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#46 Stubbdog

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Posted 22 September 2005 - 10:15 AM

I'm 27 and I've got 4 now (8, 4, 3, 18 mo) and one on the way. All birthed without drugs. All 4 are boys, we don't know on the 5th yet, but if she's a girl she'll be just a weeeeee bit spoiled. ;)


5th?

Man.....

That is just crazy that is.... I wish you and your wife all the blessings that they will provide.

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Posted 22 September 2005 - 12:05 PM

Bodhi - the background in the second picture makes me want to visit Germany again (was born there and lived there for 8 years during 3 of my dad's tours of duty for the US Army). I used to love the German park systems. It's an area of the American culture that isn't embraced to the same level.


German park system? Hmm, that's interesting. The park in the picture is in Rethymnon, Crete.
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Posted 22 September 2005 - 12:45 PM



I'm 27 and I've got 4 now (8, 4, 3, 18 mo) and one on the way. All birthed without drugs. All 4 are boys, we don't know on the 5th yet, but if she's a girl she'll be just a weeeeee bit spoiled. ;)


5th?

Man.....

That is just crazy that is.... I wish you and your wife all the blessings that they will provide.

No, we're not crazy. We're blessed. Psalm 127:3 :poke:


Bodhi - the background in the second picture makes me want to visit Germany again (was born there and lived there for 8 years during 3 of my dad's tours of duty for the US Army). I used to love the German park systems. It's an area of the American culture that isn't embraced to the same level.


German park system? Hmm, that's interesting. The park in the picture is in Rethymnon, Crete.

Well as your are listed "From: Stockholm - Sweden" I knew it wasn't Germany. Just said it made me want to go back to Germany because it looked similar/familiar.
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Posted 22 September 2005 - 02:31 PM

Well as your are listed "From: Stockholm - Sweden" I knew it wasn't Germany. Just said it made me want to go back to Germany because it looked similar/familiar.
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I may be living in Stockholm, Sweden but I am in fact a german citicen. That's why I found it interesting. I'm surprised I didn't note the similarity my self.
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Posted 22 September 2005 - 11:00 PM

I may be living in Stockholm, Sweden but I am in fact a german citicen. That's why I found it interesting. I'm surprised I didn't note the similarity my self.

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Interesting. What part of Germany are you from? I was born in Büdingen, near Frankfurt. Lived there till I was two. Came back to Germany in the early 80s when my dad was stationed at Wiesbaden. The final tour during the late 80s/early 90s was at Panzer Army base (now closed) in Boeblingen. It was right near Panzer Amry base and Stuttgart
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Posted 23 September 2005 - 01:32 AM


I may be living in Stockholm, Sweden but I am in fact a german citicen. That's why I found it interesting. I'm surprised I didn't note the similarity my self.

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Interesting. What part of Germany are you from? I was born in Büdingen, near Frankfurt. Lived there till I was two. Came back to Germany in the early 80s when my dad was stationed at Wiesbaden. The final tour during the late 80s/early 90s was at Panzer Army base (now closed) in Boeblingen. It was right near Panzer Amry base and Stuttgart


I was BORN in Muenchen - Bavaria. But I'm usually quick to point out to all germans that I only lived there my first two months and that all of my ancestry is northgerman - the area known as Schlesvig-Holstein.
Thats because bavarians have a reputation for being conservative and rightwing wereas me and most of my german friends are... not.
My father was born in Frankfurt though - and my brother in Stuttgart . ::):
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Posted 23 September 2005 - 10:15 AM



I may be living in Stockholm, Sweden but I am in fact a german citicen. That's why I found it interesting. I'm surprised I didn't note the similarity my self.

:B):
Interesting. What part of Germany are you from? I was born in Büdingen, near Frankfurt. Lived there till I was two. Came back to Germany in the early 80s when my dad was stationed at Wiesbaden. The final tour during the late 80s/early 90s was at Panzer Army base (now closed) in Boeblingen. It was right near Panzer Amry base and Stuttgart


I was BORN in Muenchen - Bavaria. But I'm usually quick to point out to all germans that I only lived there my first two months and that all of my ancestry is northgerman - the area known as Schlesvig-Holstein.
Thats because bavarians have a reputation for being conservative and rightwing wereas me and most of my german friends are... not.
My father was born in Frankfurt though - and my brother in Stuttgart . ::):


Schlesvig-Holstein huh? We'll get it back some day. Just you wait and see, Denmark will rise again, muahahahaha
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Posted 23 September 2005 - 05:12 PM




I may be living in Stockholm, Sweden but I am in fact a german citicen. That's why I found it interesting. I'm surprised I didn't note the similarity my self.

:B):
Interesting. What part of Germany are you from? I was born in Büdingen, near Frankfurt. Lived there till I was two. Came back to Germany in the early 80s when my dad was stationed at Wiesbaden. The final tour during the late 80s/early 90s was at Panzer Army base (now closed) in Boeblingen. It was right near Panzer Amry base and Stuttgart


I was BORN in Muenchen - Bavaria. But I'm usually quick to point out to all germans that I only lived there my first two months and that all of my ancestry is northgerman - the area known as Schlesvig-Holstein.
Thats because bavarians have a reputation for being conservative and rightwing wereas me and most of my german friends are... not.
My father was born in Frankfurt though - and my brother in Stuttgart . ::):


Schlesvig-Holstein huh? We'll get it back some day. Just you wait and see, Denmark will rise again, muahahahaha


I AM A teacher of history you know :poke: . Might as well call meself danish as german really. Noone seems to be able to decide which country Schlesvig-holstein really belongs to. Lets just donate them to poland. end of problem :rolleyes:
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Posted 25 September 2005 - 12:19 AM

Congratulations guys :), new gamer on the way

All the best!

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Posted 03 November 2005 - 07:51 AM

The large furry one with the badly-photoshopped eyes is mine. The tiny one is my niece. We have a series of pics in this same pose (Lila is 2 yrs old now), but have had to move out of Ella's favorite chair onto a couch so they can both fit.


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Posted 14 November 2005 - 08:27 PM

My kiddies (Megan in front, Baxter(the dog), Santa and Danny behind her) had their picture taken with Santa tonight - we do it early because we can get the dog in the pic and they donate the proceeds to the local animal shelter.
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Posted 15 January 2006 - 10:07 PM

Update! My daughter is cuter than ever!

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Posted 19 January 2006 - 09:40 AM

Wow, Polo. Your daughter is,...well... smoochable? She is a cutie. I have three boys who all are just like their daddy. I wish I was a good child but alas, My little monsters are my punishment for torturing my mother. (But I love every minute of it.)

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Posted 19 January 2006 - 09:52 AM

Good grief! How many stockings do ya'll have?

And how big is that fireplace? Gracious!
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Posted 19 January 2006 - 12:06 PM

C'mon, Ary. as a Texan you should know everything in Texas is bigger and better. Including stuff we don't use. (like fireplaces ::D: )
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