50 ODD Things about me!

50 ODD Things about you! If you opened this, FILL IT OUT! Learn 50 things about your friends, and let them learn 50 things about you!

1) Favorite object in your bedroom?
My bed

2) Have you ever smoked weed?
Of course

3) Do you own guns?
not right now

4) What flavor do you add to your drink at sonic?

5) Do you get nervous before doctor appointments?

6) What do you think of when you hear hot dogs?

7) Favorite song?
right now, breakdown - seether

8) What do you prefer to drink in the morning?

9) Can you do push ups?

10) Can you do a chin up?

11) What's your favorite piece of jewelry?
my one and only necklace

12) Your pet peeves......
gum on my shoe, people starting to say something and not finishing, and my house messy

13) Ever been in a car wreck?

14) Do you like to work on your Birthday?

15) What's one trait that you hate about yourself?
nothing I hate...but i would like some top surgery soon

16) What's your middle name?

17) Name 3 thoughts at this exact moment?
last night..... mmmmmm
I am ready for lunch with jen
what's for dinner tonight

18) Name 3 things you bought yesterday?
transmission, food, drink

19) Name 3 drinks you drink regularly?
coffee, sparks, diet soda

20) What's your job?

21) Current hate right now?

22) Do your friends love you?

23) How will you bring in the New Year?
party with my girls at my place

24) Where would you like to be right now?
on vacation on the beach

25) Name three people who will complete this
i dunno

26) Are you one of those teenagers that thinks and talks about their life being unfair and miserable while the rest of us are left thinking how stupid you are?

27) What shirt are you wearing?
black t shirt

28) Do you like sleeping on satin sheets?
cotton 600 thread count or higher only

29) Can you whistle?

30) What will you be doing in a year from now?
making music

31) Would you be a pirate?
hells yeah, they are the chosen people

32) What songs do you sing in the shower?
al sorts

33) Favorite girl's name?

34) Favorite boy's name?

35) What's in your pocket?

36) Last person that made you laugh?

37) Best toy as a child?
gi joe

38) Worst injury you've ever had?
torn ligaments in my leg 10th grade

39) Do you love where you live?

40) Do you give good advice?
I think so.

41) Who is your loudest friend?

42) How many cats do you have?

43) Does someone have a crush on you?

44) Favorite part about your weekend?

45) What are you gonna do for your next birthday?
no plans yet

46) Favorite Sports Team

Where did 47 go??

48) Where is the next place you want to travel to?
the beach

49) What were you doing 12 AM this morning?
hee hee hee hee hee

50) What was the first thing you thought of when you woke up?
more of what i was doing at midnight

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Rollin into noble...
What a year huh.... wow

I am a lucky man....
And soon we will be living in the lake house and it will be spring...
Life is good

And the hits will just keep on coming....
I hope! Ha haha
I am excited to get another shot at my dream.
This time I will be me
All me
And ready

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Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody's going to know whether you did it or not.
Oprah Winfrey (1954 - ), in Good Housekeeping


I am focused.
I am back on the grind.
Workin hard to be hard.
Making that money,

Getting my house in order.
Rebuilding our kingdom
Brick by brick
Earn my crown again.

Taking each day,
Steady and strong.
Steering the ship
toward the sun

@ndrew of @ntioch
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And Happy New Year

(I hope I didn’t forget anyone???)

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pissed pup

it should be illegal

From TMQ:http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=easterbrook/081223

Very high pay to Wall Street managers is justified on the grounds that they are financial geniuses with astonishing expertise. Instead it turns out many financial industry managers made basic blunder after basic blunder. The 2008 financial markets crash belies the entire premise of Wall Street -- that the people there deserve huge paychecks for incredible skill in finance. Any fool can make money in a rising market by borrowing! But if the rise stops and you're leveraged, you hit the wall. This is the short version of how many Wall Street and hedge fund managers appeared to be "financial geniuses" from 2003 to 2006, then ended up destroying their investors. The financial manager with true expertise knows to avoid bubbles, especially bubbles based on borrowing. Many Wall Street and big-bank managers during the housing bubble were taking wild risks or performing no due diligence -- and when the risks blew up, they got to keep their bonuses while investors and stockholders got hosed. At this point, it's totally obvious the system is rigged -- lie about returns (or take crazy risks), claim a spectacular year, award yourself a vast bonus. When the scandal hits, so what? You keep the bonuses. TMQ's basic question: Why isn't this considered embezzlement, punishable by law? Financial managers have a fiduciary responsibility to act in their investors' interest. When financial managers instead act against their investors' interest in order to line their own pockets, that isn't just cynical -- that sounds like a crime.
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Happy Birthday

happy birthday to the most wonderful PTBDSMBFF EVAH!
i hope this year brings you peace and fulfillment
and all the riches you deserve
Somos Dioses, Mi Primera
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