Andrew McNeal
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Andrew McNeal's Discussions

Meeting people/social outings past college?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack S Jul 25, 2012. 3 Replies

I'll keep this short, but I'm moving back to DFW to work with my dad who owns a video security company, we are opening an office in the Plano area and I'll be living there as of next month. I'm 24,…Continue

Tags: friends, meeting, party

What have you accomplished this year?

Started this discussion. Last reply by David F. Nov 7, 2011. 46 Replies

Let's hear what all of you have done this year so far. I have:Ended a bad relationship of almost 3 yearsTraveled to every major city in Texas, some multiple timesVisited the National Firearms Museum…Continue

Tags: year, Accomplishments

Starting a new job at Walmart

Started this discussion. Last reply by The Voice of Reason Apr 30, 2012. 44 Replies

Tomorrow I begin working at walmart. I know most people think of that as a job for people who can't do a "real job", but I still want to do the best I can. I actually had someone almost make fun of…Continue

Tags: Walmart

Help with new girl

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy Sep 10, 2011. 18 Replies

So, I've been seeing this new chick for about a month, but something tells me she's stringing me along. First off, she has had sex with her ex before (only had one relationship she says), but…Continue

Tags: relationship, games, play, Girl

 

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Latest Activity

Salt Dragon replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion How to get out of being "stuck" on a family line? in the group The Genealogy Group
"I suspect you could read about your McNeal family history in the library, but their name likely is not McNeal.  It was easy to change your identity back then without  computers disciplined record keeping.  Without knowing the family…"
Mar 12
Joshua replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"My first car I owned was a 2004 Saturn Ion.  I loved that car until I wrecked it on the first snowy night of last year.  I mean she still ran but I could not afford the deductible for it so I took a check for the damages and used the money…"
Jun 25, 2014
Tim replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
" Green 1994 Toyota Camry, budget package, with 170k on the clock. It was a "getting a job" present from the parents in 2009. In 2012 since i had a clean record they took it back and gave it to my sister for her first car, and I got a…"
Jun 21, 2014
Cthulhu's Revenge replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"VW Golf. was a tank of a car and I still miss it!"
Jun 21, 2014
Michael J. K. replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
Jun 21, 2014
Michael J. K. replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"1979 Skylark"
Jun 21, 2014
Dann Anthony replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"A '78 Ford Fairmont. Real grandpa car, the kind a college guy could afford back when parents didn't give their kids cars for high school graduation. I polished it like it was a limo and learned basic mechanics on it. It had an in-dash…"
Jun 21, 2014
Specs replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"My first car was a maroon 1986 honda crx.  "
Jun 21, 2014
Tim Dienes replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"First one? A 1976 Chevy Nova. V8. "
Jun 18, 2014
Bob Brower replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"My first road car (i had a few woods cars before this) was a 1967 Chrysler Newport 2 dr , auto ps pb ,radio and heater , not much else . spray can painted, dark green. bought it in 1977 for 150.00 and drove the heck out of it . it was a great car…"
Jun 18, 2014
Andy replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"1992 Honda Accord. My dad acquired this car as a donation to a youth group project. I ended up working for the car at my father's mechanic shop. That car was a beast! 230k miles on it and it was still running strong. I can't remember how…"
Jun 13, 2014
Dakota Caraway replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"'86 Chevrolet 1/4 ton pickup with rear positraction.  Never went mudding in it because my pops got it for me... Then gas prices went up and I got a 2000 Nissan Frontier that was Standard.  Never liked driving Automatics afterwards."
Apr 6, 2014
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"It was a great little car. Fast as hell and actually quite comfortable for 2 people"
Apr 6, 2014
Nate Thallas replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"Bad Boys, Bad Boys, whatcha gonna do? Hehe. One of my coworkers drives a little Datsun. She proudly refers to it as "The Tadpole"."
Apr 6, 2014
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"1978 Datsun 280z. Bought it for $50, put $4G in to restoring it, then promptly wrapped it around a telephone pole running from a cop."
Apr 6, 2014
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"Your daddy's car doesn't count."
Apr 6, 2014

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Interests
Meeting new people, history, learning, music, self improvement, classic cars
Movies
Action, Horror, and Comedy
Music
Mainly rock, classic rock, and country, although I'll listen to anything is intelligible and has good lyrics.

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At 10:53pm on December 30, 2010, DLB said…
I have enjoyed reading your postings. You have a wonderful way of speaking your mind and cutting right to the point.

Glad to be your friend!
 
 
 

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Shane replied to Pale Horse's discussion Required Reading
"The Bible, Aesop's Fables, and Bullfinch's Mythology. That will give you access to a good 95% of western literature."
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Sir replied to Pale Horse's discussion Required Reading
"That's so hard.  Example:  Aristotle's Physics, the beginning bits, are foundational -- but they're hard, and surely not everyone needs to read them.  If you're a scholar, sure. I think you should know what's…"
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"What sort of musician are you?  What genre of music do you like best?"
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Chip replied to Pale Horse's discussion Required Reading
"Here's a list of books that, as an English teacher, I feel are good, essential, important, etc. Some are newer, many are classics. I'll add to the list as I think of more but this is the best I can do at 6:30…"
8 hours ago
Dominic replied to Pale Horse's discussion Required Reading
"Not required reading, but these are probably good to read. I fully recognize how limited this list is and not inclusive of different authors and cultures. Iliad & Odyssey Hesiod - Theogony Sappho Herodotus' history Thucydides'…"
9 hours ago
Errol Alger replied to Michael D. Denny's discussion Urinating Outdoors
"A nearly everyday experience for me at the Winnsboro Blue Granite Quarry. It's a mere 10-minute walk from my front door to this lofty spot. No need for for modesty here as there is seldom another soul around. Once known as "The Silk…"
10 hours ago
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Required Reading

There's a similar thread right now but it's bizarre and spammy. So. What, in your opinion, is required reading to be part of the human race? What is absolutely essential, whether it be philosophy, history, religion, or even classic fiction or poetry?See More
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Pale Horse replied to John Muir's discussion Donald Trump Is A Greedy, Creepy, Ignorant Jerk in the group The Great Debate
"I will say it has gotten a little better post-election. Mostly because there's just a handful of people who haven't left."
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