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06-26-2014 05:03 PM
sharkbait
Re: Rediscovering one's "Self"

I was never able to get good wifi on Patpong road, although the other attractions did make up for it.
06-26-2014 07:23 AM
aeventyr60
Re: Rediscovering one's "Self"

Quote:
Originally Posted by tdw View Post
The parade of Last Bastions is beginning to look like a Bangkok traffic jam.
The Bangkok traffic jam is much preferable, at least you can stop at a girly bar and get free wifi.
06-26-2014 01:19 AM
MedSailor
Re: Rediscovering one's "Self"

Quote:
Originally Posted by tgzzzz View Post
blah... blah... blah... me... me... me.. blah... blah... blah...
I bet you're fun to have at a party.

MedSailor
06-26-2014 12:14 AM
christian.hess
Re: Rediscovering one's "Self"

Quote:
Originally Posted by tgzzzz View Post
I see you have this all figured out but Cap, and I mean this in the nicest possible way: You have posted 20 something times across the board here in the last 24 hours. I get you are not jumping my bones and that's not my comment. Here's my comment: WTF are you thinking posting 24 times a day? Donna, close yer ears: WTF are you thinking sir?

Fuggitabout my grumpy ass, do you think we're all hanging here waiting for you to dump a load of wisdom like some seagull overhead?

Man, Sir, Dude I don't get it. What in the world would empower someone [you] to post 20 times in 24 hours and think it's OK?

My original bitch about the OP was just that ... a comment, but now that you have taken it upon yerself to straighten things out ... man o man: WTF are you thinking?

I repeat: 20 posts in 24 hours????????????????????????????? Are you a honey bee?

You signed on last year. Bet you've wondered how we made it this long without you.

[Mr Bubs, this is what I mean about calling BS. Is that enuf 'splaining for you Lucy?]


JAJAJAJAJA
1. since you hide behind a fake name with nothing to answer too I wont bother.
2. its the insolent pricks like you that make this site, other forums a nuissance...not me.
3. if you would learn how to read you would see that in no place or time did I insult you, unlike you.
4.your right I shouldnt post as much as I do...sometimes in life as you should know things change...
5. you should get laid, whatever you are...seems you are wound up a bit too tight.

take care whatever tgzzz means
06-25-2014 10:51 PM
oysterman23
Re: Rediscovering one's "Self"

There's a fine bit of verbage performed with nice irony by Chief Dan George in "the Outlaw Josie Wales" refering to what the indians had done as they were repeatedly faced with white contempt and military defeat... He says they "endeavoured to persevere"......
sometimes as im idling out the creek just to be away from earth awhile...that phrase gets me smiling to recognize having the privelege of handling any kind of boat at all is a wonderful freedom not available to most of mankind.
06-25-2014 10:31 PM
tgzzzz
Re: Rediscovering one's "Self"

Quote:
Originally Posted by christian.hess View Post
the issue is it seems you think you are the only one, the last bastion as you say has a lot more people who think like that...than you think.

perhaps one needs to think outside the box a bit more and understand you are not the only one

respectfully

ps. I agree...however, head nodding isnt whats going on here, you can see there are various interpretations of the ops post, and varied responses spanning many generations, in fact I think 3 generations have responded with interesting thoughts and opinions.

peace
I see you have this all figured out but Cap, and I mean this in the nicest possible way: You have posted 20 something times across the board here in the last 24 hours. I get you are not jumping my bones and that's not my comment. Here's my comment: WTF are you thinking posting 24 times a day? Donna, close yer ears: WTF are you thinking sir?

Fuggitabout my grumpy ass, do you think we're all hanging here waiting for you to dump a load of wisdom like some seagull overhead?

Man, Sir, Dude I don't get it. What in the world would empower someone [you] to post 20 times in 24 hours and think it's OK?

My original bitch about the OP was just that ... a comment, but now that you have taken it upon yerself to straighten things out ... man o man: WTF are you thinking?

I repeat: 20 posts in 24 hours????????????????????????????? Are you a honey bee?

You signed on last year. Bet you've wondered how we made it this long without you.

[Mr Bubs, this is what I mean about calling BS. Is that enuf 'splaining for you Lucy?]


JAJAJAJAJA
06-25-2014 07:22 PM
tdw
Re: Rediscovering one's "Self"

The parade of Last Bastions is beginning to look like a Bangkok traffic jam.
06-25-2014 04:14 PM
christian.hess
Re: Rediscovering one's "Self"

wise words my friend...

I know a lot of mechanics who think that way...while doing the stuff its like rebuilding a life, take it apart fix what needs to be fixed and get it all back together and bam your in business

I love rebuilding engines

it never ceases to amaze me when an engine kicks over after a rebuild...despite doing it myself I really never beleive it when it braaps to life!

jajaja
06-25-2014 04:03 PM
appick
Re: Rediscovering one's "Self"

I'm coming late to the little get together but I'll say this.

Does your boat have an engine?

Good take it apart. I mean all the way every nut bolt, screw, spring, bearing, gasket, ect.

Ok now put it back together replacing any bad or worn out parts. Put in all new gaskets and seals. You'll learn alot about yourself and how you deal with bad situations. In the end when you've put it back together for the third time to fix all the things you screwed up the first two times, you'll have the added benefit of a rebuilt or at least serviced engine. You'll have learned how to save your future self lots of money and hopefully fed that curiosity.

I do some of my best thinking in the garage/ contorted around the engine compartment.
06-25-2014 02:58 PM
christian.hess
Re: Rediscovering one's "Self"

ajajajajaajaja
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