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    If you want to feel truly rich, count all the things you have that money cannot buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterNobody777 View Post
    If you want to feel truly rich, count all the things you have that money cannot buy.
    If I had any stolen goods (I dont) I really dont think Id list them on the internet LOL

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    "...it's the Paradigm Of The Cosmos!" Stewart Copeland on Youtube

    668: The Number Of The Guy Next Door To The Beast.

    "A random act of kindness; it keeps my heart in shape!" - Late8

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterNobody777 View Post
    If you want to feel truly rich, count all the things you have that money cannot buy.
    Very wise words. Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Redneck View Post
    If I had any stolen goods (I dont) I really dont think Id list them on the internet LOL
    BAAHAHAHA!

    Sometimes I have to remind myself of all of the good things I have, and all things considered, it's quite a lot and I really don't have anything to complain about.
    Your = possessive - your stuff, your dog, your car, etc
    You're = you are - a contraction.

    Learn it. Love it.

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    Hmm.

    A frighteningly good long-term memory, perhaps?

    41 years on this planet, and I still haven't turned middle-aged and bitter, well, at least not yet. Definitely have my sense of humour going still. And drumming's kept me fit, on top of all that.
    "...it's the Paradigm Of The Cosmos!" Stewart Copeland on Youtube

    668: The Number Of The Guy Next Door To The Beast.

    "A random act of kindness; it keeps my heart in shape!" - Late8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumbledore View Post
    Hmm.

    A frighteningly good long-term memory, perhaps?

    41 years on this planet, and I still haven't turned middle-aged and bitter, well, at least not yet. Definitely have my sense of humour going still. And drumming's kept me fit, on top of all that.
    I'm in the same boat as you - same age and same attitude. The way I see it, why not make the most out of the one shot we have on this planet - work hard, but play harder!
    Your = possessive - your stuff, your dog, your car, etc
    You're = you are - a contraction.

    Learn it. Love it.

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    A family of my own perhaps, i've never been a dad or an uncle so that might be an experience worth discovering at some point. Maybe a better personality, I feel I lack in it sometimes and wish I was a better guy all around. There aren't a lot of things I want, I guess. I'm easy to please.
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