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Started by bella! at 03,Dec,17 21:53  other posts of bella!
This is an extension of the RANDOM BULLSHIT thread which now can be found in the "dumpster". This thread is intended for random "stuff", thoughts, ideas, "intellectual" exchanges, discussions, etc.

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By bella! at 15,Dec,17 23:53 other posts of bella! 
Is tipping an American thing? Do European countries encourage tips?

By kebmo at 13,Dec,17 00:33 other posts of kebmo 
The voters of Alabama have told a radical right wing, xenophobic, homophobic, accused chlld molester that they don't want him to represent them in the Senate. That's a huge step in the right direction. Good riddance Roy Moore; the days of you and your ilk are numbered.
By veryshyguy at 13,Dec,17 16:07 other posts of veryshyguy 

By milesbferry at 13,Dec,17 19:02 other posts of milesbferry 
How many of the BBC News' 2000 self-proclaimed journalists could find Alabama on a blank map of the USA? Panic over, there's no need. Alabama is the headline on the BBC News website. Phew!

Apparently the Republican candidate Mr Moore has lost an election. The reason seems to be obvious in that he has been accused of impropriety by 3 women. This vaguely defined misbehaviour happened, if it happened at all, some forty years ago. Yet it comes not just to light, but to international prominence at what Cartier-Bresson called the "Decisive Moment".

It is merely coincidence, we are perhaps intended to believe, that this unsubstantiated accusation is pushed to the fore by the combined efforts of the MSM. Mr Moore is a Republican and a supporter of President Trump, who supports him. President Trump now has one fewer Repucblican in the Senate to vote for his policies.

The balance of democratic control of the most powerful country on the planet has been rocked by the unproven, and unprovable defamatory accusations coming from three people.
By kebmo at 13,Dec,17 20:07 other posts of kebmo 
Why would you waste your time and energy here telling the world how strongly you support an alleged ch1ld molester? That's exactly what you just did.

Oh, and NINE women, not three have made these accusations. When nine people make essentially the same allegations it sure adds some credence to it.

By bella! at 11,Dec,17 02:58 other posts of bella! 
This is an oddity that I believe is unique to the American people.

We (Americans) will say happy New Year, happy birthday, happy Halloween and Easter, etc, etc, so why do we bid others a merry Christmas?
By veryshyguy at 11,Dec,17 12:08 other posts of veryshyguy 
Never thought about it until now... Have no idea!!!
By bella! at 11,Dec,17 16:10 other posts of bella! 
Happy Anniversary, happy 4th of July, happy Sweetest Day and the "happy" list goes on and on.....

Dammit, I'm jumping ship, from now on it is going to be "Happy Christmas!"
By RealTitsLover at 11,Dec,17 23:33 other posts of RealTitsLover 
I think it's because it's so close to New Year's Eve, that we're always saying Merry Christmas and happy New Year together...

"We wish you a happy Christmas and a happy New Year" just doesn't sound as nice.

So far this year I've heard it once each way, "happy" from you, and "merry" from a Dutch person... Oh, and what the hell's Sweetest Day?
By bella! at 12,Dec,17 00:00 other posts of bella! 
It's always a Saturday in October. I'm not certain if it falls on the first, second or third Saturday.....

By bella! at 13,Dec,17 00:20 other posts of bella! 
Well, I agree, Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year", sounds odd together. Why not bid folks a Happy Christmas and a healthy/prosperous/wonderful/delightful (pick any word you like) New Year?

By Arexa at 11,Dec,17 16:44 other posts of Arexa 
I remember reading somewhere that it used to be merry Christmas elsewhere as well, but merry was synonymous with drunk, so they switched it to happy... I know how stubborn America is... Figured we were just too bolt headed to change it.
By veryshyguy at 11,Dec,17 17:37 other posts of veryshyguy 
"bolt headed"! Yup, you got that right!!! It takes forever for Americans to change their attitudes and pretty much anything else. We are not as progressive as many would think we are. In fact, if some or our wacked out politicians had their way they would have us regress back into the "stone age"!

