Joan Denoo
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  • Spokane, WA; Newport, WA; Littleton, CO
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Dementia

Started this discussion. Last reply by Plinius Jan 7. 39 Replies

I was probably the first one to notice that I experienced changes in my life, and my son, Cary, who lived with me, began to notice changes as well. There were subtle changes at first, things that…Continue

Tags: confusion, performance, apathy, repetition, direction

When is pattern show evidence of bias?!!!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Sarbeck Sep 17, 2018. 2 Replies

The political life slides so far toward Republican dogma, anti-semitism, racism, sexism, anti-feminism, ageism, and about every other ism that exists that I feel as though I sit on the tip of a sharp…Continue

Tags: Republicans, isms, corporations, ., politics

Mass Shootings are often perpetrated by ....

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Penn Mar 23, 2018. 1 Reply

"So many of these people that commit the mass murders end up being Democrats."— Claudia Tenney on Wednesday, February 21st, 2018…Continue

Tags: PTSS, access, to, guns., ill

 

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Joan Denoo commented on Little Name Atheist's group Atheist Ailurophiles
"Oh! Grinning Cat, I didn't realize the Ogden Nash lyrics were on the page with the audio. Sorry if I inconvenienced you!"
4 hours ago
Joan Denoo commented on Little Name Atheist's group Atheist Ailurophiles
"Grinning Cat, thank you for the Ogden Nash poems. Put to music tickled my funny bone.?"
5 hours ago
Joan Denoo commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"Ian, it won't load for me either.?"
5 hours ago
Grinning Cat replied to Joan Denoo's discussion Measles in the group No Nonsense
"What's disturbing in the U.S. is not only the reputed existence of doctors who'll certify medical exemptions on flimsy pretexts, if parents have irrational beliefs against vaccination; but also that forty-seven states?allow religious…"
7 hours ago
Joan Denoo commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"Patricia, it won't be long now! Just in time for your spring outings riding to the stores for some socializing and shopping.?"
8 hours ago
Joan Denoo commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"Ian, I can only imagine how the wind must be a great challenge. Here is the Earth Wind Map. For those who do not know how to use it, see the…"
8 hours ago
Joan Denoo commented on Ruth Anthony-Gardner's group Hang With Friends
"Randy, I suspect you will be working all the while you are there and will feel like a vacation when you get home. Happy and safe travels. I would like to learn your assessment of the damage. How are government programs helping in doing the cleanup,…"
9 hours ago
Joan Denoo commented on Little Name Atheist's group Atheist Ailurophiles
"Plinius, I love the cat with an umbrella! The expression says it all.? Grinning Car, I love Ogden Nash, but could not understand one word of the chorus. Their harmony is fantastic. Wish I had the lyrics.? Kind of like, "The Sound of…"
9 hours ago
Joan Denoo replied to Joan Denoo's discussion Measles in the group No Nonsense
"Bertold, going to the sites of ancient goddesses in Greece, Turkey, Old Europe, and Ireland, Marija Gimbutas told us the story of the ancient Pandora. It was a jar, not a box, and when Neolithic (New Stone Age) people were hungry, they called on…"
10 hours ago
Joan Denoo replied to Joan Denoo's discussion Measles in the group No Nonsense
"I agree with that decision of keeping unvaccinated children out of public schools. Parents have the option of homeschooling and private schooling. It is a free country; parents have choices to make.?"
10 hours ago
Joan Denoo replied to Joan Denoo's discussion Measles in the group No Nonsense
"I can't remember where we were stationed (my husband was in the army and we moved every two years), and children could not enroll in school if they were not vaccinated.?"
10 hours ago
Joan Denoo replied to Joan Denoo's discussion Measles in the group No Nonsense
"Tom, you are correct as usual. Gathering photos of measles victims and reading storing of families who lost loved ones hits emotional reaction where facts do not.? Thank you.?"
11 hours ago
Patricia replied to Joan Denoo's discussion Measles in the group No Nonsense
"About time someone began to take a stand."
12 hours ago
Plinius replied to Joan Denoo's discussion Measles in the group No Nonsense
"Here parents find out that their unvaccinated children are being refused in creches and day care centres? because of the health risk..."
12 hours ago
Patricia replied to Joan Denoo's discussion Measles in the group No Nonsense
"Sounds like a plan."
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Grinning Cat replied to Joan Denoo's discussion Measles in the group No Nonsense
16 hours ago

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Spokane, WA; Newport, WA; Littleton, CO.
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Washington, Colorado
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http://joan@myior.com
About Me:
I am an 82-year-old curmudgeon; I like the 1500s spelling best and definition:
"An ill-tempered (and frequently old) person full of stubborn ideas or opinions."
I evolved from faith in superstition to behavioral scientist. I am a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, a survivor of breast cancer thanks to the fine diagnostic work and treatment at Spokane's Providence Health & Services and Cancer Care Northwest, which included surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. Dreadful stuff, but a wake up to living each and every minute.
Life is meant to remember the past, live in the present and remember a preferred future. One can be good without god! My family demonstrates it.
I bring to my community a worldliness that challenges attitudes and norms of a parochial and insular power structure. I traveled to 32 nations in the Western, Eastern, Northern and Southern Hemispheres interviewing women about their family and work lives, their health care, education, social structure, child and elder care, depression, and anxiety, and family violence. I had to be subtle when seeking information about violence. People do not like to reveal their vulnerabilities.

