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Imperial Vs Metric

Started this discussion. Last reply by terry sperling Oct 12, 2013. 39 Replies


Bucks Party

Started this discussion. Last reply by Neill Aug 25, 2013. 2 Replies

Howdy,Just looking for suggestions for a bucks party. Im the best man for a mate of mine and im running out of ideas.Originally 6-8 months ago the party was to be. Clay target shooting, BBQ,…Continue

Friendships that fade

Started this discussion. Last reply by J. D. Jul 7, 2013. 7 Replies

I seem to continuously be reminded of friends that I used to have through various means. It for some reason, jealousy probably, annoys the crap out of me that they are happy and living their lives.…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl Monster Sep 13, 2012. 20 Replies

Today is R U OK day in Australia.This is where you ask people around you if they are OK. about depression and suicide prevention .So im…Continue


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Native Son replied to Neill's discussion Imperial Vs Metric
"But is it called a "2x4"?  While the actual metric measurements do work out to almost exactly the actual size of said 2x4 (1-3/4" x 3-1/2"), what do you call the stick?  "
Oct 11, 2013
Dino Silone replied to Neill's discussion Imperial Vs Metric
""the 4x6 sheet becomes 1200x2400" It really changes its shape?"
Oct 11, 2013
Brian Splash replied to Neill's discussion Imperial Vs Metric
"I should have mentioned that this is the boys at American Chopper trying to work out a motor placement using imperial ."
Oct 11, 2013
Brian Splash replied to Neill's discussion Imperial Vs Metric
"Well a 2x4 here is 45x90 and the 4x6 sheet becomes 1200x2400 ."
Oct 11, 2013
Neill replied to RM's discussion One of the guys
"If you have anxiety speak to some one and work through it. Maybe you have unrealistic expectations of how you should perform. Im far from athletic but i can kick a ball. no where near as far as some people but i can. I dont worry about it. i know…"
Sep 30, 2013
Native Son replied to Neill's discussion Imperial Vs Metric
"Rounding is always your friend.  You just need to be consistent. And somehow, I just don't think that a margin error of .04 cm on a student paper is going to cause the downfall of American civilization.  "
Sep 28, 2013
Buffalo Bill replied to Neill's discussion Imperial Vs Metric
"This is certainly an example of us Americans being...well, American.  The only time I've ever had to deal with the metric system was when I had to tell some of my foreign exchange students from Saudi Arabia that their papers had to have…"
Sep 28, 2013
Selleck replied to Neill's discussion Imperial Vs Metric
"Personally, I believe the metric system is far more easy to comprehend. "
Sep 28, 2013
Native Son replied to Neill's discussion Imperial Vs Metric
"Apparently nobody, even dating back to Al Gore's appointment to rationalize Federal Government "paperwork" has heard of ISO 8601, which would make things simpler...OTOH, you'd have to deal with attorneys and cranks who'd…"
Sep 28, 2013
Native Son replied to Neill's discussion Imperial Vs Metric
"Um.  I recently looked up some building supplies on a well-known chain (company color orange, mascot named "Homer") website.  I know Canada is metric, so how come the plywood and drywall was sized 4 foot by 8 foot in the…"
Sep 28, 2013

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Posted on April 3, 2012 at 5:02pm 8 Comments

A question to the gents out there,

Do you ever get frustrated\irritated and annoyed, while not sure why? It has happened to me lots in the last few weeks. Just annoyed and no reason why. I have a great job, great girlfriend and awesome friends.

The worst thing about it is no matter how nice people start being it only serves to make me more irritated.

It will eventually become better and i go back to my happy self.

Normally when I'm burnt out i waste time on the…


First Blog...

Posted on February 27, 2012 at 12:34am 0 Comments

Have you ever wondered if the Blue I see is the same blue you see?  That maybe the blue you see is actually the red I see but we both know the color to be blue?


I wonder what gets people through their hard times. Is it just the motivation to get to a better place or trying to quickly remove them from embarrassment? More than likely it’s something else.

The last year was and still is very hard. I keep getting brought down, especially financially from things that…


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Poem I wrote the night before I overdosed in 2010. No title, just talks about heartbreak, suicide, and sadness.

Oh fair maidenDo you sing to the sea like I cry to the moonWith a heart of sorrow and tales of blueTears streaming like banners beneath a midnight skyAching pains which never die?Do you stare with eyes red like your flushed cheeksDo you whisper her name like I choke on yours for weeksDo you taste the thousand regrets and lies on your tongueLike whiskey burning with the fury of the sun? Does time fly past you like little birdsDoes nothing ever sparkle, even the prettiest of wordsDo you scratch…See More
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