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  1. Ive met him and his wife multiple times. They have had their children's birthday parties at Sparkles. They like to come in on Sat morning when nobody is there. They don't tip well. He was actually naked in my office once (changing his clothes). He smelled good. She is very pretty and sweet. He is standoffish!!

     

    Actually, the last time they were there we were doing a fundraiser for an organization that helps military families. He wouldn't have his picture taken with the leaders of the group.......... :blink: :blink:

     

     

    I often wonder if people act that way, because they are so use to others expecting a hand out. If he was there with his family, shouldn't he be allowed to have his privacy with them?

     

    Didn't he do benefit concert for a fallen officer not to long ago? Maybe he separates family time/ celeb time. :pardon:

  2. I Started trapping last year and when you walk up on one in your trap they just lay down all submissive, Looks like you could reach out and pet them. Now a ALPHA MALE is a different story all together, they try to eat your face the entire time :)

     

     

    I guess the site of me in the morning was to much for the coyote..I haven't seen him since. We are covered in bunnies and stray cats/kittens, I figure they will be back.

  3. and miss the chance to see your boobs?

     

    i'd come outta the closet woods for that opportuinty too! ^_^

     

    Come on over, Friday's around 10pm for boobs! If you enjoy ass, I normal show mine at least twice a day! :blush:

     

    I'll send my super-sniper yote shootin neighbor down to your hood and remedy the sitch-e-a-shun. The yotes around here are 40-50 pounds.

     

    Send him over...this one was bigger than my husky, but very skinny.

  4. Yotes are everywhere and they are here to stay,bout the only things that keep their population in check is parvo and heartworm.

     

    The eastern coyote is bigger than it's western cousin because of cross breeding with wolves.

     

    We actually have a Husky, I was telling my husband that the coyote just wanted some loving. :rofl:

     

    I just found it odd, one was strolling down the subdivision. I thought they stuck to the woods!

  5. I saw one crossing the road on my way home a couple days ago. It was huge, and that's a fact! Scared the crap outta me. Happy hump day, Hurry up Friday!

     

     

     

     

    :rofl:

     

     

    Do you have a link?!?!?!?! I am with you...hurry up Friday!

     

     

    :rofl:

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  6. So much drama over such a wee thing.

    I think some women on here might have their cycles in sync, all I can say is thank the lord it's not a full moon.

     

    Up yours! I would provide a link but I am to damn lazy! :p

     

    It is by and large overwhelmingly true. There are always exceptions but all the studies have shown a negative correlation.

     

    My link

     

     

    If you can provide studies to show that the negative correlation is not true, I would like to see it.

     

    Type in the opposite of what you did to get your link.... :ninja:

  7. Bye

     

    I can honestly say, I have met more people like you than the nice ones. It cracks me up to hear about southern charm, and see all these ladies act a fool. I came from a place where you helped your neighbor's, not the same here!

     

     

    It's never felt like home, we will move, soon I hope.

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  8. 1) Paying for the sorry piece of crap in the hood that "claims" to be disabled! The government is not your check book! I guess acting crazy, can get you a free ride in life. :glare: Taking from people truly in need, pisses me off!

     

    2)The over use of the word blessed!

     

    3)Gossip

  9. Where did I say that I assumed they were grubby little germ carriers? I just said that I should be informed for the safety of my child who is and who isn't vaccinated. That is no judgment on you or your child. It is a statement that I would like to know who to avoid when my child hasn't been vaccinated for whatever your child could be infected with. The assumption was made by an above poster that my vaccinated child had no immune system. should I be offended by that?

     

     

    I would avoid...day care, stores, schools, the doctor's office. Heck you might want to grab your foil hat and just stay inside! :rofl:

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  10. Again, the printer is what brought on the punishment in question. So many here are focused on trying to fix that problem.Tthe main question of this post was do the Pcom folks think that not giving him his Birthday present and not allowing a party with his friends was too much of a punishment? He will still get a cake with his family and a dinner of his choice. And family means only those in our home. The rest of the family was going to be gone anyway but we were going to do a friends party. Gifts from the relatives will still be given as arrangements were made prior to their leaving town. The point we were trying to make was that actions have consequenses. Because dad had to once again buy new ink, that cost will now be covered by the cost of his gift. And the party was cancelled due to blatant disobedience.

     

     

    Taking his gift for the day, will make him think...for that day! The minute you leave for work, your wife will give him a gift.

     

    I would remove all printers from your home, and start working on the main issue. Next week you will have to take something else from him, and so on....because you are not taking care of the root of the problem.

