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  1. #46

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomad 11 View Post
    ok just tell me right up front what i did to make you hate me. come on ? no beating around the bush now ?
    ...sounds like you need a hug, Bro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Escape View Post
    Lots of people want to be rich. Otherwise they wouldnít sell so many lotto tickets. I donít buy them. I donít like playing games I always louse at.
    Sort of like when I dig a 61 on my AT Pro, knowing its a pull tab but you never know and AAARRRGHHHH! it always IS a pull tab! LOL
    HH
    dts
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    Sometimes the only thing you need in life to succeed is ambition.
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  4. #49
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    Quote Originally Posted by Escape View Post
    Sometimes the only thing you need in life to succeed is ambition.
    well ? i used to have ambition ! the only way i can explain it is ? have you ever seen a dog chasing its tail ?

  5. #50
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    Quote Originally Posted by T.C. View Post
    ...sounds like you need a hug, Bro.
    naaa ! that wont fix nuthin.
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  6. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomad 11 View Post
    naaa ! that wont fix nuthin.
    naaa! Hugs are good, regardless what they're for.
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  7. #52
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    Quote Originally Posted by pepperj View Post
    naaa! Hugs are good, regardless what they're for.
    naaaa ! its a false sense of security i.e delusion !!!!

  8. #53
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    As long as they are not picking your pocket while hugging you, hugs are good.

    We had our own business, it required all of our time and enegery, and money to start it. There were sacrifices we all had to make, it wasn't easy. Finally things started going well, and people use to say "if i had your money...". They had no idea what we had to do or give up to get to that point. They probably would not have done it. But there is a certain satisfaction in working hard for and attaining a goal.

    I don't want more in life than i can use or take care of. I don't want a huge house(s) that i get lost in & have to hire people to take care of. And as my husband use to say, "you can only eat and drink so much".

    Maybe those that worked to have stuff, don't want the extra burden of having to take care of more than they need.
    I can't see impressing others with all the stuff you can buy, not my thing.
    I can't drive more than one car at a time. Excess doesn't always bring happiness.
    I would like to be able to pay my bills and enjoy myself with out having to worry if people are ripping me off.
    You do have to spend your money wisely, it goes where you spend it with out protest.







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  9. #54
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    Quote Originally Posted by Msbeepbeep View Post
    As long as they are not picking your pocket while hugging you, hugs are good.

    We had our own business, it required all of our time and enegery, and money to start it. There were sacrifices we all had to make, it wasn't easy. Finally things started going well, and people use to say "if i had your money...". They had no idea what we had to do or give up to get to that point. They probably would not have done it. But there is a certain satisfaction in working hard for and attaining a goal.

    I don't want more in life than i can use or take care of. I don't want a huge house(s) that i get lost in & have to hire people to take care of. And as my husband use to say, "you can only eat and drink so much".

    Maybe those that worked to have stuff, don't want the extra burden of having to take care of more than they need.
    I can't see impressing others with all the stuff you can buy, not my thing.
    I can't drive more than one car at a time. Excess doesn't always bring happiness.
    I would like to be able to pay my bills and enjoy myself with out having to worry if people are ripping me off.
    You do have to spend your money wisely, it goes where you spend it with out protest.







    Sent from my VS810PP using Tapatalk
    I've been self employed for 26 years, and I've heard that saying many times...." If I had your money". My response is... Take the bills and responsibility that goes with it.
    I get no company 401k or profit sharing. No paid holidays or sick days.
    When you run a business, you are not only responsible for your well being but also the well-being of your employees and their family, yet everyone thinks we make all the money on the backs of everyone else.
    Try it yourself, then we'll talk!
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  10. #55
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    Quote Originally Posted by Msbeepbeep View Post
    As long as they are not picking your pocket while hugging you, hugs are good.

    We had our own business, it required all of our time and enegery, and money to start it. There were sacrifices we all had to make, it wasn't easy. Finally things started going well, and people use to say "if i had your money...". They had no idea what we had to do or give up to get to that point. They probably would not have done it. But there is a certain satisfaction in working hard for and attaining a goal.

    I don't want more in life than i can use or take care of. I don't want a huge house(s) that i get lost in & have to hire people to take care of. And as my husband use to say, "you can only eat and drink so much".

    Maybe those that worked to have stuff, don't want the extra burden of having to take care of more than they need.
    I can't see impressing others with all the stuff you can buy, not my thing.
    I can't drive more than one car at a time. Excess doesn't always bring happiness.
    I would like to be able to pay my bills and enjoy myself with out having to worry if people are ripping me off.
    You do have to spend your money wisely, it goes where you spend it with out protest.







    Sent from my VS810PP using Tapatalk
    I've been self employed for 26 years, and I've heard that saying many times...." If I had your money". My response is... Take the bills and responsibility that goes with it.
    I get no company 401k or profit sharing. No paid holidays or sick days.
    When you run a business, you are not only responsible for your well being but also the well-being of your employees and their family, yet everyone thinks we make all the money on the backs of everyone else.
    Try it yourself, then we'll talk!

    Msbeepbeep is spot on!
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  11. #56
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    Quote Originally Posted by digger460 View Post
    You'll never see dirt under the finger nails of the "haves".
    That's because they wear gloves while detecting.
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  12. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by against the wind View Post
    That's because they wear gloves while detecting.
    yeah i dont know how M.J did it. he kept that one glove clean as can be. must have been the other one got dirty as heck and just threw it away.

