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jzWz6Q70qI   V2ffFEyex 27.10.2015
, sure, lets see what its all about. Mostly it was about racing cars, shnitoog guns, snow boarding and shnitoog guns and stealing cars and shnitoog guns and flying jet planes, shnitoog missiles and dropping neutron bombs. Mostly I just dove my fighter jet into the deck, so I was out pretty quick. But, for five days the kids didn"t eat, didn"t sleep, didn"t wash, one kid peed his pants (the other did take bathroom breaks) and they played and they played until their thumbs bled. The only comment I made was, I have never driven a real car with my thumbs, never shot a gun with my thumbs, never snowboarded with my thumbs (remember the Burton swallow tail board) and at 6" 4 , 265 lbs. I am never going to fit into Have you ever seen how small those fighter pilots are! If you want to shoot real guns we have guns in the gun safe. After the PLAYgameBoX thing went back to the video store my oldest son was the first to figure out that (in fighter pilot terms) they had screwed the pooch. Hey, he had read Tom Wolfe"s The Right Stuff. They proved to themselves that left to their own devices they would pretty much play video games all day and night.Don"t worry about the kids, we"re not Luddites. Everyone learned to ski, play electric guitars and trombones, tinker on the 65" Corvette, work with power tools, play baseball, and yes, shoot guns. .22"s, .223"s, 8mm"s, 10mm"s, .45"s, 30.06"s, shot guns and bows and arrows, clay birds and real birds with real bird dogs. It is pretty funny to see how less cool video games are to a kid who has field dressed a deer. Fake blood and fake video fire power don"t make your ears ring.My oldest son cut his first CD of original music when he was 14. When a publisher, with kids the same age, looked over the press release of the CD and listened to some of the tracks, he paused, turned to me and said, your kids don"t play video games do they. He went on, my kid plays guitar too, but I can"t get him away from the video games long enough to ever attempt recording a CD. Here"s how I taught my kids the value of money and why they never spent their money on video games (we never gave our kids an allowance, they did get paid for doing projects) My oldest was a good guitar player but pretty shy. I knew that if he played in front of a warm crowd it would help him relax in front of people. I suggested that he take a guitar and an amp and some Jeff Golub CD"s downtown and busk by playing along with Jeff and his band. He talked to three businesses that had power outlets on the street, his barber, a bank and a gym. He would play for a few hours and people would toss money in his guitar case. In our little town, pop. 25,000 he made about $20 dollars per hour at first. He said, dad, they"re paying me to practice. I said, you entertain and create a festive atmosphere, they enjoy it, appreciate it and are willing to compensate you. That"s why they call it trade. As he got better and entertained more he made $50 per hour. On evenings when they held art walks he made $100 per hour. On a few festival days he would make $300 per hour. Then people asked him to play at weddings, etc. He opened a checking account at the bank he played in front of and he filed a tax return at age 15. But, here is how he learned the value of money. I told him, your parents will never tell you what to do with the money you make and we will never question what you choose to spend it on. You earned it, you know what it takes to make more of it and the only way to know what it is worth is to trade it for something you want worse than money. If that thing costs $600, all you have to do is decide if it is worth 10 hours of playing guitar. I don"t know if if he ever bought a video game machine. I don"t think so. He did get his first day job out of high school with an electronics equipment manufacturer in our town, on the strength of his CD and his relaxed sales style and knowledge of music. He has had his own apartment since the day he turned 18 and is still at the same company after 4.5 years. He sells equipment to people all over the world and 48 weekends a year his band plays gigs all over the state. He has never asked me for a dime and last summer he spent part of his vacation helping me build an ATV bridge over a stream. I was happy