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True power cannot be sought, save in vain.

True power is bestowed from on high.

Ive met homeless people with more spiritual power than any pastor or priest I've ever met.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


to be perfectly honest, the greatest people I've ever met, be it wise, good, generous, or all around well balanced, are the hobos.

I've never been turned away by them, they've always shared what they had without a second thought.
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yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
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so excited about it.. chuckle

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When Bill Clinton blew my farm up I found myself homeless and being hunted on the streets after they found out I lived. only people to help me were homeless people...
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When Bill Clinton blew my farm up I found myself homeless and being hunted on the streets after they found out I lived. only people to help me were homeless people...
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Yes, homeless people have no delusion about reality. That is why most of the sane ones are so genuinehf
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I started Mass Effect Andromeda a few days back.

It's pretty good.. interesting storyline, good gameplay mechanics..

It should keep me occupied for the near future..
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Yep, That's a huge game if you don't mind the grinding.
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Ya might enjoy Star citizen, with your military background.. many many vets forming clans, organizations.. It's a combination of a flight simulator for spaceships and an fps style mmo game. It will also have a tie in Mass effect like single player game
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True power cannot be sought, save in vain.

True power is bestowed from on high.

Ive met homeless people with more spiritual power than any pastor or priest I've ever met.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


to be perfectly honest, the greatest people I've ever met, be it wise, good, generous, or all around well balanced, are the hobos.

I've never been turned away by them, they've always shared what they had without a second thought.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
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it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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I started Mass Effect Andromeda a few days back.

It's pretty good.. interesting storyline, good gameplay mechanics..

It should keep me occupied for the near future..
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Yep, That's a huge game if you don't mind the grinding.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Ya might enjoy Star citizen, with your military background.. many many vets forming clans, organizations.. It's a combination of a flight simulator for spaceships and an fps style mmo game. It will also have a tie in Mass effect like single player game
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Cool, ill tell my son about it thank you.

I don't play first person shooters for obvious reasons...
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
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I started Mass Effect Andromeda a few days back.

It's pretty good.. interesting storyline, good gameplay mechanics..

It should keep me occupied for the near future..
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Yep, That's a huge game if you don't mind the grinding.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Ya might enjoy Star citizen, with your military background.. many many vets forming clans, organizations.. It's a combination of a flight simulator for spaceships and an fps style mmo game. It will also have a tie in Mass effect like single player game
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hesright
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True power cannot be sought, save in vain.

True power is bestowed from on high.

Ive met homeless people with more spiritual power than any pastor or priest I've ever met.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


to be perfectly honest, the greatest people I've ever met, be it wise, good, generous, or all around well balanced, are the hobos.

I've never been turned away by them, they've always shared what they had without a second thought.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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cheers

That's why I like you man.

You seem to get it.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
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True power cannot be sought, save in vain.

True power is bestowed from on high.

Ive met homeless people with more spiritual power than any pastor or priest I've ever met.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


to be perfectly honest, the greatest people I've ever met, be it wise, good, generous, or all around well balanced, are the hobos.

I've never been turned away by them, they've always shared what they had without a second thought.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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How did you get out of it?
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True power cannot be sought, save in vain.

True power is bestowed from on high.

Ive met homeless people with more spiritual power than any pastor or priest I've ever met.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


to be perfectly honest, the greatest people I've ever met, be it wise, good, generous, or all around well balanced, are the hobos.

I've never been turned away by them, they've always shared what they had without a second thought.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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Yep we're all the SAME. Just shaped different by reality. Even animals are on the same wavelength. Their level and awareness and shape/form is the only difference. I even met some aliens and it's the SAME thingalien031rof1
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to be perfectly honest, the greatest people I've ever met, be it wise, good, generous, or all around well balanced, are the hobos.

I've never been turned away by them, they've always shared what they had without a second thought.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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cheers

That's why I like you man.

You seem to get it.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


ditto bro. cheers
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to be perfectly honest, the greatest people I've ever met, be it wise, good, generous, or all around well balanced, are the hobos.

I've never been turned away by them, they've always shared what they had without a second thought.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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How did you get out of it?
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WILL and the grace of God just like everyone else lol
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When Bill Clinton blew my farm up I found myself homeless and being hunted on the streets after they found out I lived. only people to help me were homeless people...
 Quoting: King Triad


Yes, homeless people have no delusion about reality. That is why most of the sane ones are so genuinehf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


Some of the best people I've known were homeless bums.

Some of the worst people I've ever know were rich prick christians who go to church 3 days a week.

Its a funny dichotomy and the main reason I don't go to church anymore.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
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yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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How did you get out of it?
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WILL and the grace of God just like everyone else lol
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I wasn't asking you.
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to be perfectly honest, the greatest people I've ever met, be it wise, good, generous, or all around well balanced, are the hobos.

I've never been turned away by them, they've always shared what they had without a second thought.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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How did you get out of it?
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I was using my cousins apartment to shower up when he got into meth and I decided to stay with him to help him get through it alive (he wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed), and I met my future wife who was in an abusive relationship.

