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Male, 31 years old
Transistional, Existence, Eastern US

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Interests: Dogs / Dating / Cats / Hunting / Fashion
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Birthday:6/11/1988 (31 Years Old)
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Occupation: find me
Marital Status: (Decline to State)
Sexual Preference: Straight
Religion: Christian
Politics: Moderate
Fav. Movie: in
Fav. TV Show: my
Fav. Book: field of grass
Fav. Song: mother
Fav. Food: nature`s
Fav. Car: son
law is not a means of social reform.

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I’m sunburned. - Mood:Good
Tuesday May 26 20202:07:24 PM |
Social distancing was less stringent for me this weekend. I know reopening is happening in phases. I might have skipped a phase.

I was outside all weekend. There’s that. Not a lot of hugs or close contact. Went down the river. Went to someone’s house in a more populated area and hung out with five or six people. We played beer pong with water cups.

It was nice. The river was fun. It really is a beautiful river to float down. I made a workout out of kayaking. The only misstep was a dog jumped out of a canoe but we survived and I chased down the paddle and had to leave my car at my aunt’s and...

The mind worry is that I saw two people I work with on the river. And I was drinking. So that felt awkward.

But the river was the most populated area as far as social distancing goes. Otherwise it was just small groups of people from my father’s side of the family. Net positive..

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Ham bone ideas. - Mood:Good
Tuesday May 05 202012:03:41 PM |
I have a ham bone and some hand. I want to make a soup because multiple people tell me that’s what you can do with ham bones. But I honestly don’t know how to start.

I k ow I could google this and get a blog post. But I’d much rather take the aggregate response if there even is a response in this rather defunct site. In recent days at least.

I’m thinking just split peas, ham bone, bag of frozen vegetables, some amount of water. Turn on slow cook. Come home and stir and consume. Please tell me if I am living in a falsehood concerning ham bones.

But I’ve actually expanded my wheelhouse in the cooking department. Not a ton. But my eggs have cheese on them now. And I’m making rice and vegetables and then making fried rice with the leftovers.

But I guess after this post I’ll just bite the bull dick and google ham bone soup crock pot magic quick food meal easy go time fun stuff..

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Quarintennis. - Mood:Good
Sunday April 05 202010:30:33 PM |
My serve is rusty. But it feels not bad. Second serve is hopping up as it’s supposed to. Every once in a while my toss is just the right amount of out front on the first.

My backhand has become a natural thing in the past couple years/seasons. That’s been the most satisfying. I can create with it rather than just release it. Definite sense of feel at contact. Understanding when a slice is necessary but trying to not use it too defensively.

My brother is my partner. Sometimes he wakes up past noon but any Saturday or Sunday sans rain is an opportunity. I’m sore in a very satisfying way. Especially since we’ve been doing match play and mixing in serving with the groundstrokes.

So it’s been a very successful use of quarantime. And I’ve been getting free food at the parents’ too so I can save my frozen quaranmeats. It’s really been kind of quaranfun. Not quarantrapped.

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