Edward Warden
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Edward Warden replied to Peter O'Reilly's discussion Every Time You Finish A Book, Post The Title Here in the group Book Group
"I've read everything by Grisham and Grafton, and have just started Evanovich's fourth Stephanie Plum. Of the first three, "Three for the Money" was my favorite."
Mar 24
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Mar 24
Edward Warden replied to Ameretta's discussion Should I kill Myself Because I am a black woman?
"No, you should not kill yourself because God's love is bigger than any problem that we face."
Mar 24
Edward Warden replied to Pale Horse's discussion Favorite Southern Gospel Songs and Hymns in the group Christian Men
"To God Be the Glory, Fairest Lord Jesus, and It is Well with My Soul"
Mar 24
Edward Warden replied to Silviu Popescu's discussion Resources for employing swimming as a fitness activity
"I used to use kickboards and leg immobilizers to help me when I started. You might want to see if your pool has those, and lessons help, too. Good luck."
Jan 9
Edward Warden replied to Silviu Popescu's discussion Resources for employing swimming as a fitness activity
"I always thought swimming was good for my abs. Unfortunately, I got out of the habit several years ago when I went to Iraq for nine months and swimming was not an option."
Jan 8
Edward Warden joined Supplement X's group
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Supplements & Nutrition

For men who want to talk supplements & nutrition.See More
Jan 8
Edward Warden commented on Spencer Clarkson's group Pushup fans
"A book called "7 Weeks to 100 push-ups" got me to and past that number, although I've come to prefer doing fewer while concentrating on form. I'm 54, and did 75 with good form at the start of my workout Tuesday night. I might get…"
Dec 29, 2016
Edward Warden replied to Peter O'Reilly's discussion Every Time You Finish A Book, Post The Title Here in the group Book Group
"I just finished Grisham's latest, "The Whistler." It took me a little while to get into it, but it's probably the best of the three of his I've read this year."
Dec 27, 2016
Edward Warden joined Bryan Wells's group
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Latin

A group for those interested in the history of the Latin language and those who see it's benefits in a modern world.
Nov 20, 2016
Edward Warden replied to Mongoose's discussion Gymgoing on Vacation? in the group Exercise
"Nine days sounds like a long time to me. I missed six days back in September when my mother was hospitalized, and it took me a while to catch up. I read once that you should do 50 push-ups on days you can't make it to the gym. I wish I would…"
Nov 18, 2016
Edward Warden commented on Stephen Farrar's group The Armed Forces
"A belated Happy Birthday to the Marine Corps, too."
Nov 12, 2016
Edward Warden replied to Peter O'Reilly's discussion Every Time You Finish A Book, Post The Title Here in the group Book Group
"The last one I finished was "X" by Sue Grafton."
Oct 19, 2016
Edward Warden replied to Pun-Daddy's discussion Introduction and Virtual Handshake
"Good luck I seminary. I graduated in 2000."
Oct 13, 2016
Edward Warden commented on Stephen Farrar's group The Armed Forces
"Happy Navy Birthday"
Oct 13, 2016
Edward Warden replied to Sir's discussion Involving non-Christians in prayers in the group Christian Men
"Yes. It may surprise you to learn about another's faith. When I was in Iraq, one of my sailors lost a child back home. I talked about this with the Pagan lay leader on the base, and she told me that she mourned the death of the child and told…"
Oct 13, 2016

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reading and working out
Books
Babbitt and The Catcher in the Rye
Music
Tchaikovsky's 1st; Rachmaninoff's 2nd and 3rd; Chopin; Beethoven's Symphiny Pathetique

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Tarquin Anstruther replied to Drew's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"horrendous for someone trying to make a life for themselves"
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Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Sir's discussion Polarization, "violent rhetoric" in the group The Great Debate
"That would be ideal. Somewhere along the line we seem to have lost respect for one another, and the desire to find a common ground. Nothing works when people won't find a common thread with which to build from..."
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Lumberjoe replied to Drew's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"Classic "guest worker" arrangement?"
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Braeden 2.0 posted a discussion

The Horror of Day to Day Life

I was thinking about how with a change in perspective and the tone of language we used to describe something, we can easily make many day to day things into warped horror movie premises. Examples:When we eat meat and seafood, we are eating corpses. The terms meat and seafood basically exist because saying that we are eating corpses or flesh is really unpleasant sounding. We also say meat "went bad" or "spoiled" because actually describing it as flesh that has decomposed more than what we are…See More
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David F. replied to Nick Martens's discussion Sleeping On The Ground
"Sounds like you where lacking kit, and using alcohol to lower your body temperature. I'm glad the worst of it was a cold night.    "
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Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Drew's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"Thank you. I don't really understand how it works, so I appreciate you going into detail about how being in the EU has affected you and your community."
6 minutes ago
Tarquin Anstruther replied to Drew's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"Of course there are people there who are not rich. I'm not referring to Swiss people, I'm referring to people from other countries wanting to live there. There are people mainly from Turkey living there doing menial jobs but they are all…"
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Lumberjoe replied to Lumberjoe's discussion Some People Dislike The New LGBTQ(etc.) Pride Flag Because Racism in the group The Great Debate
"Re: Liam's comment, It also depends on how the program was framed from the get-go. My understanding of AA is that it's pure numbers and often leads to tokenism ("this guy's not qualified but I need X blacks on the crew to be…"
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