Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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Twitter has announced on its blog last week a few welcome changes to how users can report harassment on their site. So it finally got easier to report abuse even when you're a third-party witness and even when you're using a smartphone.

The new reporting tool has apparently been streamlined and redesigned for use in mobile phones, according to a review from Bradley Associates News Blog Information. So while it was a pain to file a complaint before because of the lengthy questionnaire, the report form now should be a breeze to complete. Users can even flag tweets even when it's not directed... Read More


Prof. Wattsup. Meaning of words. The first words ever spoken were attributed to our creator who had just finished putting the finishing touches to the world by adding mankind ants. "Phew! if you only knew..." Obviously God had a hard day's night.

I have it on God authority an angelic song was that day born. "It's been a hard day's night...i've been working, i'ma God, it's been a hard day's might i feel like sleeping like a God. Can i get home to you, i hope the things that you do, will make me feel alright?

"Phew! if you only knew..." was turned... Read More


Ever since time began man/woman have searched, drank,or after having been drunk, imbibed, from the fountain of knowledge hoping the residue thirst quench, resultant overspill dampness would enlighten them enough to contribute to their meagre bank of learning or to prop up a meagre bank balance whether it was in the form of bear skins or near bare skins grateful for the upgrade to their clothing imbalance through a great idea or derivative of someone else's. Some became sidetracked, turned to politics, found it expedient, a much quicker route,... Read More


Capt. Gaffe here. YOU! yes YOU! can learn to fly online. There's no need for intrusive time wasting study, WE fly for you!

But first you must buy one of our leather flying jackets. Actually they're not made of leather, just printed paper. I know i know, you are going to say "but are they worth the paper they're printed from/on ?" Of course they are, do you think for one wingtip minute we'd coerce you into something you don't really need to fly into?

Our jackets have all the instructions on how to fly any sort of plane- PRINTED... Read More

Do you want to create striking paper crafts? If yes, you would need a few more tools than the tools you usually use to make your crafts like scissors, ruler, pencil and eraser. The most important thing required for paper crafting is indeed creativity and skill. However, by employing certain tools, you can take your crafts to a whole new level. These tools will not only simplify your job, but also give an amazing look and feel to your crafts

Here are a few tools you should have to make amazing paper crafts.

1. Die Cutting Machine:

A die cutting system would help you make... Read More


My name is Offtheplanetbackward Fsure. I am from another shade spinter of space transection Galactic black worn wormhole of lackadaisical . An unplanned planet, you humans do not know of. No, you won't find it on your primitive sat nav...naver mind humans! Planned perhaps and known by your God in retrospect...perchance perhaps? We coaches of athletic prowess training progression on the planet of Murth have watched, and continue to watch, your athlete's climb to the peak of trumpeting brilliance in the U.S. to the heady portal of sport... Read More


Was watching a French revolution type saga. Something has always bewildered me. I'm easily bewildered, must be the wilder be, or beast, within me. The drumming. Why on earth were drums always used as a background music preface to the main event execution event? I mean it would have been a lot cheaper, just as dramatic,to use a four piece Metallica band. Or maybe a couple of dozen skiffle board players? Skiffle before scuffle?

Hanging by the neck til dead seemed to be a popular pastime for the townsfolk/city folk alike in the olden days. City folk... Read More

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Musings Of A Poet

Agree Barb, throwing the baby out with the bath water 'aint the answer. Take care. :>)

Musings Of A Poet

I know Rigina, when it takes a week for legite comments to appear it is upsetting, and it is killing the site slowly. Surely there must be a better way to address the spammers and floggers. Also taking away ratings if you do not post in a period of...

Musings Of A Poet

ed i was one of the original complainers about people using this site to flog their stuff. Now legite comments don't show?