Started by timpate, September 20, 2010, 07:56:24 PM
Quote from: the_wanderer on December 31, 1969, 09:37:16 PMLimp Bizkit sucks
Quote from: Michael V. on April 23, 2011, 03:29:07 PMwe're just fine. thank you, sir. over the course of the last 3 or 4 days, it's been nothing but tornado warnings here in cape girardeau. i love it, though. nabila and i enjoy sitting on the covered stairway outside our apartment as hell breaks loose all around us. thankfully, there's a concrete covered storage "bunker" at the base of the stairway, so i think we'd be safe from a soviet ICBM in that thing.in times like these i feel really bad for people who live in mobile homes. you'd be just as safe in a kenmore refrigerator shipping box.
Quote from: Mops on April 24, 2011, 01:30:58 AMOut of curiosity, did the city sound the civil defense sirens, and could you hear them?
Quote from: Michael V. on April 24, 2011, 01:36:04 AMYes... repeatedly over the last several days.Sent from my DROIDX
Quote from: Mops on May 31, 1970, 03:12:09 PMI recall one of the city sirens turning up in a field over 100 miles away.
Quote from: The General on April 26, 2011, 10:05:12 PM
Quote from: aldousburbank on April 28, 2011, 11:19:53 AMOne more randomness for the day, and now I'm being serious, trying to contribute something of value here, rather than my usual assy stuff. I've had the urge to post this for days, for whatever reason. Wasn't too sure... But the hell with it. I've always been an upstream swimmer and challenger of trends, upholder of unpopular ideas.The thing is, from my experience, and I've tried many of life's available flavors, given some prerequisite compatibility and mutual respect factors, monogamy can be one of life's most challenging, but most thrilling adventures. Twenty three years later, I am more attracted to my beautiful wife than when things were all infatuated and easy. Ok, it's been a lot of work, sometimes almost impossibly difficult. As it turns out, applying ourselves to the problems which naturally arise has made us the kind of people that enjoy each others company. Just my opinion, but for those of you newer to this path, the scenery up ahead can be as beautiful as you both want it to be. Definitely not for everybody, I most certainly understand that.I hope this was not too radical. 25 years ago, this was the last thing I would expect to find myself writing.
Quote from: anagrammy on April 28, 2011, 10:29:11 PMI'm touched. This is so sweet and seems to represent what happens when people hang in their through the rough spots. There comes the reward. Thanks for sharing that.Anagrammy
Quote from: b_dubb on May 09, 2011, 08:28:45 PMthere's a really shitty chinese restaurant down the street from where i am working now. the name of the place is CHINA WON. no kidding. CHINA WONperhaps ... but the food is fail
Quote from: aldousburbank on April 28, 2011, 11:19:53 AM Twenty three years later, I am more attracted to my beautiful wife than when things were all infatuated and easy. Ok, it's been a lot of work, sometimes almost impossibly difficult. As it turns out, applying ourselves to the problems which naturally arise has made us the kind of people that enjoy each others company.
Quote from: Treading Water on May 10, 2011, 05:10:02 AMMy admiration to you, sir. My envy to your beautiful wife.Perhaps because I've never found that, I truly enjoy seeing(or hearing about) a couple who is truly a couple. Makes me smile.
Quote from: Michael V. on May 10, 2011, 08:50:17 PMmy grandmother is sick and in the ICU. if you're so inclined, please pray for her, or send her some positive energy, or whatever you're into. thanks.
Quote from: Michael V. on May 10, 2011, 10:31:31 PMThis is quite random... but if the name Aldous Burbank is a real name... it is the coolest name ever.Sent from my DROIDX