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“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#62387 Nov 12, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
HUGH,
Where are you, Mon?
Learning how to twerk at his local "friendly" bar

Its going to take some time because this does not come naturally for him.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#62388 Nov 12, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
HUGH,
Does Jamaica have a JSA - Jamaican Space Agency?
How good is Jamaica in nuclear science or in supercomputing?
Is aerospace engineering/aerospace science offered at the university level in Jamaica?
How good are Jamaicans at Math?
How good are the Math departments in Jamaican universities?
Do black Jamaican students study Math and Physics at the grad/doctorate level in Jamaican universities?
(smiles)
You do realize that Albert Einstein had Jamaican ancestry (on the Jewish side), don't you?

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#62390 Nov 12, 2013
Pauline Einstein (née Koch) (February 8, 1858 – February 20, 1920) was the mother of the physicist Albert Einstein. She was born in Cannstatt, Württemberg.

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#62391 Nov 12, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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Learning how to twerk at his local "friendly" bar
ha ha ha

You mean that Hugh is learning how to twerk at his local "gay" bar.

That's correct.

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#62392 Nov 12, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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Its going to take some time because this does not come naturally for him.
Oh Pa, what're you talking?

Twerking is natural to Hugh. He has been doing it for decades with his boyfriends who he picks up from public loos where he goes dick-watching.

(wink wink wink)

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#62393 Nov 12, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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Oh yes, the irony.
OTOH, based upon his last comments, his core position regarding marriage really isnt that terrible. Certainly more enlightened than Rick Santorum.
But his argument is illogical. If his main point is concerning stability for the benefit of the child, then he should be ranting against divorce which compromises that stability, and should be in favor of gay marriage which encourages stability.

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#62394 Nov 12, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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Wow. I didnt know anyone used Yahoo anymore.
Old habits die hard.

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#62395 Nov 12, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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That is the exact point, and right from the alarmists mouth.
The important part of the article is the statistics, the rest is the opinionated nonsense from you alarmists.
So basically, you are going to cherry pick the article. Tsk, tsk...

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#62396 Nov 12, 2013
yehoshooah adam wrote:
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i have no one else, to depend upon.

i do manage on my own
Well, I take it that you're in your late 60s or perhaps you could be 70 plus.

At your age, you shouldn't be staying alone.

Someone should be at home to cook, clean and wash and to keep a watch on you and to talk and relate to you.

I wish you all safety and good care.

If I stay single till the end, I wonder who'll care for me when I enter the 60s or 70s.

I can't rely on servants or on friends.

Perhaps, the best bet for me would be to move in with the Ezras who would welcome me. They live in a huge 5 bedroom apartment on the upscale Altamount Road. I am emotionally very close to all of them - the elders and the younger family members - but often I am too caught up with my own pursuits to call/visit regularly. They know everything about me and were close to my late parents.

Take care of yourself.

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#62397 Nov 12, 2013
As a rule, children should not be reared by gay couples since procreation and child rearing are typical heterosexual activities and the warmth and vibes that the child receives in a well-adjusted heterosexual household would be missing or warped in a house run by a gay couple.

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#62398 Nov 12, 2013
After the mikvah, you can come near me, honey. LOL.

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#62399 Nov 12, 2013
The above post was for Hugh.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#62400 Nov 12, 2013
Cult of Reason wrote:
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But his argument is illogical. If his main point is concerning stability for the benefit of the child, then he should be ranting against divorce which compromises that stability, and should be in favor of gay marriage which encourages stability.
It wasnt his core argument though. I enticed an argument out of him from a comment that gay people werent normal (or something to an effect).

My counter was that study that said children from gay marriages were just as happy or more happy (and stable) than straight marriages.

He didnt exactly disagree, in fact, he acknowledged that stable marriages produce stable children, regardless. I give him credit for that.

But then he slipped in again a note about gays not being normal. Which could mean a variety of things, I suppose. I know he worked in retail with "swishy" people (to quote him), so he notions may be a little skewed. Overall, still not as bad as Hughbe, I dont detect hate on a visceral level.

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#62401 Nov 12, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
Pauline Einstein (née Koch)(February 8, 1858 – February 20, 1920) was the mother of the physicist Albert Einstein. She was born in Cannstatt, Württemberg.
Keep going back. Her father was Ainsley Miller. The Millers are a well known Jamaican clan from Ewarton. This is from the Encyclopedia Jamaica.

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#62403 Nov 12, 2013
Must Read:

"Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs and Wear Cows"

- by Dr Melanie Joy

PS: Dr Joy explains carnism and the compulsion behind it. She has turned vegetarian.

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#62404 Nov 12, 2013
Non-violent communication, unschooling.

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#62405 Nov 12, 2013
Most people are addicted to the UMAMI taste.

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#62406 Nov 12, 2013
I associate the umami taste with Parmesan, meat, soy, sushi, and tomatoes.

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#62407 Nov 12, 2013
The 5th dimension of taste - umami.

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#62408 Nov 12, 2013
Get rid of the carnistic mindset through a shift in consciousness.

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