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blonddgirl777
12-01-2005, 10:22 AM
Do you have any interests in a HOBBY (not a sport)?
Do you have time for one: between full time work, family, house etc...?

If so... what is it?
:)

Hardrock69
12-01-2005, 11:27 AM
Well, pretty much it is Music, Movies & Computers.

:cool:

Full Bug
12-01-2005, 11:31 AM
My wife is a scrapbook madwomen, thats all she does in her spare time, we need a whole new room for all her scrapbook stuff, she has her own damm computer for it too, drives me freakin nuts, not to mention what it costs....

Ozzy Fudd
12-01-2005, 11:41 AM
My Drums are # 1.) Then using the computer and coming here to hang out....is that one a hobbie lol

blonddgirl777
12-01-2005, 11:48 AM
Originally posted by Full Bug
My wife is a scrapbook madwomen, thats all she does in her spare time, we need a whole new room for all her scrapbook stuff, she has her own damm computer for it too, drives me freakin nuts, not to mention what it costs....

Is that her, sticking leaves (on your Av.)?
Joke! L.O.L...


Really...
I've always seen that cool paper stuff, bindings etc... at the art store and
I've always wondered: what do they stick in those books?

Lloyd Anger
12-01-2005, 12:00 PM
fishing 12 months a year
making candles
masturbating while fishing and making candles

Last_Child
12-01-2005, 12:22 PM
Music.

blonddgirl777
12-01-2005, 01:05 PM
Originally posted by Lloyd Anger
fishing 12 months a year
making candles
masturbating while fishing and making candles

You sure know how to keep your hands full!
:D

Lloyd Anger
12-01-2005, 01:14 PM
A rod in each hand!

blonddgirl777
12-01-2005, 01:17 PM
Originally posted by Lloyd Anger
A rod in each hand!

Damn!!!
Our fishermen are way more "modests" here...
:p

Coyote
12-01-2005, 01:24 PM
Music, contemporary & classic literature (in other words, Sci-Fi/Fantasy books/comics & Playboy), computers and a bit of exercizing on the side.

blonddgirl777
12-01-2005, 01:30 PM
Originally posted by Coyote
Music, contemporary & classic literature (in other words, Sci-Fi/Fantasy books/comics & Playboy), computers and a bit of exercizing on the side.

Pretty well balanced...
Bravo!

Coyote
12-01-2005, 01:32 PM
I try. :)

Jimmy Jingles
12-01-2005, 01:34 PM
Guitar
Poker
Movies
Pistols
Porn


I also practice my titty juggling whenever I can and I collect tissue boxes.



But my BIGGEST hobby has to be my two daughters...can't get enough of them.

Ally_Kat
12-01-2005, 02:06 PM
I write. Fiction.

Full Bug
12-01-2005, 02:17 PM
I seem to be addicted to online poker lately, just for fun though....

Eyes of the Night
12-01-2005, 02:23 PM
Top 3? ...

Guitarhood
Fatherhood
Chronichood


Word up FB!? ...

Full Bug
12-01-2005, 02:33 PM
Whats up Eyes, havent seen you around in ages....

Eyes of the Night
12-01-2005, 02:44 PM
Fookin' ages I tell ya ... I have a thread up in Fan Intro telling what the heck I've been doing ...

Doing it and doing it well ... I'm a telemarketer here in So Cal, got off the crack pipe as I moved down here about 3 months ago ...

Looking to record in san bernadino with the drummer of Black Sabbath's nephew ... he'll be my producer ...


Other than that drinking my brews and smoking plenty of chronic specially at work ... it's great!



http://eyes5150.homestead.com/files/Eyes/019.jpg

Golden AWe
12-01-2005, 03:10 PM
- Power-lifting...3-5 times a week
- reading books...currently reading Dostoyevski
- photography - taking photos from my travels and parties...especially on girls butts
- fishing and hunting whenever I have the chance, especially fishing with a leister during the autumn nights...
- sports betting on football and hockey
- MUSIC is a lifestyle to me...but at the moment, only jamming for fun...

Matt White
12-01-2005, 03:13 PM
Guitar

Hunting

Drawing

Painting

jhale667
12-01-2005, 03:16 PM
Originally posted by Matt White
Guitar

Hunting

Drawing

Painting

What he said...except for the 'hunting' (does trolling for sluts count?) , and building guitars, too! :D

Matt White
12-01-2005, 03:19 PM
Originally posted by jhale667
What he said...except for the 'hunting' (does trolling for sluts count?) , and building guitars, too! :D

"Trolling for Sluts" is more of a way of life......GOOD WORK

Susie Q
12-01-2005, 04:13 PM
Busy taking care of three kids, cleaning house, working full time, listening to music on a rare chance (mostly in the car when I go shopping..if no one is in the car that complains about it being too loud or "I don't like that kind of music....etc...). My other LOVE is my genealogy. I love history and to make it more personal is something very special to me.

Hardrock69
12-01-2005, 04:30 PM
Susie? WHere do you live?

Is it Tampa by any chance?

blonddgirl777
12-01-2005, 04:52 PM
Originally posted by Matt White
Guitar

Hunting

Drawing

Painting


Besides for hunting... you and I get along...

Matt White
12-01-2005, 04:55 PM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
Besides for hunting... you and I get along...

