Topics Started by songmistress
44 minimus in
i know of a few people that have expressed themselves over the years regarding suicide and their loss of joy in living.
after reading some of the horrendous things some have gone through on this board, it is more than concievable to believe that you might have considered such options.
i, personally have never had these thoughts, but some close to me have expressed that if they "could just sleep" in death, they would feel better.
27 DblOSmith in
our hall has 3 sections of seating, we always sat in the left section all the way in the back if possible heh.
it's funny: it seemed like all the foreign people, immigrants, etc, sat on the right side, all the "goody goods" sat in the middle, and all of the um "shady" people... all the people i would think would become defectors sat on the left.
31 minimus in
were you treated differently?
were you shown more compassion?
15 ashitaka in
i just love saturday mornings now.
no service, no wearing uncomfortable clothes trapsing through snow, slipping on ice, getting yelled at by people who actually have lives.. this morning, i had my pipe, got a coffee from wawa, and watched some simpsons episodes.. i'm planning on taking a walk through the snow later on.. man, i love saturdays.. ash
7 christopherceo in
...that left me feeling, well, wierd.
it happened about 8:30 this morning, which is pretty early for me since i don't usually go to bed before 3-4am and never wake up before 11am.
i was cruising along the only coastline in florida that has bluffs, it's called "scenic highway" in pensacola, fl.
83 ashitaka in
frankly, if you are that overweight, you should pay for two seats, pure and simple.
why should someone have to be crushed by someone obese?
skinny people have rights, too
49 onacruse in
he sucks up so much bandwidth that he's now an emperor!.
thanks for hammering on that keyboard, alan.
you've helped a lot of people see the light, including me (even if it did take a few years .
18 LoneWolf in
my wife received this email from her cousin today, and knowing how all sweet and innocent everyone on this board is, i figured i'd contribute to your edge-a-ma-ca-shun.
so listen up now and pay attention to these words of wisdom .... .
36 pettygrudger in
kay - nuff of the doom,gloom, flame wars & down right negativity - lets discuss women's lingerie!.
with the day of love coming up , i have a few questions for you folks (guys & girls - could get interesting).
seriously though, ladies, do you feel comfortable buying & wearing lingerie?
23 DakotaRed in
as most all of you know, i am a vietnam veteran, serving with c troop 7/17th air cavalry from july of 1969 to january 1, 1971. i have heard before that the bond formed by combat veterans is forever.
i can now say that is a true statement.
when first assigned to c troop, i met a man by the name of ron strickland and we hit it off as buddies, becoming best friends, in my estimation.