Eric Lindberg
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Indianapolis 500

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Lindberg May 19, 2014. 6 Replies

Any one on here a fan of the Indianapolis 500? I am going to my 14th this month and I am wondering if anyone else on here watches or is going? Who are you rooting for? What is your favorite memory of…Continue

Tags: auto, racing, car, Indy

Good Memoirs to Read

Started Mar 24, 2014 0 Replies

Hey all, I am looking for an ebook format of great memoirs. I would love to read about hunters, travelers, soldiers, etc. Anybody know any good ones that are really cheap or even free on Kindle or…Continue

Club Ties

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rockeman May 13, 2013. 1 Reply

I recently bought some club ties at a Goodwill. I was wondering if there is a website that I can look up what the colors and symbols stand for. Any ideas or help you can give me?

Fall coats/jackets

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Shelton Oct 16, 2012. 7 Replies

Hi all. I am looking for a nice looking coat or jacket that I can wear to school and work this fall.  I don't want to wear a pea coat, because I wear that in the winter and I'm not big on hoodies…Continue

 

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Vendetta replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"And it was about 500 yards away from my house too!"
Feb 24
Joshua replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"That actually sounds like a winded cool job."
Feb 24
Joshua replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"nice "
Feb 24
Vendetta replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Working at a marina as a deck hand.  I did everything from teach people how to drive boats, to building repair, rope work, building construction, dock maintenance, grounds maintenance, wood working, finish work, and event organization.I have…"
Feb 24
certified male replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"building pre fab homes in the summer.... oh yeah."
Feb 24
Carl Monster replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Yikes; sounds awful."
Feb 23
Robert Brown replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Trail builder"
Feb 23
Dean Roberts replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Marine Corps Infantry. "
Feb 23
Tony L replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Probably when I was a volunteer firefighter.  I miss it.  Now I'm a pilot for a major airline.  Not sure how "manly" the job is, but it was always my dream job and thoroughly enjoy it."
Feb 19
Regular Joe replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"What about budgie smuggling? "
Feb 19
Jack Bauer replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Eh.  I've been a lab tech in a geochemistry lab.  A talk radio call screener/ soundboard guy.  A wood carver at one of those "carve your name in wood" booths at a theme park.  A sound guy at a "record yourself…"
Feb 19
Regular Joe replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"I once had a job defending island fishermen from komodo dragons.  The experience served me well when I was transferred to the pangolin hunting division.  "
Feb 19
Mongoose replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Mentoring young men."
Feb 19
Regular Joe replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Forklift driver / warehouse guy at a family-run garden center / produce store.  I did that for many years during high school and college.  If it paid better, I would have done it for the rest of my life. Those were some of my happiest…"
Feb 19
M. replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"I'll join in with the necromancing. Volunteer firefighter (just started a couple months back, really enjoying it) EMT - Another job that leaves me satisfied most of the time. Saving lives is really manly. Jailer - definitely not a pleasant job,…"
Feb 18
Daniel replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"Wilderness guide. Maybe long haul truck driver is up there."
Feb 18

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Lord of the Rings, The Departed, Dark Knight
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At 4:08pm on November 26, 2011, Alfred J. Senibaldi said…

   At 21 years old just married with a child on the way, I got a break and got into the laborers union. 1st job was track work..pulling ties, pulling spikes, basically clearing the bed for a new track...lining up the rail,setting plates, and spiking them down. The goal was 1/4 mile a day..After that job, I went on to concrete foundations for a number of years..In my 40's I tended my 1st bricklayers. 15 years later I'm still at it.. Everyone thinks Im insane , but I love the fast pace!!   Local 22 Boston, Ma

 
 
 

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First date: success not optional but mandatory

I have a date tomorrow night with a girl I met online. While this may sound like great news and the answer to lifelong joy, I want to make sure that this leads to a second date, and that I don't make a "death move" to end all chances of seeing her again. This is the early cultivation phase of a relationship, the kind of relationship I have been praying for , that leads to romantic love, marriage and procreation.  All of my experience with the few dating I have has been unsuccessfulSo, at this…See More
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