Hey Dash, are you still around??
Yep.Back is feeling 100% better.The wonders of titanium.lol
I have to ask, being that you're in the States, was all that stuff covered?
No,but I have pretty good insurance.My insurance covered it 100%.I have no idea what we pay monthly for our insurance plan(wife does all the paperwork)But I'd guess roughly between $250-$400 per month for the family.
Hey Dash! Happy Holidays, man! How are you?
Ok, so, I'm old too! (41 lol) We had ours a little later, unlike most of my friends who have a similar story to yours. I think they have the advantage!
Lol.I have 4 daughters.
2 are older 23 & 21 yrs old. And 2 are younger 12 & 8 yrs old.
Any advantage I once had is lost on me now.lol.
But honestly,life is fun with them.I couldn't imagine it any other way.
Exactly. Mine is a provider of a whole lot of happiness, with a smattering of frustration. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree :)
Need to ask you some things...busy this weekend?
Cheers Dash :)
Nice to see you dash. Always a welcomed sight. Some of the responses in those threads on the other hand... :)
Hey Dash! Happy Holidays! (Can I say Merry Christmas?? :lol:)
Happy Thanksgiving Eye!
Talk to you soon man! Now we all have a ton of stuff to reference and study! lol
That's big stuff to say, thanks, and right back at you. I have a feeling that all of us here are setting up some future 'ah-ha' moments when we write stuff out. In regards to stale - lol - I know that feeling. One thing that helps is knowing that what may be stale to you has no 'best before' date on it for others. In the same way that we look 'up' to certain writers or artists, others do the same (albeit in a different way) with what you write.
Being stoned helps too :lol:
It's great information you have. I know what you mean about the debates. Us on the 'miracle' side and them on the big bang side, a 'singularity'. Each has no equation behind it, but that's no reason to discredit either of them. I've started to see it this way: life is always there (doing the same thing it's always done) and we interact with it at our own level. Projecting subjective bs onto the world's problems is escapist. It's funny, no one 'quits' the human race because there are bad people in it!
Hey man, no worries. I just read your latest post, that's some heavy stuff. I'm not 'watching', I'm reading - no critique because I am not in a position to do so, really ;)
Nice 'work' in ss&p - I wish I had patience like you do! Anyway, just to say that you seem very collected in your responses in a place that seems to beg for frustration - lol
Thanks Eye! I appreciate that.
I'll try to get back to posting a lil more around here.
Have been keeping up some,though.Let me say,you do believers everywhere proud,Eye.
I'm glad to see you're still around!
...that's wicked :) Sounds like you've honed you skill, takes a lot of work to get to the good stuff!
Hey Dash! Long time no write :) I hope all is well!
Hey man! All the best to you and yours :D
...speaking of Paul, "Terrestrial Man" and "Heavenly Man" are from his 'school' :)
Interestingly, when I look at fractal imagery I see that idea contained there. We have our 'christ' within - add up all the people with that christ within and you get a bigger picture. The 2nd coming of every avatar (and they all said that they'd be back) is personal. They show up and tell a story, and that story lives inside of people until they are 'ready' to read the book! (hehe) So in our age we know this as 'christification'. The figure in the center of the mayan calendar, f.e., is 'christ'. A personal depiction of quetzalcoatl. The feathered serpent may reference perfected sexuality, imo.
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