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 on: February 24, 2018, 01:53:04 PM 
Started by Dark Alex - Last post by indianasmith
Sounds like a fine day.  Me, I'm watching it rain for the fifth day in a row. 
Man, I miss the sun!  If I wanted weather like this I would move to the UK!

 on: February 24, 2018, 01:09:06 PM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by LilCerberus
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 on: February 24, 2018, 01:02:00 PM 
Started by ER - Last post by LilCerberus
I'm an overweight bald guy with a few missing teeth, & I still think I can make it as an actor...

 on: February 24, 2018, 12:53:54 PM 
Started by Dark Alex - Last post by Dark Alex
The thing the women were watching yesterday turned out to be called the lord of the dance.  I think I remember that as an 80's tune. I wonder if they are connected?

Kristi had her baby shower so me, Stewart and Cameron played the European board version of Ticket to Ride. Then Gary and Aidan turned up and we played Pandemic: Reign Of Cthulhu. We didn't do so well on that one and the world decended into madness, horror and eternal doom.

Maybe we should have stuck to Dead of Winter.

Went for a walk outside so Cameron and Elizabeth could catch some Pokemon. I caught Cameron and poked his belly thus inventing Pokacameron which I found more amusing. Having a birthday dinner for mum tonight. Cake is ready. Stewart etc go home tomorrow and Mum + Elizabeth go on Tuesday. I am looking forward to us spending our last few days as a duo together.

Warm hugs to all the BDMO'ers out there, especially anyone finding life tough right now.

 on: February 24, 2018, 12:26:51 PM 
Started by ER - Last post by ER
Dam ER- and I thought I was f**ked up.
As always-your a talented writer.
I am sorry for saying what I did- I was drunk and wrong-very wrong. Have you ever considered writing a book? Like some Stephan King kinda personal horror? Because I think you would be very good at it.

LOL, nah, RC, I make you seem downright normal, my friend.  Wink

Actually, yeah, I wanted to be a writer for a long time and I do write often (and not just in here) and at one time things seemed to be going well since I had an agent in New York (a Jew, no less, wow, top of the world there!) who was doing a good job marketing my manuscripts, though he was always pushing me to write a novel and I am more of a short story sort, a handicap these days, but he got tired of his brothers, who were in business, making fun of him for being an agent, and he exercised a tiny line in our contracts (mine and his other clients) and before he got out of the field sold all our material to other writers, to publish under their own names.

Perfectly legal, happens all the time, much that's on bookstore shelves, even best selling series, were not written by the person whose name is on the cover. He did it without asking and seemed puzzled as to why I got furious when he'd made me money. So I lost heart, knowing someone else was taking credit for things I wrote, something went out of me that never came back, and plus I had a baby about that time and just....wrote for fun after that, not doing much with it.

But I did write, among other things, some horror stories, sci-fi, though I mostly wrote non-genre and kept aiming for a tone somewhere between Oates and Updike. If you like I'll send you some of my horror or sci-fi sometime.

Did you see that prose-poem I put up in Written Anything Lately?

 on: February 24, 2018, 12:12:13 PM 
Started by A.J. Bauer - Last post by ER
I still think creationism is moronic.

Most militant creationists I've met have seemed intellectually limited, but I do question how blindly and chaotically nature alone could have engineered some of the wonders in existence, even something like the eye. When I've said this about the eye to others in science they've tended to pompously regurgitate what they've been told in class or read in a text, and do it arrogantly, as if they originally made those explanatory observations, and they've failed to truly think about the wonder of what an eye does. How could chaos create the precision of an eye? Repeating what you've been told is not necessarily a sign of brilliance, and I took a lot of flak in school for questioning pat answers from the scientific catechism, naively thinking science was about curiosity and questioning.

Another problem is the transitory species that bridged flightless species who are said to have evolved flight. The best explanation to this point by biologists is flappy limbs may have been insect-catchers, and over time the limbs elongated into wings. No evidence for this in the fossil record, exactly, but it's the going theory to cover how evolution produced flight, and it rings hollow.

Survival of the fittest, natural selection, the ongoing development of species, of course these things are reality, and only fools deny them. Evolution is very real, but how life began and was it guided, are we all some experiment with an end, that;s what preoccupies me.

To me the concept of some guiding force seems more supportable than to assign the cause to action and reaction and say it somehow lucked out and made human beings and life-supporting atmospheres and an interconnected biome that sustains life in all its diversity.

One thing I absolutely believe is I don't think religions have a monopoly on the idea of some sort of creation, and I don't think they get it right, the idea of universal design does not belong to them, and they close down all debate on the matter by being dogmatic and driving people away. But then again I don't think science has figured it out yet either, and may not unless scientists become less defensive and quit lashing out at religion, which should not be science's enemy or its equal. Seek truth and don't be distracted by others seeking on their own, that's how I look at it all.

 on: February 24, 2018, 11:41:42 AM 
Started by A.J. Bauer - Last post by javakoala
It's available on Amazon Prime!!

Imma load up with soda and freshly ground -- umm, stuff, and go watch this. It can't be as bad and rape-y as "The Black Alley Cats" that I watched last night.

I'll let y'all know if I survive.

 on: February 24, 2018, 11:37:46 AM 
Started by A.J. Bauer - Last post by RCMerchant
I still think creationism is moronic.

 on: February 24, 2018, 11:17:41 AM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by Allhallowsday
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 on: February 24, 2018, 11:02:22 AM 
Started by Mr. DS - Last post by Pacman000
Someone found what appear to be still shots of an extended ending for the series:

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