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i.keenum

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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sat Jan 26, 2013 2:08 am

I agree with yak that butt would be tore up. At that age they don't know better unless you show then it it's not ok.
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sat Jan 26, 2013 9:04 am

i.keenum wrote:
I agree with yak that butt would be tore up. At that age they don't know better unless you show then it it's not ok.

I smacked my daughter once over 4 years ago, I only slapped her once very lightly on the bottom, it scared her so profoundly that it damn near tore my heart from my chest, the absolute last thing in this World I want my daughters doing is fearing me, throughout history violence has never been the answer to anything, all it ever does is hurt people, we don't want our children getting harmed, most especially not by us.

A little over 2 years ago we had a child psychiatrist examine her to see if there was anything 'wrong' with her, we were told that she exhibited no symptoms of psychiatric disturbance and that it would be helpful if we could treat her more often as she has a very deep sense of she has to go without all the time. Some folk just aint happy is they're not 'getting' stuff all the time, we just have to cope with her behaviour and show her the love she needs to get here through her days, we both feel she will change when she is older, we just have to keep taking the behaviour until she improves

Ah nadgers to it, I'm just being a whimpering bitch, sorry to trouble you all with my crap, I'm gonna shut up now, love and peace to you all.
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sat Jan 26, 2013 11:02 am

It's not my place to go mucking about in your personal life. So I'm gonna say two things and then STFU.

1) Being vain, obstinate and greedy does not, IMO, call for the attention of a psychologist.

2) Women are born wanting their own way, and can be surprisingly accomplished little manipulators from little on up to get it. How inexplicable is a big, rough-around-the-edges brawler who'd back down from nobody taking orders from a child who's feigning emotional fragility and pulling his heartstrings to make him dance like a puppet ?

When grown women manipulate men to get things they want, you call them gold-diggers (if not worse).

"If daddy really loved me he'd buy me a pony" is the way girls that age sometimes think.

That's why there are adults. Who, when the limits are being tested, enforce them.

All the old cliches are true. That's why they're cliches.

My appologies if, in someone's view, I've stepped in it here.

What a Face
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sat Jan 26, 2013 11:15 am

Yak wrote:
It's not my place to go mucking about in your personal life. So I'm gonna say two things and then STFU.

1) Being vain, obstinate and greedy does not, IMO, call for the attention of a psychologist.

2) Women are born wanting their own way, and can be surprisingly accomplished little manipulators from little on up to get it. How inexplicable is a big, rough-around-the-edges brawler who'd back down from nobody taking orders from a child who's feigning emotional fragility and pulling his heartstrings to make him dance like a puppet ?

When grown women manipulate men to get things they want, you call them gold-diggers (if not worse).

"If daddy really loved me he'd buy me a pony" is the way girls that age sometimes think.

That's why there are adults. Who, when the limits are being tested, enforce them.

All the old cliches are true. That's why they're cliches.

My appologies if, in someone's view, I've stepped in it here.

What a Face

agreed, and like you I always try to not give advice about stuff like this, hell I don't know if I raised my kids correctly.
All I know is when people I meet who have met my children always say " your kids are among the most polite people I know" makes me feel as tho I did something right.
But on the other hand my eldest son (25), has a similar attitude as your daughter Kirk... some one once told me we often hurt the ones we love and are most closest to, go figure
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sat Jan 26, 2013 1:03 pm

BigCasino wrote:

All I know is when people I meet who have met my children always say " your kids are among the most polite people I know" makes me feel as tho I did something right.

Same here. I am fortunate to have a very loving and friendly relationship with my kids. But they know I am the boss. I am open to discuss my decisions and directives. However I will tolerate no disrespect to me or my wife from either of them.

Sounds harsh in a way. But it's not. We have a much more harmonious and open relationship that other families we know that follow the much more "enlightened/modern" approach to discipline.
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sat Jan 26, 2013 1:13 pm

All the old cliches are true.

That's why they're cliches.

