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Posted on Feb 13, 2015 at 03:44 PM

I would like to take this time to point out that anyone that is male and not a millionaire on this site is either 1) pretending to be a millionaire or 2) has a snowball's chance in hell in finding someone on here.  The average women are looking for millionaires and the millionaire women are REALLY looking for a millionaire.  So, anyway, I shouldn't feel too bad that I'm perpetually single if I spend time on a site like this, should I?

 

Anyway, as part of my duty as a single on Single Awareness Day, I would like to point out that single good guys do exist, we're just clueless about dating and don't commit lots of dastardly deeds like the rest of the conniving gender we are.

 

Duty over.  Back to video games or reading books, I suppose.


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Posted on Mar 24, 2015 at 09:40 AM

 

Diana and Dakota,

 

 

 

Getting back to Ask Marilyn, I mention that she has invented a new puzzle.  It is called Numbrix.  It is touted as being more difficult than Sudoku.  It is fun, but I have not found it to be more difficult than Sudoku.  So far none of them have defeated me.  Sadly can't say the same about Sudoku.  Rules are easy.  Like Sudoku it is a great time waster. 

 

 

 

It can be pulled off the internet for any reasonable past date.  Free. 

 

 

 


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Posted on Mar 22, 2015 at 05:13 AM

That IQ statement is inferior to a Communication factor with women, Tivo. Most women like laughter,and Fun Communication. One thing to ponder is the Society you connect with in a working environment. Work may resolve some issues you have. Social Security is littered with Disabled Employees in wheelchairs-Behind the Counter.  

 

My Aires Brother measured 146 IQ. Einstein measured 160, and had dislexia. Nicola Tesla worked his Concepts & Inventions out in his mind, then Built them- 200-IQ. Mine is high enough to know that proper diet, water, minerals in the body & That Radient Sunlight provide the body it's elecrolytic machanism to operate normally, in normal circumstances. That is half of the equation. The other half is MIND! (:LV1:) 


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Posted on Mar 19, 2015 at 09:32 PM

Quoting tivo_fiend:

Well, Dakota, thanks for proving the stereotype of women against males correct.  A man that doesn't want to date a smart, successful woman.  Go figure.

 

Anyway, I don't really mean to be rude, it's a subconscious instinct that men like to "take care" of women and women want a strong man, hence I have no gf.

 

I heard that people marry within a few IQ points of their own, which means I'll have a tougher time than most anyway, especially if I'm a higher IQ with no money.  C'est la vie



 

Some women are so smart they can make the man of their dreams think he is smarter than they are even when he is not. 

 

 

So don’t even worry about it.  You will never know.


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Posted on Mar 10, 2015 at 10:52 PM

leon: I understand concerns that I support myself and whoever else I need to support, but whenever I start working again, I have to do it the right way or else risk my health again.


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Posted on Mar 09, 2015 at 03:55 PM

Well, there are at least 2 major Private Builds in the Nation,now. Tesla has it's $1.6 Billion Battery Factory in the Building Process in Nevada. NPR talked today about Apple's mile round,Build. Bigger than the Pentagon,and an extensive acreage Campus in Silicon Valley, in the dirt stages. There will prob. be residences in Apple's DONUT. That is Apple's New R&D Campus. It's Hot there...No Snow!

  By your age, you are a Gen X, and there has been a downlook on the Employment market with the Baby Boomers still holding economic positions Gen X considers it's due. There are engineering jobs  to be had throughout this Nation, with infrastructure work. If you have an Arts Degree, You have to make things happen, and use Your Creativity. Practically anything you wish to try is on the Net. :)


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Posted on Mar 09, 2015 at 01:30 PM

Quoting Dakota35:

The original Dear Abby didn't bother me at all.  I must admit that I rarely read the newspaper any longer, the news is usually a day old.  I guess I strike out on the coffee also as I don't drink coffee.  One day I will grow up and be a man, but for now I drink hot chocolate...in fact I'm drinking it now.  It's good for swallowing my daily vitamins, and I make it with honey instead of sugar.  

