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Met at church. I'm 26, she's 22. Several of us were going for ice cream one Sunday night and I asked if she wanted to ride with me. She was just about to say no when she say my car, a 1977 Triumph Spitfire. "OK". She decided that night that she would NEVER marry me or even go out with me again. Yeah, right I spend most of the next 3 months of my social life being tour guide and cultural interpreter (just friends) for a girl from Belarus. Locals: "Whar she...
Plain or peanut? (sorry, old joke. I know.) I've actually listened to a few of his songs and watched the VH-1 documentary on him a year or so ago. The kid is a musical Howard Stern as far as I can tell: he "crossed the line" so far back that his continued success rests souly in his ability to be as outrageous as possible. My guess is this video is the most outrageous thing he's ever done. That is, until his next video. But I'm an old fart that doesn't care...
Re: 3.5 kids Quote: Originally Posted by Head Creep Just out of curiosity, how did you have half a kid? My wife is a stay-at-home mom, so she is day-care for my sister-in-law's daughter. My joke when people ask "Are all these yours?" is "These three are mine, and on this one I have an option to buy." Since she is with us 12 hours a day on average, I figure shes .5 Now if only I could make that claim on my taxes! One of the things we...
...well, except for that college thing..... The big money drains are eating out (even fast food) and entertainment (movies, fun parks, etc.) 3.5 kids and what I've learned so far: - Time is worth more than money to a pre-teen. - TV commercials will cost you money. - Grand parents can and will spoil the kids. Its called payback. - If they want something really bad, have them gather up all the toys they don't want anymore and have them SELL them to buy what they...
My wife keeps a book of funnies my kids say. This is the latest one: Background: My wife just had surgery on her shoulder and some friends from church called the other morning offering to bring us dinner. My wife send's my 6-year old son in to find out who called. Me: "It was Mr. Lovelace. He's bringing chicken gumbo for dinner." Dakota's report to his mother: "It was Mr. Lace. He's bringing Dumbo for dinner." (I've tried lots of dishes, but never elephant.)
Hey Pauly, My first choice is the basic $19.95 NAV subscription (without all the extras) - this is what I use on the 90+ PCs I'm responsible for. My second choice would be a combination of the free versions. Leaving the AVG running and doing a manual scan with another one from time to time. The only problem is that AVG and some of the others don't repair as well as NAV. The detect and destroy the bugs just as good, but NAV does a better job at fixing registry...
In order of preferance: -Edge Mach 3 -Bic disposable -Norelco electric -Electric Shears for that "3 days growth" look or if its time to take off the beard To all the young'ins out there: learn to shave with a) no water and b) cold water and you'll always be able to shave anywhere.
Quote: Originally Posted by GoRedwings19 I remember reading about this a few years ago. Did they ever catch the murderer I can't remember the details? Linbergh Trial: Information about the kiddnapping, murder, & trial.
Hey, is that the Grimm Reaper just behind the second guy from the right, or is that just Amar Bose? (Or maybe the ghost of Head-Fi'ers Past?)
Quote: Originally Posted by jude But, yes, tonight I admittedly missed my little boy's bedtime (but I'm usually home for a late dinner with him and to hang out with him until his bedtime, and I've also been doing breakfast and lunch with my wife and Ronan frequently). Right now, I'm going to finish watching ER with my wife. And then I have more work to do before I even think of checking out Head-Fi again. Jude, As one daddy to another, thank...
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