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  • motophiliac

    motophiliac

    March 10, 2015, 4:32 pm

    I got to see the bike on Sunday. It needs a clean and it has a few scratches on the lower fairing but it's a proper, big bike. I had an 1100L a few years ago and loved it. I'd forgotten (after owning a '99 Blade) how big they were.

    So looking forward to getting back in the saddle, not so much winter.

    A bit jealous of the year-round riding and summer-jacketness of which you speak.

    However, I do have the hope of a summer to get me through the next four months or so.

    As a soon-to-be-reacquainted-motorcyclist-in-October this is a bit weird to say but have a good winter :)

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  • paganize

    paganize

    March 10, 2015, 2:24 pm

    I think you are missing something on this. You imply that only dumber girls make the mistake of misjudging asshats for prime mates; this would be fine if it was a conscious decision, but its not.

    The "decision" is more of a drive, a involuntary reflex; I'm not sure how much of the drive's criteria is based on instinctive preprogramming and how much is based on observed behavior & conditioning, but that doesn't really matter. I would bet that the females who do NOT prefer total assholes, regardless of their relative IQ, associated less with Assholes in their formative years than the females who seem to prefer them. That might even have something to do with their perceived intelligence; females raised in a nurturing environment are less likely to be told that they are stupid, worthless maggots and more likely to do well in school, so are more likely to meet your criteria for a "smart" girl.

    I did extensive experimentation on this subject when I was younger, although I didn't realize it at the time. The females who willingly went home with me from bars when I acted like a total dick definitely had lower self esteem than the ones I picked up when I was acting "normally".

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  • fishrobe

    fishrobe

    March 10, 2015, 3:43 pm

    lol... The only person with no description under their mouse-over is the "Business Woman." It's like he knew he needed to put her on the left side with the other "good" people (some irony there, I suppose), but he couldn't think of anything good to say about her.

    edit: the "Handicapped Child" is also left blank, so I guess they're in the same league.

    Although, frankly, I've met some pretty bitchy business women in my time, but most of the handicapped children I've come across have been quite nice.

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  • razorblader

    razorblader

    March 10, 2015, 12:27 pm

    When I started harming, I didn't for one moment believe that I would become addicted. Like safetysealed below, it was most important for me to be in control of this abuse, unlike the other.

    I knew I was addicted, when some months in, I created a silly row with my Husband, so I could flounce off and cut. I was looking for an excuse. I knew then I was addicted.

    Regarding it being sexual, absolutely not. Sensual maybe, so perhaps flirting with a sexual aspect but only because of the endorphins and adrenaline released, as a reaction to the harming.

    It was then I started a self harm diary, as advised by my counsellor, whereby I photographed each and every 'session' (I have in excess of 10,000 images archived), as a means to gaining some control back.

    ETA: It was always with anger in mind, it was never done lovingly or gently. The feelings mentioned above, were only after the cutting had stopped, and the endorphins rushed in.

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  • stringerbell

    stringerbell

    March 11, 2015, 12:27 am

    Not surprisingly, this article fails to provide *context* (just like every other mainstream press article the world over nowadays)... To put it simply, books and movies and music are sold through *distributors*, typically, with each area (or country) being sold individually. The reason why Canada doesn't get certain things is not necessarily that Amazon (or Disney, or Universal, or Hulu, or the Comedy Network, etc...) are being pricks - it's that they don't *own* the rights to distribute that material in Canada (and for some reason the company that owns that right has decided not to release it in Canada). Sometimes the rights issues are so complicated that it would never be worth their while to justify the expense of distributing it in the first place...

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  • _zoso_

    _zoso_

    March 10, 2015, 6:29 pm

    But wasn't the point of this conversation that C/C++ code is easily prone to having bugs which are difficult to identify, especially when coding in a team. What I was trying to suggest, or just ask perhaps, is that high level languages like Python a abstracted nicely so that you have cleaner, more maintainable code which is easier to debug. Python itself is pretty damn small, so what the hell is wrong with putting a little bit more memory on your embedded system so that it can hold a high level interpreter?