Are you a vegetarian or vegan?:confused:

blonddgirl777
12-01-2005, 05:12 PM
Originally posted by Matt White
Are you a vegetarian or vegan?:confused:

Vegetarian but wouldn't mind being Vagan if someonelse could do all the thinking and the cooking efforts for me!

m_dixon1984
12-01-2005, 05:13 PM
I grow my own pot. When I'm growing for AIDS patients I get paid ($80 an ounce) but right now it's just my hobby. Should have someone new to grow for in a couple of months (hopefully 2 new people as I'm exceeding my single license limit right now).

Also, avid reader. Military fiction, fantasy, sci-fi, true-crime, some horror are my favs.

When I was a serious drinker I brewed beer. Loved doing it but just doesn't seem worthwhile now for the occasional beer I drink.

DLR and VH have become a hobby now. Getting as much live audio and video is time consuming enough to be a hobby.

M

PS - I may post some pictures of my babies and their mothers in the new year. I'm a proud pappa!

Matt White
12-01-2005, 05:18 PM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
Vegetarian but wouldn't mind being Vagan if someonelse could do all the thinking and the cooking efforts for me!

I believe we have a number of Vegetarian members...and a few vegans as well in the ARMY...

Which is why I haven't started a hunting thread....no need to post pictures which would really offend

bastardog
12-01-2005, 05:23 PM
Weight lifting - I'm training myself for doing nothing but have a good health condition

Cars - I always liked 60's muscle cars and wanted to build one for shows, race and to be up today in comodity and engine but with the classic 60's look........money prohibit me to by one 60's so I ended doing all that to an Oldmobile 1988 Cutlas Suppreme Classic

of course, girls can put all that to a second place:)

franksters
12-01-2005, 05:25 PM
Good thread Bg777....

Last night conversation inspired you!

As we were saying I don't even know where to start, currently I'm looking for somekind of activity to disconnect....All I do revolves around work, of course there are parties, dinners with friends and familly, travelling, basically an excellent social life ect...

But I don't really have something for ME right now.

some of the things I do:

bike riding in the summer
reading
internet
shopping...


I don't think those qualify as hobbies:(

Mr. Vengeance
12-01-2005, 08:24 PM
I collect records. I hit used record stores regularly to find vinyl treasures. Few things make me happier than finding an album I've been looking for for years.

BITEYOASS
12-01-2005, 08:41 PM
Sex, crazyPC games, finding nude celebrity pics, maps and collecting 70's softcore movies.

BITEYOASS
12-01-2005, 08:42 PM
Sex, stock market, reading, crazyPC games, finding nude celebrity pics, maps, collecting 70's softcore movies, running and cycling.

DeadOrAlive
12-01-2005, 08:45 PM
Music in general. Writing, playing, or listening.
Guitar
Bass
Gym
SWIM.
School (Yes, I love it.)

That's about it for me.

bueno bob
12-01-2005, 09:06 PM
I collect books and obscure music trivia. There never was a question on Rock and Roll Jeopardy that I didn't know the answer to... :)

Dan
12-01-2005, 09:27 PM
Body Painting
Drinking
Family Tree(where did I fucking come from)
Music
Singing

rustoffa
12-01-2005, 09:51 PM
I enjoy tinkering with hand-built moto-cycles, ask me how far I can throw a magneto assembly.

I recently waxed on/waxed off a couple of snowboards.

Low-budget audiophiling is something I'm trying to push on the masses that are asses...myself being the main target.

Lifting weights/training to maintain....

Hunting, when I can drag my sorry ass outta bed. A friend recently cuntvinced me to give bow hunting a shot, (he's got the dead aim) that shit's technical as all get-out. I've wasted alot of ammo on that deal.

Clicking onto the Roth Army and flipping the fuck out.

diamondsgirl
12-01-2005, 10:05 PM
Not really a hobby...but, my kids are very active in all kinds of stuff and I love to watch them in sports, and on stage, and in chorus, and in band....

when I'm not doing that and not working... I love to read and work out and hang out here and at some other sites

blonddgirl777
12-01-2005, 10:45 PM
Personnally,
I don't have a hobby...

I work hard and like most of us I have to:
Clean, cook, run errands etc...

When I have time off... I try to see friends as much as I can.

They complain about my flaking and last minutes cancellations way too much...
How could I eaven think about needle point?

m_dixon1984
12-01-2005, 10:57 PM
Ah, found a picture I could post. Here's a shot of part of my grow room from about a year ago.
M

blonddgirl777
12-01-2005, 11:00 PM
Originally posted by m_dixon1984
Ah, found a picture I could post. Here's a shot of part of my grow room from about a year ago.
M

Now THAT's a hobby I fully support!
:D

jhale667
12-01-2005, 11:01 PM
NICE!!!!

Dan
12-01-2005, 11:04 PM
Originally posted by m_dixon1984
Ah, found a picture I could post. Here's a shot of part of my grow room from about a year ago.
M

Send us some in a Teddy Bear.lol

We have some Good stuff here in N.Z.:)

m_dixon1984
12-01-2005, 11:11 PM
Found a bud shot too.
M

m_dixon1984
12-01-2005, 11:15 PM
And the last postable picture I have...
M

jhale667
12-01-2005, 11:19 PM
That's it! It's bong-thirty, everyone!

Hardrock69
12-02-2005, 02:45 AM
TOOOOOOOKE.....AAAAHhhhhhh....

Dude that rocks.

I wish I could do something like that, but I am too paranoid.

Those are Indicas I see!!!

ME DROOLS!!!!

