OK... So, I have to make an announcement. Sometime in early 2017, I'm probably going to leave this site. For good. I would explain why I'm having to leave, but I fear it would just upset you more, as well as other reasons. I'm still going to hang about in the meantime, but I'm not going to speak about it that much.
What are some ways, if any, that Blurt enriches your life? (Hopefully for the better...)
One of my own stories is the YouTube video someone posted here on how to cook rice. The chef took a fresh ripe tomato, and set it on the rice in the middle of the cooker.
Well it was like a light bulb went on; so now, I put in all my fresh vegetables, two Hebrew National Beef Franks, and a can of tomatoes along with the rice. Very wholesome, takes five minutes, plus easy cleanup because the rice cooker is non-stick!
I asked a month ago, about getting serious answers on serious questions and my first two answers were very silly and funny, I changed the question to fit the silly answers. Anonymous did have a valid point, why do we regulars answer 99.99% question with silly, off the wall, nonsense, no sense answers? Also, people newcomers will ask Bible questions and questions about their beliefs or how to become a Christian and so forth and get a bunch of very very long anti-GOD sermons all which has nothing to do with their questions? What's up with us, including myself now giving nearly all silly answers to any questions? When I first came you could get 99.99% answers to serious questions.
Do you find that Blurt is unexpectedly educational for you? I seem to learn something either newsworthy or educational (or fun) virtually every day. Here is my example, do you have something you learned recently?
It is a real treasure, and it came from Tom Jackson...it is the term "if-by-whisky," and is a kind of political doublespeak in which you soundly affirm that you are for BOTH sides of an issue...