Thursday Theories – Nice

So this isn’t really a “fact” thing type blog, it’s more a curiosity thing. So “bear with”.

I was just thinking today at work. What “made” me become nice? Was it innate, did I learn it, was it force onto me, is it a gift?

Its just seems more and more like a rare trait these days. Like the other week my mum’s work colleague, her mum had just escaped from the Ukraine, and on top of all of that they LOST HER LUGGAGE! So that night we all whipped different clothing. When we tell people that story, most of us say to us a lot of other people wouldn’t. I was like, really?

Then with my streaming and social media’s, people keeping telling I am so nice and you don’t see that a lot, really?

I think it’s a normal thing to get together clothes and things you can spare, last minute to someone. If I’m having a bad day, I don’t take it out on others. Is that really not that normal?

That’s why I started to think about it. I reblocked my Dad today as well, after unblocking him, to thank him for my present he gave me for my birthday. Only to not hear anything, until yesterday, where all he wanted was my brother’s address. So I gave it too him and then he said the oddest thing “Block Time…Bye” That man child, had been blocking me this WHOLE time! He STILL thinks HE’S the victim…WTF is wrong with him?!!!!

So definitely didn’t learn my kindness from him, lol

My mum, a little bit, I guess? She treats me with little respect, like that family that have controlled my life since I was 12, and am now 38. They ruined my birthday last year, she mocked this year for being grumpy around my birthday. They disrespect my partner and I, and she says nothing. So maybe not her either.

SO WHOOOOOO! As much as I can still relate to my great grandfather, he died when I was two, lol

You know, maybe it’s the pets?! That unconditional love has got to rub off, but I see a lot of bigots with pets of some sort. Do you know that amount of times I have said “SAVE THE DOGGO!KITTY!HORSES…various other animals” lol…

SO WHAT IS IT THAT MAKES US NICE/KIND!

Thursday Theories – Birthday

You’re probably thinking “Wait, you’re not writing something fun on your birthday” My dear friends and readers, this day is not over. I love to learn, so I learnt about Birthdays. We just take for granted we get one. How did they start? What does it mean? Numerology? Star Signs? There are some many things that take place on a Birthday.

  • “Happy Birthday To You” is the most popular song in the English language. But be careful the next time you sing it, it’s copyrighted!
  • August is the most popular birth month, accounting for nearly 9 percent of all birthdays in the world.
  • On the other hand, the month with the least amount of birthdays is February.
  • In 1997, Paul McCartney’s birth certificate became the most expensive birth certificate in the world, when it sold at an auction for $84,146!
  • Speaking of candles… the first birthday cake with candles was had in 18th century Greece.
  • Europeans were the first ones to use noisemakers on someone’s birthday, as they thought it would help keep evil spirits away.
  • William Shakespeare died on his 52nd birthday — April 23, 1616.
  • Early Christians viewed birthday celebrations as pagan in nature. 
  • In China, a newborn is considered age 1. Thus, a 1-year-old in the West, as well as most other parts of the world, would be aged 2 years in China.

There is a site that you can visit to find out what happened on your birthday: MyBirthdayFacts

What is numerology?

Definition: Numerology is the pseudoscientific belief in a divine or mystical relationship between a number and one or more coinciding events.

A lot of Numerologists will use the numbers of the dates of your birthday, to give you a more spiritual type belief of who you are. It’s kind of similar to Astrology (your birth signs). You use the numbers of your date of birth, to figure out your life path number. Which is usually a single digit.

Each life path number has a different meaning.

It is calculated by adding up the numbers in your full date of birth.
For example, April 4th 1992, would be 4 + 4 = 8. Then the 1992 is broken down as 1 + 9 + 9 + 2 = 21.

Now you add the two digits of 21 together like 2 + 1 = 3.

This is the same with any double-digit numbers which you should keep adding together until you end up with a 1 digit number.
Example: 19 becomes 1 + 9 = 10, then 1 + 0 = 1). Finally, add the 8 and 3 together for your life path number i.e. 8 + 3 = 11.

So take today, as an example

29/04/2022

2+9 = 11

4

2+0+2+2 = 6

6+4+11 = 21 – 2+1 = 3

3 would be your life path number, if you were born today.

