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  1. Cak
    Today 04:35 PM
    Cak
    Are u some sort of fart activist
  2. Cak
    Today 04:24 PM
    Cak commented on Passing Gas Around Partner
    ITS NOT TIME TO TIME BOSCAVLRET. i have ptsd andtinnitus from the hurricane force winds that
  3. Rumpelstiltskin
  4. ness2361
    Today 11:48 AM
    ness2361
    I'm ignorant about this stuff. I could access it when I clicked on it but it's my account so that is probably why.

    I am sending you a link via PM in case it allows you access to all recordings. I don't have more than one right now but no sense in leaving that out in a VM for later when I do add more.

    Let me know if it's "Live".

    Thanks for your share. I'm looking forward to having a voice to put with your writing.

  5. ness2361
    Yesterday 07:20 PM
    ness2361
    Sorry for the annoying, repetitive "click" - cheap ASUS microphone. If you listen a little to the Intro, and want to skip past that to 3 minutes 30 seconds or so to get into the Intro, that would be cool, so you could tell me how do I sound to you? I am interested in how others perceive my voice, especially I'd like your response.

    https://soundcloud.com/user-51328169...arendt/s-v7zJz

    ***

    I am not good at finding things through Search on here, or online; could you, when you have time or interest--please don't go to the trouble if you don't want to, and it won't offend me at all (I believe in people doing what they want as long as it doesn't harm others).

    I am curious, though, I admit.
  6. ness2361
    Yesterday 07:13 PM
    ness2361 commented on Do you speak softly?
    I've never heard you on a recording, or in person. Have you heard me on a voice recording?
  7. outandabout
  8. Kprog
    06-23-2016 10:32 PM
    Kprog
    Thank you.

    It is strange that I used to have a paralyzing fear of thunderstorms and tornadoes. In the area I live in, severe weather is a frequent occurrence, and I remember not wanting to leave the vicinity even if I heard thunder. Now that fear turned into a fascination and some may argue an obsession. I suppose it is the thrill of the chase but also the educational merit behind a destructive force of nature that happens suddenly.
  9. Kprog
    06-23-2016 09:51 PM
    Kprog
    I think the problem is that people have become so dependent on the technological devices as a safety net but do not learn basic skills when it comes to watching weather and knowing the warning signs. Hell, you don't even have to be a meteorologist or a storm chaser to learn how to interpret maps with weather patterns. Even knowing your directions and in what directions tornadoes travel (usually northeast) is helpful. I want to create something that can be reliable and helpful but also possesses technological capability. I know that this will not be an easy creation as it will take time and a lot of consideration when it comes to wiring, frame, what materials to make it run, etc.

    Even if I don't teach the class, it is vital to have someone who can provide the information.
  10. Kprog
    06-23-2016 09:36 PM
    Kprog
    I want to create a device that acts as a weather radio and a radar system that runs on some form of alternative power. I know most people say that they can use their phones and download a radar app, but the problem is that because many people use their cellular devices at once and may use the same app, that causes the radar to run slower and the information to not be provided in a timely manner. Also, sure, you can watch weather reports on television, but what happens when your power goes out, and you don't have a weather radio? I know that a device of this magnitude will need a lot of power, and larger batteries do not run for very long and provide a lot of waste that is hard to dispose of. More considerations.

    I am trying to get into contact with a well known storm chaser in the Chicago area and teach classes on how to interpret radar, watches, warnings, etc. When people see red on a radar, they automatically assume it's a tornado and are not aware of what the hook echo looks like or what the shape of a tornado looks like on radar. This little bit of information can be crucial in life or death decisions.
  11. Kprog
    06-23-2016 08:01 PM
    Kprog commented on The Confession Thread, Vol. II
    Ooooh! Experiment?
  12. Kprog
    06-23-2016 06:35 PM
    Kprog
    I am safe. Thank you.
  13. Kprog
    06-21-2016 08:06 PM
    Kprog
    Not from a physical perspective but from a mental one.
  14. Kprog
    06-21-2016 06:56 PM
    Kprog commented on The Confession Thread, Vol. II
    Here's an idea: what if what you see outward is not what you think it is?
  15. ElstonGunn
    06-21-2016 04:03 PM
    ElstonGunn
    It seems like there's only three lines of advice you're likely to get on the subject. The "It's not hard for me, so it can't be hard for you," "Just do something," or "You're thinking too much, just try to have fun with it," line of thinking, as if it's not only just that easy, but also that these non-ideas never even occurred to you. Then there's the "Get a social hobby or do something else that you don't enjoy and use that as a roundabout way" method, even though, even if you do that and manage to find someone who seems like a potential prospect, you'll still end up with the same basic problem because simply meeting someone doesn't automatically lead to establishing the kind of relationship you want to have with that person. And when all else fails, the "You don't really want what you say you want" scorched-earth approach to the conversation. At least that's been my personal experience and indirect observation with all the versions of this conversation that I've seen.
  16. ElstonGunn
    06-20-2016 05:23 PM
    ElstonGunn commented on This is Where I Stand
    There's nothing in here that I can't relate to in a big way. Not that that helps on any practical level, but at least it's not just you who's stuck and pretty much given up.
  17. Distance
    06-16-2016 10:52 PM
    Distance commented on This is Where I Stand
  18. doll
    06-14-2016 07:30 PM
    doll
    yeah, someone (teybo?) said it was extreme? it's just sort of life for me. everything colored by feeling. if someone asks, "how are you?" i may give the polite answer, but my first internal response is based in mood. this morning i was frustrated, today i'm happy, etc.
  19. Kprog
    06-13-2016 11:10 PM
    Kprog
    I think that will seal the deal! Night!
  20. Kprog
    06-13-2016 11:01 PM
    Kprog
    It was only time before someone would point that out!!!

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