Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.
Good, you saw what I did there.
well, short of that you could always find an impromptu meat up in the airport bathroom.
glad you are having a nice time.
Congrats HS on the pup.
Ed, did you really get a house?
Got one lined up that I want to snag. BTW... average sale price for the neighborhood both me and the house are at... 200k.
Was it one of the two you showed me Ed?
thats a great price for even a decent house, let alone a good one. wow. i wish the market here was like that. best of luck.
Congrats to the bros with new babies and dogs.
No experience with babies, but the dog will drive you insane for the first two months as you get used to him/her and he/she gets used to a routine and begins to understand training. Black lab, huh? Hope you have a good throwing arm. Playing fetch with dogs, however, is one of the most mindless, yet rewarding, ways I spend my time.
Last night the missus and I went to the Brite Winter Festival. My wife volunteered for the setup earlier in the day and in return she received a bunch of free drink tickets. So we spent the evening hopping from bar to bar listening to different bands and drinking beer. We had a great time and afterwards I slept for 11 hrs.
Tomorrow I've got a trip to The Schvitz planned. Hot steam, steak dinner, massage, and booze. All while wrapped in a towel. Sounds sort of strange, I know, but it's a great way to unwind before heading back to the office.
Seriously Ed? I'm going to delete your fucking number already.
Got so much work done so far today its ridiculous. Still not where I need to be for the week, but I'm owning this so bad I should be good through next friday by midnight, and then I can make the venison chili tomorrow night!
The reebok commercial with ochocinco (pretty sure it's him) and the crossfit chick makes me happy. I'd love to penor her.
Was fb convo
Listed a crapload of stuff on ebay. Hopefully it makes some money. If not, at least it makes some room.
That's one of the things I don't like about clothing as a hobby, it trying to recoup anything for the risks/challenges that just don't work out for on reason or another.
yeah... I view it as money in the bank cause I get everything used. Its more like trading penny stocks than trading in a car you bought new. I'll probably get about what I paid for it unless its particularly trendy. Right now everything's gotta go except a bit of stuff in the 34/40 waist and chest, in case I bulk up a bit.
I'm gonna miss my green pendleton though...One of my all time favorite casual work shirts...
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