Her and I became friends and I helped her get rid of the dude (we ended up fighting and I knocked him out), then later we started dating.

It was an adventure to start out, but the world just made way for us and through a series of circumstances beyond our ability to control, we found a way.

to be fair though, she got pregnant and that changed everything.

chuckle
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it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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How did you get out of it?
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WILL and the grace of God just like everyone else lol
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I wasn't asking you.
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Idaf. I still answered RETARD. Because I'm a narcissist and you're still and ugly Retard1rof1
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When Bill Clinton blew my farm up I found myself homeless and being hunted on the streets after they found out I lived. only people to help me were homeless people...
 Quoting: King Triad


Yes, homeless people have no delusion about reality. That is why most of the sane ones are so genuinehf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


Some of the best people I've known were homeless bums.

Some of the worst people I've ever know were rich prick christians who go to church 3 days a week.

Its a funny dichotomy and the main reason I don't go to church anymore.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


When you have nothing, are nothing, it's much easier to throw off the yolk of the programming, to just be, without getting lost in stresses about the past, present, future.
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yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
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it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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How did you get out of it?
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I was using my cousins apartment to shower up when he got into meth and I decided to stay with him to help him get through it alive (he wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed), and I met my future wife who was in an abusive relationship.

Her and I became friends and I helped her get rid of the dude (we ended up fighting and I knocked him out), then later we started dating.

It was an adventure to start out, but the world just made way for us and through a series of circumstances beyond our ability to control, we found a way.

to be fair though, she got pregnant and that changed everything.

chuckle
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Is she your current wife? Youre still together?
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yep the true exchange/price of wisdom is homelessness or being an outcast, recluse. Nothing is FREEyoda
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it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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How did you get out of it?
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I was using my cousins apartment to shower up when he got into meth and I decided to stay with him to help him get through it alive (he wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed), and I met my future wife who was in an abusive relationship.

Her and I became friends and I helped her get rid of the dude (we ended up fighting and I knocked him out), then later we started dating.

It was an adventure to start out, but the world just made way for us and through a series of circumstances beyond our ability to control, we found a way.

to be fair though, she got pregnant and that changed everything.

chuckle
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Sounds like y'all saved each other.

The way me and my wife met was similar.

I was drinking myself to death and getting into all kinds of trouble when I met her.

She really saved my life. After a couple dates I told her to run and not look back, I was bad news.

She refused and stayed. That was 11 years ago.

She really saved my ass. I'd be dead by now otherwise.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
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How did you get out of it?
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WILL and the grace of God just like everyone else lol
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I wasn't asking you.
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Idaf. I still answered RETARD. Because I'm a narcissist and you're still and ugly Retard1rof1
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Well, I dont like people speaking for others like they know their situation or experiences better than them.
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it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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How did you get out of it?
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I was using my cousins apartment to shower up when he got into meth and I decided to stay with him to help him get through it alive (he wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed), and I met my future wife who was in an abusive relationship.

Her and I became friends and I helped her get rid of the dude (we ended up fighting and I knocked him out), then later we started dating.

It was an adventure to start out, but the world just made way for us and through a series of circumstances beyond our ability to control, we found a way.

to be fair though, she got pregnant and that changed everything.

chuckle
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Is she your current wife? Youre still together?
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yep, we've been together almost 7 years now.

she's the most amazing woman I've ever met.
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WILL and the grace of God just like everyone else lol
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I wasn't asking you.
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Idaf. I still answered RETARD. Because I'm a narcissist and you're still and ugly Retard1rof1
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Well, I dont like people speaking for others like they know their situation or experiences better than them.
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I always know best because I am GODrockon
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it's so true.

I learned the most being on the streets.

I learned money is an illusion by using books as currency.

I learned how wasteful society is by dumpster diving.

I learned that we're all the same by traveling around.

among other lessons too numerous to mention..

I'm grateful for my experience.

chuckle
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How did you get out of it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75477000


I was using my cousins apartment to shower up when he got into meth and I decided to stay with him to help him get through it alive (he wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed), and I met my future wife who was in an abusive relationship.

Her and I became friends and I helped her get rid of the dude (we ended up fighting and I knocked him out), then later we started dating.

It was an adventure to start out, but the world just made way for us and through a series of circumstances beyond our ability to control, we found a way.

to be fair though, she got pregnant and that changed everything.

chuckle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


Sounds like y'all saved each other.

The way me and my wife met was similar.

I was drinking myself to death and getting into all kinds of trouble when I met her.

She really saved my life. After a couple dates I told her to run and not look back, I was bad news.

She refused and stayed. That was 11 years ago.

She really saved my ass. I'd be dead by now otherwise.
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yeah, me too.

I had no desire to get off the streets when I met her, and she would have been content to travel with me were it not for getting pregnant.

that changed everything. chuckle

I make it a point to show her how much she means to me every day.

that's awesome that you have that too, I know what it means to me to have someone that understands my ways.

cheers
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How did you get out of it?
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I was using my cousins apartment to shower up when he got into meth and I decided to stay with him to help him get through it alive (he wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed), and I met my future wife who was in an abusive relationship.

