Hello all,I moved to a new apartment (first time living on my own) just after graduating this May. I have found that I can fill my time easily enough without a TV but what I can not fill is the space…Continue
"How about one of those Spartan races or something of the sort since you both like to run. My buddies and I did a team triathlon, which was great too. You could train together. You could travel together, do the race, and have a lot of time in between…"
"Sounds like a difficult, 1,000+ piece puzzle for the two of you to put together would fit your criteria. Lots of time to talk, about the puzzle or anything else, eye contact is optional. If you have it on a surface that is easily moved,…"
"I always wanted to do more stuff with my dad (he passed in 2006). I know very little about him and always thought that I might come to understand him better if I was able to hang out with him in certain situations. Dad was in WWII as an…"
"What do YOU do in your living room? TV isn't the only choice. I have a TV, but even if you don't, there are lots of things you can do. Ask yourself, first, what you're intending to do in your living room. I…"
The most important thing we've learned,So far as children are concerned,Is never, NEVER, NEVER letThem near your television set --Or better still, just don't installThe idiotic thing at all.In almost every house we've…"
"My favorite set up was always two couches with a coffee table between them, it makes time with company much higher quality.
Also, a dart board is a great way to kill time/have fun with friends. I've got one I need to get around to making…"
"Is there room for a pool table? I would line the walls with bookcases and shelves to hold cool stuff (I don't hunt but I love taxidermy, lots of it; always gets a strong reaction from people).
I would not have a TV, instead I'd leave one…"
It would appear that one shall pay visit to Barcelona about October for a conference. Would aught exist able to proffer opine as to attractions about said settlement, or advice as to a sojourn thereof?See More
His Holiness, Pope Francis, has a warning sign posted outside his office door.It begins "VIETATO LAMENTARSI"In English, "WHINERS PROHIBITED."The sign ends with “To get the best out of yourself, concentrate on your potential and not on your limitations. Stop complaining and take steps to improve your life.” The same advice, in a far, far blunter form, is found in a book."Shut Up, Stop Whining, and Get A Life: A Kick Butt Approach to a Better Life."--Larry Winget, 2004See More
A place for gentlemen of all stripes who are interested in the broad field of Christian apologetics. If you are a thoughtful man interested in pursuing a more reasonable faith, or if becoming a pipe-smoking clone of C.S. Lewis is one of your greatest aspirations, then this is the place for you.See More
"I think you need to simply point out that you are having technical difficulties and would be happy to show her your account in person.
As to being a liar. Technically you are one, because of an honest mistake. It…"