Forum posts made by cleverfox

Topic Addicting Series
Posted 31 Mar 2014 20:22

The Big Bang Theory

Topic what are you drinking?
Posted 28 Mar 2014 16:33

Blue Moon Coriander Wheet Ale with orange slices.

Topic The Rage Cage
Posted 28 Mar 2014 05:02

Double, Double, Toil and Trouble. Fire Burn and Caldron Bubble.

The Coven exists.

Topic How many of you own a strap-on and who do you use it on?
Posted 20 Mar 2014 18:41

Dr. Love,

Have you ever asked your wife to use a strap-on dildo on you? I bet you have some good stories to tell.

Topic Best job interview tip?
Posted 10 Mar 2014 13:19

All of the advice above is very good. I just want to add if you wear a wrist watch take it off of your wrist and put it in your pocket. The only thing that matters during the interview is the interview. Looking at the watch isn't good.

Also, if you have a cell phone remember to put it on vibrate before the interview.

Topic Have you ever lied to your partner or spouse about having sex with someone else
Posted 03 Mar 2014 17:02

Personally, I think it would make it all worse if I was married to a woman that cheated on another man to be with me in the first place then, I cheated on her when she made the accusation and I lied to her.

Topic Affairs.....Have you ever been out with your spouse or girl/boyfriend and had
Posted 25 Feb 2014 14:36

I have never had an affair but I did run into a girlfriend when she was with the object of her affair. She stayed to face me but the object of her affair ran like an Olympic sprinter.

Topic Should kids in the untied states have to say the pledge of alligence in school
Posted 06 Feb 2014 19:15

I saw this thread pop up in the recent posts banner. I was curious what the pledge was coming from another country, one that has no requirement to pledge any allegiance. So here's the opinion of one outsider which means of course my weight in the matter is minimal. And you may seek to correct my interpretations.

The first line is a bit odd. Why pledge allegiance to a flag. It's a flag FFS, simply a way of showing what country a place or vessel or delegation or whatever represents. It has no agency. The republic does have agency so it makes a more sense to pledge allegiance there so I'd say get rid of the 'to the flag' bit.

The under god has no place in a secular state. If it's not a requirement to believe in god to be a citizen then it shouldn't be in there.

What does it mean for a country to be indivisible? In what way. In believe systems? - everyone has to believe the same thing, plainly that's not the case and not possible. In government? - everyone has to support the government regardless of what things they are doing you may disagree with - that's a bit totalitarian and against the ethos of the US I would have thought(well outwardly at least). In jurisdiction? - I guess by definition the US is a defined entity that is indivisible as a country, so that's a truism... but only if you ignore the vastly different laws governing each of the many states.

Justice for all is great. That basically just means that people should get treated equally and fairly under the law, though I'd suggest that it's an ideal that is not met reliably - but then it isn't in any country really. Liberty for all is a little more nuanced though, it's not as if you can do whatever you want where ever you want, without respect to others and the laws of the state.

What does pledging allegiance really mean or require? To simply abide by the nations laws? Wouldn't it be better to simply promise to abide by the law. Should I back my country up even if I think they're doing something that I strongly disagree with. Some mention it as a way of showing pride in your country, but I don't even no what that means. Here, in Australia, I love so many aspects of where I live. The natural beauty, the fact that as a country we tend to have a better quality of life than most, the character of the people. Although I love it I also understand that it's simply through happenstance that I was born here and if born somewhere else would have developed some similar feelings for that place (even if I wanted to get out because of problems within the state) so it's no reason for some silly swelling pride. On the last point, character of the people, one thing that irks me is this overt nationalism that has taken over the country over the last couple of decades, moving us seemingly more towards the US. This started in our bicentennial year it seems, and it's vacuousness and danger no better illustrated by the trashing of some beautiful places, or race riots that have occurred on the national celebration day. Unfortunately such pride is so often accompanied by belligerence and arrogance.

I find these sort of pledges and icons (such as flags) to be apparently profound on the surface but under analyses fall over. What has been termed a deepity by some. It's a great way to get people to not really think about things and to act as sheep.

I expect to be told to piss off, it's not your country, and perhaps fair call - but I hope I've flavoured the discussion with an outsiders view, stepping back and viewing from afar.

Can I get an "AMEN BROTHER!"

Topic The Rage Cage
Posted 02 Feb 2014 11:21

If you just told me that you didn't want to see me anymore, then that would be less painful than the silence and unknown.

Topic Have you ever Secretly played with yourself on the phone with someone?
Posted 01 Feb 2014 19:15

Not secretly. icon_smile

Topic Should kids in the untied states have to say the pledge of alligence in school
Posted 01 Feb 2014 09:46

Give me some time and I will break it down with pictures to a 4th grade level for you.... Otherwise stay on the sidelines and try to learn something...

