Feb 4, 2008
Lawrence Wolf Profile
I do not believe we are alone in the universe. I think there are neighbors we've yet to meet. (8 hrs ago | post #341)
Of course you have. Your caregiver backs you up on that, all of "you". (8 hrs ago | post #42)
I'll bet all your trailer parks neighbors had a good laugh at that one. Invite them all to your outhouse for a group dump for dessert. (14 hrs ago | post #339)
And a richly deserved "DUH" to you. (14 hrs ago | post #29)
Please inform your various personae that they are each wacky in their own unique ways. What they all have in common however, is that they've been listening to the same far right distortions of the facts. Bye all! (14 hrs ago | post #19)
One exception being that Carson's thinking is at the critical stage. Indeed it's almost terminal. It's interesting how both Trump and Carson arrive at such profound stupidity from such wildly differing directions. It's also difficult to tell which of the two is the more conscious liar. (14 hrs ago | post #11)
Regurgitated Spam is a-ok for you. (14 hrs ago | post #24)
Yes, thanks for beaming down for that comment. But you can take this back to your humanoids. The country is sick and tired of a useless Congress, that sends every useful idea to its death. It is because of the right wing crazies that government as usual no longer exists. Instead we have government as stagnation. And give my regards toTeddy Roosevelt when you return to the looney b - I mean your, er, planet. (14 hrs ago | post #12)
I have been called everything from a Christian to a creationist (in a religious context) to an atheist on these boards. I am none of the above. And I have never expressed any certainty about their being or not being a "god", and I'm not a religious person in any usual sense of the word. In my awe about the puzzle of existence, I've toyed with a number of theories. And I'm certainly not the only one who has had these thoughts. What I find fascinating is the question of why is there something rather than nothing. It seems to me that "something " cannot emerge from absolute nothing, and that is why I play with the notion of a kind of burst of energy that triggered it all. In other words, I cannot escape the idea that existence had causation. Some might call it God I suppose, but I don't think of this "energy" as taking human form. I do believe however that if this is what lit the match of existence, it had to have consciousness. Again, I'm not attempting to express certainty about any of this. I simply find the whole question tantalizing. (15 hrs ago | post #334)
Are you wearing your cheerleader outfit? (16 hrs ago | post #27)
Q & A with Lawrence Wolf
Happiness comes through giving
The parks, the climate, the entertainment, the ethnic mix, Thrifty's ice cream
I Belong To:
the ether, my sons, and my wife/soulmate. (Alright, a dog and four cats too!) Update - five cats.
When I'm Not on Topix:
I write, work out, hang out with my sons, go out on dates with my wife, eat my Wheaties.
Read My Forum Posts Because:
What else is there?
I'm Listening To:
jazz, 60's rock, old pop
Read This Book:
Notes From The Underground by Dostoyevsky
music, movies, baseball, pro basketball, traveling, art, vodka martinis
On My Mind:
Wondering what new adventures await me, and hoping my best dreams come true.
I Believe In:
the notion that happiness cannot be found in aquiring things, but in giving of oneself to others. I believe that people should not try to impose their values on others, and that everyone should have a chance to be happy.
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