    And nice condescension by the way, what I actually do is I am a 4th year Mech eng/Mathematics student who is intending to start a thesis next year on new algorithms for embedded systems, using Python and C++. So you know, I'm curious about this shit and I'm interested in it, being a cock about it wasn't entirely necessary.

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  • the-invisiblefriend

    the-invisiblefriend

    March 10, 2015, 4:23 pm

    WOW!!! some of these people are negative. (thats because they never made it)

    become an intern over summer holidays. and make sure that this is what you want.

    Do yourself a favour though...

    If you don't have a scanner, ask the lab to scan your work and upload it to the net. get a deviantART Or FLIKR account, and get some honest critism on your work. The market for nature/buildings/still life is quite small though. So fine art photography is your best bet IMO.

    Photography is most definately a challenging career...NOT difficult. some people only start when they're 25 and they're doing all right. you're only 16 and already, you know what you want. THAT, is a major advantage.

    Truth be told...many photographers start out as designers or in other creative fields. If you WANT to become a photographer, dont study photography. go do something else. demand for buildings/nature is extremely limited. but, if its what you want...go for it.

    tl;dr

    go do an internship over the holidays and go work for a photographer (even if its for free)

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  • tctony

    tctony

    March 10, 2015, 7:44 pm

    It really is a case of the cake.

    We are pretty young, I'm almost 20, and she's 18.5, but we've had a very convoluted history. I was in a very long relationship prior to meeting her, and (long story short) after I had been broken up with the first girl for 6-8 months, and had been dating my current girlfriend (~2 months) I made a huge mistake and cheated on her. We got back together, but we were still rocky for some time. We have been together for around 10ish months now, and I still feel that it is within the last 4-6months that we really became close and I could say that I loved her and mean it. We've had a really great relationship. I have even sat down, and seriously asking her to marry me. So, although we are young, I still feel it is a serious relationship. I want to keep this going.

    But, I like weed as well. I like the way it opens my mind up to new ideas, and thinking about old ideas in different ways. I feel, that when used in moderation, it is a great thing. I have tried to explain this to her. But she is convinced I will go back to my old ways with it, and she just doesn't like it.

    Sucks. I don't want to be an everyday smoker, I just want to be able to do it in good-mind every now and then. But, as I said, I want to be with her.

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  • issacsullivan

    issacsullivan

    March 11, 2015, 4:06 am

    I was young and on vacation with my parents in San Francisco. It was at night and we were around Fisherman's Wharf where there are lots of street performers. There was a clown there walking around being a clown and he bent down, and looked into my face as he shook my hand. As he shook my hand he seemed to squeeze it as hard as he could. It was quick but the pain was terrible. I was too scared to scream so when he let go I just shrunk back to my parents. It took me until I was a few blocks away to tell my parents.

    TL/DR Clowns are scary as shit.

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  • seenhitler

    seenhitler

    March 10, 2015, 10:02 pm

    Knew exactly were I was, and it was the same spot give or take 20 or 30 feet. But here is the weird thing, I didn't feel like I feel asleep, or drifted away, or anything. It just felt like I was now conscious again. I was awake driving, than I was awake driving, but the truck had slowed, there were a bunch of animals on the road and it was 2 1/2 hours later. It almost felt like the world had been switched off, or we had, and than switched back on, since we were "off" we didn't notice anything. Or like we just jumped over 2 1/2 hours of time.

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  • matts2

    matts2

    March 10, 2015, 1:06 pm

    Funny, the libertarians say he is a libertarian, he ran on the Libertarian Party ticket, I am even pretty sure he calls himself a libertarian. He may not be the "ultimate", but you admit he gets lots of libertarian support. Including, when I have discussed it, Paul's efforts to bring back forced prayer in the public schools. It may well not be a libertarian goal, but it is something lots of them seem quite willing to get behind.