:D

singerman
12-02-2005, 02:56 AM
Im a vocalist in a band called 'Supersaurus' in UK playing anything from AC/DC,U2,Darkness to The Police....check out the downloads on our website www.supersaurus.co.uk

MAX
12-02-2005, 04:01 AM
Well, skiing will be the main one now that it's the season. Been doing it since I was four so yeah, I'm totally addicted to that every winter.

I dunno if my daily exercizing counts as a "hobby" per say but I also swim a mile four times a week and go to the gym for light reps to stay toned.

I also dig playing basketball and football with anyone who's up for it.

I love to cook, work in the yard during the nicer months, collect tools, fondle my maximus, lube my lawnmower, relax in flannies with beeyas or merlot and that's about it.

I'm a pretty boring guy actually, kinda like a Obi-WAN. lol

Cathedral
12-02-2005, 04:18 AM
Art, sculpting, scale modeling, casting, Nascar Sim Racing, DLRarmy, Auto Painting, and anything my daughter wants to do at any given time.

Haven't had much time for these lately, but now that i'm studying for my Realestate License and unemployed....That will likely change.

I'm working on a California Girls Cruiser (DLR's car) in 1/24th scale while browsing the army right now, just finished the window chop and gonna cast front grill pieces for it this weekend.

I just keep the brain busy so i don't dwell on other things going on.

ashstralia
12-02-2005, 05:11 AM
i've been into astronomy since i was a little kid.

i've built and owned many telescopes.


the universe is beautiful.

ELVIS
12-02-2005, 05:23 AM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
When I have time off... I try to see friends as much as I can.



That's cool...:cool:

ELVIS
12-02-2005, 05:32 AM
Music...

Guitar...

Guitar building and customization...

Cars, Muscle cars and tuner cars are equally cool...

I'm a good mechanic and I can paint cars and guitars...

I like Bike riding alot...

Girls...

Ummm...

I mean, ladies...


:elvis:

Wawazat
12-02-2005, 07:16 AM
Sex & Drugs & Music

Cato
12-02-2005, 08:01 AM
guitar playing, music listening, car washing. DVD authoring. wanking. masturbation, jerking off...

kentuckyklira
12-02-2005, 09:19 AM
I collect guitars and play guitar in a band.

www.pinkslip.de

blonddgirl777
12-02-2005, 10:21 AM
Originally posted by Hardrock69
TOOOOOOOKE.....AAAAHhhhhhh....

Those are Indicas I see!!!

ME DROOLS!!!!

:D


...:p

blonddgirl777
12-02-2005, 10:25 AM
Originally posted by MAX
Well, skiing will be the main one now that it's the season. Been doing it since I was four so yeah, I'm totally addicted to that every winter.

I dunno if my daily exercizing counts as a "hobby" per say but I also swim a mile four times a week and go to the gym for light reps to stay toned.

I also dig playing basketball and football with anyone who's up for it.

I love to cook, work in the yard during the nicer months, collect tools, fondle my maximus, lube my lawnmower, relax in flannies with beeyas or merlot and that's about it.

I'm a pretty boring guy actually, kinda like a Obi-WAN. lol


..."Lube my lawnmower"....
I had a feeling you where going to say that! L.O.L.
Do you have a miniature snow plow?
(a must for winter lovers)...

blonddgirl777
12-02-2005, 10:28 AM
Originally posted by diamondsgirl
Not really a hobby...but, my kids are very active in all kinds of stuff and I love to watch them in sports, and on stage, and in chorus, and in band....

when I'm not doing that and not working... I love to read and work out and hang out here and at some other sites

Well... you must be very good at managing your time because it seems like you have plenty on your plate...
I admire working Moms... they have to be everywhere at once!

Vinnie Velvet
12-02-2005, 11:23 AM
beer, sex, beer, sex, whiskey, beer, sex, whiskey, sex, sex....

So many hobbies, so little time!

blonddgirl777
12-02-2005, 11:33 AM
Originally posted by Vinnie Velvet
beer, sex, beer, sex, whiskey, beer, sex, whiskey, sex, sex....

So many hobbies, so little time!

I also admire the ones who can Party!!!
:bottle: :bananna:

Vinnie Velvet
12-02-2005, 01:05 PM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
I also admire the ones who can Party!!!
:bottle: :bananna:

;)

m_dixon1984
12-02-2005, 03:24 PM
Originally posted by Hardrock69
TOOOOOOOKE.....AAAAHhhhhhh....

Dude that rocks.

I wish I could do something like that, but I am too paranoid.

Those are Indicas I see!!!

ME DROOLS!!!!

:D

Indicas or mixes, we didn't know. Flowered in just under 8 weeks so the strain was mostly indica. Sativas are generally outdoor plants as indoor growers prefer both the shortness of the plant and the flowering cycle found in the indica strains (6-8 weeks of flowering for indica; 10-16 weeks for sativa). Yield also seems higher with Indicas, for the size.

These particular plants grew fast right from the start. Just under 3 weeks to flower from seed, although we kept a few aside for mothers. Eventually, 2 mothers produced over 300 cuttings in a span of 3 months. At the end we had harvested 4-5 pounds of dried product growing under 2 1000 Watt HPS lights.

I start up again in January but this time I'll get a known indica strain from a local seed supplier. We found last year's seeds in the glovebox of my friend's Corvette and had no idea what they were. It was good for a laugh.

