Young Men — Vet Via Facebook

Naturally enough, young men are interested in the ladies.  Often, they want to get involved with them.  How might you find out what you are getting into?  

There is facebook of course.  Lots of young women reveal way more than they should.  From a perusal of a Facebook page one might find clues as to whether she is a slut, drama queen, etc.  Perhaps in some cases, these are not red flags, but for a long term relationship they are.  Oddly enough, many women don’t bother to hide these detrimental clues.  In this case, this ends up being a twofer, you eliminate a prospect based on negative attributes plus being not clever enough to cover them up.

In other cases, they are clever enough to try to cover stuff up.   What to do in this case?  You need to look closer.  Perhaps she did not cover everything up, look very closely.  Check how things are phrased, there might be clues there.  Look at her friends, as you will be know by the friends you keep.  

In short, social media can provide a good resource for checking out a candidate for a potential relationship.

Exit question — Are women careless with what they put on Facebook because they feel invulnerable?

Posted in Dating????, FarmBoy, HowTo
126 comments on “Young Men — Vet Via Facebook
  1. Is she on Facebook or Twitter? Yes.


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  2. h0neyc0mb says:

    Facebook is the tool of the devil .. act accordingly.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. SFC Ton says:

    I vet eveyone via soical media.

    It is intresting to see what good looking women get away with on Facebook and what have you.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. RichardP says:

    Would the woman who has the attributes you want her to have (for a ltr) be on social media at all?

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  5. theshadowedknight says:

    Facebook isn’t the place to vet anymore, as more and more kids are abandoning it, or setting privacy so that you cannot see it. You want to go on Instagram or Snapchat. Unfortunately, you have to request access unless they are public, which doesn’t let you anonymously vet them.

    Its to the point where a year ago I could check the FB of anyone in my class to see if they were worth the association. Now I’m lucky if I can find one in ten. Its a real bitch because now I cannot check up on people. Saved myself some headache by knowing to avoid some headcases, but now there is no telling without letting them know you are checking.

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  6. okrahead says:

    They are careless with what they put on Facebook (and instawhore, and tik tok, and everything else) because they’ve never been taught that it’s wrong. It’s like a whole world full of little baby technophile sociopaths out there. All they care about is the dopamine hit from their “friends” online; if there is a tomorrow they cannot perceive it, nor can they mentally connect their current actions with their future in any meaningful way.


  7. horsemanbombadil says:

    Seriously? Going thru all that bother? Is it really worth researching?

    On top of locating, chatting up, getting interest, asking out, them not ghosting, blah blah.

    Fuck it.

    Hire a pro, take care of it yourself or monk mode.

    Or as a guy past the hormone stage (35+) work on your bike\horse\homestead\hobby and don’t bother even thinking about them in the general sense at all let alone a specific one.

    If it wasn’t for coming here and Cappys for politics and Jokers and Phishs for giggles I wouldn’t think about females at all.


  8. horsemanbombadil says:

    Ok after yesterday’s chick who couldn’t find the gas pump, here is a true unicorn in the wild.

    Advance to 430 and you can see it is definitely a well filled out bikini driving.
    From there she docks a 40′ Sea Ray by herself.


  9. Cill says:

    I bet she couldn’t dock a schooner or even a ketch.

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  10. Cill says:

    I wouldn’t think about females at all.

    I agree Horseman. That’s why I’m a bit baffled by your comment at 2:49 am.


  11. b g says:

    LOL, well, I had a highly trained unicorn; she dearly loved her big green F 150 Ford, and her green DoubleEagle boat. She named the latter Cadomac which was supposedly Celtic for big ugly stick…the girl had a sense of humour ;-D

    And yes, she could handle that boat when family visited when I was off in the bush. She couldn’t fillet as well as me, but she could certainly guide, net, kill, bleed, and “Princess Dress” their catches. We never charged family or friends; they filled the gas and replaced any gear they lost, but she insisted all white fleshed fish belonged to her. Though she would share the resultant fish and chips…unicorns do tend to be generous ;-D

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  12. Cill says:

    YES BUT :- could she dock a schooner under sail? (Not under power, that’s not cheating fair.)


