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Derek542
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Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
usmccds423 wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
LoRez wrote:
Who are these Kardashian people? What's their deal? Why are they a part of pop culture?

I keep hearing their names and stuff, but I'm pretty much out of the loop.

Bruce Jenner fucked Mrs Piggy

Do you live in a bubble?


HAAAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

I don't know why, but this made me laugh so fucking hard!

I have my moments


Few and far between though they may be.



Ha ha!

How'd you know he was from my hometown?

I have my moments


Hahahahaha!

Yes, it would seem you do.

We got the house we wanted so its been a good day. G+ is getting updated so pissing me off so have not told you guys.


Hey, that's great!

Congrats to you guys.

Pics soon, I hope?

Yes sir. We are excited new time in our life.

Plus yesterday got news that my partnership is about 30-45 days till its complete.

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Chushin
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Big Kahuna wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Big Kahuna wrote:
spar4tee wrote:
Big Kahuna wrote:
spar4tee wrote:
Chushin wrote:
spar4tee wrote:
Chushin wrote:
spar4tee wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
usmccds423 wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
LoRez wrote:
Who are these Kardashian people? What's their deal? Why are they a part of pop culture?

I keep hearing their names and stuff, but I'm pretty much out of the loop.

Bruce Jenner fucked Mrs Piggy

Do you live in a bubble?


HAAAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

I don't know why, but this made me laugh so fucking hard!

I have my moments


Few and far between though they may be.


Sad to say, I had a similar thought lol



Here I thought we were buds. :-(

;-)

lol I meant the same thought as you


:-)

Hopefully Derek abstains from any ass-shed business.


Speak carefully, lest Derek ravages your backside behind the woodshed.

precisely what I was alluding to


I just want to drop as many of these innuendos as possible. I'll keep it in my memory and drop one every now and then.



Man, that photo makes me miss John Candy :(


John Flaherty was kind of a family friend, and my brother met John Candy and Harold Ramos at his house one day.

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Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
usmccds423 wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
LoRez wrote:
Who are these Kardashian people? What's their deal? Why are they a part of pop culture?

I keep hearing their names and stuff, but I'm pretty much out of the loop.

Bruce Jenner fucked Mrs Piggy

Do you live in a bubble?


HAAAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

I don't know why, but this made me laugh so fucking hard!

I have my moments


Few and far between though they may be.



Ha ha!

How'd you know he was from my hometown?

I have my moments


Hahahahaha!

Yes, it would seem you do.

We got the house we wanted so its been a good day. G+ is getting updated so pissing me off so have not told you guys.


Hey, that's great!

Congrats to you guys.

Pics soon, I hope?

Yes sir. We are excited new time in our life.

Plus yesterday got news that my partnership is about 30-45 days till its complete.

Oh yeah. Forgot to congratulate you on those good things you said. Congrats!

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Chushin
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Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
Chushin wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
usmccds423 wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
LoRez wrote:
Who are these Kardashian people? What's their deal? Why are they a part of pop culture?

I keep hearing their names and stuff, but I'm pretty much out of the loop.

Bruce Jenner fucked Mrs Piggy

Do you live in a bubble?


HAAAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

I don't know why, but this made me laugh so fucking hard!

I have my moments


Few and far between though they may be.



Ha ha!

How'd you know he was from my hometown?

I have my moments


Hahahahaha!

Yes, it would seem you do.

We got the house we wanted so its been a good day. G+ is getting updated so pissing me off so have not told you guys.


Hey, that's great!

Congrats to you guys.

Pics soon, I hope?

Yes sir. We are excited new time in our life.

Plus yesterday got news that my partnership is about 30-45 days till its complete.


Damn, man, you're golden.

I know you've worked hard and deserve it all.

Congrats again -- on both.

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Derek542
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Thanks. All I will say is I have worked hard for 20 years and things are coming that I have worked hard for.

but money will never change me.

