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Urinating Outdoors

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Greetings

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Cup Holders

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crandles replied to Pale Horse's discussion Required Reading
"For East Asian classics, I'd start with the following Chinese books that were also seminal works for Korea and Japan: The Four Books (Analects, The Great Learning, The Mean, and Mencius) The middle two are always overlooked but were a standard…"
33 minutes ago
Todd McFarland replied to Apollyon's discussion Job Anxiety - Afraid of getting/keeping a job?
"This generation is definitely different than the one I grew up in.  I had a job from the time I was 12 -- mowing lawns, delivering papers, dishwasher, waiter, Dominos' pizza driver (back when they had the 30 minute guarantee -- that was…"
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Todd McFarland replied to D. Adonis's discussion Decluttering Your Digital Life
"About three months ago I went back to pen and paper for almost everything.  I have been deleting apps off my phone ever since.  Feels good. However, if you really like the smartphone thing, I highly recommend you turn off all…"
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Todd McFarland replied to Michael D. Denny's discussion Urinating Outdoors
"Hope my countertops didn't come from that quarry!"
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Todd McFarland replied to Pale Horse's discussion Required Reading
"Neuromancer.  One of my favorites."
1 hour ago
Todd McFarland replied to Pale Horse's discussion Required Reading
"Any list of "Great Books" is a good place to start.  I have much to read before I kick the bucket.  Being an engineer and mathematician, we didn't get to read the fun stuff."
1 hour ago
Todd McFarland replied to Dave Alex's discussion Greetings
"Welcome, Dave.  Glad to have you here."
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Shane replied to Shane's discussion Cup Holders
"Yeah.  I can only find almost what I'm looking for.  Found another style, but it's too shallow.  "
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