Godlike Productions - Discussion Forum
Users Online Now: 1,350 (Who's On?)Visitors Today: 99,438
Pageviews Today: 238,994Threads Today: 136Posts Today: 2,600
03:41 AM


Rate this Thread

Absolute BS Crap Reasonable Nice Amazing
 

What would you say to him?

 
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 12:47 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Keep talking
spanky-waitn
 Quoting: Theuse


Lol, what do you want to talk about bud?

How's Russia? Cold I bet...
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 12:52 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Morning guys. coffee4

What’s new?
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 12:54 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Morning guys. coffee4

What’s new?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Nothing much, chores and stuff.

How's the home schooling going?

We are seriously looking into it for middle school after next year.

I don't think I want to send my son to the one he would have to go to.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:03 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Morning guys. coffee4

What’s new?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Nothing much, chores and stuff.

How's the home schooling going?

We are seriously looking into it for middle school after next year.

I don't think I want to send my son to the one he would have to go to.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


It’s going good, all things considered. We actually tried some public school for a short time, not liking the change in behavior. He didn’t mind at all, considering the kids he had to be around.

I have to temper my expectations at times and consider my sons age when I’m trying to explain things, but he learns fast.

I sure like not having to send him away for hours a day, that’s for sure.

Also, he beat call of duty ghosts the other day, and that was a pride filled moment, let me tell ya.. chuckle

Honestly, it was the right choice. Kids aren’t what they were when we went to school, and the social aspect is much different now, so I fully expect him to dominate some online games and be just as social as the public schoolers in a short time.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:06 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
That first part didn’t sound right..

He wanted friends, so we tried am kindergarten, but the kids weren’t what he expected, and then his behavior started changing. We pulled him out and he didn’t mind at all. Now he’s back to his happy and gaming self.

Of course, it doesn’t hurt that we just bought him a switch for kidsmas (our Christmas, a month long celebration of kids).

chuckle
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 01:07 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Morning guys. coffee4

What’s new?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Nothing much, chores and stuff.

How's the home schooling going?

We are seriously looking into it for middle school after next year.

I don't think I want to send my son to the one he would have to go to.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


It’s going good, all things considered. We actually tried some public school for a short time, not liking the change in behavior. He didn’t mind at all, considering the kids he had to be around.

I have to temper my expectations at times and consider my sons age when I’m trying to explain things, but he learns fast.

I sure like not having to send him away for hours a day, that’s for sure.

Also, he beat call of duty ghosts the other day, and that was a pride filled moment, let me tell ya.. chuckle

Honestly, it was the right choice. Kids aren’t what they were when we went to school, and the social aspect is much different now, so I fully expect him to dominate some online games and be just as social as the public schoolers in a short time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


My son is very gifted and smart, in GT classes and skipped a grade, not bragging just reality.

I'm not sure I want to send him to the...culturally enriched...school he'd have to go to and the problems they are having with gangs and violence.

That's akin to sending him into the lions den with a pat on the back, and an atta boy, no thanks.

He's so smart, we can do it together here at home I think.

He played Ghosts too and smoked it.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

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

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 01:11 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
That first part didn’t sound right..

He wanted friends, so we tried am kindergarten, but the kids weren’t what he expected, and then his behavior started changing. We pulled him out and he didn’t mind at all. Now he’s back to his happy and gaming self.

Of course, it doesn’t hurt that we just bought him a switch for kidsmas (our Christmas, a month long celebration of kids).

chuckle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


lol, I hear ya bro.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:14 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Morning guys. coffee4

What’s new?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Nothing much, chores and stuff.

How's the home schooling going?

We are seriously looking into it for middle school after next year.

I don't think I want to send my son to the one he would have to go to.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


It’s going good, all things considered. We actually tried some public school for a short time, not liking the change in behavior. He didn’t mind at all, considering the kids he had to be around.

I have to temper my expectations at times and consider my sons age when I’m trying to explain things, but he learns fast.

