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Obviously you've never seen mine.
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Today I am rocking a pink and gold Charvet tie and also a shirt with pink stripes and John Lobb Beckett of shoe, to where I feel like the proverbial cock of the walk.

You must be the "Big Swingin' Dick" of the campus
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Professorship. You're doing it wrong.

Pretty sure he's doing it right. Like me if I slept with a client Lin'csy would face job loss and possible incarceration.

Rule #1. Ain't no ass worth going to jail for.

 

Maybe this applies at some state schools, but I doubt it. Most schools turn a blind eye to student-professor 'fraternization.''

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Pretty sure he's doing it right. Like me if I slept with a client Lin'csy would face job loss and possible incarceration.

Rule #1. Ain't no ass worth going to jail for.

 

Jail? He's a professor not a high school teacher...

post #42170 of 46998
All she has to do is claim he coerced her into sex with threats of failing her. The feminists consider that rape and if you get the wrong prosecutor who wants to make a name for herself...
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All she has to do is claim he coerced her into sex with threats of failing her. The feminists consider that rape and if you get the wrong prosecutor who wants to make a name for herself...

All he has to do is coerce a tape recorder into recording
post #42172 of 46998

Starting my first full time job on Monday :) Extremely excited to finally have an excuse to get out of the house and working, too - especially after a grueling 10 months of unemployment prior to graduating college.

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Starting my first full time job on Monday smile.gif Extremely excited to finally have an excuse to get out of the house and working, too - especially after a grueling 10 months of unemployment prior to graduating college.

Get ready to suck a lot of dicks
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...I just pretend that they meant they would study and do all the readings.

It's good that you recognize thinking students will study and do all the readings is just creative make believing.

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I understand what it be, no two ways.
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I own this.

Hank Jr was one of the first records I bought and the second concert I went too.

Not the first, but imagine Marshall Tucker, CDB, and Hank Jr in one show. Redneck heaven.
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Hank Jr was one of the first records I bought and the second concert I went too.

Not the first, but imagine Marshall Tucker, CDB, and Hank Jr in one show. Redneck heaven.

Whoa. I once went to a similar one. It was Travis Tritt, CDB, and Hank Jr.

How was Marshall Tucker? They're playing here this weekend, and I'm a little tempted to try to go.

Also, how was Hank Jr.? He was a huge letdown when I saw him. He spent way too much time talking about himself and way too little performing well. Travis Tritt really stole that show. CDB was good, too, but I'd seen him before, and you kind of know what you're going to get with him, anyway. The biggest downer about CDB was the way he changes all the bad words and stuff now that he's found Jesus ("Long Haired Country Boy" just isn't the same when he replaces stoned, drunk, and toke with up, down, and joke. The "son of a gun" in "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" is even more galling).
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Whoa. I once went to a similar one. It was Travis Tritt, CDB, and Hank Jr.

How was Marshall Tucker? They're playing here this weekend, and I'm a little tempted to try to go.

Also, how was Hank Jr.? He was a huge letdown when I saw him. He spent way too much time talking about himself and way too little performing well. Travis Tritt really stole that show. CDB was good, too, but I'd seen him before, and you kind of know what you're going to get with him, anyway. The biggest downer about CDB was the way he changes all the bad words and stuff now that he's found Jesus ("Long Haired Country Boy" just isn't the same when he replaces stoned, drunk, and toke with up, down, and joke. The "son of a gun" in "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" is even more galling).

I am pretty sure my first real non-county fair concert was Tritt opening for Yearwood.

It's been prolly 20 years or more. God I am old. Marshall Tucker was not any big deal. It was cool to say I seen them... but I wouldn't go out of the way to see them.

I think the show I was referring to was before Charlie found religion. I will say, I know Charlie got religion, but for a guy his age he still give it his all. That is what I really love about his shows. I don't walk out thinking it was just going through the motions. He played our county fair once and I got to spend time with him. He was such a genuine guy. Would still see him today.

Hank... I saw him about 10 times... all before Clinton's second term. He wasn't political and for some of them he was wasted--- which he sung the hell out of shit. He hadn't turned overtly political, which I think is his issue now.


Also, the SO just got back from Bentonville.... AND I GOT A BOX OF MOONPIES!!!!! HELL YEAH!!!!
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Female coworker told me I had a beautiful smile. It was nice. It made my day.
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Are you on your way home from hitting it right now?
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