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General Discussion / Re: 10 year anniversary gift from work
« Last post by Hung_Low on Today at 12:20:58 PM »
Retails for $400.  I'll put this underneath my car seat to ward off bad luck ;D



I would keep it at work... it's a sign that something is going to happen and the employer is arming it's workers  :2funny: :2funny: :2funny:
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I heard yesterday that it was shot down over the Atlantic ocean - after it flew across America and finished it's mission.  :2funny: :2funny:

Why would you shoot it down after it already cleared the US main land?

The shooting is done only to make it seems like the US gov't, military and intelligence officials are on it.
And China is just pretending to cry about it for photo op because they already got everything they needed.
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General Discussion / Re: 10 year anniversary gift from work
« Last post by lexicon on Today at 12:06:22 PM »
Nice.

While working in high school we got soap for gifts from the employers. Bars of soap. So yeah, I'd take that any day.
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General Discussion / 10 year anniversary gift from work
« Last post by NtsesHnub on February 05, 2023, 04:38:46 PM »
Retails for $400.  I'll put this underneath my car seat to ward off bad luck ;D

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I don't know but growing up in large Hmong communities, all I know was for every decent Hmong girl, there were 100 dudes trying to call her every night..and if she is ever single, it's probably for only 24 hours max...lols

so yeah whereas if you were to go to a smaller Hmong community, chances are the Hmong there are a little more on the whitewashed side...so they didn't really put themselves out like that...but then she probably wasn't into Hmong dudes because she grew up getting hit on by mostly non-Hmong dudes...lols as for the dudes, they probably prefer white girls..lols

Which is why it's harder for that decent person to discern which one out of the 100 is also going to be decent. This holds true for both a good man and woman. Everyone in that community is after them and it can actually make it harder.
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da curse still roams in here from time to time but been too busy with husbandhood and hustling..i'll tell him you guys missed him..he and his wife are in the current process of moving out of cali since he claims all the California and Vegas casinos has barred him from using his divine blessing to raking in millions over the last 2 decades. yet, he donates about 75% of all those winnings to few charities. He believed more in helping ordinary normal folks..homeles s, people struggling to get by, etc...he's one funny dude..lols they plan to live a quiet life out in the middle of somewhere and do not plan to have any children but to raise a lot of farm animals.. I wonder what he see's in the future that made him and his wife decide that they are not gonna bring children into this world. He won't tell me. said he would be punished and his divine blessings taken away if he did..lols yeah, guys a little kookoo in the head but you never really know if he's fuking around or telling the truth, or a little of both...lols.
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Faith & Beliefs / Re: King Herod spoke softly but was he kind?
« Last post by Visualmon on February 04, 2023, 02:48:45 PM »
There are two king Herods in the book. Which one you're referring to?   :)
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Online Journal / Re: The little girl's cousin now starts her journey
« Last post by Reporter on February 04, 2023, 11:34:06 AM »
As Pey-Pey is more and more able to verbalize her internal knowledge, I get the feeling that she has a very educated soul and may even be able to sense things.

The other day her mom picked up the phone and  started talking while we played away, Pey-Pey told me "mommy talking on der phone, wid shister."

NiNi has a tiny baby toy whose toes had been bitten off. I thought it was created that way. But Pey-Pey looked at those feet with the missing toes and said "Boo Boo bite it. Boo Boo bite it."

I later confrmed from NiNi's mom that their pet dog Boo Boo did bite off those toes and NiNi's dad couldn't fix them, so they just let those feet be. But she said Pey-Pey never knew of that from them or anyone else.
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Online Journal / Re: The little girl's cousin now starts her journey
« Last post by Reporter on February 04, 2023, 11:20:04 AM »
She's playing with her Peppa Pig toys and putting them on two trolleys that she calls buses.

"All aboard," she says. "All aboard. Bye-bye. You want to chome? You chome, too."

I just listen to her talk to them.

Then I decide to take some other toys and ask her if we can ride on the bus, too. It's already full.

"Yesh. Chome! Ride togader," she says.

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Online Journal / Re: The little girl's cousin now starts her journey
« Last post by Reporter on February 04, 2023, 11:17:58 AM »
Yesterday we looked at the moon. Pey-Pey said "moon ish hidang."

The moon was only partly showing. (We pointed at the moon without fear, like we did before.)

"Ish night time," she said.

Awhile ago, when Cousin 2 was a bit older than Pey-Pey was, Cousin 2 didn't know night from day but described night as "you know when the sun is not there and you can't see anymore."

Now, Pey-Pey asked to have both umbrellas flared up.

"Ish a shunny day! Ish shunny," she said.

Then she changed that to "ish raining; ish raining, R."

I wetted my hands with some water from the kitchen sink and asked if I could splash it.

"Yesh," she said.

I shook the water from my hands onto her umbrellas. "It's raining. It's raining," I said.

"No!! No, R. Don't spash!"

"But it's raining," I said.

"No!!!"
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