  13. b g says:

    LOL, no, but she knew that sail boats had right of way and often ruined her trolling pattern ;-D


  14. Cill says:

    Hell’s bells, a woman who had her priorities right?


  15. b g says:

    Yeah, well I only ever found one, and only one of her four sisters showed any promise, but the little girl that my wife helped raise is another. The odds are slim.

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    OH NOES! Evil conservatives gave her consequences for her shooting her mouth off

    Liked by 4 people

  17. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh when will the sadness be over?

    (sounds like she was working for a major accountancy firm; Deloitte)

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:

    Totally authentic, obviously


  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    The comments are said to be worth a look for the chuckles

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    Harvard grad
    Her LinkedIn profile listed that her current job was as an “incoming government and public business service analyst” at UK-based accounting firm Deloitte.

    She went on to say that she was dismissed “even though they claim to stand against systematic bias, racism and unequal treatment.”

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  21. h0neyc0mb says:

    They (radical left) started the “cancel culture” for just disagreeing with them .. she threatened to kill folks over a differing view point .. and she’s shocked that she got fired from her job .. and then blames conservatives for her firing!

    Oh the irony ..

    All I’z got to say is “Shut Up Bish!”

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  22. h0neyc0mb says:

    She obviously doesn’t hold their values as her core belief ..

    Because that would mean ALL LIVES MATTER .. and of course she blames others for her firing .. not herself .. cuz she worked so hard for that job ..

    She’s not smart enough for the real world .. not everyone gets to grow up and be an astronaut ..

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    BloJo offers 3 million Hong Kongers the ability to easily come to the UK. It’s okay, we have plenty of space and spare housing etc
    Tory wankers

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

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  25. Liz says:

    So many people are running around who belong in mental institutions.

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  26. h0neyc0mb says:

    Does it pay good? Food .. clothing .. shelter .. dental .. medical .. vision ..

    This mental gig ain’t sounding so bad (re: mental intitution) .. bwhaaaaaa

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  27. h0neyc0mb says:

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  28. Liz says:

    Next she’ll be posting a video crying about all the good men being gone.

    Liked by 3 people

  29. h0neyc0mb says:

    Considering how her degree is in Government and Psychology ..

    I expect her to be a “OnlyFans Girl” next ..

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  30. Only link I could find.

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  31. Which apparently won’t work on WP. Anyway, Gulag Sam Kinison on marriage.

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  32. Not great video quality.

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  33. I can offer her a temp job helping to feed my tigers.

    How much do you think she weighs?

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  34. Some Soros-backed NGO or think tank will give her a job polishing knobs.

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  35. RIKI, I got your number.

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  36. Liz says:

    Betting this woman went to Harvard too.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. Epstein’s sidekick is in custody’s… this should get interesting… hopefully they check the video cameras are working this time!

    Liked by 2 people

  38. Liz says:

    Epstein’s sidekick is in custody
    Sure took long enough.

    Liked by 2 people

  39. Liz says:

    ….they probably had to take out Steve Bing first.


  40. okrahead says:

    I hear the cameras outside her cell have already stopped working.

    Liked by 4 people

  41. That’s because they were de-funded first.

    Liked by 3 people

  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    Best Killary one so far

    Liked by 6 people

  43. I’m still amazed (though I shouldn’t be, since my Curmudgeon level is over 9000) at how months into this lockdown fiasco, businesses that want you to do everything over the phone with them now, even though it would be just as simple as to wear a mask and go in just like the grocery store, still act like its the first week of the new normal when you call them and try and get the simplest things done.

    “Uh, hmm… Ok, maybe if we… Umm, I think we can do that… I’m not really sure, let me check…”

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    · 59m
    The Ghislaine Maxwell indictment – charges include:

    1) Conspiracy to entice minors to engage in illegal sex acts

    2) Conspiracy to transport minors to engage in illegal sex acts

    3) Transportation of a minor to engage in illegal sex acts

    4) Perjury


  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    OH NOES. So many people refusing to pay the licence fee
    Director of BBC England Helen Thomas has emailed employees announcing the organisation it is to cut something “in the region of 450 jobs” in order to save £25 million by the end of March 2022, on top of the 60 job cut announced by BBC Wales last week. Regional and local broadcast is to be particularly hit:

    Staffing restructure in regional TV news and a new operating model will drive significant efficiencies.
    Reduce the number of presenters on our 6:30pm regional TV news bulletins.
    Local radio will permanently adopt a simplified schedule with single-headed presentation and three four-hour daytime programmes (instead of four three-hour programmes).
    Thomas says she is “very aware this is tough on our staff who have been amazing these past few months. But we can’t pretend the financial challenge is going away.” Once again, the £25 million local job cuts have been announced just one week after the BBC committed £100 million to increasing diversity on TV. Priorities…

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  46. Cheque d'Out says:

    [NEW] Harvard THoTT Threatens to “Stab All Lives Matter People” and Gets Cancelled!


  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    Brexit negotiations end early!

    The latest round of Brexit talks has ended early – but not because there’s been a breakthrough – far from it!

    Michel Barnier and David Frost have decided to up stumps and call a halt to the latest round of Brexit negotiations one day early.

    And this isn’t because there’s been some sort of massive breakthrough – it’s because the two sides are still as far apart as ever.

    The EU Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier is still the stuck record that the EU Commission, Parliament and Council all insists he remain.

    While on the UK side David Frost maintains the UK line that there will be no compromise on UK sovereignty and fishing rights.


  48. RichardP says:

    Re. Harvard Girl: she was making a point. She thought her point had merit. Perhaps it does. But an experienced person would have chosen different words.

    Her point:

    Black lives matter is to All Lives Matter as Me Stabbing You and Watching You Bleed Out is to My Little Paper Cut Here.

    According to Harvard Girl, that is what she said and what its context was.

    Again – her point may or may not be valid, but her choice of words to make that point shows a distinct lack of common sense and experience with the work world. That lack of common sense is what got her fired.


  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just putting it out there


  50. She’s an idiot and you’re defending her being an idiot.

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    This amuses me.


  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    Speaking generally, let’s not personalise this

    Nobody wants to employ a marxism spouting, racist cnut with clear rage issues, a demonstrated inability to verbally control them and who parades his/her lunatic self on social media giving his/her real name so that her employers are tainted with her mad shit by association. And his/her lack of ability to recognise his/her own starring role in getting him/herself sacked just underlines a lack of being able to take responsibility or act professionally.

    Want to be a public nutbag? Go work somewhere else

    It really is a simple as that AFAIAC

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    I rather like the CANZUK flag, it works well.

    Liked by 1 person

  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    Prepare to laugh. That fizzog is perfect for a marxist loser


  55. h0neyc0mb says:


  56. h0neyc0mb says:

    If she needs some brushing up on polishing the ole torpedo ..

    I’ve got a mark 1 heat seeker that needs a spit shine wash & wax!

    Liked by 3 people

  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    Let’s see that 500+ connections number start to plummet

    Liked by 3 people

  58. okrahead says:

    I’m sure the Biden camp already has a place reserved for her in the administration.

    Liked by 3 people

  59. Cheque d'Out says:

    Killary is not going to be happy about this

    Liked by 4 people

  60. If people have actual real dirt on Bill and Hillary or any of their fellow travelers, just fucking put it out there. Wikileaks still around? Project Veritas not good enough? How about Tucker Carlson, though not sure if he could get it on air if the Murdochs are involved, which I wouldn’t bet against.

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  61. “I’m gonna have to see a couple hundred thousand more bitches crying on their social media about getting cancelled and about how their lives are ruined …”

    Dare to dream, Chronic. Dare to dream.

    Liked by 4 people

  62. Chronic ain’t wrong that the cops are only reason she’s still breathing our air.

    Liked by 1 person

  63. Cheque d'Out says:

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  64. Cill says:

    “Black Lives Matter is … a slogan with a campaign attached, linked to some pretty heavy racial ideology and propaganda. None of it can be criticised without appearing to oppose the idea that black lives do indeed matter.

