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Posted on Sat, Jun 18, 2005 22:20

Sounds like the kid who pressed the button of every floor in the elevator...lol

I just got in , so Im stuck on every floor..



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Posted on Thu, Jun 16, 2005 09:06

I should have guessed about the ice.

Well, since ice melts under pressure, you are going to have to forget attached shelves. You will have to build them from the ground up. Free standing. Be sure to make a space for the table saw, the radial arm, the wood planer, big compressor, free standing belt sander, band saw, welder, couple of roll around tool boxes, and lots of space for materials.

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Posted on Thu, Jun 16, 2005 02:06

I bet you left out the shelves for the power tools in each room. Some house. Cub, go fix it for her.

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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 12:01


Cub39 write:
I think I agree with 5w's idea of a mate. I certainly won't marry a woman who is extremely difficult (as he describes his sisters). I don't think of it as "liking the challenge" of that type of woman but more that she must not like herself (or something about her life) for her to act that way on a regular basis.



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They could probably be described as control freaks and obsessive compulsive. It would drive me nuts.



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 09:32

www..I m sure they will 'murder' you when they hear u say this...lol
'Difficult' is relative, as one man's meat is another's poison..



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 08:38

Bonnie" to feel all the emotions in a marriage "

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Yes, I am sure they think about murder a lot. lollol



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 02:05


wwwww123 write:
I. Happy to say that she is still married, but also admit that she, at times, it must be awful hard to live with her, and that her hubby often deserves a halo. My other brother in law also deserves one. My sisters are not bad or evil, but are difficult people. I can easily see why dreams die, but still don't like it.



www..you might be too judgmental about your sisters..some men just love women who challenge them , to feel all the emotions in a marriage and not live a lifeless, emotionless existence..maybe they all deserve medals for staying married, happily challenged..they know something that you don't..



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 01:44

I would never want to see anyone stay in a marriage that was bad or loveless, but at the same time, I hate to see a dream die. It is just a shame that people are not good mates.

When my youngest sister married at age 19, I actually cried because I was already divorced by then and I was so afraid that her marriage would end up the same way. Happy to say that she is still married, but also admit that she, at times, it must be awful hard to live with her, and that her hubby often deserves a halo. My other brother in law also deserves one. My sisters are not bad or evil, but are difficult people. I can easily see why dreams die, but still don't like it.



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 22:12


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I don't think I could ever throw a party and celetrate the divorce....

I would however have a wake, to mourn the loss of that dream....

A divorce is a terrible loss of love and dreams.....

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I absolutely agree. It's sad.

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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 11:35

I agree..my divorce was one of the hardest events I have ever been threw. I guess because I am truely a loyal person and partner. I also agree it is a loss of dreams I once had.



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 11:27

realdealru
I too was married to an emotional and physical abussive man. He didn't show signs until the year after we were married. I loved being married. I am also the marriage type. Everyone has a different opinion and that is fine.



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Posted on Mon, Jun 06, 2005 15:39

[
Madama Butterfly :) I think that women of Asian descent sometimes have advantages over women who are not - in addition to physical beauty, many are beautiful internally!

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only some Six..I have met some terrible Asian women who could not cook nor do anything that is domestic..but sure know how to take advantage of the men with their feminine wiles...lol ..and get away with lots..

Angel..I think it is nice that we know how to bring up our sons to respect women. My son is in one of the oldest boarding school here where they are brought up to be real charmers, but he however thinks that he could get away with anything using his impeccable charm and fine manners..!! All my women friends love him to bits and think he could do no wrong, and that is dangerous too...:)



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Posted on Mon, Jun 06, 2005 14:59

Well said Lucky...



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Posted on Sun, Jun 05, 2005 23:13

I understand Lucky...divorce for many are as distressing as widowhood..
but I guess if we see that as a new chapter of our lives, esp for the divorcee who has to fight for his/her freedom from an oppressive relationship then it is a relief from years of pain..a bit like recovering from a terminal disease..you get your life back to repair and rebuild again..
New chapters in life need lots of rethinking and replanning just as recuperation needs time .



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Posted on Sun, Jun 05, 2005 17:31

I don't think I could ever throw a party and celetrate the divorce....

I would however have a wake, to mourn the loss of that dream....

A divorce is a terrible loss of love and dreams.....

  


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Posted on Sun, Jun 05, 2005 14:13


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Bonnie88 write:
..after all if it fails , am I going to have a divorce party?



LOL...I went to a "My Divorice is finally through!" party last night! She made a toast with champagne...no not this CP the real, drinkable kind! lol



That must be fun, to go to a 'Im finally free- divorce decreed absolute!'party... I can see why that calls for more of a celebration than wedding sometimes, when one of the party refuse to sign the papers and the settlement takes forever...lol
so did they serve half a wedding cake? you know . ..severance cut..lol



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Posted on Sun, Jun 05, 2005 10:25

With that thought I wish you lived close to So Cal. I prefer a woman who actually states what she wants.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 05, 2005 00:05

! I would love to meet someone who believes in relating to long lost customs of a past era when dealing with members of the opposite sex, and I in turn would reciprocate as a true lady should.



Bravo Six...that is exactly my view too..and luckily most of the men I have met who want to date me seriously have been that..I think there are some great guys still around who are true gentlemen. Lots of them however prefer dating Oriental women because these men feel that they understand them and are far more feminine...lol ,of course that is their ultimate Madam Buterfly dream and the ironic twist to the tale..lol



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Posted on Fri, Jun 03, 2005 22:27

Marriage is not the "ultimate" position in life that it once was. To me a committment is. Have to many male friends in relationships & married who call their wives at night lying through their teeth. Have heard a couple of them lies through the years. Want a relationship where I can tell the truth & still share love.



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Posted on Fri, Jun 03, 2005 08:16

Well MIn most of my dates are more friends than special romantic dates..so that is fine by me..well the ones who are seriously dating then of course they are generous and they pay for everything for the pleasure of my company..lol ..but like Sixft..I like cooking at home too for the special one since I rarely get that pleasure now that I m an empty nester and seem to eat out far too often..



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