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Derek542 wrote:
Thanks. All I will say is I have worked hard for 20 years and things are coming that I have worked hard for.

but money will never change me.

good man

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Chushin
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Derek542 wrote:
Thanks. All I will say is I have worked hard for 20 years and things are coming that I have worked hard for.

but money will never change me.



Like I said, I know you deserve it.


And that ought to keep Steely D humble! ;-)


Look forward to the photos.

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orion
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Derek542 wrote:

but money will never change me.


No, it wont.

But it will work as a giant lever when it comes to your strenghts and weaknesses.

Money does not change, it reveals.

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Chushin
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PS - IH is back home and doing well, if you didn't see that yet on the G.

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Derek542
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orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:

but money will never change me.


No, it wont.

But it will work as a giant lever when it comes to your strenghts and weaknesses.

Money does not change, it reveals.

My view is I did not come from money I grew up poor.

I really am simple pleasures and not ever been comfortable in setting of money.

My goals are always about being comfortable and not live paycheck to paycheck.

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Derek542
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Chushin wrote:
PS - IH is back home and doing well, if you didn't see that yet on the G.

Yea I know.

I plan to IM him and find out how he is doing.

Plan next year to make a trip to visit him a nd Greenie

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orion
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Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:

but money will never change me.


No, it wont.

But it will work as a giant lever when it comes to your strenghts and weaknesses.

Money does not change, it reveals.

My view is I did not come from money I grew up poor.

I really am simple pleasures and not ever been comfortable in setting of money.

My goals are always about being comfortable and not live paycheck to paycheck.


So?

I am not that different from you in that regard?

But take it from someone who made a bit too much too soon, you have weaknesses, in areas you dont suspect.

Why would you, without a giant lever they are irrelevant.

Maybe you believe in people a bit too much, maybe you think you can change them, does not have to be coke and whores.

You have one, you will find it and you will spend an amount on it you would not have thought possible.

I am just telling you, its there and its yours to deal with.

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Derek542
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orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:

but money will never change me.


No, it wont.

But it will work as a giant lever when it comes to your strenghts and weaknesses.

Money does not change, it reveals.

My view is I did not come from money I grew up poor.

I really am simple pleasures and not ever been comfortable in setting of money.

My goals are always about being comfortable and not live paycheck to paycheck.


So?

I am not that different from you in that regard?

But take it from someone who made a bit too much too soon, you have weaknesses, in areas you dont suspect.

Why would you, without a giant lever they are irrelevant.

Maybe you believe in people a bit too much, maybe you think you can change them, does not have to be coke and whores.

You have one, you will find it and you will spend an amount on it you would not have thought possible.

I am just telling you, its there and its yours to deal with.

It may be true, and I appreciate the warning really.

I will say that my wife is very, very Mexican :) meaning she is very close with the money.

The only thing I really changed is I went from really cheap whiskey to Crown Royal reserve.

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Chushin
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Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:

but money will never change me.


No, it wont.

But it will work as a giant lever when it comes to your strenghts and weaknesses.

Money does not change, it reveals.

My view is I did not come from money I grew up poor.

I really am simple pleasures and not ever been comfortable in setting of money.

My goals are always about being comfortable and not live paycheck to paycheck.


So?

I am not that different from you in that regard?

But take it from someone who made a bit too much too soon, you have weaknesses, in areas you dont suspect.

Why would you, without a giant lever they are irrelevant.

Maybe you believe in people a bit too much, maybe you think you can change them, does not have to be coke and whores.

You have one, you will find it and you will spend an amount on it you would not have thought possible.

I am just telling you, its there and its yours to deal with.

It may be true, and I appreciate the warning really.

I will say that my wife is very, very Mexican :) meaning she is very close with the money.

The only thing I really changed is I went from really cheap whiskey to Crown Royal reserve.


Will you start wearing pants?

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orion
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Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:

but money will never change me.


No, it wont.

