About Ruthie


What is there for me to say that hasn't already been said? I forget who said that, but it wasn't me. I am here for entertainment purposes only. I am fond of chocolate, ice cream, diamonds, sex and cheese. You may send me diamonds if we have not been properly introduced, but I will receive cheese only from my friends, because of health concerns. I like to write stories about sex, otherwise, I'd be filling in the biography details on a different site, wouldn't I? I am not wishy-washy, I am open minded.

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singing, reading, music, and since this is a sex site, sex. I am very interested in sex. All kinds of sex. Straight sex, bi sex, threesomes, foursomes, spankings, bdsm, I'm a sexual person.


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Topic: Should The Think Tank be renamed to The Troll's Lair?
Posted: 20 Mar 2017 17:00

Paul Revere was not English, his father was a Frenchman. And he never reached Concord. What Longfellow wrote was a nice piece of poetry, but it didn't describe what really happened. Three men started out on that ride, Prescott, Dawson and Revere. Though they did go from town to town to warn the people, they did not shout anything, because their effort to alert the people had to remain hidden from the British, who had their spies too. The three split up trying to reach Concord. Dawson lost his way, Revere was detained and delayed by the British and only Prescott made it to Concord. He was the one who alerted the people there.

Prescott didn't rhyme with hear. Longfellow couldn't find any good rhymes for Prescott, so he picked Revere. Longfellow isn't famous for accuracy.

Topic: donald trump for president
Posted: 20 Mar 2017 16:48

giggles... He didn't call them anything actually... the quote is fiction.. never said, never published, no record at People Magazine of any of this.
<img src="/forum/images/emoticons/dontknow.gif" alt="dontknow"> ... such is life <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/eusa_shhh.gif" alt="Shhh">

The meme is simply using an alternate fact.

Topic: Loudmouthed Liberalism Is Losing
Posted: 16 Mar 2017 15:16

This is my chart. I am every bit the left wing loon I have been accused of being.


Topic: DirtyMartini.. Alan... Did he pass away?
Posted: 14 Mar 2017 17:27

Alan's birthday would have been Thursday. He would have been fifty six; far too young to die. He had so much more to offer the world. Alan gave himself not only to Lush and stories, bit to other poetry groups as well. His influence on other poets was a positive force. I was devastated when I learned of his death. I'm still asking myself why he had to die, and I'll always wonder how much more he could have given the world as a poet. I just feel overwhelming sadness at his loss as a friend.

Topic: donald trump for president
Posted: 11 Mar 2017 15:17

Woof bark woof woof woof arf. Bark bark arf woof woof woof.

I appreciate your attempt at humor, but the Think Tank is for serious discussion. Also, everyone already knows why the chicken crossed the road, and that remark about my mama was uncalled for.

Topic: donald trump for president
Posted: 11 Mar 2017 15:14

Interesting deflection attempt there. Or you completely missed my point. Obama spent 8 years blaming everything wrong on others, most often on his predecessor. Not once do I remember him acknowledging that sometimes shit just happens, or worse, that he just might have caused some shit to happen. Not in 8 years. People are imperfect. Obama was/is imperfect. Did he have a perfect administration? I really don't fucking think so! And I survived 8 years of it.

So buck up, Snowflake! The sky is not falling. You will survive the next 8 years just fine!

Obama inherited an economic mess when he came into office. The economy got better, although it would have been hard fo it to have gotten worse. Bush/Cheney left the country on the point of economic collapse. Now Trump wants credit for jobs created in the Obama administration. Trump and his allies have shown us the kind of authoritarian government they want to impose by the people they have put in positions of power. He is blustering about nuclear arms and alienating our allies at the same time he cozies up to dictators and covers up the reason for a Russian diplomats death. Do you read the news or just accept what Brietbart News and Hannity tell you? I bet you believe calling people 'snowflake' is political discourse. It isn't.

You may also believe that Obama is running a shadow government and that the Democratic party, especially Obama, framed the Trump campaign for Russian interference in the election. Those 'news' stories are wrong as well, just more nonsense pulled out of the ass of right wing propagandists like Sean Hannity, and manufactured in the fevered minds of desperate Republican politicians.

Obama stayed in DC to give his daughter time to graduate high school, and Donald Trump's people collaborated with a foreign government to interfere with the American electoral process according to United States intelligence reports, but people like you and other Trump supporters would rather believe in alternative Brietbart facts and misinformation Hannity makes up on the spot than The Intelligence community. Smoke and mirrors to deflect people from the truth issues from the White House, and you believe every word, so don't be telling us the next eight years is going to be okay because comparing other administrations to what Trump is trying to do to this country is ridiculous. It's like eight sticks of dynamite is going to be okay because you survived eight firecrackers.

Topic: Nancy Pelosi Wants to See What's Inside the Bill Before Voting on It.
Posted: 11 Mar 2017 14:28


The queen of double standards does it again. First, she says we have to pass the bill she likes before we get to see what's inside. Now, she wants to see what's inside before we vote on it.

Is this more laughable or shameful?

Where does she say we have to pass the bill she likes?

Topic: Rebel Girls: The Ugly Truth of Children's Books
Posted: 10 Mar 2017 08:39

I have read hundreds of books while I grew up, and many of those featured a male hero who would't have made it without the help of a female or a mouse . I mean, where would Harry potter have ended without Hermione Granger and Luna Lovegood?

I have been careful to read only mouse positive books to my mice, and they have all grown up with positive attitudes and self images.

Topic: Repeal and Replace
Posted: 09 Mar 2017 14:04

There are suppumental plans for Medicare in the US. Medicare only covers 80% of costs, and then there are deductibles, etc. I suppose that our elderly who have enough money to afford the supplemental plans might do okay, but what about those who can't afford the plans that provide 100% coverage? I don't believe Medicare covers dental either. Medicaid varies from state to state. Any one payer system in this country would be tailored to the needs of the insurance companies, which would mean high deductibles and high co-pays as well as a limitation on coverage.

Topic: La Resistance
Posted: 09 Mar 2017 13:52

Destroying and prohibiting unions has always been part of the Republican plan to move the countries wealth into fewer hands. Having a work force willing to work for food and shelter is their ultimate goal. Every wealthy family can have a house full of servants for next to no cost. The people in charge don't want our real history taught in school. American history, like most of world history as taught in schools, is geared to producing willing and productive drones for corporations. I can't imagine the people in charge of making any change that would benefit the workers. Their goal is to chip away at the American dream year after year. Their idea of what the American economy should work like is Victorian England, the ruling class and aristocracy having all the wealth and power, and abundant cheap labor.

Unions are part of the resistance. The right to collective bargaining is important.

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Lessons Learned

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