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    Re: A life without children

    Well, that totally made my day! Thanks. Good luck with the sterilization procedure! I had looked into it when I was around your age and got the old "you'll change your mind" speech. I only went to a...
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    Everyone thinks differently about what's hard or easy to do in life. That's arguable, although that discussion would be best left to another thread. There are many people who have children and regret...
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    I'm 63 and childfree by choice. I never wavered, never had a "clock ticking", etc. I like children, but simply never felt the desire for them. I've been patronized for it most of my life. "You'll...
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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    I absolutely loved that scene about the hamburger! Haha!

    Yeah, things get weirder every day. Handmaid's Tale started with the government being overthrown, and I sincerely believe that if 45 gets...
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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    Stephen King's "11/22/63" remains one of my all time favorite books and mini-series. The guy goes back to the early 60s to prevent the assassination of JFK and all kinds of crazy things go on.
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    Sticky: Re: US Election 2020 Coverage Thread

    Biden tested negative.
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    I wolfed down my popcorn in record time. Never have I seen such a debacle on a high level debate stage, and I've watched these things for decades. We thought it was a big deal when Reagan said "Well,...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Happy Equinox! Time is definitely warped this year.
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    She was a hero of mine for a long time. It's interesting that, in the Jewish faith (which she was), if someone dies on the eve of Rosh Hashana (which she did), it holds special significance. May her...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    (I was kind of being sarcastic - there's a family on my street that claims to home-school, but they don't really. The two teens at the other house are just getting away with whatever they can.) I...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    The school-at-home thing around here seems to involve a lot of phys. ed. The little kids on my street have been out riding bikes, etc., on and off all day. The 2 who are in high school are home...
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    Re: Shampoo Sham

    It all depends on what kind of hair and skin you have. My hair is fine and straight. Now that I'm older I can skip a day but for most of my life, after 24 hours, if I combed it you could see the comb...
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    My hair is the opposite! It's fine and straight.

    The Kentucky Derby being run yesterday has seriously messed up my sense of time!
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    Congrats!!!! I hope you love it.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I remember seeing the trailer at the movie theater a while before Signs was released, and saying "we have to see that" and then seeing it, and later buying the DVD. It's one of my favorites. I can...
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    Re: So Where's The Space Alien Invasion?

    Never heard of the mutant space bats, but I have an old game with vampire cows LOL
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    Re: So Where's The Space Alien Invasion?

    I love the original Space Invaders!
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I just came here to post that I was thinking almost the exact same thing, only substituting "religion" for "constitution". Although in this case, it's all about equal!
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    Sticky: Re: All the things COVID-19

    My city council has put forth a proposal to mandate masks - they put it up on their FB page today - and people are going insane! It's gonna be an interesting couple of weeks here in bumpkinland. 155...
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    Sticky: Re: All the things COVID-19

    144 cases as of today. People are going away on vacations now because it's only a couple of weeks until school starts - this Fri/Sat/Sun is the tax-free shopping weekend so the stores will be busy....
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    Sticky: Re: All the things COVID-19

    122 cases now, and 2 deaths. Many people around here are still in complete denial.
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    Sticky: Re: All the things COVID-19

    I see some of my posts double (some other people's, too.) My last one on this thread, for example. I have no idea why!

    Anyway, 10 more cases today, up to 90. 4 hospitalized. I get allergy issues...
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    Albuquerque, too. (The whole country, if not world, needs to be smudged or something.)
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    Sticky: Re: All the things COVID-19

    We're up to 80 cases as of yesterday, 3 hospitalized. The 2 most recently diagnosed are somehow involved in the school system (they've been having summer school the last few weeks). Our governor is...
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    Now they're going to Chicago. I hate to invoke Godwin's Law but it's becoming startlingly appropriate.
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