So, how's your life?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Doc Holliday, Mar 14, 2010.

  1. Life's great, no problems!

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  2. Going pretty good

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  3. Same old, same old

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  4. Not the greatest

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  5. Life sucks, I hate everything and I'm miserable

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  1. Doc Holliday

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    So, what do you think? How's it going for ya right now?
     
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    The answers are so subjective as to make any answer meaningless.
     
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    I just take it one day at a time. :whistling:
     
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    I just called my boss, my one week mandatory time off (last week) looks like its going to be two...
     
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    Going pretty good.

    Because I don't like my job much any more and I really can't do much about it.
     
  8. Doc Holliday

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    What kind of choices did you want?
    'If you make more than x, and you have a house, and ....'

    BS.

    Of course the answers HAVE to be subjective to your own individual situation, every answer has meaning to the person who voted.
     
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    Things can always be better, but the mortgage and car are paid, no bill collectors are calling, and we're working on the credit cards. My job is very stable and I love my wife. We have a large amount of debt (associated with relocating across country) but all things being equal, I can't complain too loud, ya know?
     
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    And in the aggregate, are nothing more than mood ring.
     
  11. Zonny

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    Live dangerously. Shoot from the hip. It's not a test :wavey:
     
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    Mine is ok. I could use a lot more good. I'm fine financially, but a little low on friends and loved ones. Family is fine. I need to get into shape!

    Not to hijack the thread, but I have a question.

    Can anyone tell me how to start a new thread? (Maybe I dont have the privileges) I dont see how to do it anywhere. Thanks in advance.
     
  14. Zonny

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    Little blue box, near the top, left hand side.
     
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    I see a blue box that says "Post Reply" but not one that says "Start new thread" or "New Topic". TIA
     
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    Not the greatest... need to make some more money.
     
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    Going pretty good for me kids are grown and out of the house, my job is stable (for now), I've lost 34 lbs, I'm healthy and in better shape than I've been in years. :cool:

    Ray
     
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    When you leave this thread, the same box will say "new thread"
     
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    it's going good, but it's pretty much same old same old.
    not really sure how to change that.