  11. Here's the thing...I didn't read that he is bitter because people pray for him and his wife. I read that these same people are nowhere around when they physically need them. The ones who are physically there happen to not believe in God.

     

    It is very difficult to believe in a god who takes our loved ones away. I think those that do are only doing it because they have to believe in something. They have to have something to lean on when they are so distraught. Then, they figure, as time passes and they begin to move on, god must have gotten them through it, so they lean on him more. Terrible round robin it goes. I lost my brother at 17 years old in a traffic accident. I don't blame god or anyone else. But I don't need anyone to pray for me or him. I know he's in a better place - wherever that may be - because I wouldn't want him suffering the way he was prior to his death. I miss him, with every fiber of my being. But I don't need god or religion to make him closer to me. I talk to him just fine.

     

    As for our friend whose wife is sick, he knows who he can count on. The fact that his friends don't number in the religion category is moot. You can pray for him all you want. What happens to his wife is due to an illness no one should suffer from. I don't blame him at all for ignoring the god you speak of. If there is a god, he has surely turned his back on this family.

     

    I hope they can find it in their hearts to move on, accept what they cannot change, and make the most of what time they have left together.

     

    The last post TJB made, he explained what he meant. I choose to not get involved in God talk! :)

  12. locking rooms with keyed locks, padlocking others. moving dangerous items to relatives homes, never leaving him alone without adult for more than brief periods and always having an adult present when he is at home. Monthy doctor appointments, medication, placement in special classes. Realizing that corporal punishment has only limeted affect on him and always searching for a new leverage point. Encouraging good behavior with specific rewards taylored just to him. (where do you think this printer thing started? By allowing him to print pages for him to color. That being one of his best loved rewards. It unfortunately came back to bite us in the @$$ later on) Those are not going out of the "norm" trying to compensate for his needs.

     

     

    I never stated I was a professional with this stuff. I will say that I have done more, studied more, paid more than most of you would ever guess. And if we determine it to be in his best interest to be institutionalized then there will be no arguement nor regrets from me. As long as he gets the help he needs to become a healthy, productive citizen then I will happy.

     

     

    Did you mention he was at Nebo? I ask for the fact Mr. Murry is the SEBD teacher. He is fantastic! If Dis jr. has him this year, ask him for help and suggestions.

  13. Although I am atheist, I respect and appreciate the fact that people care enough to take the time to do something that is so personal and important in their lives. However, people need tangible things like coming to visit for coffee, have a beer, watch a movie, and just someone to listen. I'm not mad at God but I am mad, sad, depressed, and more emotions than I can describe. Sharing with other people who have similar experiences is helpful. When I was in group therapy, I couldn't believe how many tears I had inside and quite honestly, I'm afraid if I cry, I'll never stop. As MS takes my wife's life, it's taking mine as well.

     

    Oooops

  14. Although I am atheist, I respect and appreciate the fact that people care enough to take the time to do something that is so personal and important in their lives. However, people need tangible things like coming to visit for coffee, have a beer, watch a movie, and just someone to listen. I'm not mad at God but I am mad, sad, depressed, and more emotions than I can describe. Sharing with other people who have similar experiences is helpful. When I was in group therapy, I couldn't believe how many tears I had inside and quite honestly, I'm afraid if I cry, I'll never stop. As MS takes my wife's life, it's taking mine as well.

     

    I may seem like a heartless bitch, but I truly understand what you are saying. I can not thank the people who came and sat with my daddy and my own kids, so I could have 30 minutes to myself. You have every right to be all those emotions, and then some. But, I know from experience the anger will eat you up. Talking with other's is something, I couldn't do until 6 months after my daddy died. It's great you can, hang on to that support...you will need it. It seems a lot of people on here have watched their loved ones suffer, and are willing to share their stories with you.

  15. If you are going to come back at me at least proof your response, you know, so you don't look like a illiterate.

     

    :rofl: How about I just ignore you like normal? It must be hard to be perfect...as you try to appear. ^_^

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  16. Let me ask you something, who do you think you are to tell him how to live his life? Exactly who?

     

    Leave him alone, I'm sure he has enough on his plate without your judgement.

     

    I am someone who has been in his shoes. I am who I am!

     

    Who are you to tell me what to do? Exactly who? :wacko:

     

    I did the same thing 39 years ago, and I'm glad I done it. Some of the Christians was always wanting me to be a bigot like they were, so I had to get help from the real Christians. Believe me, you can tell them apart. You know a bigot when you talk to him.

     

    Yes, you can tell them apart. Glad you were able to have help.

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