Paul Sims
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  • Wilburton, OK
  • United States
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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...
Books
Be here now, lord of the ring trilogy..
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bruce lee

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Justin replied to Chu Kim's discussion How to Become Godlike
"I really like that. Thanks for the share!"
1 hour ago
Carl Monster replied to Mike Verbickas's discussion Upward Mobility
"I work with someone who lives in Allentown. Father in law is a developer there. Lots of stuff happening downtown; sports teams moving in, new restaurants and clubs. Outskirts are becoming a major transit hub for shipping for rail and truck freight…"
5 hours ago
Mike Verbickas replied to Mike Verbickas's discussion Upward Mobility
"So Allentown/Bethlehem is ideal? Color me interested. It puts me in shouting distance of major metro cities, too. There's a girl in Florida. The only thing keeping her there is visitation with her kids."
5 hours ago
Jack Bauer replied to Mike Verbickas's discussion Upward Mobility
"It's difficult to get the idea through my head of being commuting distance from more than one major city.  We don't put cities that close together around here. JB"
5 hours ago
M. replied to certified male's discussion Suffering Fools and Idiots
"I try to show due respect to all people. Due being the key word. Usually, I can find something I respect about another person, no matter how bad or foolish the behaviors they are known for. You can't expect a bird to swim or a fish to fly.…"
6 hours ago
Carl Monster replied to Mike Verbickas's discussion Upward Mobility
"Those times must be off-peak. During rush hour you can easily wait a half hour to 45 minutes at a tunnel or bridge crossing."
6 hours ago
Carl Monster replied to Mike Verbickas's discussion Upward Mobility
"He is within commuting distance of the Poconos, who's southern end is getting growth from the far-off NYC metropolitan area. An hour and a half move gets him to Allentown/Bethlehem corridor. We have clients there; Allentown is reviving, the…"
6 hours ago
Mike Verbickas replied to Mike Verbickas's discussion Upward Mobility
"Two hours away: New York City, Philadelphia Five hours away: Washington, DC., Boston. My neighbor is a contractor who routinely commutes to New York City for work.  Since I was jobless since February, I fell behind on my rent. Trying to work…"
6 hours ago

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