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Post by EX_YN1 » Thu Jun 08, 2006 10:19 pm

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General Edwin Amis wrote: God man! You could of at least actually stood IN the bathroom when you took the picture. Is it that you try to avoid all sources of light if at all possible?
<br> Maybe Merritt can't fit in the bathroom... :)
:actually laughs out loud @ Ian's comment:
<br>Hey - you never know..... i often find myself in strange situations in my bathroom as well:<br> <img src="http://myspace-056.vo.llnwd.net/00791/6 ... 5056_l.jpg"> don't even ask why i was in the shower, it's a long story... :)
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Post by General Edwin Amis » Thu Jun 08, 2006 11:27 pm

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General Edwin Amis wrote: God man! You could of at least actually stood IN the bathroom when you took the picture. Is it that you try to avoid all sources of light if at all possible?
<br> Maybe Merritt can't fit in the bathroom... :)
:actually laughs out loud @ Ian's comment:

well, i had to keep the camera at a certian angle to keep the flash from blinding the camera. i'll get a better picture this weekend while i'm covering A-Con for Argent Fire, i just didn't have anyone to snap a photo last night. Terri just kept begging me for a picture so i took one real quick :P :roll: besides, the darkness keeps an air of mystery... how big do you think that camera is? a $500 microcam or just freekishly large paws gripping the photo device? you can't tell, thats the mystery xD

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I would wager that you are actually 2 inches tall.
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Post by sounguru » Thu Jun 08, 2006 11:36 pm

Okay I know I have been silent on this issue and there are alot of you that wonder what does the great Guru look like ... Well I want you to know this is just a quick snap of my mug. It is slightly out of focus so don't comment on that part. I will try to get a better picture when it gets cooler and my mug will look steaming hot.... :wink:



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Post by EX_YN1 » Thu Jun 08, 2006 11:48 pm

General Edwin Amis wrote:
whistler wrote:
EX_YN1 wrote:<br> Maybe Merritt can't fit in the bathroom... :)
:actually laughs out loud @ Ian's comment:

well, i had to keep the camera at a certian angle to keep the flash from blinding the camera. i'll get a better picture this weekend while i'm covering A-Con for Argent Fire, i just didn't have anyone to snap a photo last night. Terri just kept begging me for a picture so i took one real quick :P :roll: besides, the darkness keeps an air of mystery... how big do you think that camera is? a $500 microcam or just freekishly large paws gripping the photo device? you can't tell, thats the mystery xD

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I would wager that you are actually 2 inches tall.
now thats something i hadn't considered ---- the camera is actually several feet back from his hand while he stands on the toothbrush holder! :)
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Post by CJ_Keys » Fri Jun 09, 2006 12:22 am

This is my most recent. The last one I posted is a little old. This one is just abotu a year old. I dont have my picture taken too often. This was up at DC when I took my then wife to be to see the cherry blossoms.

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Post by Lawgiver » Fri Jun 09, 2006 1:49 am

sounguru wrote:Okay I know I have been silent on this issue and there are alot of you that wonder what does the great Guru look like ... Well I want you to know this is just a quick snap of my mug. It is slightly out of focus so don't comment on that part. I will try to get a better picture when it gets cooler and my mug will look steaming hot.... :wink:



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Post by sounguru » Fri Jun 09, 2006 2:01 am

I'm just surprised no one did it before I did... :lol:

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Post by whistler » Fri Jun 09, 2006 2:05 am

sounguru wrote:Okay I know I have been silent on this issue and there are alot of you that wonder what does the great Guru look like ... Well I want you to know this is just a quick snap of my mug. It is slightly out of focus so don't comment on that part. I will try to get a better picture when it gets cooler and my mug will look steaming hot.... :wink:



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hardy har har :roll:





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Ian, i can't help but notice that you don't look like a very happy camper in that photo... oh well, its nice to put a picture with the faces guys, thanks for sharing :)

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Post by Steve Ronin » Fri Jun 09, 2006 8:50 am

guru: aha. ahaha. ha. not really. and I thought I had the patent for dumb jokes on this site. :roll:

CJ: I've seen enough of you: let's see a pic of the new ball and chain. :shock:





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Post by Lawgiver » Fri Jun 09, 2006 9:12 am

Steve Ronin wrote:**I've been told she is a real MILF...**
Always the voice of diplomacy and respect...
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Post by CJ_Keys » Fri Jun 09, 2006 9:48 am

Steve Ronin wrote:guru: aha. ahaha. ha. not really. and I thought I had the patent for dumb jokes on this site. :roll:

CJ: I've seen enough of you: let's see a pic of the new ball and chain. :shock:





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Post by Steve Ronin » Fri Jun 09, 2006 2:23 pm

Lawgiver wrote:
Steve Ronin wrote:**I've been told she is a real MILF...**
Always the voice of diplomacy and respect...
well, SOMEBODY has to be... :P :twisted:

