Kit the Odd
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Kit the Odd replied to Ameretta's discussion Should I kill Myself Because I am a black woman?
"However, it now sounds like that was an unintentional red herring.  I guess you were using those merely as specific examples of what you feel is a more general, even worldwide, problem."
yesterday
Kit the Odd replied to Sir's discussion Class in the group The Great Debate
"You may be over-analyzing, but you certainly aren't the only one in that situation. I totally understand about the shoes.  One thing that helps(?) me spend the money on nicer shoes is to think of dress shoes as tools for my job. …"
yesterday
Kit the Odd replied to Sir's discussion Class in the group The Great Debate
"I'll have to think about this some more, but one things comes to mind right off. The volatility of the classes makes for some of the mismatches you mention.  Purely income-wise I grew up probably somewhere between middle-class and…"
Wednesday
Kit the Odd replied to Ameretta's discussion Should I kill Myself Because I am a black woman?
"I'm not sure what I could say to help, although I'd like to.  It sounds like you are dealing with some specific problems that feel like general ones.  I don't know what your experiences are, but they sound…"
Wednesday
Kit the Odd replied to Apollyon's discussion Job Anxiety - Afraid of getting/keeping a job?
"Well, you ended up in what seems to me to be one of the worst possible jobs for someone with social anxiety.  Unfortunately, it is also one of the easy jobs to actually get. I agree with looking for help dealing with the…"
Monday
Kit the Odd replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion What do you do to prepare for General Conference? in the group LDS Men
"Watch at home with the whole family for the 4 general sessions.  Food, especially rice crispy treats, will be involved.  Priesthood session at the church building. Lots of notes.  LOTS of notes. And the priesthood quorums usually…"
Mar 13
Kit the Odd replied to Sir's discussion Carving out a place on a bookshelf
"For a bracket that size you could probably use a knife and a chisel.  Cut on the outline of the bracket just deep enough and the remove the wood with a chisel. But a dremel with a router attachment is probably the easiest answer."
Mar 3
Kit the Odd replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
"I totally agree with that being unacceptable.  Even if she's old enough to have been around when that was not socially unacceptable, she should still know by now.  Even if she thinks it isn't a big deal, she should still be…"
Mar 1
Kit the Odd replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
"No, I agree.  One of the important things is for Kid A to learn what bothers Kid B and not do it.  If Kid A keeps doing the same thing to Kid B after being told it hurts them then Kid A is doing it intentionally or needs to be…"
Mar 1
Kit the Odd replied to Lumberjoe's discussion Can we agree that . . .
"Maybe their dress uniforms are the appropriate shade of blue?  :) I've got to admit to being really curious about what is causing the white eyes effect."
Feb 28
Kit the Odd replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
"I basically agree with what you are saying.  The only concern I have is this statement: I look at this is the same context as one of my kids doing something that hurts another.  Very often the hurt one is angry and wants to…"
Feb 28
Kit the Odd replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
"I think that the kind of reaction you mention is an over-reaction...to that specific incident.  In the overall context it is completely understandable.  There is, of course, a difference between being intentionally offensive or derogatory…"
Feb 28
Kit the Odd replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
"Fair enough, I did misinterpret that a bit. I do think that while people outside the group may not have the right to determine if something hurts or is offensive, that it can be very difficult for people when different individuals or subgroups…"
Feb 28
Kit the Odd replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Altoids tin Manliness Kit for 12 Year Olds
"Makes me wonder if there is a way to run the LDS Gospel Library app off a thumb drive.  The church does have "servicemen's" editions of the scriptures that are quite small, but not Altoid's tin small. Maybe add a CTR…"
Feb 19
Kit the Odd replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Altoids tin Manliness Kit for 12 Year Olds
"While I think this is intended to be more of a coming-of-age gift rather than and EDC kit, I do think that a thumb drive filled with important stuff would be cool.  With the storage you can easily get these days you could fill it with world…"
Feb 17
Kit the Odd replied to Sir's discussion Racking
"One option that would give you the strength, stability, and squareness you want would be to put a back on just the bottom shelf or two.  That gives you the structural benefits of a back without covering the wall anywhere near eye level."
Feb 17

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At 11:49am on September 20, 2014, Herb Munson said…

Hey Odd, welcome to The Great Debate. You've come to the right place! lol 

 
 
 

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