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Posted on Sun, Jun 12, 2005 16:02

well if we don't like the sound of it , we will just put on those ear plugs...
hen squawking might just be more harmonious than a lot of random bing-bongo-ing..



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Posted on Sun, Jun 12, 2005 15:01

I hope you are going to enjoy my drum and bongo playing. I am going to form a new "Blue Man" group for you ladies enjoyment. I disable the mute button via a little programming trick. Much better than hens squawking.


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Posted on Fri, Jun 10, 2005 23:31

www..you can always switch it off or click 'mute'...

or put on ear -plugs..



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Posted on Fri, Jun 10, 2005 20:28

Silence is Golden.

Who in the world would want to hear a bunch of hens squawking? Sheeeeee

lol



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Posted on Sun, Jun 05, 2005 05:07

Good idea Fun..
hope everyone love each other's voice and accent , taste of music and sound effects...can't bear another cacophonous war, might even turn out worse than war of words..lol



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Posted on Sun, May 15, 2005 23:25

Minerva -
there's no hope for me anymore wwww.... lol... and I like it that way. "
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Well, I have just the guy for you. Looks like a greek god, can barely read. His last girlfriend got tired of supporting him. I am sure he would love you to death.

wwwww



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Posted on Sun, May 15, 2005 16:19


wwwww123 write:
Minerva "I always go for the visually stimulating and then hope he has a brain too... lol.."

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I am going to have to have a little talk with you about your priorities woman.

lol



nah.. there's no hope for me anymore wwww.... lol... and I like it that way.

  


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Posted on Thu, May 12, 2005 01:42

and her courage humbles me"
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Yes, that is the right word. Courage.

wwwww



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Posted on Wed, May 11, 2005 22:54

I have a blind neighbor who lives on the top floor next door..she is 63 and still manages on her own to climb to the 5th floor everyday..and she chose to live that high up because she thought it is an easy way to save on heating bills in the winter since heat rises thru all the other floors..
She goes to the opera and theatre and her sharp sense of humor and analytical mind still amazes me..and her courage humbles me..



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Posted on Wed, May 11, 2005 20:30

"slow progress for them competing in a sighted world"

Yes, it is very hard. I always admire anyone who overcomes a handicap, even minor ones. They have more grit than I do.



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Posted on Wed, May 11, 2005 03:55

ONe of the girls from that bunch went on to University with me, another became a well known radio deejay and married a pretty sighted girl, the rest either learn skills like massage or music..but overall it is slow progress for them competing in a sighted world..



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Posted on Wed, May 11, 2005 00:40

I certainly believe in turning your weaknesses into assets. Good for them.
lol



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Posted on Tue, May 10, 2005 23:45

www. I went to a school (v. progressive and experimental one) in my teens where we had blind students studying side by side with us..and we had to help read to them..there were several teenaged 'Ray Charles' amongst them who would stand by the water fountain and spray us girls with water then start groping at us..a right cheeky bunch they were.. so I do know what living in the kingdom of the blind is all about...



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Posted on Tue, May 10, 2005 18:19

sure we will be groping about, but that would suit most men fine"

Have you ever seen the Ray Charles interview when he admitted that he bumped into a lot of women "accidently"? I am getting more clumsy every day.

lol



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Posted on Tue, May 10, 2005 01:14

Sometimes in the Kingdom of the Blind..the one-eyed is King..

perhaps we should all go live in that blind place..sure we will be groping about, but that would suit most men fine..esp when they stumble on a nudist camp..lol



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Posted on Tue, May 10, 2005 00:59

Bonnie: "blindfold test..hear, taste and smell and feel it..if it feels good..usually the eyes will adjust accordingly"
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or

Love is Blind.



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Posted on Tue, May 10, 2005 00:57

Minerva "I always go for the visually stimulating and then hope he has a brain too... lol.."

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I am going to have to have a little talk with you about your priorities woman.

lol



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Posted on Tue, May 10, 2005 00:45

CUB,
Personally I don't think visual stimulation or mental stimulation could be so precisely quantified into set percentages..I guess all men take emotional instincts and try to put them into set formula and equation..the truth is

EQ= heart, mind and instinctive reaction = x factor..ad infinitum

women don't quantify the matters of the heart into percentage equation, we just feel it thru our senses...blindfold test..hear, taste and smell and feel it..if it feels good..usually the eyes will adjust accordingly...lol i.e. reverse seduction of your senses..
Try it on your next new date...lol



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Posted on Mon, May 09, 2005 13:24

well if it makes you feel any better cub39 I always go for the visually stimulating and then hope he has a brain too... lol...
well ok, not ALWAYS....

  


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Posted on Sat, May 07, 2005 10:04

given half a chanc , so would women..visual stimulation is a given priority...seeing is believing..



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