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Our bike room is in a building a block from my office, and accessing the shower requires that I find security and get them to let me in.

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I finally found a church that I like; I'll join it on Thursday... the priest is pretty amazing. I met the dude at a party once, very nice / reflective individual. By far the most beautiful, traditional Catholic church I've been to in this city; seemed like a very diverse group of people as well...

May sound dorky, but whatever.
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I closed a 2M deal today for next year. Clients even thought my token increase made sense and thanked me for giving them the proposal so early. I made very colourful slides to introduce it. Last year I was begging on my knees for less. And no one needs to get fired.
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^^^Good work!
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good work ff!
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welldunsun
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He shots, he scores!

Nice work!
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Great job.
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Whew! Time to exhale.
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whew!
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Acid, so good to hear there's no worries there.
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that is the news of the day!! so happy to hear it, acidbro.
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E - congrats on the good news!
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+1 to both of these!
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Excellent news!!!!

thanks, gentlemen. really appreciate it. these are one of the very few times that it really truly sucks to be a parent- that feeling, while you're looking at your smiling kid and playing with her, that she may have some disease or condition. so so so glad this is over.
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I finally found a church that I like; I'll join it on Thursday... the priest is pretty amazing. I met the dude at a party once, very nice / reflective individual. By far the most beautiful, traditional Catholic church I've been to in this city; seemed like a very diverse group of people as well...
May sound dorky, but whatever.

good for you.
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I closed a 2M deal today for next year. Clients even thought my token increase made sense and thanked me for giving them the proposal so early. I made very colourful slides to introduce it. Last year I was begging on my knees for less. And no one needs to get fired.

merry christmas!!!!!
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thanks, gentlemen. really appreciate it. these are one of the very few times that it really truly sucks to be a parent- that feeling, while you're looking at your smiling kid and playing with her, that she may have some disease or condition. so so so glad this is over

really glad to hear it.
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I finally found a church that I like; I'll join it on Thursday... the priest is pretty amazing. I met the dude at a party once, very nice / reflective individual. By far the most beautiful, traditional Catholic church I've been to in this city; seemed like a very diverse group of people as well...
May sound dorky, but whatever.

Im kind of done with looking for churches. While I do have faith, I feel that people like myself would get a lot more out of some sort of organized religion if each week was more of a discussion, rather than droning rituals. I think religion would be so much more interesting as kind of a "book club" format. It may sound stupid to some, but I think others might become more interested in all kinds of theology that way.
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Im kind of done with looking for churches. While I do have faith, I feel that people like myself would get a lot more out of some sort of organized religion if each week was more of a discussion, rather than droning rituals. I think religion would be so much more interesting as kind of a "book club" format. It may sound stupid to some, but I think others might become more interested in all kinds of theology that way.

I feel like you towards traditional church going...

I did enjoy the social part of it and the social activities more than the rituals..
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overslept this morning by accident, and boy did i need it.
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I finally found a church that I like; I'll join it on Thursday... the priest is pretty amazing. I met the dude at a party once, very nice / reflective individual. By far the most beautiful, traditional Catholic church I've been to in this city; seemed like a very diverse group of people as well...
May sound dorky, but whatever.

Im kind of done with looking for churches. While I do have faith, I feel that people like myself would get a lot more out of some sort of organized religion if each week was more of a discussion, rather than droning rituals. I think religion would be so much more interesting as kind of a "book club" format. It may sound stupid to some, but I think others might become more interested in all kinds of theology that way.

Most churches have bible study groups or Friday night fellowships or both
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Most churches have bible study groups or Friday night fellowships or both

I have to say, I got more insight out of a season's worth of bible study than I did from decades of church-going. Whether that comes from the nature of the message, the speakers giving the message, or my approach to listening I cannot say.
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