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    A Llittle Senior Humor

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    Am I a Scrooge?

    I had a vasectomy in 1986 at the age of 29 just before I got married the first time. I haven't seen nor spoken to my first ex wife in 31 years. If we had had a child together, I'd probably still be dealing with her. I owe it all to a game that my parents bought for us kids back in 1965.
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    Tripping on Topaz

    Speaking of trips, here's one where cartoon character Stinky tripped me:
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    The Boredroom

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    The Boredroom

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    The Boredroom

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    The Boredroom

    These are all my versions of other creators' characters. When I put other creators comic characters into my own, the Topaz members have referred to it as "cross comics". Now I'm cross websiting with cross comic characters!
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    Tripping on Topaz

    I belong to a website whose members are illustrators, generally cartoonists, which goes by the name of "Topaz". I have a series called "Tripping on Topaz".
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    The Boredroom

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    Mental Health Checks

    I, for one, agree with you Kyrshamarks. But first, I believe we should put our focus on inhibiting adolescents from having hormonal secretions, like my parents did with me! [ATTACH=CONFIG]28122[/ATTACH]
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    How to choose a car?

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    How to choose a car?

    Agreed. Heard lots of good stuff about the Camry. Fact is.. Rooty Payne Psych Tech bought a used Camry some years ago for $2500 which had well over 100,000 miles on it. He drives it to work every shift and it runs like a top.
  13. I posted this on the Yellow side and thought you all might you all would be interested discussing this here on the Blue Side: No Stars, and others, what memories come to mind? Link:November 22, 1963 | allnurses
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    lottery pool

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    Thinking about death/dying?

    And I'm glad you brought this old thread back to life, so to speak, Hatoun_alth! As I said in my old post, low serotonin levels coupled with a stimulating subject can be a cause for rumination and insomnia. How do we get out of that cycle? We are free to choose the thoughts on which we dwell. I equate thoughts like books on a shelf- I'm free to choose what book I wish to read. But if we are focused on a thought, anything that breaks the cycle of rumination will do the trick- From praying, meditation, or just thinking happy thoughts about pleasant experiences. Here's a technique which works unfailingly for me: First, I close my eyes and focus on my breathing, inhaling to a count of a count of 8 to 12 and exhaling to the same. Once the rhythm of my breathing is established, I focus on the flashes of light I see when I close my eyes. Those flashes of light are called phosphenes caused by random firings of the optic nerve. Like seeing animals in cloud shapes, I attempt to "see" things in the phosphenes. Phosphenes are so cool- they're like a moving swirling picture collage. If I focus on my breathing and phosphenes, I invariably fall to sleep. However, thinking about death doesn't freak me out. What freaks me out is the dread of the pain of living! The best to you, Hatoun_alth!

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