Some of our "bolt headed" politicians would like to repeal all of the amendments to our constitution except the first 10 (which we call our bill of rights)!!!!

I guess they think slavery, and not allowing women the right to vote, etc. are okay.

By bella! at 11,Dec,17 20:59 other posts of bella! 
But aside from "merry" being synonymous with drunk, we say "Happy" for everything else.

Is there any holiday or occasion, other than Christmas, that we don't bid someone a "happy" something?
By Ray10754 at 11,Dec,17 21:31 other posts of Ray10754 
Why do we say Merry Christmas and not Happy Christmas?
No, not really. In Britain we tend not to use the phrase "happy holidays" but we use "happy Christmas" and "merry Christmas" interchangeably. ... British people first started saying "merry Christmas" because of the Charles Dickens novel "A Christmas Carol", where the term "merry Christmas" is used frequently.

By Andthisisme at 12,Dec,17 16:36 other posts of Andthisisme 
Could that have come about as a result of the Christmas carol "We wish you a merry Christmas"..that goes back to as far as 1740 evidently.

By bella! at 08,Dec,17 17:36 other posts of bella! 
Pope Francis wants to tweak the Lord's Prayer? Rather than saying; "Lead us not into temptation", he suggests that the prayer should be recited as; "Do not let us to fall into temptation".

Okie dokie!
By JustWill at 08,Dec,17 18:11 other posts of JustWill 
As a word guy, I totally agree with the Pope on this one. I've been saying that that line is wrong since I was an alter boy. The "lead us not into temptation" line has always seemed like a very bad translation because it suggests that God spends His (its?) time by intentionally trying to get people to do wrong. That doesn't entirely fit with the rest of His (her?) job description.
I'm no longer religious, but I know crappy phrasing when I see it.
By bella! at 08,Dec,17 21:15 other posts of bella! 
I get that and that seems to be the Pope's concern, too, but do you think that this Pope is influential enough to persuade the Catholic Church to re-write the Lord's Prayer?
By JustWill at 08,Dec,17 22:36 other posts of JustWill 
It's hard to make the church change anything but, if anyone can do it, it would be Francis.
By CountryCouple54 at 08,Dec,17 23:26 other posts of CountryCouple54 
Sorry, but it's all rubish to me.
By bella! at 08,Dec,17 23:55 other posts of bella! 
It's all rubbish? Why? Please explain your point of view.

By JustWill at 09,Dec,17 00:23 other posts of JustWill 
I'm not saying that I am a believer, CC54--not anymore at least (trust me, I have very specific reasons to be positive that there is no "higher benevolent power" watching over humanity),but I was raised Catholic, and some of that stuff stays with you regardless of how much life changes you.

For some people, prayer is what helps them get through the day and cope with all the incredibly shitty stuff that life tends to toss at them. If that's what helps them, I see no problem with it--provided they keep it to themselves and don't try to push their beliefs on me.

In this case, though, I wasn't talking about believing in the Lord's Prayer, but the fact that, as a piece of writing, that particular line as it has been recited for centuries doesn't fit with the intent of the rest of the prayer.

By leopoldij at 10,Dec,17 10:41 other posts of leopoldij 
It's not just rubbish, it's also trash, I'd say.

By twowarmtts at 11,Dec,17 11:54 other posts of twowarmtts 
I agree,,,,and i do believe in Jesus,,,and religion. My beef is with the priests, monks, and other heads of sects,,,they seem to be the best fed in the villages,,the ones that cause more deaths in the name of God,,and the ones that are the least religious to me,,

By HellRaiser13 at 09,Dec,17 01:55 other posts of HellRaiser13 
I for one would like to see “Rub a dub dub, thanks for the grub”, become the official meal time prayer.
By JustWill at 09,Dec,17 12:54 other posts of JustWill 
What do you say if it isn't very appetizing grub and you're not feeling very thanky for it?
By HellRaiser13 at 12,Dec,17 20:50 other posts of HellRaiser13 
Chuck in the trash?
By JustWill at 12,Dec,17 23:28 other posts of JustWill 
Funny you should say that. "Chuck" is what Ryan and I call the raccoon that raids our trash when we put it out for pick-up.