M

PHOENIX
12-02-2005, 09:43 PM
My hobbies include guitar, movies,building furniture, playing with the kids and political arguments with separatists at work.:D

PHOENIX
12-02-2005, 09:50 PM
Originally posted by m_dixon1984
I grow my own pot. When I'm growing for AIDS patients I get paid ($80 an ounce) but right now it's just my hobby. Should have someone new to grow for in a couple of months (hopefully 2 new people as I'm exceeding my single license limit right now).

Also, avid reader. Military fiction, fantasy, sci-fi, true-crime, some horror are my favs.

When I was a serious drinker I brewed beer. Loved doing it but just doesn't seem worthwhile now for the occasional beer I drink.

DLR and VH have become a hobby now. Getting as much live audio and video is time consuming enough to be a hobby.

M

PS - I may post some pictures of my babies and their mothers in the new year. I'm a proud pappa!

I used to be a junkie. Did it all. Even grew that crap too. Then one day i set my life straight. Got married and had kids.

Thing is growing that shit and having kids around is wrong.

Why?

Well my idiot brother in law never could get out of that lifestyle.

One day the cops came to his place with a warrant. Seized all his fucking plants. Seized the house, car, boat, truck etc.

Arrested him and my sister and took the kids away.

Is that what you want too?

Anonymous
12-02-2005, 10:01 PM
I refuse to post my hobbies where everyone can read them. Hobbies are a VERY personal thing. Especially if your hobbies consist of pleasuring yourself. Not that MY hobbies are pleasuring myself, mind you. I'm just saying it.

Damn, 3 minutes and 51 seconds to write this using my left hand. That must be some new kind of record.

Cheers! :bottle:

m_dixon1984
12-03-2005, 03:31 AM
Originally posted by PHOENIX
I used to be a junkie. Did it all. Even grew that crap too. Then one day i set my life straight. Got married and had kids.

Thing is growing that shit and having kids around is wrong.

Why?

Well my idiot brother in law never could get out of that lifestyle.

One day the cops came to his place with a warrant. Seized all his fucking plants. Seized the house, car, boat, truck etc.

Arrested him and my sister and took the kids away.

Is that what you want too?
Holy, shit!! Are you serious?? I'm really taking all these chances??? I never knew. Thanks for setting me straight. I'll stop immediately.

Stick your holier-than-thou bullshit straight up your fudge canal.

I'm no junkie. Pot users take on all sorts of guises and trust me, if you saw me, you'd never think I was a pot user, grower, dealer, whatever.


I'm no dimwit. I don't have those things to lose and 90% of the time I'm growing marijuana for AIDS patients with a LEGAL permit to grow - so it's not an issue. A very good friend of mine happens to be an Infectious Disease Physician in Ottawa and many of his AIDS patients receive permits to grow marijuana. When their disease advances and they can no longer manage growing their own he passes the permits on to me. I have to be registered to do this (and have to re-register for every new permit). The police know who I am and have actually been in my house to see the grow operation (and at the time to ensure I was only growing 50 plants - 2 permits). The first year I did this I also knew they were watching me fairly closely. You see, I'm not a dealer. I don't sell pot to kids, or even adults. I donate my pot to medical science and in return I get to smoke all the pot want, and some of my friends share in this benefit. Occasionally, for special purposes - mostly when a patient dies, I even get paid by Health Canada for my weed. They pay $80 an ounce, which isn't great, but what the hell.

Do I occasionally go beyond the boundaries of the permits? Yes. But I'm no trailer park junkie dealing to kids at the playground. I'm a successful IT Proofessional making a very good living and enjoying the benefits afforded me by meeting my doctor friend 6 years ago. I've also met every AIDS patient I've grown for and even met another medical marijuana grower who is producing his own medicine for treatment of his Muscular Dystrophy (we actually help each other out when one or the other is out of town - he's also given me some great recipes for pot enfused foods). I've seen the benefits of what I do so, what started as a selfish way to grow my own pot and save some money and stop funding gangsters and possibly terrorists, has actually transformed me into a true advocate for medical marijuana use.

I'm glad you stopped being a junkie. I'm pleased you're not endangering your kids anymore. Some people have a hard time with drugs and dependancy and leading a normal life. Others don't (especially if it's limited to pot, IMO)

Some people have a hard time keeping their moral judgements to themselves. Unfortunately, you're one of these people and as such I must decide not to like you very much.

M

MAX
12-03-2005, 06:38 AM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
..."Lube my lawnmower"....
I had a feeling you where going to say that! L.O.L.
Do you have a miniature snow plow?
(a must for winter lovers)...

I have a passion and love for my lawnmower (ask around) that knows no boundaries. lol. I love it like I love my aunt's goat "Chester." :p

No snow plow heeya, Just a kick ass snowblower. As I said, I gotta have all the "toys" so to speak. :cool:

Jérôme Frenchise
12-03-2005, 07:15 AM
Fine thread... Hobbies... I used to write a lot of verse and prose, sometimes giving it to read to my bro or a couple of friends, but I've been writing less and less for a few years. All I ever compose now is my own lyrics: singing and playing the harmonica with my band is what I dig doing best, by far.

PHOENIX
12-03-2005, 03:50 PM
Originally posted by m_dixon1984
Holy, shit!! Are you serious?? I'm really taking all these chances??? I never knew. Thanks for setting me straight. I'll stop immediately.

Stick your holier-than-thou bullshit straight up your fudge canal.

I'm no junkie. Pot users take on all sorts of guises and trust me, if you saw me, you'd never think I was a pot user, grower, dealer, whatever.


