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COMPLETELY RANDOM 16 Sep 2020 01:45 #107617

uninvited guest tonight

Mike
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 13 Sep 2020 23:14 #107536

Oh, hell no......

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 13 Sep 2020 02:27 #107519

The Catholic Church said the same thing about the printing press, even earlier the church said the same thing to repress the introduction of paper from China, parchment was the only writing medium they allowed for centuries, the high cost of parchment ( as compared to the low cost paper) kept them in control of communication.



I am no fan of Facebook, just sayin’

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 13 Sep 2020 01:55 #107517

WetWillie wrote: Have any of you responders actually taken the time to watch this documentary?
The ol saying "Ignorance is bliss comes to mind".


After reading a review or two the documentary seems to be a regurgitation of issues that have been discussed for the past decade or two. It is packaged to sell, and you bought. Supersize me! (I don't have Netflix or Amazon Prime)

This is just as concerning, or more so:

Edward Snowden: How Your Cell Phone Spies on You





How about a Faraday cage for your phone?
www.walmart.com/ip/Faraday-Bag-RFID-Sign...bEAQYESABEgJmTPD_BwE




Anyway, the world came to an end in the sixties.

“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing–absolutely nothing–half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”
From Kenneth Grahame‘s classic, The Wind in the Willows.

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 13 Sep 2020 01:00 #107515

Have any of you responders actually taken the time to watch this documentary?
The ol saying "Ignorance is bliss comes to mind".
"friends to the end."- Russ Cleaton
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 12 Sep 2020 18:48 #107511

The same was said about rock and roll when I was a kid...It may be happening but it is a slow process.
“I would rather have a mind opened by wonder than one closed by belief.” Gary Spence

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 12 Sep 2020 18:05 #107510

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Yep...as you say Al. Destroying us.
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 12 Sep 2020 16:27 #107509

WetWillie wrote: Bev and I watched one helluva an interesting documentary on Netflix tonight that I can't recommend highly enough.
Here's the post/description on another forum that got me interested in checking it out.
"the social dilemma" - Netflix. Documentary about the different areas of social media and how it works. It is unnerving to the extreme. People who have worked at Facebook, Instagram, etc come together to explain how all these companies make their money and how what we think of as "cool" is destroying us. So many times they point to rabbit holes we head down without a clue as to what is happening. Politics, children, acceptance, etc. are covered. None of them believe it is going away or left on our own we will adapt. They do have some pretty grim forecast, many are discussed in CSM, if we don't do something about it.


Netflix?

Netflix has done more to destroy society than electricity!

I'm quoting a Quaker friend of mine.
“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing–absolutely nothing–half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”
From Kenneth Grahame‘s classic, The Wind in the Willows.

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 12 Sep 2020 03:33 #107503

Bev and I watched one helluva an interesting documentary on Netflix tonight that I can't recommend highly enough.
Here's the post/description on another forum that got me interested in checking it out.
"the social dilemma" - Netflix. Documentary about the different areas of social media and how it works. It is unnerving to the extreme. People who have worked at Facebook, Instagram, etc come together to explain how all these companies make their money and how what we think of as "cool" is destroying us. So many times they point to rabbit holes we head down without a clue as to what is happening. Politics, children, acceptance, etc. are covered. None of them believe it is going away or left on our own we will adapt. They do have some pretty grim forecast, many are discussed in CSM, if we don't do something about it.
"friends to the end."- Russ Cleaton

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 11 Sep 2020 01:40 #107468

Locomotion wrote: Most of my toys are for summer time but here is the real reason I hate to see summer go, fresh eveything, I don't grow it myself but the local farmers market only allows sellers that do grow it themselves. Dana's a great cook, I can only shuck corn and break beans ;-)


Looks good!

Supporting local growers is the best way to vote with your dollars. It keeps your money local and the vegetables are of higher quality and fresher!
“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing–absolutely nothing–half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”
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