Everytime I hear Tim Mcgraws "Live Like You Were Dyin' " it sends chills down my back. It makes me think of my mom, and the many years she fought various types of cancer.I was wondering if you have…Continue
"For me, there are a number of songs that act on me in this way:
'Moon River' by Henry Mancini and 'Remember When' by Alan Jackson - These were both songs we played during a slide show at my late grandmother's funeral. The…"
"Two songs for the time in my life that lead me to study this site;
"One Life to Love" - by 33 Miles (Weird... it's a Christian song, but I am a rationalist)
"Do I" - by Luke Bryan (also not a country…"
"I kind of find that Ashokan Farewell is so associated with the Civil War because to the series, as Ashokan is in the Catskill Region of NY, no where near where the war was fought
One that always chokes me up a bit is "NY state of…"
"It has its advantages and disadvantages, but mostly I consider it a big plus.
The world is changing. For example, when I first lived in Washington, DC 20+ years ago, the community was divided and polarized by just two cultures, white and…"
"I think he's setting himself up for a sunset career running the big, fat, stupid cake-hole under his nose opining about politics to the sizable knuckle-dragger fan base he has.... kinda like Sarah Palin"
"Whats this metric your using to say so many people have pulled themselves by there bootstraps? By American standards the majority of the world still lives in poverty. People love to regail anecdotes of there great grandparents who came here with…"
"Thanks Shane for the statistics you gave me. You'll see from the earlier part of this post that I found a lot of statistics from Wikipedia, which another member suggested.
This isn't about what I think about your country, but what you…"
"I suppose one could look at the level of consciousness I described and consider that a type of privilege. But that privilege is not dependent on race, gender, or wealth.
As for the bootstrap concept, what makes you think its a myth when so many…"