to pay him $100 per day for a 16 hour day plus meals.Next son was 10 years old (don"t worry there"s only two kids) and wanted to make some money selling eggs door to door. Had always sold coupon books door to door to pay for baseball. No fear in this son, a natural salesman. Top coupon book saleskid in baseball ($1500 worth per year). OK, we don"t have chickens, so how are you going to buy eggs low and sell them high. They"re fragile, they transport poorly on your bike and most people already have them in the fridge. Koolaid stand never seems to make much money. But, in the back yard is a raspberry patch. When your Mom is done picking for her jam maybe you can sell the surplus. (We are not gardeners, we live in town, but the only thing that seems to grow out back is raspberries, no fertilizer, no bug spray, just wild raspberries.) Mom strikes a deal, if I help you pick I get half the earnings, if you do all the picking you keep all the earnings. Son gets the trays and checks at the grocery store for the going rate. $3 dollars per half pint. He asks me for a small favor. Dad, would you make me a couple of nice signs for each side of the coaster wagon? Sure, I say, what are you going to charge? $3 per half pint. Hmm, can I make a suggestion? Charge $4 and add the word organic to your sign. See how that flies down at the corner. If they don"t sell you can always lower the price. 25 minutes later 10 year old son returns with $200 in his pocket and an empty coaster wagon. Dad, they were screeching their breaks to stop and running at me with twenty dollar bills. I told the ones who didn"t get any that I"d be back tomorrow at the same time. I give the same speech about the value of money. Spend it as you see fit, you know how to make more. Son opens trustee savings account at bank, sells raspberries for two weeks, never buys video game machine. Starts producing videos his junior year in high school. Is now a freshman in college studying film, does cold call selling on the phone three nights per week and is a paid intern 16 hours per week at the local PBS station. Also helped me on the bridge project for $100 per day, dawn to dusk, plus meals. Hold on, we never paid for cars or gas or insurance or cell phones either. I told my boys the reason parents are always nagging and crabbing about those expenses is because they are paying for all that stuff for their kids. It"s like the Holiday Inn. Do kids buy $500 smart phones and pay for the service and overages? No. That is why you see them talking on the phone all day and why the parents are steamed about the bill. Kids call for free!My son in college owns a bike, (no car, hey he can buy any car he"s willing to pay for) students stop him all the timeand ask him about his cool bike, coolest on campus says he, (bought at a garage sale for $5). If his bike gets stolen, hey, it cost him $5. He says, Dad, students park $3,000 bikes in the bike rack to ride from the dorm to class and back. And then leave them out in the snow. It is OK to tell your kids that some things just are not going to happen. As the above stories reveal, we did plenty without video games, plus we went on trips and spring breaks and summer vacations and all that. But, I do recall that at a certain age I had to make a very solemn announcement one morning at the breakfast table. It is most unfortunate and a very unfair twist of fate and just plain bad luck all the way around, but you children have been born into a family that will do nothing to support, pay for, encourage, condone, nor promote your interest in the game of ice hockey. When a child plays ice hockey the whole family plays ice hockey and you have sadly picked the wrong parents if you were hoping to become the next toothless, brawling, bloodied hockey star. Besides, 18 miles round trip on icy unplowed roads for 4:00am ice time seven days a week is not in the schedule. Wishing that the family policy on this was different is kind of like wishing that the sky wasn"t blue, you are on the wrong planet. Any questions? Please pass the pancakes. (Note: I did grow up in Wisconsin and loved Badger hockey games at Dane County Coliseum but we only have semi-pro knothead hockey here.) How did those kids get so savvy about the value of money? Like the publisher said, your kids don"t play video games, do they. No, and a few other things too.
