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Kandace
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I n v i n c i b l e !
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  • Lightstorm91
    Lightstorm91
    14 days ago
    Hello dear Kandace,ImageHugs, Daniel

  • Brody
    Brody
    15 days ago
    oh , you asked if I'd seen any good movies lately. I have to admit I watch many at home. big ass screen my TV is. And when I go see one at the cinema. I like action, meant to see on a big movie screen. I liked Deadpool 2. and Tom Cruise's Mission Impossible-Fallout. I am sure you like "a Star is born"? amazing how he learned to play the guitar in such short time, from Eddie Vedder. The DVD came out in Febr. So I will see that one in my living room.

  • Brody
    Brody
    15 days ago
    OMG a guru on "older music" you made me feel old Kandace. My generation music is Soundgarden, Pearl jam. So that was last year right? lol . I like all music. And am very much interested in the roots, and where it all began. Like with the Stones , I heard about them with Ronnie Wood. Then I listen to older records with Mick Taylor, And even older, with Brian Jones. And then their influences. Chuck Berry , Buddy Holly,Otis Redding and blues. A great journey ,and a pretty fantastic hobby. I miss record stores, all of them fell down.i had my coffee there, knew the owner. AHHH the download era. I hate it. ppl nowadays like a song from a band and download all the music. Don't even know what song is from what album. Some albums have a concept, A band, an album, music ( lyrics) taught me something bout myself. Even a silly thing like how I dress. Anyway my soundtrack of my life is awesome Kandace.

  • pokemonjesuzzz111111
    Good morning very loving and very special Kandace! Thank you so much for taking the time to write so much sharing in your very enthusiastic message! How are you this morning? Will you please tell me something that you want to do today? In 'The Change Room' I do not believe that Eliza would be happier to live with her lover, Shar. She wants to live with her hubby and their 2 children. The last scene in the novel is with Eliza, Shar and Andrew eating dinner together in Eliza and Andrew's home. I feel that it is definitely implied that Eliza will continue to have Shar as her lover in addition to Andrew being her lover! I have not been to Alaska. I have been to the state of Washington and...The Arctic. The weddings will be in April and July. On 3/2/2019 I loved watching the movie 'The Gymnast' at my home! I do not know what movies were up for Oscar awards. Yesterday I enjoyed being at a beach. Unfortunately there is a snow storm here now. If the main library stays open in the snow storm I will walk to a library today. Today I plan to watch either 'The Gymnast' or 'Personal Best'! Today I will read the novel 'Just This Once' written by KG McGregor! I hope that you have a delightful day! Hugs, Billy

  • AustraliaAwake
    AustraliaAwake
    16 days ago
    fanks kandays, i howp thad u hab a injoiabul noo weak :) Image

  • Heavens_Hitman
    Heavens_Hitman
    16 days ago
    P.S It went well last night thanks. My friend and I just chilled with a few beers and watched "Get Out" on Netflix. I had been meaning to watch that one for some time. I would also like to see "Hereditary" which I have heard is very good. I've noticed that "BlacKkKlansman" is already available to rent "on demand" by my cable provider. That didn't take long! What film were you planning on seeing, and how did your weekend go?

  • Heavens_Hitman
    Heavens_Hitman
    16 days ago
    I could be reconstituted right down to the last atom, even the memory pathways in my brain could be reconstructed, and so...the personality would even be the same, but it would be a replica in every conceivable way possible, not truly me. Why? Because consciousness is not something that can be replicated, only the machinery of consciousness, i.e the brain. The brain itself is merely a place for the "process" of consciousness. Esteemed atheist "Sam Harris" puts it like this. To ask what happens to one's consciousness after death, is akin to asking what happens to a song after it is finished being played. The answer is...nothing. The song can be performed again, even by the same artist, but it will never be the song you heard the first time around. However, I did notice that Sam's analogy doesn't take into account the idea of a recorded song. After THAT song is finished being played the song itself, it's "information" continues to exist as a recording. But that information is meaningless without the actual process of playing the song. Therefore I do not believe that consciousness can exist in a stagnant eternal state. The information behind consciousness perhaps can, but for the consciousness itself to be well...conscious, would require an eternity of external stimuli. In other words, if their is indeed an afterlife, there would HAVE to be something to do in it. What do you think? I wish you a great night, and I shall catch up with you again much sooner this time. xoxox

  • Heavens_Hitman
    Heavens_Hitman
    16 days ago
    Hello my dear, I was just on my way to bed when I saw your comment. It seems that we are often on here at different times, however I will leave you with some food for thought before I go. May I just say before I start, EPIC bg! In answer to your question, there are two modes of thought on that one. The first as you well know, says that information cannot be destroyed, and must go....somewhere. If I were to kill a video game character (as I have many times in my youth) he or she is never truly dead, as their information can be rebooted at any time. Video game characters typically have multiple lives. So if we are all living in some kind of simulation, it's worth considering that perhaps you and I have already died in various ways, many times over. But when we were "rebooted", we had no recollection of events leading up to our deaths. Complex patterns do break down, but only ever into other complex patterns. When I die and decay, my molecular structure will not so much cease to exist, but rather be absorbed into the molecular structure of the earth...or that which eats me. So the information is still very much there, however that does not necessarily suggest a continuation of life, as the "information" which comprised me...has now been disassembled. Could it potentially be reconstituted? Well in theory yes, my physical form could. But herein lies the problem. It would not truly be me.

  • woojoke
    woojoke
    16 days ago
    Greetings to you too, dear Kandace! My weekend is/has been wet from waaaay too much rain which has me behind on my outdoor chores as i don't own a boat, canoe or even a raft to get across my new lake to rack last autumn's leaves!! Oh well, there's always next week;)

  • Kandace
    Kandace
    16 days ago
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    Kandace
    16 days ago
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  • michael_89
    michael_89
    17 days ago
    I agree I think there were ancient civilizations that were a lot more advanced than we were told,or at least think.When you consider the great pyramid apparently took about 20 years to build.It`s been calculated they would have had to cut and lay 1 stone every 2 minutes or something like that!? Also again,slaves were not used apparently.But even the pyramids are dwarfed in comparison to the temple complex at Baalbek.Those stones are truly titanic in size and weight..I`ve read stuff about there being a "lost civilization" beneath the south pole..It`s not out of the question.It wasn`t always a frozen wasteland.Before the pole shift (if it happened?) that continent was much warmer and more temperate...There are "out there" theories like ancient peoples went to the moon,not something I`m a believer in.That`s going a tad too far.But there are many,many mysteries involving ancient civilizations...