But it will work as a giant lever when it comes to your strenghts and weaknesses.

Money does not change, it reveals.

My view is I did not come from money I grew up poor.

I really am simple pleasures and not ever been comfortable in setting of money.

My goals are always about being comfortable and not live paycheck to paycheck.


So?

I am not that different from you in that regard?

But take it from someone who made a bit too much too soon, you have weaknesses, in areas you dont suspect.

Why would you, without a giant lever they are irrelevant.

Maybe you believe in people a bit too much, maybe you think you can change them, does not have to be coke and whores.

You have one, you will find it and you will spend an amount on it you would not have thought possible.

I am just telling you, its there and its yours to deal with.

It may be true, and I appreciate the warning really.

I will say that my wife is very, very Mexican :) meaning she is very close with the money.

The only thing I really changed is I went from really cheap whiskey to Crown Royal reserve.


200 to 500 trying to change people.

Do me a favor, make it 10% that and I have not wasted my youth, hmm?

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Chushin
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orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:

but money will never change me.


No, it wont.

But it will work as a giant lever when it comes to your strenghts and weaknesses.

Money does not change, it reveals.

My view is I did not come from money I grew up poor.

I really am simple pleasures and not ever been comfortable in setting of money.

My goals are always about being comfortable and not live paycheck to paycheck.


So?

I am not that different from you in that regard?

But take it from someone who made a bit too much too soon, you have weaknesses, in areas you dont suspect.

Why would you, without a giant lever they are irrelevant.

Maybe you believe in people a bit too much, maybe you think you can change them, does not have to be coke and whores.

You have one, you will find it and you will spend an amount on it you would not have thought possible.

I am just telling you, its there and its yours to deal with.

It may be true, and I appreciate the warning really.

I will say that my wife is very, very Mexican :) meaning she is very close with the money.

The only thing I really changed is I went from really cheap whiskey to Crown Royal reserve.


200 to 500 trying to change people.

Do me a favor, make it 10% that and I have not wasted my youth, hmm?


English, please?

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orion
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Chushin wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:

but money will never change me.


No, it wont.

But it will work as a giant lever when it comes to your strenghts and weaknesses.

Money does not change, it reveals.

My view is I did not come from money I grew up poor.

I really am simple pleasures and not ever been comfortable in setting of money.

My goals are always about being comfortable and not live paycheck to paycheck.


So?

I am not that different from you in that regard?

But take it from someone who made a bit too much too soon, you have weaknesses, in areas you dont suspect.

Why would you, without a giant lever they are irrelevant.

Maybe you believe in people a bit too much, maybe you think you can change them, does not have to be coke and whores.

You have one, you will find it and you will spend an amount on it you would not have thought possible.

I am just telling you, its there and its yours to deal with.

It may be true, and I appreciate the warning really.

I will say that my wife is very, very Mexican :) meaning she is very close with the money.

The only thing I really changed is I went from really cheap whiskey to Crown Royal reserve.


200 to 500 trying to change people.

Do me a favor, make it 10% that and I have not wasted my youth, hmm?


English, please?


I wasted a fortune on my idiocy.

If he were so kind as to only waste a middle class car, I would be most grateful, because it would make my youthful delusions serve some purpose.



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Chushin
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orion wrote:
Chushin wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:

but money will never change me.


No, it wont.

But it will work as a giant lever when it comes to your strenghts and weaknesses.

Money does not change, it reveals.

My view is I did not come from money I grew up poor.

I really am simple pleasures and not ever been comfortable in setting of money.

My goals are always about being comfortable and not live paycheck to paycheck.


So?

I am not that different from you in that regard?

But take it from someone who made a bit too much too soon, you have weaknesses, in areas you dont suspect.

Why would you, without a giant lever they are irrelevant.

Maybe you believe in people a bit too much, maybe you think you can change them, does not have to be coke and whores.

