“I think everyone appreciates a large penis. If you're a straight guy in the gym shower, and see some other guy with a huge penis, you're gonna check it out. (And wish you had one that big).”
BlueLily216 on Apr 10, 2013 at 11:47:10
“I do the same with boobs, except fake ones- those I could have if I wanted. I think people always look at other people who have traits they wished they had. I check out girls all the time, but unlike a guy, I don't think "I'd tap that" but "I hate that witches flat stomach! How dare she look so good!" -and yes, that's how girls think. We're mean, it's genetic.”
“These guys should read 1 Peter 5. God wants us to come WILLINGLY to Him.
Therefore, I exhort the elders among you, as your fellow elder and witness of the sufferings of Christ, and a partaker also of the glory that is to be revealed, 2 shepherd the flock of God among you, exercising oversight not under compulsion, but voluntarily, according to the will of God; and not for sordid gain, but with eagerness; 3 nor yet as lording it over [a]those allotted to your charge, but [b]proving to be examples to the flock”
“The issue of healthcare costs is systemic. From insurance and big pharma to reimbursements and patients choosing to go to the ER for a sick stomach. I think in particular, patients can have some fingers pointed at them. They happily accept two, three or a half dozen expensive drug prescriptions without thinking twice to seeking alternative treatments. High blood pressure because you're over-weight? Lose some weight. Nail fungus (cure it with vinegar, rather than doctor visits and expensive drugs). Skin issues? There is a good chance it is diet, so Google your skin issue, find the causes and adjust your diet appropriately. Bad cold? A doctor visit won't fix it. A cold is a cold. Buy some Alka Selzter and go to bed early.”
“This from Wiki. A Japanese soldier who hid out on Guam, thinking that WWII was still going on:
For most of the 28 years that Shoichi Yokoi, a lance corporal in the Japanese Army of world War II, was hiding in the jungles of Guam, he firmly believed his former comrades would one day return for him.
And even when he was eventually discovered by local hunters on the Pacific island, on 24 January 1972, the 57-year-old former soldier still clung to the notion that his life was in danger.”
alleypanther on Mar 5, 2013 at 18:38:56
“He cried hard when he learned Japan had lost the war.”
Godless Bulldog on Mar 5, 2013 at 18:21:26
“Been to Guam, that place is jungle festooned”
simmersck on Mar 5, 2013 at 18:10:11
“He later met the Emperor and apologized for not giving his life in the war. Amazing!”
“I know a guy who lived in Florida during the 80's. "Rescuing" bales of pot that floated to shore was a cottage industry. My friend's specialty was drying wet bales. People who found these bales brought them to him. He'd dry and sell the bales. Proceeds were split.”
GraphicMatt on Feb 15, 2013 at 13:09:06
“We call them square groupers in Florida.”
Sgt Blood Hammer on Feb 15, 2013 at 13:04:13
“at least weed is relatively harmless when compared to coke”
pragmatic one on Feb 15, 2013 at 12:15:27
“Sounds like a potentially lucrative bidness.
Any idea how much he brought in during a given year?”
“Bigfoot do not stand around like deer, or spend a lot of time out in the open, therefore they are very difficult to hunt. They are also very aware of their surroundings and avoid being seen by humans.”
lookbuzz on Feb 15, 2013 at 14:43:29
“Yet they get photographed? On film even? And people reporting sightings? They're obviously not THAT good at 'avoiding being seen'....
And again - if you can shoot them one way, you could shoot them another.
“Problem is, you own a small business. Big corporations are stacking the cards up against you so that paying your employees another dollar an hour puts a hurt on you. Big corporations have unleveled the once fair playing field against small biz. If big corporations paid a decent wage (especially corporations that own "small businesses" like quick service restaurants, retail clothing shops, oil change shops, etc), people would spend more money with small businesses like yours. Instead, corporations hoard money (and the top dogs buy homes in Aspen instead of letting the money they have hoarded "trickle down" to employees who would spend it in the general economy.”