About Ziptie477


A bit of a reader and haven't tried my hand at writing erotica yet. I love to read erotica and have quite a few experiences I can base a story or two upon. I am athletic and outgoing. I windsurf, mnt and road bike, run, lift and hike. I love living in Japan and am quite lucky to live near the coast.

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Topic: what is your biggest fear?
Posted: 17 Aug 2011 00:09

it sounds cliche, but knowing my life has been without merit or worth. I hope I never know that feeling.

Topic: Sex Education Called an “Attack on Religious Freedom”
Posted: 24 Feb 2011 06:28

knowledge is power and the church does not want you to have that
they are still living in the past and cannot prove anything they belive

This is the key! If you dont' think, you cannot know. If you don't know, you cannot decide. If you cannot decide, you follow whatever is told to you.

Topic: Word association game
Posted: 24 Feb 2011 06:26


Topic: Get your homonym on
Posted: 03 Jan 2011 23:09


When I was in the second grade, my teacher introduced me to "homonyms," those words, like "caret" and "carrot" that are pronounced the same, but are spelled differently, and that have different meanings. The concept intrigued me, and for months, I maintained a dog-eared pad of yellow paper with an ever-growing list of homonyms. I eventually lost that yellow pad, but never my interest in these odd, quirky English words.

I consider homonyms to be the prime numbers of the English language. Like primes, they cannot be predicted by any rules of grammar or diction. In the way that you can't search the number line for primes, you cannot systematically search the dictionary for homonyms. You just have to find them, like Easter Eggs in the dictionary.

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Not to belittle the point, but you can find prime numbers quite easily: www.mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/faq.prime.num.html

Topic: Phrases you wish people would get right
Posted: 03 Jan 2011 23:02

I am surprised that no one mentioned the infamous animal, alot... instead of the correct use " a lot" ..

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