By Andthisisme at 09,Dec,17 13:29 other posts of Andthisisme 
As someone brought up on the King James Bible I am one of those 'old fogeys' who recites and enjoys the language of the traditional Lords Prayer. Here in the UK we have had other 'new fangled' versions which use more accessible language which is fine. I have no prblem with the change but the languageis just not in the same class.

By leopoldij at 10,Dec,17 10:40 other posts of leopoldij 
All kinds of churches are revising their (of course, unsubstantiated, arbitrary, contradictory, unenlightening) dogmas. They do that little by little or, sometimes, all at once. After all, there is 0 basis for any of their beliefs, so they can revise them any time. The problem is with the sheep who follow religions. The pope revises things in order to maintain the (political and financial) power of his church.
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By twowarmtts at 11,Dec,17 10:32 other posts of twowarmtts 
If we have free will, then the words don't matter. A prayer asking for protection is ok either way.

By veryshyguy at 11,Dec,17 00:38 other posts of veryshyguy 
A message for all of humanity in today's troubled times...

I wish my 2nd wife had lived long enough to know this group. I highly recommend seeing this group in concert, they are fantastic!

My 2nd wife was part native American.

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By twowarmtts at 11,Dec,17 10:26 other posts of twowarmtts 

By bella! at 10,Dec,17 00:06 other posts of bella! 
Okay, I was humming this Christmas song and thinking about the words. It hit me that I'm really not sure what the "correct" word is and I recognize both words seem to fit.

WITHOUT SEARCHING, in your opinion, what is the correct word for the song, Up On The House Top, is it;

Up on the house top reindeer PAWS.... OR

Up on the house top reindeer PAUSE?
By JustWill at 10,Dec,17 00:18 other posts of JustWill 
PAUSE would be my guess for two reasons:

1. Reindeer have HOOVES.
2. If they don't PAUSE, Santa would break his damn neck when he gets to the jumping out part.
By Dev01 at 10,Dec,17 06:34 other posts of Dev01 

By bella! at 11,Dec,17 01:05 other posts of bella! 
We had this discussion at work and oddly, it was pretty much a split opinion.

By sickboy2314 at 06,Dec,17 19:20 other posts of sickboy2314 
Hey, just popped in to say have a great Christmas to you all
By bella! at 06,Dec,17 23:37 other posts of bella! 
Hey, sick, good to hear from you! Hoping you and yours have a Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year!

By JustWill at 07,Dec,17 13:31 other posts of JustWill 
Back attcha, sickboy!

By alexblue at 09,Dec,17 02:49 other posts of alexblue 

By *jamie at 08,Dec,17 18:50 other posts of *jamie 
Any one sents the ball to someone then gets ban?
By bella! at 08,Dec,17 21:05 other posts of bella! 
I have to say that it doesn't surprise me. Some of the members seem to have a low tolerance for maybe interacting with others, I don't really know.

By veryshyguy at 07,Dec,17 16:17 other posts of veryshyguy 
I guess I am in a nostalgic mood today. Listening to songs that bring back memories:

This one was playing on the radio as I left WV, a few months after I divorced my first wife, a long time ago:

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Heading for a new and what would be a better life in CO!

What songs bring back good memories for you?
By bella! at 07,Dec,17 17:34 other posts of bella! 
I bet that song brings back so many memories, both good and not so good, v-shyguy.
By veryshyguy at 08,Dec,17 00:35 other posts of veryshyguy 
A lot of songs trigger a lot of memories both good and bad. When I first heard this song I had no idea who was singing it. When I discovered who it was and saw her pic I fell in love!!! She is the epitome, for me, of one cute babe!

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As for the memories, long lost loves of the ones who got away...
By bella! at 08,Dec,17 10:38 other posts of bella! 
I just Google'd Linda Ronstadt and found an interview she had with Robin Robertson in September, 2013, more than 4 years ago, when Linda was 67 years of age.