Mine is 1 =D

Thursday Theories – Easter

First thing first, I am not Religious. So call me out if you wish.

However, onto the topic at hand.

Friday is not “Happy Easter Day”, that’s the day that Jesus dies. Do you have any idea how many people say “Happy Easter” on the Friday???!!!

Sunday is the day for “Happy Easter” Hence the eggs. Rebirth, reborn.

That’s it really, lol

I think it’s the biggest thing that a lot of people miss. Honestly the amount of times I’ve seen people say “Happy Easter” on the Friday. That’s why you have hot cross buns on the Friday, it has a little cross on a fruit bun.

Of course there is a lot of debate if Easter was taken from the Celts. Spring is for rebirth, fertility. Everything is taken from something else. So very likely Easter is from a Celt tradition. The funny thing is, in Australia were heading towards Winter, a season of DEATH!lol…But you know, it’s also how you look at “death”, as it can be rebirth in itself. The “death” of a toxic personality, I don’t know what to write about, lol

Thursday Theories – Christmas

What a better time then to write about some theories about Christmas!

I suspect, after this weekend, things will be a little more full on. As such, I want to try and get the heavy topics out of the way, lol

Was Jesus born on December the 25th?

The earliest Christians did not celebrate his birth. Dec. 25 is not the date mentioned in the Bible as the day of Jesus’s birth; the Bible is actually silent on the day or the time of year. 

By most accounts, the birth was first thought — in around 200 A.D. — to have taken place on Jan. 6. Why? It may have been the result of “a calculation based on an assumed date of crucifixion of April 6 coupled with the ancient belief that prophets died on the same day as their conception,” according to religionfacts.com. By the mid-4th century, the birthday celebration had moved to Dec. 25. Who made the decision? Some accounts say it was the pope; others say it wasn’t.

So, long story short. No one has any record why, they eventually made December 25th Jesus’s birthday.

Who invented Christmas?

Well, this is always up for a debate.

The first recorded incidence of Christmas being celebrated actually dates all the way back to the Roman Empire in 336, during the time of the Roman Emperor Constantine – so technically the Romans invented it, although there’s no specific person who is credited with having done so.

However, the Christmas that we know NOW, was first really celebrated with Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

The prince sent decorated trees to schools and army barracks around Windsor, but it was likely a visual that made British citizens tree-crazy. An engraving published in 1848 featured the Queen, the Prince, and their children decorating a tree. Given the family-focused culture of the era, it wasn’t long before Christmas trees became a key component of a middle class family’s holiday celebrations.

Unlike today’s royals, Victoria and Albert were very into the tradition.

Of course, we can’t forget the Pagans!


The unexpected origins of popular Christmas traditions – CBS News DECEMBER 25, 2018 / 9:05 AM / CBS NEWS

Why can’t we say “Merry Christmas” anymore?

Oh, that is a total myth. There’s nothing wrong with saying Merry Christmas. There is no “War” on Christmas. As we become a more global and accepting society, we interact with more cultures and societies that don’t celebrate Christmas, and that’s fine. That’s why more people say “Happy Holidays”, as well as, Merry Christmas. Personally I always send a “Happy Holidays” Christmas card to the bigots in my family =D Hahaha … Hey … Don’t judge me =P lol


Albums Christmas Songs

Thursday Theories – Your Theories

I know it probably seems a little lazy, but I would love to hear about YOUR theories. Or are there any theories that you would like me to look into too?

The last couple of weeks, my brain has gone into such a fuzz. I even dropped a class this week from my studies, and transferred into something that seems a little more simpler, for the time being.

One of the theories that I guess I could write about myself, is with my new job. We look back in time, and are putting things for ye olde year and put them online. So I saw something today, I’m not sure how much that I can say, because of confidentiality. However, you know how in “modern” times, we read about the young girl whose been betrothed to a old man? Oh, it REALLY happened

The youngest girl who I saw, who would have been married off…Was only 13! Her “partner” was 19…But she was only 13 when she married! This is like in the 50’s! I just didn’t think this was happening then.

I found the biggest age gap so far…62 and 30 … I also found a age gap of 40 and 23 … The woman being 40! My little “woke” mind, haha!

