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  1. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal about 5 hours ago

    Interesting to hear young children say the words, as they understand them, to common prayers:
    In the “Hail, Mary” for instance:
    “Hail, Mary, full of grapes”
    “The Fruit of the Loom, Jesus”

  2. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 1 day ago

    Years ago, some joker in our company hired a bunch of kids studying to be preachers at a local fundamentalist church school. Most of them were from down South and had been raised in communities with few religious denominations other than their own.
    They considered it a challenge working with us of other faiths, to act as missionaries in “leading us to Jesus.” It was creepy and offensive to have one or two of them corner people and start their spiel. I wish I could tell the story here about how Dale the welder dealt with it — salty language not suitable for this site. Eventually they had to be told to back off.

  3. emptc12 commented on Savage Chickens 2 days ago

    Worse yet are mischievous Time Travelers.
    Oh yes, Time Travel by humans exists. It is licensed to serious historians and sociology researchers of the Far Future, who are sworn not to disturb the time stream. Tightly controlled by The Government, supposedly.
    But we know how that goes. Even so researchers like to play subtle practical jokes once in a while. They leave silly stuff behind in other eras just for kicks.
    One small proof of this is The Happy Face Spider that is found in the islands of Hawaii. Very funny, Ga Ga Rodddd Omicron -1 Squared (cloned and decanted in 2634 A.D)!
    And I’ve often thought a jokester on a Time Expedition left all those “Kilroy Was Here” scribbles, too.
    But you can perhaps understand why: Eventually all humans in The Future are androgynous, and long for the simpler life of the earlier centuries, before all plant life died except poison ivy and kudzu. Sometimes, Time Travelers just want to have fun.

  4. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 2 days ago

    If people realized the extent business and politics employ mathematicians (and psychologists) to manipulate their lives, they would be shocked. It’s dangerous for so many in our society to be math and science illiterate. It’s disgraceful for so many to be proud of it.

  5. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 3 days ago

    A good teacher could explain it to children in a story problem. A good teacher knows his or her students as a potter knows his clay.

  6. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 4 days ago

    Yuck, I would think alien gourmets would remove the human brain, just as we remove the “mud vein” from catfish. And who knows if kuru can jump to off-world species?

  7. emptc12 commented on Darrin Bell 4 days ago

    Rudy should be more appropriately hawking Lifeschlock.

  8. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 4 days ago

    Snooty, finicky aliens. Even earth skunks have predators. Would only Nobel Peace Prize winners appear on their menus?

  9. emptc12 commented on Clay Jones 7 days ago

    Has enough time passed that Jeb’s full role in the 2000 presidential election in Florida can’t be further investigated?

  10. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 7 days ago

    My wife intended to have “the full experience” of childbirth. Many hours of labor took the shine off that apple. One little shot gave some relief and didn’t interfere with the birthing process. Why not take advantage of modern medicine if it’s available? Is the pain of childbirth supposed to be some Biblical punishment that women must endure? If men had to go through it, attitudes would be way different. My opinion.