CJ: she's the perfect example of mature female loveliness. Good For You. :thumleft:

*pity her, she hasn't figured out what she's latched onto yet* :wink: :twisted:
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Post by EX_YN1 » Fri Jun 09, 2006 2:29 pm

CJ_Keys wrote:
Steve Ronin wrote:guru: aha. ahaha. ha. not really. and I thought I had the patent for dumb jokes on this site. :roll:

CJ: I've seen enough of you: let's see a pic of the new ball and chain. :shock:





**I've been told she is a real MILF...**
Here is the "Ball and Chain" As steve puts it.
<br> I couldn't even begin to imagine what my wife would do to me if I ever called her the "Ball and Chain"... ;)
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Post by Steve Ronin » Fri Jun 09, 2006 2:32 pm

:D mine has just never *caught me* calling her the 'Old Ball & Chain' or 'BattleAxe' or 'Nag'. :D

course, if she does: well, I'll be typing (and looking) like Stephen Hawkings. :(
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Post by Typhoon » Fri Jun 09, 2006 10:04 pm

Steve Ronin wrote::D mine has just never *caught me* calling her the 'Old Ball & Chain' or 'BattleAxe' or 'Nag'. :D

course, if she does: well, I'll be typing (and looking) like Stephen Hawkings. :(
And that is one of the happy reasons why marrying a person whose first language is not the same as yours is so nice. I could call my wife those names and she may not understand the meaning, unless someone is dumb enough to explain it. However, I do not call my wife that......yet! :wink:

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Post by CJ_Keys » Fri Jun 09, 2006 10:06 pm

Steve Ronin wrote::D mine has just never *caught me* calling her the 'Old Ball & Chain' or 'BattleAxe' or 'Nag'. :D

course, if she does: well, I'll be typing (and looking) like Stephen Hawkings. :(
that might be an improvement for you :mrgreen:

Im sure that if she were willing to read the forums that she would like your comment.
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Post by Typhoon » Fri Jun 09, 2006 10:08 pm

Steve Ronin wrote: CJ: she's the perfect example of mature female loveliness.
"mature female loveliness", Man, Steve, can I watch as she beats the living snot out of you? :lol:

You really have a way with words that can just flatter a woman! :wink:

You, Casanova, you!!! :lol:

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Post by CJ_Keys » Fri Jun 09, 2006 11:09 pm

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Steve Ronin wrote: CJ: she's the perfect example of mature female loveliness.
"mature female loveliness", Man, Steve, can I watch as she beats the living snot out of you? :lol:

You really have a way with words that can just flatter a woman! :wink:

You, Casanova, you!!! :lol:
Typhoon, she is a mature woman.
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Post by Typhoon » Sat Jun 10, 2006 12:50 am

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Steve Ronin wrote: CJ: she's the perfect example of mature female loveliness.
"mature female loveliness", Man, Steve, can I watch as she beats the living snot out of you? :lol:

You really have a way with words that can just flatter a woman! :wink:

You, Casanova, you!!! :lol:
Typhoon, she is a mature woman.
That may be but you don't want to be saying that to her face! Some may accept the phrase but the majority would beat you within a inch of your life for using "mature" with "female loveliness" IME and from advice I have read and been given. :D

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Post by Steve Ronin » Mon Jun 12, 2006 9:04 am

:?: :?: :?: wha.... did I say someting wrong :?: :?: :?:

It really was meant as a compliment, but I can see it perceived differently.
CJ: if I have offended, I apologize.

My wife is older than me, too. I prefer a mature woman who is confident in herself, as opposed to the wasp-ish toothpicks with a personality to match. To not be crude: mature women are also more confident behind closed doors, too.
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Post by Typhoon » Mon Jun 12, 2006 9:46 am

Steve Ronin wrote::?: :?: :?: wha.... did I say someting wrong :?: :?: :?:

It really was meant as a compliment, but I can see it perceived differently.
CJ: if I have offended, I apologize.

My wife is older than me, too. I prefer a mature woman who is confident in herself, as opposed to the wasp-ish toothpicks with a personality to match. To not be crude: mature women are also more confident behind closed doors, too.
I don't think you said anything wrong and I am sure it was taken as a compliment, however, in my experience you do not call a woman "mature". My grandma, her sisters, and their friends would have killed you. :wink: You have to be careful with the "mature" tag.

No bad here I think!

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Post by CJ_Keys » Mon Jun 12, 2006 10:04 am

Steve Ronin wrote::?: :?: :?: wha.... did I say someting wrong :?: :?: :?:

It really was meant as a compliment, but I can see it perceived differently.
CJ: if I have offended, I apologize.

My wife is older than me, too. I prefer a mature woman who is confident in herself, as opposed to the wasp-ish toothpicks with a personality to match. To not be crude: mature women are also more confident behind closed doors, too.
no offense taken, just poking at ya
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Post by Charlie Tango » Thu Jul 13, 2006 1:57 am

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