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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / New lure to try
« on: April 13, 2019, 01:30:18 AM »
As always, there's only so much lures in similarity.  It's just that, that similarity but yet subtle difference that makes it look all sparkly like jewelry that you have to try.

I'm on the hunt and looking... >:D

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Anime | Manga / Hina Festival
« on: April 13, 2019, 01:19:06 AM »
Of all the anime, this one is a must watch.  In simplicity about doing what's right and just realizing things that people do are just wrong and what it takes to make it right.  On top of it all, a tear jerker scene and even an ultimate clash...most of all, best as a parenting hand guide in a comical way.  O0  Even the title is misleading.

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Anime | Manga / Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms
« on: February 13, 2019, 03:20:34 AM »
A tear jerker for sure.  O0


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Movies / Attack on Titan
« on: January 23, 2019, 07:28:55 PM »
Didn't know there was a asian made Attack on Titan movie. So I'm going to watch it.

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Dear Dr. PebHmong / Assessment performance reviews
« on: January 09, 2019, 12:14:28 PM »
What I always wonder about?  Even if it's an honest assessment given by either a colleague or from a supervisor.

I was told I was impatient.

That stuck out weird, because, patience is actually one of my strengths.  Was it assessed in the wrong scenario or what?

I get if compared to how I work, yes, I'm a beast, superhuman skill. 

I get that there's always two sides to each and everything.  The glass half full or half empty perspective.

As described by two different customers.  One says, it's like he's putting a high speed show on like only what you see on tv.  Another just says, he's throwing things around sloppy and it happens to land right.

So when my patience runs out...after giving an employee like two dozen chances to fix said problem and trying various methods of training over the past several months.  Yes, company standards, standard training etc.,..to simplified steps, written cards, post it, children rhymes, etc.,...I'm told I'm impatient because I said, "I don't know what else to do because I'm out of ideas.  I would like you to come up with a solution." yes, even empowering said individual to take accountability for themselves.

Should I just give up early?  Accept that people just can't learn or just refuse to learn.

and then this comes back.

"I can't learn because of his training methods...."

Um you watched the training video, everything was taught according to company standards - training video...

"It's because you were impatient..."

It's a one minute lesson...peopl e do it in one minute and become expert in one minute...it's taken said employee three months and not able to master this...after three months and I have the quality of being impatient.  None of these observers, were here for the past three months...

I need to work on being more stupid like everybody else...that's what my performance review tells me.  I was too stupid to play that.

Tell me I'm stupid... O0

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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Ice Fishing 2018-19
« on: December 12, 2018, 03:56:01 AM »
Been a few years...this time we're going ice fishing again in just a few weeks here.

New stuff, since old stuff broke or needs heavy repair.

Eskimo 949i shelter
Beaverdam Noodle Rod 32"

Some new lures
Z viber
Z darter
Rapala Rippin Rap ultralight

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Health & Fitness / Foot Angel
« on: May 12, 2016, 03:45:15 AM »
As seen on TV

Yes testing this Foot Angel.  It looks like compression toeless sock.  Worn it for about six hours.  Yes compression toeless sock.  Well my feet wasn't sore or achy on my day off, so I didn't find any advantage to it, but great for the flip flops as a toeless sock.

Now I've got other tight socks that are compression like and does about the same job.

To be honest, I think being toeless will just make the foot angel sock ride up.  I did not wear it in any shoes or boots, but maybe a test for another time.

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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / ice fishing 2016
« on: January 04, 2016, 03:17:25 AM »
Yes, where's the hot bite at?  Not phalen...cuz big crappies aren't hitting there...

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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Dead, missing, animals
« on: August 06, 2015, 01:05:23 AM »
So this year with the avian flu killing off the turkey farms.  I also noticed a lack of squirrels and rabbits in my yard.  Apparently there were quite a few dead carcasses of squirrels in the backyard just below their nesting tree.

Now I don't know if these are related or the neighbors set out poisons killing off the rodents.  Typically there are black crows about as well, but they all seemed to have vanished as well.
 
For one thing the wild turkey are still alive.  Two hens with their brood. 

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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Turtles crossing street
« on: July 06, 2015, 08:21:34 PM »
Saw a  big snapper turtle on my street just as I pulled out of the driveway.

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Television / American Ninja Warrior
« on: July 06, 2015, 07:23:19 PM »
Watching it.  Military contestant special.

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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Coon Rapids
« on: June 29, 2015, 08:24:20 PM »
Not sure what the deal is this year but the fishing has been horrible.  I think its been a combination of all the invasive species barriers and constructs that has diminished the fish quality.

So far zero catfish for me this year.

It also seems like every other time I have to tell some fishing person that they can't fish with two rods.  The common response is that they didn't know.  All those Walmart bags, worms, leeches, minnows, and they didn't know they can't fish with two rods.

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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Hook pricing
« on: June 29, 2015, 12:00:23 AM »
I just happen to look at a hook pack that I had bought years ago.  I remember they were the Mustard ultrapoint series.  It was a light wire wide gap bass hook.  It used to cost $6.99 for 25 pack.  I saw the same package at Cabela's for $13.99 now.  Wow what a price hike.  From barely over a Quarter a hook to now over a Half Dollar cost.  Can't afford to lose hooks needlessly now. 

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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / St. Croix power plant
« on: June 06, 2015, 04:59:29 AM »
With the water level up and there's some flow in that spillway, there's some fish gathering up in there.  The sheepshead fish are biting, curly tail jigs, spoons, and rooster tails.  There is quite a few carps in there as well.  And plenty of people snag fishing.

I picked up the rest of the hardware to a Mepps Aglia spinner minus the treble hook.  Gosh is snag fishing that prestigious that a person would destroy a brand new spinner just for the treble hook?  Oh and plenty of braid lines on the ground.  People come in, spooling up fresh braid lines.  What do they do with their old stuff, just toss it on the ground.  I also picked up about the largest treble hook I've ever seen.  I could probably use it as a grappling hook.

Then there's always a few who be throwing rocks at the trash can or portal potty. 

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Jokes & Riddles / I'm tired of going to church - jokes
« on: May 23, 2015, 01:38:36 AM »
I'm tired of going to church...

The preacher told me to bare all to the Lord.  So I did.  Then they curse me for baring naked as I was shouting, "Praise the Lord!"

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