In my opinion, Linda Ronstadt looks the same. Yeah, she's put on weight but she's aged well and facially looks the same. Her voice seems to be aging her and she has been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.

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By veryshyguy at 08,Dec,17 11:27 other posts of veryshyguy 
Yes, I know. I feel for her as she really loved to sing and it was a large part of her life! As I understand it losing your ability to sing is part of having Parkinson's Disease. Parkinson is not a killer disease. My mom had it for years. My mom died from falling down and breaking her hip after that she went down hill fast.

I am sure Parkinson's surely has a part in it but it wasn't the primary cause.

As for the weight gain, it happens to us all!! I still see her as that cute babe those many years ago!!!

By veryshyguy at 08,Dec,17 00:39 other posts of veryshyguy 
P.S. I've quit dwelling on the bad, I'm too old for that, all I want are the good ones, the rest I am leaving behind.

By kebmo at 08,Dec,17 01:11 other posts of kebmo 
Check out lipstick79. Go to his recent comments and read how he just travels the site screaming photo shop. Check the comment I left in his public messages. I have almost 1800 photos to keep him searching for fakes.

By veryshyguy at 07,Dec,17 15:10 other posts of veryshyguy 
A couple of days ago I heard this song played on the radio:

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It brought back some very old and distant memories of an event that happened to me a very long time ago. A casual encounter with a very pretty and cute girl, that smiled at me. Yes, it was in a park. I had just been discharged from the service and I was making my way back home.

I saw her as she approached along a trail in a small city park. As she passed she looked at me and smiled and said "Hi! Nice day!". I think I said something like "Hi and yes it is a nice day!" We then **** of each other's lives.

I always wondered about these casual and brief encounters we all have almost every day.

I wonder who she was, what was her name, and what kind of life has she had over the years. Is she still alive and what would my life had been liked if I had spent the time to linger and talk with her.

I also wonder about the many people I have encountered over the years. I have been to every state in the US and in over 50 countries around the world in my lifetime.

And I wonder if I have every encountered any of you. Were you one of the people I may have passed in the airport, or saw in a restaurant, or passed on the road.

But that is not all that comes to my mind. Our "degrees of separation" from everyone. And here is one of mine, in how I am just 2 people removed from the late Robin Williams.

I happened with a brief encounter I had in the old Denver airport years ago. It was sometime in the mid to late 80s and I was taking a flight to LA for a business meeting. As I sat down I noticed a person sitting across from me. He looked familiar and then I realized it was Mark Harmon. At that time Mark Harmon was doing commercials for Coors beer.

I said something like "You look familiar, are you the guy doing Coors commercials?". He said something like, "Yup, that's me. My name is Mark". We then had a short conversation. He was heading to LA too.

Mark Harmon is married to Pam Dawber, and Pam Dawber costarred with Robin Williams in the old TV show "Mork and Mindy", so that is how I am just 2 people away from Robin Williams.

So I wonder how close in terms of personal relationships and friendship connections was I too that cute and pretty girl I passed years ago?

Just wondering!!!

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Have a great weekend everybody!
By bella! at 07,Dec,17 17:46 other posts of bella! 
I'm someone who has wondered, "What if......". I can't say that songs have triggered my strolls down memory lane but it has been proven that music will allow people with dementia and Alzheimer's to focus. I just hope that if either of those issues ravages my mind, that somebody selects a good play list for me and lets me reminisce and party my way back to my teens, 20's and early 30's. Yeah, those were the days....
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By veryshyguy at 08,Dec,17 00:49 other posts of veryshyguy 
Speaking of playlists, I think I'll compile the list of songs that I have on what I call my "Lonely Hour songs". These were songs I would put on during the night drives, between the hours of midnight to 5 am.

I call them the lonely hours because I would rarely see anyone on the roads at those hours and it would help me to pass the time.

Yes, I must admit I would sing along with them.

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By JustWill at 07,Dec,17 14:57 other posts of JustWill 
How's this for random?

By bella! at 07,Dec,17 17:47 other posts of bella! 
Gee, I thought you might be posting a link to a random picture of your wiener.
By JustWill at 07,Dec,17 18:09 other posts of JustWill 
There is nothing "random" about my wiener, thank you very much.