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jzWz6Q70qI   V2ffFEyex 27.10.2015
, sure, lets see what its all about. Mostly it was about racing cars, shnitoog guns, snow boarding and shnitoog guns and stealing cars and shnitoog guns and flying jet planes, shnitoog missiles and dropping neutron bombs. Mostly I just dove my fighter jet into the deck, so I was out pretty quick. But, for five days the kids didn"t eat, didn"t sleep, didn"t wash, one kid peed his pants (the other did take bathroom breaks) and they played and they played until their thumbs bled. The only comment I made was, I have never driven a real car with my thumbs, never shot a gun with my thumbs, never snowboarded with my thumbs (remember the Burton swallow tail board) and at 6" 4 , 265 lbs. I am never going to fit into Have you ever seen how small those fighter pilots are! If you want to shoot real guns we have guns in the gun safe. After the PLAYgameBoX thing went back to the video store my oldest son was the first to figure out that (in fighter pilot terms) they had screwed the pooch. Hey, he had read Tom Wolfe"s The Right Stuff. They proved to themselves that left to their own devices they would pretty much play video games all day and night.Don"t worry about the kids, we"re not Luddites. Everyone learned to ski, play electric guitars and trombones, tinker on the 65" Corvette, work with power tools, play baseball, and yes, shoot guns. .22"s, .223"s, 8mm"s, 10mm"s, .45"s, 30.06"s, shot guns and bows and arrows, clay birds and real birds with real bird dogs. It is pretty funny to see how less cool video games are to a kid who has field dressed a deer. Fake blood and fake video fire power don"t make your ears ring.My oldest son cut his first CD of original music when he was 14. When a publisher, with kids the same age, looked over the press release of the CD and listened to some of the tracks, he paused, turned to me and said, your kids don"t play video games do they. He went on, my kid plays guitar too, but I can"t get him away from the video games long enough to ever attempt recording a CD. Here"s how I taught my kids the value of money and why they never spent their money on video games (we never gave our kids an allowance, they did get paid for doing projects) My oldest was a good guitar player but pretty shy. I knew that if he played in front of a warm crowd it would help him relax in front of people. I suggested that he take a guitar and an amp and some Jeff Golub CD"s downtown and busk by playing along with Jeff and his band. He talked to three businesses that had power outlets on the street, his barber, a bank and a gym. He would play for a few hours and people would toss money in his guitar case. In our little town, pop. 25,000 he made about $20 dollars per hour at first. He said, dad, they"re paying me to practice. I said, you entertain and create a festive atmosphere, they enjoy it, appreciate it and are willing to compensate you. That"s why they call it trade. As he got better and entertained more he made $50 per hour. On evenings when they held art walks he made $100 per hour. On a few festival days he would make $300 per hour. Then people asked him to play at weddings, etc. He opened a checking account at the bank he played in front of and he filed a tax return at age 15. But, here is how he learned the value of money. I told him, your parents will never tell you what to do with the money you make and we will never question what you choose to spend it on. You earned it, you know what it takes to make more of it and the only way to know what it is worth is to trade it for something you want worse than money. If that thing costs $600, all you have to do is decide if it is worth 10 hours of playing guitar. I don"t know if if he ever bought a video game machine. I don"t think so. He did get his first day job out of high school with an electronics equipment manufacturer in our town, on the strength of his CD and his relaxed sales style and knowledge of music. He has had his own apartment since the day he turned 18 and is still at the same company after 4.5 years. He sells equipment to people all over the world and 48 weekends a year his band plays gigs all over the state. He has never asked me for a dime and last summer he spent part of his vacation helping me build an ATV bridge over a stream. I was happy to pay him $100 per day for a 16 hour day plus meals.Next son was 10 years old (don"t worry there"s only two kids) and wanted to make some money selling eggs door to door. Had always sold coupon books door to door to pay for baseball. No fear in this son, a natural salesman. Top coupon book saleskid in baseball ($1500 worth per year). OK, we don"t have chickens, so how are you going to buy eggs low and sell them high. They"re fragile, they transport poorly on your bike and most people already have them in the