David F.
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Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs.

Started this discussion. Last reply by David F. on Tuesday. 4 Replies

Given some of the discussions I thought this might be of interest.http://i.imgur.com/DMmdkbo.png…Continue

Civilization Restart Garden

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Shelton Oct 1. 77 Replies

In discussing Bug Out/In Bags and what to plan to do if one has an epic emergency and of course the sliding scale of emergences I am reminded that I don’t have the skills or knowledge to restart…Continue

Math and Zombies

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64Q1EE6EHwELooks like PBS NOVA is having fun mixing math and Zombies.I thought some would find this funContinue

Signed up for the Gym. Asking for a Clue.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shane Jul 26. 88 Replies

So my wife and I signed the family up for the Gym. It is a University Gym and it is stocked with more geegads then I have a clue about. Frankly I don’t have a clue about anything Gym related.Goal for…Continue

 

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David F. replied to Regular Joe's discussion Next In Court: The Christian Student Job Applicant VS The Norse Viking Employer in the group The Great Debate
"Well it is a side swipe at the opened can of worms that the american supreme court has caused.  The issue is there is no clear line on where sincerely held religious beliefs of private companies end vs employment law. Of course this is…"
yesterday
David F. replied to Regular Joe's discussion Next In Court: The Christian Student Job Applicant VS The Norse Viking Employer in the group The Great Debate
"Yep I have no clue about Canadian law. "
yesterday
David F. replied to Regular Joe's discussion Next In Court: The Christian Student Job Applicant VS The Norse Viking Employer in the group The Great Debate
"Are you sure it would be illegal? Could they not state their "sincerely held religious belief" that her christian practice means she is not qualified to work for them?  "
yesterday
David F. replied to Jack Bauer's discussion "Sexual assault", iconic photos, and French feminists ... in the group The Great Debate
"My take is that this doing so white washes history.  Would we call is sexual assault now? I don't know nor do I care to argue that point.  However clearly at THAT TIME it was with in the realm of celebration actions.  The hard…"
yesterday
David F. replied to Nick's discussion Th lonely life of full-time pastors
"I'm not qualified to advise beyond this.  My faith tradition is highly structured with a clear chain of authority.  With this comes the ability for the pastors to ask for help.  Reach out to the elders in your faith and talk to…"
Thursday
David F. replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"Not fully trusted.  More trusted then distrusted. You are over reading it I think. The idea that you think you can trust them better then 50% is an easier bar then trust 90%+, which is my idea of "fully trusted". "
Wednesday
David F. replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"A lot of people use them as a news filter.  "
Wednesday
Native Son replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"If you really need a graph to figure out that folks only trust news media that fits their politics or personal feelings on "social justice," you are quite naive.  The "crusading paper" or the "tool of the capitalists…"
Wednesday
Will replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"I suppose it was inevitable that dismissing bad science would be interpreted as an attack on the scientific method instead.  But I'm always blindsided by that sort of thing. Maybe, one day, we can have people think of science…"
Tuesday
Will replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"I left them on because they aren't presented as opinion shows or as a <fill-in-the-ideology> voice.  I didn't leave them on because I respect them as news sources!"
Tuesday
Steve Dallas replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"Both of those channels had the conservatives and the liberals complete opposite, so I figured it would split those in the mixed category rather than have them fully trusting both channels"
Tuesday
Jack Bauer replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"That is a gross oversimplification.  The amygdala is associated with more than just fear.  It is associated with decision-making, including the processing of emotion and memory.  Not only 'fear', but processing all emotion…"
Tuesday
Regular Joe replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"Conservatives tend to have a bigger amygdala, the part of the brain related to fear and anxiety. Liberals tend to have more grey matter in the anterior cingulate cortex, the part of the brain associated with dealing with…"
Tuesday
Travis Spuhler replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"What's sad is that you left Colbert and Daily Show on their.... I don't think they bill themselves as news. They don't bill themselves as ideologically, or opinionated either. I think they really do "try" to bill themselves…"
Tuesday
David F. replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"How so? "
Tuesday
Rick Shelton replied to David F.'s discussion Pew Research on Trust of News Orgs. in the group The Great Debate
"Is it "I'm afraid you're right"?  Or is that "I'm afraid, you're right"?"
Tuesday

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At 11:56am on February 26, 2014, Bob Giraldi said…

Thank you as well for your kind words.

At 9:06pm on December 19, 2013, Herb Munson said…

Better late than never! lol Welcome to The Great Debate.

At 9:31am on May 27, 2011, Steve M said…

David, I noticed that you didn't put your name on the members map, I was just looking to find out how close you were to the tornado that ripped through TUSCALOOSA, Alabama. Did you suffer any from that tornado?

Then I realized I went right by your fair city when I was escaping Hurricane Katrina. I was going to friends in Tupelo.  At the time I was living in Pass Christian.

At 7:39pm on January 8, 2010, Michael J. Austin said…
Hello and welcome to the site !!!!
At 1:24pm on January 8, 2010, Brett McKay said…
Welcome to the Community, David! Glad to see you already starting discussions.
At 11:42am on January 8, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there David. Welcome to AoM. Also, thought I'd give you a friendly invite to check out my new group The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you aboard.
 
 
 

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Joshua Wolf replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
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Will replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"AFAIK, every fraternal order accepts young men.  Knights of Columbus accepts starting at age 18.  Freemasons, it's 18 or 21.  Elks and Moose, 21.  Oddfellows, 16.  Rotary, 18.  You have plenty of options."
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Joshua Wolf replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"What other organization\fraternal orders? I agree fraternal orders exist and serve some of the purposes I describe, but not for young men.  "
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