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06-19-2013, 01:27 PM
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The fact that you think you are wise for your years may tell you that you are not indeed wise for your years.

Who cares about being young though? Live it up. I would kill to be 18 again going to a big college and have my whole life ahead of me.
It's one thing to go around telling people you are smarter than you think, but when you are always humble about it and then get any part if your character or actions questioned, which in this case were miniscule, I'll try to defend myself without looking whiny, attention-seeking, and exaggerated.

This has gotten ****ing dumb.

You are damn right on living it up. I could get terminally ill or get slammed by a truck tomorrow. I go by own mentality of if I died today, would I be happy with what I did so far today on my last breaths. Having a party tonight will qualify, but being too lazy to get lunch and arguing with people on the Internet on my phone over a harmless (and probably true) comment doesn't.


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06-19-2013, 01:29 PM
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I don't like attention. That's the reason I tried to get away from certain topics and make things a general discussion.

You all have a good day. Go Hawks!

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You'll eventually realize how naive you were in high school.

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I'll give Cullk some credit for being as self-aware as he is at that age. Still, you'll look back in a few years and laugh at how you talked, thought and acted. I think it's when you get to the point that you DON'T see a problem with how you used to be is when you stop progressing, and that's when you're going to start having real issues.

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Additionally the rent being free makes the extra money spent on gas easier to swallow.
Not really worried about the gas money as much as I am worried about dealing with traffic and my own road rage and the unnecessary stress I put myself through. There are few things I hate more than traffic. Speaking of, about to go sit in some on way to dinner and be stuck up way too late with recorded Hawks game afterwards. At least it gives me an excuse to turn my phone off for a few hours.

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Drove in the car for two and a half hours. Why do so many people drive like turtles? At least go the speed limit.

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Drove in the car for two and a half hours. Why do so many people drive like turtles? At least go the speed limit.
It doesn't matter where you're going, what you're doing, or how long you're going to be driving, there will be idiots that drive you bonkers.

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Also, I saw This is the End on Saturday and I would highly recommend it. Especially if you liked Pineapple Express.

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Also, I saw This is the End on Saturday and I would highly recommend it. Especially if you liked Pineapple Express.
Yeah, it was probably the best comedy I've ever seen. I love all the actors in the film, and you can just tell they're all best friends. It works because it's them. If it had been other actors, it wouldn't have been as good.

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Also, I saw This is the End on Saturday and I would highly recommend it. Especially if you liked Pineapple Express.
I was going to see that but I didn't have my license with me and they wouldn't let me buy a ticket. Saw Man of Steel instead. It was alright.

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I've never, ever been carded for an R rated movie, even before I was 17.

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Even when I have my ID they check it before I can get a ticket and then it gets checked again when I give the movie person my ticket. It's ridiculous, I just want to see a movie.

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Sounds like communism to me.

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I've never once been carded at the theater

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James Gandolfini dead at 51

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James Gandolfini dead at 51

Wow
Mercy. Way too young.

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I got carded the night before my 17th birthday for Inglorius Basterds. Literally hours before my birthday and they wouldn't let me in. ****ers.

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Xfinity still ****ing me over.

They finally sent over a DVR and a wireless gateway.... but only one power cord to somehow power both devices.

If they send me a dead puppy in their next shipment, I'll only be surprised that they didn't send me two dead puppies.

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[QUOTE=MurrayBannerman;67702575]They're called Illinois drivers

Come to Atlanta. If it rains, everyone goes 10 MPH faster. If it snows, everyone just puts it in park, even if it's a flurry that melts before it hits the ground.

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My buddy who is 45, and looks every day of it, got carded for buying a lottery ticket this week. He freaked out, it was so hilarious.

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Wow
Saw it was a suspected heart attack.... which isn't surprising at all given his size.

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Rotary meeting today. Followed by 9 hours of work. I'm also now gonna be training new people. I kid you not while one woman was throwing a fit about us not giving her a basket of chips (she ordered a side with no chips) she asked me if I was the manager. She ended up handing over the extra dollar with intense resentment. My favorite manager is leaving tomorrow and the custom bottle openers I designed for a few people at work come in today hopefully. So I've been busy

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Saw Book of Mormon last night at bank of American theater and all I can say is that you haven't gone, go! It ends its run in October. Trey Parker is a freaking comedic and musical genius

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I'll give Cullk some credit for being as self-aware as he is at that age. Still, you'll look back in a few years and laugh at how you talked, thought and acted. I think it's when you get to the point that you DON'T see a problem with how you used to be is when you stop progressing, and that's when you're going to start having real issues.
I look back to when I was 22 and realize how big of a dumbass I was. I think people are functionally ******** until the time they are about 27-28.

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06-20-2013, 11:28 AM
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I look back to when I was 22 and realize how big of a dumbass I was. I think people are functionally ******** until the time they are about 27-28.
I am 26 now and still consider myself a dumbass. I am sure many would agree.

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