Her and I became friends and I helped her get rid of the dude (we ended up fighting and I knocked him out), then later we started dating.

It was an adventure to start out, but the world just made way for us and through a series of circumstances beyond our ability to control, we found a way.

to be fair though, she got pregnant and that changed everything.

chuckle
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Is she your current wife? Youre still together?
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yep, we've been together almost 7 years now.

she's the most amazing woman I've ever met.
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Was she homless also at the time?
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When Bill Clinton blew my farm up I found myself homeless and being hunted on the streets after they found out I lived. only people to help me were homeless people...
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Yes, homeless people have no delusion about reality. That is why most of the sane ones are so genuinehf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2876001


Some of the best people I've known were homeless bums.

Some of the worst people I've ever know were rich prick christians who go to church 3 days a week.

Its a funny dichotomy and the main reason I don't go to church anymore.
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it doesn't take much to convince newton to talk about whatever you want to talk about! lol

he'll follow your lead anywhere! lol
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I was using my cousins apartment to shower up when he got into meth and I decided to stay with him to help him get through it alive (he wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed), and I met my future wife who was in an abusive relationship.

Her and I became friends and I helped her get rid of the dude (we ended up fighting and I knocked him out), then later we started dating.

It was an adventure to start out, but the world just made way for us and through a series of circumstances beyond our ability to control, we found a way.

to be fair though, she got pregnant and that changed everything.

chuckle
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Is she your current wife? Youre still together?
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yep, we've been together almost 7 years now.

she's the most amazing woman I've ever met.
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Was she homless also at the time?
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no, she had an apartment with the abusive boyfriend.

they were even engaged, but he left her a note one weekend that he was going off to cheat on her, so I moved in while he was gone and together we kept him out.

I masterminded a pretty good plan over it too. couldn't just expect him to be okay with getting booted, he was kinda psycho.

good thing I played so many rts games.. chuckle
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How did you get out of it?
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I was using my cousins apartment to shower up when he got into meth and I decided to stay with him to help him get through it alive (he wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed), and I met my future wife who was in an abusive relationship.

Her and I became friends and I helped her get rid of the dude (we ended up fighting and I knocked him out), then later we started dating.

It was an adventure to start out, but the world just made way for us and through a series of circumstances beyond our ability to control, we found a way.

to be fair though, she got pregnant and that changed everything.

chuckle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


Sounds like y'all saved each other.

The way me and my wife met was similar.

I was drinking myself to death and getting into all kinds of trouble when I met her.

She really saved my life. After a couple dates I told her to run and not look back, I was bad news.

She refused and stayed. That was 11 years ago.

She really saved my ass. I'd be dead by now otherwise.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


yeah, me too.

I had no desire to get off the streets when I met her, and she would have been content to travel with me were it not for getting pregnant.

that changed everything. chuckle

I make it a point to show her how much she means to me every day.

that's awesome that you have that too, I know what it means to me to have someone that understands my ways.

cheers
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cheers

To be honest, she is still trying to understand me, but she TRIES everyday.

I'm kinda hard to get to know, but she gets me on a level I never thought anyone could reach.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
~Newton's Own~

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Is she your current wife? Youre still together?
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yep, we've been together almost 7 years now.

she's the most amazing woman I've ever met.
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Was she homless also at the time?
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no, she had an apartment with the abusive boyfriend.

they were even engaged, but he left her a note one weekend that he was going off to cheat on her, so I moved in while he was gone and together we kept him out.

I masterminded a pretty good plan over it too. couldn't just expect him to be okay with getting booted, he was kinda psycho.

good thing I played so many rts games.. chuckle
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Wow, brutal.

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I was using my cousins apartment to shower up when he got into meth and I decided to stay with him to help him get through it alive (he wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed), and I met my future wife who was in an abusive relationship.

Her and I became friends and I helped her get rid of the dude (we ended up fighting and I knocked him out), then later we started dating.

It was an adventure to start out, but the world just made way for us and through a series of circumstances beyond our ability to control, we found a way.

to be fair though, she got pregnant and that changed everything.

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Sounds like y'all saved each other.

The way me and my wife met was similar.

I was drinking myself to death and getting into all kinds of trouble when I met her.

She really saved my life. After a couple dates I told her to run and not look back, I was bad news.

She refused and stayed. That was 11 years ago.

She really saved my ass. I'd be dead by now otherwise.
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yeah, me too.

I had no desire to get off the streets when I met her, and she would have been content to travel with me were it not for getting pregnant.

that changed everything. chuckle

I make it a point to show her how much she means to me every day.

that's awesome that you have that too, I know what it means to me to have someone that understands my ways.

cheers
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cheers

To be honest, she is still trying to understand me, but she TRIES everyday.

I'm kinda hard to get to know, but she gets me on a level I never thought anyone could reach.
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exactly.

I never thought I'd see the day where someone gets me and accepts me at the same time.





GLP