    BLM is a classic and effective piece of rhetorical blackmail. Either get on board or you’re a racist: that is the logic of it – a logic driven by fear…

    There’s an immediate and powerful social block on even questioning this movement just from its name.”

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  65. Cill says:

    No prizes for guessing which ideologies are deep into BLM. There’s woke-ism and communism, obviously, and there’s another…
    (hint: it wrecks everything it gets its claws into)

    From the BLM manifesto:
    “We’re guided by a commitment to dismantle imperialism, capitalism, white-supremacy, patriarchy and the state structures that disproportionately harm black people in Britain and around the world.”

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  66. Cill says:

    A very old friend of mine has had a “near death experience”. It’s seems supernatural and I can’t think of any explanation. Does anyone here have any experience or knowledge of this sort of thing?

    Liked by 2 people

  67. Ame says:

    i haven’t had a ‘near death experience’ personally, but i’ve read of them, and i believe them. i have had visions, though, that were quite powerful. Cill, if you’re interested, you can email me, and i’ll share them with you (i don’t share them publicly).

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  68. Ame says:

    not sure what this says about me, but i find that suicide hotline thing hilarious.


  69. Ame says:

    Oldest is taking an international business course this term. she had to write a short paper on this international cultural personality test kinda thing they were required to take – supposedly to point out their awareness of other cultures or something like that. the paper had to answer questions about it. sounded like they were trying to incite them and prove that decent, human beings are subconsciously and consciously treating those from other cultures with disrespect. in her paper she wrote that how she treats people from different cultures is not any different from how she treats all people – with respect – because in her home, that was what was taught and expected. iow, she didn’t let them bait her. very proud of that girl!

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  70. Cill says:

    Thanks Ame. I’ve just finished a long chat with him on the phone. Re the email. I’ll have to think about it. I set up a gmail for the sole purpose of “Cill” here, and don’t use it for anything else. Actually I can’t open the account unless I give Google info I’m not prepared to disclose. Anyway, thanks.

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  71. horsemanbombadil says:

    Don’t go looking as such was just had it come up on my ytube recommendations because I watch a lot of boating videos and thought it was a good contrast to the broad who couldn’t park at a gas pump.

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  72. horsemanbombadil says:

    From June 17 to 23, 10 per cent of people with COVID-19 were admitted to hospital, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada’s latest epidemiological report, published on Friday. That compares with a hospital admission rate of 15 per cent since the start of the pandemic.

    The numbers for intensive care unit admissions are similar: 17 per cent from June 17 to 23, compared with 20 per cent since the start of the pandemic. And last week, only 2 per cent of patients in hospital needed mechanical ventilation, compared with 4 per cent since the start of the pandemic.

    How stats can hide the spin.

    Its not about cases, eventually 80+% will get covid as corona viruses never get vaccines.
    The issue is severity. Can we treat when you inevitibly get it.

    So 10% of covid patients go to hospital. Doesnt matter a thousand cases or a gazillion.
    Of those cases 1 in 10 go to hospital.

    Now here is the tricky bit.

    Only 2% of those IN HOSPITAL needed ventilation.
    Most people read it is 10% got to hospital and 2% need vents.

    It is not 2% of all cases, but 2% of 10% which is 0.2%

    It is not 2 of every 100 covid cases, it is 2 of every 1,000 cases.

    And then of those a percentage die but it is still less than 1 per thousand.

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  73. horsemanbombadil says:

    Love the CanUK flag too.

    As a proud Canuck I sang O’Canada followed by God Save the Queen every day kindergarten right thru the end of college. Even as a college senior I stood every morning at the start of first class.

    I also miss waking up on the couch at 2:00 am to
    “And so ends our broadcast day” followed by the opening notes.
    Even in a drunken fog I managed to stumble to my feet most times to honour my country and our soveriegn.

