Random Thoughts

johnlocke, what happens when you click on my name?

I went to my Profile Preferences and under Interface I see this:


I’m wondering if I’m hidden too. I never checked that box.

Just clicked your name and yep, yours is hidden as well.

Try now. I just unchecked it.

OK. Yer good now. But I can’t find anywhere in my preferences that enables or disables anything like this.

The only thing I have turned off is FB connect cuz Brody was chasing me all over the internet calling me a fraud. But I’m not sure that’s the issue.

Click on your picture upper right, then the wheel, then Preferences. Under Account on the left, click on Interface and scroll down. Uncheck “Hide my public profile and presence features”

Ah, got it. I was being blind and as Jo says “Oblivious”. :slight_smile:

Thank you.

You’re welcome. I see you now. Not sure how it changed because I know I didn’t want to hide :grin:

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This is from a most kind and wonderful friend about his son’s journey from the depths of addiction to the heights of human achievement. :heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::muscle::muscle::muscle::muscle::muscle::muscle::muscle:

This is a story of redemption and potential for and

actualization of human greatness. The ultimate conquest of man over nature.

So awesome Jon L. Dehler. (amazing Red Sox friend to to Red Sox Nation)

"The world you desire can be won. It exists… it is real…it is possible…it is yours. " - Ayn Rand

We actually studied these lyrics in Poetry and Literature class in HS,


Thank you to my bff Jo, this one’s for you.

"Every night I should be on my knees saying “thank god for this woman, Amen”.

Listen to the beauty and think on the lyrics for just a little while and how they apply to today’s world.

Far ahead of their time. But thats what a commitment to reason gets you. The ability to predict the future when one understands the underlying principles of a culture.

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Sitting at a friend’s house with Jo with a wood stove blazing on this beautiful NH evening.

The smells of the leaves and the stove are sublime.

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Sounds awesome man
I’m having a whiskey and throwing blankets at my kid lmao

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One of the the things I am so thankful for is that I was never indoctrinated into any ideology or religion or the such growing up.

In fact my dad made certain that I knew how to reason without bias then set me on my intellectual journey.

I know so many that had so much to unlearn or had devastating childhoods. I had neither.

Thank you dad. RIP 2003

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I buy the food and my Chef roomie Chris cooks and he cooks oh so good.

Chicken, baked potatoes and French cut string beans.

Freaking awesome. :slight_smile: