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Old 06-08-2005, 04:24 PM   #51
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Yeah it sucks, I'm sure I've had some pretty cool ass dreams and I just can't seem to remember them.

I also dont think about sex much when I'm at work, trying to cut down a tree while thinking about sex just seems like a disaster waiting to happen for me.
Yeah, that's probably just good thinking on your part....or good not thinking, as the case may be.
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Old 06-08-2005, 04:25 PM   #52
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Of Rusty ahead of Gordon in the points standing. Oh I forgot thats not a dream its reality.
That's ok, sweetie. I can think about the stat that counts more.

4>1

Oh and Jeff is 15 years younger too.
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Old 06-08-2005, 04:27 PM   #53
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Yeah, that's probably just good thinking on your part....or good not thinking, as the case may be.
Plus I work with all guys, so yeah, good thinking/not thinking on my part
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Old 06-08-2005, 04:32 PM   #54
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Oh for crying out loud. Let's try to stereotype as much as possible. Towards the negative, too, please.

At three, girls typically have better developed communication skills compared to three year old boys, they are more verbal. Boys tend to be more physical. Children want to find a way to get what they want. If a certain tactic meets with success, they will repeat it. If children are allowed to get what they want through means of manipulation or aggression, it is a learned behavior allowed and/or encouraged by adults.
Can somebody please pull her hair and push her down in the sandbox?
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Old 06-08-2005, 04:47 PM   #55
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That's ok, sweetie. I can think about the stat that counts more.

4>1

Oh and Jeff is 15 years younger too.
Well you know what..........um.... ok never mind. Gordon has just about every stat advantage. But I'm in 3rd in the fantasy league, where are you....not 1st Harvick lover (Wisconsin Homer) is.
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Old 06-08-2005, 04:50 PM   #56
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Well you know what..........um.... ok never mind. Gordon has just about every stat advantage. But I'm in 3rd in the fantasy league, where are you....not 1st Harvick lover (Wisconsin Homer) is.
I know. It just burns my butt to see that moron in 1st. I'm in 7th I think. Normally solid drivers at their normally solid tracks have screwed me completely in the last month. Grrr.
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Old 06-08-2005, 05:33 PM   #57
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Hmmmm, I don't recall saying that, maybe you should look into why it's being said to you. A "little" complex?
That's worse...that means you're doing it and you don't even know. But trust me....you do it. Techincally everybody does it...but women do it the most.

Typical response from you though.
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Old 06-08-2005, 08:19 PM   #58
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Is that how that works? I always thought my girls usually got what they wanted because they were so darn cute in those days. Advanced vocabulary skills never even entered my mind
Ah Beerslug, you prove my point exactly. The first person little girls find out love having them do whatever it takes to get what they want is Daddy. That's the first guy who finds being manipulated as something absolutely adorable. It's like the ultimate revenge for the poor sucker who ends up dating them. They won't stand a chance....

Hahahahhahahahaha.
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Ah Beerslug, you prove my point exactly. The first person little girls find out love having them do whatever it takes to get what they want is Daddy. That's the first guy who finds being manipulated as something absolutely adorable. It's like the ultimate revenge for the poor sucker who ends up dating them. They won't stand a chance....

Hahahahhahahahaha.
That's funny...typical woman....blaming it on other men.
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Old 06-08-2005, 10:28 PM   #60
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Ah Beerslug, you prove my point exactly. The first person little girls find out love having them do whatever it takes to get what they want is Daddy. That's the first guy who finds being manipulated as something absolutely adorable. It's like the ultimate revenge for the poor sucker who ends up dating them. They won't stand a chance....

Hahahahhahahahaha.
I hope my daughter dates boyfriends just like her Daddy. He is a pretty good guy.
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Old 06-08-2005, 10:59 PM   #61
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I hope my daughter dates boyfriends just like her Daddy. He is a pretty good guy.

That was exactly what I was thinking about my daughters. Their dad is a gem.
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Old 06-09-2005, 07:02 AM   #62
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Oh for crying out loud. Let's try to stereotype as much as possible. Towards the negative, too, please.

At three, girls typically have better developed communication skills compared to three year old boys, they are more verbal. Boys tend to be more physical. Children want to find a way to get what they want. If a certain tactic meets with success, they will repeat it. If children are allowed to get what they want through means of manipulation or aggression, it is a learned behavior allowed and/or encouraged by adults.

You basically said the same thing using different words. I didn't think my post was any more negative towards girls or boys.
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Old 06-09-2005, 07:14 AM   #63
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Is that how that works? I always thought my girls usually got what they wanted because they were so darn cute in those days. Advanced vocabulary skills never even entered my mind
Ah, but non-verbal communication. They have to know when to look cute.
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Old 06-09-2005, 07:34 PM   #64
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And that's when they break out the liquor with stuff like full grown snakes and large frogs in the bottle. What do you do? Insult them and not drink the crazy weird liquor and have a smile with them? Or swallow your pride, and tell yourself that it'll put hair on your chest?
Next time, ask for a double.
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Wouldn't want to be compared to raiderfans.net, now would ya?


Didn't think so.
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Old 06-11-2005, 01:38 AM   #66
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Next time, ask for a double.


I didn't ask, but I got one anyway... A double of the frog, and a double of the snake.
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Old 06-11-2005, 04:13 PM   #67
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I didn't ask, but I got one anyway... A double of the frog, and a double of the snake.
So does the alcohol kill any potential bacterium, like salmonella? I was just telling my husband that reptiles can carry salmonella, and he was laughing at me. Then I got my issue of Parents in the mail yesterday and lo and behold, right there it said the very same thing. Ha.

I'm assuming this stuff can probably put hair on your chest with a sip, so it's safe, huh.....from the salmonella that is.
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Old 06-11-2005, 04:25 PM   #68
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So does the alcohol kill any potential bacterium, like salmonella? I was just telling my husband that reptiles can carry salmonella, and he was laughing at me. Then I got my issue of Parents in the mail yesterday and lo and behold, right there it said the very same thing. Ha.

I'm assuming this stuff can probably put hair on your chest with a sip, so it's safe, huh.....from the salmonella that is.
I think that's somewhat limited, though. I believe certain iguanas carry the salmonella virus in their eyes.

Someone call Chad Brown.
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Well, I didn't die, and neither did they... So I'm guessing that the alchohol effectively embalms and preserves them...

Lovely.
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Old 06-11-2005, 06:41 PM   #70
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I think that's somewhat limited, though. I believe certain iguanas carry the salmonella virus in their eyes.

Someone call Chad Brown.

I was using it as a scare tactic on my kids. I know turtles are infamous for carrying it, which was what they were trying to get me to let them go catch.
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I was using it as a scare tactic on my kids. I know turtles are infamous for carrying it, which was what they were trying to get me to let them go catch.
I caught lizards and turtles non stop from the ages of 5-12 and I never had a stomach ache.
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I did the very same thing. I loved salamanders and frogs, but you see, I knew where this was leading. They would want one for a pet or something and I would end up taking care of it, and then the novelty would wear off and we'd be stuck with some stupid turtle.

I had selfish motives, I promise.
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Old 06-11-2005, 07:50 PM   #73
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I caught lizards and turtles non stop from the ages of 5-12 and I never had a stomach ache.
Yep, never got anything from all the critters I caught. Lizards, turtles, sparrow hawks, magpies, snakes, rabbits, pigeons, on and on. Only had one rule, I couldn't bring them in the house so I built cages and raised and kept them by the garage.
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Anf for me personally, I never remember my dreams.
You don't remember your dreams because you probably don't wake up while you're having one, or during REM. You must sleep well.
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Now what was this thread about?
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