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Old 05-12-2011, 05:52 AM   #41
RIP my good and faithful dog.
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What the heck does that mean? Why do I always seem so confused?

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I love the brotherhood here. That includes the ladies as well.

I dont have much of a life between working and going to school and yet I fill as though I do by simply reading these posts.

I enjoy seeing how people here feel about veterans and the wounded coming home, as I am cripped up from the service, this brings a tear to my eye. You are all great folks and I appreciate all you do for all they need help.

In short, I effin love this place and all you folks.
I agree. I live a pretty boring life. But the comraderie and interaction I get from FTF makes me feel like a have a whole bunch of friends. And there is no one I admire more than a service man who's seen action. VietNam era vets are my nearest and dearest but I'll honor any of you all.

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I don't own her nor do I own her image.
Once I was with a group of friends, one man mentioned his wife was going to visit family for the weekend. Another guy said "Are you going to let her do that?" Husband #1's reply was "I signed a marriage certificate, not a deed of ownership. She can visit her family whenever she wants." I wanted to hug him.



*Wondering why I can't find a good man.*
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Once I was with a group of friends, one man mentioned his wife was going to visit family for the weekend. Another guy said "Are you going to let her do that?" Husband #1's reply was "I signed a marriage certificate, not a deed of ownership. She can visit her family whenever she wants." I wanted to hug him.



*Wondering why I can't find a good man.*
Unfortuantely, there are alot of guys out there who are insecure with their own existence. I am saying that a true alpha male looks far beyond original outward appearance. He looks for intelligence first and mental stability second. The offspring will never be idiots or "damaged" if the Man does it right.
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