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Posted on Fri, Dec 30, 2005 07:12

It's not so hard to spot a Gold digger. It's in the music. Taking love to the highest level, you'll actually begin to understand a lot of songs and music. Remember that song, "take your breath away" - if you've never experienced that, you've never taken it to the top. No gold digger is going to take my breath away. If I don't get that feeling, I'm just settling with someone. I know exactly what I'm looking for. You know what? You'll know you're with the right person when you actually get the music...not just think you get it.



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Posted on Fri, Jan 20, 2006 16:58

I'm sure two hours wouldn't do it. Something like that you don't ever want to give up once you get your hands on it. For vanity's sake I won't make comparisons to what it must be like. Enjoy it.



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Posted on Fri, Jan 20, 2006 10:18

GlennaB write:
hondo1952 write:

GlennaB write:

hondo1952 write:
Hey Glenna nice car. Take me for a ride.



Thanks, but you are driving.



I'll be happy to drive. I bet she purrs like a kitten.

I'd like to take her around the track here on community day. Unfortunately they won't let you open them up. They will let some of the drivers take them for a spin if the owners agree.

Yeah, that car roars and flys. You can sure here me coming down the road for a long way. I've had some nice offers on it so I don't think it will be around long. I'm going to enjoy it while I can though. I'm taking it to a car show next week. I have a feeling it will be gone after that. For a offer I can't refuse, That will be the only way. I need to start selling some houses instead of cars. Or get some more garage spcace. Like your picture is that your family?


Y_es, my sons and grand daughter. It was taken a couple of days after Christmas this year. The three youngest are here in Indiana and the oldest lives in Montgomery, AL and works at the Hyundai plant. He's in charge of the test track and drives the car in all of there commercials. I'm very proud of them all. Good students, good athletes and best of all good people.

What year is the car? I would love to get my hands on something like that for a couple of hours.



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Posted on Thu, Jan 19, 2006 10:45

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hondo1952 write:
Hey Glenna nice car. Take me for a ride.



Thanks, but you are driving.


I'll be happy to drive. I bet she purrs like a kitten.

I'd like to take her around the track here on community day. Unfortunately they won't let you open them up. They will let some of the drivers take them for a spin if the owners agree.



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Posted on Wed, Jan 18, 2006 14:44

Hey Glenna nice car. Take me for a ride.



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Posted on Wed, Jan 18, 2006 08:05

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TO: TheGoodLife2005

I would like to extend my apology for talking to you in the manner that I did. I will admit I was WRONG! and my concience will not let me rest without saying so. I know I am a smart azz but I'm a honest one, with feelings. And will admit it when I have made a error in judgement. My response to you was inappropriate, and I am kicking myself for it. I am sincerely sorry. I hope you will except my apology. It will never happen again.

Sincerely,
GlennaB

Awww that was so sweet. I almost believed you meant it.



Almost believing is a start. Now take it all the way or get out of mine.


Glennie (may I call you that), that was real clever. Did you get that off a box of cereal. If so remember trix are for kids.

  


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Posted on Tue, Jan 17, 2006 18:06

I am no fan of Neil Young but he did get one thing correct. I am a miner for a heart of gold.

Does that make me a gold digger?



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Posted on Mon, Jan 16, 2006 21:07

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I would like to extend my apology for talking to you in the manner that I did. I will admit I was WRONG! and my concience will not let me rest without saying so. I know I am a smart azz but I'm a honest one, with feelings. And will admit it when I have made a error in judgement. My response to you was inappropriate, and I am kicking myself for it. I am sincerely sorry. I hope you will except my apology. It will never happen again.

Sincerely,
GlennaB

Awww that was so sweet. I almost believed you meant it.

  


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Posted on Sun, Jan 15, 2006 18:31

apologies accepted, back to the fun!

  


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Posted on Sun, Jan 15, 2006 15:00

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I've never been with a gold digger...not for more than one date.

A man as brilliant as yourself shouldn't need a date to figure it out.....you should see her coming a mile away.



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Posted on Sun, Jan 15, 2006 13:00

I've never been with a gold digger...not for more than one date.



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Posted on Sun, Jan 15, 2006 06:15

Gee, Bob, if it's so easy to spot a golddigger, how is it you seem to be choosing them all the time?!



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Posted on Thu, Jan 12, 2006 07:05

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wow . . .

Airplane? Bush? What? That almost sounded like an online version of Tourette's. Oh dear . . . .


What did happen to the guy on the plane. I think you said he was traveling to Africa? Did he ever come back?

Bush? LOL... You know every Alaskan woman dreams of finding the ultimate bush pilot. :o) Just kidding.



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Posted on Thu, Jan 12, 2006 06:10

wow . . .

Airplane? Bush? What? That almost sounded like an online version of Tourette's. Oh dear . . . .



