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Belgians Eat More French Fries » Post #3

Sun May 10, 2020 17:03 in General Talk

Never had a French fries sandwich.

I do like taters.

Belgians Eat More French Fries » Post #1

Sun May 10, 2020 08:50 in General Talk

Kind of funny since I was asking a French moderator the other day if France
invented the French Fry.

Well today there is an article about Belgians being told to eat more potatoes.
The reason being, they have an abundance of potatoes due to the covid-19
and so they are trying to help their farmers by eating more taters.

Just think about all the recipes you can make with taters.

tater soup
tater casseroles
fried taters
boiled taters/stewed taters
waffle taters
tater cakes
French fries
tater tots
baked taters
and more more more taters


Do you need to complete your survey profile? » Post #4

Sun May 10, 2020 08:08 in General Talk

They don't.

ySense does not own surveys.

Survey companies know your profile as you answer questions.

There are some survey you may go into such as PeanutLabs and set up
your profile. But thru these routers, it is mostly automated.

Plants - Food » Post #7

Sat May 09, 2020 22:14 in General Talk

My point is, you could survive a very long time, possibly forever, IF you know
which plants to eat and preserve.


I can't see anyone, at this point in time, having a problem locating water,
but maybe people that don't live by water.

Plants - Food » Post #4

Sat May 09, 2020 19:19 in General Talk


Plants - Food » Post #1

Sat May 09, 2020 15:55 in General Talk

Do you know how to find food in the woods/wild?

I imagine many people would starve to death if they did not know how to tell
what plant life is edible and what is not edible....poison mushrooms, etc.

Tony Joe White - Polk Salad Annie - YouTube

Souls in the Cloud » Post #1

Sat May 09, 2020 10:47 in General Talk

Well folks, things are sure adding up, bit by bit.

Even as a child, I could not fathom seeing someone through a machine
from the other side of the world. It was basically unheard of. When people
said some day, we could see each other over the telephone, we all laughed.
We couldn't envision our rotary or push button phones have a way to see
each other.

Not long before my time, televisions were unheard of. No one could imagine
such a thing. Even some time before that, anything other than a bird in the
sky would have been considered a witch's work.

Now the day has come. We all know of artificial insemination, growing organs
in a test tube, cloning animals, even printing out organs.

Also we look to the sky more and more. There's a lot of strangeness in the sky.

Then we see depletion and extinction of our resources, our plants, and our

Mother Nature seems to be incredibly destructive in these latter years with
earthquakes, tornadoes, droughts, and more......such as viruses of strange

Every where we look, death is occurring. Parents killing their children, and vice
versa. There seems to be growing an uncontrollable madness and in which
people will kill for any reason and no reason.

Is Heaven a far away planet? Could it be through a door we can't see? Maybe
it's a huge planet, much larger than the imagination. Is THE CLOUD a place
our souls go to when we die? Did God create us by design and printing us
out on a huge printer?

Today, more and more scientist believe in God and life after death. They now
realize the possibilities, is in fact very possible. It's all adding up, bit by bit.

What do you think?

Do you need to complete your survey profile? » Post #2

Sat May 09, 2020 08:36 in General Talk


The invasion of Killer hornets! » Post #7

Fri May 08, 2020 22:02 in General Talk

The invasion of Killer hornets! » Post #6

Fri May 08, 2020 22:00 in General Talk

I had watched the full episode of him searching for the hornet etc.
But this displays a portion of it.
What It’s Like to Be Stung by a Murder Hornet - YouTube

The invasion of Killer hornets! » Post #5

Fri May 08, 2020 21:56 in General Talk

Yes, I am relaying the truth.

Yes, the videos are real.

The man that allowed the murder hornet to sting him, is a scientist. He
allows insects to sting him and it there is a camera man or two present
when he does. He goes on searches for the stinging insects. I forget where
he was when he found the murder hornet. After it stung his arm, it was
very painful and his arm was swelling rather quickly. In less than 24 hours,
his arm and hand was swollen very badly.

I'll see if I can find that video for you.

What the murder hornets do, is bite the heads off the honey bees and feed
the thorax of the honey bees to their queen.

The invasion of Killer hornets! » Post #3

Fri May 08, 2020 15:27 in General Talk

If you look on YouTube, you may locate some videos about the honey bees
killing the murder hornets. Also, there is a video some where of a man
allowing the murder hornet to sting his arm. Very interesting, to say the

The honey bee has a heat threshold two degrees higher than the murder
hornet. When the honey bee sees a murder hornet, they trick the hornet
into their nest and then they all jump on the hornet and vibrate. This causes
their heating to rise above that of the hornet. The hornet is roasted to death.

Malaria and Covid 19 relationship and "science" » Post #17

Fri May 08, 2020 12:10 in General Talk

People don't want to abide by the rules. Many people think they are immune to it.
There are many people that think it is a hoax. Then there are those that think it is
simply over blown.

There is States that have attempted to open beaches and parks just to turn around
and close them a day or two later because people are not following the rules. It's
not until they are on their death bed do they realize what is real and what they
should have done.

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #57

Fri May 08, 2020 09:51 in General Talk

I edit his posts and don't bother consuming my time with entering why.

I have also requested his membership in ySense be deleted and banned forever.

Malaria and Covid 19 relationship and "science" » Post #14

Fri May 08, 2020 09:48 in General Talk

Yep, old people is BIG BUSINESS.

Look at all the drugs old people buy. All the medical equipment old people buy.
All the vacations, cruises, and trips old people buy.

That is to say the least. Not even mentioning hospitals, nursing homes, and
assisted living facilities.

Malaria and Covid 19 relationship and "science" » Post #13

Fri May 08, 2020 09:45 in General Talk

There's always someone out there that would take it seriously.
Crazy world.

Malaria and Covid 19 relationship and "science" » Post #10

Fri May 08, 2020 07:34 in General Talk


I have small back yard. Might have to bury them in the front yard.
I know, I'll bury them in neighbors yard!

I'd be kind of like a vampire.

Valerie the Vampire. Has a nice ring to it.

Malaria and Covid 19 relationship and "science" » Post #8

Thu May 07, 2020 22:00 in General Talk

Blood type, yes, could be very significant.

BUT there is a huge difference in 0- and 0+. So to just say blood group 0, does not
cut the mustard at all. I know because I am 0-. There is very good and very bad with
0-. Good because I am a universal donor. Bad because the only blood I can have is
0- and 0- is rare. If I am bleeding to death, all I can hope for is someone with 0-
to step up to the plate.

Canada’s first COVID-19 mobile contact-tracing app » Post #32

Wed May 06, 2020 09:47 in General Talk

dutch1898 wrote: Banks her are not open,only ATM's are. Luckily I do all my banking online
and all bills are automatic withdrawal.

In my area, only the drive through window at banks are the atm's of course.

In other words, people cannot walk inside the bank. They must go to the window. I suppose
if they needed to get into their safe deposit box, an exception might be made.

Sadly it started...........tasman1 » Post #3

Tue May 05, 2020 21:40 in General Talk

I think it is a tough call but I do believe in being vaccinated.

It makes me think of Polio. Altho we had a vaccine for many years, it did not many
years to eradicate it. I think the vaccine advanced and perhaps in some areas of
the world, they may still give an oral vaccine for polio.
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