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Posted: 2/19/2012 6:52:46 PM
I love how these banner ads
always get screwed up on 
my post pages where you can only read half.


But I ended that with I would love to place a wager with you
on your claim that I will not be in vegas but I would expect
not getting paid so you will just have to wait. I will post pics of me on FB when I get there along with a few videos I
will be making

I never understand why you are so offended by the word darn
we will call it even because I can't stand how you type.
You say you are in the real estate feild but I hope you at least type correctly when you are doing business. If not that should explain why you are not making any sales

Cheers to mother friggin VEGAS BABY!




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Posted: 2/19/2012 8:07:25 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by SALTY:

I love how these banner ads
always get screwed up on 
my post pages where you can only read half.


But I ended that with I would love to place a wager with you
on your claim that I will not be in vegas but I would expect
not getting paid so you will just have to wait. I will post pics of me on FB when I get there along with a few videos I
will be making

I never understand why you are so offended by the word darn
we will call it even because I can't stand how you type.
You say you are in the real estate feild but I hope you at least type correctly when you are doing business. If not that should explain why you are not making any sales

Cheers to mother friggin VEGAS BABY!





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Posted: 2/20/2012 5:55:20 PM
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Posted: 2/20/2012 8:52:55 PM
salty a miracle you spelled field wrong.look at your post it saysyour in the real estate FEILD. YOUR WRONG FOR ONCE.
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Posted: 2/20/2012 9:05:24 PM
Good eye on the typo B-man

It wont happen again


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Posted: 2/21/2012 12:29:38 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by baronman:

salty a miracle you spelled field wrong.look at your post it saysyour in the real estate FEILD. YOUR WRONG FOR ONCE.

You should not be criticizing anyone for spelling or grammar mistakes. 

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Posted: 2/21/2012 1:52:52 AM
That's awesome. I can now save space in my fridge
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Posted: 2/21/2012 9:47:44 AM
  thank you for the link SALTY, you now have my permission to use either of my ex-wives for your personal pleasure..
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Posted: 2/21/2012 12:39:02 PM

Love the website Salty. 

     I lost my best friend about a year and a half ago due to a freak accident.  He had drank maybe 6 or 7 beers and he bumped his head pretty hard.  Went to sleep later, and never woke up.  He was 42. 

     This has completely changed my life.  He lived like a rock star... always bangin' different chics, drinking beer like it was water.  And the dude was always happy, greeting you with a big smile.  Great dude.  Teddy was his name.  Anyways, before he died I would often say that he was smarter than all of us because he always has more fun.  He was a landscaper.  He worked, partied, worked out, drank, smoked the lettuce (never cigarettes), and watched ESPN and the NFL network.  That's really all he did.  And he was ALWAYS smiling and laughing and having a good time.  He was like a vacation. 

     It seems like many of us get so wrapped up in life and responsibilities and material things that we can sometimes forget what really matters.  And I think all us forget sometimes that we truly don't know what's gonna happen from one day to the next.  My day might be tomorrow.  Or sometime next year.  Or maybe 30 years from now.  Live life and worry about all the dumb garbage later.  Or never.

     Just wanted to ramble I guess... gotta run though.  Later dude.

    

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Posted: 2/21/2012 1:30:09 PM
COLD  BEER or  DIE........
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Posted: 2/21/2012 7:30:49 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by wackycracker:

  thank you for the link SALTY, you now have my permission to use either of my ex-wives for your personal pleasure..





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Posted: 2/21/2012 7:34:22 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by SteelCash:

Love the website Salty. 

     I lost my best friend about a year and a half ago due to a freak accident.  He had drank maybe 6 or 7 beers and he bumped his head pretty hard.  Went to sleep later, and never woke up.  He was 42. 

     This has completely changed my life.  He lived like a rock star... always bangin' different chics, drinking beer like it was water.  And the dude was always happy, greeting you with a big smile.  Great dude.  Teddy was his name.  Anyways, before he died I would often say that he was smarter than all of us because he always has more fun.  He was a landscaper.  He worked, partied, worked out, drank, smoked the lettuce (never cigarettes), and watched ESPN and the NFL network.  That's really all he did.  And he was ALWAYS smiling and laughing and having a good time.  He was like a vacation. 

     It seems like many of us get so wrapped up in life and responsibilities and material things that we can sometimes forget what really matters.  And I think all us forget sometimes that we truly don't know what's gonna happen from one day to the next.  My day might be tomorrow.  Or sometime next year.  Or maybe 30 years from now.  Live life and worry about all the dumb garbage later.  Or never.

     Just wanted to ramble I guess... gotta run though.  Later dude.

    



Thanks dude

And I am sorry to hear about your friend.

I think the only difference between me and him is I am not a landscaper




And I truly live that way to where garbage happens to all of us but it is not going to ruin my attitude or day. There is always a solution to our problems if you just think it out. The lettuce helps
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Posted: 2/21/2012 8:19:49 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by SteelCash:

Love the website Salty. 

     I lost my best friend about a year and a half ago due to a freak accident.  He had drank maybe 6 or 7 beers and he bumped his head pretty hard.  Went to sleep later, and never woke up.  He was 42. 

