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< a WINTER day in the life >

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Its officially 2:30 am here. I will document tommorow and post it.

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s'okay.... here's a day last week. January 21st, 2006.



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^ good morning walk on the beach

 

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^ the sun rises in the east

 

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^ the sun wasn't the only thing rising! (it wouldn't be 12oz without perveract)

 

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^ why didn't I buy this t-shirt? oh yeah.... $30 USD

 

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^ $30 can buy a lot of rum. Note that this is in a van, while moving.

 

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^ Back To The Beach!

 

BONUS <<+++>> FUNK

 

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^ You cant drink the water, so grab something on ice.

 

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^ goonight, and thank God I got out of Canada.

 

 

 

(but I might submit another winter day if things pick up)

 

 

 

NOW YOU!

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Ok here goes.



These are not all from one day.

 

This set is a typical drive for me to and from to the see the umm.. bear.

 

So.. yea.

 

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Typical scenery to NY.

 

 

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Waiting for sushi.

 

 

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Be quiet and drive.

 

 

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Polar Bear plunge, Lake George, NY.

 

 

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Irish pride.

 

 

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Hike.

 

 

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"

 

 

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200 miles later.

 

 

 

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wake up check the weather outside.

 

 

 

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catch the train to go shopping.

 

 

 

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walk around the city for a bit.

 

 

 

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hit the mall... im a mall rat.

 

 

 

 

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go for dinner

 

 

 

 

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go home and relax.

 

 

 

 

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drink some beers.

 

 

 

 

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order a midnight snack

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A Wintery Day in the Life of: <span style='color:white'>Tough Love</span>

This was a typical school day. An early rise, and a rather routine day which is pretty much the same all week...

(photos were particularly chosen not to jeopardize the privacy of myself or those i know)

enjoy

 

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1. Wake up early in the morning and make some breakfast

 

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2. Early morning classes....yay! its not even light out yet

 

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3. See above

 

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4. Gettin an edumacation. Campus was hella empty, even though there were some classes on...

 

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5. Leave a friend in the pisser

 

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6. Come back home and eat some foooooood

 

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7. Watch the tube

 

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8. Off to juuuudoo for the rest of the night

 

 

Repeat times 5

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Well I don't have any pictures so here's a story I stumbled across:

 

Fort Shelby Hotel

 

The old boarded up Fort Shelby Hotel has stood abandon for over twenty

years on Lafayette Street near the outskirts of Detroit's business district.

For years it was shelter for homeless men who would find there way inside the

building to find refuge from the brutal Michigan winters. For years the only

tenant in the old hotel was the notorious Anchor Bar a favorite watering hole

for reporters from the areas two newspapers. For years it had been known as a

place where police, politicians, priests and pressmen could go for a cold

beer, a greasy hamburger and place abet on your favorite horserace or

football game.

 

A local street person who was known only as Moe found part-time work doing odd

jobs at the bar. After leaving the bar in the early morning hours he would

leave the bar and make his way to the rear of the hotel and enter the building

through some boards that he had loosened. Moe was a one eyed black man who's

face showed the results of years of drinking and living on the street. He was

quiet and polite but he was often seen driving away other street people who

might try to make their residence in the ruins of the old building.

 

Sometime during the early 90's some rotted plumbing gave out in one of the

hotels basement levels and unbeknownst to the bar caused all of their sewage

to flow out into the hotel basement. For several years people that worked in

adjacent buildings noticed and complained about the smell to city officials

but it was blamed on sluggish sewers in the area. The bar itself was spared

the odor because it was totally sealed off from the hotel proper.

 

During an unusually rare building inspection the startling discovery of years

of human waste was discovered. They say that it was well over four feet deep.

Inside one of the rooms they found the skeletal remains of Old Moe. He did

not drown in the sewage but it is suspected he became mired in the sludge as

he came down a stairwell and could not free himself while in the dark and

probably inebriated.

 

Strange as his death may seem the strange part of the story is that people

that work in the area still claim to see old Jim walking through the alleys

near the old hotel. There are reports of seeing Jim late at night sitting in

the alley behind the old Fort Shelby Hotel and some claim to have seen lights

moving through some of the lower floors of the building. Some even swear they

have heard noises coming from inside the building.

 

The bar is has moved out long ago and the building is now well boarded and

secure. Is it the city steam that pours from the manholes and pavement that

people mistake for someone moving through the alleys or is it Old Moe still

standing guard defending his turf at the old Fort Shelby Hotel.

 

Submitted by Stikman007@aol.com

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Originally posted by Tough Love@Jan 29 2006, 10:29 PM

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8. Off to juuuudoo for the rest of the night

 

nice belt, here's mine:

 

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^ taken a few minutes ago, still relevant

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haha sweet man! except mine is a bit too short for me and i need to get graded to blue pretty soon

 

im a returning judo player..coming outta "retirement" so hence a smaller belt

 

 

someone should sticky this thread

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'someone' should sticky this thread..... now who could do that?

 

I'm going for blue in two months. I mised classes and the rule is that

you have to be at every class for two months prior to your grading.

 

 

 

hey rager.... that border around your flicks isn't the OG12OZ gray?.. is it?

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Id post pictures of the belts I have from martial arts except I didnt have belts while studing under anyone.

 

Oh and Im really considering banning Rage on the sheer factor that you and your boyfriend really creep me the fuck out.

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id post pics of the belts i have from the custodial arts, but we didnt have belts...we wore coveralls.

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Originally posted by BEEFEATER@Jan 30 2006, 01:12 AM

Oh and Im really considering banning Rage on the sheer factor that you and your boyfriend really creep me the fuck out.

:haha:

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Originally posted by BEEFEATER@Jan 29 2006, 11:12 PM

Oh and Im really considering banning Rage on the sheer factor that you and your boyfriend really creep me the fuck out.

no way thats his man? hahaha

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Originally posted by Tough Love@Jan 29 2006, 06:29 PM

8. Off to juuuudoo for the rest of the night

 

 

 

They pay you to do Judo?

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