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Davey Do

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    Where Am I, & How Did I Get Here?

    Which M R Ducks. M R Not! M R 2! M R Not! S M R! C M Wings? Y I B! M R Ducks! Davey (M R 2) Do
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    What was the last wish you made?

    Well, we've pretty much become throw-away society, so I really doubt if tinkers still exist. Just go to WalMart for all of your cooking utensil needs!. Yeah, that Old Dude who later became the Wizard of Oz was probably a peddler of all sorts of wares. He probably harvested the poppies in the field in front of the castle and sold their byproducts with vinyl recorded copies of the "The Dark Side of the Moon" to people who believe in that synchronicity thing. Whattaya think? Davey (Temporal Continuity) Do Edit: I wish xtxrn could stay focused on the topic at hand.
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    Where Am I, & How Did I Get Here?

    I was just watching "The Fisher King" today on VCR. I am reminded of the part where Robin Williams (as Perry) takes Jeff Bridges to a place that "has great ambiance" under a bridge with a group of homeless guys drinking alcohol. Some Old Guy begins yelling, "AAAAAAAAHHHHH!!!!!" Perry joins in with him: "AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!!" They cease similataneously and Perry asks the Old Guy, "How ya doin', John?" And the Old Guy answers, "Not bad. Yourself?" Hello, Goonie! Mornin' xtxrn. Davey (Loose Association) Do
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    Can you drive a stick shift?

    Now, I first drove the old 1938 Farmall tractor when I was six years old. It had spur gears, in that you had to push the clutch in and come to almost a complete stop before changing gears. And, like you Mr.C, my first car was painted orange- a 1963 4 speed VW Bug costing me $50! It had a top speed of 50 mph (55 mph with a good tail wind) and use to get blown off the highways by passing Semi's. Davey (the Love Bug) Do
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    What was the last wish you made?

    A tinker refers to a mender of pots, pans, and kettles who is usually an itenerant. Davey (Dictionary of Archaic Terms) Do
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    What are you doing right now?

    Reading Goonie's post: Typing on the keyboard. Signing my name. Davey (Mr. Obvious) Do Moving the mouse to "submit reply"
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    Where Am I, & How Did I Get Here?

    Where... it's... so nice to be with you. I love all the things you say and do, etc. Davey (Gallery) Do
  8. Okay- pardon my dimwittedness here, but are you saying, "Yes, I'm not cool, the action was not cool, or that Neil is not cool?" I don't mind if you say I am not cool or if you believe the action was not cool, but bigosh, I am not going to allow the statement that Neil is not cool to get passed me with out some sort of retribution! If you're runnin' down my Neil man, You're walkin' on the fightin' side of me! Put up your pink dukes. Davey (Merle Haggard) Do
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    Where Am I, & How Did I Get Here?

    A nurse is posting on AN.com, responding to a thread, as he has done many times before, when suddenly... This Nurse finds himself in a New World. No, not the New World as Columbus discovered, but a New World whose door you unlock with the key of imagination. Beyond this door is another deminsion: a deminsion of sound, a deminsion of sight, a demension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and sustance, of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into... AN-central.com! Davey (Rod Serling) Do
  10. There is this belief that if something is kismet, it will happen; no matter what it will happen. There is also the belief that when one stops looking for something they want, they find it. Case in point: I had been separated from my EX (before she was my Ex) for one year. Being a reasonably healthy 49 year old asocial Male who worked, and stayed, on a MN schedule, I had given up any prospect of ever having a lucrative relationship with a Woman. Lo and behold, I met Belinda who worked the Psych side after being pulled from the Medical side for four hours one night. I was instantly attracted to her. So much that I let her know before she left the Unit, and asked her to call me. I could go into great detail about the progression of the relationship and the chances of this situation occurring and such, but want to drive home the point that what is meant to be will be. As Wayne Dyer said, "Seemingly unrelated events brought you to this moment". Think about that. Dave
  11. I am usually knowing of when I'm kidding, but I must ask: Kidding? About what? Being "called on" for my subjective viewpoint? If so, then Duh, well yeah!
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    When they just leave

    It would seem that the thing that hurts the most is the rejection thing, like we weren't good enough to keep the relationship going or weren't deserving of a respectable good bye. Of course that self-inflicted negative belief can be a self-defeating action, if we choose to dwell upon it. We need to do some self examination and critiquing, but, bottomline, some relationships don't work due to incompatability. Some take the tact of calling the other person a bad name and blaming them. Daniel Gilbert, in his book, Stumbling On Happiness says that we feel better if we have someone to blame for our pain. Blaming someone else for our pain is not bad, if we only do it for a short time as part of the greiving process. To conclude with blame is a consciously and emotionally stagnating process. We have to move on and rise above the situation. If it wasn't meant to be, then it wasn't meant to be. There is a certain philosophy that says, in loosing, you're actually gaining: gaining a chance to be a person you wouldn't otherwise be. "Something is important because we give it importance" are words my friend Bill, who is also a Therapist, gave to me years ago. Meditate on that: Anything that is important to us is so only because we make it so. We are the ones responsible for giving credence to chosen entities, relationships, material things, or even beliefs. There are many schools of thought that prescribe to the loosing-is-gaining concept- from Zen Buddism to Judeo Christianity. I pray adamantly for apathy toward the things that are more liabilities than assets in my life. To be able to have a lack of feelings toward those entites, relationships, material things, or beliefs that are unnecessary and spiritually downing. It takes a lot of continual examination, understanding, and energy, but then end result is a certain peacefulness that pocessing can't provide. Here's hoping that you find understanding and peace in your loss, A&OXNone. Dave
  13. Yes. It seems that although we remain within the limits and boundaries of appropriate social behavior, we are still limited by the paper-skinned individuals who take great umbrage at another's subjective viewpoint. And really, who are we, but a bunch of words upon a computer monitor screen? Let's take you for example, steph. Although I've never met you, I sense that you are a loving, caring, humorous Individual. I see your name and think, "There's a Fun One" from past communication with you on the forums. I can be a little sarcastic (but never sardonic) with you and you retaliate appropriately. However, I've been accused of not being sensitive to another's comments and called on it. Oh well. Such is life. Davey (not Neil ) Do
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    Expand Thy Vocabulary (useless or otherwise :D)

    We could say that Poi Dog is being, in that, she is being pretentious.