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Old 08-23-2009, 11:48 PM   #21
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I spent yesterday caring for my lady- she is disabled, so I spent the day doing laundry, cooking, grocery shopping, taking down/ putting up curtains, watering her flowers, changing bed linens, etc ad infinitum.

Today i spent helping my youngest son- water heater crapped out last night, so spent today with him buying a water heater, getting old one out, plumbing and electrical for new one(of course the damned thing is 1 INCH shorter than the old one, so had to go back and buy some 3/4 inch copper, elbows, fittings, etc) and hauling the old one to the dump. And along the way, teaching him how to cut pipe, ream, solder, etc

At the moment, I want to sit on my butt, have a Diet Pepsi, and roam thru the gun forums, since I did not go shooting this weekend. If that is an addiction, KMA.
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I remember when the high school put my son in Anger Management because he bounced a gang member's head off a desk for shoving him around. They did this without telling us, or even telling us about the incident in class. When we found out, I asked my son about it. He said, "I HATE Anger Management. It PISSES ME OFF!!"

I was actually rolling on the floor laughing out loud. We took him out of school the next day and he started working with me delivering restaurant kitchen installations, and I home schooled him at night. He kicked ass on the big AIMS test, and now he's been working for years as a heavy equipment mechanic. He went out and got the job starting as a lube assistant and worked his way up, learning to weld, etc. Schools nowadays need a serious dose of reality. Between that and lazy parenting, everybody's got some kind of excuse up their ass.
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:02 AM   #23
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I'm starting an OWA (Obama Worship Addiction) 12 step program, but I don't have any clients yet-they all seem to think they're normal...
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