Re: A Wasted Life
- From: d wells <d.wells40@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 14:58:24 -0400
On Sun, 22 Jul 2007 11:05:40 -0700, PusBag <PusBag@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I've just recently returned to the US
after nearly six years in foreign service.
I've banked a lot of coin doing some
dangerous work and have a nice nest egg
that will bring me the luxury of free time
and time to pursue interests other than the
drudgery of some banal job. I have so many stories
of the places I've been and the people I've met that
I just feel compelled to share them here. But
that is for another day.
It's good to have you back and I look forward to hearing the many
stories you have to tell.
Too many people come here and have absolutely nothing to say.
Admittedly, I'm one of them. My only saving grace -- and even that is
questionable -- is that I'm honest regarding my lack of usefulness as
it applies to fitness and diet or anything else that might be helpful
to this group.
(Sometimes I wonder if I wouldn't be doing everybody here a favor if I
didn't just finally break down and get a blogspot account that I fill
with entries I've stolen from other sites. At least the membership
would know then, without even having to pause and wonder, about any
contribution I might be on the verge of making.)
Since you've been away awhile, I want to take a moment and warn you of
some changes that have happened these last six years, while you were
away, banking coin, and apparently without Usenet access.
MFW is not the friendly place it used to be. You'll find that there
are people here now that will jump all over statements like:
We ended our chat, he later closed up
the gym and he hopped on his bicycle to ride back to his
roach infested apartment over the deli.
They'll question how you know where the guy's apartment is and how you
know it's roach infested. Then they'll suggest that maybe you had a
closeup view of the roaches due to a particular position you were in.
Those people will not speak in euphamisms like I do. Those people go
by many names -- Sam Sloan, Jack Mehoffer, Al Fitness, The Rose, to
name a few -- but they're all the same guy.
I couldn't help but notice that you seem to have a hatred for people
with kidney problems. Would I be correct in guessing that your six
years in foreign service was spent smuggling dialysis machines out of
the former Soviet Union? I realize that's an odd thought to have, but
it makes as much sense as anything else.
What's the moral of the story? I can't believe how many
hours of my life I wasted in the gym.
Get out of the gym and live a life.
Just thought I would share my thoughts
It looks like you posted at 12:54, 1:17, and 2:05. I'm guessing you'd
save more time and have more of a life if you'd stay of out Usenet.
I'm not telling you what to do. I'm just sharing my thoughts.
Again, welcome back.
It's been a slow ten days.
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