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All good things eventually come to an end

By maxwell edison ·
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Why? I do not know.

Over the past ten years, I've been a little bit of Norm, Sam, Cliff, Frasier, Coach, Woody, and the unsuspecting patron who just happened through the door looking for a cold beer.

Some of you will get it, others will not.

Which are you?

Cheers!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6HI1pjfHlc&NR=1

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Hey, motherflucker

by santeewelding In reply to All good things eventuall ...

I ain't letting you off so easy.

Get yo *** back on that stool. You got more within you than what you know. I'm pretty sure. Soon as I got no more within me, I'll let you know.

Don't see no end to either of us; not, yet.

I'm tempted, I'll let you know. I'm tempted to unhand the whole thing. You know: The whole top-down-thing-of-affairs, where the "PTB" cling to what is all they know. Newspapers, where I learned the old-fashioned way -- they are also going down the tubes, flailing, with what all they think they know. Which, ain't working.

Pursuit of excellence -- that's all I know. I think that is what all you know, too. If not here, then, where?

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All good things

by Tigger_Two In reply to All good things eventuall ...

When I walked away in July, there was no power on earth that could get me back. Heck- as far as I cared, I was gone in August of 2009.

Since then, I dealt with terminal disease, the loss of my precious husband, "friends" who weren't, pressure, stress. pressure, stress, and some pressure and stress. Today I have a father who is trying to die and wishes he could, a sister whose health is compromised, in-laws that I could write a book about, and widowhood at a WAY too early age.

You have completely pissed me off a few times. You have also been the light of my day. Everyone knows your name? I know yours, and it isn't "Quitter".

I get it- this whole re-design thing sucks rocks and the life you are living might not be giving you room for that. Been there. Notice anything different about my name? I tossed away my identity once because I thought it might make another poster more comfortable. H*ll, I even apologized to that person at a time when all I could do was cry for hours every day. Color me an ***.

Max, you can't walk away.

I know what it is like to feel so stuffed up that you can't post. Look at anything I posted over the past year plus! All I was, was anger and pain and hurt- lashing out at every one and every thing. Even you... and felt so justified doing so. So "right". While being so wrong.

If you need to, take a page from my book. Just stay away for a bit until you are ready to confront these changes. Better yet, become a part of encouraging the good while identifying the bad.


(((hugs))) Max. We need you where you are.

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I'd hug him

by santeewelding In reply to All good things

But, probably, he would shout and point at me.

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So what?

by Tigger_Two In reply to I'd hug him

He rather enjoys shouting and pointing- depending on his mood and/or subject matter.

When you are going through ****, all that matters is the people who are willing to go through it with you. Everyone else can be excused.

I know this to be true. I live in ****.

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It's all in the labels...

by AnsuGisalas In reply to I'd hug him

if you call it a flying tackle-grab-takedown it will shield his pride.
You'll both know what it is, though, and that's what matters.

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For the squeamish of the gender

by NickNielsen In reply to It's all in the labels...

A man-to-man hug should be referred to as a "chest bump with arm wrap".

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That

by AnsuGisalas In reply to For the squeamish of the ...

somehow sounds much much worse... like a page out of an alternative kama sutra or something..

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Life wins out...

by AnsuGisalas In reply to All good things

That's a Finnish saying, used for that time where a person picks some part of themselves back up, despite of grief and troubles.
Letting oneself grieve is important too, there's a time for each.
Good to see that you've made it back.

I have a hard time imagining that Maxwell will retire his soapbox permanently :)
Everybody needs a break from time to time though, from anything.

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and sometimes,

by .Martin. In reply to Life wins out...

from everything.

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Don't see a reason for it

by NickNielsen In reply to All good things eventuall ...

I don't see you just up and quitting in such a way that it looks like you can't handle the new TR format.

You'll be back.

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