Paul Sims
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Rick Shelton replied to Paul Sims's discussion How do I save my new family..
"Ok, we're done.  You asked for advice, you didn't like the advice you got so now you're getting bitchy.  Sorry we didn't give you the justification you wanted.  I don't think many men or women on this board…"
Feb 12, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Paul Sims's discussion How do I save my new family..
"<p>"proving that I would leave my almost finished career.."</p> <p>You've 'almost' finished your training, your career isn't finished until you switch fields or retire.  So you didn't finish…"
Feb 12, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to Paul Sims's discussion How do I save my new family..
"You're here complaining about everything you claim proves your worth.  And, wanting permission to take it all back.  Doesn't sound like "proof" to me. JB"
Feb 12, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Paul Sims's discussion How do I save my new family..
"tl;dr = Too long; didn't read."
Feb 12, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Paul Sims's discussion How do I save my new family..
"I don't know, I think this guy is a straight shooter with upper management written all over him"
Feb 12, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to Paul Sims's discussion How do I save my new family..
"Seems everybody everywhere is an asshole.  Everybody here that's telling you to man-up.  All your bosses on every job you've ever had.  Your ex girlfriend who won't obediently follow your broke ass to the ends of…"
Feb 12, 2013
Penelope replied to Paul Sims's discussion How do I save my new family..
""4 months after my daughter was born i quit the railroad after my boss told me to go fuck myself(he constantly was in my business and told me i was never going to make it here or with my girlfriend )" Bosses don't get "in your…"
Feb 12, 2013
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Feb 8, 2013

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Interests
permaculture, cooking, food, fishing , surfing...
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Be here now, lord of the ring trilogy..
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bruce lee

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Runners

For all men who enjoy the manly exercise of running.
21 minutes ago
Robert M Giannamore replied to Jonathan Bjerre Guld Jørgensen's discussion A scent that smells like Leather, tobacco, wood and welding flame?
"I favor Irish Spring bar soap, Taylor of Bond Street shaving soap and occasionally Old Spice for cologne and other times Aqua Velva for aftershave.  I am a bald guy and I have a lot of shaved surface for the Aqua.  In the winter, I use a…"
24 minutes ago
Tim replied to Stein's discussion Essential shirtless experiences growing up. in the group The Shirtless Man
"Yup..I enjoy running shirtless on warm days as well. Apart from staying comfortable, running shirtless reduces the laundry load and eliminates nipple chafing problems, which I sometimes get on longer runs when wearing a shirt. I get very sweaty…"
27 minutes ago
Sean O' replied to Jack Bauer's discussion "Don't follow your passion" -- Mike Rowe
"Just about every off-ramp on I-5 has someone holding a sign asking for money.Plus the ones in the city. Several I talked to were "breaking into music" or moved there because the welfare benefits were better than where they were originally…"
33 minutes ago
Robert M Giannamore posted a discussion

Beards

So I grew a pretty nice beard last winter, did not shave the face (did shave the neck) from September to March. It was fairly gnarly by March.  Looking for some good direction on opinions.  Style a beard yourself or pay the $5.00 and have a barber do it?  If you style it yourself, where did you learn and what do you use.  I am a bald guy, short, athletic build.  Just want to look nice with a bald head and beard, I know it can be done.  Look forward to your thoughts.  I have attached a picture…See More
37 minutes ago
George Henry Robbins III commented on Bruce Uall's group The Shirtless Man
"Always shirtless at home and stretch and flex frequently when moving around."
1 hour ago
Joshua Cawthorn replied to Joshua Cawthorn's discussion Chess Openings in the group Chess
"I use the Ruy Lopez probably more often than not because almost everyone responds with 2. e5. Then I usually bring my knight to f3 and it just sort of goes from there!"
1 hour ago
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Jack Bauer's discussion "Don't follow your passion" -- Mike Rowe
"I think that's the biggest reason people stick with it even though they hate it. I only took issue when the idea that any functional human can do the job". I have no issue with calling it an unskilled job, just with the idea that anyone…"
1 hour ago

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