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That's a possibility. I'll be in touch when I know for certain what my schedule will be like.
Nice! That would be badass. We were talking about trying to get out to do something unique as a date night while we were there, especially since my mom will be around to watch LowerCaseG, and that would definitely qualify.

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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post

Cool. Let me talk to my friend and we'll schedule something.

Hey gents, count me in. I'm around that night, would be good to catch dinner out and about.
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Okay, I'm not a man of snap judgments, but neither am I a man who's gonna let false judgments persist in the public sphere (shrinking violet). Some of y'all have got poor taste in '90s rock/country rock women. Yes, that includes all of you who piped up about Shirley Manson.
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this might make me a bastard, or it might be perfectly normal shadenfruend - I have two ex-girlfriends who are my facebook friends. in general, I wish them well in life, we ended on good terms, although in both cases I probably would have wanted to continue the relationship longer then they did.

anyway, I really enjoy seeing what losers their husbands are, and how ugly and stupid their kids are, on facebook. sorry, I know that is petty of me, but espectially the one that told me that she really wanted a husband who could give her good looking kids and she didn't think I had it in me, I love looking at pictures of her ugly kids.
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Wild local salmon are being caught within sight of my front door
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

anyway, I really enjoy seeing what losers their husbands are, and how ugly and stupid their kids are, on facebook. sorry, I know that is petty of me, but espectially the one that told me that she really wanted a husband who could give her good looking kids and she didn't think I had it in me, I love looking at pictures of her ugly kids.
jeez, anyone who would say something that mean and bitchy to your face deserves at least a "how now, motherfucker" poast on one of her family pics. although I suppose it's unnecessarily cruel to the kids
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Had an enjoyable evening yesterday and have another one planned today.
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

this might make me a bastard, or it might be perfectly normal shadenfruend - I have two ex-girlfriends who are my facebook friends. in general, I wish them well in life, we ended on good terms, although in both cases I probably would have wanted to continue the relationship longer then they did.

anyway, I really enjoy seeing what losers their husbands are, and how ugly and stupid their kids are, on facebook. sorry, I know that is petty of me, but espectially the one that told me that she really wanted a husband who could give her good looking kids and she didn't think I had it in me, I love looking at pictures of her ugly kids.

On the one hand, that was really an awful thing your ex-gf said to you. But on the other hand, from my outsider's perspective at least, you have hit the jackpot in life. You're living a life that the vast, vast majority of people could only dream of. I can't believe you need to rejoice in the ugliness and stupidity of other people's children.
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On the one hand, that was really an awful thing your ex-gf said to you. But on the other hand, from my outsider's perspective at least, you have hit the jackpot in life. You're living a life that the vast, vast majority of people could only dream of. I can't believe you need to rejoice in the ugliness and stupidity of other people's children.

well, yes, its not that I dance around and think about it. its just when they post on facebook and I think, "yeah, that is pretty sub-par"

and, ok, I'm not proud of it, but I guess nobody is proud of schadenfruende.
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

this might make me a bastard, or it might be perfectly normal shadenfruend - I have two ex-girlfriends who are my facebook friends. in general, I wish them well in life, we ended on good terms, although in both cases I probably would have wanted to continue the relationship longer then they did.

anyway, I really enjoy seeing what losers their husbands are, and how ugly and stupid their kids are, on facebook. sorry, I know that is petty of me, but espectially the one that told me that she really wanted a husband who could give her good looking kids and she didn't think I had it in me, I love looking at pictures of her ugly kids.

I had an white girlfriend waaay waay back in early highschool. The family was well to do and her parents loved me. We broke up because they moved to another state. We all kept in touch though. But during the election last year both the parents and the old girl friend were very very active on my facebook page and apparently they turned into super right winged/tea party types. Personally I have nothing against that side of politics but once their posts started getting blatantly bigoted (against blacks/mexicans and the race of the president). At one point they started asking me straight out about my thoughts on "obama care" and posting loaded questions for all my other friends and family to see.

I did try to engage in some sensible debate with them - but I realized that it was bound to turn into a troll war type of thing.

I did see their whole family recently when they visited NY early this year. the parents were so aged, the old girl friend didn't age well (mid 30's but looked older and tired), and she married a not so well to do guy. Apparently the family lost a lot of money in the early 2000s. Naturally we were all very friendly to each other once face to face. I was happy to see them.

but I'm not going to lie... it was sweet knowing that my wife and I were doing a lot better than her and her husband.
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did you at least get a "for old times sake" handy?
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I would be really happy that I did not end up married to someone who considered the relative attractiveness of their offspring to be that important . Growing up with a mother who felt you weren't good looking enough would be a real drag
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Can't remember if I've already posted this, but I have discovered my new signature look. It is a navy top of some sort (long sleeved shirt, short sleeved shirt, sport coat, etc.) and pink pants or shorts. (I am reminded of this because I am wearing my new signature look today.) I am going to try to acquire enough different articles of clothing so that I can wear some version of this combination seven days a week.
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Hey gents, count me in. I'm around that night, would be good to catch dinner out and about.

Cool, I'll give you a call tomorrow morning and work it out. Should be a great time
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Iov
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

Can't remember if I've already posted this, but I have discovered my new signature look. It is a navy top of some sort (long sleeved shirt, short sleeved shirt, sport coat, etc.) and pink pants or shorts. (I am reminded of this because I am wearing my new signature look today.) I am going to try to acquire enough different articles of clothing so that I can wear some version of this combination seven days a week.[/quoiPod]

I love the idea of a signature look
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That's a possibility. I'll be in touch when I know for certain what my schedule will be like.
Nice! That would be badass. We were talking about trying to get out to do something unique as a date night while we were there, especially since my mom will be around to watch LowerCaseG, and that would definitely qualify.
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Hey gents, count me in. I'm around that night, would be good to catch dinner out and about.
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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post

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Cool, I'll give you a call tomorrow morning and work it out. Should be a great time

This would be amazing. G, FLMM, Douglas and myself. Getting together IRL. Wow. I hope this pans out!
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