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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Kawabuggy, Sep 24, 2020.
Thank you for your kind words. They mean a lot to me.
In life and at work I've seen some really gruesome **** but for whatever reason it doesn't stick with me as bad as this.
I was a ****head in high school and I barely made it out. I've come a long way in those few short years and have made great educational, professional, and personal strides for myself.
I have a reoccurring nightmare where I didn't make it out, no graduation, no job, no accomplishments etc. It's super vivid and it puts me in the position where I'm living as a **** up. It comes maybe once a month a brings me out of a freight train sleep. Sucks.
I used to pursue women like a sport. I had a less mature grasp on my sexuality. I definitely hurt a few women when I was younger. Furthermore I alienated some good ones, had I made better choices life could different now but I'm happy where I am so I can't complain.
I also stayed with a bad one too long and that was rough.
Also crashing cars. I wrecked a few cars being an idiot when I was younger. I hope my son is more mature than I was.
Exactly what FTM said ^^^. Except I model for a living, and wrinkles mean less work.
What Haunts You?
All the years I've wasted...
Combat vets will tell you it's not the sight of death that sticks with you, but rather the SMELL of death. Odors are a very powerful memory trigger.
Like some others said. Some of the things we see in LE. Dead babies, bodies swinging from a rope, young children that were raped and disfigured etc.
The sounds also tend to stick with you.
The ghost of 1000 fat girls, all saying "Call me!"
All the big bucks I’ve missed
not buying a monster box of silver eagles in 1999.
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A buddy called me to go out for a cold one, as he was having problems, possible divorce, job issues, (minor), his wife become a Christian and he was an atheist, the list kinda added up. I said I was busy that night, (I had a date with a stripper), "I'll catch ya later). He shot himself in the head that night, alone in his house.
Did you ever stop to think that maybe that very frightening fear of failure is exactly what is pushing you to success in life? I bet it's the biggest motivator for your success. It may sound counter-intuitive but I hope you never lose that fear... In other words, I hope you are the most successful you can be in this life, and that many great things not only await you, but avail themselves to you.
KARMA is a dish best served Cold, hang in there, Brother. Their time is coming
My biggest is letting family drama directed at my mother by my paternal grandmother keep me away from my granddad with whom I had been incredibly close. I felt I would be disloyal to my parents by having a relationship with my grandparents.
I stayed away from that side of the family for ten years, until he was dying. Missing his last ten years because my grandmother had weird issues and treated my parents terribly, haunts me to this day.
Not studying harder in school is #2. I did okay but I could have set myself up much better but I was bored and sick of the liberal propaganda (it was already an issue in the earlier 90s).
Save your money and plan ahead. Everyone is beautiful when they're young but nobody stays young forever.
Oh good lord, you are so right, I’ve seen so many hacked up faces, and it looks so unnatural.
Adult tragedies always seemed easier to deal with, kids not so much and Babies, they were the worst. Everybody has Demons no matter their profession, just remember NEVER open the Box.