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  1. about 12 hours ago on Kevin Kallaugher

    Trump’s BUTT is only two meters wide!!

  2. about 12 hours ago on Phoebe and Her Unicorn

    If you’ve ever read the children’s book “Half Magic” you’ll enjoy the part where the children get their cat to talk ‘half the time’!

  3. about 12 hours ago on Rob Rogers

    Yes. My one sister is a liberal, married to a liberal guy, and they run a sort of food bank for people who need it in their state.

    My other sister and brother are both Trump voters! sigh But we avoid politics and stay in touch.

  4. about 13 hours ago on Non Sequitur

    The key is (to quote an old mentor of mine) to “Garden your environment”. Meaning that the Internet you receive is yours to edit, prune, shape and enjoy exactly as YOU want it I’m on Twitter and Facebook. On Twitter I am very nearly silent, not partaking in the political stuff. I browse occasionally, but it is so very peripheral tio my life, that I could eliminate it and miss nothing at all.

    Facebook, OTOH, is a lifeline. I have friended authors whom I enjoy reading, persons I have known in my life, etc. AND without FB I would not have contact with my long lost brother and sisters!

    We were adopted away from each other in 1958. For decades I have always had my name in the telephone book because I felt that somewhere they were searching for me. And I for them. In 2018 my telephone rang… it was the daughter of my sister. She had not found me through the listings… she had found my posts on a genealogical site! It turned out that my bro and sis had done the DNA registry and had found each other… and then had begun researching their ancestors… and found MY posts.

    We still have not met face to face, but we HAVE connected bia phone and mostly on FaceBook! Without it, we would not be nearly as much in contact. A separation of hundreds of miles, and sixty years was ended online

    As for the political stuff… well that’s what mute buttons are for. No sense in eliminating what can be a useful tool, because one cannot figure out how to avoid stuff!

  5. 2 days ago on Red and Rover

    “Affirmative!”

  6. 3 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    Brilliant! Well done.

  7. 3 days ago on Mike Luckovich

    You say that like it’s a bad thing.Besides… better Willie Brown’s than Putin’s!!

  8. 3 days ago on Mike Luckovich

    Owing to her working for, and stated allegiance to Antonin Scalia, I call yer Amy, Tony’s Parrot!

  9. 4 days ago on Robert Ariail

    Well said, Astro! :D

  10. 5 days ago on Luann

    The Word For The Day is “Thixotropic”.

    Thixotropic is a property of some solids suspended in liquid and is the property of a solid or semi-solid substance which liquefies upon agitation. Real world examples of this include catsup, which thins and flows when shaken vigorously, and geologically, any sand/water substrate of land. In earthquakes, such land softens, permitting buildings to collapse due to loss of support. That process is known as ‘liquefaction’. In the 1906 and the Loma Prieta earthquakes, large portions of the Marina District in San Francisco became catsup. :D