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  1. ness2361
    06-27-2015 11:09 AM
    Same here. I have one card that Gromit uses; I don't. I never carry $ with me unless I am alone and going to a thrift store.

    I also never carry ID unless I am going to the hospital. I have many 'quirks', I suppose... and not one that I am aware of is harmful to those I call 'the vulnerable', and the only other possible harm is to someone's ego when I call him (could be a her) on the bull shit... and that is a good kind of 'harm', because 'our' egos (everyone's) needs chiseled, some.
  2. TheStranger
    06-27-2015 10:51 AM
    Probably the right amount, I'd imagine. I've never been a fan of Napoleonic extrovert spread. Something tells me you aren't either.
  3. TheStranger
    06-27-2015 08:02 AM
    Why haven't you made any friends on the forum yet?
  4. Atamagahen
    06-24-2015 09:55 AM
    I'm just cautious.
  5. wolkenkraetzer
    06-11-2015 07:32 AM
    wolkenkraetzer commented on What Month Were You Born In?
    Happy Birthday!--one day late.
  6. unkindhuman
    03-25-2015 06:36 AM
    i seriously cannot picture you without holding ALL the tupperware loool
  7. ness2361
    03-24-2015 05:45 AM
    Could you put spoilers around yours? I get tired of saying it, but it's true--I cannot separate out posts, colors, tell if I have a new msg., sometimes for days, without spoilers: Neurological problem, and no way to have it 'checked', let alone 'fixed', if fixing it is possible.

    Thanks for explaining. I've known him a long time, and he's a good person. Every one of us goes through rough patches--sometimes it shows up as 'quick-on-the-draw', or 'slow-on-the-uptake', whatever...

    When I'm going through some rough stretch the one thing I don't need is having someone push me... for whatever reason, but we're different in how we roll--peeps are, and DS can take care of himself, I'm sure. So again, thanks for letting me know what you meant--and clearly, too!

    I'm glad I didn't give you up for adoption the way I considered doing so long ago, so very long ago.
  8. unkindhuman
  9. Gamaan10
    aww hell naw
  10. ness2361
    What the hell are you on about, there?!?
  11. ness2361
    03-23-2015 12:34 PM
    Now, I understand 'some' why we are making it, even though some vibes say 'no way for these two': You're in my son's age-range; that's all I'll say--close, man; really close... that's why I could remember the movie and over all feel but no details. I put up with tee vee for him and Gromit back in the day. Now it's just Gromit and me, so we don't watch tee vee. Well, he can watch stuff on his computer, too busy though; and I am uninterested. I'll watch 'bits' for some friends, now and then. Too into work, health-maintenance, other commitments for tee vee.

    Yeah, that film was very popular. I was beyond the age for being wowed by it, but I was wowed by plenty when I was younger; still wowed by the best, like a kid, if you met me; like a silly, gneaky kid.
  12. ness2361
    03-23-2015 12:22 PM
    You've never watched George Burns in your life--unless it was sometime this week, or a few minutes ago. Your age does show, to me, anyway--and I don't mind the age gap as long as you don't turn ugly on me.

    They were a wonderful (married) comedy duo, and like so many 'back then', maybe still true, if there are any comedy 'duos' any longer--seems like everyone likes to ham it up alone... but like it used to be? She was the smarter of the two, and George Burns readily admitted it, especially after she died; he missed her fiercely, went on to live past 90, as i recall. And of course, he played God in a mellow comedy, I don't know, around late 80s, maybe...
  13. ness2361
    Gracie Allen? Always at end of show, George Burns would say 'Say goodnight, Gracie', and she'd say, 'Say goodnight, Gracie', so 'You will never be 100% sure of me.' And yeah, I know, you knew what I meant, right!! (Give us a miracle: Insert wisenheimer smile, here.)
  14. Base groove
    03-22-2015 07:57 AM
    Base groove
    I agree with the bulk of the paragraph - the problem as perceived may be legitimate but the tactics are inappropriate.
  15. unkindhuman
    03-21-2015 06:39 PM
    unkindhuman commented on Ages of Users?
    that's going to be me. I got carded for a 14A movie and I'm almost 20. lool
  16. deconspire
    03-21-2015 05:35 PM
    deconspire commented on Ages of Users?
  17. ness2361
    03-21-2015 08:13 AM
    Of course I knew you killed me, which is why--instead of asking for a 'regift option' (you know, I am was not brought up middle to upper middle), I asked for cash. I did, however, make a mistake--I sent it to you right before logging off and didn't come back in, quick, to put in the appropriate emo; then you would have known we are both dead, and I have no idea who is writing this explanation.
  18. mjbgtz
    03-20-2015 08:56 PM
  19. ness2361
    03-20-2015 07:40 PM
    ness2361 commented on INTJ bashing
    Be my god who gives cash? (Dwerp face)
  20. mjbgtz
    03-20-2015 03:02 PM
    mjbgtz commented on INTJ bashing

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