    FWIIW Obama is not the standard bearer of any socialists here, didn't run on any Socialist Party ticket, and does not call himself a socialist. Your analogy fails in all ways I can see.

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  • dammitmanion

    dammitmanion

    March 11, 2015, 5:56 am

    Be mindful about how you react to his injuries. Unless he's in medical danger, you probably shouldn't worry too much. He's 3, and isn't familiar with the concept of triage. So he's going to base his behavior on your response.

    So If you react like it's a big deal, he's going to think it's a big deal. You don't want your kid going through life thinking banging his head or stubbing his toe is worth getting upset over. Other than that, there's nothing to worry about for him.

    As for you, Is that a new reaction? Is there anything new going on in your life besides that one incident? Where's Mom in all this? Does she know about this?

    Try a little CBT. The next time the thought pops up in your head, Be aware of what is happening in your train of thought, and how that thought is going to effect your emotions. Ask why that thought popped up, and why it makes you feel why you feel. Be aware that you have control over how that incident makes you feel.

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  • radoslav87

    radoslav87

    March 11, 2015, 8:31 am

    there is a lot of bodily fluid that goes into food...unintentionally. line workers sweat profusely, i've seen it drip into food like a way-too-leaky faucet. i've seen my manager spit into food whilst screaming through the "window" at the line to do this or that.

    as far as really mean people? well, hate to burst your bubble, but it would be wayyy to difficult to get to my man-parts in order to fuck with someone's dish. too many layers, too much work.

    although, i have seen my fair share of snotty-loogies. (lugies?)

    *i would venture to say that if you eat out a lot, you've eaten a lot of hair, and sweat, and spit. it's very common

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  • HoracePinker

    HoracePinker

    March 11, 2015, 3:18 am

    You can't fight Fox by ignoring them.

    Their influence is way too pervasive and way too intertwined with all the other corporate outlets.

    When FOX wants attention, they make flamboyant claims, which then gets picked up by the other networks, such as CNN or NBC, who then use their talking heads like Olbermann or Sanchez to repeat FOX's claims.

    This is a type of brainwashing or 'mind control'. Repeat something often and people think it's real. This is why the Glenn Beck raped and murdered a girl in 1990 meme works so well. Repetition. Did I mention repetition?

    When CNN or NBC even acknowledges FOX's news, which they obviously do, they're basically helping spread a lie. They've got it down to an amazing system really. Use all networks to spread a rumour. Regardless of which political side you're on, you're still getting the same story, which may or may not be true.

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  • Reddithetic

    Reddithetic

    March 10, 2015, 10:00 pm

    Well at least we proved you are too stupid to read even when the answer is *FUCKING HANDED TO YOU ON A PLATTER*

    TRY CLICKING THE FIRST LINK AND READ IT YOU RETARD

    THIS IS WHAT YOU WOULD HAVE SEEN IF YOU WERE NOT A DIPSHIT:

    Can a Person Be Charged With Resisting or Obstructing a Police Officer Without the Use of Physical Force?

    Yes. Many state laws only indicate that a person may be charged as long as they "resist" or "obstruct" a police officer who is on the job. As a result, most courts interpret such words broadly, allowing for any type of interference with police work.

    How Does a Court Determine if Non-physical Interference Constitutes Resisting or Obstructing a Police Officer?

    First, courts will interpret their state laws on resisting or obstructing police officers to determine whether physical force is a requirement for the crime. In many instances, laws that use words like, "obstruct," "resist," "abuse," "interfere," or "oppose," are generally considered to include both physical and non-physical interference. In other words, unless a state law actually says resisting or obstructing an officer needs physical force, most courts won't require it.

    Second, courts will look into the facts of the case. Although physical force is the easiest way to show someone was resisting or obstructing a police officer, it's not the only means of proof. There are many other ways to resist or obstruct a police officer without having to lay even one finger. As long as the facts show a good amount of interference with police, it's still possible to be charged with resisting or obstructing a police officer.

