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PostPosted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 9:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Last day in Italy. Thank goodness. Not a fan of this country. Milan was boring as all hell and Rome has been a public transit nightmare. On top of most of the Italians I've met being Richards. Definitely the lowest on the list of my European countries visited.

Switzerland
Germany
Netherlands
Luxembourg
Malta
Italy

Portugal remains to be seen.

I can only hope to hear Dee's thoughts on this post. Laughing
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 20, 2014 6:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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titansNvolsR#1 wrote:
Last day in Italy. Thank goodness. Not a fan of this country. Milan was boring as all hell and Rome has been a public transit nightmare. On top of most of the Italians I've met being Richards. Definitely the lowest on the list of my European countries visited.

Switzerland
Germany
Netherlands
Luxembourg
Malta
Italy

Portugal remains to be seen.

I can only hope to hear Dee's thoughts on this post. Laughing


Forgot about France. Put them below Germany.

I was warned by Americans, Canadians (who are loved everywhere for some reason), and other Europeans that I work with that they're hard to deal with. Then in Germany our tour guide for the beer gardens was talking about Oktoberfest and saying the worst people are Italians and Australians. Said most tour companies will hire one or two people just for those groups because nobody wants them.

Is what it is. Sorry Dee...
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 20, 2014 11:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

titansNvolsR#1 wrote:
titans0021 wrote:
titansNvolsR#1 wrote:
Last day in Italy. Thank goodness. Not a fan of this country. Milan was boring as all hell and Rome has been a public transit nightmare. On top of most of the Italians I've met being Richards. Definitely the lowest on the list of my European countries visited.

Switzerland
Germany
Netherlands
Luxembourg
Malta
Italy

Portugal remains to be seen.

I can only hope to hear Dee's thoughts on this post. Laughing


Forgot about France. Put them below Germany.

I was warned by Americans, Canadians (who are loved everywhere for some reason), and other Europeans that I work with that they're hard to deal with. Then in Germany our tour guide for the beer gardens was talking about Oktoberfest and saying the worst people are Italians and Australians. Said most tour companies will hire one or two people just for those groups because nobody wants them.

Is what it is. Sorry Dee...


Blasphemy!

Sorry to hear that you weren't a fan of Italy. Personally, I HAAAAATE Rome, too. It obviously is beautiful and is the home to many important sights, but being in that city is just overwhelming. Tourists everywhere, public transit sucks, impossible to navigate, food is mediocre.

I love, love, love Milan but I can see why you would think it's boring. Surprised to hear that you encountered a lot of jerks here, because Italians are generally very hospitable and kind to tourists. IDK your personal travel "tastes" (like things you want to do, see, interests when traveling etc) but perhaps you would've enjoyed your time more in laid back, but stunningly beautiful, places like the Amalfi Coast or Isle of Capri.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 20, 2014 2:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I won't lie, it could also be that I'm going into week six of traveling and getting burnt out.

I really wanted to hit Venice; the Amalfi Coast is definitely more my speed. Maybe next time.

Get home in 5 days and spend three weeks with my family then off to Seattle to meet the gf's family then Kuwait.

Vacation plans for the next year:

Bali in October
Hiking the Himalayas for two weeks in Nepal in January
A mix of Dubai, Bahrain, Beirut on long weekends
Vietnam in April
Tanzania next summer
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One last time for the Laughing


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 23, 2014 2:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

titansNvolsR#1 wrote:
I won't lie, it could also be that I'm going into week six of traveling and getting burnt out.

I really wanted to hit Venice; the Amalfi Coast is definitely more my speed. Maybe next time.

Get home in 5 days and spend three weeks with my family then off to Seattle to meet the gf's family then Kuwait.

Vacation plans for the next year:

Bali in October
Hiking the Himalayas for two weeks in Nepal in January
A mix of Dubai, Bahrain, Beirut on long weekends
Vietnam in April
Tanzania next summer

God am I jealous. Just unbelievable.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 23, 2014 2:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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titansNvolsR#1 wrote:
I won't lie, it could also be that I'm going into week six of traveling and getting burnt out.

I really wanted to hit Venice; the Amalfi Coast is definitely more my speed. Maybe next time.

Get home in 5 days and spend three weeks with my family then off to Seattle to meet the gf's family then Kuwait.

Vacation plans for the next year:

Bali in October
Hiking the Himalayas for two weeks in Nepal in January
A mix of Dubai, Bahrain, Beirut on long weekends
Vietnam in April
Tanzania next summer

God am I jealous. Just unbelievable.


Two years back, I'd have slapped you if you said this would be my life. First ever male in my family to graduate university, first to own a passport, had never been more than a 12 hour car ride from home since the college I went to was in my hometown, and my first time on a plane was last August. Can't recommend traveling enough. Total life changer as far as view of yourself, USA, and your home goes.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 23, 2014 2:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

titansNvolsR#1 wrote:
-Hope- wrote:
titansNvolsR#1 wrote:
I won't lie, it could also be that I'm going into week six of traveling and getting burnt out.

I really wanted to hit Venice; the Amalfi Coast is definitely more my speed. Maybe next time.

Get home in 5 days and spend three weeks with my family then off to Seattle to meet the gf's family then Kuwait.

Vacation plans for the next year:

Bali in October
Hiking the Himalayas for two weeks in Nepal in January
A mix of Dubai, Bahrain, Beirut on long weekends
Vietnam in April
Tanzania next summer

God am I jealous. Just unbelievable.


Two years back, I'd have slapped you if you said this would be my life. First ever male in my family to graduate university, first to own a passport, had never been more than a 12 hour car ride from home since the college I went to was in my hometown, and my first time on a plane was last August. Can't recommend traveling enough. Total life changer as far as view of yourself, USA, and your home goes.

I'm pretty well-traveled myself, but your past year or so puts my whole life to shame. Laughing
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 23, 2014 9:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I blew up a watermelon today with rubber bands... it was glorious. I love my job
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I blew up a watermelon today with rubber bands... it was glorious. I love my job
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Moore on Casey: Casey is a DT that can do it all three downs. He can rush the passer with his 88 Power Moves, and is a huge force against the run with 95 Pursuit (third) and 94 Tackling (fifth) in Madden NFL 15.


He is the 5th rated DT in the game. Too bad they must not know he is a DE now. Laughing
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 28, 2014 2:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

MdTitansFan56 wrote:
I blew up a watermelon today with rubber bands... it was glorious. I love my job


Need more details.

And pics.
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titanrick wrote:
MdTitansFan56 wrote:
I blew up a watermelon today with rubber bands... it was glorious. I love my job


Need more details.

And pics.


Here is the final 4 seconds of the hour and a half experiment.

But I work at a Summer camp and saw that you could do this in a video so I decided to do it at camp. Figured it would be fun plus I could say I did it for the campers enjoyment even though I just wanted to do it haha


But here it is!

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=1442714776014161&set=vb.100008269576139&type=3&theater
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Just saw Draft Day with Costner.

Pretty good Very Happy



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http://gomadden.com/content/madden/madden-15-titans-ratings/

Titans player ratings in Madden 15. They got A LOT of positions wrong with us Laughing
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