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  74. Ame says:

    no worries, Cill; i totally understand. just know it’s a standing offer till i’m no longer on this side of eternity 🙂

    when i was in therapy all those years ago, working thru what my then-husband was doing, i began having flashbacks to when my parents abused me when i was a little girl. my therapist challenged me to ask God where He was when my parents were doing those things … and He did, through visions. i wrote them down.

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  75. horsemanbombadil says:


    Been flatlined twice first time at 31, second at 36 from sick sinus syndrome. Basically my heart just forgets to beat. Just blacked out. First time I was down for over a minute.

    Unfortunately nothing to report. Just blacked out.

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  76. Sumo says:

    Basically my heart just forgets to beat.

    I mis-read “near death experience” as “how many people have tried to kill me”.

    Good thing I didn’t open my big mouth and make a fool out of myself. Again.

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  77. Cill says:

    I guess the closest I came to the world of weird was phenomena in the sky and on and under the sea that shouldn’t be there. If I hallucinated them, all I can say is my mind is way more weird and inventive than I ever imagined (if that’s not a contradiction in terms).

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  78. Cill says:

    That’s an understandable mis-read, bro S.

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  79. SFC Ton says:

    A very old friend of mine has had a “near death experience”. It’s seems supernatural and I can’t think of any explanation. Does anyone here have any experience or knowledge of this sort of thing?

    I was married once. Does that count?

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  80. SFC Ton says:

    Harvard Girl: she was making a point.

    That women should not speak in public without their owners permission?

    Liked by 4 people

  81. horsemanbombadil says:


    Yeah but we were talking about YOUR near death experience.

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  82. I’ve been knocked out a couple of times and each time had very vivid “dreams”.

    When I was put under for a procedure recently it was like they just turned out a light. Then a nurse was saying “Time to wake up.” in the recovery room. Zero, and I mean ZERO recall of the last 45 minutes. No dreams. Not even a sense of time having passed. Not even “nothing”. On/Off/On.

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  83. horsemanbombadil says:

    So many tubers being deleted lately wanted to repost my favorite vid of all time by Lazarus aka Messenger Rising.


  84. RichardP says:

    @KH said (re. Harvard Girl?): She’s an idiot and you’re defending her being an idiot.

    I don’t think the words I actually used support your contention.

    I supplied the context for what was being reported in this thread without the context. That is not defending her. And these words that I used also are not defending her: … her point may or may not be valid, but her choice of words to make that point shows a distinct lack of common sense and experience with the work world. That lack of common sense is what got her fired. …

    And, KH, if you were not responding to me, then nevermind.


  85. Ame says:

    I was married once. Does that count?



  86. Ame says:

    Bloom – Fuzzie won’t stop till you stop him. polite recommendations don’t work with him, unfortunately. i hate seeing him completely sabotaging your blog.

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  87. Ame says:

    Sumo – any suggestions for different spices to use making soup? i like eating it b/c it makes me feel good – a good blend of veg’s plus a meet with homemade broth … but i’m kinda tired of the flavorings.


  88. Gunner Q says:

    Cill @ 9:52 pm:
    “A very old friend of mine has had a “near death experience”. It’s seems supernatural and I can’t think of any explanation. Does anyone here have any experience or knowledge of this sort of thing?”

    My family has stories and I’ve self-studied dream interpretation to no real success It’s a real thing but not usually something to get worked up about..?

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  89. Cheque d'Out says:

    At least Ghislaine is safe

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  90. Funny ’cause it’s true.

    Liked by 8 people

  91. Liz says:

    Father’s day cards, work boots….
    probably also a lot of chess sets.

    Liked by 3 people

  92. We play with a $10 set we got at target a couple years back, when we used to, you know, go to target.

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  93. Sumo says:

    What kind of soup are we talking about here?

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  94. Ame says:

    Basically it’s a way to get me a lot of nutrients in one meal, but I can’t have any dairy except whole butter, no grains, no soy. I’ve been using quinoa, which I really like, vegetables, chicken, broth. I’ve used Basil, oregano, and thyme. I’ve also used cumin. I’ll freeze it in individual portions and eat it for breakfast because it makes me feel really good, but I’m getting tired of the same flavors and wondering how to change it up. I make homemade chicken broth which I use as the base.