    What are Some Examples of Non-physical Interference Charged as Resisting or Obstructing a Police Officer?

    The following examples come from actual cases where resisting or obstructing a police officer was found:

    * Questioning an officer's authority

    * Giving an officer false information

    * Using profanity directed at an officer

    * Advise or incite others in their dealings with an officer

    * Refusing to accept a parking ticket or speeding citation

    How Can a Lawyer Help Me?

    If you have been charged with resisting or obstructing a police officer, you should contact a criminal defense attorney immediately. A lawyer can examine the current laws in your state, and help judge whether the facts in your case point to a legitimate offense. An attorney can also represent you if you'd like to contend the charges.

    Consult a Lawyer - Present Your Case Now!

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  • cthulhufhtagn

    cthulhufhtagn

    March 11, 2015, 7:53 am

    No, no, you have missed the point of sports.

    If sports were merely for us to view Athletes perform amazing athletics, then yes you'd be right.

    But that's in no way what sports is about.

    Picture early, pagan, Europe. Tiny, fairly isolated pockets of humanity. A clan here, a clan there. Some know of each other but the bottom line is this. Your clan is your home team, and everything outside your clan is Evil, the away team.

    When the warriors see warriors from a rival clan coming, they go...they hopefully kill them. They come back. They pour gatorade on their heads.

    And the whole clan is glad that "we won".

    See, sports are called the location of the team (clan) and a mascot (totem) for a reason. The shit is primitive. It's a nice, fairly safe way, for us not to kill each other...*and yet get out our aggression, aggression that was much more carnal and literal in our ancestral past.*

    See, we've got to do this. If we don't, we'll pop. So we send our tribal champions out to face the great monster from far away, take its ball, and bring it the fuck home for a touchdown.

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  • Netzapper

    Netzapper

    March 10, 2015, 8:21 am

    You still need a deer tag. Any time that you harvest a deer carcass, you need a deer tag (in any state I've lived).

    For instance, if you hit a deer with your car and you keep the deer, you need a deer tag. If you find a deer dead by the side of the road, if you pick it up, you need a deer tag.

    A friend's dad in PA actually saw a guy hit a deer and then drive away. So, he stopped, picked up the carcass, and tied it to the car's roof. On the drive home, he was pulled over by a game warden (for poaching, as it wasn't deer season). Upon hearing the story and inspecting the deer, the warden sold him the tag on the spot and sent him on his way.

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  • heresthebestpart

    heresthebestpart

    March 10, 2015, 5:51 pm

    Not a personal experience, but it's the creepiest thing I have ever heard:

    My then-girlfriend told me the story of her friend Dan who shot himself in the head after returning from a tour of duty in Iraq. Dan was well-liked among everyone in his neighborhood, particularly one younger boy who saw him as a brother-figure. As you can imagine, the boy's parents didn't know how to explain to their son what had happened to Dan, so they told him he was still over in Iraq. A couple weeks later, the boy got up from the dinner table, wandered outside, and several minutes later returned. When his parents asked where he had been, he replied "I was talking to Dan." Shocked, his parents asked him what Dan had said. "He said he was sorry and he didn't mean to pull the trigger."

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  • silverbullet85

    silverbullet85

    March 11, 2015, 1:44 am

    What I take issue with is not that gay couples do not receive the same benefits as a bi-gender couple, but that any couples are afforded special status to begin with. If government is going to give special status to those who are married, it has to decide who can get married.

    So we extend special status to any couple who wants to get married. Great. What about non-married persons who are at the same disadvantage gay couples are at now and still would be at that same disadvantage even if marriage were extended to all couples? What about those in polygamous relationships? Do we extend special privileges only to couples? Why or why not? Why should this be decided by the federal government!?

