Ryan James
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  • Waymart, PA
  • United States
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Preamble ramble

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Aug 16. 9 Replies

Hello to all of you, thought I'd do the deed and follow the rules with an introduction. My name is Ryan, I'm 42 and live in a small town in Northern Pennsylvania. I'm a machinist by trade, and a…Continue

 

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Ryan James commented on Brian Burnham's group Remembering Dad
"Coming up on the 6 month mark / half a year since my father's passing. In ways it seems like there has been some peace with things, in other ways it's still like day 1. I know this is completely individual for all men, some of us share…"
Sep 12
Ryan James replied to O'Neal's discussion I Have a Touchy Co-Worker...
"That's freakin' hilarious!  "
Sep 9
Ryan James replied to charles's discussion hello
"Welcome aboard Charles."
Aug 25
Ryan James replied to East London Gent's discussion Girlfriends lies and temper
"So your problem fixed itself...the inevitable always comes around eventually. See, and it happened just as we knew it would...you couldn't take hearing whatever BS lie she was telling you at the time without calling her out, and there it is.…"
Aug 21
John replied to Ryan James's discussion Preamble ramble
"glad you joined Ryan..."
Aug 16
Ryan James replied to Regular Joe's discussion Cool Things To See / Do In And Around Portland, Maine
"I was in Bar Harbor, not really too far away from Portland, most definitely worth the experience if you've got the time. Lobster, calms and micro brew...there are two great ones around that area, Maine Coast Brewing Co, and Lompoc brewing Co.…"
Aug 5
Ryan James replied to Ryan James's discussion Foreclosure of a dream in the group Remembering Dad
"Thank you Don, for your words and your encouragement.  It's going to be a long haul, I know and I'm just going with it day by day and being there for my mom. Not a single moment of any day passes without feeling like I'm lost…"
Aug 4
Don Dixon replied to Ryan James's discussion Foreclosure of a dream in the group Remembering Dad
"So sorry for your loss, Ryan. I lost my Dad in Feb 2012. The first year was horrible. The 2nd year was still rough. Then, it eased up a bit. i still have my bad days, ups and downs. I can't say that it gets any better or easier, I am just able…"
Aug 3
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Concealed Carry Club

Every gentleman should be able to adequately protect himself and his family from ruffians’ intent on doing harm. This group welcomes anyone who takes pride in their second amendment right to keep and bear arms in a legally concealed manner.
Aug 1
Ryan James replied to Simon O'Brien's discussion Hello Gentlemen
"Hello Simon, welcome to AoM."
Aug 1
Ryan James replied to East London Gent's discussion Girlfriends lies and temper
"First, the lies. More times than I can count :  NFG. Trust and honesty are 2 must haves, you can't look at her and wonder what is real and what is not. You're already affected by this, If you can't lay your tool out and trust her…"
Jul 30
Ryan James replied to Luke Brown's discussion Good Morning Gentlemen
"I'm impressed, that's a great thing you did on the Pine Ridge Res. Be proud brother. As for the WalMart reference, naw..I got you...I am quite jealous indeed. ;-)"
Jul 29
Ryan James replied to Luke Brown's discussion Good Morning Gentlemen
"Wales...just recently traced my father's side geneaology to Cowbridge. Amazing what you can find from the beginning.  "
Jul 29
Ryan James replied to Luke Brown's discussion Good Morning Gentlemen
"Welcome Luke. I've always wanted to visit the land of the Sioux, maybe someday..."
Jul 29
Ryan James left a comment for Herb Munson
"Thanks Herb, looking forward to diving in to the Great Debate! "
Jul 28
Herb Munson left a comment for Ryan James
"Welcome to The Great Debate, Ryan. Great to have you with us!"
Jul 26

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Interests
Outdoors, fishing, gardening, muscle cars, hunting and most of all..being a Dad
Books
Hunt for Red October, The Old Man and the Sea, Death In The Long Grass
Movies
Dances With Wolves, Star Wars, Pulp Fiction, Last of the Mohicans
Music
Guns n Roses, Eagles, AC/DC, Tom Petty, Ozzy, Sabbath, so many...
Quote
Know many, trust few...but always paddle your own canoe.

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At 3:58pm on July 26, 2014, Herb Munson said…

Welcome to The Great Debate, Ryan. Great to have you with us!

 
 
 

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