Nov 22, 2013 at 00:10:21
“Talking? No, Guy. No one hear actually "talks" to each other...We posts comments. You must be referring to the HUFFPOST TAB on the top, right hand side of this site.
Regarding the legion of "fans" you are currently blessed to have...Eh...Well, you have me there....Call me bananas but I usually thrive on receiving validation from real people.
Oh, man....I bit.”
situationcritical on Nov 22, 2013 at 09:31:17
“I do not thrive on validation of any kind. Water and food...those are my thrive requirements. It's not my kind of movie. So, you see, I made a comment about it. And you...well, you did what people like you do.”
“Nothing wrong with being succinct, right? I believe there are lengthy articles all over the internet that you can bring up all on your own that would more than likely make you want to click on that useful link I provided.”
“"Bank of America did not fraudulently issue the loans" I must say though, you have to conduct proper due diligence, right? I blame them and only them, and if I can say so, I'm sure BOFA knew of their shenanigans...”
ChasG on Oct 24, 2013 at 00:52:40
“Due diligence never means "fraud audit." They are opposite extremes in terms of information examination.”
Oct 4, 2013 at 15:33:10
“Wow...I would be interested in knowing the your age...”
cdub1991 on Oct 4, 2013 at 16:41:34
“Mature people don't go off on cursing bents in their "open letters." Mature people don't get into transoceanic slap fights with silly little twenty year olds. Mature people don't threaten to sue just because their unsolicited advice is rudely rejected and their feelings are hurt. They shrug their shoulders and move on. Miley is "damaging" Sinead's career? Really? I mean...really? Where you see rational commentary, I see an unnecessary screed. And after all--O'Connor started it. Surely she didn't think she could go around calling people a prostitute and not evoke a response. What was she expecting--heartfelt thanks? A mature person would have known better.”
Oct 4, 2013 at 15:29:37
“Ha! The real difference is O'Conner is the real artist and I highly doubt she would envy the position Cyrus is currently in...It not always about the fame and money Geri...So, are you really defending Cyrus' rude behavior?”
“Does anyone here use Ormus? I have an it has made my dreams last longer and I can vividly remember many of them long after I've woken up...”
Dennis Pearce on Sep 24, 2013 at 03:54:39
“It's entirely possible that if "Ormus" keeps you from entering a deep sleep that you will dream more and when you do they will be more vivid.
Vivid dreaming is correlated with sleep disorders. I used to vividly dream a LOT before I was properly diagnosed and treated for sleep apnoea. Now that I have it under control, I sleep better and dream far less. This is a sign of better sleep patterns.
That's not to say that what I am suggesting is the end-all-be-all of what is going on. I just would like to put it out there that vivid dreaming is not a really wonderful thing as some would like to suggest.”
nature nut on Sep 23, 2013 at 22:05:11
“No, tell me about it. I've tried Onnit with no results and mugwort with very limited results.”
suzych on Sep 23, 2013 at 18:08:51
“chewbacaccepts ^^^ What is Ormus? Is it a drug? I'd like to give it a try, as I have a very busy and sometimes quite exotic dream-life but go through patches of having difficulty remembering the dreams. I do find that a half glass of wine or a light cognac-and-water before bed produces a more relaxed sleep with more memorable dreams, although the dreams generally come just before waking in the morning, not earlier in the night which is when you would expect a perceptible influence from a mildly alcoholic "nightcap".”