Random Cultural Things

  1. Morrissey Fans

    Smiths Fans
  2. Pet Troll

    *Update wit screenshots mid-post. ** Update 4/28/2014 near bottom of post. Dear Pet Troll, Who are you? Let me ponder it while I listen to this classic. So then... Who are you? Who, who, who, who? Well, who are you? I really wanna know. Tell me, who are you? 'Cause I really wanna know. *4/18/2014 ~ Pet Troll is Morrithey. Or read this post. One of his many user names... PT hates me because my ex posted his address in the chatroom back in 2005 after he had posted our...
  3. Smiths Fans

    Morrissey Fans
  4. Shifting Gears

    So much negativity. Some people can bring out the worst in me. Others can bring out the best. Women. They can be tough nuts to crack. Perhaps the stereotype of them being petty, catty, jealous, envious, and competitive with one another has some merit. As has been demonstrated here on Solo. Numerous times. I like women. I do. But I seem to become the target of their wrath, for some reason. Perhaps for those reasons previously mentioned. Whatever the case may be, I find this disheartening....
  5. An Iron Fist Inside a Velvet Glove Part II: The Gloves Are Off

    Warning: This is going to get ugly. Was I left with any other choice? How long will this psychodrama continue? I hope it ends here. Why do I fear this is not the case? Because I am dealing with an angry woman—an angry woman who holds onto things: people, objects, and grudges. She is obsessed and angry. A lethal combination. See Part I. I am posting this here because hand in glove has a habit of deleting her blog posts. She has been a blogger for longer than I have. But she...
  6. An Iron Fist Inside a Velvet Glove

    See Part II. Hand In Glove—Leslie—does the world revolve around you, my dear? Are all of my blog posts about you? Are ANY of them about you? Do you think you mean that much to me? You don't. And even though you seem to think I have been talking about you in my blog, I have not. All my posts, in fact, are about other people—people I DO interact with on the forums. You are invisible in the forums. You hardly post. You are a non-entity. You have no positive impact or negative one. That you...
  7. Consider This...

    To commemorate my ten year anniversary of being a blogger at Solo, I have put together a book, in PDF format, of my favorite polemical writings from the last ten years. I have titled it... Consider This... Download PDF Here.
  8. Matters of Time and Place

    Ten years Almost 600 blog entries 8,685 posts Friends Loves Husband Ex husband Trolls Debates Loss Book Names: Carnist Speciesist Narcissist Fake Themes: Cats Atheism Love Sexuality Authenticity Envy Trust Betrayal Free speech Private messages Cryptic posts Anonymous posting Listening to thread Sharing Psychopaths Morrissey Sycophants
  9. A Disembodied Mind

    A disembodied mind could be an immortal mind. I want to have my mind uploaded before dementia sets in. Then all that data to be downloaded into a computer. I would be happy to be without a body. Would actually prefer for my mind to be disembodied. I could live inside a computer. People could download an App if they want to access me, interact with me. I could have an online blog/website where I continue to post my thoughts and whatnot. I could have instant access to all the information on...
  10. A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste

    If in the future, we have the ability to save minds from disease and decay, should we make them immortal by housing them in new bodies every three decades? Or should we let them die to make room for new minds? What if overpopulation were not an issue? Or if we could house the minds in computers? Should we keep minds alive forever? I say yes, we should. Don't you think it is more tragic for a fully developed personality to die rather than for a new 'potential one' not to be born? Let the...
  11. Milk, Meat, Auschwitz, and MorrisseyOy Vey!

    Morrissey states: "If you believe in the abattoir then you would support Auschwitz. There's no difference. People who would disagree with this statement have probably never been inside an abattoir." < Are his comments insensitive, even crass? Well, yes. The Nazis DEHUMANIZED Jews, gays, Gypsies, the handicapped, and other undesirables, under the UNSCIENTIFIC theories of Eugenics, reducing the status of these humans to the status of non-human animals. So, Auschwitz victims were...
  12. Philosophy Podcasts

    This will be an ongoing entry, to be updated regularly with new podcasts and audio files. My faves are noted with a ♥. Podcasts hosted by Alan Saunders noted by *. (All digital art/images are by me.) The Existentialists: Albert Camus (reluctant philosopher/reluctant existentialist): Considered himself to be an absurdist rather than an existentialist, because unlike the other existentialists, he wasn't concerned with metaphysics, existence. Never believed himself a philosopher, but...
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