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Old 05-30-2006, 06:44 PM   #21
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Compaq, I suggest you calm down with your pursuit of women. It is plently possible to meet them without chasing them down the street like a banshee and endangering their (and others') lives.
I don't chase them down. Besides whenever I ask a chick for her number they always give me some lame excuse. I think I'll give chick's my number now so they can decide on it.
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Old 05-30-2006, 09:30 PM   #22
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Seriously I should of hit her(touched her with my car), I would of taken her to the ER or my room to fix any injuries.
thats not right man.
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I was in Santa Barbra on Sunday and they had some kind of a sororitie thing where chicks were a 2 piece bathing suit but didn't wear the top. There were like 15 of them. I tried to chase them down in the car but my alcoholic cousin wanted to finish up the beer. When we got there where they ran to they were gone. You know after a situation like that(almost getting hit by a car) chicks get turned on, that's when you should make a move.
i think your obsessed with chicks. why the hell would you want to chase something like that? thats really not healthy and im no alcoholic, but i would rather finish the beer.

what a thread jacking....
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Old 05-31-2006, 07:41 AM   #23
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I was joking that I would hit her, geez relax.

You guys are party poopers. Let me tell you something about my cousin. I'm older than my cousin by 2 weeks and he looks old enough to be my dad. He drinks way too much. People always ask him if he's 35 years old. The dude drinks any possible moment unless he's sleeping or passed out.
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I was joking that I would hit her, geez relax.
that joke was in poor taste and behind every joke is a bit of truth....
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You guys are party poopers. Let me tell you something about my cousin. I'm older than my cousin by 2 weeks and he looks old enough to be my dad. He drinks way too much. People always ask him if he's 35 years old. The dude drinks any possible moment unless he's sleeping or passed out.
that sucks, but as i said before:
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what a thread jacking....
going back on topic: im pretty sure kick will be fine riding a bicycle to work.
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Old 05-31-2006, 09:20 AM   #25
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im pretty sure kick will be fine riding a bicycle to work.
In the spring/summer my wife rides her bike to work. We live about ~3 miles from her work.
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Old 05-31-2006, 01:38 PM   #26
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So far my job is nothing amazing.

But it pays better then my old job. Yesterday I packed boxs (not exciting) today I helped with silk screen printing (cool but not the job I did + it's VERY repetative). I helped print over 1,000 "Garden Select Organic Food" for a grocery store. We do lots of orders for retail stores (gnc/bestbuy/bon ton/sax fith ave) to name a few.

You just have to be smart when you bike. My biggest fear is that a car won't see me and hit me. I wear a helmet and usually wear bright colors like red or yellow.
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Old 05-31-2006, 03:00 PM   #27
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Wow. They have you multi-tasking already! My first day at my Nortel factory job, I spent hours weighing little plastic baggies containing telephone keypad buttons (to find the baggies with extra/missing parts).

I kind of panicked right at the start because I thought I felt my brain atrophying.

What about using a set of those LED blinkies (white/red, front/rear)? If I had to bike in questionable traffic, I'd consider using mine even during the day.
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