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Posted on Wed, Jan 11, 2006 21:20

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Oh just F..k you. This is stupid. You little fool. You are so hungry you are chomping at the bait. You can't tell BQ nothing he doesn't already know. What happened to that flip you were with on that airplane? You know, the well bred man and all that other horse sh.t. Oh I bet he was all of that. All the way to the hotel room. I'm tired of your judgements on people. What the heck do you really know?? I will tell you NOTHING! Try again, only try without those dollar signs in your eyes. Now you know a junk-yard dog that is rolling with more then you will ever have. C'mon girl lay the cards on the table and say THIS IS THE WAY IT IS IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT, THATS TOUGH!!! Hold your head high. Don't ask quetions and beat around the bush. You are still running around in circles with that chase. And probably the same bush too. Well at leat you are still running. Oh man...


Tsk Tsk Tsk.....


Well, who cares what you do as long as you do it right. And if you are going to do it go all the way, or just don't do it at all.


So let me get this straight. You like Corvettes, killing magnificant defenceless animals so you can get an obscure trophy to put on your mantle, and being profane with other members in an otherwise civil discussion.....

very endearing.....



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Posted on Tue, Jan 10, 2006 07:55

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BQ, your lady friends give you some funny advice. "What do you do?" is almost di rigeur . . . men ask it of one another all the time, perhaps to establish their place in the pecking order.

Women's motives are slightly different. Sure, the question partly establishes a man's income. However, just because a man is a doctor or an attorney doesn't make him rich, just smart. He might be lousy with money, while the guy with the pizza joint down the street might be rolling in it. You just never know.

A man's job establishes his general class; i.e., professional vs. blue-collar. Both classes can make either a lot of money or a little, or just enough. But inter-class dating can be tricky, and women sometimes like to be a bit choosy about which class she dates or marries into. She narrows her options if she does this, but, it's her choice!

I choose my wording a little more carefully, with men AND women. Instead of "What do you do?" I ask, "So what fills your days?" If the person wants to self-identify by telling me his or her profession, fine. If not, that's fine too.

Oh just F..k you. This is stupid. You little fool. You are so hungry you are chomping at the bait. You can't tell BQ nothing he doesn't already know. What happened to that flip you were with on that airplane? You know, the well bred man and all that other horse sh.t. Oh I bet he was all of that. All the way to the hotel room. I'm tired of your judgements on people. What the heck do you really know?? I will tell you NOTHING! Try again, only try without those dollar signs in your eyes. Now you know a junk-yard dog that is rolling with more then you will ever have. C'mon girl lay the cards on the table and say THIS IS THE WAY IT IS IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT, THATS TOUGH!!! Hold your head high. Don't ask quetions and beat around the bush. You are still running around in circles with that chase. And probably the same bush too. Well at leat you are still running. Oh man...


Tsk Tsk Tsk.....



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Posted on Mon, Jan 09, 2006 13:32

Recently joined this site...and love all these discussions...

Re GDiggers....I don't think I have come across many in my life, although might meet some on this site I guess. Europeans just don't crave money and material wealth the way Americans do. (although I could be mistaken). I guess that is because society tends to be much more egalitarian here. But joined Match a while ago and realised I wasn't meeting enough of what I was looking for...ie successful, smart, sporty, goodlooking, fun and cool guys...who enjoy the good things in life but are also down to earth and know how to enjoy the simple things in life. I always ask what someone does...and I would hope someone would ask me as well. It tells me so much about that person...their education, ambitions, lifestyle, type of friends...And I love knowing what car....as I do think it tells u a bit. I would never judge anyone negatively on their car...but always think a cabrio is good fun and shows me someone enjoys life...and jeep shows me he is probably sporty..BMW..and Mercks..solid and traditional, Aston Martin...my type of guys (just kidding !!) But hey, these car companies don't spend millions on advertising for nothing...: U r what u drive! And the house question is not top of my list..but still important. You want to make sure u kind of have the same idea about day to day living. Some people might be digging...but for most of us..it is a way to figure out what someone is about and if you are compatible. Money counts ...and everyone has their own view on how much...

My advice to the men afraid of gold diggers....just look for someone who is not totally out of touch with what you can offer..(ie same class...same education etc)..and or go for nice down to earth Europeans who can always count on their state pensions...and are really just looking for love! LOL



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Posted on Mon, Jan 09, 2006 02:38

The Good Life.. your comments are spot on! :0))

Geoff,

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Posted on Thu, Jan 05, 2006 15:43

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BQ, been there, done that. Left him for a man who could kiss. Money ain't everything . . .


BQ, been there, done that. Yep !!! I can tell...you are a very seasoned lady.

Sounds pretty good; a man who can kiss wins the prize, as well as a woman who can do this also, I guess character won the day for this guy. True money is not everything, personality and character is the best.

BQ



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Posted on Tue, Jan 03, 2006 16:12

BQ, been there, done that. Left him for a man who could kiss. Money ain't everything . . .



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