Search:

Type: Posts; User: JaneV2.0

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.21 seconds.

  1. Thread: Impeachment?

    by JaneV2.0
    Replies
    916
    Views
    44,486

    I don't necessarily blame Bush; it was apparently...

    I don't necessarily blame Bush; it was apparently a scheme someone (ill-advisedly) came up with. And I'm all for as much transparency in government as possible, barring national security issues.
  2. Oh please--stop with the silly "identity...

    Oh please--stop with the silly "identity politics" shtick.

    We all have identities--generally multiple. And we all consider them when we participate in political campaigns and vote.

    "White...
  3. Thread: Impeachment?

    by JaneV2.0
    Replies
    916
    Views
    44,486

    This (IMO ill-advised) policy was part of the...

    This (IMO ill-advised) policy was part of the "gun walking" started under President Bush to track weapons to Cartel figures to result in their arrests. I'm sure if there were a chance in hell to...
  4. Replies
    19
    Views
    309

    Credit unions are customer-owned, and thus much...

    Credit unions are customer-owned, and thus much more responsive to your concerns. They afford all the safeguards of traditional banks.
  5. Thread: Impeachment?

    by JaneV2.0
    Replies
    916
    Views
    44,486

    I'm wondering what Republicans would consider...

    I'm wondering what Republicans would consider impeachable when it comes to themselves--murder, maybe?
    Trump and his henchmen have trampled any conventions of ethical behavior.
  6. Replies
    15
    Views
    182

    I regularly buy Chinese-style BBQ pork, which...

    I regularly buy Chinese-style BBQ pork, which comes packaged with hot mustard and sesame seeds, which I then hoard and use with a sambal oelek/ketchup dipping sauce.

    ETA: I checked Amazon, and you...
  7. Replies
    20
    Views
    408

    I like Reuters and Al-Jazeera, among others.

    I like Reuters and Al-Jazeera, among others.
  8. Replies
    19
    Views
    309

    Money generally bores me, and all that churning...

    Money generally bores me, and all that churning would be the last thing I'd want to do.
    I'd look around for a good, solid credit union.
  9. Replies
    20
    Views
    408

    There are books available: The New York Times...

    There are books available: The New York Times Monday Through Friday Easy to Tough Crossword Puzzles, The New York Times Hardest Crosswords Volume 2: 50 Friday and Saturday Puzzles to Challenge Your...
  10. Replies
    15
    Views
    182

    I like all mustards (especially spicy Chinese),...

    I like all mustards (especially spicy Chinese), but only on certain things. I'm not a fan of mustard on hamburgers.
  11. Replies
    20
    Views
    408

    I do 99% of my reading on line.

    I do 99% of my reading on line.
  12. I'm flexible. I've worked every shift possible;...

    I'm flexible. I've worked every shift possible; most often four to midnight. Now I generally rise sixish, earlier in the summer.
  13. Replies
    23
    Views
    435

    I may watch the Oscar-nominated Missing Link,...

    I may watch the Oscar-nominated Missing Link, produced by Laika animation out of Hillsboro, OR.
  14. Replies
    18
    Views
    565

    On standby: David Perlmutter's Brain Maker....

    On standby: David Perlmutter's Brain Maker. Variation on a theme--the role of the gut on brain functions.
  15. Replies
    20
    Views
    408

    I haven't read a newspaper for years, although I...

    I haven't read a newspaper for years, although I was a daily reader for decades. Friends just canceled their subscription to a little local rag whose yearly cost had gone up to nearly $500.
  16. Replies
    36
    Views
    876

    You're probably right, but I generally wear long,...

    You're probably right, but I generally wear long, loose-fitting tops anyway, so it's all moot. If I were built like a model, I'd like pleats even more.
  17. Replies
    36
    Views
    876

    I was thinking those sounded pretty cool. I've...

    I was thinking those sounded pretty cool. I've never liked low-waisted anything...:~)
  18. Thread: Labyrinth

    by JaneV2.0
    Replies
    15
    Views
    282

    A friend of mine just sent me this shot. She...

    A friend of mine just sent me this shot. She visits there several times a year.
  19. Replies
    18
    Views
    565

    The Good Gut, by Justin Sonnenburg, about the...

    The Good Gut, by Justin Sonnenburg, about the microbiome. Next up: Real Queer America--Lost Stories from Red States, by Samantha Allen.

    I love that Bill Gates is a prolific reader. I check out...
  20. Replies
    1,126
    Views
    88,341

    I appreciate your reports, yppej.

    I appreciate your reports, yppej.
  21. Replies
    84
    Views
    1,669

    I like to say I peaked at 19...:D

    I like to say I peaked at 19...:D
  22. Replies
    84
    Views
    1,669

    I was featured in a weather report in a bikini...

    I was featured in a weather report in a bikini and represented Hampton VA (which I have absolutely no connection to) on a Rose Festival float--my brief career as a hottie.
  23. Replies
    84
    Views
    1,669

    It's never too late! (Wearing my Mensa t-shirt,...

    It's never too late! (Wearing my Mensa t-shirt, waving from the Seattle Eastside...)
  24. Replies
    36
    Views
    876

    As an airline-phobic introvert, I'd lean toward...

    As an airline-phobic introvert, I'd lean toward on-line chat. Out of town business was always a non-starter with me. Fortunately, I wasn't called on to do much of it.
  25. Replies
    36
    Views
    876

    I agree "ethical" can be subjective, but as the...

    I agree "ethical" can be subjective, but as the article commented on wasteful practices in the clothing industry, I thought it was appropriate to remark on the wastefulness of traveling when...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4