fridge. Koolaid stand never seems to make much money. But, in the back yard is a raspberry patch. When your Mom is done picking for her jam maybe you can sell the surplus. (We are not gardeners, we live in town, but the only thing that seems to grow out back is raspberries, no fertilizer, no bug spray, just wild raspberries.) Mom strikes a deal, if I help you pick I get half the earnings, if you do all the picking you keep all the earnings. Son gets the trays and checks at the grocery store for the going rate. $3 dollars per half pint. He asks me for a small favor. Dad, would you make me a couple of nice signs for each side of the coaster wagon? Sure, I say, what are you going to charge? $3 per half pint. Hmm, can I make a suggestion? Charge $4 and add the word organic to your sign. See how that flies down at the corner. If they don"t sell you can always lower the price. 25 minutes later 10 year old son returns with $200 in his pocket and an empty coaster wagon. Dad, they were screeching their breaks to stop and running at me with twenty dollar bills. I told the ones who didn"t get any that I"d be back tomorrow at the same time. I give the same speech about the value of money. Spend it as you see fit, you know how to make more. Son opens trustee savings account at bank, sells raspberries for two weeks, never buys video game machine. Starts producing videos his junior year in high school. Is now a freshman in college studying film, does cold call selling on the phone three nights per week and is a paid intern 16 hours per week at the local PBS station. Also helped me on the bridge project for $100 per day, dawn to dusk, plus meals. Hold on, we never paid for cars or gas or insurance or cell phones either. I told my boys the reason parents are always nagging and crabbing about those expenses is because they are paying for all that stuff for their kids. It"s like the Holiday Inn. Do kids buy $500 smart phones and pay for the service and overages? No. That is why you see them talking on the phone all day and why the parents are steamed about the bill. Kids call for free!My son in college owns a bike, (no car, hey he can buy any car he"s willing to pay for) students stop him all the timeand ask him about his cool bike, coolest on campus says he, (bought at a garage sale for $5). If his bike gets stolen, hey, it cost him $5. He says, Dad, students park $3,000 bikes in the bike rack to ride from the dorm to class and back. And then leave them out in the snow. It is OK to tell your kids that some things just are not going to happen. As the above stories reveal, we did plenty without video games, plus we went on trips and spring breaks and summer vacations and all that. But, I do recall that at a certain age I had to make a very solemn announcement one morning at the breakfast table. It is most unfortunate and a very unfair twist of fate and just plain bad luck all the way around, but you children have been born into a family that will do nothing to support, pay for, encourage, condone, nor promote your interest in the game of ice hockey. When a child plays ice hockey the whole family plays ice hockey and you have sadly picked the wrong parents if you were hoping to become the next toothless, brawling, bloodied hockey star. Besides, 18 miles round trip on icy unplowed roads for 4:00am ice time seven days a week is not in the schedule. Wishing that the family policy on this was different is kind of like wishing that the sky wasn"t blue, you are on the wrong planet. Any questions? Please pass the pancakes. (Note: I did grow up in Wisconsin and loved Badger hockey games at Dane County Coliseum but we only have semi-pro knothead hockey here.) How did those kids get so savvy about the value of money? Like the publisher said, your kids don"t play video games, do they. No, and a few other things too.
0fEATncOi5   H5GafjxAX 14.02.2017
L&;aquoravsntage des annuaires payants, c’est qu’il y a moins de liens sortants que sur les annuaires gratuits.Mais il me semble que Google a blacklistĂ© depuis longtemps les annuaires payants au states (notamment ceux qui avaient des tarifs exorbitants) et il devrait certainement en faire de mĂŞme en France si ces annuaires deviennent lĂ©gion.non?
0fEATncOi5   H5GafjxAX 14.02.2017
L&;aquoravsntage des annuaires payants, c’est qu’il y a moins de liens sortants que sur les annuaires gratuits.Mais il me semble que Google a blacklistĂ© depuis longtemps les annuaires payants au states (notamment ceux qui avaient des tarifs exorbitants) et il devrait certainement en faire de mĂŞme en France si ces annuaires deviennent lĂ©gion.non?
wEnMo9BoDD2   yYOrK8MP7 14.02.2017
At last, soomene comes up with the "right" answer!
wEnMo9BoDD2   yYOrK8MP7 14.02.2017
At last, soomene comes up with the "right" answer!
wEnMo9BoDD2   yYOrK8MP7 14.02.2017
At last, soomene comes up with the "right" answer!
