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Old 12-02-2015, 06:17 PM   #1801
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The only part that pisses me off is how much to....tip
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Old 12-03-2015, 11:39 AM   #1802
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The only part that pisses me off is how much to....tip
lol yeah, hog i think me and you would get along. if a woman like that pulled out her breast like that in public .. i would be giving it the side eye the whole time. i was at ihop w my daughter and a new mom breast feed next to us. she was cute, had a cloth over it and i made it a point not to stare or make her feel uncomfortable. i support that. if a woman is trying her best to conceal her breast, i will do my best not to take a peek and respect her privacy even though we are in a public space.

but if a woman pulls it out with no effort to conceal, im looking.

for dudes its tough. like some commentators sd, we as guys are trained to look away in that situation but on the other hand, we are also guys and big boob out in the open is red meat for the dog in us.

also, now that im becoming an older guy (37), am i allowed to respectfully peek at some 22 year old hottie in a bikini at the beach? i realize im not the young, in shape good looking dude i was 15 years ago when my gaze would be welcome by a 22 year old hottie .. but now, am i at old man perv status if i do?

MTK - can i post the pic on here?
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Old 12-03-2015, 12:51 PM   #1803
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Keep your mirror shades close at hand.....
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Old 12-03-2015, 08:31 PM   #1804
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Re: What REALLY grinds your gears?

The second chair attorney on a fairly large case I am handling is very competent, hard working and intelligent. She also has a rocking body. She wears clothes that are perfectly professional but that show just enough cleavage to be noticeable.

The amount of concentration I must consistently muster to avoid the distraction(s) is exhausting. Some times I am sure I sound like an idiot b/c I am so focused on NOT looking at her tits, I have to ask her to repeat what she said.

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Old 12-03-2015, 09:08 PM   #1805
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I got a big problem with the public breastfeeding. Its not like they are flashing me - that would be fine. It just doesnt ring sexy to me. Though i will say I did take a long gander at the photo.
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Old 12-04-2015, 09:33 AM   #1806
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I will just leave this you tube channel here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQb...hVjt19sUZpYzXw
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Old 12-04-2015, 03:52 PM   #1807
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I will just leave this you tube channel here:



https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQb...hVjt19sUZpYzXw

Watching on iphone > Watching while eating with my family.
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Old 12-06-2015, 04:15 PM   #1808
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Re: What REALLY grinds your gears?

I have 22 trees on almost an acre...folks that's a lot of leaves and most are oak. I'm in Quality control at work so speed, efficiency and quality are always on the mind, this year took me 15 hours and actually did a little more on one side of the yard I usually don't.

Needless to say leaves are grinding my gears today. Such a tedious task
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Old 12-07-2015, 11:59 AM   #1809
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Worked until 4:00 a.m. Friday night to draft memo seeking settlement authority based on a last minute attitude change and newly discovered evidence.

Worked three hours Saturday, researching and writing an Alternative Dispute Resolution clause for a settlement that saves the State several hundred thousand hours.

Worked until 10:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m. reviewing another attorney's memorandum that she was trying to get filed today.

Have meeting at 2:00 to review another AAG's trial work.

Have an appellate brief due Wednesday which I have barely had time to outline.

NONE OF THE ABOVE GRINDS MY GEARS - just sh** to do that needs doing.

Meeting at 10:00 today to review settlement agreement cancelled by the guy who was brought in to fill the deputy spot rather than promoting me.
- Settlement agreement is for a case involving his assigned client.
- Settlement agreement is for a case he was handling and I was brought in at last minute to 2nd chair;
- In our strategy meeting for the settlement conference, it was decided he would lead the negotiation team;
- Two hours into the settlement, just when it looks like it is going to fail, he turns to me and says "I think you have a better grasp on this than I originally thought. I want you to handle it." Ten hours later, I craft an agreement that gets the job done and which neither party loves, but which is well within the parameters given to us by the client. Walked out with money still in our pocket and without undertaking any more of the plaintiffs' requested capital improvements.
- dumped the drafting of the agreement on another recently hired AAG and myself.

CANCELS 10:00 MEETING BECAUSE CAN'T GET TO WORK ON TIME TO DISCUSS SAID AGREEMENT B/C HE CAN'T EVER F'ING ROLL INTO WORK BEFORE 10:00.

Yes, gears ground.
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Old 12-07-2015, 05:30 PM   #1810
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Could be worse. Could be over to...Chico's raking your ass off in the leaves......
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I have 22 trees on almost an acre...folks that's a lot of leaves and most are oak.
sounds like bragging to me. #firstworldproblems j/k
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1. ppl who dont pick up after their dog. you are a POS person if you do this.

2. espn's odd obsession with showing highlights of rich white kids sitting courtside over-celebrating a play.
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Old 01-28-2016, 12:08 PM   #1812
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sounds like bragging to me. #firstworldproblems j/k
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1. ppl who dont pick up after their dog. you are a POS person if you do this.

2. espn's odd obsession with showing highlights of rich white kids sitting courtside over-celebrating a play.
the only time you find me bragging about trees are the kind that are found in a jar.
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Old 01-28-2016, 12:10 PM   #1813
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sounds like bragging to me. #firstworldproblems j/k
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1. ppl who dont pick up after their dog. you are a POS person if you do this.

2. espn's odd obsession with showing highlights of rich white kids sitting courtside over-celebrating a play.
My favorite is when people walk past our house and don't realize I look right out the window when watching TV and can see you do it. One time (admittedly drunk) at around sunset, we saw a neighbors dog dropping a giant deuce a good ten feet onto our property. I put on flip flops, grabbed a paper towel, walked outside, picked up the shit and said, "Hey, wait a second!" and dropped it right in front of them and walked off. Should have thrown it at them.

No one likes these neighbors anyway, so I was willing to deal with the awkwardness after that.
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Old 01-28-2016, 01:21 PM   #1814
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My favorite is when people walk past our house and don't realize I look right out the window when watching TV and can see you do it. One time (admittedly drunk) at around sunset, we saw a neighbors dog dropping a giant deuce a good ten feet onto our property. I put on flip flops, grabbed a paper towel, walked outside, picked up the shit and said, "Hey, wait a second!" and dropped it right in front of them and walked off. Should have thrown it at them.

No one likes these neighbors anyway, so I was willing to deal with the awkwardness after that.
chico - i have so many empty jars i dont know what to do with them.

malcolm - almost exact situation. i have an end townhouse and along the pathway next to my house there is a ton of dog poop, same size (medium) and consistency etc.

a couple weekends ago im watching tv and through my backdoor i see a medium size dog take a squat kinda on my property kinda not. the guy has no indication of picking it up. i walk out and ask if he needs a bag. he says no and produces one.

2 days ago, i had a medium size poop right behind my car.

today i walk out and there are 2 medium size poops within 5 feet of my front door (def on my property).

i dont know what my response should be. i could easily smash this guy but at 37 im not trying to go that route. i could put all my dogs poop on his front door but that is just asking for a continual cycle of poop related retaliations.

ive decided (if i can pull this off), to approach him in a friendly "hey neighbor i have a 3 year old, there are a ton of kids in the neighborhood, can you please pick up after your dog".

pretty sure when i catch him i am going to curse him and probably punch him. once.
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or my dog "fights" other dogs. maybe i should open the door to say something and just let my dog run out ....
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Old 01-28-2016, 01:43 PM   #1815
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I always carry around a poop bag. My dog has her spot in the neighborhood, so Im always ready.

I just fear the My, Myself & Irene retribution if I didn't pick up my dog shit.
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