Not an opinion, this is a fact.

When I was in fourth grade I was doing math at a high school level. I doubt you could reach my fourth grade level.

Topic Should kids in the untied states have to say the pledge of alligence in school
Posted 31 Jan 2014 16:48

Thank you cajunbuckaroo for saying what I was trying to but couldn't get my hands around. So Ladyx to answer you.

1) Speak the language: You can stay if you don't want to speak it but good luck communicating with us because English is our language. How many other countries in the world would cater to a group that wanted another language recognized. I have no problem with them speaking it, I just want the one language that has been with us since we were founded to still be the main language and not have to make it complicated....

2) Still say the pledge everyday in schools across the country. The kids are not offended by the language in it at all. It is teaching them to be proud of our country. Something we are losing ground on way too fast. It is the parents and special interest groups that are against it, the kids need to learn to be proud of our country, even with its flaws, much like children growing up must respect teachers, parents, grandparents, etc.

3) Pray to God: This one I still believe in but hang on.... The word God to me only represents something that you look to for help. Obviously their are other religions, so let's come up with a different word if we must. I still believe the majority, probably over 65% of the country do believe in God. But I am not saying that is the only thing to worship. I respect the other's right to follow what they want to but feel everyone growing up needs to have something to relate to when times are tough, which they will be in life....

Hope that makes more sense.

Not really.

Topic The Rage Cage
Posted 27 Jan 2014 19:19

I miss you. I rage at the things in this universe that are keeping us apart.

Topic what are you drinking?
Posted 27 Jan 2014 19:15

Irish Mist

Topic designing the body
Posted 19 Jan 2014 16:56

I would add a third breast to women but I would stop there. Four breasts would just be perverted.

Seriously, I always thought life would have been more interesting if humans had tails. Not a hamster tail, mind you, but a long tail that would hang down to our ankles and be prehensile.

Topic I am the guy with two (2) penises.
Posted 02 Jan 2014 21:03

Says the guy who posts a ripped abs avatar he found somewhere on the interweb and makes 90% of his posts in the Lush forum Word / Forum Games / Jokes area.

I stumbled across the post on another website, iamhere. And please quit looking at my profile, unless you're into raging tractor infernos.


Topic Which part of gods country are you from?
Posted 26 Dec 2013 19:57

I took the quiz. I live in Denver Colorado but I was raised in Akron Ohio. The three cities it listed for my "most like" are Akron Ohio, Cleveland Ohio and Minneapolis/St. Paul Minnesota.

Not bad.

Topic Who versus Whom
Posted 20 Dec 2013 19:11

Easy to remember, if the answer would be he, she or they then you use who. If the answer would be him, her or them then you use whom.

Topic Should kids in the untied states have to say the pledge of alligence in school
Posted 09 Dec 2013 04:05

Exactly my point concerning the "Hitler Youth" argument, thank you for helping me to make it while missing the REST of my point entirely. You SPOKE of your "willingness to..." uh huh. IF men like Audie Murphy and Ira Hayes could return home and snap to attention to salute the flag and recite it, come on back AFTER you've been awarded the CMH and tell me that again. THEN, I'll be inclined to say, "Sir, you have nothing more to prove to anyone!" Until that time, I'm NOT impressed with self professed "willingness".

If you wish to hold trial by slur and innuendo without any real evidence like Joeseph McCarthy than be my guest but remember that is a very sharp sword that cuts both ways.

By the way, what exactly are the benefits of saying the Pledge of Alligiance?

Most importantly I have nothing to prove to you.

Topic Should kids in the untied states have to say the pledge of alligence in school
Posted 08 Dec 2013 14:02

If you don't WANT doubt, then don't ASK for it.

Anybody from the biggest anti-USA terrorist to the most loyal of US citizens can recite the Pledge of Alligiance. There is nothing magical about it. Reciting that poem is meaningless.

How does my not reciting some poem invite questions about my loyalty to my country?

Topic Should kids in the untied states have to say the pledge of alligence in school
Posted 07 Dec 2013 20:54

I too served as a Marine in Vietnam. Still, my take on this is. IF you opt for either you OR your children NOT to "pledge allegiance" to this nation, and I then to suppose that you will ALSO chose not to avail yourself of ANY of the benefits of so doing? Will you relocate, so that this nation and those of us who DO pledge loyalty too it are no longer held responsible and accountable for your or your family's rights, safety, health and welfare? Because UNLESS that IS the case, then in so far as I can see, NO you DO NOT have the right of refusal where the OBLIGATIONS are concerned.

I am loyal to my country and I will be damned before I have to prove it to others by putting my hand on my heart, staring at a colored piece of cloth and reciting a stupid poem.

