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“Most people come into your life temporarily simply to teach you something. They come and they go and they make a difference….and it’s OK that they’re not in your life anymore. Not all relationships last, but the lessons these relationships bring to you do. If you learn to open your heart and mind, anyone, including people who make you mad or people who just leave you because you are no longer part of their plans can teach you something worthwhile. Sometimes it feels weird when you realize you spent so much time with someone you are no longer connected to, but that’s exactly how its supposed to be. You are exactly where you are supposed to be. We all are.”  -Marc Chernoff

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I guess some Men need some “COOL” guidance 😆

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New Mantra

I’m in my 40s now, perhaps old to be married, but definitely too old for games and too old to be talking to people just for the sake of it.

Too old to be jumping from one person to another. Too old for someone to lift me up and then just drop me, because they have found something better. Too old to hear excuses about how “us” won’t work out.

Perhaps at this age, loyalty, consistency and stability should be my goal.

Perhaps.

I do not take credit for this work, but thought it was damn hilarious
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Cellphones

When I was a kid, adults used to bore me to tears with their tedious diatribes about how hard things were. When they were growing up; what with walking twenty-five miles to school every morning…. Uphill… Barefoot…BOTH ways. yadda, yadda, yadda

And I remember promising myself that when I grew up, there was no way,I was going to lay a bunch of History; like that on my kids about how hard I had it and how easy they’ve got it!

I mean, when I was a kid we didn’t have the Internet. If we wanted to know something, we had to go to the library and look it up ourselves, in the card catalog!!

There was no email!! We had to actually write somebody a letter – with a pen! Then you had to walk all the way across the street and put it in the mailbox, and it would take like a week to get there! Stamps were 10 cents!

Child Protective Services didn’t care if our parents beat us. As a matter of fact, the parents of all my friends also had permission to set us strait ! No where was safe!

There were no MP3’s or Napster or iTunes! If you wanted to steal music, you had to hitchhike to the record store and buy the record or just tape record it on cassette for re-play later. Some time the D.J. is talking during the song so you had to try do it another time.

There were no CD players! We had tape decks in our car. We’d play our favorite tape and “eject” it when finished, and then the tape would come undone rendering it useless. Cause, hey, that’s how we rolled, Baby! Dig?

We didn’t have Call Waiting! If you were on the phone and somebody else called, they got a busy signal, that’s it!

There weren’t any cell phones either. If you left the house, you just didn’t make a call or receive one. You actually had to be out of touch with your “friends”. Think of the horror… not being in touch with someone 24/7!!! And then there’s TEXTING. Yeah, right. Please! You kids have no idea how annoying you are.

And we didn’t have fancy Caller ID either! When the phone rang, you had no idea who it was! It could be your school, your parents, your boss,telemarketer,the collection agent… you just didn’t know!!! You had to pick it up and take your chances, mister!

We didn’t have any fancy PlayStation or Xbox video games with high-resolution 3-D graphics! We had the Atari 2600! With games like ‘Space Invaders’ and ‘Asteroids’. Your screen guy was a little square! You actually had to use your imagination!!! And there were no multiple levels or screens, it was just one screen… Forever! And you could never win. The game just kept getting harder and harder and faster and faster until you died! Just like LIFE!

You had to use a little book called a TV Guide to find out what was on;or had fun channel surfing! You had to get off the couch and walk over to the TV to change the channel!!! NO REMOTES!!! Oh, no, what’s the world coming to?!?!

There was no Cartoon Network either! You could only get cartoons on Saturday Morning. Do you hear what I’m saying? We had to wait ALL WEEK for cartoons, you were spoiled !

And we didn’t have microwaves. If we wanted to heat something up, we had to use the stove! Imagine that!

And our parents told us to stay outside and play… all day long. Oh, no, no electronics to soothe and comfort. And if you came back inside… you were doing chores!
And car seats – oh, please! Mom threw you in the back seat and you hung on. If you were lucky, you got the “safety arm” across the chest at the last moment if she had to stop suddenly, and if your head hit the dashboard, well that was your fault for calling “shot gun” in the first place!

But now that I’m over the ripe old age of forty, I can’t help but look around and notice the youth of today. You’ve got it so easy! I mean, compared to my childhood, you live in a Utopia! And I hate to say it, but you kids today, you don’t know how good you’ve got it!

Regards,
The Over 40 Crowd

Why the gauntlets? Now we know.

Why the gauntlets? Now we know.

Addiction

Addiction

Top 10 Reasons Hockey Is Better than Sex

Ice Hockey

1. It’s legal to play hockey professionally.

2. The puck is always theirs.

3. The protective equipment is reusable, and you don’t even have to wash it.

4. It lasts a full hour.

5. You know you’re finished when the buzzer sounds.

6. Your parents cheer when you score.

7. A two on one or three on one is not uncommon.

8. Periods last only 20 minutes.

9. You can count on hockey twice a week.

10. You can tell your friends about it afterwards.

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