I sure like not having to send him away for hours a day, that’s for sure.

Also, he beat call of duty ghosts the other day, and that was a pride filled moment, let me tell ya.. chuckle

Honestly, it was the right choice. Kids aren’t what they were when we went to school, and the social aspect is much different now, so I fully expect him to dominate some online games and be just as social as the public schoolers in a short time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


My son is very gifted and smart, in GT classes and skipped a grade, not bragging just reality.

I'm not sure I want to send him to the...culturally enriched...school he'd have to go to and the problems they are having with gangs and violence.

That's akin to sending him into the lions den with a pat on the back, and an atta boy, no thanks.

He's so smart, we can do it together here at home I think.

He played Ghosts too and smoked it.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Yeah, exactly. Smart kids in dumbs schools equal bad idea.

Nothing wrong with taking pride in your child’s intelligence.

I fully expect my son to be coding his own games by junior high, and he shows all the interest I could hope for.

I’d much rather be the one that controls the pace, rather than a school that has passing interest in his success.

It’s so much harder, but way worth it.
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 01:19 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


Nothing much, chores and stuff.

How's the home schooling going?

We are seriously looking into it for middle school after next year.

I don't think I want to send my son to the one he would have to go to.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


It’s going good, all things considered. We actually tried some public school for a short time, not liking the change in behavior. He didn’t mind at all, considering the kids he had to be around.

I have to temper my expectations at times and consider my sons age when I’m trying to explain things, but he learns fast.

I sure like not having to send him away for hours a day, that’s for sure.

Also, he beat call of duty ghosts the other day, and that was a pride filled moment, let me tell ya.. chuckle

Honestly, it was the right choice. Kids aren’t what they were when we went to school, and the social aspect is much different now, so I fully expect him to dominate some online games and be just as social as the public schoolers in a short time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


My son is very gifted and smart, in GT classes and skipped a grade, not bragging just reality.

I'm not sure I want to send him to the...culturally enriched...school he'd have to go to and the problems they are having with gangs and violence.

That's akin to sending him into the lions den with a pat on the back, and an atta boy, no thanks.

He's so smart, we can do it together here at home I think.

He played Ghosts too and smoked it.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Yeah, exactly. Smart kids in dumbs schools equal bad idea.

Nothing wrong with taking pride in your child’s intelligence.

I fully expect my son to be coding his own games by junior high, and he shows all the interest I could hope for.

I’d much rather be the one that controls the pace, rather than a school that has passing interest in his success.

It’s so much harder, but way worth it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Thats so funny, I asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up last night and he got all serious and said he was going to be a video game developer, that he has tons of ideas.

If that's what he wants to do I will help him shape and hone that and support it.

These kids are so smart these days, they constantly surprise me. We celebrate all month too here!
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
the path

User ID: 78241081
12/11/2019 01:23 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
it say Stay ...



blue is violet, 4 7 is still 7 4 too
Gold(69) Silver(47) bridge
Green Need lots of rain (not hot/cold)
Cancer (also 47)
Cygnus
License for Celestial Navi
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:25 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


It’s going good, all things considered. We actually tried some public school for a short time, not liking the change in behavior. He didn’t mind at all, considering the kids he had to be around.

I have to temper my expectations at times and consider my sons age when I’m trying to explain things, but he learns fast.

I sure like not having to send him away for hours a day, that’s for sure.

Also, he beat call of duty ghosts the other day, and that was a pride filled moment, let me tell ya.. chuckle

Honestly, it was the right choice. Kids aren’t what they were when we went to school, and the social aspect is much different now, so I fully expect him to dominate some online games and be just as social as the public schoolers in a short time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


My son is very gifted and smart, in GT classes and skipped a grade, not bragging just reality.

I'm not sure I want to send him to the...culturally enriched...school he'd have to go to and the problems they are having with gangs and violence.

That's akin to sending him into the lions den with a pat on the back, and an atta boy, no thanks.

