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Quote: Originally Posted by drizzt3117 It's not that hard. Encourage him to instigate something (a push, shove, punch, etc...) then finish it. Thats not even necessary. If you know you want to provoke him, go up to him smoking a cigarette. When the time is right, flick it, HARD in his face (which can be accomplished with good aim from a fair distance away). Then get ready He'll come charging at you before you know it!! It's easy to deny...
TC, Everyone is entitled to their own opinion but it is easy to give advice when you are not an older brother protecting your sister. Years back, my sister was running around with a real dirtbag who was many years her senior. The relationship was a huge strain on my parents ( and the entire family for that matter) and I couldnt bear seeing them endure so much pain after raising all of us so well and having to suffer at the hand of my sisters stupid decisions. One...
I liked Tom's final pieces for Gucci and have several of his blazers. The fit is great; very flattering IMO and I kind of like the wider lapels. I don't know the name of the new chick designer at Gucci but their most recent collection is laughable. Anyone see the 4-button suits they're putting out? Something about a woman designing menswear that never works out. Anyway MrR
Before clothing, devising and testing strategies for playing online and live roulette was a huge hobby/obsession of mine. About 2 years ago I stumbled on a strategy that worked very well in testing but statistical analysis showed that it crashed and burned when played over 1,000,000 spins of the wheel. I took a shot and spent maybe 1-2 hrs daily playing at an online casino. From a 100$ deposit I eventually cashed out 10K+ over the course of 3 months before I got an email...
I was in Florence last week and while walking the city inthe early AM hours saw what appeared to be 4 american college students carrying a smartcar down the street ( I suppose to comfuse the owner) pretty funny I thought MrR
Quote: Originally Posted by Roger I don't get these comments. Is it reasonable to criticize Tommy because he--unlike some others--is pleased enough with his purchases that he considers them worth the wait? So, maybe they wouldn't have been worth the wait for you guys, but that doesn't mean that Tommy should necessarily feel the same way, does it? I too have occasionally purchased something that resulted in a ton of unexpected hassles of one kind or...
I was in your situation this time last year, considering buying a used z3. After I test drove both the z3 and a new z4, the decision had been made. I now have just under 7k miles on a new z4 3.0 and really love the car. The payments are decent and any service issues are covered 100%. Steer clear of the z3, for a little bit more $$$ you are getting so much more car. MrR
Im out for a weeks vaca tomorrow but keep at it. Another important thing is that you cannot send something in with words spelled incorrectly (case in point "cosmopolitan") Give your final few drafts to someone else to look over for spelling errors MrR
He is right though; you are using "big" words incorrectly in your essay. Perhaps simplifying your language might help you out a bit MrR
Quote: Originally Posted by Connemara Why does it seem to me that Chuck has abandoned his business? Why is some employee (no offense to you, Audrey) apologizing for the company's incompetence? For fuck's sake, the company is named after Chuck. Grow some balls and fix your customer's screwed up orders man. Could it be that Connie and I are seeing eye to eye!!! I can't believe that someone whose livelihood depended on his business...
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