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  1. RWJAMES commented on Rudy Park about 6 hours ago

    “It’s his first birthday — he won’t remember it.”
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    Then why have a party at all?

  2. RWJAMES commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    “Big problem is that there are so many varieties of vegetarians. It would be tough for a small diner to have things for each group.”
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    As a former restaurateur, I can assure you that omnivores can be just as specific in their likes and dislikes – some do not eat fish, some eschew beef, some avoid flour or nightshades, etc., but a good restaurant has sufficient flexibility and creativity to at least attempt to accommodate most of them.
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    Moreover, as a lifelong omnivore married to a lifelong vegetarian, I can also assure you that even the least effort by restaurants to accommodate vegetarians is generally appreciated.
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    That being said, the radical outliers of the vegetarian movement (the “Vegangelicals”) will most likely never be satisfied unless every menu item is entirely vegan,, raw, gluten-free and made entirely from organic, fair trade, seasonal, macrobiotic, heirloom ingredients hand-picked by naked virgins while dancing widdershins under the full moon during the summer solstice.
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    But nobody sane listens to them.

  3. RWJAMES commented on Candorville 1 day ago

    “the actor himself conflated his own identity with his role”
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    Sorry, but while I appreciate your points, it was not HIS identity that Cosby conflated with that of Heathcliff Huxtable, it was his STAGE IDENTITY.
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    Just like Huxtable, Cosby’s stage persona was an artificial construct – his every word was written, edited, re-written and adapted to suit the wants and expectations of a specific audience. It was NOT Bill Cosby.
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    So, I ask again: Why are so many people unable to separate the actor from the role?

  4. RWJAMES commented on Non Sequitur 2 days ago

    “India leads the world in heart disease.”
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    As always, I am in awe of your unparallelled ability to ignore or distort facts to promote your convoluted worldview. Truly, you are a monument to confirmation bias.
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    India does NOT lead the world in heart disease. The five countries with the highest rates of heart disease are Russia, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Argentina.
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    While a large number of Indians die from heart disease every year, that is because it is the most populous country on the planet, NOT because of high rates of heart disease. In 2002, for example, roughly 771,000 Indians died from heart disease; that same year, 1,683,000 died in China and 551,000 in the USA, which has less than one-third India’s population (source: World Health Organization global data tables).
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  5. RWJAMES commented on Candorville 2 days ago

    Why are so many people unable to separate the actor from the role?
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    Bill Cosby is not Huxtable any more than he is Alexander Scott, Chet Kincaid, Lawrence Woodruff, or any of the other characters he played in almost 50 years of acting.

    Eschewing The Cosby Show because Cosby is now seen as |unworthy is as ridiculous as refusing to read fables because he once played the role of Aesop.
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    Heathcliff Huxtable is a fictional character, and his characteristics, positive and negative, were created by a team of writers, influenced by directors and producers, and polished by interactions with other cast members. He is not now, and never will be, Bill Cosby.
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    So, go ahead and watch The Cosby Show, if you like it and its values. It won’t make you a bad person and may even give you an opportunity to teach your son that people are fallible, and that things are not always as they seem.

  6. RWJAMES commented on HUBRIS! 3 days ago

    I don’t believe it is Hubris’ marksmanship that has impressed Biner. Rather, it is the fact that: A) Hubris’ father served his country, much as Biner did, albeit in a different capacity, and; B) that Hubris is, to a degree, following in his father’s footsteps, unlike his own daughter. Suddenly, Hubris has gone from being a “liberal slacker” to being a patriot who respects his parents, which completely destroys his own worldview.

  7. RWJAMES commented on Betty 9 days ago

    “Sappyore”? Really? ;-)

  8. RWJAMES commented on Betty 10 days ago

    Seriously? “Mom” by the numbers is “666” She can’t possibly be serious.

  9. RWJAMES commented on Luann 11 days ago

    “Limiting a word count introduces an intellectual challenge”
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    And yet, you needed seven words for every one you were willing to allow me. Doesn’t say much about your confidence in your own intellect.

  10. RWJAMES commented on HUBRIS! 11 days ago

    A more accurate statement would have been: “We shoot SCHOOLYARDS in America, you socialist…”