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Randall Smith's Discussions

"May the Force..."

Started this discussion. Last reply by jay H Jan 13, 2016. 6 Replies

Hillary Clinton ended the Democrat debate last night with "May the force be with you". I though that was great! No "God bless America (or you)". She did mention "god" once, when she said "God-given…Continue

"You ain't no Muslim, bruh"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Atheist in FundyLand Dec 13, 2015. 35 Replies

The "You ain't no Muslim" remark made by a bystander in the London subway stabbings has been a major internet sensation. Substitute "Christian" for Muslim, and we atheists would be saying it ALL the…Continue

Sisyphus

Started this discussion. Last reply by redhands Mar 8, 2017. 4 Replies

You all know Sisyphus--trying to roll a boulder up a hill. I'm just wondering what his feelings are.Continue

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Randall Smith commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"I've returned from my trip to California. Doesn't look like I've missed much here on A/N! I spent 4 days each with a daughter, my son, and a sister (in 3 cities). "A good time was had by all". Nice to be back!"
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Randall Smith commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"I'll be gone for a couple of weeks. Going to California to visit my daughter and son and sister. It'll be a good get-away."
Feb 5
Randall Smith replied to Grinning Cat's discussion Many progressives returning to Bernie Sanders
"It's nice to see that I'm not the only Bernie rooter, especially being of older age."
Feb 4
Randall Smith commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"Hope you're doing well, Joan. I don't see any evidence of "dementia" you've said you have been diagnosed with. Sharp as ever!"
Feb 3
Randall Smith commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"Happy Candlemas Day (Feb. 2). And, as my grandmother would say, "Half the wood and half the hay", winter being half over. Phooey on the groundhog hogwash. Hope everybody is doing well. I miss Carl, Daniel, and others here at A/N."
Feb 2
Randall Smith replied to Ruth Anthony-Gardner's discussion Horrific Hypocrisy
"Disgusting for sure. Visualize the 3 monkeys "hearing, seeing, and speaking no evil". With all the mounting evidence, think also of: "If it walks, talks, and looks like a duck.....". Republicans must be seeing a platypus--duck…"
Feb 1
Randall Smith commented on Richard C Brown's group learnerscoffeeshack
"I'm getting a little weary of this gloomy weather. According to the weatherman, January has been over 80% cloudy--very unusual. No snow to complain about, however. Hot oatmeal with blueberries (and coffee, natch) has fueled me up this morning.…"
Jan 30
Randall Smith commented on Randall Smith's group Sports Talk
"I'm familiar with AA, not ZYZZYVA. Besides, with only one Z, plus a couple of blank tiles, that word would be difficult, but possible (!) to use. The game is too slow and stressful for me to play. While I'm commenting, I will say that…"
Jan 29
Grinning Cat commented on Randall Smith's group Sports Talk
"And Scrabble does have some of the damnedest things in its word list, from AA, a form of dry, cindery lava, to ZYZZYVA, a tropical weevil! (There's also ZZZ.) I've heard of expert Scrabble players not caring about the meanings of the words…"
Jan 29
Grinning Cat commented on Randall Smith's group Sports Talk
"Seen someplace on the web: If I were a spelling bee judge: "Spell 'their'." "Sentence, please." "They're going to build their new house over there.""
Jan 29
Randall Smith commented on Randall Smith's group Sports Talk
"To which I say (Loren & GC), to each his own. It's nice to have choices. And boy do we have choices! Not like the old days with 4 channels. I think I'd prefer watching the Scrabble matches over the spelling bee, however."
Jan 28
Loren Miller commented on Randall Smith's group Sports Talk
"In the last few years, I have enjoyed watching the PGA quite a lot.  I'm no golfer, myself.  The closest I come to the game, other than the TV, is Wii Golf, where I'm a scratch golfer (on a nine-hole course!).Saturday and Sunday,…"
Jan 27
Grinning Cat commented on Randall Smith's group Sports Talk
"Completely off topic: for a couple of years ESPN broadcast the finals of the National Scrabble Championship. Talk about something interesting to a niche audience!"
Jan 27
Joan Denoo commented on Randall Smith's group Sports Talk
"Randy, is there any particular golfer you enjoy watching? The slow and tedious and time lining up the ball necessary or are they affectations? Are Japanese announcers or Brazilian or German or whatever easier for you to watch? "
Jan 27
Randall Smith commented on Randall Smith's group Sports Talk
"Time to get on my high horse again: television golf. I love the game of golf--been playing for 62 years (since age 13). However, I hate watching it on television--for many reasons. I was reminded why I loathe it when I tuned in for the first time…"
Jan 26
Randall Smith commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"No words necessary, Ian! If my picture was taken now, I'd be embarrassed. Two days ago, I had 13 possible skin cancer spots hit with the spray gun. I forget what's in it, but it produces bruises and scabs. Heck, I didn't even know I…"
Jan 25

