• What counts as a home? There is this time traveling space ship called The Waverider in Legends of Tomorrow (superhero TV show) that is amazing. I’d be fine calling that home. It time travels, creates food, creates clothes, has an amazing medical room, has a very helpful A.I. named Gideon that can do anything on the ship and who also has…[Read more]

  • @Scarlett2 Healthiness, preference, accessibility, cost, convenience, quality, reliability. Such a crazy thing to juggle. Maybe we need a bot to calculate it. The people that make account for their kids and stuff is odd though. Never understood it. I wonder what they chances are they will even use it when they are old enough. Seems like one of…[Read more]

  • @Scarlett2 I am hesitant to totally go with that just based on there would be things that would absolutely need funding that would only get like 50% or so and would ruin it, like medicare stuff. I’m open to hear some suggestions on how to implement such a thing though. I do agree it would be better than a lot of the crap we spend it on now, like…[Read more]

  • Hard to really say. There are pros and cons to either. If we create bots that are accurate, they’d be better than humans in finding issues since they would be less likely to make mistakes. There is something that is unique about a human interaction though. Also have to think of those that maybe don’t live in an area to get services of humans with…[Read more]

  • I’d be down with it. I would like to hear some of the suggestions they have to do it though. I understand that doing harm to generations of people can harm later generations even if they are no longer treated as such. You leave the whole group in a hole to dig themselves out of. If you force people into terrible housing with terrible schools and…[Read more]

  • @Scarlett2 Rain on the tin roof doesn’t really do it for me. Maybe because I just grew tired of it since I lived with it for forever. I do like it hitting the windows though. It hitting trees. It hitting puddles or lakes. Tried to listen to some on YouTube, but a lot of that sounded like gutter water splashing in a puddles. Not a fan, lol.

  • @Scarlett2 Nice. There is a number of stuff I’d watch on Amazon and Hulu if I had subscriptions, but that is too much stuff to be paying for. If it is free though, that is very nice. Still never seen the last season or so. Which reminds me of House which was a hilarious show as well. Watched it to about the time he went to prison. The dude is…[Read more]

  • My dad and I have similar humor and look similar. Have the same nose in particular. We have dry humor, liked he’d be the person to pull a battery out of his pocket, pour some salt on it, and say assault and battery. My mom and I seemingly have similar mental health issues and maybe similar anger, though not sure. We love the hell out of peas as…[Read more]

  • That original PlayStation startup sound is so good. Music that hits the spot. When it is cool outside (with no cicadas and whatnot) and hearing faint sounds of vehicles going down the highway. None of those sounds like motorcycles and altered and loud trucks and cars though. Those annoy me. Light wind in the trees. Rain is pretty good.

  • Probably Achievement Hunter. (A group of gamers on YouTube.) One of the guys was chasing a dude with old cheese to put it in his mouth, and the other dude ran and tried to jump over the desks, smashing monitors and everything trying to get away. One of those guys does that channel Slow Mo Guys, where they do different stuff in slow motion like pop…[Read more]

  • @Scarlett2 Watching wrestling and playing video games maybe, lol. Nothing has really caught my attention to do that with. It sucks.

  • Early in school (elementary), I did great. I was usually praised by how smart I was (family and teachers.) It was just easy at that stage. Later on, school got harder, grades went downhill, and people kept saying that I am smarter than that and just not applying myself. I always hated those compliments to begin with and set us all up just for it…[Read more]

  • @Scarlett2 Honestly, I’m not even sure what the fried kind is or what kind Ryan’s had. I know people love putting breading or whatever with it and I just don’t want, lol. I’m a pretty plain person. Just plain for the most part with everything. Don’t really want foods touching. I’m way too picky, but I just can’t help it. That mac and cheese though…[Read more]

  • @Scarlett2 Yea. In the modern sense, we have been at war with countries that have never and could really never be a danger to our freedoms. The overall structure of our military currently fights for power and control. Has nothing to do with our freedom. It’s all so complicated. We label people bad guys, which may legitimately be the case, but then…[Read more]

  • Yin commented on the post, what do you miss? 3 weeks ago

    I don’t know. I never really know. I could say I miss peace and quiet, but if I got that back, I would probably miss being near someone. It’s like that for a lot of things for me. I want one thing but I want the other thing back. I can’t make up my mind and it can be toxic at times. I guess I miss me some of that macaroni and cheese from Ryan’s…[Read more]

  • @Scarlett2 I heard that a while back but that came back up pretty recently. I still wash them. Mine last me a few years and I buy some of the cheaper kind, so I’m not sure what I would be accomplishing by not washing them. Lifetime guarantee kind of stuff? I kind of wonder why jeans would be treated differently. I don’t wonder enough to actually…[Read more]

  • Nearly anything traditional. I just don’t understand the importance of most of them.

    I don’t care about nationalism as well. I understand some defense reasons for borders, but I don’t get it in the human sense. We take that stuff way too seriously. Trying to isolate ourselves from others is just so odd to me. Kind of reminds me of one of my…[Read more]

  • Wrestling t-shirt and blue jeans. When I go out, I change my shirt to a plain t-shirt (black, dark grey, dark blue green, or teal at the moment) so people won’t potentially have another reason to interact with me. I love me some graphic t-shirts, but I just don’t like wearing them out in public anymore. A few compliments and I am totally over it.…[Read more]

  • @Scarlett2 I think part of me fears potential acceptance. I can be a bit picky with who I am happy to hang out with. I can tolerate some people that I am not happy to be around. I fear that if I try to connect first that I may come to regret that decision. When it comes to relationships, I just feel like it is better I be alone. I’ve come to…[Read more]

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