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This site has literally become the personification of everything I hate about my generation. Every person on here thinks they are great and special, unique. You are not unique, you just now only choose to interact with others who coddle you and tell you that you are special and unique. The real world is not so forgiving, if you plan on just existing here and...
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Been dealing with some neuro stuff recently, lots of difficulty doing normal activities and finally had an appointment with a neurologist today and my wife came along with me to the appointment. The doctor scheduled a bunch of diagnostic tests and blood work and is indicating that it might be MS, could be Lyme or something else entirely. I honestly don't care, I just...
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hellfyre420:
She's on the verge of tears everyday because she realizes what a complete fucking loser she married, not because she's worried about your health. Take your attitude and shove it up you ass!
davidlopansbro:
@hellfyre420 thanks for stopping by!
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My wife and I have been contemplating a move out of New England for a long time now. The winters here just suck so we want a milder climate where we can enjoy the outdoors more than 5 months out of the year. Anyway, I took the quiz at Find Your Spot and on my first page I got 4 cities that I have been...
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midnightsun:
Okay. I've actually been to all of those cities and here to go 1) Vegas-you're not going to love it. The heat is sweltering and it's pretty grimy downtown. 2) Honolulu-if you're moving to Hawaii it's pretty much the worst one to live on lol. Overpopulated, ridiculously expensive, and polluted beaches. 3) Portland-I'm partial because as an Alaskan it's like our sister city we all love it. 4 full seasons, lots of state parks, great food and tons of culture. The same can be said for city 4) Charleston, minus the 4 full seasons lol💋I recommend Portland or charleston 
aepaul:
Alright.  Without trying to sound like a know-it-all asshole, my past is that corporate guy who travels from place to place so despite not living in any of them, I got a decent opinion of three of them.  Portland is arguably the best place for beer drinkers.  It's the micro-brew capital of the country.  However, it rains a lot and like Seattle, it has a pretty high percentage of SJWs.  It is a beautiful city though.  I still haven't decided if I love it or hate it.  Vegas sounds like a great idea.  Stay there for a week and you'll fall in love with it.  Work there for a month and you'll wonder why anyone lives there full-time.  Honolulu stay there for a day and you'll love it.  Work there for a week and you'll wonder why anyone would want to live there.  I'd take Vegas over Honolulu, because at least you can escape Vegas.  I don't know Charleston, but I've heard it's an up and coming town and people seem to be happy there.  The bank I used to work for bought out another huge bank in Charleston and the people I worked with there were hell of cool.  Good luck.
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So I just want to brag to all you jerks, I am leaving for Ireland on Thursday for a 10 day tour, hope everyone is super jelly and has to go to the jelly school.

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aobh:
Have a drink for me?!
davidlopansbro:
@eave I will have two drinks for you
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Instead of working on that I spent 3 days designing and drawing a tiny home...............yay productivity!!!!

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Just had to wake up my dog because he was sleep eating and I didn't want him to accidentally bite his tongue off......dogs are the best

virninja:
That is too funny