jukey

jukey
joined February 10, 2015
  • My boss gets butter for his forgetfulness for something you said 5 minutes ago, like asking for time off, but he's otherwise one of the most approachable bosses I've had and I try not to take that for granted.

    Open door policy unless in a meeting wherein he lets you text him. Quick to apologize if plans change unexpectedly. Never condescending and stops by the dock to ask how we're doing. Called me when I had surgery 2 months ago. Those things stick to me.

    I think he's just a busy guy managing a lot of nutty people with their own demands and issues so you have to get onto him repeatedly (and politely). A bit of a nuisance, but I've had way worse.

    I hear the butter talkers and I shrug. I get it, but i think they see the forest for the trees. Plus we don't always know a good thing til it's gone.
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    Posted by LaMadrina
    I'm still curious as to how one even "looks" gay?

    I'm thinking robert downey junior click to expand
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    Indeed he was very happy to play Ironman...very magnetic character
  • no shame in dressing down like our cave dwelling ancestors. i have the sudden urge to paint this morning's hunt on the walls. though i do have to cheat and wear socks else the cat attacks my toes. the hunt is strong in her as well
  • I used to write on the backs of receipts when I was a night cashier (my first real job after college). It was so quiet some nights that it seemed easy to entertain just about any passing thought. I inverted the colors.

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  • while driving, i have my right up at 2 o'clock on the steering wheel while i see many with their left as the higher (11 o'clock), probably to have a free hoof for their phallic shifter (technical term).
  • looks are the bait, personality is the catch. happy fishin'
  • Posted by aquasnoz
    Posted by jukey
    I'm intrigued by how each sign puts their own spin on one side or another. For example, the stereotypical conservative Cap who plays by the book and the outspoken yet meticulous Cap like Jane Fonda (cusp, to be fair) who protests social issues (a lefty thing, right?). It really becomes more than the sign(s), but it's still fun to observe. Of course, a Sag or Aqua influence can arguably add edginess to their earthiness.

    For Aqua, I imagine the quirkiness doesn't escape even a conservative Christian type; still devout and church-going, but just something unusual about their routine or thinking. Paul Ryan (House Speaker) and Kevin McCarthy (House majority leader) are right-leaning Aquas, but on the opposite end, there's Bill Maher (another cusper) who stirs the pot quite a bit with his rants. Alex Jones is another and I don't even know where to start with him...entertaining, but he goes to extremes to push his theories and you either like him or hate him.

    That reminds me of different churches in town that sway one way or another. Some more rigid or loose than others. Always good to have options; if it brings people together, that's a plus.


    Heya jukey long time! Definitely interesting as the Aquas I know I'd identify them as left as most of them tend to disregard traditions and are quite devout of social justice then you compare than to aquas need to be humanitarian which I guess works. I guess boiling it down to the sun sign doesn't really say much for sure.

    Say for example I don't disagree with some issues brought up by the left but there's such thing as a step to far e.g. "please call me by my correct pronoun else you're dissing me". Alex Jones.... yeah I'd like to give him away as charity lol.

    Perhaps environmental or progressives being more dominant in certain countries and their affiliating countries (look at Sweden or Germany) the voice that's been given to extreme left with advent of social media culture. I think a lot of people will unintentionally identify themselves as left without seeing the whole picture. click to expandclick to expand
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    Good to hear from you. In countries like Germany, you're laughed at if you don't subscribe to climate change so there seems to be a large consensus there about addressing it. I'm not fond of injecting the sky with chemicals to cool the planet though (geo-engineering). Is that our best solution? (No, it's only the most short-sighted)
  • I'm intrigued by how each sign puts their own spin on one side or another. For example, the stereotypical conservative Cap who plays by the book and the outspoken yet meticulous Cap like Jane Fonda (cusp, to be fair) who protests social issues (a lefty thing, right?). It really becomes more than the sign(s), but it's still fun to observe. Of course, a Sag or Aqua influence can arguably add edginess to their earthiness.

    For Aqua, I imagine the quirkiness doesn't escape even a conservative Christian type; still devout and church-going, but just something unusual about their routine or thinking. Paul Ryan (House Speaker) and Kevin McCarthy (House majority leader) are right-leaning Aquas, but on the opposite end, there's Bill Maher (another cusper) who stirs the pot quite a bit with his rants. Alex Jones is another and I don't even know where to start with him...entertaining, but he goes to extremes to push his theories and you either like him or hate him.

    That reminds me of different churches in town that sway one way or another. Some more rigid or loose than others. Always good to have options; if it brings people together, that's a plus.
  • A good storyteller at best and liar at worst. Twelfth house has you in another world much of the time and leaves one to indulge some fantastic thoughts and feelings. So mental illness is always a danger if something isn't grounding you. Similar to mercury/neptune aspects (I have the square and it's too easy to trip on my words and speak in tongues).
  • Posted by Endless
    Posted by Superman77
    Do you think police should carry guns? What about tazers?

    In this day and age, I think they shouldn’t be armed.

    you mean like norwegian cops? Ha Ha common that's too civilised for the wild west, heck considering the amount of firearm already out, cops should carry bazookas, you can't know who's gonna shot who out there.

    Posted by jukey

    With about 300 millions guns on 33% of 126 million households or about 41 million houses, you're gonna run out of shelter dogs pretty fast click to expandclick to expand
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    Well, they better make like rabbits and get those numbers up. Pit bulls, among other breeds, are demonized for attacking people (without guns), but that can change.
  • I love the wit and innuendos from these days
  • I want to hear/see a riveting story of a nun moonlighting on IG with the bible tucked away.
  • Posted by Damnata
    Posted by Aquarelle
    They are in touch with their feminine side.


    The biggest draw for me here, the sensitivity. They dislike it in themselves though. click to expandclick to expand
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    Society dislikes it in them. But it's a strength in disguise. "Macho" behavior strikes me as a parody of masculine behavior. It's fun to watch a homophobe totally deflect an otherwise innocent compliment from a dude (who is comfortable enough to say it). I think it's reasonable to say a man is handsome or looking good, but I've sent the wrong message before and I was upfront it (if they're willing to listen). No shame, just get back on that horse.

    Then again, Italians and Greeks, as laid back as they are, greet each other with kisses as a friendly gesture. It depends who you're surrounded by.

    I can imagine countless cynical women who never experienced sensitivity in a guy for whatever reason. Maybe because they attract the "macho" men who can't wrap their head around such things (out of fear, lousy parents, peer pressure).

    Maybe they need a passport.
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  • Posted by GC05
    Creating a rock playlist, feel free to add to it.
    All style s of rock are fine 😄
    Soft, hard, old, new, it’s all welcome.

    Your avatar reminded me of a tune
  • With all the annoyances and pet peeves that are omnipresent in this interconnected world, pulling your eyeballs in every direction, it behooves one to not sweat the small stuff. Save it for the big stuff.

    Meat or vegan, vinyl or streaming, god or no god, such debates are so subjective. Some people like to argue and compete for those brownie points, some don't like to waste breath projecting one's experience onto another's. But if their feelings, their opinions show some passion and respect for things they do not fully understand, then that is the whole point of why I'm here listening to you.

    You can have my brownie now.