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posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 07:17 AM
a reply to: TrueBrit

*sniff* *sniff*
Why does it smell like vomit in here?

I have an eclectic variety of music on my mp3 player...everything from Taylor Swift to Rob all appeals to a different part of me.

So nice to see you all here!
Syx and Mrs. Syx...*big hugs*...I'm glad you guys are back online!

fossi...You taught yourself to swim? That's fabulous! Sister-Jacy is proud of you, lol. (I hope you're proud of yourself too!)

Night Star...Hey sis! Any way you can get Skype? I just downloaded it, and it would be fun to 'talk' to you! (Any of you Shed-family members!!?)

Cody, hope you opted for the bike ride and then some quality time with Mrs. C. (I'm jealous of course!!)

*mwah* *mwah* to all y'all....and one final thing...
Tonight on ATS Live Out of the Box, Druid42 and I spend an hour discussing the 'other' thread...the one that's been driving me insane, lol. If you get a chance to listen, I would love some feedback.

It's Canada Day weekend here, so have a drink and raise your glass in honour of the mighty maple leaf, eh?

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 07:17 AM
a reply to: TrueBrit

Thought that might get your attention old chap

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 07:18 AM

originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: cody599


*Vomits expansively*

What the HELL is this? I don't even...

*more of the same*


posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 09:47 AM
Hi all! Boy, it looks like I have some reading to do....

Like Jacy said, she'll be on the air today at 5pm and 10pm EST (adjust accordingly for your own TZ), on the Out of the Box radio show. The actual show thread won't be up until about 2-3pm EST, but I'll swing back through and post it up when it is. It'll give you all the details on how to tune in.

I'll be in the chatroom for the 10pm show. Feel free to join us!

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 10:40 AM
Hi Guys!! Wassup?!?
(I reel back out the door. WOW!!???!?!)
Oh My Lordy! True!!! WTF Man?!? LOL!!
(Hands True a Mop and Bucket)
Here ya go Bud. Have at it while I open a few windows here! Jeesh Bud, maybe go outside next time? LOL!!!

Druid Hello! Nice to Meet Ya!
I'm wanting to catch the show later, if I can figure out the Time Zone Diffs. Too early for me to do that just yet. Lol!

Jacy!! Thanx and it is Nice to be back!! Lookin forward to hearing You later on!!

Here's one for the Day for Ya!!!

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 11:18 AM
a reply to: cody599


You were right chuck!

Sorry for the late reply, I have been marshalling the disposal of an old car on behalf of a colleague, and also commenting in various sundry threads on a range of topics, from astronomical matters, to politics and indeed the benefits of avoiding compact fluorescent light bulbs, all while working a day at the shop!

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 11:22 AM
Hi Druid! I'll check in the chatroom for ten as well and listen to the show. Can't wait!

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 12:08 PM
a reply to: Druid42

Hi Druid welcome to the thread, always a pleasure to welcome another member


posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 01:48 PM
hello is every one doing...i was just wondering why no one is here to much..i do miss everything every one writes about..well i just thought i would stop and read a few of the i am off to read them....hope every one has a great day...

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 01:51 PM
a reply to: ccbears

My brain is mush at the moment, has been for some time!

I need a huge amount of sleep in a row. Like a month of it!

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:26 PM
The show thread is up: Out of the Box (season 4, episode 5)

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:30 PM
Hello everyone. Hope you all had a great day.

I'm tired but happy and a little sore all over. I spent the day at a theme park for WORK! Lol, we took about 300 kids on a rewards trip for school. It was great. The kids went out in groups into the park and us chaperones could do the same, so of course we went wild on all the great rides. I have spent the day alternatively screaming hysterically and laughing hysterically. Been holding on tight which is probably why my shoulders and legs are aching - not for me the brave and foolhardy throwing of hands in the air.

My brain is also mush. It has probably been shaken out of alignment, which should serve me well in the next few days

Hubby said jealously this morning that he wished he could go to a theme park instead of work for the day. I tried to make him feel better by reminding him that I was going to work! I don't think it helped though. It is very difficult to disguise a free day spinning around crazy roller coasters as 'work'!

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 03:02 PM
i so understand that one true...i hope every thing is ok for you...please take care..

..a reply to: TrueBrit

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 03:06 PM
a reply to: ccbears

I always do ccbears...

