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Joseph P replied to John Jubinsky's discussion Artist Says Official Clinton Portrait Contains Reference to Monica Lewinsky in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Heh heh heh.  Yeah, even if those meanings didn't make it over into the American collective-awareness, an artistic might be more knowledgeable.  Even if he wasn't, many artists are complete wise-asses.  He could have looked…"
23 hours ago
Joseph P replied to John Jubinsky's discussion Artist Says Official Clinton Portrait Contains Reference to Monica Lewinsky in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Hippie gang sign?"
yesterday
Joseph P replied to John Jubinsky's discussion Artist Says Official Clinton Portrait Contains Reference to Monica Lewinsky in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Heh.  For some reason, this situation makes me think of a parent who was presented with a drawing by their 5 year-old.  Sometimes, you have to fall back on, "Can you tell me about your picture?" because your child wants you to…"
yesterday
jessica lynn left a comment for Joseph P
"Now i am getting it. I found it. I feal very welcome on this site. Thankyou everyone for the warm welcom"
Tuesday
Joseph P replied to Ruth Anthony-Gardner's discussion Cliteracy in the group Secular Sexuality
"Hmm, does that also include lesbian porn?  That's the only kind that does anything for me.  If I have to watch another naked guy, that kind of kills it for me. Pretty much everything I ever watch generally has 5 or 10 minutes of…"
Monday
Joseph P replied to Patricia's discussion microscopy images of ultra-small bacteria in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Yup.  The most important bit is the automation.  Anything that requires extra effort on our part will cause slacking after a few months, for the vast majority of people."
Monday
Rosita left a comment for Joseph P
"Hi Joseph, I was vers pleased that you wrote me a comment. I come from the Netherlands, and grew up in a strict Christian surrounding in a small community. At the age of 19 i became an evangelical Christian fundamentalist. but when i grew older and…"
Monday
Joseph P replied to Patricia's discussion microscopy images of ultra-small bacteria in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Now mind you, I copy things to USB thumb drives, also.  I'm paranoid that way.  You would not believe the number of times I've had to deal with users who weren't storing things where company policy indicated that they had to…"
Monday
Joseph P replied to Patricia's discussion microscopy images of ultra-small bacteria in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Basically, if you need the OS files, because your system just died, and you don't have them locally, on a disk or USB device (most modern motherboards can boot from a USB device, if you have that option enabled), you can't get online to…"
Monday
Joseph P replied to Patricia's discussion microscopy images of ultra-small bacteria in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Errrr, you don't really put the OS and the programs on the web.  The only thing you have to worry about is the data.  You have disks with the OS ... or will have disks, when they arrive, right?  You can reinstall from those, then…"
Monday
Joseph P replied to Patricia's discussion microscopy images of ultra-small bacteria in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"You'd probably have a lot more luck with Windows 7, too.  There would be a few specific functions that you might not be able to find and would have to Google, but most of the stuff would come intuitively, if you've used Windows 98/XP."
Monday
Joseph P replied to Patricia's discussion microscopy images of ultra-small bacteria in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"The banks and hospitals are online.  Any concern you have for privacy is already moot, if security failures were that much of an issue. Of course there are levels of security with different things.  Obviously, banks have a bit tighter…"
Monday
Joseph P replied to Patricia's discussion microscopy images of ultra-small bacteria in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Ditto.  You can adjust to it eventually, I guess, but everything is in the least intuitive place.  Dammit!  My desktop computer is not a phone with a 60" screen!!!  You should not be making design decisions for a desktop OS…"
Monday
Joseph P replied to Patricia's discussion microscopy images of ultra-small bacteria in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"And yeah, assuming that thing takes the upgrade to the latest OS with no issues, you should be good for another several years, with what you use it for.  If you're mostly just doing stuff online, you don't need that much power. Hell,…"
Monday
Joseph P replied to Patricia's discussion microscopy images of ultra-small bacteria in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"I'm biased towards Windows because that's the OS for serious gaming.  Every AAA game comes out on Windows, except for those few that are only on console systems, like Playstation or XBox.  If you're not a gamer ... I still…"
Monday
Joseph P replied to Patricia's discussion microscopy images of ultra-small bacteria in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"And yeah, that's sort of like Windows 8 to Windows 8.1.  No matter how many times you do a system update, with Windows 8, you'll never pull the stuff from 8.1, unless you buy the extra upgrade from Microsoft, because they're…"
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At 6:57pm on March 2, 2015, jessica lynn said…

Now i am getting it. I found it. I feal very welcome on this site. Thankyou everyone for the warm welcom

At 10:54am on March 2, 2015, Rosita said…
Hi Joseph,

I was vers pleased that you wrote me a comment. I come from the Netherlands, and grew up in a strict Christian surrounding in a small community. At the age of 19 i became an evangelical Christian fundamentalist. but when i grew older and had opportunity to study life from many vieuws, i luckily had the chance to intellectuality develop myself. Last year i broke entirely with christianity. But it took me 5 years. Now i am struggling with the mindset of my surroundings. I feel sometimes very alone in a world full of religious madness, so i felt the need to meet other people with more of the same vieuw as myself. Hope to find this trough the internet. Whats your story? Greetings!
At 9:51am on February 10, 2015, Ashley Danielle Griffin said…
No monroe is very conservative
At 10:37am on January 1, 2015, Jody Lane said…

I made my escape from evangelical fundamentalism years ago. I've rejected the pat answers as vacant platitudes espoused by the intellectually weak and morally lazy since I was little more than a child. I am searching for answers but not from an all-knowing/all-loving god or any theist who claims to have them, all of them, without errancy.It took a small epiphany recently for me to realize that most of the people in my life are simply horrible human beings. And every one of them is a Christian. I have spent my entire life biting my tongue, not offending and trying to respect the opinions of the faithful and their right to express their belief as they chose. I finally realized that not one of them had ever offered me the same respect. I stopped biting my tongue and cut ties--mercilessly and irrevocably and I am happier for it.  In a nutshell, I'm searching for reason and reasonable people. I know they're out there!

At 8:22am on December 29, 2014, Dawn said…

Hi Joseph, Tampa is much better than other areas of the south that i have lived before (Georgia, North Carolina and Mississippi). However, I work in a rural area north of Tampa (Pasco and Hernando counties) for a non profit organization that includes long prayer sessions at every meeting and I have zero co-workers that are non-believers. This area feels more like Georgia than Florida.

At 12:44am on December 16, 2014, nikki summers said…

lol I have plenty of Catholics on both sides Irish and Italian but the other denominations are very eager to talk about their god and I can only argue to an extent with my family  there's that whole respect for people like my grandmother so I pretty much just have to deal otherwise I'd have no problem returning the favor of arguing what I believe

At 12:09am on December 16, 2014, nikki summers said…

thank you for your sympathy you have no idea everyone in my family loves to shove their religion down my throat and totally dismisses anything I say even if it's a friendly debate 

At 11:58am on November 28, 2014, Courtney Campbell said…

Hindsight is 20/20. At least it wasn't my address!

At 7:14pm on November 14, 2014, Sheeva said…

Yes, it is something like that. Communications is huge. It includes diverse fields like journalism, broadcasting, cinema, advertising, public relations, social media, media activism, social change and development, political communication, crisis an conflict communication, social movements as well. It draws from a lot of different fields.

I am just studying social change with a focus on gender.

At 1:09pm on November 14, 2014, Sheeva said…

In Communications. I am focusing on communication for social change.

 
 
 

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