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  1. Seeler
    Created by Seeler in category Promoted Threads
    Sep 10, 2017
    Reminds me of a joke: A group of girls were discussing what appliances they considered absolutely necessary in setting up housekeeping, when one turned to her elderly grandmother and ask: "Grammy, you've lived a long time and seen a lot of changes. What modern appliance did you appreciate most?" "That's easy," the grandmother replied. "Running water."

    But I'm assuming now that most households have some basics like heating, a stove, refrigerator, basic telephone (as well as running...
  2. PilgrimsProgress
    Created by PilgrimsProgress in category Promoted Threads
    Sep 6, 2017
    Well, I see Judi Dench is commenting in the media about sexual desire and we oldies..........

    A case of the spirit being willing, but the flesh weak? (Thank God one's imagination doesn't seem to diminish with age!)

    My question is, 'Does this mean Crazyheart and I will have more competition for our young, extremely fit roofer???? ":rolleyes:
  3. DaisyJane
    Created by DaisyJane in category Promoted Threads
    May 12, 2017
    I am in the midst of drafting an undergraduate course exploring disability and faith. Often disability is explored within the context of something that is not normal. For example we assume it is normal to be able to walk and talk, and not being to do those things is considered not normal, and therefore a limitation or disability.

    I would argue that "normal" is a social construct.

    What do you think? What is normal? Is there such a thing as normal?
  4. ChemGal
    Created by ChemGal
    Jun 1, 2014
    You've made it here! Hopefully the basic features will come naturally to you, but if it doesn't we are here to help!

    The subforum topics can be viewed by clicking the forums button on the top page.
    Underneath that, you may find the New Posts to be useful. This will show all of the threads that have posts that you have not seen. If you click on a thread title from this list, it will jump to the first new post.

    To view a thread, click on forums at the top of the page. Click on the...