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  • Han1977
    started a topic Hi from Indonesia, a n00b in this group.

    Hi from Indonesia, a n00b in this group.

    Hi, I'm a n00b in this group, because I reach 40 last year. From 6 to 20 something, I know what I had to do for sure, which is study to get a good grade, go to good university, get your degree and got a job. I came from a poor family, so I don't want to mess up my parent's effort to provide good formal education for me.

    From 20-30, well actually until the last few years, I'm busy with getting a job, working, get it done, saving, take a loan to buy a house, get your kids to good school, etc.

    Now at 40, things already work just fine. I just have to keep my job and makes me have more time to ponder. What should I do now? Is there something more to life than just surviving?

  • RRicho
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    Originally posted by Han1977 View Post

    Talking about trying new hobby, I'm planning to join a 10K this year. I think it's less dangerous compared to bike racing.

    I'll watch

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  • Han1977
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    Originally posted by RRicho View Post
    Discover some spare time hobbies would be a good suggestion.
    Talking about trying new hobby, I'm planning to join a 10K this year. I think it's less dangerous compared to bike racing.

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  • SpacemanBiff
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    think "fear of dogs", cynophobia, spelled backwards (dyslexic). "Dog" spelled backwards is God. God-fearing people are religious. Thus the other forum.

    Yes, this is how my mind works.

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  • RRicho
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    Originally posted by SpacemanBiff View Post

    Do dyslexic scibohponyc go in there?

    (If you understand that line, you are my type of person.)

    I'll have to check my slang dictionary before I touch that line ....

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  • SpacemanBiff
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    Originally posted by RRicho View Post


    No heated debates here, only friendly banter ...... you want heated go to the Philosophy and Religion forum ( I'm too timid to venture in there without body armor and earplugs) ?
    Do dyslexic scibohponyc go in there?

    (If you understand that line, you are my type of person.)

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  • RRicho
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    Originally posted by Han1977 View Post
    Haha, thanks, I began to enjoy the banter in the forum. It's been years since I active in an online forum. I miss the heated debates.

    No heated debates here, only friendly banter ...... you want heated go to the Philosophy and Religion forum ( I'm too timid to venture in there without body armor and earplugs) ?

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  • chardie
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    My tap water is heated and that's about all I like heated

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  • Han1977
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    Haha, thanks, I began to enjoy the banter in the forum. It's been years since I active in an online forum. I miss the heated debates.

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  • DrDarrell
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    Friends,

    welcome to the club. I hope we are more entertaining then what you are use too.

    Have a great day.

    dr. Darrell of Michigan.

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  • SpacemanBiff
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    Originally posted by RRicho View Post


    Relax your muscles and you'll only feel a pin prick .... surely you have been told that.
    ...I need some information, just the basic facts....

    Yeah, I heard that somewhere. There is no pain.

    (Actually, I don't mind blood at all. Muscles, ligaments, tendons do gross me out)

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  • Han1977
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    There was this young nurse, who drew blood for the first times. Still fresh from the school, with all the smile and gentleness, remind you of a picture of the Blessed Virgin Mary . She carefully tried to insert the needle. I mean really carefully, like the needle slowly break the skin and enter your vein.

    "Oh wait, why the blood doesn't come out?", she said.

    She quickly apologized and pulled the needle for the second attempt.

    I prefer a quick jab than a gentle one.
    Last edited by Han1977; 01-17-2018, 02:03 AM.

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  • RRicho
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    Originally posted by SpacemanBiff View Post
    Gentler? Is there such a thing when it comes to jabbing a needle in?

    Relax your muscles and you'll only feel a pin prick .... surely you have been told that.

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  • SpacemanBiff
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    Gentler? Is there such a thing when it comes to jabbing a needle in?

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  • RRicho
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    Originally posted by SpacemanBiff View Post
    AllI know about nurses lately is they have had to draw blood from me the past couple visits to the doctor. So, I am seeing red.
    Think yourself lucky, nurses are much gentler than doctors when giving injection of taking blood samples.

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