Thursday Theories – No Theories

With everything going on in my life in the “real world”, I didn’t have the time or the mental energy to really go and research into anything. What I’ve done instead is I’m going to write a list of some of my personal theories. I believe that I have done this before, but maybe not for a while.

  1. I believe that bigots, any kind, are scared, of the “unknown”. (It’s not a excuse to harm others)
  2. I believe that people who have privilege, don’t understand what cancel culture even is, or pretend to not get it.
  3. Not so much as theory…but…The moment you become a bigot, you automatically do ‘cancel’ any good work you’ve done before. Hitler was popular because he kept his promises and helped Germany to pay back the debt from WW…You know before the “incident”.
  4. In all honesty, and I know I’ve only been streaming for about a month. But I feel like the older you are, the better you would do at streaming. Like the younger streamers seem to get really caught up with, quiet frankly, trolls. Or even when someone asks a innocent question and they go off on them.
  5. I believe that people who say “It’s just my opinion” Truly know that they are wrong. Still can’t wait for that one to die in a fire.
  6. I don’t think Boris Johnson, actually cares about anything. Other than what he can get out of being PM. He’s different from Trump, in that, Trump finds the power intoxicating. Whereas Johnson is like “whatever…I got Brexit through”. Do you know what I mean? From what I’ve seen, it seems like Johnson just lets his Ministers do what ever they want, and he just backs them.
  7. I believe that Brian Laundrie parents, know where Brian has been. If these remains are his remains, I am never going to assume that his parents knew that he might harm himself. But one does have to remember, these are Brian Laundrie’s PARENTS. Personally, I would be trying to get my son to turn himself in and talk with the police. If he ran away, I’d be horrified by that, and I would still be trying to turn himself in. But I also get what these parents are doing.

Thursday Theories – The Justice System

The Justice System, in most countries is probably the scariest real life horror!

This post isn’t going to be necessarily the hundreds of thousands of misjustices that the justice’s systems perturbates onto people. That’s why these posts are called theories, in reality, I think the whole Justice system in most countries should be just overturned. There are so many flaws and problems.

I am a huge crime show fanatic and the biggest reason I love them, is because 95% of the time, justice does happen in some form or another.

One of the more disturbing shows that I’ve been watching recently, is a show about how people who have been let out on bail, or parole, end up killing, hurt, assaulting someone while out on parole. What they take a look at, is to see what these previous people have done and why they were let out too begin with…What disturbs me, is that I have no clue why they were even out on parole. You’ve got serial killers and rapists, out on parole. Yet, Joe down the way, is in jail for life, no parole, because he got caught with Canabis three times.

Then they complain that they have to let these serial rapists and killers out, because the jails are overfilled … Uh, let Joe out.

The show is based on Australian crime, and as such, we apparently have three (3) levels of whose considered a risk, so there is: Low, Medium and High.

As one of the parents roughly said (whose daughter was killed by a rapist out on bail). “It’s the word risk that bothers me. It doesn’t matter the level of risk, if anyone is a risk, even if they’re a low risk. It means they’re still a risk to the public.”

The other program that I watched, years ago, was about the “West Memphis Three“. The case was about three boys, under 10 (I think) were killed in 1993. Three teenage boys were charged with their murders, and found guilty. Now the whole thing about this case, there was no evidence that the three teenagers killed the boys, and weren’t anywhere near them at the time of their deaths. But they MUST have done it, because they were ‘into’ Satanism.

“And without substantial physical evidence, police zeroed in on a pair of teens they knew well: Echols, a self-professed Wiccan who wore all black and read Stephen King, and his best friend Baldwin, who was considered an outsider because of his love of drawing and bands like Metallica.

In the beginning, everyone believed that the teenagers had done it. But in the end, even the families of the boys murdered, didn’t believe they had done it. Even though, it was pretty obvious that a lot of people believe in their innocence. All the “Justice System” could offer after decades in jail, and knowing that Damien Echols, was close to being put to death.

Was not a re-retrial, what they offered was a deal. They plead guilty to the murders, the three now adults, get freedom. But they can’t sue anyone, they can’t do anything really, other than get “Freedom”.