I'm no dimwit. I don't have those things to lose and 90% of the time I'm growing marijuana for AIDS patients with a LEGAL permit to grow - so it's not an issue. A very good friend of mine happens to be an Infectious Disease Physician in Ottawa and many of his AIDS patients receive permits to grow marijuana. When their disease advances and they can no longer manage growing their own he passes the permits on to me. I have to be registered to do this (and have to re-register for every new permit). The police know who I am and have actually been in my house to see the grow operation (and at the time to ensure I was only growing 50 plants - 2 permits). The first year I did this I also knew they were watching me fairly closely. You see, I'm not a dealer. I don't sell pot to kids, or even adults. I donate my pot to medical science and in return I get to smoke all the pot want, and some of my friends share in this benefit. Occasionally, for special purposes - mostly when a patient dies, I even get paid by Health Canada for my weed. They pay $80 an ounce, which isn't great, but what the hell.

Do I occasionally go beyond the boundaries of the permits? Yes. But I'm no trailer park junkie dealing to kids at the playground. I'm a successful IT Proofessional making a very good living and enjoying the benefits afforded me by meeting my doctor friend 6 years ago. I've also met every AIDS patient I've grown for and even met another medical marijuana grower who is producing his own medicine for treatment of his Muscular Dystrophy (we actually help each other out when one or the other is out of town - he's also given me some great recipes for pot enfused foods). I've seen the benefits of what I do so, what started as a selfish way to grow my own pot and save some money and stop funding gangsters and possibly terrorists, has actually transformed me into a true advocate for medical marijuana use.

I'm glad you stopped being a junkie. I'm pleased you're not endangering your kids anymore. Some people have a hard time with drugs and dependancy and leading a normal life. Others don't (especially if it's limited to pot, IMO)

Some people have a hard time keeping their moral judgements to themselves. Unfortunately, you're one of these people and as such I must decide not to like you very much.

M

Smoke a bong dude and pass it along to your kids.

You rock.

NATEDOG001976
12-03-2005, 10:17 PM
Movies
Music
masturbating!

NATEDOG001976
12-03-2005, 10:18 PM
I forgot, Beer drinking is a huge hobby of mine too.

blonddgirl777
12-04-2005, 02:11 AM
Originally posted by MAX
I have a passion and love for my lawnmower (ask around) that knows no boundaries. lol. I love it like I love my aunt's goat "Chester." :p


My father in law is 65 and has acres of lawn to mow...
Despite of his age and being far from the city (and aminities),
he refuses to move to a smaller, more convenient house...
Because "THERE WILL BE NO LAWN TO MOW"!
*cute*!...:)

blonddgirl777
12-04-2005, 02:15 AM
Originally posted by Jérôme Frenchise
... I used to write a lot of verse and prose...

Jérôme,
This, sounds so... "Monmartre"!
:cool:

Hardrock69
12-04-2005, 03:08 AM
I had an idea for sci-fi novel once...wrote about a chapter and stopped...that was over 20 years ago haha....

MAX
12-05-2005, 01:50 AM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
My father in law is 65 and has acres of lawn to mow...
Despite of his age and being far from the city (and aminities),
he refuses to move to a smaller, more convenient house...
Because "THERE WILL BE NO LAWN TO MOW"!
*cute*!...:)

lmao

Yeah, I seem to remember both you and me discussing yardwork before. Your dad and I are identical when it comes to yardwork. It's relaxing and self-fulfilling. Sounds nuts but hey, if it works, why mess with a good thing, no? :)

I cannot remember but was it you that told me that you and your husband still sleep on a waterbed? :confused:

blonddgirl777
12-05-2005, 02:04 AM
Originally posted by MAX
lmao

Yeah, I seem to remember both you and me discussing yardwork before. Your dad and I are identical when it comes to yardwork. It's relaxing and self-fulfilling. Sounds nuts but hey, if it works, why mess with a good thing, no? :)

I cannot remember but was it you that told me that you and your husband still sleep on a waterbed? :confused:

I think it is great that you happen to enjoy what wou have to end up doing anyway...
I wish I could have a usefull hobby!



Yes... a California King size waterbed (84" X 84")
Although it is made of wood (and not fake leather), it is still a very 70's thing to own and considered pretty cheesy
BUT:
I cannot sleep in anything else and the sex is amazing so...if it works... why mess with a good thing?

L.O.L.
Although... we don't have red satin sheets and a zebra bed spread...

blonddgirl777
12-05-2005, 02:36 AM
Originally posted by MAX
lmao
It's relaxing and self-fulfilling. Sounds nuts but hey, if it works, why mess with a good thing, no? :)

What about this...

My grand-mother had a huge house with acres of land. She had a passion for her garden and her favorite thing was to see her flowers grow.

At 63, the doctors told her she had to take strong blood pressure medication if she didn't want to die, but those pills where going to make her yard work impossible.
So she told everyone to accept the fact that she didn't want to be medicated to keep up with her activities...

2 years later, she died of a heart attack... her blood pressure to the roof!
I was mad for a while... "how could the weed and the berries be more important than to be with us,
for just a little longer"?

Now I understand that without that earth in her hands... she would have been "dead" anyway...
:(

MAX
12-05-2005, 02:49 AM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
I think it is great that you happen to enjoy what wou have to end up doing anyway...
I wish I could have a usefull hobby!