     This has completely changed my life.  He lived like a rock star... always bangin' different chics, drinking beer like it was water.  And the dude was always happy, greeting you with a big smile.  Great dude.  Teddy was his name.  Anyways, before he died I would often say that he was smarter than all of us because he always has more fun.  He was a landscaper.  He worked, partied, worked out, drank, smoked the lettuce (never cigarettes), and watched ESPN and the NFL network.  That's really all he did.  And he was ALWAYS smiling and laughing and having a good time.  He was like a vacation. 

     It seems like many of us get so wrapped up in life and responsibilities and material things that we can sometimes forget what really matters.  And I think all us forget sometimes that we truly don't know what's gonna happen from one day to the next.  My day might be tomorrow.  Or sometime next year.  Or maybe 30 years from now.  Live life and worry about all the dumb garbage later.  Or never.

     Just wanted to ramble I guess... gotta run though.  Later dude.

    


This is a touching story. I do take some positives from what is a negative situation in general. 

While your friend died far to young, he did go out peacefully in his sleep....after having a couple of beers. If you were to guarantee me that is the way I would go, but never tell me when, I would agree to it in a heartbeat.

It sounds like his life was quite enjoyable and he was very happy. I think a lot of lessons can be derived from this. I'm guessing from his occupation he wasn't extremely wealthy, but wasn't poor either. He sounds like a pretty productive member of society that was able to achieve his happiness without taking it from others.

I think a lot of people, including myself.....hell especially myself, could learn from this guy. He was happy without having to be rich or famous. I think this gets overlooked far to often this day in age. 

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Posted: 2/22/2012 3:32:39 AM
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This is a touching story. I do take some positives from what is a negative situation in general. 

While your friend died far to young, he did go out peacefully in his sleep....after having a couple of beers. If you were to guarantee me that is the way I would go, but never tell me when, I would agree to it in a heartbeat.

It sounds like his life was quite enjoyable and he was very happy. I think a lot of lessons can be derived from this. I'm guessing from his occupation he wasn't extremely wealthy, but wasn't poor either. He sounds like a pretty productive member of society that was able to achieve his happiness without taking it from others.

I think a lot of people, including myself.....hell especially myself, could learn from this guy. He was happy without having to be rich or famous. I think this gets overlooked far to often this day in age. 

     You hit the nail on the head dude.  He was happier than anyone I've ever known.  And he certainly wasn't rich.  But he didn't care.  And I actually feel lucky to have known him, because he really did teach me how to be happy as corny as that may sound.  But it's true.  After seeing him go, all the petty garbage I used to worry about, I laugh about now.  I really do laugh about the stuff after realizing that I was actually worried about it!

     Life is so short and so precious.  I hated losing him, but him and his loss actually made me realize a lot.  And as a result, thanks to him, I know not to sweat the small stuff and how important it is to live life and just have fun doing it like he did.  When I was a lot younger I always wanted to someday be rich and own a Ferrari.  Now, I know that with my fiancee, my family, and my many good friends that would do anything for me at the drop of a hat... I am rich. 

     I consider myself very lucky, and when I was browsing Salty's website, he seems like a dude that has many of the same feelings about life and he seems like the kind of dude that would be pretty easy to get along with.  If I ever get out to Nevada Salty I'll have to look you up if you're up for a couple brewskies!

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SteelCash, anytime man. Just let me know



And when I was in my teens. I knew a guy that was just like your friend and by watching him and how he was. I myself wanted to carry myself in the same manner.

He worked along side of the superintendent as the asst. and he had the best attitude about everything and always had a smile on his face and made people laugh. My dad was the same way.

I always looked up to them and feel I am just like them today in that manner.

The funny thing is, I have been ordered twice to go to mandatory anger management classes due to things that happened. But anyone who knows me laughs at that I had to go
Salty in anger management classes. 


They  gave me an option to do group sessions or one on one with a counselor. I took the one on one because I do not want to sit there and listen to other guys who hit their wives and garbage and the stories about it. It would be hard not to pimp slap those girl in front of everyone

I do not even feel good raising my voice to a woman. And trust me women will push your buttons but I just go away and never talk to them again...Problem solved
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I forgot to mention that guy was the asst. at Little Rock Country Club.

Anytime he would drive by in his maintenance golf cart. You could catch a whiff of weed smoke
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Posted: 2/22/2012 2:59:02 PM
salty see your new handle your in vegas now congrats hope you get great deal keep us updated
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I tried this today and it worked like a champ.  Had a beer in my golf bag since Friday with warm Houston weather.  Spun it for 1.5 minutes a few minutes ago and it was good to go.  Wasn't hurt your teeth cold but it was cold enough!  Great call Salty.
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QUOTE Originally Posted by husker6974:

I tried this today and it worked like a champ.  Had a beer in my golf bag since Friday with warm Houston weather.  Spun it for 1.5 minutes a few minutes ago and it was good to go.  Wasn't hurt your teeth cold but it was cold enough!  Great call Salty.
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QUOTE Originally Posted by husker6974:

I tried this today and it worked like a champ.  Had a beer in my golf bag since Friday with warm Houston weather.  Spun it for 1.5 minutes a few minutes ago and it was good to go.  Wasn't hurt your teeth cold but it was cold enough!  Great call Salty.

Where did you play at?
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Longwood.  It's about the only place I ever go.  It's close and since I hold 2 tournaments per year there the price is right.
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I have played there many times....our district golf tourney was there in high school. Decent course but was always messed up. You play Post, Oak, or Palmetto?
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