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    Thoughts to ponder

    I'm trying to decide whether it's worse to be ambivalent or a procrastinator. I don't have time right now though. Maybe later, if I care by then.

    Oh, the torture.
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    Your ambivalence sounds like a personal problem and nothing over which I'll lose sleep, you whiner. But I'm here when you need a pal and I'll get back to you with my thoughts about your procrastination.
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    I'm inclined to comment on this, but just don't decide if I should take time to do it now!
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    The worst is to be both, but not acknowledge either, thus making everything everyone else's fault.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jer View Post
    The worst is to be both, but not acknowledge either, thus making everything everyone else's fault.

    -J.
    Actually, that might be the perfect answer. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Artillian View Post
    I'm trying to decide whether it's worse to be ambivalent or a procrastinator. I don't have time right now though. Maybe later, if I care by then.

    Oh, the torture.
    Really though, I don't think much about your problems and I have plenty of time to wait for you figure them out.

    Maybe a phrase that came to mind in my late teens could help, "All things come to he who waits, but are lost to he who hesitates."





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    Quote Originally Posted by HydroHarold View Post
    Really though, I don't think much about your problems and I have plenty of time to wait for you figure them out.

    Maybe a phrase that came to mind in my late teens could help, "All things come to he who waits, but are lost to he who hesitates."





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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    What about the she's and the what is it?
    My quotation was inspired long before the current generation of weak minded individuals that let the PC crowd take over the entire U.S. of A's mindset. We KNEW who was she-ed and he-ed back then and who could do what with what they were supposed to have. Today one has to have new aquaintenances fill out a form before "goin' among 'em".

    (Seems folks today have forgotten all the stuff non-political correctness gained civilization back when AND how much individuality has been lost so quickly!)
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    Dear Reasonable People,

    I am confident that if we, the critically thinking, hard working, honest, kind, caring people of the world stay the course, and continue to raise offspring that have similar values, we will be rewarded. Those whom are entitled, lazy, and lack life skills (or #skillz, as they would spell it, on twatter), will eventually be left for dead, using their last breath to ask "I thought you said you'd take care of me".

    Teach your kids to chop some wood, drive a nail, filet a fish, cook themselves dinner, wash their own clothes, drive courteously, to not point a gun at anything or anyone that they don't intend to kill, and that actions have consequences - some positive, some negative. That way, in 20yrs you're likely to have people at your Christmas dinner table that you're proud of, vs. having them living in your basement, while they game, and smoke that funny smelling tobacco in your backyard with their friends who work with them at EB Games.

    Happy Friday!!

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    You are correct Jer. But I am just LAZY. Hard to get me to decide if I want to get my posterior up from where I sit. And once I decide to get up, I'm still not sure that I am going to.
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