I will fight and die for my country if necessary (I would rather fight and make that other guy die for his country though) but don't you dare question my loyalty over some stupid poem.

Topic Should kids in the untied states have to say the pledge of alligence in school
Posted 07 Dec 2013 14:59

It's called indoctrination and, just like churches, the younger you can get them to start mouthing the words the more likely you OWN them as adults.

This is something an adult should decide for themselves but it's extremely hard getting past the early indoctrination.

You tell them LasarDaddy.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 02 Dec 2013 14:12

That itself shows what kind of person you are. Theres a difference between teasing and making fun of somebody and having a laugh/banter, to winding people up and pissing them off, for your own personal entertainment.

You may as well just have said "I enjoy ruining other peoples day, because it makes me feel good."

Aren't your personal attacks on me a bit off topic? You can always send them to me in a private message.

I am not ruining your day.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 01 Dec 2013 14:38

If you had said "People find other justifacations to hate" we wouldn't be having this fall out, because that is how I feel. But you didn't say that, you said "Atheists find other justifications to hate", which makes it sound like a motiviated attack on that sector, without reason or intelligent arguement. THATS what got me angry, if you mean people, we have no problem, because people, religious, agnostic atheist, aliens, whatever, will always find something to hate, but if you do mean to single out Atheists, then obviously i'm still not happy (If you intially worded it wrong, then I apologise...)

I feel that way about people in general but because the thread subject is atheists I said atheist. The wording wasn't wrong so don't bother with an apology.

I thought you weren't going to reply to me?

Also, I love winding people up.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 01 Dec 2013 14:20

The hypocrasy you have is a disgrace, I mean seriously, take your face for a poo. If you're trying to wind me up, it's working. You call atheists haters, a complete and deep cutting insult, as if it was nothing, as if we are beneath you, and then whinge like a school girl when I reply telling you exactly what you remark was, and why you are a disgusting person for posting it. You haven't come up with a single decent comment since this topic began. Your a not a clever fox at all are you, you should change your name...

Don't reply to me, I don't want to speak to you again.

Atheist are haters no more than any other group of humans. I find that humans will find any excuse to hate. Atheists are no different as you have just so well proven.

I am sorry I hurt your so tender little feelings with mere words.

Have a nice life.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 01 Dec 2013 12:48

Arcadia, your name calling neither changes my opinion of humanity nor is it going to make me go away.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 01 Dec 2013 01:05

I'm pretty sure that is NOT debatable...

Hitler was an Atheist too. Both Hitler and Stalin also had moustaches. Pahaps it was the moustaches that made them kill people, not being Atheists. Many people kill in the name of religion, there are no Atheists that kill in the name of Atheism. To use that as an arguement is base ignorance.

Your comment is as irrelavant as saying "Manchester United won the Premier League title, because there was a Japanese child that did his first poo in the toilet earlier the same day." Clearly, It's has nothing to do with anything.

You see, we are all Atheists in our own way. If you we born in Ancient Greece, you'd believe in Zeus and Apollo and a hundred other Gods. If you were Roman, you'd believe in Venus and Cupid etc... If you we hindu, it would be Shiva. There are thousands of mythologic Gods that religious people are Atheists to. If your Christian, Jewish or Muslim, you don't beleive in any of these God's, making you Atheist to them. But the people would lived at the times these God's were popular, would resent and maybe even hate you for it. Just as religious people disagree with Atheists today. But to discount a thousand Gods and believe in just one, is absurd. When you yourselves are Atheists in at least some manner of speaking too.

Everybody knows that absolutes don't work well in the world. Absolute power always leads to cataclysmic outcomes, absolute love is suffocating, absolute knowladge do not exsist, So the idea of one God, with absolute power is not an idea I think is a pleasure or privilage to consider, but rather an abomination of an idea that should be feared, loathed and distrusted.

But I've had it will this arguement. Nobody can convince anybody else either way, because everybody is too busy defending their own "beliefs" and everbody is stuck into the same method of thinking, constantly. There will be no winners, just a whole bunch of losers. Believe what you want...whatever. I'm fed up with arguing. It just creates resentment, fear and hatred, precisely what we all want to get rid of.

All this tells me is that atheists find other justifications to hate.

Topic I Hate Bath Ducks. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 01 Dec 2013 00:57


Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 30 Nov 2013 16:14

Clarification for some: an atheist seeks understanding of oneself and their place in the world devoid of a higher.

I looked up the definition of Athiest in the New World Dictionary. There is nothing in that definition that says anything about understanding of oneself and his' or her's place in the world. All it states is a belief that there is no supreme being.

By the way, I am not a 'babe'.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 30 Nov 2013 12:07

Stalin was an atheist too.