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  1. HomeSweetRV

    Dogs belong on a leash.

    This is what we are thinking as well. Never did any of my dogs relieve themselves while walking to the dog park on leash. And if they are in such a hurry, don't come next door to my site, just let them pee or poop on your own site, then go for your walk. Nice that most people bring bags on their walk, but I've never understood why we need signs that say pick up your dogs poo. Who wouldn't know that? One guy behind us put his dog poo in the blue bin for recycling, along with his plastic, glass and paper I could not believe my eyes.
  2. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    Anti government? Nevermind. Lets not go there lol
  3. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    Oh yes indeed. Think you're living in the land of the free? Think again...about all the things you cannot do freely without government approval or permission...for whatever reason...buy a car, drive a car, drive your RV build a house, build a garage on your property, add a room to your house, go fishing, leave or enter the country, start a business, fly on a commercial plane, get married or divorced, take drugs, leaving children at home under a certain age, collecting rain water on Co. buying permanent markers or spray paint, friendly bets over $2000, can't even run a streetwise lemonade stand! Other jobs as well... https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/govbeat/wp/2013/10/03/nearly-two-in-five-workers-cant-do-their-jobs-without-government-approval/?utm_term=.04a8d949d56b This could be a whole new topic! http://www.libertyiowa.com/things-you-cant-do-in-the-land-of-the-free/
  4. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    Uh huh. As long as no opinions are stated, there are no politics in law. Good point.
  5. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    I was pretty good at duck hunt on the very first Nintendo game. 😉
  6. HomeSweetRV

    Dogs belong on a leash.

    Holy TOLEDO!!! Aren't we fortunate that there are no horses cows camels and elephants running through the RV parks? !! 😁 I wasn't aware, nor do I know how to multi quote, so sorry you didn't like the way I posted separate ideas separately. I'll see if I can fix that for you.
  7. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    My sense is that you might be interested in the articles posted in the links above Kirk. Here's another morning read... https://www.fastcompany.com/3067169/how-your-brain-makes-you-hold-contradictory-beliefs
  8. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    Do not share your view if it is opposing, only if you agree? Sometimes when I try to clarify a person's idea, it seems I am trolling. I get that. But I still try to understand.
  9. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    Good point. Let's just keep it kind and true then.
  10. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    I would not call you anything i wouldnt like to be called myself. Its a good and simple ruke to follow with all fellow humans, and every Religion has its version of 'the golden rule. But hey, let us stay right away from that topic.
  11. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    Good one! 😁 love that. Isn't it a pity that adults would need censorship monitoring our discussions, because we cannot monitor ourselves? And thats why we need the police.
  12. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    That could go political real quick. Straight to the different state laws and you're into the politics.
  13. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    Great post Yarome. Understandably, opinions are set and strong, so waste of time to discuss? Pro and anti anything is polarizing from the get go, just the term says it all. I'm not pro life or pro abortion for example. I am pro choice. That doesn't make me pro abortion or anti life. Personally, I learn a lot from the other side of the hedge. Especially on controversial issues. Helps me understand how people came to form their strong political opinions, causes me to look on to it further for understanding. I draw the iine at name calling, insulting and bullying but I do like to hear both This might interest you, a couple of good ones I've read. "It would be nice also, I can’t help thinking, if everyone—not just patients—was less certain of being right all the time. We would all get along better." https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/fighting-fear/201402/why-do-people-hold-their-beliefs-so-stubbornly According to a new study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, unfalsifiability is an important component of both religious and political beliefs. It allows people to hold their beliefs with more conviction, but it also alows them to become more polarized in those beliefs. https://arstechnica.com/science/2014/12/why-do-we-cling-to-beliefs-when-theyre-threatened-by-facts/ Anyways, some RVers like the average human like to discuss things beyond their RVs and recipes. With each other. Around the campfire, and on RV forums. So, here we are, discussing Other Things.thanks for your insightful input.
  14. HomeSweetRV

    Censorship

    Looks like they need better censorship here LOL. No, that wasn't necessary at all . Just had to say something 🤣 na, just had something to say 😉
  15. HomeSweetRV

    coywolf breed

    First order, understand how the COYWOLF is 'not a thing' ... si I look in the "conversation.com and the author states " However, this is not a new species – at least not yet – and I don’t think we should start calling it a “coywolf." This is the authors opinion. Then I looked at dependable science sites, (and I saw the PBS doc). If you are really interested, maybe dig a little deeper on your search page, that is just the first thing you see? Down below, is the Smithsonian article....www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/coywolves-are-taking-over-eastern-north-america-180957141/ that states..." The hybrid, or Canis latrans var., is about 55 pounds heavier than pure coyotes, with longer legs, a larger jaw, smaller ears and a bushier tail. It is part eastern wolf, part wester wolf, western coyote and with some dog (large breeds like Doberman Pinschers and German Shepherds), reports The Economist. Coywolves today are on average a quarter wolf and a tenth dog. That blend helps make the hybrid so successful that it now numbers in the millions, Roland Kays of North Carolina State University tells The Economist. The reporter writes: and so it goes, we call this 'thing' a COYWOLF (informally) live science defines COYWOLF as such Every article refers to them as COYWOLF. The coywolf is a hybrid species containing DNA from both coyotes and wolves. Credit: Jon Way | Eastern Coyote/Coywolf Research
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