Free Question Day

Today, I put my vast intelligence and database of knowledge at your disposal (not to be confused with IN your disposal).

So, if there is some gnawing theological, philosophical, technical, economic or political problem you have been wresting with, just ask.

As always, answers are free and worth every penny.

[Remarks:  The comments and my responses to them are not in the order they should appear.  On my app, each response follows the question that spawned it, but the web page view shows them in the order they hit the web site which makes them look unrelated and random.  I don’t know how to fix this.  So, use your own best judgement about how the questions an answers fit together.]

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35 Responses to Free Question Day

  1. blueinfantry says:

    Is it my imagination or is the Left truly behaving like a bunch of spoiled entitled infants over the inauguration of Donald Trump? They aren’t going to let it go. They aren’t going to allow Trump to be President, are they? Will the non-Lefties respond, or will they allow the Lefties free reign as in the past? Thanks!

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    • No One says:

      There are two factions. The loudest ones are unhinged and maleducated. They are easily manipulated. The other faction are their masters who guide and direct them for their own purposes. The masters are already campaigning for the next elections. They intend to blame unrest, which they themselves create on “trump’s deviciveness”. All they have is character assassination. They can’t run on communism, only their egg-headed minions in academia want that. And they certainly can’t run on their record of success. So they will run this tactic non stop until 2018 and then 2020, trying to convince another 2% that trump was a yuge mistake.

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  2. Ame says:

    Is there any news organization one can trust?

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    • No One says:

      Short answer: There are none ritious, no not one.

      Long answer: trust to do what? For cast the weather? About 85? I trust no one with giving me important information. I have been lied to all my life and eventually you learn to accept that people lie for a lot of reasons. But everyone lies. The news media gets paid to lie, so they are invested in doing it well. But doctors, bankers, lawyers, politicians, herbalists, and every other sort of people all lie too. Some even believe their own lies.

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  3. Ame says:

    Do you think Trump will have more assassination attempts than usual for a president?

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    • No One says:

      Yes. All assassin’s in American history are democrats. It is how they respond when they don’t get their way at the ballot box. When your mind is muddled by a low iq or maleducation, like democrats universally are, violence is close at hand.

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  4. Ame says:

    If you could change one thing in history, what would it be?

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    • No One says:

      History cannot be changed. It is fundimental to our existence. To think otherwise is to deny that the pain, joy, and progress of time has any merit, any worth, or any value. We live in this moment as a gift from God. So great a gift that we lack the wisdom to even recognize it as such. I would not throw such a gift back in his face by wishing to change it. .

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  5. Ame says:

    Do you have a hero? If so, who is your hero?

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  6. Ame says:

    What are the three most influential books you’ve read?

    (I like to ask questions 😉 )

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    • No One says:

      Winning friends and influencing people, by Dale Carnegie. Atlas Shrugged, by some talentless hack, and Dune, by Frank Herbert.

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      • Ame says:

        what about these books so profoundly influenced your life?

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      • No One says:

        Winning friend taught me elemental truths in dealing with other people. Truths I did not observe on my own. Atlas opened my eyes to alternative philosophy. It was, of course, crap. But knowing alternatives like that existed freed my mind to explore greater truths. Dune exposed my to a rich tapestry of sociology and psychology, set in a compelling story about giant worms and how a whole universe fits together.

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  7. Ame says:

    Do you agree with the philosophy, “Our best years are ahead of us.”

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  8. Ame says:

    what do you think of the manosphere and the red pill?

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  9. Ame says:

    in the mid-90’s when my niece was about 4 years old, she stopped me in a conversation and said, “Auntie Ame, you ask too many questions!” she was right. i do. so thank you for patiently answering all my questions.

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    Dogs? or Cats?

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    • No One says:

      Each have their place. Do people ask you to choose between your children? Or ask a mechanic if he prefers wrenches or droplights? Next you will ask my favorite color?

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      • Ame says:

        lol! i’m allergic to cats, so it’s dogs for me!

        droplights? nevermind 🙂

        when my oldest was a preschooler she dropped a crayon at the dinner table of a restaurant. the nice waitress asked her what her favorite color was thinking she would get her a crayon to replace the one she lost. her answer was, “Rainbow!” and she was telling the truth – she loved all the colors equally then.

        but … since YOU brought it up … do you have a favorite color? 🙂

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      • No One says:

        Of course not. Everything looks best in its own proper color. A golden retriever would look sick in green.

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      • Ame says:

        lol!

        so … what’s the proper color of a house? or a family room? or a kitchen? or of plates? or of a bedspread? or of a sofa? or of a bathroom?! 🙂

        do clothes have proper colors? should all jeans be blue? 🙂

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      • No One says:

        Seriously? You need me to tell you what your preferences are?

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  10. Ame says:

    Plays? Musicals? Movies?

    all of the above?
    none of the above?

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