Kaffine
Kaffine
May 30 2019
9

Timeless was ok, not quite the wackiness LofT is. It had a similar tone to Sliders, although Sliders dealt with the multiverse rather than time.

May 30 2019
16

To me, the spirit of Quantum Leap lives on in Legends of Tomorrow (Timeless too, I suppose, but I haven’t watched it yet).

Mar 19 2019
1

I am not a cactus expert, but that doesn’t sound good. Most cacti need to be repotted once the roots start growing through the holes in the bottom. If the roots are not showing through the bottom, it may have other problems. Read more

Jul 23 2018
3

Ok - Not to be a jackass conspiracy theory guy - which totally means I’m about to be a jackass conspiracy theory guy but;

1. Is no one else questioning why we don’t see his face? I find it odd he’s wearing a shemagh-esk head wrapping mask. “Damn it I don’t want to hike all the way in there and get shot at with arrows. Read more

Nov 16 2017
1

First of all, never feel stupid. You see the world in a different way than most people. There is value to that, and although you might not be able to think of specific instances, I guarantee you that you have used it to your advantage in your life. Read more

Sep 26 2017
51

i love trek - but hard pass. I will wait to buy the series on Amazon

Sep 2 2017
6

I had a nice hematite-bead bracelet that I made the mistake of letting my 2-year-old granddaughter hold. I was wrong about it being securely fastened together. Fortunately the x-rays showed she hadn’t actually ingested any of the beads. Phew.

Aug 1 2017
2

I was having a conversation with my younger brother about a month ago and I was surprised that he didn’t remember a particular thing about our father. Then he reminded me that he was only 10 when our dad died from cancer. While it was 17 years ago now, I often forget exactly how young my brother actually was when it Read more

Jul 31 2017
3

I still vividly remember when a friend’s mom died suddenly back in grade six.It was the first funeral I’d ever attended. We were all just... sitting with my friend after the funeral, none of us having a sweet clue what to do or say because this had never happened to any of us before. Someone’s grandma, sure, but never Read more

Jul 31 2017
4

I would like to add one note that’s not immediately relevant but which is important in the months and years after the death: don’t use the kid as a substitute for their dead parent in group photos, or at least ask them if they would like to first. I know you miss the person, and wish they could be here, but every time Read more

Jul 31 2017
2

I remember having the same reaction of blind, unthinking rage to “I’m sorry for your loss,” I think just because it was so banal. Literally everyone said this to me, and every time I heard it, I just got more and more angry, because there was nothing they could have done, and none of the people who said it had done Read more

Jun 12 2017
6

Although it must be said, most first aid organizations are now refraining from teaching the use of tourniquets—because a) a lot of people do it wrong which can lead to serious vascular and nerve damage, which leads to, b) people have a tendency of tourniquetting everything, including a lot of wounds that’s not serious Read more

May 31 2017
32

I wonder how many people were waiting with baited breath to see if he stroked out while halfway through typing “coverage”.

Apr 17 2017
8

The last line makes me doubt the whole thing but it doesn’t matter. The story is too good to let a little thing like whether it actually happened get in the way.