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post #31771 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 03:48 PM Thread Starter
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Who woulda thought, the guy with the flip phone also looks to possibly be the only one that doesn't own a video game system. Oh well, just like a smart phone, definitely don't feel like I'm missing anything.

Oh joy joy... Dr. appointment in a bit. First time going to a Dr. in Las Vegas. Heck, first time to the Dr. in probably 6+ years now that I think about it!
yet he owns a 3D tv.


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post #31772 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 03:53 PM
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yet he owns a 3D tv.
4D when the porns on

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Man I'm surprised to see how many parents pay for college. My parents quit giving me clothes when I turned 15 and started working. Let alone college.
Maybe to you it's surprising. I want my kid to be successful so I'll do whatever to make that happen.

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post #31774 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 04:34 PM
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Maybe to you it's surprising. I want my kid to be successful so I'll do whatever to make that happen.

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Yes, but you also want them to work for it so they appreciate it. Do you know how many college grads that I know that don't know crap because all they did was party.

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post #31775 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 04:37 PM
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I don't own a video game system or a 3D TV, I guess I've got Khris beat.
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Yes, but you also want them to work for it so they appreciate it. Do you know how many college grads that I know that don't know crap because all they did was party.
I "teach" or rather babysit them everyday at UNLV! haha
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I am not good at being my kids friends, so I will stick with being a parent

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post #31778 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 05:37 PM
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I "teach" or rather babysit them everyday at UNLV! haha
Real reason college grads don't know anything! Roflmao

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post #31779 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 06:14 PM
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Have the mother-in-law move in with you.
I would move out
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post #31780 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 06:17 PM
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hand younger chilodren to oldest child.

Come on guys, this is day 1 stuff!
That only works for little bit. Nine year olds arenít to good at keeping track of 3 year olds. Someone hits someone with some toy and all hell breaks loose. Next thing you know somethingís broken or someone's bleeding. Two high energy boys is a recipe for destruction.
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post #31781 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 06:22 PM
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Maybe to you it's surprising. I want my kid to be successful so I'll do whatever to make that happen.

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I agree. I think it's important they have time where they have to entertain themselves without video games. If I get them everything they want the second they want it and provide 24/7 scheduling of their days they will never be independent or think for themselves. The Chaos is not without logic.
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Marn's rappin now?


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post #31783 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 07:05 PM
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I think I'm pretty successful. For a kid who literally grew up with nothing I think I've done pretty well. I can honestly say my parents have paid for nothing since I was 15. My first car I bought myself with no help. My first house I secured a loan on by myself. I've never gotten a financial help from them at all.
On the other hand I'm 27 and still working on a college degree and working at a dead end job that I absolutely hate, because I refuse to decide what to work towards or get a student loan.
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post #31784 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 07:32 PM
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Is that the same truck we saw at the Expo with the spindles that extended out over the tire? It sure looks like it.

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post #31785 of 41803 Old 10-07-2013, 08:45 PM
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You guys keep talking about spindles on these trucks. What is a spindle and what does it do (other than spark a lot of comments)

Edit: never mind, I googled past all of the woodworking items and found out what they are on the automotive side before one of you yahoos told me to google it. I guess my question is why do those always seem to be the main topic of interest outside of the cage?
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