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Off-Topic / Re: I've been with my guy for almost 5 years.
« on: December 08, 2010, 06:52:57 am »Message ID: 282404
5 years together (and still getting along), one child(another on the way), and buying a house me it sounds like you are married sans decree and ring.  Is there a huge age difference between the two of you?  Have you been living together for five years?  Do you get along with each others parents? If you have lived together for 6 months, in Colorado, you are considered married.

« on: December 07, 2010, 08:31:32 am »Message ID: 281759
My wife is a cancer survivor and swears by organic food to the point of going overboard...fruits and vegetables yes...toilet paper and tooth paste-no. Death is inevitable and we are constantly finding out about something new that is bound to kill us. Live life to it's fullest and enjoy every day because it is a gift.  Worrying about every little thing is not living a full life...use common sense.

Off-Topic / Re: what do u do for ur spouse to show that u still think that they are just as gooh
« on: December 06, 2010, 09:42:16 am »Message ID: 281249
Flowers once every six weeks, greeting card once per month, get away for lunch every two weeks, date night once per month, Saturday morning snuggling/mooning, thoughtful gifts on non-descript anniversarys, stumbling over "kissing spots" everywhere, listening and being attentive, giving her time with the girls and not having an ounce of jealousy in my body.

Off-Topic / Re: Favorite Christmas song
« on: December 06, 2010, 09:37:31 am »Message ID: 281247
I am not in the Christmas mood until I hear Bruce Springstein's version of "Santa Clause is coming to town" and always crack up when Bruce asks Clarence if he's been good and is going to get a new saxophone for Christmas!  Ho-ho-ho! Merry Christmas!

Off-Topic / Re: How many times have u bn married?
« on: December 06, 2010, 09:32:50 am »Message ID: 281245
I waited till I was 31, somewhat financially secure, and was extremely detail oriented when dating so as to uncover anything that may have caused our marriage not to work. 17 years later and going strong.  The only mistake was I asked about her parents, both deceased, but failed to ask about siblings...six alcoholic never-do-goods...2 of whom are in and out of jail!  We will survive!

Off-Topic / Re: Have you ever had your clothes dry cleaned?
« on: December 06, 2010, 09:23:22 am »Message ID: 281234
I go to the drycleaners every 2-3 weeks.  I was using a lady who had just opened shop but she lost my business when she couldn't process my credit card, wouldn't accept a check, and I had to drive home to get another credit card...while balancing precariously on crutches due to a broken foot.  I now go to a place that is 30% more expensive but knows me by name, comes to my car to pick-up/drop off my drycleaning and bills me monthly. Service is key!

« on: December 06, 2010, 09:18:40 am »Message ID: 281230
Compassion, empathy, a warm heart, listening skills, love for 97% of the human race.  From a physical stand point: my warm brown eyes convey truthfulness and a caring attitude.

Off-Topic / Re: Hey Guys! How often do you get your woman Flowers?
« on: December 06, 2010, 08:51:22 am »Message ID: 281219
I get my wife flowers about every six weeks...delivered to her work.  This random act of love sets off a chain reaction of nice gestures throughout her office.  Plus a happy wife leads to a happier husband.  Even in tough financial times I was able to scrape enough together to get a single flower. Thanks to this post for reminding me to get my wife some flowers today!  Keep'n the love alive!

« on: December 06, 2010, 08:33:34 am »Message ID: 281206
I am going to focus on building healthy habits: working out once per day, eating 6 healthy small meals, spending one hour per day making money, spending one hour per day figuring out how to make additional money, keeping my mind sharp with reading a book per month and taking a 2 classes in 2011, donating some time to charity, and doing my job better.

Off-Topic / Re: Is Spanking Your Child considered child abuse
« on: December 06, 2010, 08:27:33 am »Message ID: 281202
I think that spanking is somewhat archaic.  I have a 11 and 13 year old and haven't had to administer any kind of physical punishment.  Listening to a child, discussing problem behavior and its ramifications, letting them know the dissappointment you feel when they make poor choices, and showing them as much love as possible has been effective in my life.

Off-Topic / Re: All nighters
« on: December 06, 2010, 08:23:21 am »Message ID: 281198
I pulled a 72 hour all nighter when finishing college, a 48 hour all nighter when moving from Florida, and have graduated to 96 hour all nighters working two jobs. I am currently injured so I am only working one job which limits my all nighters to one a month...usually partying with my wife.

Off-Topic / Re: do you do surveys?
« on: December 06, 2010, 08:19:33 am »Message ID: 281196
I attempt 3 surveys per day. One on this site and one on another two sites but generally only get accepted for one survey every 2-3 days.  Paid to clicks are usually more advantageous from a cash per hour perspective but only when I am working at my job. It is like giving myself a raise and I really don't have to think about what I am doing when I click.

« on: December 06, 2010, 08:15:31 am »Message ID: 281192
I average about 90 minutes/day.  On days off I can put in about two hours and I put about 30 minutes in when I am at work. I am injured right now so I am not working a 2nd job...which usually cuts me down to about 15 minutes per day. Fusion has been a consistent source of 17 cents per day...I refrain from surveys because of the turn down rate. I attempt one per day.

Off-Topic / Re: Happy I can stay home with my son and make money!
« on: December 06, 2010, 07:51:43 am »Message ID: 281173
The extra cash made from FC and about 20 other sites allows us to enjoy our vacations a bit more as well as letting me play with investments a bit.  It doesn't pay as well as a regular job but does allow me some flexibility and I don't need a 2nd and 3rd job! Good luck in your pursuits and have a great day!

Off-Topic / Re: Who taught you how to drive?
« on: December 06, 2010, 07:48:31 am »Message ID: 281166
One of my 7th grade friends, Jim Watson (who went on to become an all-star stock car driver) taught me stick when we took my dad's car(he was out of town.  I learned how to drive automatic by the time I was 12 by watching my parents.

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