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by Kellemora
05 Nov 2020, 16:40
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 130
Views: 1822

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

I voted, you voted, so we performed our civic duty. The question that remains is, did my vote get tossed in a trash can, or yours get ten more added to it? Seems there is a lot of fraudulent activities going on, and all of them outside the rules they are supposed to follow. Seems to me, each vote sh...
by Kellemora
05 Nov 2020, 16:24
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 149
Views: 2681

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

I can't read 8 point type, much less sub-atomic level things, hi hi. So I'll have to take your word for that. CRTs (Cathode Ray Tubes) were normally bow front. And that's the way they were from numerous years. Then they decided to make CRTs with a super thick and very heavy flat glass front on the C...
by Kellemora
04 Nov 2020, 16:16
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 130
Views: 1822

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

I can't say Palisades Park was the best amusement park I've ever been to. But during that era, it was the most advertised, at least in comic books hi hi, and the record of course gave it a big boost as well. We were there in 1965, and it was more crowded than anywhere else I had ever been. I'm glad ...
by Kellemora
04 Nov 2020, 16:03
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 149
Views: 2681

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

Seems like I read something along those lines also. But they halted the experiment because they found their starting culture was contaminated. But that was years before we know about DNA too. I remember way back in skewl, biology lab science class, we watched cells divide under a microscope. I don't...
by Kellemora
03 Nov 2020, 16:42
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 130
Views: 1822

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

A very heart touching and wonderful memory you have there Yogi. Sad circumstance, but you brought her some joy. We had several rides at Six Flags that brought you to the top then dropped you. But it was all controlled by hydraulics, which was my fear. What If? One of those hydraulic lines broke? It ...
by Kellemora
03 Nov 2020, 16:11
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 149
Views: 2681

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

My doc wants me up around 160 for some reason. I weighed 145 for most of my adult life. After I retired I got up to around 150, then after my heart attacks up to 155. This is where I've held now for several years, then suddenly this past two months I've dropped all the way down to 145 again, which I...
by Kellemora
02 Nov 2020, 16:07
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 130
Views: 1822

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

I forget which state I was in for a wooden coaster that had a 50 foot drop, not exactly straight down since roller coaster back then had a test they did with them that wouldn't work on most of today's roller coasters. They had this rubber cup about the size of a low mug they filled to a line about 2...
by Kellemora
02 Nov 2020, 15:48
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 149
Views: 2681

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

You know what I meant. Where are missing critters between for example a chimp and a man. A chimp didn't just suddenly turn into a man, it would have come in steps, and if chimps are still here, so would each of those steps still be here. We didn't have a single kid, not even the four families who co...
by Kellemora
01 Nov 2020, 16:13
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 130
Views: 1822

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

This window is acting weird today. Sportsman's Park, home of the St. Louis Browns, but better known as The St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Team. The Comet was the Roller Coaster at St. Louis Highlands Amusement Park. Next door to the St. Louis Arena! I used to love going to the buggy races. But after I...
by Kellemora
01 Nov 2020, 15:40
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 149
Views: 2681

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

I made a mistake yesterday when I said a sponge was the oldest living organism. It was actually the Comb's Jelly, aka Jellyfish. If you exclude Trilobites, I think insects were the oldest known land creatures. There were carbon eating critters in the ocean, that evolved to use the sun, which is poss...
by Kellemora
31 Oct 2020, 15:32
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 130
Views: 1822

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

I think my dad hit the nail on the head about parents having to work. The number of things available to buy has increased exponentially, even in his own lifetime. The number of things to buy and do when he was a kid, was minimal. They basically had a ball, bat, and if lucky a glove, perhaps a kite o...
by Kellemora
31 Oct 2020, 15:14
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 149
Views: 2681

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

My question would be, where did that first particle come from? It does make sense that animals, and people do evolved depended on their location on the planet. Australia has many diverse animals, compared to the rest of the world. Yet they all have similar features as the rest of the animal kingdom....
by Kellemora
30 Oct 2020, 16:47
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 130
Views: 1822

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

Modern transportation, and the location of jobs, has really spread families apart. True they are still families, but they all no longer meet at grandma's house for Sunday get togethers. We still had street cars in Kirkwood when I was young. We could ride our bikes about 1/2 mile to a bus station, ta...
by Kellemora
30 Oct 2020, 16:25
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 149
Views: 2681

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

On Star Trek they are called Empaths. Not exactly like ESP, they can't technically read ones mind, but can hear what they are thinking about saying orally before they say it. Another way is to project by thought what you want to say. I do know some people have ESP, but that too does not mean they ca...
by Kellemora
29 Oct 2020, 16:14
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 130
Views: 1822

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

As the country became mobile, kids going away to distant colleges, meeting and marrying then living far away from home in many cases, often where they landed a high paying job. Families have virtually ceased to exist anymore. So seeing all the old familiar places wherever you go is a boon for many. ...
by Kellemora
29 Oct 2020, 15:47
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 149
Views: 2681

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

Let's take something that is one of the basic elements of all things living. Carbon. Carbon is an element that can neither be created nor destroyed. That being said, begs the question. Where did Carbon come from in the first place? Or any other of the basic elements? I don't discount that bible tran...
by Kellemora
28 Oct 2020, 17:24
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 130
Views: 1822

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

When I first started driving OTR, everywhere I went was totally different. Different buildings, different scenery, different stores and places to eat, different people, who also dressed differently too. Within the span of about only 3 years, everything changed. All the towns looked almost the same, ...
by Kellemora
28 Oct 2020, 16:53
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 149
Views: 2681

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

All I can say Yogi is archaeologist have discovered enough evidence to prove almost all of the stories in the Bible are true. But it doesn't answer all of our questions, and many misinterpret what they read also. Then to make matters worse, there are thousand, if not millions of preacher who preach ...
by Kellemora
27 Oct 2020, 16:04
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 130
Views: 1822

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

I had to make many trips from St. Louis to Knoxville, first when I was dating, next after we were married to move her stuff to St. Loo, and then again when we moved back down here to her home town. To help break up that long 9 hour drive, we started picking places to visit along our route. Sometimes...
by Kellemora
27 Oct 2020, 15:39
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 149
Views: 2681

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

Back home in St.Loo, I had some cards in a slot next to my door on how to respond to certain groups. It basically covered the errors they believed in, by countering with the truth, in many cases, taken from their own bibles. They usually didn't come back after that, hi hi. I packed those cards away ...