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Winter Solstice Posted on Dec 21, 2016 at 09:56 AM

Greetings to all.

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Here we go Posted on Jan 24, 2016 at 07:49 AM

So I've been around here for a pretty long time and have participated in blog conversations intensely at times. In my view the Blogs are the most interesting thing about this website!!  I am very grateful to MM for allowing this opportunity to communicate with other 'real' members. For that reason I feel obligated to care for the privilege to be here. 


To the new comers I want to welcome you here and encourage you to share your ideas. While we enjoy viewing your very pretty pictures and saying "Hi", we would like you to create conversations by sharing your thoughts. You do have thoughts don't you?  Com'on....I will be fun!


Please don't make the blogs into a boring poster board for your profile pics. If you want to garner attention...say something!


An Unscientific Poll Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 09:03 PM

Are men intimidated by a certain type of woman? 


I hear over and over that men are turned off by a needy woman....yet women that possess the Marilyn-factor (vulnerability) capture their attention.  What's the difference between needy and vulnerable?

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End of an Error Posted on Sep 20, 2011 at 10:21 PM
At 12:01 am ET today, the military's repeal of its Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy took effect. Top Pentagon officials declared in a statement "gay and lesbian soldiers may serve in our Army with the dignity and respect they deserve" from this day forward. This moment marks historical progress for the United States after 18 years under a policy that prevented scores of service members from being themselves. The armed forces of most developed countries have now removed policies excluding non-heterosexual individuals (with strict policies on sexual harassment). Of the 26 countries that participate militarily in NATO, more than 22 permit gay people to serve; of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and finally the United States permit gay people to serve openly. Other nations that permit gay people to serve openly in the military include the Republic of China (Taiwan), Australia, Israel, Argentina, Canada. Anyone that believes in that Life, Liberty and pursuit of Happiness “thingy” should be very proud today!!