  95. Sumo says:

    Well, if you wanted to give it a more of a Thai flair, try ginger, garlic, galangal, lemongrass. Or to make it more Japanese-y, miso. Miso is soy based, but it’s fermented soybeans, and many people I’ve encountered who have sensitivities or allergies to soy are able to eat it without issue.

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  96. Ame says:

    Galangal and lemongrass are new to me; sounds interesting. I will check that out. I’ll also look into miso. Thank you, Mighty Sumo!


  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    Tomorrow’s background conversation for me, I think.

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  98. Cheque d'Out says:

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  99. Cheque d'Out says:

    She’s shut the border to Scots wanting to go to England to visit a pub (Scotland still locked down). Can’t wait for the next scotch election.


  100. Cheque d'Out says:

    Eyebrows raised


  101. Cheque d'Out says:

    Queen Karen Sturgeon of Scotland.

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  102. Cheque d'Out says:

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  103. SFC Ton says:

    I`’ve been near dead a few times

    Can’t say anything fancy happened. A lot of anger, internally saying fuck a lot and….. waking up sometime later thinking what the fuck

    Which isn’t all that different from any other day

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  104. SFC Ton says:

    My brushes with the super natural have only occurred in serious life and death situations. Mostly combat, which has always been an out of body experience for me, but also that voice of command making accurate decisions with out any overt intell to drive them.

    Avoid this road, left door, look up, A team here, gun team there, get out now etc etc….. can’t recall more then 3 words or the voice being wrong, on to many occasions to discount.

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  105. theshadowedknight says:

    Ton, that could be the voice of God, St. Michael, or just instinct. I don’t have a voice like that, but I know things I shouldn’t sometimes. Got me out of a few scrapes, and let me know when I can or cannot trust someone. The person who fucked me over hardest was the person that gave me a really bad feeling and I ignored because he acted decent. Until, of course, he stabbed me in the back.

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  106. horsemanbombadil says:

    First person to bitch about the heat…..

    It fucking SNOWED on Canada Day.

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  107. Cill says:

    “Father’s day cards, work boots….
    probably also a lot of chess sets”

    … and Rubik Cubes.
    I bet they didn’t take any Rubik Cubes (except to eat, or to sniff coke off of).

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  108. SFC Ton says:

    Devinly inspired. Past that I don’t care to speculate if it’s the Almighty, mojo He blessed me with or any of His agents…… reckon it doesn’t much matter either

    Only time I worry about being truly fucked is when I don’t hear that voice.

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  109. […] Often, they want to get involved with them. How might you find out what you are getting into? […]


  110. Liz says:

    I don’t have any “near death” experiences as far as I can recall. I had some pretty lucid dreams after Dad died, for a little while (Mom had one “encounter” too with the light turning itself on in the middle of the night in the hall bathroom, after she woke up to a little dust tornado swirling around her face. That must’ve been weird).

    Mike has had temporal distortion a few times. I guess that’s the physiological response when time slows down in the fraction of a second before disaster. He’s come about 1/10th of a second from death in the cockpit. Once he’d spent all his energy and was flying pretty low and an anti-aircraft shot off. He was facing down and saw the flack coming straight at him. He said he knew it was the end and just felt very calm. It all discharged before it hit. There were a few other near mid-air collisions but that one he really thought “this is it”.

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  111. b g says:


    LOL, that is kind of normal or at least fairly common in the Rockies. We lived around Calgary for a few years and it could snow there in any month of the year…briefly mind you, but enough to keep a person humble ;-D


  112. okrahead says:

    If it snows on Canada Day doesn’t that just mean you have a perfectly good excuse to hang out at Tim Hortons all day?


  113. okrahead says:

    Of course I feel sorry for any poor Canadian sods who have to settle for Tim Hortons donuts; Krispy Kreme is truly the one and only donut champion.


  114. Ame says:

    whoa, Liz. how long after that happened did he tell you?


  115. Liz says:

    how long after that happened did he tell you?

    Don’t know exactly…probably a few years.

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