By CountryCouple54 at 04,Dec,17 22:35 other posts of CountryCouple54 
What are the things in life that brings tears to your eyes? For the wife and I there are 3. Each having a special place in our hearts. Hearing Scottish Bagpipes playing Amazing Grace, anyone singing Amazing Grace, and seeing a Bald Eagle flying free. What are yours?
By bella! at 05,Dec,17 00:31 other posts of bella! 

I've never seen a bald eagle soaring but I'm sure it's breathtaking.

I must admit, I'd heard bagpipes at funerals that I've attended for Detroit Police officers. I don't recall what they played but I'm sure that the bagpipes added to the somber atmosphere.

Tears come to my eyes when I read about or witness animal abuse/cruelty.

By Andthisisme at 07,Dec,17 08:59 other posts of Andthisisme 
Sorry to trivialise this but the ending of 'It's a wonderful life' with James Stewart. I watch it every Christmas and it gets me every time.

By routemaster at 07,Dec,17 04:05 other posts of routemaster 
A GREAT Christmas present for gay Australians. Their "government" has voted for same sex marriage. At last its the 21st Century in the Antipodes!

By bella! at 04,Dec,17 06:14 other posts of bella! 
I use Sprint as my cellular carrier and have noticed many more pop-up ads recently. Heck, if my phone is not in use for 15 to 20 minutes, when I pick it up, there's an ad rather then my designated screen saver. Has anyone else noticed this or would know why this is happening?
By Arexa at 04,Dec,17 08:30 other posts of Arexa 
I have T-Mobile, and face a similar problem, but the ads I get come from the keyboard I downloaded... I'm just too cheap for the premium keyboard subscription.

By HellRaiser13 at 04,Dec,17 09:35 other posts of HellRaiser13 
When I an android yes. Doesn’t happen on my iPhone.
By bella! at 04,Dec,17 09:41 other posts of bella! 
The ad pop ups just started about 4 days ago and my phone is an android.
By footluvrsgirl at 04,Dec,17 09:56 other posts of footluvrsgirl 
I have iPhone ~ I never get pop-up ads like that?!
By kebmo at 04,Dec,17 10:32 other posts of kebmo 
I use Telus for my iPhone in Canada and haven't seen any crap like that. Perhaps the offending company will be rewarded with a dick pic if they try that shit.
By PoloFields at 05,Dec,17 02:49 other posts of PoloFields 
Downloaded an app to my android last week that claimed it was for security (I only access this board at home, not my phone) and it was overwhelming me with ads, so I deleted it. No problems since.
By bella! at 06,Dec,17 23:36 other posts of bella! 
And that was my issue, as well......

I took my phone into a Sprint store and had one of the techs look at it. He fiddle farted with the phone for about 10 to 15 minutes and couldn't figure out "why" so he installed a Sprint app where you can text a Sprint person to trouble shoot for you. Fast forward 45 minutes......the pop-up adds were still coming thru but something must have clicked because the trouble shooter said something to the affect that I must have installed a new app. BINGO! I did and once I deleted the app, the problem was solved.

I've always said that I am technologically challenged and I meant it.

By JustWill at 04,Dec,17 13:00 other posts of JustWill 
Monkey hat fifteen blue.

That's the most random thing I could think of at the moment.
By bella! at 04,Dec,17 13:19 other posts of bella! 
That's mighty RANDOM!

By CountryCouple54 at 04,Dec,17 14:27 other posts of CountryCouple54 
Sounds like the QB calling an audible.

By kebmo at 04,Dec,17 21:06 other posts of kebmo 
BINGO !!!!

By Arexa at 04,Dec,17 19:33 other posts of Arexa 
Anyone play Game of Thrones: Conquest? It's a mobile game. And I'm addicted. 😍

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By bella! at 03,Dec,17 21:56 other posts of bella! 
I find the GEICO commercials too funny!

The triangle solo;

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Casual Friday at Buckingham Palace;

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