Yes... a California King size waterbed (84" X 84")
Although it is made of wood (and not fake leather), it is still a very 70's thing to own and considered pretty cheesy
BUT:
I cannot sleep in anything else and the sex is amazing so...if it works... why mess with a good thing?

L.O.L.
Although... we don't have red satin sheets and a zebra bed spread...

Eh, dunno if it's a hobby? I just dig it. :)

Hey, that's cool that you and your hubby enjoy having such a blast from the past. More power to you. :cool:

The one thing that I do remember loving about a waterbed was that you could heat up the water, so the bed could be very comfortable.

lmao @ the satin sheets.

That could be dangerous and double jeaopardy. Slippery, satin sheets and then the wiggly water. Slidin' and flyin' off the bed... LOOK OUT!!! :eek: You and your hubby could get into accidents. lol

MAX
12-05-2005, 02:54 AM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
What about this...

My grand-mother had a huge house with acres of land. She had a passion for her garden and her favorite thing was to see her flowers grow.

At 63, the doctors told her she had to take strong blood pressure medication if she didn't want to die, but those pills where going to make her yard work impossible.
So she told everyone to accept the fact that she didn't want to be medicated to keep up with her activities...

2 years later, she died of a heart attack... her blood pressure to the roof!
I was mad for a while... "how could the weed and the berries be more important than to be with us,
for just a little longer"?

Now I understand that without that earth in her hands... she would have been "dead" anyway...
:(

I'm sorry to hear that. :(

I'm of mixed opinions when it comes to medicine and the human spirit. Sometimes I view doctors as people doing a lot of guess work while wearing a white coat.

That's too bad. It's weird cos it seems that doing said yardwork would be good for her heart? I mean, just simple gardening and caring for flowers is not exactly exerting one's self? Was she like into chopping wood or what? :confused:

Not meaning to be disrespectful at all.

blonddgirl777
12-05-2005, 03:28 AM
Originally posted by MAX
That could be dangerous and double jeaopardy. Slippery, satin sheets and then the wiggly water. Slidin' and flyin' off the bed... LOOK OUT!!! :eek: You and your hubby could get into accidents. lol

Back in 1991, when we moved to Calif., we drove coast to coast and stayed in cheap motels along the U-S highways.

When we arrived Vegas, we got this crazy ass 70's motel room that had a round vibrating water bed...
It was a cheap one (so lots of endless waves) and it did, have peach colored satin sheets!
And also... fully mirrored (on the ceiling too).

We looked at it and decided the price was right...

The whole thing was so funny!

blonddgirl777
12-05-2005, 03:37 AM
Originally posted by MAX
I'm sorry to hear that. :(

I'm of mixed opinions when it comes to medicine and the human spirit. Sometimes I view doctors as people doing a lot of guess work while wearing a white coat.

That's too bad. It's weird cos it seems that doing said yardwork would be good for her heart? I mean, just simple gardening and caring for flowers is not exactly exerting one's self? Was she like into chopping wood or what? :confused:

Not meaning to be disrespectful at all.

No real big work, my grand-father was doing all the heavy stuff anyway.

It's just that the high blood pressure was the innitial problem...
The heart attack was a consequence of that pressure not being controlled (apparently).

Also, when it gets really hot and humid here, in summer time, elderlies are advised to "keep cool"...

Now I see my Mom. and she is just the same...
68 years old and up in a step lader? :rolleyes:

Gotta watch those dear parents!

MAX
12-05-2005, 03:50 AM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
No real big work, my grand-father was doing all the heavy stuff anyway.

It's just that the high blood pressure was the innitial problem...
The heart attack was a consequence of that pressure not being controlled (apparently).

Also, when it gets really hot and humid here, in summer time, elderlies are advised to "keep cool"...

Now I see my Mom. and she is just the same...
68 years old and up in a step lader? :rolleyes:

Gotta watch those dear parents!

I hear you there.

The heat 'tis a killer (literally) and I hope that doesn't come off as being offensive? :(

I really don't know what more to say? Imagine that, me at a loss for words? :o

However, I think you know what I mean. :cool:

Who's in your av now?

MAX
12-05-2005, 03:52 AM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
Back in 1991, when we moved to Calif., we drove coast to coast and stayed in cheap motels along the U-S highways.

When we arrived Vegas, we got this crazy ass 70's motel room that had a round vibrating water bed...
It was a cheap one (so lots of endless waves) and it did, have peach colored satin sheets!
And also... fully mirrored (on the ceiling too).

We looked at it and decided the price was right...

The whole thing was so funny!

You guys bought the bed from a motel room?

That's classic!!!

Please, don't tell me you also bought the mirrored ceiling as well? :eek:

blonddgirl777
12-05-2005, 03:56 AM
Originally posted by MAX
I hear you there.

The heat 'tis a killer (literally) and I hope that doesn't come off as being offensive? :(

I really don't know what more to say? Imagine that, me at a loss for words? :o

However, I think you know what I mean. :cool:

Who's in your av now?

You know, there is not much to say...

I think that if you come to an age and looking back, you have only few regrets and lots of good memories...
you will live to the fullest 'till the end and die happy!


...Unlike my Avatar:
Uma Thurman in "Kill Bill I"


Good Night!
:sleepy:

blonddgirl777
12-05-2005, 04:01 AM
Originally posted by MAX
You guys bought the bed from a motel room?

That's classic!!!

Please, don't tell me you also bought the mirrored ceiling as well? :eek:

No in fact, we didn't buy that bed... it was just a room we stayed in, one night...