He's so smart, we can do it together here at home I think.

He played Ghosts too and smoked it.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Yeah, exactly. Smart kids in dumbs schools equal bad idea.

Nothing wrong with taking pride in your child’s intelligence.

I fully expect my son to be coding his own games by junior high, and he shows all the interest I could hope for.

I’d much rather be the one that controls the pace, rather than a school that has passing interest in his success.

It’s so much harder, but way worth it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Thats so funny, I asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up last night and he got all serious and said he was going to be a video game developer, that he has tons of ideas.

If that's what he wants to do I will help him shape and hone that and support it.

These kids are so smart these days, they constantly surprise me. We celebrate all month too here!
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Honestly, game development will be a huge job market for the future, so it’s a good thing he has interest in it.

Gaming right now is still in its infancy, like Hollywood in the 30’s (I think).

There’s an enormous amount of growth to go, with far more potential than the movie scene ever had.

If you find a good deal on vr, I’d recommend buying him something. It’s a pretty new market, but it’s gonna be the future. Also, vr games feel entirely different and might push his imagination in an all new direction.
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 01:27 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


My son is very gifted and smart, in GT classes and skipped a grade, not bragging just reality.

I'm not sure I want to send him to the...culturally enriched...school he'd have to go to and the problems they are having with gangs and violence.

That's akin to sending him into the lions den with a pat on the back, and an atta boy, no thanks.

He's so smart, we can do it together here at home I think.

He played Ghosts too and smoked it.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Yeah, exactly. Smart kids in dumbs schools equal bad idea.

Nothing wrong with taking pride in your child’s intelligence.

I fully expect my son to be coding his own games by junior high, and he shows all the interest I could hope for.

I’d much rather be the one that controls the pace, rather than a school that has passing interest in his success.

It’s so much harder, but way worth it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Thats so funny, I asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up last night and he got all serious and said he was going to be a video game developer, that he has tons of ideas.

If that's what he wants to do I will help him shape and hone that and support it.

These kids are so smart these days, they constantly surprise me. We celebrate all month too here!
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Honestly, game development will be a huge job market for the future, so it’s a good thing he has interest in it.

Gaming right now is still in its infancy, like Hollywood in the 30’s (I think).

There’s an enormous amount of growth to go, with far more potential than the movie scene ever had.

If you find a good deal on vr, I’d recommend buying him something. It’s a pretty new market, but it’s gonna be the future. Also, vr games feel entirely different and might push his imagination in an all new direction.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


How much was the rig you picked up, all total?

Maybe a good gift idea...
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:34 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


Yeah, exactly. Smart kids in dumbs schools equal bad idea.

Nothing wrong with taking pride in your child’s intelligence.

I fully expect my son to be coding his own games by junior high, and he shows all the interest I could hope for.

I’d much rather be the one that controls the pace, rather than a school that has passing interest in his success.

It’s so much harder, but way worth it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Thats so funny, I asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up last night and he got all serious and said he was going to be a video game developer, that he has tons of ideas.

If that's what he wants to do I will help him shape and hone that and support it.

These kids are so smart these days, they constantly surprise me. We celebrate all month too here!
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Honestly, game development will be a huge job market for the future, so it’s a good thing he has interest in it.

Gaming right now is still in its infancy, like Hollywood in the 30’s (I think).

There’s an enormous amount of growth to go, with far more potential than the movie scene ever had.

If you find a good deal on vr, I’d recommend buying him something. It’s a pretty new market, but it’s gonna be the future. Also, vr games feel entirely different and might push his imagination in an all new direction.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


How much was the rig you picked up, all total?

Maybe a good gift idea...
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


If you have a system already, it’s not bad.. bundles are the best idea, since peripherals are a must.. here:

[link to www.target.com (secure)]

It’s consistent pretty much everywhere, about $350 a bundle
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 01:36 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


Thats so funny, I asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up last night and he got all serious and said he was going to be a video game developer, that he has tons of ideas.