  13. #58
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomad 11 View Post
    ok just tell me right up front what i did to make you hate me. come on ? no beating around the bush now ?
    I don't hate you. I don't know you. I even agree with you. When you called yourself stupid, and I'm looking at a post that demonstrates a disregard or lack of knowledge on something as simple as punctuation or capitalizing the first letter of a sentence, I was pointing out that you're not helping yourself.

    Haves and have-nots in metal detecting? I bought a new F75 a year ago, and believe me, I struggled with spending that kind of money on a toy. Not sorry I did, and I am looking forward to many more outings. Some of our fellow TNetters HAVE the higher tier machines, and after reading their posts, if I HAD the money, I would try them out. I don't know how they got to the point where they can lay out thousands for an armory filled with all the best. I hope they came by their play money honestly, ethically, and morally. No ill will towards them.

    I can tell you that HAVE NOT is relative. As Charlie pointed out, compared to Congo residents, the poorest in this country HAVE.

    The culture in this state is third world in it's acceptance of corruption and nepotism, a web of deceit, lies, and money, connecting CEO's of global corporations to the HAVE NOT population through the offer of "Good" jobs, that fall far short regarding wages. Enabling this "Glorious" economic boom are all of the community leaders with their hands out, looking the other way or actively participating in the game of becoming a HAVE MORE.

    All you need to succeed in corporate America, is learn the catch phrases, and live at work, believing ( that's key ) there is nothing more important than the corporation. Not family, not friends, not recreation ( unless it's the company picnic ), Church is OK if you go to the RIGHT church, but stop by after and check the numbers. Finding out you're working for the Mob raises an ethical decision. Try to quit, or stay there? Quitting can be a challenge, and they don't tell everyone they hire who they really are.

    So Nomad, I don't hate you at all. I, too ask myself out loud who all these people are who own all of the beach front homes, and what do they do that is worth that kind of income?


    "You pretend to pay us, we pretend to work." --- Former Soviet Citizen

  14. #59
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kray Gelder View Post
    I don't hate you. I don't know you. I even agree with you. When you called yourself stupid, and I'm looking at a post that demonstrates a disregard or lack of knowledge on something as simple as punctuation or capitalizing the first letter of a sentence, I was pointing out that you're not helping yourself.

    Haves and have-nots in metal detecting? I bought a new F75 a year ago, and believe me, I struggled with spending that kind of money on a toy. Not sorry I did, and I am looking forward to many more outings. Some of our fellow TNetters HAVE the higher tier machines, and after reading their posts, if I HAD the money, I would try them out. I don't know how they got to the point where they can lay out thousands for an armory filled with all the best. I hope they came by their play money honestly, ethically, and morally. No ill will towards them.

    I can tell you that HAVE NOT is relative. As Charlie pointed out, compared to Congo residents, the poorest in this country HAVE.

    The culture in this state is third world in it's acceptance of corruption and nepotism, a web of deceit, lies, and money, connecting CEO's of global corporations to the HAVE NOT population through the offer of "Good" jobs, that fall far short regarding wages. Enabling this "Glorious" economic boom are all of the community leaders with their hands out, looking the other way or actively participating in the game of becoming a HAVE MORE.

    All you need to succeed in corporate America, is learn the catch phrases, and live at work, believing ( that's key ) there is nothing more important than the corporation. Not family, not friends, not recreation ( unless it's the company picnic ), Church is OK if you go to the RIGHT church, but stop by after and check the numbers. Finding out you're working for the Mob raises an ethical decision. Try to quit, or stay there? Quitting can be a challenge, and they don't tell everyone they hire who they really are.

    So Nomad, I don't hate you at all. I, too ask myself out loud who all these people are who own all of the beach front homes, and what do they do that is worth that kind of income?
    well Krey i dont know who can relate ? i know everybody has their own problems. BUT the long and short of things are ? its hard for me to care about anything anymore let alone punctuation ! i'm trying to figure out problems in life. i have been let down and feel betrayed by doctors and lawyers. refer to my rantings in the health section. i dont begrudge anybody what they have if they earned it honestly along with the hard work. i myself feel cheated because nobody helps the stupid people. i could of had a better life if i had the right help and the right information. so i keep asking myself where were my rights. you said something in your one post that led me to believe you knew me. so when some one says something critical i want to know whos in my corner and who is against me. you see when somebody says something in an open forum you have to ask yourself how a person interprets something being their intelligence or their language skills are. oh one more thing. i'm trying to figure out is you refer to how corrupt you state is ? they say Illinois is the most corrupt state in the nation so try to relate in your mind to my way of thinking ? where or who gathers these statistics ? but most importantly who is looking out for the pee on's like me. any how that sets my mind at ease that you dont know me that you're jerking my chain. sorry for the blah,blah blah good luck detecting !

  15. #60
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    Quote Originally Posted by T.C. View Post
    ...sounds like you need a hug, Bro.
    please dont call me bro ! i have some very bad memories of family. can you say disfunction ?al ?
    Last edited by nomad 11; Mar 15, 2018 at 03:13 PM. Reason: why
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