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Your Mom

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  1. I would be interested in reading that. If you are in need of a damned good editor and critical thinker ...
  2. We all should learn more about how to survive when the zombi apocalypse strikes. Hint: do not eat zombi meat!
  3. I've always liked her! You seem pretty cool, too. I started my forum when I saw those which I was posting on either failing and disappearing or becoming more and more controlled by the media they claimed to abhor. For this reason I do not post at LOP. You are more than welcome to see what I offer; a search for your mom's place will bring me up on the first page of a search, but I am not not trying to poach you or anyone else. COP is what it is and that certainly is not what Your Mom's place is or will ever be; we will never be competitors. However, freedom of speech is always guaranteed at my place. I have not interfered with or edited one post there.
  4. Again, thank you Lucy, but Dj certainly did not see the best nor the worst of me and neither will COP. It sounds arrogant, I know, but I cannot give my heart to something I do not have 100% faith in. This particular forum has more restrictions and constrictions than I care for, which explains why i don't post at some of the other major forums and why I started my own. I said it was a forced decision and I should perhaps explain that. Previously, I visited and posted as a guest, however I always identified myself in my posts, but since UK Shep disabled guest posting, this was no longer possible. I noticed someone posting as Yourmom2. and was so touched by her homage and wanted to thank her for such that I felt compelled to sign up to do so. I can say with all honesty that had that situation not existed, I would not have signed up. I'm sure UK Shep has the best of intentions, but we do not see eye to eye on how to achieve those; he favours controls, whereas I prefer freedom of expression with no controls. Hey, it is what it is and I harbour no ill will. As such, have a heartfelt from Brazil.
  5. Are you not that poster who went by the name "I know money"? Are you not also the same poster who had or has an intimate relationship with a poster who goes by the name of Fork? If so, you are not, nor will you ever be a friend of mine.
  6. As an addendum, she was known as Mrs Peel; the word Ms hadn't been invented by the feminazis at the time if I'm not mistaken. ETA: Yes, facepalm, I was mistaken. "Ms." began to be used as early as the 17th century, along with "Miss" and "Mrs.", as a title derived from the then formal "Mistress", which, like Mister, did not originally indicate marital status.[6][7] "Ms.", however, fell into disuse in favor of the other two titles and was not revived until the 20th century.[8][9] So, my mistake, it was revived by the early feminazis, the suffragettes. The following may explain my misunderstanding: In 1961, Sheila Michaels attempted to put the term into use when she saw what she thought was a typographical error on the address label of a copy of News & Letters sent to her roommate.[11][12] Michaels "was looking for a title for a woman who did not 'belong' to a man."[13] She knew the separation of the now common terms Miss and Mrs. had derived from "Mistress", but one could not suggest that women use the original title with its now louche connotations. Her efforts to promote use of a new honorific were at first ignored.[14] Around 1971, in a lull during a WBAI-radio interview with The Feminists group, Michaels suggested the use of Ms. A friend of Gloria Steinem heard the interview and suggested it as a title for her new magazine. Ms. magazine's popularity finally allowed the term to enjoy widespread usage.[15] In February 1972, the US Government Printing Office approved using "Ms." in official government documents.[16] That being said, she was still known as Mrs. Peel :)
  7. At least you allow anonymous log in which is something, even if the mods are aware of your ID.
  8. Cool! It would have been good to see this in real time.
  9. Shit happens, Talon and it was only a possession!
  10. And I miss my camera that was stolen in Bahia. My current phone takes pictures about as well I can draw and that's not something a kindergarten kid would be proud of! :(
  11. I got one incorrect. I falsely assumed that agavé, as it was used to make tequila, would be edible. I'd be willing to bet that you also erred on this one as well as azalea. I'm fairly clued up on edible plants in Europe, but have almost no clue about the native plants here in Brazil. I need to spend some time with indigenous people and learn. That being said, there are many exotic plants that have been introduced to Brazil such as the Jack fruit, of which I've harvested many, and Plantago major, also known as White man's footprint, which is both edible and a useful medicinal plant. There are also many native bamboo species as well as fungi - the latter I would really like to learn about.
  12. Indeed. So, you have not imposed any rules? Of course you have and those are to impose your will on the forum, i.e to place controls. I just don't happen to like those controls. That being said, I can still have my opinion whilst remaining respectful.
  13. Shep, the main reason I didn't sign up when you started this forum is that you are a control freak. I have no wish to have my words vetted. You may argue to the contrary, but in your heart you know that I speak truth.
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