"I never liked heights. Then while in college I worked for a physics professor as a lab assistant. We were installing a dilution refrigerator for low temp experiments and I had to install a hoist motor on the ceiling about 30 feet up.…"
"I used to say I was afraid of heights. Then I went skydiving 3 times and decided I'd never again be allowed to say I was afraid of heights.
The only things I'm afraid of now are bad economic and political trends, as I'm sure we…"
"I was a little wuss growing up. Couldn't swim, slightly afraid to. Afraid of interaction with girls for a few teenage years. I think it left when my grandpa put me on the spot once (trying to embarrass me, I think). Afraid of heights, that is,…"
"Kind of wrong there Bob. I know a whole lot of young men who live in a city and WORK hard. And yes they know and knew at a very young age about death and dying and some of them have the wounds to prove it. Some make it some…"
"From east Texas -- part of the deep South when we want it to be -- it doesn't look to me like the South is losing much of anything. Much less their heritage. If anything, Southern culture is spreading, not dying. At this…"
""...and living by a code... a whole lot depends on which code you live by."
Well, yes. One of the key tenets in the article Brett posted was to be of service to mankind. I'm sure that the believers in the Caliphate that…"