Happily retired science teacher. Enjoy being outdoors, gardening, golfing, exploring. Do service work with Wilderness Volunteers and Sierra Club. Enjoy being indoors to read, play piano, cook and eat! Life is good being an atheist.

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German Baptist Wedding

Posted on October 27, 2019 at 7:32am 2 Comments

I attended my first German Baptist wedding yesterday, and it was quite the experience.

German Baptists in my north-central part of Indiana are a mix of old and new ways of living. They drive vehicles and have cell phones, but don't own televisions, for example. The women put their hair up in bonnets and wear long dresses. The men all have beards and wear black.

Lorene, the bride, has worked on my farm for 6 years (along with several other GB girls). So she invited me to her…

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Dot

Posted on September 7, 2019 at 7:13am 3 Comments

My dog, Dot, tags along when I go on long walks on county roads. She often gets distracted in her curiosity. The other day, she fell behind and never caught up. Since I went around the 4 mile block, I didn't see her on my return. I waited all day for her to come trotting home.

About 6 hours later, a young lady knocked on my door and asked if I'd lost a dog. There Dot was in the back seat of her small car. Relief! The lady asked her neighbors (in a small town of about 100 people over a…

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Farmers Markets

Posted on September 4, 2016 at 8:12am 5 Comments

This post has nothing to do with atheism, and it doesn't fit into any group. So I'll just add it here.



As some of you may know, my daughter and her husband (Emily and Nate) operate an organic vegetable (mostly) farm. Tillable land is about 100 acres, so it's fairly large.



For close to 10 years they've been taking their produce to farmers markets on Saturday mornings. They started with one, then expanded to three. They're back to one, and after this year, there will be… Continue

How Not To Die

Posted on February 8, 2016 at 8:13am 12 Comments

Just a little over a year ago I wrote a blog entitled "The Big Fat Surprise", in response to a book of the same title that basically said eating fatty products--bacon and such--was not so bad for you afterall (i.e., the Adkins diet). It seemed to be well documented. I shouted HURRAH!  I also read Wheat Belly, which wants us to stop eating grains, whole or not. Another decision.

Alas, woe is me--confused and distraught. Upon reading Dr.…

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At 8:44pm on May 7, 2019, Jan Stampley said…

Thanks Randall.

At 5:12pm on May 6, 2019, Bobby said…

Thankyou Randall !

At 4:59am on October 10, 2018, Amanda Richland said…

Thank you so much for the warm welcome :)

At 7:37am on August 18, 2018, Bexs said…

thanks Randall for the welcome...

At 6:49am on July 30, 2018, Al Wm Johnson said…

Randall -  thanks for the welcome.  I was raised a Roman Catholic and was indoctrinated with that religions supernatural beliefs. At some point in my life those beliefs no longer made sense to me. I have been on a lifelong mission to discover a worldview that I could live by. I think I have found it.  Al

At 7:55pm on March 22, 2018, Robin I said…
Thanks. Trying to figure out my phone
At 6:54pm on January 24, 2018, Samantha Ewing said…
Thanks for the welcome.
At 2:23pm on December 12, 2017, Raymond J Barnes said…

Good to be here, thank you

At 11:11pm on November 19, 2017, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

I'm really glad you enjoy Hang With Friends, and always appreciate your contributions. Thanks for the thumbs up.

At 10:07am on September 8, 2017, Joni E Wells said…

Thanks for the welcome.   Interesting site for sure. 

 
 
 

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