We ended up buying one, when living in L-A and it is square.
When you look at it with the comforter on, you can't tell it is water...
It is just huge!

Mirrors on the ceiling?
We don't have that...
But it could be fun!
:p

MAX
12-05-2005, 04:16 AM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
You know, there is not much to say...

I think that if you come to an age and looking back, you have only few regrets and lots of good memories...
you will live to the fullest 'till the end and die happy!


...Unlike my Avatar:
Uma Thurman in "Kill Bill I"


Good Night!
:sleepy:

That's cool and I dug the waterbed story. Thanks for sharing. :cool:

However, mirrors would be a bit too much, even for such a rebellious (but sweet) couple such as you and Mr. Blondegirl. lol

Cool rappin' with you and don't hurt each other on that deathbed filled with water. lol

Nite. :)

twonabomber
12-05-2005, 07:49 AM
i have two Jeeps i'll be dumping more money into...plus the computers and audio/video stuff and DVD authoring...then there's the pile of guitars and stuff that i want to spend more time on...

all these toys and i still sit around and say i got nothin' to do. :D

Jérôme Frenchise
12-05-2005, 08:08 AM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
Jérôme,
This, sounds so... "Monmartre"!
:cool:

I see what you mean, but... I don't write "bohème"-like stuff...:D
I always stroll off the beaten tracks, using either anger or derision. I know the received, academic writing techniques, but I will work on content - well, just like anybody, but as I never set to it in a normal mood, what remains on paper (a lot is thrown away or re-written) is kind of extravagant. :D
Besides, as I roughly never save more than ten percent, I could say that 90% of my production is crap... :D
Most of the songs I write are about fun. Six years ago I wrote one in French that I am particularly proud of, which is not funny at all (except for the puns). It's very dark, with a somehow revolutionary drive in it. It's poetry, really (alexandrins rhythmed 3/3, 3/3 in the verses and 4/4/4 in the chorus), the song, that we recorded with my band back then, is very heavy (I found the main riff)... I worked on the text for weeks, modifying words here and there, changing entire verses, etc, until we put it on tape, which was a final relief: I could give it up then, at last. :)
I've been working on a play for three years too, something hilarious (I mean it could be if it's played the way I see, someday). The story and the main character are basically inspired with elements of my own life, but it takes a delirious direction. It's farce. Apart from the text itself, there are a few innovations in the organization of the stage and the props too.
Sooner or later I will have to finish it and send the script to professionals. I would love it if (why not dream a little - I mean a lot :D) Martin Lamotte or Josiane Balasko chose to stage it. :eek: Then I really have to set to it. :D
What if, one day, it were staged in Quebec? :D

Jérôme Frenchise
12-05-2005, 08:12 AM
Originally posted by Hardrock69
I had an idea for sci-fi novel once...wrote about a chapter and stopped...that was over 20 years ago haha....

Set to work again, HR, set back to work. At once. :mad:

;)

blonddgirl777
12-05-2005, 10:20 AM
Originally posted by Jérôme Frenchise
I see what you mean, but... I don't write "bohème"-like stuff...:D
I always stroll off the beaten tracks, using either anger or derision. :D


Beaudelaire and Rainbeau are among those who influenced our Jim Morrisson and other "dark poets"...

"La neige a bien neigé" for some!

Have you heard of Emile Nelligan?
French/Canadian of Irish origins, he was a great poet, dark and deranged, where he had to be interned at 25...?

I think some guys where there, way before our time, writing "heavy metal" stuff (in their own, old fashion ways)...

blonddgirl777
12-05-2005, 10:55 AM
Originally posted by Jérôme Frenchise
... Martin Lamotte or Josiane Balasko chose to stage it. :eek: Then I really have to set to it. :D
What if, one day, it were staged in Quebec? :D

You would have at least 3 spectators for sure...
And it would be nice to see you here!

Jérôme Frenchise
12-05-2005, 04:28 PM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
Have you heard of Emile Nelligan?
French/Canadian of Irish origins, he was a great poet, dark and deranged, where he had to be interned at 25...?

Thanks for the tip, BG. :) Canadian with Irish origins... he surely was a great guy, who unfortunately paid for his being a genious with his mental health...

Like French writer Antonin Artaud:
http://www.kissthewitch.co.uk/seinundwerden/archive2/antonin_artaud.jpg

Jérôme Frenchise
12-05-2005, 04:33 PM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
You would have at least 3 spectators for sure...
And it would be nice to see you here!

Very encouraging... :(

Well, I know who you mean! :D

blonddgirl777
12-05-2005, 08:15 PM
Originally posted by Jérôme Frenchise
Very encouraging... :(

Well, I know who you mean! :D

No but seriously...
Touring in Quebec, for French artists is usually good!

DeadOrAlive
12-06-2005, 01:09 AM
Originally posted by ashstralia
i've been into astronomy since i was a little kid.

i've built and owned many telescopes.


the universe is beautiful.

Very cool. I am into that stuff too. Certain nights I could name the planets in the sky that you can see.

Hardrock69
12-06-2005, 11:37 AM
I have been into astronomy since I was a kid.

I have not owned a telescope in decades though.

