Notes on Inter-Gender Communication

07 Jun

Men:  Stop trying to “fix it”.  Just listen, OK?

video   00:01:42


Posted by on June 7, 2013 in Humor, Video



7 responses to “Notes on Inter-Gender Communication

  1. johannabernays

    June 7, 2013 at 10:23 AM

    You post the “Neatest Stuff Ever”

    • Anthony Clifton

      June 7, 2013 at 11:13 AM

      speaking of nails…

      45. Christians are to be taught that he who sees a man in need, and passes him by, and gives [his money] for pardons, purchases not the indulgences of the pope, but the indignation of God.,7340,L-4389459,00.html

      “This was a defining moment in the history of the state and of the community, which remains an open wound. It serves as a reminder to us all of the importance of taking to the streets.”,7340,L-4389462,00.html

      affirmative action…busing…transgender wrestling….

      This is not the first time conservative Christians have asserted their “religious liberty” at the expense of others. The lines separating church and state were thin, even transparent, for much of American history. And then, arguably starting with the Scopes monkey trial nearly a century ago, those lines became increasingly blurred along with the abuse of the language where antonyms became synonyms thanks to Talmudvision and an increase in Biblically illiterate braindeadgoy of the European persuasion who are the POSTERITY of the so-called Founding Fathers.

      When you fall from a position of hegemony, the transition is bound to be rough. Think about how many battles conservative Christians have lost in the past 100 years. Evolution is a majority view point among the braindeadgoy. Contraception could be used by all but a few. Public school prayer is prohibited. Homosexuality is quickly losing its social stigma. Racial and gender discrimination are banned and widely considered anachronistic. Abortion remains constitutionally protected. Divorce is common. Jewish produced Pornography is widely available to anyone in Las Vegas or with internet access….

      what made America {in} famous….

  2. johannabernays

    June 7, 2013 at 10:41 AM

    I Grew up In WACO, watch this Historical Show of “The Uncle Elihu” Show! I lived about 2 Blocks from KWTX studios! I was a BONNYFIDE Possem Grinner!

  3. Yartap

    June 7, 2013 at 7:29 PM


    A holy man of God was saved by a believer one day. The holy man told the believer that he would ask God to grant to the believer one wish he has, as a reward. When asked what his wish would be, the believer said, “I would like to have a road built from California to Hawaii, because I fear the air and water, and I wish to see my family in Hawaii more.” The holy man said he would pray and ask God to grant his wish.

    Later, the holy man came upon the believer and said, “God has asked if you would ask for a different wish.” The believer said, “OK- I wish God would grant to me a complete understanding of women.” The holy man said he would ask God for his new wish.

    The next day the holy man returned and said, “God wants to know if you want a two lane or four lane highway to Hawaii?”

  4. J S

    June 7, 2013 at 9:50 PM

    Hi Albert My name is Daniel I was looking for Jean Keating…I need help with my Foreclosure case which got dismissed with 120 days right to amend..they failed now is set for CM…by judge Order…still giving them chance and I have others too,if you know how to contact him and would like to give me the info I would appreciate it. My email PH: 561-707-5069

    Thank you in advance Daniel

    • Adask

      June 7, 2013 at 10:24 PM

      Hi JS–if you’re talking to me, my name is “Alfred”–not “Albert”. I have no contact info on “Jean Keating”.


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