% of …. who say they would have an affair if they knew they would never get caught is really what was surprising to me.
Anyway, there is another stat that covers just millennials and the girls are in the lead. I’ll try to find it and post a link when I do.
[-1] January 9, 2015 at 9:48pm
I am an equal opportunity grammar nazi, though I don’t go overboard — one correction per day, whoever pushes my button the most. Heh.
 January 9, 2015 at 4:06pm
You mean that secession is sometimes a success, right? Seceded and succeed.
But them “Greeks” weren’t Greeks yet, rather they were their ancestors. But even ancient Greeks had more sense than their current descendants.
Darn it am I not entitled to one typo in a while more importantly you correct me I don't know what I would do without you.
I am an equal opportunity grammar nazi, though I don't go overboard -- one correction per day, whoever pushes my button the most. Heh.
 January 9, 2015 at 3:59pm
Orichalcum — don’t think so.
If you read the tome about Atlantis, orichalcum is described as “fiery-red”. This looks more like a poop after ingestion of large quantities of fermented milk.
 January 9, 2015 at 2:58pm
Atlantis was not a name of an island, rather an indication of a status. In proto-indoeuropean, it would mean “sunken land”. Ancient Egyptians referred to it as “m-r”, which may have been pronounced as “meru” or “muri” in a more ancient variant. They called it in a long form as “m-r neter-khertet”, a “land of dead overlords”.
Curiously, their hieroglyphic for a “foreign land” was /\_/\_/\, which looks like 3 mountain or 3 pyramids and the word for a pyramid is also “m-r” which had a meaning of “mountain” or :”peak”, while usually a mountain was called a “manu”, which also meant a “sacred mountain” in a sense of “axis mundi”
And as for the fun with words goes, Greeks made a distinction between sea (a local body of water θάλασσα – thalasa) and ocean (the global body of water ωκεανός – okeanos) and all the okeanos was called “Atlantic”, all of it. IOW, what we call ocean (Indian, Pacific, Atlantic) would be in their concept all “Atlantic”.
 January 9, 2015 at 1:13am
Well, the beheaded or throat-cut people would disagree, if they could. It’s not a question of respect, because how one can respect a bona fide death cult? It is a question of awareness of the danger that it represents.
 January 9, 2015 at 12:43am
My mother, 83, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer a year ago. She was given 6 months of shelf life and offered chemo would probably expedite the process. Instead, she started to drink alkaline mineral water, had 2 tea spoons of soda bi-carbona (baking soda) per day, and also 15 apricot kernels, ground.
She lives and the cancer went into a complete remission.
 January 9, 2015 at 12:04am
Kommon Kore is a big pile of Krap. If you had a modicum of objectivity regardless of political affiliation and studied the subject, you’d have to acknowledge that. But being a drone doesn’t hurt your cranial jello, does it?
There is a test somewhere on the net, for 8th graders from 1890′s. People born between 1950-1960, with a college degree, score between 75-90%. Then it goes downhill, current college grads lick the 55% score, if bright. That should tell you something.
 January 8, 2015 at 5:32pm
One quip… This was not an execution (a state or legal entity’s disbursement of a capital punishment), this was murder. Labeling it “execution” gives a veneer of legitimacy to the crime.
 January 8, 2015 at 12:56pm
But, I acknowledge that wallstreet and DEM corporate masters do appreciate useful idiots like yourself.
For time being…
 January 8, 2015 at 12:49pm
Actually, that’s pretty funny… last time I checked, the liberal poster boy Obeyme seems to be pretty much the wallstreet dancing monkey, despite the occasional misdirection through symbolic bread and circuses for bleating hearts. Not only that, but DEM corporate masters, based on political donations, outnumber GOP corporate masters 2 to 1. And the biggest fish on the block, Rockefellas, have one of their own embedded as a DEM congresscritter.
And if you look at board of directors of evil Monsanto, there is not one GOPer in sight.
January 8, 2015 at 12:30pm
Farmgirl, what’s a waist time? A donut munch session?
 January 8, 2015 at 12:26pm
And? What’s the context?
Try something current, not what happened more than 3 centuries ago.
 January 7, 2015 at 11:02pm
To “turn the other cheek,” does not imply pacifism, nor does it mean we place ourselves or others in mortal danger. Like the principle of the eye for an eye and tooth for a tooth in Matthew 5:38, turning the other cheek refers to personal retaliation, not criminal offenses or acts of military aggression. Turning the other cheek means not to return insult for insult in retaliation, which is what most people expect and how people act.
 January 7, 2015 at 10:44pm
m5th’s question is the right one. The concept of “wind” presupposes a wave form propagating through a medium. CMEs and particulate ejections are no “wind”, unless you presume an “ether” kind of medium through which these events propagate.
The term “wind” in this context is so incorrect that it’s not even funny.
 January 7, 2015 at 10:39pm
Correct. Curiously, whenever there is a suspected “black hole”, which is a purely mathematical construct at this point, there are unforeseen phenomena attached that do not conform to the theoretical framework and “scientists are puzzled”.
 January 7, 2015 at 10:26pm
Give credit when credit’s due. No “ya-but”s. If ya got the guns, battle him on the evolution-creation battlefield with all your ammo. This is a separate issue.
"If ya got the guns, battle him on the evolution-creation battlefield with all your ammo."
Theists have neither guns, nor ammo, nor the ability to even fight this battle.
 January 7, 2015 at 9:42pm
Dush, for an insight into a psyche of Daughters of Lilith, with their propensity for a version of Stockholm Syndrome by proxy and fantasizing of being ravished by violent murderous warlords, Karen Armstrong would be a good read. She can rationalize any evil of her favorite with no sweat.