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Old 12-19-2006, 03:08 AM
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Default 2007 ---- NEW YEARíS RESOLUTIONS? :-S

well, letís hear it!




gosh, how often do we keep them anyways? time just flies by. seems like it was just yesterday when it was 1993/94 NYE @ Whiskey Saigon. no bills to pay, no worries, no nuthiní, carefree life; just did school, masturbated, ní slept. in so few years, seen many marriages, divorces, births, deaths/suicides, successes, pitfalls, etc. who knows what the next few has in store....... life is short and so am i! or maybe iím just drunk right now! bye! goodnite!
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Old 12-19-2006, 01:52 PM
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- quit smoking permanently (i've been "social" smoking weekends only since september)

- go to europe

- read 1 book a month (2006 was 1 book every 2 months)

- stop swearing completely

- reduce my drinking
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Old 12-19-2006, 02:29 PM
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-I'm going to hang HMB from a chair.
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Old 12-19-2006, 02:34 PM
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and I'm going to try to get HMB a job at Walt Disney since he is such a good story teller!
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Old 12-20-2006, 12:38 AM
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and I'm going to try to get HMB a job at Walt Disney since he is such a good story teller!
LOL!!
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Old 12-20-2006, 03:17 PM
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Sure there are lots of things that I need to change. Then again I can also look around and see where I am at in life and be pretty happy. That right there tells me I am doing something right. So I have no specific plans to make any big changes, and if I did I would have done them by now, not waited for a certian time in the calander.

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Old 12-20-2006, 04:01 PM
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I view my life as ever evolving thus I dont wait until this time of year to make something happen, i do it then and there. This my friends is the path to enlightenment.

my only NY resolution is to tell others with new gym membership resolutions to get out of my way
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Old 12-20-2006, 06:04 PM
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I view my life as ever evolving thus I dont wait until this time of year to make something happen, i do it then and there.

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Sure there are lots of things that I need to change. Then again I can also look around and see where I am at in life and be pretty happy.


i have to fully agree with you bloodcloth niggaz on this one. 2 as correctly said, change is something that is more dependent on circumstance (and evolvement) than personal initiatives.


that said, its good to set objectives and aspirations, but then the possibilities of that not staying its course is a viable one as well. case in point: when i was 19, i thought i'd be fully established by the time i'm 25..... when i was 25, i thought i'd be married by 30..... etc. and time just seems to pass by..... n' all that didn't happen when i set the targets for! lol!


furthermore, in many of our busy lifestyles, "change" is also something that ought to be accommodated with determination. for example, i leave home early in the morning, after work i head to UofT to study for the upcoming Bar ads, then go back home, watch news, read paper, talk to gf, surf porn sites, masturbate, listen music, n' go to sleep, same damn weekday routine. weekends, dead tired n' if lucky go to a nice restaurant, club/lounge, etc. point being, to make that space to "add anything new" itself is a challenge. and of course, the lonely lifestyle of a hotel room, if traveling.



that being said, i also think a lot of people, especially young people like us have become slaves to their work, $$$$, etc, in essence become 'socially inpet'. even women friends of mine, more and more who're in their early 30's now, are unmarried, not worrying about the biological clock, etc. i think New Year's should be a time to set 'tentative objectives', and work along those lines, and then by year's end tally up to see what was accomplished, and what else can be worked on. 2


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and I'm going to try to get HMB a job at Walt Disney since he is such a good story teller!




Lysa, u'll love my next story, about this woman and her hubby trying to have a baby for the past 2.5 years, had miscarriages, etc. but as a result of a HOT STEAMY SIZZLING AFFAIR with this another man (her boss @ work! lol!), she is now expecting ---- and will not get an abortion, nor will she tell her hubby. both hubby and wife are excited. sucks to be the hubby who took "time off work", close to the delivary date! sucks to be him! watch out for that, next week!
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Old 12-20-2006, 07:26 PM
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I view my life as ever evolving thus I dont wait until this time of year to make something happen, i do it then and there.

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Originally Posted by metal mulisha
Sure there are lots of things that I need to change. Then again I can also look around and see where I am at in life and be pretty happy.


i have to fully agree with you bloodcloth niggaz on this one. 2 as correctly said, change is something that is more dependent on circumstance (and evolvement) than personal initiatives.


that said, its good to set objectives and aspirations, but then the possibilities of that not staying its course is a viable one as well. case in point: when i was 19, i thought i'd be fully established by the time i'm 25..... when i was 25, i thought i'd be married by 30..... etc. and time just seems to pass by..... n' all that didn't happen when i set the targets for! lol!


furthermore, in many of our busy lifestyles, "change" is also something that ought to be accommodated with determination. for example, i leave home early in the morning, after work i head to UofT to study for the upcoming Bar ads, then go back home, watch news, read paper, talk to gf, surf porn sites, masturbate, listen music, n' go to sleep, same damn weekday routine. weekends, dead tired n' if lucky go to a nice restaurant, club/lounge, etc. point being, to make that space to "add anything new" itself is a challenge. and of course, the lonely lifestyle of a hotel room, if traveling.



that being said, i also think a lot of people, especially young people like us have become slaves to their work, $$$$, etc, in essence become 'socially inpet'. even women friends of mine, more and more who're in their early 30's now, are unmarried, not worrying about the biological clock, etc. i think New Year's should be a time to set 'tentative objectives', and work along those lines, and then by year's end tally up to see what was accomplished, and what else can be worked on. 2


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and I'm going to try to get HMB a job at Walt Disney since he is such a good story teller!




Lysa, u'll love my next story, about this woman and her hubby trying to have a baby for the past 2.5 years, had miscarriages, etc. but as a result of a HOT STEAMY SIZZLING AFFAIR with this another man (her boss @ work! lol!), she is now expecting ---- and will not get an abortion, nor will she tell her hubby. both hubby and wife are excited. sucks to be the hubby who took "time off work", close to the delivary date! sucks to be him! watch out for that, next week!
Are you fuckin KIDDING ME. U think people have time to read that shit.
U really are a fuckin LOSER!
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Old 12-20-2006, 09:05 PM
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i dont make them, resolutions are for people who procrastinate. If I have a goal, I work towards it right away...otherwise im just wasting valuable time. I think the proper way to do resolutions is to prioritize goals you may have (and there should always be many), so that you can effectively and productively work towards achieving them.
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Old 12-20-2006, 11:07 PM
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I have met all my resolutions...
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Old 12-21-2006, 09:19 AM
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lol @ Marco



I skimmed through HMBs post there too...all i caught were the dollar signs- '$$$' and thats all i read...


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i can't believe i'm bumping this thread


LOL @ me quitting smoking.. if anything i smoek more now

but i did cut back on drinking & read a book each month..

the swearing thign isn't working .. it's still my resolution this year
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