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waterat last won the day on January 11 2017

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  1. waterat

    Best campfire guitar songs

    To get back on track: here's one I've shared at a few campfires and it is connected to a sort of lyla-connected theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zK7BjMcldE
  2. waterat

    Best campfire guitar songs

    Yes, Greenteal, I knew you were joking.... just didn't find it funny (as usual). Don't find it overtly Christian and I'm cool with hippies - not quite old enough to qualify but I enjoy socializing with them. A snippet from Wikipedia about Kumhaya: " ...but known to be sung in the Gullah culture of the islands off South Carolina and Georgia, with ties to enslaved West Africans." I don't respect cynical nor sarcastic comments (i.e. your post) about this (yes, now cheesy) song. It still has a history.... I just didn't want to leave your response to the 'thread-starting' post by the OP who, while she only has 68 posts compared to your 7703 posts and is still a New Account 'Moderated Member' yet has been on here for 3 months longer than you (maybe I should describe that as being 3 months longer than since you were a 'banned' member). Let's support the newer members by responding positively to their new threads. It's not that hard.
  3. waterat

    Best campfire guitar songs

    Oh my Greenteal..... I doubt your 'contribution' is what was being solicited.... but it's good to know what you enjoy around a campfire! It is possible to post the links to songs you like without showing the full image but just with a simple link.... roll up the window and hold your nose: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-CyTBuESvk
  4. waterat

    Jeffrey Epstein is dead.

    I doubt this will get far but they're all good questions. I haven't really looked into this but given Angela's comment above it suggests that Epstein wasn't facing federal charges.
  5. waterat

    Jeffrey Epstein is dead.

    Generally I agree but he was supposed to be on a suicide watch (one could reasonably assume constant video recording) according to TYT so hence my suspicions. He wouldn't have been in there for long..... only until his Trumpness saw fit to pardon him. Remember the Trump appointee who had previously given him the outragious sweetheart sentence and was defended by Trump. Okay, done for the day thinking of the US or A. Off to camp for a week!
  6. RG just stay longer and arrange some visits! It is Nova Scotia, perhaps you could 'rent and boat' and maybe even go fishing! Who knew?
  7. waterat

    Jeffrey Epstein is dead.

    An unfortunate and suspicious death. Death is far too kind a fate for him. I fear for the other perpetrators who are now left breathing slightly easier (hopefully not) and all the potential for prosecution of others that participate and are implicated. He most certainly wasn't alone
  8. Wow. This woman needs some help...... and, quite predictably, any offered would be rebuffed. More likely she is being checked into a 0 star hotel for a vacay.... and the unfortunate circumstances for the poor infant! Have to admit the photo served to enhance my negative bias towards tats......
  9. waterat

    How long does it take

    Pony, who started this thread, has been on for over a year, currently has 50 posts - certainly helpful and thoughtful ones from my perspective, yet he's still 'moderated'... He didn't start posting until April this year, long after the new ownership group took over: therein lies the problem. Lyla, in effect, is no longer a moderated site. There are numerous other examples. In the past funinbed, who posted above, would have likely been out of moderation by now. This is, perhaps, not a big issue but it doesn't do anything to encourage participation. I have zero confidence that the 'mods' even review any posts, let alone inappropriate ones - and there are some of those. I commented on some other thread, where one of the mods posted, noting that the mod was a (Moderated Member), lol. I don't know where you're getting your 'very general' suggestions Batman but I think they have more to do with a compulsion to reply than any lyla policy (and I'm disinclined to go looking for one!). (Moderated Members) don't hold your breath.
  10. waterat

    Lyla has a Twitter!

    Wow.... (not exclamation mark) your 7th post in almost 8 years and the point was? Guess it's good you're starting somewhere....
  11. I agree with both GT and WildTiger (see what I did there? GT is either Giant Tiger or Greenteal. You choose :) ) I'm retired and unlikely to ever purchase a dash cam but if it were a serious incident then giving a statemnt or showing up in court would simply provide me with a diversion and entertainment. I wouldn't want unnecessary demands on my time: especially if it conflicted with a visit with the lovely Jessica Rain!
  12. waterat

    The Way Sex Work Should be...

    I hear your concern for the clients' identities and it's important to put this in the context of this being a totally legal activity in New Zealand - and I think the world would be a better place if more countries had this approach. There is every possibility that the details provided have been altered to help protect the clients (maybe they don't need any 'protection' and, if they do. then they've perhaps got other greater concerns for their relationsships!) without diminishing the truth or import of the article. I often read comments by gentlemen that they're worried about 'meeting someone they know' as they enter or leave a massage establishment.... phuff!, buddy you both were at the same place for the same reason. :) The stigma this industry faces will not be dying any time soon but I appreciated that the article took a strong step in countering it.
  13. Oh Kilt Boy: perhaps insane but not unique! I was in at BF in late May for drinks with a lady friend who is also within your category of preference. She commanded me to buy a drink for the lovely Enigma. We got to chatting and I mentioned that I had a friend who enjoyed visiting and was very supportive of the ladies. She immediately asked "[first name - and it wasn't Kilt]?" I smiled. She smiled. Then we went to the CR and both smiled. I should probably have shared this compliment with you at the time to help lessen any shock from your bus experience. Public transit rocks. :)
  14. Yikes! While I'm greeted by signs explaining how difficult it can be to judge age every time I enter an Ontario Liquior store (possibly too often) I think these didn't need to be posted. Perhaps add a disclaimer that you've never been a pal of Jeffrey Epstein's and never will be? Nah, doesn't work. Consider who else has already done that. I will simply choose not to like or enjoy them.
  15. "She reminds me of a chess game with someone I admire...." John Prine
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