You have one, you will find it and you will spend an amount on it you would not have thought possible.

I am just telling you, its there and its yours to deal with.

It may be true, and I appreciate the warning really.

I will say that my wife is very, very Mexican :) meaning she is very close with the money.

The only thing I really changed is I went from really cheap whiskey to Crown Royal reserve.


200 to 500 trying to change people.

Do me a favor, make it 10% that and I have not wasted my youth, hmm?


English, please?


I wasted a fortune on my idiocy.

If he were so kind as to only waste a middle class car, I would be most grateful, because it would make my youthful delusions serve some purpose.




Thank you!

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Derek542
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orion wrote:
Chushin wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
orion wrote:
Derek542 wrote:

but money will never change me.


No, it wont.

But it will work as a giant lever when it comes to your strenghts and weaknesses.

Money does not change, it reveals.

My view is I did not come from money I grew up poor.

I really am simple pleasures and not ever been comfortable in setting of money.

My goals are always about being comfortable and not live paycheck to paycheck.


So?

I am not that different from you in that regard?

But take it from someone who made a bit too much too soon, you have weaknesses, in areas you dont suspect.

Why would you, without a giant lever they are irrelevant.

Maybe you believe in people a bit too much, maybe you think you can change them, does not have to be coke and whores.

You have one, you will find it and you will spend an amount on it you would not have thought possible.

I am just telling you, its there and its yours to deal with.

It may be true, and I appreciate the warning really.

I will say that my wife is very, very Mexican :) meaning she is very close with the money.

The only thing I really changed is I went from really cheap whiskey to Crown Royal reserve.


200 to 500 trying to change people.

Do me a favor, make it 10% that and I have not wasted my youth, hmm?


English, please?


I wasted a fortune on my idiocy.

If he were so kind as to only waste a middle class car, I would be most grateful, because it would make my youthful delusions serve some purpose.



1. I am coming into an increase in income, but later in life. After raising kids etc. I have lived a long life without "toys". Now I may buy a few, but by nature I loath wasting money.
2. I am happily married and mentally I am prepared for middle age. I stay in physical shape and do not feel I missed my youth. So mid-life crisis for me seems very unlikely.
3. My wife and I have been upper middle class for the past 7 years now, our debt to income ratio is ridiculous. We are buying a house and the lender was like you could buy this house with nothing down conventional loan. We just do not owe a ton of money and we are doing well.

So in all this regards going from say 250K a year to 500K plus a year. I dont see making all that much of a difference, other than my retirement is set :)

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Brother Chris
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DarkNinjaa wrote:
Brother Chris wrote:
DarkNinjaa wrote:
Good on Oprah for not making a scene though.


Went on American Main Stream TV...nope didn't make a scene...then admits it wasn't racist, just a misunderstanding.



She didn't make a scene in the fucking store.

If you had paid close attention to what I wrote, you would've realized that I was talking about her shopping/browsing experience.

But hey, I guess, the only thing you can read and comprehend is a fucking bible.


No small feat. Education would probably be better if the Bible was at least read in primary education. My point that you missed is that there was no scene to be made, but nevertheless she did make a scene about nothing on TV.

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Brother Chris
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LoRez wrote:
So yeah, these Kardashian people. I don't really know who they are or where they came from.

They don't seem to be from some rich/influential family [at least that I've ever heard of], they don't seem to be actors or singers or anything... so why does anyone care about them?


There father was an assistant to OJ's defense team. Mother divorced dad, married Bruce Jenner they women are socialites.

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Chushin
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Brother Chris wrote:
LoRez wrote:
So yeah, these Kardashian people. I don't really know who they are or where they came from.

They don't seem to be from some rich/influential family [at least that I've ever heard of], they don't seem to be actors or singers or anything... so why does anyone care about them?


There father was an assistant to OJ's defense team. Mother divorced dad, married Bruce Jenner they women are socialites.


Huh, learned something.

Thanks.

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