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Unread postby Victor_Laszlo » 19 May 2019, 00:28

I'm not that picky tbh. There's a restaurant called Mastoris around here that's usually were we go for a "fancy" dinner. Lol.

I also like one called Carlucci's grill

Christine's is nice.

Georgine's is another good Italian restaurant but I've heard some bad things about the owner that turned me off.

And of course burger king. :)

Most of them are Italian Restaurant's. And I'm pretty sure there all only local. I'd love to hear if there are more around the USA.

What was the last YouTube video you watched?
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Unread postby LostGuy94 » 19 May 2019, 14:52

Umm... this... :lol:


What's the strangest thing you've seen somebody else do?
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Unread postby Victor_Laszlo » 27 May 2019, 01:36

I once seen a guy shoot cocaine into what was obviously an open wound. It was disgusting, shocking, strange, and weird. And he just did it out of nowhere. Someone gave him a free "line" of cocaine, and this fucker pulled a needle from his pocket and shot it like it was normal. Yuck. Still remember my face while seeing that.

Don't know what ever happened to him sadly. Probably dead doing shit like that. It was something like from the movie requiem for a dream.

What job. Did you want when you were a kid?
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Unread postby Prince_G_24 » 27 May 2019, 05:48

I wanted to be a vet for the longest time when I was a kid. Then I learned that they put down sick/dying pets and I noped the fuck outta that mindset. Way too much of a baby when it comes to animals

Same question I guess
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Iamjava » 28 May 2019, 02:08

honestly i always wanted 2 be a lineman. i always hatedwhen my power went out. and they always inspired me after and during husricanes. born and raised floridian we went 3 mos of cane after cane n 04. it was always amazing when they showed up!

2 new 2 ask fetish so..

if an issue came up, would u choose family or ur spouse?

its a deep philosophcal conundrum many experience with no rite answer.
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Unread postby erti » 28 May 2019, 09:23

I would chose my partner. Mainly because my family isn't to be trusted. Not with the abuse they put me through. Maybe if it was my stepdads side of the family or one of my sisters then I would take their side but anyone else in the family it's way different. They're the definition of white trash. If my Nan was still alive I would take her side no matter what. If she was alive I'd trust her completely. I could never trust anyone more than I trust her.

What's your favorite childhood memory?
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Unread postby Iamjava » 28 May 2019, 15:44

the odd part is that up until i was 13 my childhood was pretty decent. went to wallyworld often enough to camp and all. my teenage years the family went into decline, and looking back with the knowledge i have now, i was rapidly exhibiting signs of bipolar.

that said, i still think my greatest childhood memory came in my mid teens when i literaly manicly spent 24 straight hours developing a video host website--just to prove to myself i could. coding always had a way of calming me down..

my bet is the question im about to ask will be answered by someone with one lol.

if you could design and build any website, what would the website entail?
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Unread postby Victor_Laszlo » 2 June 2019, 13:24

I'm not very computer savvy. Lol. So something very simple.
There was a horror movie forum i used to be on that's since went dead. I'd love to get a good one of them back.

What are 3 of your favorite items you own and why? If hiu can't think of 3 just list some of your favorite items and the meaning of them
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Unread postby LostGuy94 » 2 June 2019, 15:07

Will admit that I do hold attachments to everything I own even clothes and hate getting rid of stuff but the ultimate 3 are:

My phone - as it is pretty much everything to me in the sense of connecting with others (this forum now for example) and holds stuff like calendar and apps that are usual or just to kill boredom

iPod Classic - may be outdated now especially with iTunes about to be killed off but this holds all of my music, haven't hit 160GB yet but I'm getting there

DSLR camera (Nikon) which I use to take photos of stuff from time to time, sometimes like to take shots of nice scenery like in the lake district or wherever

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Unread postby Iamjava » 2 June 2019, 15:35

good question..

1. my car and its 2.2kw sound system i installed;
2. my knives (which i keep having to replace when i lose them);
3. my tools.

i really had to think of the 3rd one lol.

if you were the dictator of your country, what would your first act be?
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Unread postby Victor_Laszlo » 2 June 2019, 16:23

To change it to a democracy.

What condiment do you use the most of?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby erti » 2 June 2019, 16:26

Mustard and Mayonnaise...

What is your favorite meal?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Iamjava » 2 June 2019, 17:41

hot boy sandwitch. or cajun gator tail. whatevers available.

favorite movie?
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Unread postby Victor_Laszlo » 3 June 2019, 02:39

I can't pick one so I'm giving my top 5.

Goodfellas, American Beauty, Apocalypse Now, Halloween, and silence of the lambs.

A few honorable mentions......
Annie hall, taxi driver, pulp fiction, Casablanca( obviously), the goonies.,

I have many more favorites but all of those stand out and have impacted me in some way.

I don't ask same question ever. But I love film.

So what are your top 5 films? :D
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Iamjava » 3 June 2019, 03:15

1. v for vendetta (by far my favorite)
2. the patriot
3. deadpool
4. undisputed
5. irobot

unfortunately, they havent made a proper hunger games or count of monte cristo, and without remorse and mistborn were never made a movie. (revenge novels are by far my favorite.) to be fair, count of monte cristos 1100 pages and without remorses 800, its impossible to make a 2 hour movie.

on that topic, top 5 books youve read?
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Unread postby Shaved-Nudist » 3 June 2019, 22:54

Wellington in India
Chitral - The Story of a Minor Siege
The Afghan Wars - 1839-42 & 1878-80
The Washing of the Spear's
The Maori Wars

I love British military history.

What is your favorite author?
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Unread postby Martian » 3 June 2019, 23:51

Umberto Eco, i think i have many favorite authors though :)

What's the funny thing that you have seen?
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Unread postby Iamjava » 4 June 2019, 04:16

a lot, but this stuck in my mind tonight. it occured a few months ago, but i still cant get over it.

a customer seriously asked, "what is gator tail?" (one of our english owners also also asked to try, "a grit.")

what is your favorite kind of animal and why?
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Unread postby RJD » 4 June 2019, 06:03

I'm a crazy bird guy. Love parrots, Moluccan Cockatoos are my fave (even if I do have a ton of scars from some); growing up my dad was/is a falconer and working with the raptors as a kid just made me like how intelligent they are. Another perk is that I can have my two kiddos for a lot longer than most other people and their pets. My Chuy will hit 80 when I do and Xena will last another 50 years.

What are your thoughts on underage drinking? Just curious b/c I'm pretty sure my nephew attacked my bar and am not quite settled on how to handle it.
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Unread postby Yeauxleaux » 6 June 2019, 15:29

I think it's actually best to allow teens to experiment with small-to-moderate amounts of alcohol in controlled settings.

Being too austere with this "you MUST not drink! You MUST not do x, y and z" mentality just brings out a rebellious spirit in them. It makes the alcohol a "naughty" and therefore exciting thing to do. However getting them used to drinking and seeing it as a normal thing, knowing their limits, knowing how they respond to alcohol, that better prepares them to handle their drink properly.

Are you inspired by any particular celebrity's fashion sense? if so, which?
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