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Do I matter?

Posted on January 9, 2019 at 5:26pm 4 Comments

Do I matter??

No! I don’t matter! The point isn’t to depress you or me. I am not that important.? The central issue is, I don’t matter. It is a delusion to think that I matter, that I am powerful or weak. Denial holds me in delusions.

What does matter? The planet, soils, water, air, & life matters.

I will vanish, unremembered, like the…

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Who were a few of the Black Civil Rights Movement and what did they do?

Posted on October 12, 2018 at 4:40am 1 Comment

What does it take for a weak individual to stop being afraid and think about his or her situation, find ways to stand up, and take action?

What does it take for a weak community to build coalitions of like-minded people and challenge those who dominate??

Who were a few of the?Black Civil Rights Movement and what did they do?

Asa Philip Randolph, the…

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Taking on the Generative Stage of Life, Waiting to die

Posted on July 4, 2018 at 12:40am 0 Comments

The next step in this progression from birth through death, I am at the closing-down-my-home-of-42-years-stage!

A friend asked my daughter who was moving; her reply:?

"My mom has 40+ years of items that she kept, all well organized though, plus mountains of paperwork from her business and teaching and giving speeches, and genealogy records from both sides of her parents dating back centuries, and old photographs…

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Taking on the Generative Stage of Life, Waiting to die

Posted on July 4, 2018 at 12:40am 0 Comments

The next step in this progression from birth through death, I am at the closing-down-my-home-of-42-years-stage!

A friend asked my daughter who was moving; her reply:?

"My mom has 40+ years of items that she kept, all well organized though, plus mountains of paperwork from her business and teaching and giving speeches, and genealogy records from both sides of her parents dating back centuries, and old photographs…

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At 8:27am on January 11, 2019, Sofia Magee said…
Can I chat with you?
At 4:40pm on December 22, 2018, Blue Grey Brain said…

1. Joan's words:

  • "Welcome, Blue Grey Brain, to Atheist Nexus. I, for one, do not believe there is such a thing as,?"Scientific purpose of the human species"?because that implies there is a designer who planned the existence of Homo sapiens. I see no evidence of any such designer or planner when looking through scientific lenses."


2. My response:

  • Hey Joan. Respectfully, you seem to be responding to a comment I did not make, i.e. the OP does not talk about any deities.
  • You may be confusing the "teleological argument" with "teleonomy". The teleological argument is the popular religious concept, concerning deities and purpose.
  • In contrast, the OP builds on teleonomy, which is an atheistic/scientific way to describe nature in terms of purpose driven language. This is why Richard Dawkins, a militant atheist, supports teleonomy and has contributed to teleonomy.
At 3:08am on November 28, 2018, Naomi Goldblum said…

I am a proficient writer and speaker of Hebrew and a professional translator. I'd be happy to help anyone who needs it.

At 9:49am on November 17, 2018, Margaret Bradley said…

Thanks for responding to me.

At 5:14am on November 9, 2018, James M. Kauffman said…

Thanks, Joan. Part of my "yikes" is realizing how time is passing. I'll be 78 on Dec. 7, and Jeanmarie turns 55 on Dec. 18, plus my daughter becomes 50 on Dec. 23!

At 11:58pm on July 18, 2018, Egrium Tadrel said…

I am glad to join Atheist Nexus, thank you! I like these philosophers, but I did not read too much of them - of their writings, a book or two. My best friend (also an atheist) is a philosopher (graduated), he explains me too many things. I become an atheist through biology, in Rio de Janeiro Federal University, after being educated in 2 religions: catholicism and omooloko. I loose faith in 2004 july.

I have companions here. In internet I discovered other atheists in 2008. Personally I met a group of them since 2012, with the RDF bus campaingn. We are friends up to now.

Pleased to meet you Joan, and congrats for your life story.

At 1:50pm on June 13, 2018, The Lion Roar said…

Hey there. Yes there is lots of things to do for me. You should check out my forum post here I explain what thinking really is. /84d/forum/topics/what-thinking-really-is

At 12:45am on May 11, 2018, kathy: ky said…

Joan, ?you sound like your usually sharp witted, ?smiling self. I'm happy about that. I'm adjusting. I've just gone through the worst year of my life but I'm coming out the other side now. We had one long wet winter. It started raining the last week of November and didn't stop ( unless it was to snow) until about three weeks ago. I thought I was going to lose my mind. I rarely left the house. I Didn't??leave the house unless I had to.?

At 9:02pm on May 9, 2018, kathy: ky said…

Hi Joan, ?I was just scanning through and saw where you had posted for Carl. So he's still missing ? ?I too hope he's safe and sound.?

And how are you doing dear friend? Well it appears and your garden is lovely. Kathy?

At 12:22am on April 24, 2018, Prasenjit Konar said…

yes,in India a lot of members of that association.thank you.

 
 
 

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