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#3092289 Post a pic, any pic.

Posted by ARSEN on 16 November 2014 - 09:26 PM


#3092287 Post a pic, any pic.

Posted by ARSEN on 16 November 2014 - 09:25 PM


#3092285 Post a pic, any pic.

Posted by ARSEN on 16 November 2014 - 09:24 PM


#3091630 2015 January Transfer Window- Rumors, wishlists, pipe dreams, and more!

Posted by ARSEN on 16 November 2014 - 05:38 PM

He "let it slip" during the open window when the deal was done. 


Reus will move this January. There will be a bidding war between several clubs. Dortmund are going to cash in.


I have no fuging clue how Promethean reads news.... It seems he only reads information he wants to hear.

#3091457 Can someone create an image for me?

Posted by ARSEN on 16 November 2014 - 05:09 PM

Use this pic but insert Ron Rivera and Mike Shula pictures and also change names on top? 


Also change quote to "Doing the same thing every week and expecting a different result"



#3088550 Anyone Have Any Experience in the Clothing/Textile Industry?

Posted by ARSEN on 16 November 2014 - 08:53 AM

It's hard as hell to get into that industry. You need serious money to start up line like that.

#3087658 Changing careers...

Posted by ARSEN on 15 November 2014 - 09:52 AM

i know you are probably too smart for this, but don't leave where you are until you have something lined up in the field you want to be in and in a job with comparable pay and benefits or at least one that will allow you opportunities for that in a short time.

but, as one previous poster said....don't let your work be your passion. let what you do outsode of work be your passion and what you do at work be the 40-50 hours a week that helps take care of the rest of your life outside of work.

let a job just be a job, not your life. it sounds like you've got a good thing going where you are and have developed a solid reputation that will allow you plenty of room for growth. just do your time and go home. i mean make the most of the opportunities you have at work, but try to get your satisfaction in knowing that what you are doing is taking care of your family.

just my .02.

btw, i recently had to leave my business where i got to work at home as a freelance writer to find something that took care of my suddenly expanded family better than what i was able to on my own. for clvarious reasons (mainly stemming from the surprising stigma of being self employed) had to settle for a third shift job at a distribution center.

it's far from ideal or even a dream job and a drastic change for me and my family on many levels. i make the best of my situation and opportunities, though, and have a lot of potential for growth within the company and the benefits there are great. i don't get to see my family as much as i used to and i sleep a lot during the day, but i make sure to make the most of what time i have with them, which is still quite a bit. the reason i think i am so happy with the path i'm on now is that i know that i'm doing what i need to make sure that all my families needs are taken care of and i just have to go to work and then i get to leave it behind. i do my time and come home to the loves of my life. my passions. my family. work is just this thing i do for 8-9 hours a day/might then come home.

i try to keep our needs simple as well as our lives so that more isn't required of me, although i will certainly take advantage of growth opportunities there. i will say that my education (mba with a concentration in leadership) will be utilized a lot more than when i was at home securing and working on writing gigs so that makes what i am doing a lot more bearable.

sometimes a change in career is necessary, but whatever it is you decide to do, whether stay the course you are on or changing fields, again i would just encourage you to be more focused on life outside of work to be what fulfills you.

sorry for the long post.

I love your post and totally agree. I have job options where I will have to travel more than 60%. I turn these jobs down.

#3086310 Rae Carruth's Son 15 years later

Posted by ARSEN on 14 November 2014 - 09:11 AM

Figured some might be interested.




Please now stupid comments about him being a Buc fan.

#3086102 Stupidity of the American Voter

Posted by ARSEN on 13 November 2014 - 10:43 PM

And when she finished speaking, the cock crowed 3 times.

Who's cock?

#3086095 FBI Moving Towards FIFA Corruption Charges

Posted by ARSEN on 13 November 2014 - 10:39 PM

Realistically, what can the FBI do? FIFA isn't HQ'd here and I doubt many if any of the execs live here.

Unless they used US to hide money. FBI can freeze their accountants and order to show up for court here.

FIFA ethics investigator is shocked by the ruling. He's said there were definitely red flags.

#3085594 Advanced Warfare?

Posted by ARSEN on 13 November 2014 - 02:24 PM

I will buy AW this weekend for PC.  Let me know if you have a Steam account.

#3085540 FBI Moving Towards FIFA Corruption Charges

Posted by ARSEN on 13 November 2014 - 01:36 PM

I really hope it does. It'd be awesome if an American outlet brought Blatter down.


Empty the Blatter!


Not just that... he could face corruption charges and receive 20 years in prison...

#3085499 Russia to begin full scale invasion of Ukraine

Posted by ARSEN on 13 November 2014 - 01:13 PM

PS- I hope your family over there is OK Arsen.


They are 20 miles from Russian border under Ukrainian control.  Might get really bad out there soon.

#3085388 FBI Moving Towards FIFA Corruption Charges

Posted by ARSEN on 13 November 2014 - 11:54 AM

Oh lord... FBI will turn them all upside down and unfortunately for Qatar and Russia, you can't bribe them.


I'm going to enjoy this.



#3084912 Kim Kardashian's naked ass hits print!

Posted by ARSEN on 12 November 2014 - 11:27 PM


Looks like my kids diaper every morning.

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