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04 June 2008 - 06:29 PMI got broken up with over AIM , which I guess is like half way between a text message and over the phone lol.
AIM is actually worse. Its the only type of communication in which you can say something to someone and sign off and they can't respond. Pretty much the wimpiest/worst way ever to dump anyone.
And don't worry Bob. The more you date, the easier it gets. Soon you'll have it down to a "T".
I'm lucky my ex wasn't that cruel to just sign off on me then. She actually asked if I was alright before signing off and going night-night.
Buy yeah, don't worry too much about it Bobbjoe. Things will settle down and it's not like you MEANT to hurt anyone, you just didn't want her to have to worry about things until tomorrow came. You had good intentions, things just didn't work out quite like you planned (but the cup is still a good idea for now lol).
EDIT: Fixed a stupid grammar mistake
04 June 2008 - 05:47 PM
I really didn't have a choice, it was either leave her wondering what I was going to say, or do it over the phone. God, at least I didn't do it through a text message.
thats true. doing it through a text is even worse, almost as bad as doing it over myspace.
don't i know the truth
I got broken up with over AIM , which I guess is like half way between a text message and over the phone lol.
04 June 2008 - 04:15 PMOk, I have read a few ideas on this forum and I just woke up for work not but 30 mins ago, so now hear this. There is only one thing that will PREVENT marker theft. Everyone here thinks about how to get the stuff back, how to make it unusable or how to catch them with it. The answer is simple and will cut down on clutter considerably. Purchase two tough-boxes from Lowe's or Home Depot, The boxes come in Small "too small" Medium "Just barely big enough" and Big "Oh yeah big enough" I took my two large Stanley tough boxes, spray painted them to our specialized camouflage color and got simple combo locks for them. First all of my markers and gear are kept in these boxes and the lock is on the box, friends and teammates know the number, Second thing to know is that all of my serial numbers are written down, with receipts of purchase AND all my markers have our "DHL/NLD" lasered onto them "Only $4.00 per marker" Prevention is the key and prevention is the topic, this isn't called "how to recover lost stuff" Keep it locked and keep it organized. I could of course leave my Spyder SE "worth about $550" on the table at the field and know it would always be there when I returned, why? Cause first everyone knows who I am and second...I cover the area around my marker with anti-personnel mines and booby traps that I bought second hand off of Puzuma
Last time I went to my field there was a group of 5 or 6 seasoned looking players using Tough Boxes (or something similar) like PinDrop said. They put a simple padlock on it and left. The thing was too big for anyone to try and lug over to the parking area, and it was secure enough that no one (or at least no one smart) would try and break into it. It seemed to have worked pretty good.
Also, you can fix the people stealing your paint problem even easier. Take your (I'm assuming) good paint, and stick it in a Monster Balls box.
04 June 2008 - 05:28 AMI'm trying to think of something witty, yet I can't seem to think of words that express how messed up that is.
I'm gonna go with:
I almost feel bad for the wall...almost.
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