The Z.
The Z. answered Sudo the Dragon's question

Personally, I don't care to persuade you about anything. As one so deeply entrenched in a sappy delusion of fancying yourself a fictional creature, you are beyond any hope I would have in that pursuit.

War is the pinnacle of evil, the ultimate failure of reason and diplomacy; cowards and children run and hide from … Read more

Walt O'Reagun
Walt O'Reagun answered Sudo the Dragon's question

I would say war is neither courageous nor cowardly.
It is a thing ... A state of being.

People are courageous or cowardly.
Politicians get us into wars ... Soldiers fight the wars.
Soldiers are courageous ... Politicians are cowardly.

It has been said that war should be the last resort, when diplomacy fails.  But it too seldom is, … Read more

Gator Blu
Gator Blu answered Walter The Grump's question

I have been lucky because I haven't had to deal with much, though statistically, I have. I grew up with a single mother who made barely enough to keep us above the poverty line. Never did I feel that was an issue. I see it as I grew with a strong female role model who … Read more

Walter The Grump
Walter The Grump answered

One I can't put in the answer. People will have to message me for it. Be warned and think about it before asking me. The other is this:

A coworker of mine was with his wife. She told him, "There's a chocolate sale and I want to buy some." He replied, "You might as well sit … Read more

Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson answered HelpStop AnimalAbuse's question

I used to be a moderate drinker when I met my wife almost 40 years ago.  She didn't drink, so over the years I eventually lost interest in alcohol on anything like a regular basis---although I do like an occasional margarita or a beer.

I used to drink tea every day, but eventually changed to coffee---and … Read more

Walter The Grump
Walter The Grump answered Sudo the Dragon's question

Standing up for your country or for other countries who are attacked shows courage and strength. You show nothing but cowardness and mental illness issues. Don't worry, the military wouldn't take you. You troll pretending to be a dragon.

Gator Blu
Gator Blu answered Sudo the Dragon's question

Standing by and letting one country or group come in and take over another and doing nothing is cowardly. Standing up for others is not. It is no different than if you had a friend who was being bullied and you stood there and did nothing. It is just on a larger scale. So if … Read more

Danielle Zee
Danielle Zee answered

Fun fact about the prohibition: It was one of the main reasons for the growing popularity of hip flasks in the U.S. Obviously, since buying, selling and consuming alcohol was illegal, folks needed to get creative if they wanted to continue drinking. Garter flasks were all the rage with the ladies back then. And men … Read more

Dark Majinn
Dark Majinn answered Roy Roy's question

Usually attraction plays the initial part. The primitive brain looks for symmetry in a mate, which usually is a tell tale of a genetic code that will pass well to the offspring. A few other factors like pheromones. And body language give away a person's health as well . . . Even if you do … Read more

Dark Majinn
Dark Majinn answered

Sure it has spiritual connotations . . .

" . . . the third eye refers to the ajna, or brow, chakra. The third eye refers to the gate that leads to inner realms and spaces of higher consciousness."

Hindu reference  . . .