    There's a simple solution that is not the one that was suggested: Marriage should be a contract and nothing else, and it should be up to those entering the marriage to decide what their marriage is and what it is not.

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  • GeoManCam

    GeoManCam

    March 11, 2015, 6:36 am

    well, it was kind of the same thing with my gf and cigarettes. I am very athletic and I didn't want her smoking in the house/around me and I hate the smell of stale smoke so we made a compromise: She doesn't smoke around me and she doesn't smell like it when we're together and life is perfect. She has since quit smoking just because she felt so much better when she started to ween off of it, but she occasionally grabs a smoke here and there which I am perfectly fine with. It was the effort that impressed me so when she does grab that smoke every-so-often it doesn't bug me.

    Show her that you are willing to make an effort to quit, and eventually you'll end up either quitting or having that occasional smoke which will be excellent for you and it won't bug her either.

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  • masklinn

    masklinn

    March 10, 2015, 8:02 pm

    > Private hospitals on the other hand can kick you out of the ER even if you are dying.

    Which probably goes against the hypocratic oath anyway. Of course, to handle that case US medical schools dropped the oath entirely in the 70s. They probably don't give a fuck about the Declaration of Geneva (basically a modern revision of the Oath) either:

    > At the time of being admitted as a member of the medical profession:

    >

    > * I solemnly pledge to consecrate my life to the service of humanity;

    > * I will give to my teachers the respect and gratitude that is their due;

    > * I will practise my profession with conscience and dignity;

    > * The health of my patient will be my first consideration;

    > * I will respect the secrets that are confided in me, even after the patient has died;

    > * I will maintain by all the means in my power, the honour and the noble traditions of the medical profession;

    > * My colleagues will be my sisters and brothers;

    > * I will not permit considerations of age, disease or disability, creed, ethnic origin, gender, nationality, political affiliation, race, sexual orientation, social standing or any other factor to intervene between my duty and my patient;

    > * I will maintain the utmost respect for human life;

    > * I will not use my medical knowledge to violate human rights and civil liberties, even under threat;

    > * I make these promises solemnly, freely and upon my honour.

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  • Joeeezee

    Joeeezee

    March 10, 2015, 11:01 am

    I had a similarly affecting incident with my son, some years ago.

    I think what you are reacting to is a little bit of guilt, because you seemed to minimize his pain. You applied adult context...that his pain was within normal tolerance...which he was incapable of. Though you comforted him, you were also telegraphing that it really wasn't that bad. This hurt his feelings, so on top of being physically hurt, you did not give him full comfort emotionally. HE of course, does not have the perspective you do. And in soldiering on (I'm alright Daddy) he is telling you that he will get over it because you want him to and he loves you. But you have not fully satisfied his emotional need for comfort. And you recognize this. So you appreciate his gesture of real affection toward you...and on some level you know you let him down, and you fear you have broken trust with him a bit. The fix is simple, in my experience. Slow down, and just let them be hurt awhile. Comfort them. You don't need to telegraph that his is garden variety pain and hurry him to get over it. It is HIS pain, and you DONT know how bad it hurt. So ya gotta take a little more time, mate. You'll be right. You have real empathy, and it is clear you love your little boy, and he loves you. No one said it was easy, and we all screw it up from time to time.

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  • geneticlemon

    geneticlemon

    March 11, 2015, 8:38 am

    Reagonomics threw this country (and perhaps even the globe) into a shithole and left it to rot. I haven't watched The Wire, but people keep recommending it, so maybe I'll go borrow it from the library ...

    Y'know what would be really great monetary reform? Get rid of corporate lobbyists. Those people are scum of the Earth and couldn't give a shit about public interest ... but, yeah, I agree with you. Money influences too much -- right now, a lot of public universities are going through budget cuts (who isn't?) and they're adopting a more for-profit model. I begin to wonder ... when profit is the bottom line, what happens to our education? Is the quality of a university determined by how much a student can pay? What a sad reality we live in.

