Clint Eastwood is Awesome! Warning: contains adult language. Viewer discretion is advised.
Saxophone Jazz. Here is “Cinnamon and Clove” by Zoot Sims. Enjoy! Thanks, Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwP8CYAWwoM (please highlight and paste into your browser if the link isn’t already highlighted here).
It’s fun, and informative, to read about the 16 Types (personality types) and the MBTI, also known as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. But one thing I have not seen discussed or written about specifically is: a comparison between SP’s and NJ’s. There has been things written about SP’s and NT’s, But what about SP vs. nJ? This video by EJarendee on Youtube is the closest I’ve heard of that would deal with that. I thought it was a good video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOdPRVZIIjU (please highlight and paste that link into your browser and watch on Youtube. I don’t know why it won’t already highlight here. Other links do). One thing I would add on my own, in general, it sounds like INTJ’s are more “grand schemer/planners” (future oriented) where ISTP’s are more immediate “what’s the best thing that I can do right now” (present moment)? My opinion. Hope you like the video. Thanks, Youtube.
Here’s John Mellencamp singing “Crumblin’ Down”. Thanks, Youtube. Rock On!
Samantha Valens has made several Youtube videos on Witchcraft. But last time I checked, she now has less faith in it and is now more of an “Atheist Witch”. She also has a video about “Why I Left Wicca” on Youtube. This one is about “Finding Your Truth”. Here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojbYkoSyZWs
New Boyfriend? New Girlfriend? Maybe you’ve both been together awhile and now that the initial fire has settled down, you think about your future together. Or perhaps you’ve been together even longer and while things aren’t that terrible, but they’re not that great, either.
You’re thinking that things could be worse. But you also wish you were more happy. And you ask yourself: Should I stay or should I go?
Mira Kirshenbaum has written a good book to help you decide. It’s called: “Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay”. Amazon.com has this. Barnes & Noble could probably order it if they don’t already have it. An informative book! Would be useful for men or women. https://www.amazon.com/Too-Good-Leave-Stay-Publisher/dp/B004TDDLP0/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1516665704&sr=1-2&keywords=too+good+to+leave+too+bad+to+stay P.S.–like this post? I blog about several different topics. Music, Books, Spirituality, TV,…. Explore my posts. Followers welcome! 🙂
Love and Romance. And Country-blues Music. Here’s Ronnie Milsap singing “Happy, Happy Birthday Baby”. Thanks, Youtube.
If you’re at all like me, I am “Culinarily challenged”. I could stand to learn much more about Cooking. But there is hope! Check out all of the Categories and Recipes on the left side of the website: http://www.cooks.com/rec/search/0,1-0,peppered_steak,FF.html
Happy eating! 😉 I post about several different topics, too. Music, Psychology, Spirituality, TV shows and more at: http://www.thewordpressowl.wordpress.com See my last 15 posts. Variety is good.
Funny how there are different “cool” words, over time, that are used to describe things. Or is it? Because they get sooo over-used that it’s easy to get sick of them.
“Amazing!” How often have you heard that one? What isn’t “amazing” these days? It’s over-used. If you had to describe anything very positively for the next 2 weeks but you couldn’t say “Amazing”, what other word would you use?
“Surreal” . That’s another one. Ughh, I never did understand how that one *ever* caught on! Why not simply say “unreal” or “hard to believe” or incredible?
Or–“Obfuscate”. Seriously, we could all live out our entire lives and never once have to bother even mentioning the word “obfuscate.”
Or, when anything is: a “Pejorative”. Who are they trying to impress with their ultra-grammar vocabulary? Just say Insult or put-down and be done with it. But there’s more—
To “Exacerbate”. You always know you’re talking to a hard-core Liberal when you hear that one. Probably an Activist. I never hear “exacerbate” in real-life. But I hear it fairly often on TV News. Usually from a protester, or someone who makes an “issue” out of everything. Why say “Exacerbate” at all? Maybe they’re trying-too-hard to show-off how “educated” they are. Pffffftt! Why not just say: (to) “make worse”, “aggravate” or “Amplify”? You never hear about anything GOOD being “exacerbated”. No one ever “exacerbated” an Orgasm.
Some words are kinda kewl but don’t last. I remember one year back in High School, whenever something was super-cool, it was “Outrageous!” That was the cool word. For awhile, everything was “Outrageous”. But the next year, students didn’t say that. I forget what the very next “word” was.
One word has stood the test of time and somehow hasn’t gotten irritating. “Cool” or “kewl”. That one, has lasted over different generations.
Some words, are just plain weird. Like: “Fleek”. Do I even wanna know what that is? Umm, not really. Why was this ever invented? Someone is trying to hard too be inventive.
Whatever happened to “Awesome!” ? And isn’t it kinda funny that “hottest” and “Coolest” can both be used to mean the same thing? And what will be the cool word in 2020? And will we get sick of hearing it? Say it simple. Because simpler is better. And Cooler. (wink)
My last post just before this one, was a PRO-Christian post, in favor of Christianity. This one isn’t. Dan Barker was a Christian but later on he left the faith. He writes about it in his book: Losing Faith in Faith. I was a little reluctant to post this, but as I’ve said before, what you choose to believe or not believe is entirely your own doing. No matter what your religion, philosophy or belief, can it stand up to the embaressing or tough questions that others might raise against it? If you are a Christian, have you read any skeptical books? Likewise, if you are an Atheist or of some other Faith, have you read any PRO-Christian books? I think that’s fair. Make your own investigation and decide for yourself. One more thing: Barker does give footnotes and references. Do you know of any author who can disprove or counter his footnotes? Norm Geisler? (Giesler?) Ron Rhodes? Dan Comfort? To look at it another way, C.S. Lewis was not a Christian but later he became one, so these things can work both ways. https://www.amazon.com/Losing-Faith-Preacher-Atheist/dp/1877733075/ref=sr_1_1?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1516476834&sr=8-1&keywords=losing+faith+in+faith
Are you a Christian? But do you you still have questions? Can you answer the tough questions that the Skeptics ask? I do not have these books and it is up to each of us to decide if we believe the answers that are offered, and their accuracy. This website is new to me. Decide for yourself. But there is plenty of info offered here, to defend the Faith. Check it out. http://alwaysbeready.mybigcommerce.com/bible-difficulties-apparent-contradictions/
This is good Blues guitar. “The Stumble” by Jimmy Thackery. Thanks, YouTube. Play it loud, haha!