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11 Sep 2008, 1:19 am

fine. here is your 3 monopoly moneyz for this week :x


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11 Sep 2008, 5:19 am

Hey everyone, yesterday was my Birsthday just helped out at joey scouts and today I have resealed the the kitchen fridge. I wonder when I should have my first drink.


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11 Sep 2008, 5:28 am

Happy birthday

..and many more



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11 Sep 2008, 5:40 am

Thanks, so whats up, I guess it has gotten a bit quite, I looked at the money exchange recenntly and found out that Australian $ is back down to 70 US cents, pretty sad as a while ago we were starting to get quite close to matching.


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11 Sep 2008, 6:05 am

Bradleigh wrote:
I wonder when I should have my first drink.


you don't EVER have to have it!

You need NOTHING that that can give you !

Nobody that does that has anything to give you, they will only steal from you.
Steal your time, your participation, your inclusion, your colusion,
and ultimately, your future!

It's not a crime if everyone is doing it, right?

FUCK THEM!

Start doing that and you won't give a s**t about Birthdays, the Joey Scouts, resealing kitchen fridges or anything else.

For the love of God, don't do it! :evil: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:


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11 Sep 2008, 6:16 am

^

I agree with Syzygyish (hey i can spell it finally) on the alcohol-thing.
Think the only reason people drink is because its so socialy accepted
and its everywhere - i started drinking at 15-16, one of the dumbest
things i have ever done, you wont belive the s**t i got into because of
it. Alcohol is very overrated imo, its just that everybody does it, its
a bad tradition. Only reason i started drinking was to "fit in", everybody
else did it so... :x To me being drunk is 30 minutes of feeling gittery,
and then i crash and feel really bad and low the rest of the day and half
of the next day, its poison. And if i drink too much, i turn into a mad raging
monster that tries to destroy everthing i can get my hands on, its terrible,
i just see red and go completly bananas- God herself coudn`t stop me when
that happens i think. (i have alot! of old papers from the police proving that,
i`ve probably paid over $2000 in fines for drunken rages when i was young,
its a f-ing miracle that i didnt kill someone really, there was abosolutely
nothing holding me back, i just lowered my head and gave it my best shot)

"""Start doing that and you won't give a sh** about Birthdays, the Joey
Scouts, resealing kitchen fridges or anything else. ""

theres a chance that will happen yes and its very sad when it does, both
for the person and the people around her/him. Such a huge waste.

Treat yourself to a drink if you like Bradleigh but please dont do it
professionally and turn into "one of them", and listen to your body
when that alcohol hits, what does it tell you. If you listen carefully
you might hear i tiny voice going "heelp, i`m being poisoned.."



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11 Sep 2008, 6:40 am

My mum and dont realy drink either, so I think I will probably follow with them, it is just that a lot of my piers are always going on about cant waiting to be 18 to drink but yeah I am not going to go crazy. From what I have heard from my brother a lot of 16 year olds drink, my brother who is 16 keeps on trying to drin and he talks about all these things like his friend going to school drunk and stuff.


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11 Sep 2008, 6:48 am

I found something here...look at this pic..
This is one good reason to behave and be
nice - its my collection of fines and things
i`ve gotten from the police 8O first one i
got when i was 15 and then i got a few more
over the years - it weighs 625 grams, a little
over half a kilo 8O Its old news now, i dont
get much more then speeding and parking tickets
now, but when looking at this pile i realize i really
got into it when i was young, jeeez, didnt realize it
was so much until i looked at it, think alcohol is
responsible for 1/3 of it

625 grams of punishment - community service, fines
and "go directly to jail" papers - Kids, avoid this!
trust me on that one - what you see in this pic is a
huuge waste of time and $
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11 Sep 2008, 7:03 am

Bradleigh wrote:
My mum and dont realy drink either, so I think I will probably follow with them, it is just that a lot of my piers are always going on about cant waiting to be 18 to drink but yeah I am not going to go crazy. From what I have heard from my brother a lot of 16 year olds drink, my brother who is 16 keeps on trying to drin and he talks about all these things like his friend going to school drunk and stuff.