If that's what he wants to do I will help him shape and hone that and support it.

These kids are so smart these days, they constantly surprise me. We celebrate all month too here!
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Honestly, game development will be a huge job market for the future, so it’s a good thing he has interest in it.

Gaming right now is still in its infancy, like Hollywood in the 30’s (I think).

There’s an enormous amount of growth to go, with far more potential than the movie scene ever had.

If you find a good deal on vr, I’d recommend buying him something. It’s a pretty new market, but it’s gonna be the future. Also, vr games feel entirely different and might push his imagination in an all new direction.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


How much was the rig you picked up, all total?

Maybe a good gift idea...
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


If you have a system already, it’s not bad.. bundles are the best idea, since peripherals are a must.. here:

[link to www.target.com (secure)]

It’s consistent pretty much everywhere, about $350 a bundle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Wow, that's cool.

Little steep for us, but cool.

I may tell him about it and make him earn it if he wants it.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:37 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
That blood and truth game was a absolutely amazing!

The environmental awareness of a live in scene compared to a flat screen can’t be expressed in words, and that’s the only reason vr hasn’t taken over already (other than processing power).
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 01:39 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
That blood and truth game was a absolutely amazing!

The environmental awareness of a live in scene compared to a flat screen can’t be expressed in words, and that’s the only reason vr hasn’t taken over already (other than processing power).
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


We have a PS4 but its on its last legs, it makes grinding noises and whatnot when its runs so I'm assuming something wrong in there somewhere.

I may take it apart and clean it.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:39 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


Honestly, game development will be a huge job market for the future, so it’s a good thing he has interest in it.

Gaming right now is still in its infancy, like Hollywood in the 30’s (I think).

There’s an enormous amount of growth to go, with far more potential than the movie scene ever had.

If you find a good deal on vr, I’d recommend buying him something. It’s a pretty new market, but it’s gonna be the future. Also, vr games feel entirely different and might push his imagination in an all new direction.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


How much was the rig you picked up, all total?

Maybe a good gift idea...
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


If you have a system already, it’s not bad.. bundles are the best idea, since peripherals are a must.. here:

[link to www.target.com (secure)]

It’s consistent pretty much everywhere, about $350 a bundle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Wow, that's cool.

Little steep for us, but cool.

I may tell him about it and make him earn it if he wants it.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Maybe buy some time at a break club, they’re sprouting everywhere, and it gives you a chance to see what all the fuss is about..

I’d bet there’s one close to you, even in Texas.. chuckle

(Joke on distances, not social climate)
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:41 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
It’s redirecting my reply to spam, so I’ll just answer..

There’s plenty of YouTube videos on cleaning your ps4, it’s not hard. Chances are it’s just dusty from what you’re describing.

Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:42 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


How much was the rig you picked up, all total?

Maybe a good gift idea...
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


If you have a system already, it’s not bad.. bundles are the best idea, since peripherals are a must.. here:

[link to www.target.com (secure)]

It’s consistent pretty much everywhere, about $350 a bundle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Wow, that's cool.

Little steep for us, but cool.

I may tell him about it and make him earn it if he wants it.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Maybe buy some time at a break club, they’re sprouting everywhere, and it gives you a chance to see what all the fuss is about..

I’d bet there’s one close to you, even in Texas.. chuckle

(Joke on distances, not social climate)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Sorry, this phone autocorrects vr to break.. chuckle
Theuse

User ID: 78149885
Russian Federation
12/11/2019 01:42 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Keep talking
spanky-waitn
 Quoting: Theuse


Lol, what do you want to talk about bud?

How's Russia? Cold I bet...
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


This year there is no winter in the European part of Russia. Otherwise, everything is fine, I bought a bike.
I am not English speaking
Theuse

User ID: 78149885
Russian Federation
12/11/2019 01:44 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Morning guys. coffee4

What’s new?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


vodka5
I am not English speaking
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 01:44 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
It’s redirecting my reply to spam, so I’ll just answer..

