he was stuck in the elevator...
And Justin Bieber is a shitty driver.
Yes,most of the time, but I prefer the depressing stuff over the stupid stuff that passes for journalism.
Tell me, what are you doing right now? (And say something besides being on this forum!)
um finding books to read ... not that I don't already have a looooong list of stuff to read, but I can't help myself. There is so much that is interesting! I need 48 hours in a day!
Are there enough hours in a day?
There are never enough, but give me 48 hours and I'd just drop dead.
What's the view like outside your window?
right now .. can't see anything its dark
but tomorrow there will be some grass (somewhat dead in this heat) some trees and some houses over theeeere.
The road, and the houses, and the (broken) tree in front. Down a little ways you can see the school yard; the other way you can see the shops. And, of course, everything is covered in glorious, glorious snow.
Which is your favourite? sea pig, sea cucumber, sea slug, or seaweed.
(I clearly left out sea horse on porpoise.)
now that is a remarkably random question LOL actually its kind of hard to choose sea pigs are cute, sea cucumbers and sea slugs come in wide and wonderful set of shapes and colours and seaweed is very useful, often pretty and good for you.
which would you rather explore - the ocean depths or space?
The ocean depths. There's so much of the ocean we haven't explored, and life we haven't discovered. It's thrilling to know you're still on Earth, but seeing a place where no one has ever seen before.
In comparison, space is vastly empty, and distance is measured in light-years of all things! The likelihood of finding life is minimal too... I just think that living things are so much more exciting to study than rocks in outer space.
Space, environment technology I think will be big, the International Space Station is paving the way for bigger projects. Again.
neither but I will enjoy watching the results of other people's exploration.
Tidy your cupboards (closets) or tidy the garage?
The garage, of course. Men do not tidy cupboards ..... .
and your next question is?
Oh, sorry Meadow, I'm afraid I was not up to the mark on the thread rules.
OK ..... let's see .... what is your credit card number? ... JUST KIDDING .... God !!!!
Let's continue with YOUR question please ..... Tidy your cupboards (closets) or tidy the garage?
naah no worries people often forget
neither both sound like far too much work in this heat!
FYI my cc # is 11234get1t
why do sci-fi fantasy writers always depict planets with two or more moons as idyllic when the conflicting tidal pulls must create some insane effects?
Well... one also has to consider the relative distance of the moons, their orbits and the geographical features of the planet they're orbiting which could create all manner of conditions including peaceful. I think more than one moon is pretty and calming, perhaps sci-fi writers do too.
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