In a situation with many young people togheter,
its very "cool" to be drunk in school and such.
Then a few years pass and you dont get at all
what the hell you were thinking - the smart ones
are thoose that stand against the pressure and just
dont do it - that takes backbone to do, its very
easy to just do it because others do it and claims
its "cool". i drank to try to fit in, didnt work, i still
didnt fit anywhere and now i was drunk on top of that :x
a drunk guy not fitting in, not a pretty sight



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11 Sep 2008, 7:20 am

I have often thought of myself as the listen to people and do the thing I am suposed to but lately I have found myself kind of having arguments with people, mostly my law lecturer about unnescesary complications in the legal system and about how in ways my ideas differ from the normal. I remembered back to my earlier years in school and I remembered I often ended up being in a kind of detention, often by things like playing with sticks, climbing trees, going out of bounds etc. I hated being put on those red circles, yellow benches, I wasnt a bad kid, I remember one time when I first started school I got in trouble for showing some girls my thing behind some bushes, that is how I learned it was bad. I think most of the time I got in trouble for doing things before I knew they were wrong.


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11 Sep 2008, 7:41 am

Well you seem to be a smart guy.

And the thing in the bushes...it happens
to alot of people, kids and curiosity :lol:
i had two neighbours when growing up, both
around my age, one guy and one girl. One
day the girl started talking about this and
tried to convince the other guy to go in
the bushes and compare "looks". I thought
"omg!" and ran home :lol: but i did see them
go into the bushes as i ran away :lol:



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11 Sep 2008, 7:52 am

I almost got expelled for it, I remember the days in that age my first few years of school, I had a few friends of both genders, kind of a girl friend and then I moved and had barely anyone. I onder how my life would have turned out if I stayed at the same place.


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11 Sep 2008, 8:05 am

Those "what ifs.." in life can be really hard to swallow
somtimes... :x "what if" combined with strong Hdtv-
quality memories can really really suck



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11 Sep 2008, 8:27 am

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"""We have a ton of rabbits over here with squirrels and occasionally ground hogs. One summer we had rabid foxes."""

Poor things :( horrible thing rabies. Insane rabid fox story:
when i was around 10-11 i worked 2-3 weeks at a huuge
garbage dump. There was some foxes comming by and
one of them was rabid. One day we are eating lunch when
i hear my uncle yell "theres that fox!" talking about the rabid
one he saw thru the window. Then he grabbed a big knife
and ran out and after it, trying to kill it 8O At the time i had
no idea what was going on :lol: can you imagine my face.
Then they told me the best thing would be top put it down,
i saw the point they made, but jeeeeez when he ran out with
that knife i looked a little like this 8O :lol:
The garbage dump...the fun i had, good times, eccept the smell :lol:
10 years old and 100-s of tons of garbage comming in every
day, yeah that was safe, me running around in that... :lol:
Some might wonder what the hell i was doing in a garbage dump,
well...i nagged until my dad said "ok then, just stop this nagging,
you can spend a couple of weeks at the dump with your uncle" :)
wooo-hoooo :lol: didnt take much to keep me happy. When my dad
came to pick me up, he had to borrow a small trailer to hang
behind the car because i had found so much stuff i wanted to
take home :lol: poor guy, still remember his face... :lmao:



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11 Sep 2008, 8:38 am

Yeah it is best to put them down, but isnt that a bit dangerouse using a knife to kill a rabies infected animal, can't humans be infected? Most of my wildlife stories resolve around finding small wounded animals like bearded dragons or a Kookabura, I have been to some tourist places where you can get realy close to kangaroos or walabies.

Wait today me and my mum killed some big black spiders in the backyard, they had set nests up between the bricks, one had even managed to pull a cricket up to its nest.


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11 Sep 2008, 8:43 am

Bradleigh wrote:
Yeah it is best to put them down, but isnt that a bit dangerouse using a knife to kill a rabies infected animal, can't humans be infected? Most of my wildlife stories resolve around finding small wounded animals like bearded dragons or a Kookabura, I have been to some tourist places where you can get realy close to kangaroos or walabies.

Wait today me and my mum killed some big black spiders in the backyard, they had set nests up between the bricks, one had even managed to pull a cricket up to its nest.


That is true, but this was my uncle in the 1980`s,
nothing was dangerous to him :lol: funny guy
compared to him i`m quiet normal :lol: you
wouldn`t belive some of the stunts we pulled
at that dump :lol: all thanks to him (and some
times a 35 ton 6 meter tall machine with solid
metal wheels) :lol: that kicked some serious ass.
Ahhh..wish i was 10 and running around on a mountain
of garbage again :lol: or maybe not