What a Face
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sun Jan 27, 2013 6:02 am

Another one from that time my friend was taking smoking photos of me:



She actually gave me a crash-course in photography last friday. Running around in snow on the frozen-over sea and trying to get everything right... lotsa laughing too, good times! I learned to really appreciate the difficulty of getting a good shot, halfway through I was crying out it was simply impossible.
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sun Jan 27, 2013 11:57 am

scratch lol! I forgot it was.a portrait gallery.
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sun Jan 27, 2013 2:37 pm

Shut up and post pictures. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:00 pm

Yup, exactly. I wanna see cool guys and their pipes (giggle at that if you will, you big meanies I love you ), not hear how little girls need their bottoms smacked. Mad
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:12 pm

Me at the local B&M earlier today (enjoying some spiced rum in my Buffalo Meerschaum):

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Kyle Weiss

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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:15 pm

Is that little stove fired up this time of year, Dragon?
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:18 pm

Kyle Weiss wrote:
Is that little stove fired up this time of year, Dragon?

Nah,

its actually "decoration" for the store. If I rem right, another customer was getting rid of it and brought it in. I think its a real stove but if it were lit up, it would def bring a whole new meaning to the term "smoking area" since its not hooked up to the outside LOL. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sun Jan 27, 2013 4:06 pm

Me back in 2007, just a bit of snow eh, was making a snowman for my eldest daughter at the time. Wink



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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:34 pm

heres my pic..... i use to dip can you see the lip?
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Tue Jan 29, 2013 7:51 pm

Not a great pic, but not bad for a phone...

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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:46 pm

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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:32 pm

Well this should do for my second post.

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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:27 pm

somedumbjerk wrote:
you still look kind of happy, Rev. Very Happy

me walking the dog a few weeks ago when it was freezing out

Judging from the mess, your dog has an impressive bladder capacity.
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Wed Jan 30, 2013 1:28 am

Yak wrote:
Turn the flipping telly off (if not discard it entirely). Teach her to read when she's ready. Play counting & number games. Start memorising poetry together. Play games that require thinking. Raise a kid with the kind of functional brain that used to be taken for granted 60 years ago !

The whole concept of "quality time" is a placebo to ease the consciences of people who don't have enough time to spend, and know it in their guts.

In THAT respect, you're beyond fortunate ! You get one shot. Proceed accordingly !

What a Face

Amen to that.

My Dad use to utilize a peach tree switch, or a belt, depending on our location, to correct my errant ways. God I loved that man.
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Wed Jan 30, 2013 1:49 am

gravel wrote:
somedumbjerk wrote:
you still look kind of happy, Rev. Very Happy

me walking the dog a few weeks ago when it was freezing out

Judging from the mess, your dog has an impressive bladder capacity.

hah! no apparently my 77 honda CB550 has a bladder control issue.
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Wed Jan 30, 2013 2:56 am

Me with my favorite Strat.



...with family.

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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Wed Jan 30, 2013 3:09 am

sand18f wrote:
Yak wrote:
Turn the flipping telly off (if not discard it entirely). Teach her to read when she's ready. Play counting & number games. Start memorising poetry together. Play games that require thinking. Raise a kid with the kind of functional brain that used to be taken for granted 60 years ago !

The whole concept of "quality time" is a placebo to ease the consciences of people who don't have enough time to spend, and know it in their guts.

In THAT respect, you're beyond fortunate ! You get one shot. Proceed accordingly !

What a Face

Amen to that.

My Dad use to utilize a peach tree switch, or a belt, depending on our location, to correct my errant ways. God I loved that man.




Dad didn't use switches, it was a paddle ,belt or his hand... the hand was the worse. Grandma however made us pick our own switches and it had best be good, that cherry tree was very well pruned by the time she was finishe with us "kids" lol
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Wed Jan 30, 2013 10:17 am

Pipe Smoker wrote:
Me with my favorite Strat.


Nice axe! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: BoB Portrait Gallery   Sun Mar 17, 2013 4:23 pm

I took this today on one of the beaches a few miles north of me, had a hell of a time with the self timer on my camera and the dog doing her best to knock over the tripod. Keen observers will also recognise I was using the pipe Scottie carved for me, it has some sand in it now but otherwise smokes great. Smile

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