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Off-Topic / Re: Protest bombard the White House
« on: January 07, 2021, 11:08:19 am »Message ID: 1347980
I love CCandPam's response about a free country becoming socialist.Small spelling error involved as CCandPam spelled facist as 'free'. Anyone can condone what happened yesterday definitely sits in the higher ranks of hatred and divisionism that is known as the Trump way of life. Fox news is speaking out against it. Amendment 25 can be implemented in under five days which would insure that the president is unable to cause any more damage to democracy.trump has continuously held on to the false belief that the election was rigged (more than his entry via Russian hackers in 2016). Sixty two election lawsuits and sixty one election lawsuit defeats-many from the same people from his party that he helped get elected. The Republican weighted supreme court has sided against trump. Three recounts have confirmed a Biden win. Thirteen days till President elect Biden takes office which is too long given the current president's lack of coherency.

Completely agree!!!

Off-Topic / Re: what will you do in 2021
« on: December 15, 2020, 09:12:55 am »Message ID: 1346834
Again i point out to ALL the FC members that Countrygirl referring to masks as a "face diaper"is INTENT to insult those that support that.

If no one bothers with her she will fade away like the dew on the grass in the morning.

If anything she needs a face diaper cos of all the *hit that comes outta her mouth.

Sometimes she seems smart and insightful; at other times the insight of an amoeba!

Off-Topic / Re: Going to travel for the holidays?
« on: December 15, 2020, 09:10:23 am »Message ID: 1346833

when will people understand that this is not a hoax because so many have died because of this virus.  Don't you get it people?


Off-Topic / Re: Hello & goodbye
« on: November 29, 2020, 07:56:43 am »Message ID: 1345915
I think it would be responsible of Fusion to make an announcement of exactly what their status is and intentions.

Off-Topic / Re: Fusioncash
« on: November 18, 2020, 06:54:23 am »Message ID: 1345197


Not optimistic  :-\

Have been without surveys for over two months now, can't access the page so no Peanuts!

This page isnít working right can't currently handle this request.

I hear you.  I have been having issues with Fusion for about 4-5 months now and it has gotten old.  In fact, I have set a deadline in my mind for them to get some control and management over this site, and if they don't, I am moving on.

Off-Topic / Animals Have Rights Too
« on: November 06, 2020, 05:56:31 am »Message ID: 1344217
I very much believe that animals are living beings that feel pain and hunger like humans do.  Therefore, certain rights should be afforded them, both domestic and non-domestic.  They are also integral to our ecosystem.

For example, let's start with the Endangered Species Act. The Animal Legal Defense Fund has filed a lawsuit to force the federal government to repeal recently imposed rules under this Act. Most regulations are there for a purpose.  Usually they are about protections...humans, animals, the environment.  It's time to care for these things more than the profits big companies earn.


Off-Topic / Re: So very true
« on: November 06, 2020, 05:43:24 am »Message ID: 1344214
Reminds me of thiss quote:
Nine Important Facts To Remember As We Grow Older:

#9  Death is the number 1 killer in the world.

#8  Life is sexually transmitted.

#7  Good health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.

#6  Men have 2 motivations: hunger and hanky panky, and they can't tell them apart. If you see a gleam in his eyes, make him a sandwich.

#5  Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day. Teach a person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks, months, maybe years unless you give them your email address.

#4  Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in the hospital, dying of nothing.

#3  All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.

#2  In the 60's, people took LSD to make the world weird. Now the world is weird, and people take Prozac to make it normal.

#1  Life is like a jar of jalapeno peppers. What you do today may be a burning issue tomorrow.

I love your list!  And, the funny thing is, I never read them before!! 

I guess I have to join the "Good Kid Club" because I, too, never snuck out of the house.  My parents were rather strict and had high expectations.  Never even though about it! As far as parties are concerned, it's been quite a while since I have been in that zone.  Some I left early; others not so much.  I usually tried to say goodbye to my host, but sometimes there were too many people and too much going on to get their attention easily.

Off-Topic / Re: Ladies: Hyaluronic Pen Infusion Specialist
« on: November 06, 2020, 05:36:44 am »Message ID: 1344213
As much as I would love fuller lips, I wouldn't try this. I don't like the idea of injecting anything into my face. Lol! It may be safer going to a specialist, but I know you can also buy those pens and do it yourself, which sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. I just started using a hyaluronic serum and a niacinamide serum a couple weeks ago, after I googled the crap out of them first. I wanted to know ahead of time what could go wrong and what to look out for. So far I like the niacinamide for smoother skin and smaller pores, but it seems like the hyaluronic acid is too drying for my skin, which is the opposite of its purpose. Go figure.

Anyway I would google "hyaluron pen dangers", and then decide if you want to risk it.

Thanks for your response.  I have already googled it and my questions are really not answered.  Yes, there are at home treatments with quite serious medical procedures.  In fact, my daughter found a whole  group those members regularly perform injections and procedures of all type.  I would never do this!  I guess I am going to have to decide how interested I am and go to the specialist with all my questions.  I want to see a number of before and after pics too!

