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#1873940 - 11/14/09 04:38 AM Re: Now for something completely different: [Re: sofaraway]
Punktmann Offline
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Registered: 12/07/07
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I cannot stand it when a poster only sees their spouses fault for walking away with looking at themselves and seeing a NEED for a change. Yeah your perfect...and you're more than likely going to be divorced.
I am going to second this and add on that anyone on this board who believes that they were not at fault in any way for their situation, you are simply wrong.


UUuuhhhhmmm.... hands in pockets... whistles... kicks rocks... Yeah.

What they said.
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But someday baby...
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Take away, take away what I don't need, save the good part please. Fade away, fade away.

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#1874017 - 11/14/09 01:26 PM Re: Now for something completely different: [Re: Punktmann]
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No judgment here Jack...actually the latest posts of yours explain a lot of the insight you have. Much like Sandi, Amy, and a few others...you have been on both sides of the fence. something I learned long ago is that you have to look at a problem from all angles and view points to understand it (Lack of this being my biggest problem with modern religion). You have that, so your opinion carries more weight and truthfulness.

Hope you have a great weekend. What is planned?
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#1874122 - 11/14/09 10:01 PM Re: Now for something completely different: [Re: Lostforwords]
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Registered: 10/26/09
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everyone has good qualities and bad qualtities

our job

as good humans

is to try to show our good qualities more often than our bad

so many things in my life I regret
but
if i don't learn anything from those things then they have been for naught

the learning
while painful
helps us grow

true regret means you don't repeat the mistakes of your past

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#1875146 - 11/16/09 05:49 PM Re: Now for something completely different: [Re: figgeroni]
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It is a past issue.
In piercing you have to trust, but you also have to verify that trust. Past that now.
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#1875442 - 11/16/09 10:50 PM Re: Now for something completely different: [Re: Jack_Three_Beans]
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Registered: 09/30/05
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Figgy

Glad to see you got your keyboard fixed ... no more Figgied posts.

Is it okay to be a bad human, as long as we keep trying to be a better bad human but only change the things we must? There are some bad habits that are just too much fun to quit.

And is it possible that "true regret" is actually learning you failed to improve the first time, so now life is repeating itself ... something guaranteed to happen to those who don't pay attention the first time they ride the He!!coaster.

Oh yeah, is it bad to mess with Figgy, cause I don't remember the rule on that one and it could slow down my being a better person.

Now as for Amy ... puleeeez ... let there be no doubt. Uh, Amy isn't reading this thread is she Jack? smile

cool

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#1875456 - 11/16/09 11:05 PM Re: Now for something completely different: [Re: Was2sad]
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Registered: 11/03/05
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Loc: Ventura County, CA
Originally Posted By: Was2sad

And is it possible that "true regret" is actually learning you failed to improve the first time, so now life is repeating itself ... something guaranteed to happen to those who don't pay attention the first time they ride the He!!coaster.


This is so true.
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#1875475 - 11/16/09 11:47 PM Re: Now for something completely different: [Re: frank_D]
Jack_Three_Beans Offline
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Deep conversation killed my thread.

in 25.5 hours, I'll be killing zombies in the Big Easy.
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Experience is a brutal teacher, but you learn. My God, do you learn. - C.S. Lewis

Life is usually all about how you handle Plan B. - Jack3Beans

Listen without defending; Speak without offending - FaithinAK

TRUST THE PROCESS - Cadet


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#1875476 - 11/16/09 11:49 PM Re: Now for something completely different: [Re: Jack_Three_Beans]
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Hell if I know Was.
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Life is usually all about how you handle Plan B. - Jack3Beans

Listen without defending; Speak without offending - FaithinAK

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#1875495 - 11/17/09 12:09 AM Re: Now for something completely different: [Re: Jack_Three_Beans]
KerryK Offline
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Registered: 10/17/07
Posts: 5992
Loc: Beaver State
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Deep conversation killed my thread.


You cant blame me - I tried to steer your thread conversation to zombie talk.

The #1 zombie rule:

Don’t be "that one a$$hole," in your group.
Textual analysis of zombie movies has proven that "that one a$$hole," a character ubiquitous in zombie and survival horror movies, only stands a 4.32% chance of surviving until the end of the movie.

Later studies have challenged that figure, citing several movies in which "that one a$$hole" was one-upped by "the other, bigger a$$hole," who then assumed "that one a$$hole" status.
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#1875504 - 11/17/09 12:32 AM Re: Now for something completely different: [Re: KerryK]
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...hrnm...

My chances are not good.
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