 

Never heard of Miss Manners.  I think the thing that turned me off with Marilyn was that when she initially hit the scene, I saw her on TV and they were saying she was a genius.  If someone said that about me, I'd put my head down and  embarrassingly say, NO, just good at what I do.  I like humble people, no matter how successful or smart they may be.

 

If I had a choice between a sweet, kind woman of average intelligence and a successful, brilliant woman, that wasn't that sweet or kind...my choice would be very easily made.  Same with looks, I'd rather have a girl next door look than a war painted silicone jacked up model.




Well, Dakota, thanks for proving the stereotype of women against males correct.  A man that doesn't want to date a smart, successful woman.  Go figure.

 

Anyway, I don't really mean to be rude, it's a subconscious instinct that men like to "take care" of women and women want a strong man, hence I have no gf.

 

I heard that people marry within a few IQ points of their own, which means I'll have a tougher time than most anyway, especially if I'm a higher IQ with no money.  C'est la vie


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Posted on Mar 09, 2015 at 11:19 AM

Quoting tivo_fiend:

I once read in a book the answer to the question about how women think.  (You can tell I'm bad at dating just because I said that.)  It went like this:

 

1. We (women) make the rules

2. We won't tell you the rules

3. The rules will change at any time

4. Just when you (men) figure out the rules, that's when we'll change them.

 

Or some such effect.  So... after that I was more confused than ever. *shrugs*



TIVO---

 

Finally released.... The real manual on women... 

 

THIS IS VOLUME 1...

 

HAPPY READING!!!! ;) 


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Posted on Mar 09, 2015 at 04:08 AM

I once read in a book the answer to the question about how women think.  (You can tell I'm bad at dating just because I said that.)  It went like this:

 

1. We (women) make the rules

2. We won't tell you the rules

3. The rules will change at any time

4. Just when you (men) figure out the rules, that's when we'll change them.

 

Or some such effect.  So... after that I was more confused than ever. *shrugs*


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Posted on Mar 08, 2015 at 10:39 PM

Quoting Dakota35:

She (Marilyn) just gets on my nerves.  It took me awhile to remember who she is, but I now remember thinking she is just full of herself.  Perhaps, I got it wrong, but that was my initial opinion of her, and I shut down any interest in what she says.  No one knows everything, but she sure seems to.  I do have one question for her though, please explain definitively how a woman thinks and what she wants??? 

 

 



Dak,

Who knows, she may have a whole staff that help her, but I think she's got a very high IQ.  She may just be one of those people who have an affinity for solving puzzles. 

 

If you find her annoying, you must just go insane over Dear Abby and Miss Manners!  *wink*  :))

 

Personally, I am very fond of seeing a man enjoying a morning cup of coffee and reading the paper....no matter what he's reading.


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Posted on Mar 08, 2015 at 08:58 PM

Quoting Dakota35:

She (Marilyn) just gets on my nerves.  It took me awhile to remember who she is, but I now remember thinking she is just full of herself.  Perhaps, I got it wrong, but that was my initial opinion of her, and I shut down any interest in what she says.  No one knows everything, but she sure seems to.  I do have one question for her though, please explain definitively how a woman thinks and what she wants??? 

 

 



I would enjoy it a lot if you asked her those questions. 



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Posted on Mar 05, 2015 at 05:12 PM

I looked up the “ask Marilyn” lady on the internet.  Saw some current questions and answers.  Not the quality of questions that used to be asked, my opinion.  Her answers, as always, were excellent, but I enjoyed the column more when she was asked problems that required a PhD statistician or mathematician (for example) to understand and solve them.  She is neither and always solved them anyhow.  One could suppose that for a magazine column one could have anyone’s uncle Fred (Aunt Frederica) backed up by an extensive staff.  Except her approaches to the solution were seldom those a statistician and / or mathematician (again for example) would have used.

  

Sometimes she was taken to task by one or another expert, but she could definitely hold her own in those discussions. 

