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Old 03-19-2018, 10:20 AM   #1
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If you could be a teenager again would you?

I always hear people say no way I would want to go back and do that again. I on the other hand would do it in a second. Youth was awesome to me. You had awesome energy (I mean one time me and the wife did it 7 times in one day) Plus you didn't have any responsibilities and you only thought about fun stuff most of the time. I didn't even think about what I wanted to do with my life until I was like 20 or 21.

I mean I know alot of ya'll don't like me for my political views but when I was young I didn't think at all about politics. I mean none I barely even knew who the pres was and I didn't care. I just caredf about chicks, surfing, wakeboarding and riding(more dirtbikes back then). I LOATHED the news and would beg my dad to watch something else. So I think those that don't like me now would have liked me then. I mean I"m still fighting getting old as much as I can with test and working out but that doesn't change that I am still fifty freak'n three.

Now, I look at myself and say you are 53 Bill you're old to my 18 or 19 year old self. I get all stressed out about the world and the way it's headed and not as happy as I was back then. I really feel sorry for my kids to grow up with all this weirdness going on. I don't really have anything to really look forward(already got married, had kids, kids married off, grandkids built a business) to other than getting older and that really sux. I mean when I see old people shuffling around and wearing depends makes me want to ever ride faster and start packing my own parachute when I get in my 70s so I can get my new body in Heaven faster.

So what about ya'll?
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Old 03-19-2018, 10:26 AM   #2
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Do you believe in unnatural selection?
Would not rather this thread up if you don't mind. I tire of debating my faith with unbelievers. You don't want to believe in fine. Live your 70 or 80 years and "hopefully" just will just die and lose out your chance for a glorified body that never gets sicks or dies. that is your free will. Go for it. I am not changing your mind and your not changing me mine. So why bother with bickering. You don't have that much left here on earth so you should use it wisely and not wasting time debating when you don't believe in Him. That is like me debating the toothe fairy. I wouldn't waste my time you shouldn't either.

So if you really want to talk about selection and all the other bs can't you start your thread in circus and let this be a nice fantasy dreamer thread for us older guys.
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I don't know what it is and I really don't care tell you the truth. Now can you answer the thread question? .. your making me tired.
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I don't know what it is and I really don't care tell you the truth. Now can you answer the thread question? .. your making me tired.
Seedless fruits, Holstein cattle, and Pomeranian dogs are all examples of unnatural selection as they don't occur naturally in the wild. Do you believe in the process of unnatural selection?
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Not Teenager, but Time travel would be nice to go back and bang some of the hotties I scored back in highschool. Man I didn't how good I had it back then. Getting blowies in the car before school. MAN.....
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Not Teenager, but Time travel would be nice to go back and bang some of the hotties I scored back in highschool. Man I didn't how good I had it back then. Getting blowies in the car before school. MAN.....
See what I mean there ya go. I was thinking 19 when 19 was the legal drinking age. I remember when i was a jr and at a rock & roll highshool. I and took a hit off a hash pipe and blew it out in the school. You bring up a good point. The hotties girls look their best 15 to 19 I think. I mean I don't mind milfs either but young chicks are tight and firm and they have alot of energy.

So what age would you pick toe?
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Please Bill, tell us more about wakeboarding when you were a teenager. What kind of boat did y'all tow with back then? What kind of board were you riding?
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It's at the top of his FB page
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Wow good catch it wasn't wakeboardkn it was solemn and single trick skiing. Had cobalt run about. Had a Jobe honeycomb.

So now what about you?teenage years again or now
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Dont get me wrong I've been working since i was 15.
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I remember, when I was about 20, partying and drinking all afternoon and about 2 in the morning me and a couple buddies walked down the street to get some munchies at a convenience store.
I was pretty drunk and I took a big hit off the joint I was carrying. Right as I exhaled I realized I was standing in the store on the candy aisle. Suddenly I was thinking more clearly and decided to go outside, ha ha.
Yeah, didn't worry about as much in those days.

, we went to a midnight showing of "Night of the Living Dead" and were smoking pot in the theater. The only problem was all the people that wanted some and we only had a cpouple joints with us, Ha ha ha
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Oh hey Bill, seeing you talk about skiing...
I had a Renegade Outlaw 16ft ski boat with a 135 Evinrude. It would run about 65mph with a ski prop, faster if we put the stainless cleaver on it.
I had a Connelly Hook wooden ski. It was the just before they came out with the honeycomb skis like your Jobe and IMHO it was waay prettier than any plastic ski! Ha!

Crazy thing is I still have that ski, it's in perfect condition because it's always been inside and in a case.
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I had a Renegade Outlaw 16ft ski boat with a 135 Evinrude. It would run about 65mph with a ski prop, faster if we put the stainless cleaver on it.
I had a Connelly Hook wooden ski. It was the just before they came out with the honeycomb skis like your Jobe and IMHO it was waay prettier than any plastic ski! Ha!

Crazy thing is I still have that ski, it's in perfect condition because it's always been inside and in a case.
lol I kept mine for the longest time too even after i got into wakeboarding. But poor thing just was growing old and unused for years. I did love skiing when I did it. Would always look at water to see if it was glass or not and think about shredding it up. When is the last time you used it?
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lol I kept mine for the longest time too even after i got into wakeboarding. But poor thing just was growing old and unused for years. I did love skiing when I did it. Would always look at water to see if it was glass or not and think about shredding it up. When is the last time you used it?
It was a long time ago. Really couldn't tell you how long ago.
I do remember when I was young I could ski until people said my turn was over and made me stop. We'd ski like that all day.
The last time I skied, I was out there probably 3 or 4 minutes and they had to help me in the boat. Every muscle in my body was shaking I was so fatigued.
Now I doubt I could ski for more than a minute and no way could I drag an elbow!
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I'd rather not go back. I had a lot of fun, no doubt. On the other hand I also almost died twice, was fed by a machine for 6 months and lived with constant pain for several years. I sat in bed in an ICU and watched as friends and family took turns coming in to "visit" with me, it was only later that I learned they were coming to say their good byes as I wasn't expected to survive. I didn't always know where I was going to sleep at night or where my next meal was coming from unless I was at school. I hope my kids never know pain like I have known.
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I'd rather not go back. I had a lot of fun, no doubt. On the other hand I also almost died twice, was fed by a machine for 6 months and lived with constant pain for several years. I sat in bed in an ICU and watched as friends and family took turns coming in to "visit" with me, it was only later that I learned they were coming to say their good byes as I wasn't expected to survive. I didn't always know where I was going to sleep at night or where my next meal was coming from unless I was at school. I hope my kids never know pain like I have known.
Wow man that sounds horrible what happened?
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