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jzWz6Q70qI   V2ffFEyex 27.10.2015
, sure, lets see what its all about. Mostly it was about racing cars, shnitoog guns, snow boarding and shnitoog guns and stealing cars and shnitoog guns and flying jet planes, shnitoog missiles and dropping neutron bombs. Mostly I just dove my fighter jet into the deck, so I was out pretty quick. But, for five days the kids didn"t eat, didn"t sleep, didn"t wash, one kid peed his pants (the other did take bathroom breaks) and they played and they played until their thumbs bled. The only comment I made was, I have never driven a real car with my thumbs, never shot a gun with my thumbs, never snowboarded with my thumbs (remember the Burton swallow tail board) and at 6" 4 , 265 lbs. I am never going to fit into Have you ever seen how small those fighter pilots are! If you want to shoot real guns we have guns in the gun safe. After the PLAYgameBoX thing went back to the video store my oldest son was the first to figure out that (in fighter pilot terms) they had screwed the pooch. Hey, he had read Tom Wolfe"s The Right Stuff. They proved to themselves that left to their own devices they would pretty much play video games all day and night.Don"t worry about the kids, we"re not Luddites. Everyone learned to ski, play electric guitars and trombones, tinker on the 65" Corvette, work with power tools, play baseball, and yes, shoot guns. .22"s, .223"s, 8mm"s, 10mm"s, .45"s, 30.06"s, shot guns and bows and arrows, clay birds and real birds with real bird dogs. It is pretty funny to see how less cool video games are to a kid who has field dressed a deer. Fake blood and fake video fire power don"t make your ears ring.My oldest son cut his first CD of original music when he was 14. When a publisher, with kids the same age, looked over the press release of the CD and listened to some of the tracks, he paused, turned to me and said, your kids don"t play video games do they. He went on, my kid plays guitar too, but I can"t get him away from the video games long enough to ever attempt recording a CD. Here"s how I taught my kids the value of money and why they never spent their money on video games (we never gave our kids an allowance, they did get paid for doing projects) My oldest was a good guitar player but pretty shy. I knew that if he played in front of a warm crowd it would help him relax in front of people. I suggested that he take a guitar and an amp and some Jeff Golub CD"s downtown and busk by playing along with Jeff and his band. He talked to three businesses that had power outlets on the street, his barber, a bank and a gym. He would play for a few hours and people would toss money in his guitar case. In our little town, pop. 25,000 he made about $20 dollars per hour at first. He said, dad, they"re paying me to practice. I said, you entertain and create a festive atmosphere, they enjoy it, appreciate it and are willing to compensate you. That"s why they call it trade. As he got better and entertained more he made $50 per hour. On evenings when they held art walks he made $100 per hour. On a few festival days he would make $300 per hour. Then people asked him to play at weddings, etc. He opened a checking account at the bank he played in front of and he filed a tax return at age 15. But, here is how he learned the value of money. I told him, your parents will never tell you what to do with the money you make and we will never question what you choose to spend it on. You earned it, you know what it takes to make more of it and the only way to know what it is worth is to trade it for something you want worse than money. If that thing costs $600, all you have to do is decide if it is worth 10 hours of playing guitar. I don"t know if if he ever bought a video game machine. I don"t think so. He did get his first day job out of high school with an electronics equipment manufacturer in our town, on the strength of his CD and his relaxed sales style and knowledge of music. He has had his own apartment since the day he turned 18 and is still at the same company after 4.5 years. He sells equipment to people all over the world and 48 weekends a year his band plays gigs all over the state. He has never asked me for a dime and last summer he spent part of his vacation helping me build an ATV bridge over a stream. I was happy to pay him $100 per day for a 16 hour day plus meals.Next son was 10 years old (don"t worry there"s only two kids) and wanted to make some money selling eggs door to door. Had always sold coupon books door to door to pay for baseball. No fear in this son, a natural salesman. Top coupon book saleskid in baseball ($1500 worth per year). OK, we don"t have chickens, so how are you going to buy eggs low and sell them high. They"re fragile, they transport