"I would also state that—in the company of a disappointing majority—said establishment fails to utilise water possessing enthalpy sufficient in order to steep black teas.
Such would be much akin to attempting a brew of the beastly…"
"My husband and I both wear wrist watches. They are much more convenient for us than a phone for our primary timepieces. He wears a digital Armitron and mine is a basic analog, water resistant Timex Indiglo.
Our two older sons (20 &…"
"My husband and I are together most of the time since he was let go a few years ago. It works out since he is an owl and I am a lark, so we do get some quiet time. Lately I have added a few noncouple things because I felt stagnant.
"The only time it is an issue for me is if I get up to use the loo in the middle of the night and I don't notice the seat is up. That cold porcelain is a real eyeopener! This is not something I blame on my husband."
"Excellent points. #4 is a concern, but as he gets older it has diminished greatly.
I have planted the seed that there are many ways he can serve as a civilian. He is very concerned with how soldiers deal with returning stateside after combat. I told…"
"I don't want to discourage him, but I want to make sure he is fully informed. I have an appointment to speak with in JROTC instructor after Thanksgiving and everyone input will help me know what to discuss with him.
Thank you for the thoughtful…"
"I had similar experiences during many visits to Korea. Out in public I often felt invisible and disconnected from everything or when I was noticed it was as a foreigner. Inside the bathhouse, however, I was just another naked guy and…"
"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
"What's your documentation to prove that water is wet? Studies show that water is composed of hydrogen and oxygen molecules--both of which are gases. In fact, at different temperatures, water itself can be solid, gaseous, or even a…"
"OK. You want Latin, there's a parish nearby that celebrates the Tridentine Rite. Somehow, I don't think God cares what language you worship in.
For that matter, part of the Latin Liturgy is actually said in Greek..."
"That's interesting about the first breath being the start of life. When I worked in paeds we'd get called to the delivery room if the baby was coming out covered in meconium (fetus poop). If the baby came out not crying you'd have to…"
"The economist did a good article on this a year or so ago. They looked at the amount of startups and growing companies around the world and found the majority of them coming from the USA. They argued that the USA was still a better land of…"
"Incorrect. Not only is a person not a "life" until he breaths his first breath (Gen 2:7; Ex 21:22-23/Lev 27:6), but Jewish law forbids the mourning of a child which did not live for 31 days (Rambam) because they are worthless and not…"