The amount of narcissists out there. Too many people are only thinking about how there are effected and couldn't care less about others.
The crumbling of grammar through text speak bleeding over into other realms, and the failure of those doing so understanding why it is important to be clear in their communication.
I wasn't born yet.
On my honeymoon, we'd just gotten married on May 27, 1989.
I was in bed, with my sidekick kitty and comfort dog watching vigil. I had a bad case of viral pnemonia, that took me all of that year to recuperate from. One minute I was making chinese chicken salad, two hours later … Read more
Here you go Didge the fascinating stuff!
January 2014...starting my 4th unexpected year in Iowa, and reading the life of Bruno Gröning, a remarkable citizen of WWII Germany.
June 10, 1989...extremely sick from lab chemicals, couple of blank years... At 5'6" I weighed 95 pounds...finally decided I could just as well be deathly ill out in … Read more
1,000 days ago I still had my home in KS, but was in Florida visiting family and friends. (Thanks to Facebook for that one.)
10,000 days ago, June 10, 1989 was my younger brother's wedding day.
And 20,000 January 23, 1962, I was still in the womb. I didn't pop out for another 18 days. … Read more
Oh my gosh are you serious, I have trouble remembering what I did yesterday. But, I'll try and answer: 1962 in school,1989 best I can come up with is at work, 2014 dealing with a broke arm. Sorry best I could do.
The dates don't make it easier :/
01/23/1963 : Easy !!! Wasn't born yet :) my mom would have been 6 years old though... So she was probably playing with a plunger:/....when I was young and would rip the heads off my barbies she would tell me she never had toys ...all she had to … Read more
Jan 2014 Love my new 🏢home TX.
June 1989 Love my new 🌁home state TX.
Jan 1962, running🏃, jumping🎠, playing💃, babysitting👶, school🏫 and having fun😄. My old state OK.
Jan. 1962...........8 years old, probably playing in the snow.
June 1989.........single father raising two kids, learning how to cook anything other than hotdogs and TV dinners.
Jan. 2014..........sitting at my old computer, answering questions on Ask.
The naivete of the average voter.
Creepy crawlies snail-pacing along in the outside lane.
Facebook's impact on the non-Internet world. It seems that these days even a normal family function can't be considered a success unless there are googols (no, I didn't mean Googles) of "friends" attending.
- The U.S. Presidential election
- Text talk
- Lack of face to face communication
My life at the moment. As many Blurtites already know, I have a friend who is battling cancer. Her new chemo has been particularly hard on her. My mom is going in for a biopsy on Monday. And my husband's aunt passed away tonight from cancer. So....yeah, cancer bites, and my emotions are not good … Read more
I get the idea that your definition of racism is not racism. One could think that by your definition everybody is racist, even if they do not fit the definition of racism.
Racism. The belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits.
( this is the definition but I have a suspicion that your … Read more
Do I believe that race can determine a person's superiority or inferiority? Do I believe that race corresponds with certain mental faculties or abilities? Do I believe that these differences should be translated into law that subjugates one race under another? My answer to all these question is no, and thus, I do not consider … Read more
I'm not a racist. I like people, especially if they keep their distance. I even like women and they come from Venus.
I don't have time to be racist.
Being a dependent nobody.
I've manage to live all my life as a Nobody.
Being dependent would be worse. If you can't take control of your own life you're never going to be happy.
But being a nobody? No problem. I've been a nobody all my life and find it's no bar to being happy. If you look across any population you'll find the vast majority of people are … Read more
Well I'm getting annoyed with all these he looked at me she looked at me questions.