 

She has a number puzzel she created.  New since I last knew about her.  I don't understand it and could not find the rules, how to do, etc. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Posted on Mar 03, 2015 at 03:47 PM

I never seen or heard of that column until a few days ago.  Seriously I haven't.  Even though it's probably been around for decades.


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Posted on Mar 02, 2015 at 07:01 PM

Quoting tivo_fiend:

leon: Sometimes I do wish I was that guy at the bar that sequentially has "forever" relationships with women he just met.  The only problem is I would feel guilty afterwards though because I do care about the women I end up dating.

 

As for the "Ask Marilyn" part, I think if Diana has a thing for Marilyn that's noone's business but her own.  (Just joking Diana, I know you think Marilyn was a good role model for disadvantaged women)



Wrong Marilyn Tivo.  The Ask Marilyn column is in your local newspaper.  I don't think I've ever been able to solve any of the questions posed to her.  Check it out and see if you can.


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Posted on Mar 01, 2015 at 05:43 PM

leon: Sometimes I do wish I was that guy at the bar that sequentially has "forever" relationships with women he just met.  The only problem is I would feel guilty afterwards though because I do care about the women I end up dating.

 

As for the "Ask Marilyn" part, I think if Diana has a thing for Marilyn that's noone's business but her own.  (Just joking Diana, I know you think Marilyn was a good role model for disadvantaged women)


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Posted on Mar 01, 2015 at 10:57 AM

Diana, your masculine friends want to know, how intelligent does this extremely intelligent man who likes your kind need to be? 

 

As an aid to our understanding please select the best answer from the following list.  Or write a better one.  

 

  1. It can’t be quantified, but I will know him when I meet him. 

  2. It can’t be quantified, but If he likes me he must be extremely intelligent.

  3. Mensa member or qualified to be one.

  4. Almost as intelligent as the lady who wrote (writes?) the ask Marilyn column. 



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Posted on Mar 01, 2015 at 12:08 AM

Quoting Diana3316:

Hey Fishy!  When is salmon fishing season?


 

  May 15th is usually the traditional opener for the Copper River Flats. If you've got an extra $220,000 laying around I'd LOVE to buy the legal rights to fish them. Until then I mend nets, keep my boat ready in case someone breaks down and wants to fish 1 or 2 openers while theirs' is being repaired.  50%/50%, fuel comes off the top, your boat is broke I'll Captain mine thank you,,,LoL

 

   My Sablefish starts July 15th, that ones my gig. Remember my fishing with fishy blog from 2 years ago? Last year it was Major boat repair or else blow up. Sooo, this year! Dam, 2 bad ones back to back. Waaaa,   LoL

 

 

   Anybody got any crackers and cheese for my whine?

 

 


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Posted on Feb 28, 2015 at 02:02 PM

I do not speak for Diana, but it seems she wants a confident man that doesn't pick on those less fortunate than him.  This much should be obvious.


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Posted on Feb 28, 2015 at 12:05 PM

Quoting fishyme:

roc,  I'm not even going to quote that one, ewww. This is a time where a can of wasp spray would have come in handy.


Hey Fishy!  When is salmon fishing season?


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Posted on Feb 27, 2015 at 05:34 AM

Quoting leonicvirgo:

I have to admit, I have been an As...On a few dates,but not as strictly vulger as this Gent SCRP"RN"CS ENDURED. This Gent needs a Pisces. That Riding His Mood thang'. Maybe, That's how he operates. He obviously misunderstood A Scorpio. How could a Woman truely trust this type of man?...TROPHY WIFE...Ouch! THAT COSTS LOTS!!!...

 

One might take into consideration, Tall Males, especially Leo Tall Males. They breath the upper layers of air, AND, at a Concert; You have a shoulder seat, if needed!(:LV1:) 


Being an ass is one thing Leo. I think we've all been there occasionally.  But being just plain mean to someone.....over and over.....is a totally different thing.  That's being a bully. 


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