DavidLeeNatra
12-06-2005, 07:28 PM
glad to say that I turned most of my hobbies into profession...and I still got my band from school days...21 years...

then (1984)...

http://www.bublies.de/Fur_Freunde/Snapshots/band.jpg

and now (trying to pose the same way again :D )

http://www.headline-music.de/xmasplakat2.jpg

and we build two 6,5 feet figures of the devil-girls standing right and left of the drums, spitting fog :D

blonddgirl777
12-07-2005, 12:52 AM
These are cool pictures...
Wich one of the guys are you?

DavidLeeNatra
12-07-2005, 01:24 PM
Originally posted by blonddgirl777
These are cool pictures...
Wich one of the guys are you?

the one on the left... ;)

Hardrock69
12-07-2005, 05:38 PM
Haha they posed the same way for both photos.....

It is cool that you have been playing with those guys that long....

Right on!

saint
12-07-2005, 06:38 PM
Cool Natra

Das Rickenbacker, In Berlin right?
I was at a club called Das Rickenbacker In Berlin summer 2003. There was a band playing Irish music that night, the beers where good as always in Germany.

DavidLeeNatra
12-07-2005, 06:53 PM
Originally posted by saint
Cool Natra

Das Rickenbacker, In Berlin right?
I was at a club called Das Rickenbacker In Berlin summer 2003. There was a band playing Irish music that night, the beers where good as always in Germany.

that's the one!!!

http://www.rickenbackers.de/pics/Rickenbackersansicht.jpg

and I know these guys you heard...they are funny...heard them two weeks ago ;)

Northern Girl
12-07-2005, 08:16 PM
Originally posted by DavidLeeNatra
the one on the left... ;)

I knew that! ;)

DavidLeeNatra
12-07-2005, 08:25 PM
Originally posted by Northern Girl
I knew that! ;)

I know you knew, my dear ;)

saint
12-07-2005, 08:27 PM
Yeah thats it

DavidLeeNatra
12-07-2005, 08:35 PM
Originally posted by saint
Yeah thats it

I love the fucking army...where can you find a guy from sweden...who has seen a band playing irish folk songs in a club you play with your guys for x-mas...btw we play california girls, you really got me, pretty woman and jump :D

Northern Girl
12-07-2005, 08:44 PM
Originally posted by DavidLeeNatra
we play california girls

could you sing I wish they all could be northern girls instead just once for me...:p

DavidLeeNatra
12-07-2005, 08:51 PM
Originally posted by Northern Girl
could you sing I wish they all could be northern girls instead just once for me...:p

I'll sing "and the northern girl with the way she talks...she keeps the army warm at night" and post it for you... :D

Northern Girl
12-07-2005, 08:58 PM
Originally posted by DavidLeeNatra
I'll sing "and the northern girl with the way she talks...she keeps the army warm at night" and post it for you... :D

http://www.boogleboo.com/Smilies/hug.gif

DavidLeeNatra
12-07-2005, 09:01 PM
Originally posted by Northern Girl
http://www.boogleboo.com/Smilies/hug.gif

lol...we'll be asked to get a room, soon... :D

Northern Girl
12-07-2005, 09:06 PM
Originally posted by DavidLeeNatra
lol...we'll be asked to get a room, soon... :D

just an innocent little squeeze...;)

blonddgirl777
12-07-2005, 09:44 PM
Originally posted by DavidLeeNatra
I'll sing "and the northern girl with the way she talks...she keeps the army warm at night" and post it for you... :D

And by "northern girls" you also mean girls from Canada??? :D
'Cause we DO, keep our boyfriends warm at night... and at day! ;)

thedoude
12-07-2005, 10:03 PM
shooting fuckers with my paintball gun
playing my guitars
women, er that used to be on the list honey... honest

DavidLeeNatra
12-14-2005, 02:59 PM
sorry...NG...california girls got voted out of the setlist... :(

we are toooooo long...but I could sing "northern girl...you really got me now..." for you ;)

Northern Girl
12-14-2005, 08:51 PM
Originally posted by DavidLeeNatra
sorry...NG...california girls got voted out of the setlist... :(

we are toooooo long...but I could sing "northern girl...you really got me now..." for you ;)

NG, you really got me now
You got me so I don't know what I'm doin'
NG, you really got me now
You got me so I can't sleep at night :D


Well...as long as you can't sleep...;)

sagebrush
12-15-2005, 01:28 AM
music , i play drums and some friends and i are recording now . THE DEVIL IS COMING TO A TOWN NEAR YOU !!!!!! HAVIK !

sagebrush
12-15-2005, 01:46 AM
THE DEVIL IS COMING !!!!!!!!! HAVIK

sagebrush
12-15-2005, 01:46 AM
THE DEVIL IS COMING !!!!!!!!! HAVIK

ashstralia
12-15-2005, 06:43 AM
last night (14/12) was the annual geminids meteor display!

i saw 4 bright ones in 2 hours.

Golden AWe
12-15-2005, 08:51 AM
Originally posted by sagebrush
THE DEVIL IS COMING !!!!!!!!! HAVIK

Shut up dork...and learn how to post pics.

Jimmy Jingles
12-15-2005, 05:07 PM
Originally posted by sagebrush
music , i play drums and some friends and i are recording now . THE DEVIL IS COMING TO A TOWN NEAR YOU !!!!!! HAVIK !



The only thing you play is the foreskins of your ashy racist butt plug friends.


Toilet Brush.

DavidLeeNatra
01-24-2006, 07:11 PM
I love my hobby :D

http://www.headline-music.de/assets/images/thumb17.jpg

http://www.headline-music.de/assets/images/rick35.jpg