poorly on your bike and most people already have them in the fridge. Koolaid stand never seems to make much money. But, in the back yard is a raspberry patch. When your Mom is done picking for her jam maybe you can sell the surplus. (We are not gardeners, we live in town, but the only thing that seems to grow out back is raspberries, no fertilizer, no bug spray, just wild raspberries.) Mom strikes a deal, if I help you pick I get half the earnings, if you do all the picking you keep all the earnings. Son gets the trays and checks at the grocery store for the going rate. $3 dollars per half pint. He asks me for a small favor. Dad, would you make me a couple of nice signs for each side of the coaster wagon? Sure, I say, what are you going to charge? $3 per half pint. Hmm, can I make a suggestion? Charge $4 and add the word organic to your sign. See how that flies down at the corner. If they don"t sell you can always lower the price. 25 minutes later 10 year old son returns with $200 in his pocket and an empty coaster wagon. Dad, they were screeching their breaks to stop and running at me with twenty dollar bills. I told the ones who didn"t get any that I"d be back tomorrow at the same time. I give the same speech about the value of money. Spend it as you see fit, you know how to make more. Son opens trustee savings account at bank, sells raspberries for two weeks, never buys video game machine. Starts producing videos his junior year in high school. Is now a freshman in college studying film, does cold call selling on the phone three nights per week and is a paid intern 16 hours per week at the local PBS station. Also helped me on the bridge project for $100 per day, dawn to dusk, plus meals. Hold on, we never paid for cars or gas or insurance or cell phones either. I told my boys the reason parents are always nagging and crabbing about those expenses is because they are paying for all that stuff for their kids. It"s like the Holiday Inn. Do kids buy $500 smart phones and pay for the service and overages? No. That is why you see them talking on the phone all day and why the parents are steamed about the bill. Kids call for free!My son in college owns a bike, (no car, hey he can buy any car he"s willing to pay for) students stop him all the timeand ask him about his cool bike, coolest on campus says he, (bought at a garage sale for $5). If his bike gets stolen, hey, it cost him $5. He says, Dad, students park $3,000 bikes in the bike rack to ride from the dorm to class and back. And then leave them out in the snow. It is OK to tell your kids that some things just are not going to happen. As the above stories reveal, we did plenty without video games, plus we went on trips and spring breaks and summer vacations and all that. But, I do recall that at a certain age I had to make a very solemn announcement one morning at the breakfast table. It is most unfortunate and a very unfair twist of fate and just plain bad luck all the way around, but you children have been born into a family that will do nothing to support, pay for, encourage, condone, nor promote your interest in the game of ice hockey. When a child plays ice hockey the whole family plays ice hockey and you have sadly picked the wrong parents if you were hoping to become the next toothless, brawling, bloodied hockey star. Besides, 18 miles round trip on icy unplowed roads for 4:00am ice time seven days a week is not in the schedule. Wishing that the family policy on this was different is kind of like wishing that the sky wasn"t blue, you are on the wrong planet. Any questions? Please pass the pancakes. (Note: I did grow up in Wisconsin and loved Badger hockey games at Dane County Coliseum but we only have semi-pro knothead hockey here.) How did those kids get so savvy about the value of money? Like the publisher said, your kids don"t play video games, do they. No, and a few other things too.
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wOQjeZKffm   twvvTsHd4m 14.02.2017
Deep thought! Thanks for cogttiburinn.
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wOQjeZKffm   twvvTsHd4m 14.02.2017
Deep thought! Thanks for cogttiburinn.
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wOQjeZKffm   twvvTsHd4m 14.02.2017
Deep thought! Thanks for cogttiburinn.
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916AjLxgUpFs   nRPTOG0DByVI 14.02.2017
Calilng all cars, calling all cars, we"re ready to make a deal.
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916AjLxgUpFs   nRPTOG0DByVI 14.02.2017
Calilng all cars, calling all cars, we"re ready to make a deal.
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916AjLxgUpFs   nRPTOG0DByVI 14.02.2017
Calilng all cars, calling all cars, we"re ready to make a deal.
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