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Nov 19th 2010 2:07AM Moody Blues Roy Orbison Eric Clapton Hiroshima
I like lots of different music!Probably classic rock the most but there's others too!
Apr 3rd 2010 2:00AM I wanted to answer Theodosia and Eliazabeth and so many others that I can't.
Wat I will say is--I think Paul, above had the right idea at least.A fling can be forgiven.Not so someone not wanting to change.
Actually usually ther eis something wrong somewhere when anyone cheats.But people who cheat and then cheat again and again--they are seriously troubled.Or sex and love/romance Addicts.
No one needs to stay wiht them no.I'm not advocating that.I am saying that this is a true addiction and like drugs/booze/gambling can be healed and stopped if the addicted person wants to.There is SLAA(sex and love addicts anonymous), SA (sexaholics anonymous) SCA(sexual compulsives anonymous) SAA Sex Addicts Anonymous and SRA (Sexual Recovery Anoymous)SCA has many gay people and is a great program, and SA is *very* strict--only works for married couples(not monogamous, married) and/or celibates like Catholic priests.
SRA and SAA are good, and SLAA was the 1st one, also very good, but-is tough because, not tough-in that you make your own 'bottom lines'. Covers romance and relationship addiction too.
There are also counseling services and meetings for the spouses and friends of the sex addicts--Co-SA, S-Anon and CO-SLAA.
There is help available whether your partner knows, or the addict admits a problem or not--go for yourself.
Oct 2nd 2009 6:54PM BTW, just for information, alcoholic drinking doesn't cause liver cancer.My father died of liver cancer and was a moderate drinker, and my friend's mother, had liver cancer and never drank, or used drugs.Liver cancer would get even worse it is true if the liver is /was cirrhotic from drinking heavily but in actuality liver cancer just pops up.
As for flyerdu. am glad you know what you like and enjoy your life but what had young men to do with anyting?Besides, I personaly (not that you asked):-) find young men to be too lacking in anything to talk about and not even particularly good in bed.
Sep 17th 2008 4:36AM Good for you Laun Weisel, Planet-Sole, macrofolks, Mitch and Brian.I'm so glad to see good openminded and smart folks posting here for a change--this is honestly the 1st time I've seen so many pleasant comments.
I don't have to say a thing because all of your comments (and a few more that I obviously forgot names already!), said it all.
What have we learned today, children?
To review then:
1.He wasn't gay,2.no one is focusing on his 2 wives, other lady-friends and 2 sons btw,3. might've tried it out with a man(maybe, who knows for sure)besides --4.WHO CARES?
Sep 17th 2008 4:25AM I agree--who cares what he did.I don't think he was gay, and *if* he had a thng wth Brian Epstein , it still only makes him bisexual at most.
Or was drunk, and/or open-minded, lol.But like a few nice folks have said--who cares?
Jul 19th 2008 5:49AM I also agree very much, that raising our children properly with whatever religion, and healthy boundaries is the *most* important thing. Not blocking all the stupid trends and fashions.
Once, yrs ago it was showing ones' ankles that was risque, now it's stupid leather, thongs or eye makeup.Once it was mini skirts, (in 1966.)
All the same nonsense.
Leave it alone, it will go away much faster, if we don't get all up in arms about it!
Jul 19th 2008 5:43AM I agree most with the people that said we can worry about the next election, world hunger global warming--or this Barbie.
I agree it's a little weird.
But dig it--Barbie is not for little kids anyway.I didn't get one until I was an older child.,
I don't feel like she's so terrible, but I agree it isn't so good for kids.But--for theman who talked about" liberal leftists"--I agre no group should be harrassed or picked on.
But Christians *and* Jews *and* Muslims can say their prayers in City buldings where I worked for years.And quite frankly, I pray silently.There is no reason to make a spectacle of yourself in a plcae of busines or a school.
I agree everyone has their religious rights, that's the way it should be.
But how can you say Christians get fewer civil liberties than anyone else??
It's wrong to attack or harass any group, but 'liberals' are not attacking Christains for not agreeing--I don't certainly.
What you've seen is other people, either non-Christians, or less fundamantal or fanatical Christians *against* forcing Christianity on everyone, and everywhere
And yes, I was raised a Christian myself!
It's called backlash.
Are you aware that Baptist, Haasidic and orthodox Jews and Catholics have the most incidences of violence and sexual abuse of all of us?My father was Catholic--he didn't sexually abuse, alhtogh his brother did! However, he was very mean, and cruel to we kids when he was angry--but thought he was OK, because his father was a lot worse!Gee, do you think extremism in *any* form might be the problem?
What do you say to that?And yes, I do know, I'm a social worker and have seen it myself.
Did you know down South there are regular public schools that talk about Jesus and the Bible all the time?I saw it myself when I attended my niece's graduation.
I asked if it was a Baptist school, but it was just a public school! With prayers out loud and often.
Chriistians have no civil liberties--baloney!
I guess some of the Southern states still haven't joined the Union.
Jul 7th 2008 9:16PM Well.It was ridiculous, and probably because he *was* drunk.I wouldn't have done it, but he's given me an idea...;-)
But--airlines are notorious for leaving and arriving late anyway.
Hours sometimes,not minutes.
And then it does take forever to get off a plane.
So, maybe they should speed it up.
Nowadays they're so darn afraid smeone is a terrorist, it's a big deal to fly.My freind with an olive-skinned complxion who is not even Middles Estern but Latino and Greek hates flying because they always detain him.
If I fly during the summer it's easier because I wear open sandals(flip- flop types) so I don't have to take my shoes off.
I don't check luggage either, because I might not ever see it again.
So yeah this guy was a jack-ass, but so are the airlines.
Jul 3rd 2008 1:30AM Sharon Webb, I have sensitive skin myself, so I'll think before using mine now!But, is it possible like another user said, that you used it back and forth, not in one direction like it should be used?