I'm still here after all!

posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 03:46 PM
Ok, so after logging on this morn, I've spent the last 5 hrs reading this Thread from start to here. Total Awesomeness in the Story additions Guys! That goes for the NewComers here as well!! Great stuff!!

Mentioning CC and I even in our absence in some of them is Touching! Thank You's!!

K, Till Later on, Syx.

posted on Jul, 1 2014 @ 01:21 AM

Hubby said jealously this morning that he wished he could go to a theme park instead of work for the day. I tried to make him feel better by reminding him that I was going to work! I don't think it helped though. It is very difficult to disguise a free day spinning around crazy roller coasters as 'work'!

Was lurking as normally I am taking some time away from ATS but just HAD to answer...

Do you reckon your hubby would be up to it Mura?

Normally jealousy is a hidden form of "Wet Jellyfish or big girls blouse syndrome"?... *cough cough*

Kindest respects


posted on Jul, 1 2014 @ 06:02 AM
Mura, sound like you had an awesome time!

I'll have to be making an appointment with a blood specialist.
Because I have a history of white blood cell counts being high and because I had cancer. So freaking depressed. I just want to be left alone. Hate going to doctors and having tests all the time. So tired all the time with all these pills and being depressed. I see everyone going to beaches and barbecues and what-not living happy little lives with their spouses and boyfriends and I sit around all alone.

posted on Jul, 1 2014 @ 06:48 AM
a reply to: Night Star

Night Star...

Aside from the spectre of a serious illness, which I have never had (if you discount total raving lunacy of course), the sitting alone thing is familiar to me. What I have come to realise however, is that many of the people one sees walking happily hand in hand, or sitting on the beach propped against one another, or sharing a picnic, are not genuinely happy. Greed, jealousy, and thoughts of adultery are rife amongst the population, and even the most seemingly happy couples, could very well be in the midst of a toxic relationship, without giving any outward sign of it.

I am sure that my former squeeze looks happy as a pig in muck when out and about with the pervert bastard she now associates with, but that does not detract from the fact that her man was convicted on several counts of possession of indecent images of children. Nor does it change the fact that in turn, she cannot love, for she has no idea how, so skewed is her psychosexual development.

At the other end of the scale, there are those out there who are so ultimately dense, that they know not the value of the person they are with, other than as a hole, or a pole to explore and exploit. There are those also, whose connection is purely physical, because they lack the emotional intelligence to understand love in even the simplest terms. Yes, they may visit the movies together, they may even have children to cement the poor foundations of their relationships, but you would be surprised how often the couple you see striding together in apparent harmony, are actually going through the motions, without engaging seriously with loving their partner or spouse.

So do not envy these people, or feel bad that you have not got what they have. What I have come to realise, is that there is no benefit to the emptiness that consumes those people, which stems from going through the motions, but not being nourished by genuine love. Real love...It is so rare, and so often imitated, that to envy people their apparent joy, usually renders one being envious of just this:

The ability of these people to lie to themselves for an extended period, and ruin vast quantities of their lifetime by such detrimental dishonesty.

posted on Jul, 1 2014 @ 07:44 AM
a reply to: TrueBrit

True...*sigh*....I give you a standing ovation for your above reply to Night Star.

What you have said is so TRUE, lol...and I'm impressed that you have learned this knowledge at such a young age. It took some of us much longer.

Night Star...hunny...I'm alone too much also. It is you, True and ALL the other Shed-family members that have helped me out of my depression...NOT the people in my 'real life'.
You have all done more to enhance my existence, and I credit you with uplifting my spirits/emotions.

So many unhappy people are out in public, hiding behind false smiles to keep up appearances.
Wot's real?
You need to know that we care about you, your well-being...and if you needed anything, I'm sure we would do whatever we could. *hugs*

posted on Jul, 1 2014 @ 08:48 AM
a reply to: jacygirl

Impressive? Nah. It's the environment in which I grew up. My father was a noxious bastard, and he and my mother were together for fifteen years too long. I watched his bull damage my mother, and saw the strain she was under to keep the family functioning despite my fathers lack of emotional intelligence, effort, or passion for his family.

When those are the first fifteen years of your life, that is the first thing you learn. It is no different than a person who grows up on a farm becoming an expert in rearing cattle by the time he is twenty nine. It's just a different skill set, for a different environment.

We learn what we see, what we learn becomes what we know, and what we know is a tool to keep us alive. Such is the march of time, as measured by a human mind.

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