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Oct 13th 2011 9:15PM I am just as real as you are, Lauren.
Oct 13th 2011 2:16PM Dear Laurel,
I'm going to say this as nicely as I can... The reference to, "Around 500,000 years later, Homo foodieus evolved,,," is very incorrect. The earth is just under 6,000 years old and man was created, not evolved. I realize that you'll think me to be a creten, although that doesn't really trouble me. My credentials go back to 1969, when I became the youngest member of the St. Louis Astronomical Society, ever. I am also a Christian and I believe what's written in the Holy Bible. I spent considerable time and energy researching escatology, the study of the end times. Yes, our planet won't be around in it's current form, for very much longer. Even an atheist can see the convergence of forces, in Middle East. Don't be a worshipper of "IF," as if isn't much help, when it's time to face God. You can start by accepting the fact of God's existance, then begin reading the Holy Bible. I think that you'd like the NIV, version (New Interantional Version). It's the greatest adventure you'll ever take and you'll learn that God is very real, very forgiving and even has a sense of humor! Good fortune (you don't need luck, since you are a gifted writer) and may you survive the upheaval at AOL. AOL/Huffington Post isn't nearly as good as AOL once was, buy you in particular have a chance of changing that! Keep on writing and if you get a chance to freelance and associate your name with other journals, please do so. You are bigger than AOL, but I wouldn't quit... I mean, we all have to pay the bills. Trust in God, and see how much bigger and better our world is, when you know it's Creator.
Jun 26th 2011 2:37PM He sure isn't much to look at! As far as marriage, lots of people have friendships, where they aren't looking for an intimate-relationship. I see nothing wrong with sacrificing marriage and the sexual freedom which it allows, so that one can date several people, before they make the decision to raise a family. Good going, Johnny!
Jun 4th 2011 10:28AM It is a nightmare for small businesses to comply with the myriad of regulative hurdles, which we've thrown at them. I wish that they had statistics of how many businesses (jobs) are pushed under by excessive regulations, even as others are boosted in an attempt to "socially-engineer." Continue to discourage the businessman, then complain about "the economy?" Why?
May 24th 2011 4:12PM She is rather beautiful, but how many realize that the secret to that beauty, lies hidden deep within her eyes and is betrayed by her smile. Without these, she would revert to a just average woman. I say the primarily to encourage the "average" woman, to seek contentiment and and happiness of soul, whic is your best make-up, your friend and your peace.
May 19th 2011 9:23PM This is NOT fair! As we have recently learned, some people choose to retain their infant traits up to (at least) 30 years of age. In view of these changing norms, we must be open-minded enough to allow "grown-ups" nuring priveledges, as well as reduced rates for public transportation.
May 2nd 2011 11:25AM Osama bin Laden killed? / Justin Bieber egged?
I wake up and the whole world is in an uproar!
May 1st 2011 8:27PM Tan lines, can be very sexy... That said, not everyone wants to be "very sexy," so surgical-removal of these distracting traces of days gone by, may be indicated. Staying indoors, during the daylight hours, is the most "Preventative" of measures. Whichever way you lean, let it be with moderation.
Apr 26th 2011 3:45PM @BHarrison - Sounds good on paper, but the same might be said of our very own federal government.
Feb 22nd 2011 10:09AM What a marvelous smile, this man has! He's doing something right, because the Lord is blessing him and I believe will continue to do, always!