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Unread 23-10-2020, 11:17 PM
The taste of syphillis
 
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that's not necessarily something over which you have any control, though. you might as well regret not playing for united.

Hear what you say, but blind people become accomplished musicians and Neil Armstrong wasnít born to walk on the moon, it came from application

Iím a lazy bastard ...... but yes still better than Lingard
 
Unread 23-10-2020, 11:20 PM
armchair
 
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not taking education seriously at tweflty
 
Unread 24-10-2020, 10:47 AM
jem
 
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Hear what you say, but blind people become accomplished musicians and Neil Armstrong wasnít born to walk on the moon, it came from application

Iím a lazy bastard ...... but yes still better than Lingard
application is essential, but it is not enough. I've been playing the guitar for 40 years and I'm still shit. your comment about blind people has just made it worse. there's even a guy with no arms who plays better than me.
 
Unread 24-10-2020, 11:20 AM
tatty
 
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application is essential, but it is not enough. I've been playing the guitar for 40 years and I'm still shit. your comment about blind people has just made it worse. there's even a guy with no arms who plays better than me.
Armers?
 
Unread 24-10-2020, 11:42 AM
jem
 
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Armers?
was thinking more mark goffeney or tony melendez, but.... sure... I mean... have we ever actually seen armers's hands? definitely questions to be answered.
 
Unread 24-10-2020, 11:54 AM
est.1878
 
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I sleep well at night and the best is yet to come.
Not sure how old you are but anything above 20s is just diminishing returns imo, no matter what you get up to

Do it young or don't bother

People planning all their life for the perfect retirement usually have a heart attack soon as they stop work
 
Unread 24-10-2020, 12:07 PM
ryanMUFC
 
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Not sure how old you are but anything above 20s is just diminishing returns imo, no matter what you get up to

Do it young or don't bother

People planning all their life for the perfect retirement usually have a heart attack soon as they stop work
30 next year. If I could tell a younger me anything it would to be selfish and to not let birds/girlfriends get in the way.

Thereís nothing wrong with retiring early if youíre lucky enough to be in that position. Just make sure that youíre living a life worth living after.
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