wmw999

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wmw999 last won the day on October 23

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  1. One of my brothers spent a few years in the early 90’s working on fuel cells in NM. At the time, they were having trouble making it industrial. And then he moved to a different job for family and didn’t keep up with the old job… This was GM — they were already interested in the technology Wendy P.
  2. Most likely because he’s likely one of the Icon-bashers. I believe Icons also cause bad breath and erectile disfunction. Wendy P.
  3. I guess, then, that you don’t think she would ever have gotten that far if she’d been a woman. Is that because women are lesser? As a by-the-by, I personally know a retired SF soldier who is intersex — not transgender, but intersex born with both sets of genitalia. Her parents picked “boy” because they wanted one. She only went into the Army to see if that would make her feel like a male, because nothing else had until then. Wendy P.
  4. And we all know the price of oil is stable Wendy P.
  5. Holy cow! Hi you'll, Wendy P.
  6. For that matter, neither does "evolution" necessarily mean "improvement." And as far as the determination of improvement, sometimes that depends on who's doing the evaluating, and how they're describing it. For instance, I had a neighbor in the Houston area who said things had been doing downhill since the Voting Rights Act, because all the wrong people started voting. Others might differ with him. Wendy P.
  7. Don’t underestimate the power of motivated people who want everyone else to make them comfortable. That said, the birth rate overall isn’t favoring them, unless they do begin to open the doors. Wendy P.
  8. Or your hoped-for boss, in that job you really want. Or your child. And if no one's opinion of you matters, why are you posting? Let's return to the European energy crisis. Wendy P.
  9. The topic is not up for discussion. DZ.com doesn't want to delineate just exactly how far you can go before a warning, or quibble. The rules are posted HERE, and expanded for Speaker's Corner HERE. Wendy P.
  10. Man I love me some spin. And you don’t (and won’t) know what happened with anyone else. Just as people thought you just quit posting. No one talked about a timeout except for you. Wendy P.
  11. Absolutely nothing. However, I wonder how much effort you’re willing for the government to make. Wendy P.
  12. Hey, if it’s not a perfect solution, guaranteed to fix every single thing, why even try? If things are good enough for me, they’re good enough for everything else, right? Wendy P.
  13. wmw999

    covid-19

    Perfect. We’ll be back in town around the first, and I’m still deciding on whether to mix or just go with the same. Of course, the decision might be made for me by availability. Wendy P.
  14. Winsor, carrying something to what seems to you to be its “logical” conclusion, and then deciding that describes it, is disingenuous. Because you’re not “granting” others to exercise the same discernment that you might in espousing other material. It’s not yours to grant. Wendy P.
  15. Good point. Maybe it would be in the world’s best interest to quit making having ALL these things seem desirable. Wendy P.