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#78641 Jan 15, 2013
Matilda77 wrote:
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I *met* J on MySpace. I think "friending" kind of worked the same way on there, no? But another guy I met on there and briefly dated, I blocked him the second it went south.
I would be open to friending someone I had gone on 5 or 6 dates with. As you say, you can dink them from your friends list if things go south.

I would be annoyed if she was posting stuff to me all the time. I don't post much on there. My buddy was dating this crazy beyatch who was blowing up his wall and getting into fights and arguments with other women on his wall. It was so funny to observe, but Bambi and I were thinking, why is he dating someone like this. Fortunately, it didn't last.
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Greensboro, NC

#78642 Jan 15, 2013
Duh, du, du, du, duh!

<drools>

Toj

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Since: Jul 12

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#78643 Jan 15, 2013
This is why I do not get into FB all that much. That "friending" business beyond those that you actually know is silly.

Since: Jan 10

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#78644 Jan 15, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
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I would be open to friending someone I had gone on 5 or 6 dates with. As you say, you can dink them from your friends list if things go south.
I would be annoyed if she was posting stuff to me all the time. I don't post much on there. My buddy was dating this crazy beyatch who was blowing up his wall and getting into fights and arguments with other women on his wall. It was so funny to observe, but Bambi and I were thinking, why is he dating someone like this. Fortunately, it didn't last.
So it's good she was friends with him on FB, so her crazy was public and she couldn't hide it!

Since: Jan 10

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#78645 Jan 15, 2013
Toj wrote:
This is why I do not get into FB all that much. That "friending" business beyond those that you actually know is silly.
I accepted all kinds of friend requests when I was new to FB -- mostly, former coworkers and HS friends. I've since gone through and deleted a lot. AS in, "Oh, after we became FB friends, we never talked, so after two years, I'm cleaning this up a bit."

I wish FB would make it easier to delete friends. It's three clicks per friend now.

Since: Aug 08

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#78646 Jan 15, 2013
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
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So it's good she was friends with him on FB, so her crazy was public and she couldn't hide it!
Oh, we all got to see it first hand too...

We went out as a group one night and had a few drinks at my place before we left. She broke a glass (no big deal), but kept going on and on about how sorry she was ... to the point where it was annoying.

Then while we were out she for some inexplicable reason clawed my other buddy in the back ... so hard that it left scratch marks on him through his shirt. Guys wife, who was with us, was pissizzed. Just weird, that one.

We are kind of a close group ... we all ride together and go to the lake together ... go down to Myrtle together ... go out on the town and try to meet up about once a month for dinner. After that, we were all telling him he needs to lose that chick. It lasted a little longer as a booty call before he finally kicked her to the curb.

I must say, tho, that the facebook stuff was f'ing hilarious for me and Bambi. So bizarre.

Since: Jan 10

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#78647 Jan 15, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
After that, we were all telling him he needs to lose that chick. It lasted a little longer as a booty call before he finally kicked her to the curb.
That's what friends should do, IMHO. Be the voice of reason when you're thinking with your crotch.

Since: Mar 09

Miami, FL

#78648 Jan 15, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
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I would be open to friending someone I had gone on 5 or 6 dates with. As you say, you can dink them from your friends list if things go south.
Yeah, after 5-6 dates, sure. But not after zero dates.
:)

Since: Jan 10

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#78649 Jan 15, 2013
FWIW, if you read that story about the boy in Indiana who was abducted by his grandparents and he's been found 19 years later in Minnesota, please know that what you've read probably is wrong and misleading. The stories I've seen in non-Minnesota newspapers have been inaccurate and paint the grandparents as saints and the mother as a homeless person living in her car.(Something she did do for *three days* while waiting for housing to open up.)

AFter she got back on her feet and got an apartment, the courts said she deserved to work on getting her son back full time (she had him on weekends so she could focus on employment), and that's when the grandparents took off.

“A Programmer is not in IT!”

Since: Feb 09

Neda, stay with me! Charlie

#78650 Jan 15, 2013
This is what her lawyer is saying, there is no proof of any of that yet.
I also read she is mildly retarded (other words used).
Much to this story, and I am favoring nobody.
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
FWIW, if you read that story about the boy in Indiana who was abducted by his grandparents and he's been found 19 years later in Minnesota, please know that what you've read probably is wrong and misleading. The stories I've seen in non-Minnesota newspapers have been inaccurate and paint the grandparents as saints and the mother as a homeless person living in her car.(Something she did do for *three days* while waiting for housing to open up.)
AFter she got back on her feet and got an apartment, the courts said she deserved to work on getting her son back full time (she had him on weekends so she could focus on employment), and that's when the grandparents took off.

Since: Jan 10

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#78651 Jan 15, 2013
RACE wrote:
This is what her lawyer is saying, there is no proof of any of that yet.
I also read she is mildly retarded (other words used).
Much to this story, and I am favoring nobody.
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Not just her lawyer, but the cops involved as well.

I would prefer that the grandparents be sent to prison until they die.

“...,to wit”

Since: Jun 09

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#78652 Jan 15, 2013
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
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Not just her lawyer, but the cops involved as well.
I would prefer that the grandparents be sent to prison until they die.
Chicago papers were saying that the boys father was not in the picture. That presumably would be the grandparents son.
It would be awfully hard to hide 19 years when they were able to track the boy through his social security number, which means someone knew the number.
Separate and apart from the grandparents actions, it doesn't sound like anyone was looking for the kid too hard.

FYI, if you know someone's SS# and have a valid reason to search for them, you can send a letter to the IRS who will send a letter to the last employer who shows wages paid in on that number and tell the "lost " person someone is looking for him.

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Wilmington, IL

#78653 Jan 15, 2013
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
FWIW, if you read that story about the boy in Indiana who was abducted by his grandparents and he's been found 19 years later in Minnesota, please know that what you've read probably is wrong and misleading. The stories I've seen in non-Minnesota newspapers have been inaccurate and paint the grandparents as saints and the mother as a homeless person living in her car.(Something she did do for *three days* while waiting for housing to open up.)
AFter she got back on her feet and got an apartment, the courts said she deserved to work on getting her son back full time (she had him on weekends so she could focus on employment), and that's when the grandparents took off.
There are three sides to every story.
Only one is the truth.

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Since: Dec 08

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#78654 Jan 15, 2013
Sweet. So I've got a Sony smart tv wirlessly connected to my home network. There's all sorts of apps on it, but nothing tat I use too much. You tube is one of them. I rarely use t cause its kind of cumbesome navigating with th remote control. Just stated playing with the playlist feture on the youtube web site. I add a video to my playlist and can pull the lst up on the tv.

Woo hoo! Watching a Pearl Jam live concert film dvd on my tv thru youtube.

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Wilmington, IL

#78655 Jan 16, 2013

“...,to wit”

Since: Jun 09

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#78656 Jan 16, 2013
Thanks Dog

Since: Jan 10

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#78657 Jan 16, 2013
Speaking of videos, google "Thrift shop" and watch the video. AWEsome. stuff.

“I Am Mine”

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#78658 Jan 16, 2013
the world gets dumber and dumber every day.

http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/01/15/pare...

Since: Jan 10

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#78659 Jan 16, 2013
Race, et al. This is fascinating. Finnish sniper killed 700 Russians (WWII) in 100 days. With no scope.

http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/featured...

AFter one guy shot the sniper's jaw off, the sniper killed him before h passed out. Amazing.

Since: Jan 10

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#78660 Jan 16, 2013
Mister Tonka wrote:
the world gets dumber and dumber every day.
http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/01/15/pare...
I hate hate hate the whole "zero tolerance" nonsense.

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