Off-Topic / Re: Different Types of Exercise Activities
« on: November 06, 2020, 05:30:12 am »Message ID: 1344212
I am so missing going to my gym and working out with several trainers I had signed up with.  I was really starting to get into the mindset and feel results, and then Covid!!!  Even at my age, the results were becoming apparent after about 4-5 months of consistent workouts.  It goes to show that muscle and mind responds at any age.  Don't give up!

Off-Topic / Different Types of Exercise Activities
« on: November 05, 2020, 06:41:26 am »Message ID: 1344148
It is important to choose exercises that are enjoyable and sustainable because routine leads to long-term success.  Here are reminders of examples of these type activities:

*Aerobic Activities include brisk walking, water aerobics, tai chi, dancing, and yard work.

*Muscle Strengthening Activities may involve the use of exercise bands, hand-held weights or weight machines, or body-weight exercises like pushups.

*Balance Exercises include standing on one foot, walking heel-to-toe, and toe raises.

*Stretching can also be incorporated into the warm up and cool down surrounding exercise.  It helps to maintain the flexibility of the joints.

The older you get, the more important these are to try slowly and carefully.  But after you do them for awhile you should be able to progress in weight, reps, or duration, for example.  Start fairly young and your body will reward you.

Off-Topic / Too Wild To Drill
« on: November 05, 2020, 06:30:53 am »Message ID: 1344146
Where you see timeless beauty and important natural and cultural treasures, fossil fuel companies see profits to be exploited, no matter the cost.
Here are 7 wild places being targeted by the fossil fuel industry...and what's at stake if they are not stopped.  By the way, the present administration doesn't seem to give a care!

1. Arctic National wildlife refuge, AK...Oil Drilling
2. Greater Grand Canyon Watershed, AZ...Uranium Mining
3. Bears ears National Monument, UT...Uranium Mining and Oil and Gas drilling
4. North Fork Valley, CO...Oil and Gas Leasing
5. Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, MN...Sulfide-Orr Copper Mining
6. Northern Red Desert, WY...Oil and Gas Drilling
7. Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, UT...Coal Mining and Oil and Gas Drilling

If we allow drilling everywhere, we won't have any wild places left. Please let your congressperson know how you feel about this and send a donation, if possible, to organizations like the Sierra Club or The Wilderness Society.

Off-Topic / Ladies: Hyaluronic Pen Infusion Specialist
« on: November 05, 2020, 06:09:03 am »Message ID: 1344143
Have any of you ladies ever heard of this?  I never did until a few days ago when an ad for a local licensed and certified specialist popped up.  I have wanted a bit fuller lips and a few wrinkles softened, but frankly, the pain of needles, especially in the sensitive area of my lips, have overcome this desire.

The person who does this in my area is only about 5 miles away and does free consultations and I am really tempted.  There is an offer for $100 off the treatment if booked before 12/18/20. The Hyaluron Pen Treatment infuses filler in lips with high pressure and without a needle.  It is supposed to be "less painful yet accurate."  I am wondering: How much less painful?  Does it have actual results?  What are the side effects, if any? (I could see bruising with much pressure.)  Also, how much does it cost?"  Anyone know anything???

Off-Topic / Re: Food Bowl Basics
« on: November 05, 2020, 05:59:08 am »Message ID: 1344140
I have not tried any of these food bowls, nor heard of them really.  So, I googled Healthy Choice Food Bowls....I was pleasantly  pleased by the variety available.  I may have to try them soon.

It is amazing at my local Meijer how many food brands are bringing out not only healthier versions but also ethnic food.  There is a real variety!  I have not even heard of a few of the ethnic choices. Some I want to try; others, not so much!

Off-Topic / Re: Positive side of 2020?
« on: November 04, 2020, 06:06:18 am »Message ID: 1344068
I have been working from home, full time since the middle of January. This has allowed me to be uber organized. It has given me time back normally wasted on commutes, work interruptions, showers, clothes choices/cleaning. I have managed to finish off two large projects: I added a four hundred square foot flagstone patio (approximately) and more than doubled the size of my newly expanded waterfall. I have done more things around the house which has made relations with my wife better. I have discovered additional streams of income. I have been reading thirty minutes a day, learning two foreign languages for thirty minutes a day, and working out an hour every day. I have trained my one year old retreiver and felt good enough about it to get him a playmate that I am currently training. I wash my hands(and sanitize more), do not have dishes in my sink or over flowing laundry.

First of all, a personal question.  How old are you?  And my next comment is, whatever you are on, I want some of it too.  What an energy level!  Makes me tired just reading it.  I think I'll lie down on my couch again!

Off-Topic / Re: Married couples
« on: November 04, 2020, 05:59:07 am »Message ID: 1344067
Again, I agree that it depends on the couple and I would also look at how well I know them and how close I am to them.  For the most part, I like to get the couple something they can enjoy together, such as gift cards to restaurants, tickets for movie theatres or concerts, a night at a nice hotel, a great food basket that has a variety of products, maybe a limited subscription to a streaming service. 

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