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    Beyond reading and writing, I appreciate quality audio and I’m always reading about new equipment. This enables me to pursue the best bang for my buck in my own stereo and surround sound system.

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  1. Sadly, the case does not appear to be cut-and-dry as indicated in the article I posted. The defendant’s lawyers are saying that the guilty plea was the defendant’s attempt to escape his haranguing wife, thinking that he would get ten years away from her… and he was good with that. That’s one hell of an escape attempt if it’s true but it doesn’t further the murder case, or offer surcease for the brother.
  2. Is it better to be a nudnik or a noodge?! Or is that a derogatory question?
  3. If you're a resident of the U.S. you can get four (4) free Covid 19 tests delivered to your home. Go to https://www.covidtests.gov/ and the link will take you to the U.S. Postal Service page to enter your information and request (order) the tests delivered to you at no cost.

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    2. Ron


      I am aware that some other countries do better on the health front for their citizens. It is what it is here in the U.S., and we deal (put up) with the system as we must.

    3. clochette


      @Ron there are not best country or right solution in this situation. It's very nice of the US government to offer those 4 freebies

    4. Ron


      @clochetteI personally have excellent healthcare from my providers. And I'm not poo-pooing the free tests offered. I was thinking more about the general cost of healthcare, which strains the pocketbook for far too many.

  4. I've been following this man's story for a couple of years as it appeared in the news over time. All I can say what a faithful brother to have persevered for so long.
  5. Finally, justice for a gay man that was long overdue. Free article from The Boston Globe: Cambridge man finds justice for brother.
  6. Preposterous is a preposterous word when one considers that there is no such thing as posterous or postposterous. It's like having a horse without a carriage without a cart, you'll just end up with an absurd horse.
  7. Boston is up to 11 degrees Fahrenheit with a predicted high of 13 degrees today. This is the coldest day of the winter season so far.

  8. Dude, you're either all in or you pull out.
  9. I got military Sci-fi and I'm not sure it's going to happen, though I have been mulling ideas in the old noggin, but that's mostly since I know nothing about the military. I do find it fascinating those variations of Sci-fi keep popping up. Are we being given a sign that there is not enough science fiction material making its way into gay writing?! One would think the Sci-fi subject to be ripe for experimentation by gay authors. There's a lot of space out there!!!
  10. This is a way-better word than yesterday’s. Pronouncing that despicable word was punishment, and I’m all for pronouncing words correctly.
  11. I wonder if @kbois meant Spanish nouns, after all nouns are the subject of the day.
  12. I don't know if you know but it's legal in Massachusetts, getting high that is, though not so much as to the getting lost part. People tend to report that if it goes on too long.
  13. I have a casual friendship with a man in the museum world who fell into the foppish category, only do to his hair. Of course he knew his style suited him, and it did (very well) at the age I was first introduced to him (now changed as age will do to each of us), but he himself was not foppish in the least (outside of the occasional [okay, more than occasional] movement of his head to remove said hair [dark-brown and hanging in glorious curls] from his eyes and forehead). His baking skills were crowed about by all who knew him (well deserved). It was in Toronto that I first saw The Fifth Element upon release, where he and I sat side-by-side as we watched in stunned aww the glorious spectacle that would go on to become a life-long favorite movie of mine.
  14. When we get to subordinate clauses and predicate nominatives, comma turns into coma. And uncontrolled drooling out the corner of one's mouth... as the head lolls.
  15. 50 + 10 X 0 + 7 + 2 = ?

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    2. Ron


      The math problem was popping up among my Facebook people (mostly relatives).

    3. Lyssa


      Clochette ist right. At least in all of my math classes. hugs

    4. Slytherin


      I hate math :huh: :P

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