: Dear, The Kids are home!



RobertCTS
11-15-05, 12:22 PM
Like my ear ring Dad? If these were your kids what would be your reaction?:D
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Elvis
11-15-05, 12:28 PM
I brought you into this world, son. I can take you out.

RobertCTS
11-15-05, 12:48 PM
My daughter went through the PIB stage(People in Black). I talked to her about it but it had no impact. What a freak!:nono:

Kev
11-15-05, 01:22 PM
I brought you into this world, son. I can take you out."....and make another one just like you!" - Bill Cosby

One of my favorite quotes.

RobertCTS
11-15-05, 01:37 PM
"....and make another one just like you!" - Bill Cosby

One of my favorite quotes.

Don't forget, "Pow!! Right to the Moon!"

Kev
11-15-05, 01:42 PM
Don't forget, "Pow!! Right to the Moon!"I'm a little young but I did see a few of those!

"To the moon Alice, right to the moon!"

"Hey Ralphie, howzit shakin?"

gothicaleigh
11-15-05, 02:00 PM
My daughter went through the PIB stage(People in Black). I talked to her about it but it had no impact. What a freak!:nono:
Rather humorous coming from someone who blacked out their CTS and seems to have a vader fetish... :p
:duck:

RobertCTS
11-15-05, 03:14 PM
Rather humorous coming from someone who blacked out their CTS and seems to have a vader fetish... :p
:duck:

The daughter was a PIB. I'm a PIBC..Person In a Black CTS:D

Boombotz
11-15-05, 04:23 PM
To each there own. If it was my kid I would freak, but as long as they remained a good person that is all that matters. You can only do so much and then at some point allow them to take what you taught them and experience life. Even if it is not the way I would have envisioned it.

mccombie_5
11-15-05, 04:36 PM
Everyone has a problem with this PIB thing

Although if they were my kids, i would buy them a nice little house, give them some money, and tell them to stay away from me.

I think

Some stuff is OK

That is TOO FAR

Elvis
11-15-05, 05:19 PM
I like Johnny Cash.

When the kid memorizes every word to "One Piece at a Time" she would be allowed to dress that way on the weekends.

mccombie_5
11-15-05, 05:22 PM
I dont care how my kids dress, my daughter has to wear a uniform in school, so i let her wear whatever on weekends (within reason) and my son is in college and therefore dresses liek a weirdo, my older son is in university and thefore dresses like a hobo

Elvis
11-15-05, 05:23 PM
Is there a difference between being "in college" and "in university" ???

You people talk funny.

Kev
11-15-05, 05:25 PM
http://usera.imagecave.com/BobsWork/jewlery.jpgIs this a cry for attention? Ya think! :hmm:

mccombie_5
11-15-05, 05:29 PM
Is there a difference between being "in college" and "in university" ???
You people talk funny.
Secondary Education: 11-16
Sixth form Education: 16-18 (its like "upper" school)
College: 16-18 (its more relaxed than sixth form, no uniform, no 9am-3pm)
University: 18+

Sandy
11-15-05, 05:46 PM
Yes, there is a BIG differance, especially in the Eastern part of the USA.

College = Equals about $24,000 a year
University = Equals about $ 32,000 a year

I am speaking from current experience. :eek:

addison_ii
11-15-05, 05:53 PM
Hey look it's time for fishing.
But if it were my kids, I would ask them if they would like me to help them find their mind, because they had to have lost it looking like that.

mccombie_5
11-15-05, 06:00 PM
Yes, there is a BIG differance, especially in the Eastern part of the USA.
College = Equals about $24,000 a year
University = Equals about $ 32,000 a year
I am speaking from current experience. :eek:

College is free.

University here is expensive

My other son is there. i darent add up the totals

Elvis
11-15-05, 06:38 PM
It depends on whether you're talking about a "state" university, or a private college.

Back in my day, $750 got you books and tuition for a semester. You could take up to 21 hours for that. I never took more than 18. You could live on campus for $110 per month. Food was the only remaining expense.

mccombie_5
11-15-05, 07:20 PM
My kids went to a state school, my wife is the headmistress of this school.

My younger son is in a state college, which is free, my older lad is in University which charges our family a small fortune for his education. I would not consider putting any of my kids into private schols or colleges.

I want my kids to see the real world, how things really happen, and i want them to be streetwise.

keeksv
11-15-05, 08:11 PM
Is this a cry for attention? Ya think! :hmm:

I think it's a cry for a plastic surgeon, personally....

jteolis
11-15-05, 10:45 PM
Rather humorous coming from someone who blacked out their CTS and seems to have a vader fetish... :p
:duck:

I just laughed out loud! THANKS Gothicaleigh!

Some of the nicest people I know are Goth!

Rolex
11-15-05, 11:25 PM
Is this a cry for attention? Ya think! :hmm:

I believe they're hiding from something. I think this is an outward reflection of some fragile self esteem issues.

Or maybe I don't understand this body mutilation thing at all and have no idea what I'm talking about.!?:rolleyes:

fast66
11-16-05, 02:12 AM
It depends on whether you're talking about a "state" university, or a private college.
Back in my day, $750 got you books and tuition for a semester. You could take up to 21 hours for that. I never took more than 18. You could live on campus for $110 per month. Food was the only remaining expense.

Wow 750! My books ALONE cost more than $750 each semester. With all these $150 new editions, sometimes I can go up to $1000 for 21 credits
Goths are sometimes weird but they know how to party!

davesdeville
11-16-05, 03:13 AM
I'd get the needle nose pliers and a lot of gauze.

Jesda
11-16-05, 05:59 AM
Is there a difference between being "in college" and "in university" ???
You people talk funny.

Even here in middle America, the official difference is that a university offers post-graduate degrees while a college does not.

RobertCTS
11-16-05, 06:19 AM
I just laughed out loud! THANKS Gothicaleigh!

Some of the nicest people I know are Goth!

My foolish Stalker is back.:nono:

jteolis
11-17-05, 04:27 PM
My foolish Stalker is back.:nono:

The power of the dark side can be intoxicating, but as with all misguided paths, it will lead to a dead end! Your best bet Robert is to forsake the dark side, give up the ways of the Sith and turn back to the goodly ways of the force.:batty:

Kev
11-17-05, 04:36 PM
Yes, there is good in you both, I can sense it.
Don't give in to the dark side or I shall have to
sick Master Yogurt on you both!
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jteolis
11-18-05, 12:11 PM
Yes, there is good in you both, I can sense it.
Don't give in to the dark side or I shall have to
sick Master Yogurt on you both!
http://www.moviesection.de/v3/img/datenbank/1076166517space1.jpg

OI! The POWER of the Schwartz IS WAY too much for us weak sniviling Jedi Knights.

And Yogurt, may the Schwartz be with you!!