There’s plenty of YouTube videos on cleaning your ps4, it’s not hard. Chances are it’s just dusty from what you’re describing.


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Oh cool, I will use that vid and me and my son will sit down and do it maybe this weekend, thanks for that man!
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:46 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
It’s redirecting my reply to spam, so I’ll just answer..

There’s plenty of YouTube videos on cleaning your ps4, it’s not hard. Chances are it’s just dusty from what you’re describing.


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Oh cool, I will use that vid and me and my son will sit down and do it maybe this weekend, thanks for that man!
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


No worries bro, it’ll be an awesome lesson I’m sure..

Later man, in laws are stopping by today, should be here any moment.
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 01:46 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Keep talking
spanky-waitn
 Quoting: Theuse


Lol, what do you want to talk about bud?

How's Russia? Cold I bet...
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


This year there is no winter in the European part of Russia. Otherwise, everything is fine, I bought a bike.
 Quoting: Theuse


We have had a strangely mild winter here to, its been in the 70's. A little cold today but otherwise no big deal.

I just had a bike delivered last night for my boy, one of his presents for Christmas.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 78017338
United States
12/11/2019 01:47 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Morning guys. coffee4

What’s new?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


vodka5
 Quoting: Theuse


chuckle

Have a good one. cheers
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 01:47 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
It’s redirecting my reply to spam, so I’ll just answer..

There’s plenty of YouTube videos on cleaning your ps4, it’s not hard. Chances are it’s just dusty from what you’re describing.


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Oh cool, I will use that vid and me and my son will sit down and do it maybe this weekend, thanks for that man!
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


No worries bro, it’ll be an awesome lesson I’m sure..

Later man, in laws are stopping by today, should be here any moment.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78017338


Thanks bro, have a great visit!
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Theuse

User ID: 78149885
Russian Federation
12/11/2019 01:58 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
Keep talking
spanky-waitn
 Quoting: Theuse


Lol, what do you want to talk about bud?

How's Russia? Cold I bet...
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


This year there is no winter in the European part of Russia. Otherwise, everything is fine, I bought a bike.
 Quoting: Theuse


We have had a strangely mild winter here to, its been in the 70's. A little cold today but otherwise no big deal.

I just had a bike delivered last night for my boy, one of his presents for Christmas.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I bought an electric bike so that it could be easily taken to public transport, the metro.


I am not English speaking
~Newton's Own~

User ID: 77801149
United States
12/11/2019 02:06 PM

Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


Lol, what do you want to talk about bud?

How's Russia? Cold I bet...
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


This year there is no winter in the European part of Russia. Otherwise, everything is fine, I bought a bike.
 Quoting: Theuse


We have had a strangely mild winter here to, its been in the 70's. A little cold today but otherwise no big deal.

I just had a bike delivered last night for my boy, one of his presents for Christmas.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I bought an electric bike so that it could be easily taken to public transport, the metro.


 Quoting: Theuse


Freakin cool bike bro, that's awesome.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
Theuse

User ID: 78149885
Russian Federation
12/11/2019 02:09 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
...


This year there is no winter in the European part of Russia. Otherwise, everything is fine, I bought a bike.
 Quoting: Theuse


We have had a strangely mild winter here to, its been in the 70's. A little cold today but otherwise no big deal.

I just had a bike delivered last night for my boy, one of his presents for Christmas.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I bought an electric bike so that it could be easily taken to public transport, the metro.


 Quoting: Theuse


Freakin cool bike bro, that's awesome.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Thanks, to be honest, he's really cool. In the video, he looks worse.
I am not English speaking
Theuse

User ID: 78149885
Russian Federation
12/11/2019 02:13 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: What would you say to him?
While I am not satisfied with them, winter will not come to the European part of Russia

1rof1
I am not English speaking





GLP