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Child proof caps have ruined my Happiness
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February 31
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  1. Put him to sleep

    09 February 2012 - 10:47 AM

    So after 3 months of not being himself, we brought my golden retriever to the vet so he could "Be put to sleep". They said he had cancer and he was to far a long in it to intervene. It was hard to say goodbye and impossible to want to watch them "putting him to sleep". No matter how you phrase it, killing your dog is still sad and depressing. It kind of sounds like when you want to hide death from a kid and you say "he ran away". The next logical question is, "Will he come back?" And of course the euphemism falls apart. Also pardon me if i use some, I have taken off from work today to do this and I am a bit off.

    I despise hiding what you want to say behind colorful phrases that just dance around the topic. Things such as , "She slept with him" are pretty bad also. I mean they did not get in their PJs and decide to take a nap together.

    But our language is covered with these things. Adult Entertainment, Neutralize, and many others come to mind.

    So besides my depressing rant, what are some of your most hated ways of coloring a conversation to not sound so real and to the point.

  2. Getting back into the game

    31 January 2012 - 07:46 AM

    So a long time ago I used these forums a lot. Paintball was what i loved and was a sole obsession of mine. I played whenever I got money, tried my hand at reffing, owned almost every gun under the sun, and got into fights with the moderators about threads that in retrospect where kind of pointless. You guys remember that thread. So eventually I stopped, you can see when my posts died off that is when I just left. But as of recent I met some people who heard I liked paintball a while back and we all decided to have some fun at a nice field. The problem is all of my stuff is gone/sold. I remember paintball used to cost a good amount of money, but after the 2008 economic problems, is it any better? If i go out and buy a tippman a5/98c(they still make those right?) and buy some anti fog goggles, it shouldnt be too bad? I ask because going on actionvillage now looks so different. Even this webpage looks really different.

    For those of you who remember me, i used to love high end paintball guns. Now however I would prefer something a little (well in my case a lot) less expensive and just as reliable.

    Thanks for reading.

    Also on an unrelated paintball note. Remember the ep vs mechanical gun wars on these forums? Those were fun.

  3. Aquapods great invention or greatest?

    28 August 2011 - 07:39 PM

    So I wanted a blast of fun with a fun shape and some health to boot and I thought what can I do? All looked hopeless until I found Aquapods. BEST IDEA EVER
    That is when all of my prayers have been answered. It was like there was a party in my mouth and everyone was invited.
    So my question to you. Aquapods, great invention or greatest.


    I wanted to post in this thread and I couldnt http://forum.special...ic=186656&st=15 . That made me a sad panda(Keep in mind i have not used these forums in year)



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    23 May 2008 - 19:22
    haven't seen you post for a looooooooong time whats up?
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    05 Jul 2007 - 12:24
    you are the highest posted member- 2nd in all- nice man!
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    02 Jul 2007 - 17:40
    Congrats on your 10,000 man. May you have many more.
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    26 Jun 2007 - 08:55
    Just stopped by to light up the rating bar. GWAC.
    Great forum member with strong product knowledge.
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