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Discussion in 'The Atrium' started by PackOne, May 11, 2008.

  1. Zombieslayer

    Zombieslayer Cheesehead

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    We cook at least five days a week.

    Q: What's your favorite ethnic cuisine? If American, please specify (Southwest, Southern, Cajun, Soul Food, etc)
     
  2. wpr

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    Heathie your are such a girl! Three slices. That is called an appetizer unless of course they are deep dish slices. :p


    Z's Q- Italiano.

    How many countries have you visited/ lived in?
     
  3. Timmons

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    Does Minnesota count as a country?

    US, Canada, Mexico, France, Spain, England, Germany, and the Ukraine. so 8.


    What is the number one quality you look for when hiring someone?
     
  4. digsthepack

    digsthepack Cheesehead

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    Large breasts and an insatiable sexual appetite.....hey, what can I say, I pimp em' out!

    Q. When did you lose your virginity?
     
  5. Heatherthepackgirl

    Heatherthepackgirl Cheesehead

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    Three months before I got married, age 19.


    What do you hope to be doing 5 years from now?
     
  6. wpr

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    Wait- Cheesey always asks for details when he asks a question. Why not here too? :pop: j/k I don't want someone who has been Packed in Steel to show up on my door step. :eek:
     
  7. digsthepack

    digsthepack Cheesehead

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    A- Living in a country that has not gone the way of failed European socialism.

    Q- While I feel it is the responsibility of all generations to look at those that follow somewhat sceptically, do you believe that we actually have grave concerns for the overly-pampered bunch of crybabies that are coming up now?
     
  8. Zombieslayer

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    Yes. I've never seen a group of pampered wimpy whiny crybabies like my son's generation. It's very sickening, and I'm actually scared for the future of this country.

    Q: This is too good of a question to have one person answer it so I'll ask the same question as Digs to the next guy or gal.
     
  9. cheesey

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    I know.........these kids think they have it bad if their cell phone battery goes dead, or they don't have the "newest" game console.
    The sad part is........they will be the ones running this country, and deciding where to stick us "old floks". (Do any of you remember the movie "Solent Green???")
    Makes me glad i have no kids, and am nearing the end of life. America is getting more and more towards communism, and i hope i'm not here when the toatl change is complete.
     
  10. Zombieslayer

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    Ah yes. I remember that movie quite well.
    The thing is, we'll be in our 70s and still be able to kick their a****. :lol:

    People with the communist mindset are pretty worthless when it comes to pretty much anything.
     
  11. cheesey

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    You won't hear any argument from me on that!!!

    Q: Do you ever whip the bird at another driver that cuts you off in traffic?
     
  12. Heatherthepackgirl

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    I agree Zombie!! We will still be able to kick their butts when we are 70, I for one can run circles around some of the young people that I know, and its sad, they should be kicking my butt. But like Cheesy said, they are to interested in the computer, cell phones and the TV set. But whose fault is it IMO? Its the parents for NOT making these kids work when they were younger, I learned from a very young age to work my butt off and get my hands dirty and I did it, did I like it at the time? NOWAY, but I am so so glad my parents instilled that in me I for one wouldnt have had my business back in WI if it wasnt for my Mom teaching that to me. And to this day I am very hardworking/organized person and this follows you everywhere, to how you keep your house and the job you have.
     
  13. Heatherthepackgirl

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    I have used other fingers, does that count? LOL
    I just never could get myself to use the real bad finger.


    Have you ever went through a green light?
     
  14. Zombieslayer

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    Yes. Went through five or six already today.

    I'm assuming you meant red light.

    Actually, I used to average running one a day delivering pizza. We were out in the middle of NOWHERE in Texas and there was no reason for a red light because you couldn't even see the next car. So I'd stop, make sure there were no cars in sight, then just go. If someone gave me a ticket, he'd for one have to be invisible, and for another, I'd probably tell him he'd so the same thing.
     
  15. Zombieslayer

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    Crap. Forgot a question.

    Ok.

    Q: Have you ever broken a bone?
     
  16. Heatherthepackgirl

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    Yep, your right I meant red light. Me is bad. :)
     
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    Cracked and broke a piece off of my ankle bone. Also have some bone shaved off of my right shoulder. Talk about PAIN!!! :shock: :lol:

    Q: Have you ever had bone spurs?
     
  18. Pack93z

    Pack93z You retired too? .... Not me. I'm in my prime

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    Got you beat.. 83 at one time. :lol: broken bones that is..

    Bone spur.. have a nasty one in my ankle.. good days and bad.. someday it will have to be dealt with.. but it will be an all in one shot.. knee, ankle and shoulder so I have no reason to move for weeks..

    Q: Do you mow your own lawn or have it hired out?
     
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    Haven't had a lawn in a while (apartment). But I think any man who regularly hires his lawn mowed should have to hand in his man-card. (unless you have a disability, or are really old, or lazy, or are afraid of lawn mowers... or grass.)

    Q: what is 'your brand' of beer?
     
  20. digsthepack

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    My lawn is a thing of splendor, and is maintained by me. I have become the man I used to snicker at when younger.....the guy who spends too much time, energy and money making his lawn look nice!! LOL

    Q-Have you ever left a SBD near a group of strangers, only to stop and witness their reaction? Commonly called dive bombing........
     
  21. cheesey

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    Rolling Rock or Miller Lite.
     
  22. cheesey

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    I can see it now........some guy cuts off Heather......and as she drives by him, she whips him the PINKY!
    As the poor guy wonders......."What the heck does :shock: THAT :shock: mean????" :lol:
     
  23. wpr

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    And your next question Cheesey is?????
     
  24. trippster

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    Absolutely!!! What fun is a SBD if you can't enjoy the reactions??


    Q: Do you really care about Darfur?
     
  25. digsthepack

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    A- Africa is a broken continent, led by broken governments. Mugabe has turned the breadbasket of Africa into living hell....and NO amount of money can change a thing until responsible government is established. To the extent I do not like suffering, it saddens me. But pragmatically, the tribal mentality and perpetual pissing match that goes on over there can only be remedied by the people of Darfur specifically, and Africa in general. To the extent that they will not help themselves, I have a harder time mustering up much sympathy.

    Q- Who was the hot mom and/or dad amongst your group of friends as a kid?
     

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