“The Alford plea is a seldom-invoked and somewhat confusing legal maneuver, but the basics are fairly straightforward. Essentially, it allows the accused to assert their innocence while pleading guilty, conceding that the prosecution has an overwhelming amount of evidence to procure a conviction.

How screwed is a system, that they don’t want to even consider relooking at the murders of three children, under the age of 10? They would rather stroke their egos instead. Even with the WM3 “released” the case is still considered close, so no one can look into it and WM3 are legally still accused of murdering them.

And these are just TWO cases. It would be a never ending blog.

Don’t even get me started on how, in the UK, in 2021…That “legally” rape is only, when its done with a penis. Even though when you read the legal definition for women literally raping. Though they don’t use the word rape in the definition. There are words and terms like “forced” and “non-consensual” So…you know…rape. Although there was a young girl, I think she might have been 15, maybe younger, who was charged with rape.

Thursday Theories – The 10 Commandments…Court Room or not?

This post was inspired, after reading a friends post on Facebook, about anti-vaxers of all things. This guy wrote a really relevant point about how it’s because of anti-vaxers and anti-maskers that we’re all in the position we’re in. How throughout History people have always complained about the Government “controlling” us. He even mentioned about how in the 80’s there was a article of a man who got a ticket and he was complaining about how the Government was trying to control them. The reason for the ticket? He wasn’t wearing a seatbelt.

Someone agreed with everything he said, except that they thought the 10 Commandments should be in a courtroom.

What are the 10 commandments?

  • I am the Lord thy God: thou shalt not have strange Gods before me
  • Thou shall not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain
  • Remember to keep holy the Lord’s Day
  • Honour thy father and thy mother
  • Thou shalt not kill
  • Thou shalt not commit adultery
  • Thou shalt not steal
  • Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour
  • Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife
  • Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s goods

As you can probably tell, after reading through that last. Only three of them are actual crimes. I do include:

Thou shalt no bear false witness against they neighbour.

Only because you can take that as perjury, which is a crime. So not even half of the commandments are even a crime. These would have only been Christian crimes, back in the day. They are not necessarily other Religions “Laws” or Commandments. I believe that someone people don’t even have to swear on the Bible, if it’s not part of their Religion or Belief system. I think it’s called “Affirming” rather than swearing a Oath.

Believe it or not, I actually have no issues with Religion, or Beliefs, in theory. Most of them are all about loving. And just loving your God or Jesus, or your Deity…Except for the Ancient Greek and Rome, but then they (I believe) were trying to make the Gods and Goddesses “relatable”.

We live in a Multicultural society, whether some people want to accept that or not. It’s not all about the Christian God.

Thursday Theories – Does more civilians having guns = a safer country?

Nope, lol…

Last week I saw advertising for a documentary about should Universities/Colleges allow on campus.

One of the arguments for it, is that civilians having guns = protections for more people. Except this is not the case, even by US standards.

“With about 121 firearms in circulation for every 100 residents, the United States is by far the most heavily armed society in the world, according to the Geneva-based Small Arms Survey, a research group.”

There were 14,400 gun-related homicides in 2019. Figures from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show there were a total of more than 38,300 deaths from guns in 2019 – of which more than 23,900 were suicides.

Now, before anyone says anything, suicide with a gun, is still a death by gun. It’s suicide with a gun. So still a death with a gun. So, death by gun. I can’t begin to tell you how many times I have had this “argument” with some Americans that think death by gun, shouldn’t include suicide. Even though it is a death by gun. It’s not death by overdose or lying on a train track, it’s with a gun.

Killings involving a gun accounted for nearly three quarters of all homicides in the US in that year (2019).

That’s a larger proportion of homicides than in Canada, Australia, England and Wales, and many other countries.

Like the guy said for the documentary “If more guns made countries safer, America should be the safest country”…and it’s really not, haha.

The one thing that I have noticed that a lot of gun “enthusiasts” will also pick and choose from the 2A.

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

I’m just going to pick out a couple of things from here.

well regulated – So not because Bobby Joe wants a gun.

Militia – a military force that is raised from the civil population to supplement a regular army in an emergency. So again, not Bobby Joe who wants to play Army.

being necessary to the security of a free State – Once again, not because Bobby Joe needs to go to the supermarket to get some bread…or to get more guns, lol

Silly Bobby Joe, lol