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  • tobybuk

    tobybuk

    March 11, 2015, 5:38 am

    How can anyone even speak to these vicious thugs when they behave like this:

    45. The Mission further examined an incident in which a mosque was targeted with a missile

    during early evening prayers, resulting in the death of 15 people, and an attack with flechette

    munitions on a crowd of family and neighbours at a condolence tent, killing five. The Mission

    finds that both attacks constitute intentional attacks against the civilian population and civilian

    objects.

    46. From the facts ascertained in all the above cases, the Mission finds that the conduct of the

    Israeli armed forces constitutes grave breaches of the Fourth Geneva Convention in respect of

    wilful killings and wilfully causing great suffering to protected persons and, as such, give rise to

    individual criminal responsibility. It also finds that the direct targeting and arbitrary killing of

    Palestinian civilians is a violation of the right to life.

    Goldstone UNHCR

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  • Auzy

    Auzy

    March 10, 2015, 5:12 pm

    1) How big do you think the mobile browsing market is? The iPhone's market may be big, but lets face it, it isn't THAT big. At the end of the day, there aren't many people with an iPhone, and browsing on an iphone isn't exactly a delight, so people aren't sitting there for hours browsing on an iPhone. Apple's crippled the iPhones in so many ways, that they are good for toying around, but certainly don't replace computers.

    2) The iPhone may be the most popular smartphone in America, but worldwide, I wonder...

    3) People have known flash isn't great for ages. Yet, that hasn't deterred many. On Linux for instance, flash has been painfully slow. People still also use java (the iPhone hasn't changed that).

    4) Finally, the real problem is that no good alternative for flash editor using open standards exists. Whilst HTML5 solves some of the problem (video/audio), until we have a flash-like editor capable of outputting as HTML5/JS/AJAX/SVG, flash still is the best option. Flash is still the quickest way to do many things (by a long shot)

    Just my opinion. Until (4) is fullfilled, then flash may start to disappear. But the iphone's wont change a thing (especially since flash isn't the only thing broken on them). Developers aren't going to change the way they work because of 1 phone, especially if there aren't any serious benefits. The same sites that benefitted from being developed without flash in the past in no way will be affected by iphone support..

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  • mparkerw

    mparkerw

    March 10, 2015, 9:05 am

    A lot of being healthy is controlling your portions. Read what the boxes suggests 1 serving is, and make sure you get reasonably enough of each of the "food pyramid". But eat a lot of vegetables and rice. Soy sauce, teriyaki and curry are all great flavors that you can change up your meals with. Quesadillas, when you go easy on the cheese and sour cream, are fairly filling. You just need to cook some chicken (or precook it. That never hurts, especially if you don't have a lot of time) and cut a few tomatoes and maybe mash some avacado with a little salsa for easy quac.

    :D just a few suggestions.

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  • DapperDad

    DapperDad

    March 10, 2015, 8:45 pm

    You shouldn't have looked at where he was surfing. Now it has hurt your ego & illusions. If he needed to look at one of his ex-girl friend's pictures to try and get himself aroused, then it sounds like he still has some unresolved feelings that he is trying to work through. That would have assisted him in transferring those feelings over to you. Past relationships are never really an on-off switch. I wouldn't worry about it unless he was in contact with his Ex. THEN that is a problem.

    In this case, I think viewing porn IS adding to the problem. Normally it should not be an issue. But if he can't get aroused by you, the unrealistic images he is looking at might be adding to the problem.

    Instead of planning on having sex. Try having play dates instead, where the ground rules are absolutely no sex, but plenty of arousing fore play. This lowers expectations for him & the concerns. For the first three play dates, hold to the no sex thing. You are essentially getting him really worked up for you. If some play date after the first three, he is absolutely busting at the seems, give a little resistance, but eventually let him go to town.

    I'll leave the others to discuss what your long term prospects are with this gentleman.

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