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xanderiley: What's wrong with people? Man, what isn't? We're just another primate with a little funky DNA on top...and it usually just takes being unattended to burn through that. Exhibit A: Wireclub chat. The closer technology brings us to each other, the more we discover the idiots, fakes and losers are the same brand internationally as locally. We can't even pretend the grass is a less sickly shade of green anywhere else anymore. Fuckup, wash, rinse, repeat. We fuck, and we are fucked. I've basically lost faith in the species. We just can't be bothered to care. Not the big things. Not when it would change things. Forgiveness is easier than permission. Sin boldly, act now. Go, lemmings, go.
kberry: Man, some people are so nasty. If someone were to ask me some of this shit in person, I'd knock someone out.
GeraldtheGnome: I don't know the story behind it and I won't ask, I do hope that it wasn't by SMS though. It's not good, believe me, I know it. Technically though there are two Women out there that I'm still going out with or at least one if the other was ever actually serious, actually make that three because of a 29 year old Accountant that lives in Melbourne. I have an unusual life.
kberry: I was thinking recently that being diagnosed with PTSD and getting help for the proper diagnosis has made more of a difference than I ever realized. The more I think back on it, the more I realized it's a big majority of what destroyed my marriage. I mean hell, if I married someone that would freak out and hide in the closet claiming I reminded him of his mother beating the shit outta him, I'd think I'd made a seriously bad decision. And that isn't even half of the crazy I went through. I'd panic and burst into tears at the drop of a hat. I was constantly misdiagnosed and medicated to the point where my poor bastard of an ex husband wasn't allowed to touch me for damn near a year. Even after my divorce, I had a hard time. I was always running from something. And when I wasn't running, I was hiding. There was a point where I wouldn't leave my house. Not to work, not to buy food, not for anything. I was going to die in that house. My sister figured it out and got me the help I needed... and thus started me on the path to healthiness. And today, almost two years later, I'm well on my way to living a normal, healthy, productive life.
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HeLLie: That's all you need to do. Italy awaits you. I was fortunate enough to finally get my arse to Greece this year. I thought, there are not endless tomorrows...yes Greece may be there...but my health may not be that good to travel, so I knocked it over. You should see a travel agent and see if you can get something pencilled in and you can start paying off a trip. That's what I did. I booked a year before I went, and slowly paid it off.
kberry: Lots of new news for those that care
I now have an adorable rescued kitty; his name is Barnaby. He and Diesel are best friends lol... they play, wrestle, and wreak havoc across my apartment.
I also have a new job... I work at a car repair center doing oil changes, tire installations, and minor maintenance.
AND I lost 20lbs WOOHOO!
Songbird_nz: It's so nice to see all your good news! It makes me happy knowing my friends are happy, you're such a star, keep doing what you're doing things are gonna get even better and better!
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kberry: Ah gotcha. Life has been really good for me lately. Finances under control, some travel in there, new car, focusing on just being happy and living the dream. The day I can just decide to leave for the weekend to Italy will be the day I've made it.
kberry: Well, I seem to be doing ok. Keep getting sick, but I push through. I have my car back... For now... After three months lol. I'm headed to Vegas on Sunday for a national maintainers competition. I'm ranked number one in my school, which is pretty cool... I pretty much get treated like a rockstar. All in all, I'm fairly happy. I miss a lot of you a great deal. Message me anytime, I check them a few times a week.
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kberry in reply to finger5: That's precisely it. This is the second time I've had to go through composites for that very reason. The harsh chemicals are just not something my body can handle. I only have a few more days left and then it's on to powerplant.
finger5: you can manage a few more days, i know you can, when you qualify you can do other things that dont involve chemicals then your set.
from what iv seen you could be a pioneer in some form, the einstein of the aviation industry.
kberry: Asshats in poker. I hope they all lose. I don't know how to play, but would very much like to learn. No one is very kind these days.
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finger5: shame these people are only interested in money, we used to be able to get gold membership for credits, now we have to pay twice as much with real money to get half the membership, cretins that worship money and dont respect the people who make it a site, it wouldnt be a site without us.