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A man was riding his Harley along a California beach when suddenly the

sky cleared above his head and, in a booming voice, the Lord said, 'Because

you have tried to be faithful to me in all ways, I will grant you one

wish.'

 

The biker pulled over and said, 'Build a bridge to Hawaii so I can ride

over anytime I want.'

 

The Lord said, 'Your request is materialistic. Think of the enormous

challenges for that kind of undertaking; the supports required reaching

the bottom of the Pacific and the concrete and steel it would take! It

will nearly exhaust several natural resources. I can do it, but it is

hard for me to justify your desire for worldly things. Take a little

more time and think of something that could possibly help mankind.'

 

The biker thought about it for a long time. Finally, he said, 'Lord, I

wish that I and all men could understand women; I want to know how she

feels inside, what she's thinking when she gives me the silent

treatment, why she cries, what she means when she says nothing's wrong, why she snaps and complains when I try to help, and how I can make a woman truly happy.'

 

The Lord replied, 'You want two lanes or four lanes on that bridge?'

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Hehehehehehehe Oh Females. You can't live with em but you need the to do the do.

 

 

Have you been drinking?

 

A little bit, I'm getting better and better at beer pong by the weeks.

 

Are you serious? You're a little young for that.

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Are you serious? You're a little young for that.

 

 

I'm a Hispanic living in Weston all these kids do is drink and party.

I've only player 3 times truthfully and one time was with family and I've never played with anything hard just Miller Lite.

 

I don't know what being Hispanic has to do with it, but..

 

I'm not going to say that I didn't drink any beer when I was a teenager, but I will say this - be careful, man. At your age, you haven't been exposed to anything that is as habit forming as booze. You need to make sure you drink safely. Never drive after drinking, and don't ride with people who have, either. Call your folks if you need a ride and tell them the truth. They will be grateful you did so, instead of the alternative. I was raised by very strict parents and even they told me that if I've ever been drinking, CALL THEM for a ride instead of doing something stupid, and they won't give me a hard time.

 

Also, coming from a family with alcoholism issues, if you ever feel like drinking is becoming a habit, or something you have to do to have fun, stop, period. Regroup mentally, collect your thoughts, and give yourself an honest evaluation of what's going on in your life. If your family has ever had alcohol issues, tread very carefully.

 

I don't mean to lecture, but I have ten years on you, and I've seen too many things happen that could have been prevented. No matter what happens, just use your head.

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I don't know what being Hispanic has to do with it, but..

 

I'm not going to say that I didn't drink any beer when I was a teenager, but I will say this - be careful, man. At your age, you haven't been exposed to anything that is as habit forming as booze. You need to make sure you drink safely. Never drive after drinking, and don't ride with people who have, either. Call your folks if you need a ride and tell them the truth. They will be grateful you did so, instead of the alternative. I was raised by very strict parents and even they told me that if I've ever been drinking, CALL THEM for a ride instead of doing something stupid, and they won't give me a hard time.

 

Also, coming from a family with alcoholism issues, if you ever feel like drinking is becoming a habit, or something you have to do to have fun, stop, period. Regroup mentally, collect your thoughts, and give yourself an honest evaluation of what's going on in your life. If your family has ever had alcohol issues, tread very carefully.

 

I don't mean to lecture, but I have ten years on you, and I've seen too many things happen that could have been prevented. No matter what happens, just use your head.

 

 

Because it's a stereo type here in Weston that all Hispanics drink alot.

I barely drink and I really don't enjoy it either, I see no point to it as I have a bright future ahead of me in baseball and I don't need something stupid like alcohol to mess that up for me. Honestly I've only drank about 5 or 6 times and most of those times were a bottle or two with family at family parties. The one true time I got drunk with friends I knew there was no way we could handle driving or even riding bikes so I called my dad and he took us all home safely. He was glad I called him to and didn't even get mad about the drinking.

I appreciate for you looking out for me because my dad did infact have drinking issues when he was growing up and then after I was born he began drinking again but he's more controlled now.

 

I completely understand why you would lecture because you're more experienced then I am and drinking causes many problems that I don't want to have and I don't need to have.

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I don't know what being Hispanic has to do with it, but..

 

I'm not going to say that I didn't drink any beer when I was a teenager, but I will say this - be careful, man. At your age, you haven't been exposed to anything that is as habit forming as booze. You need to make sure you drink safely. Never drive after drinking, and don't ride with people who have, either. Call your folks if you need a ride and tell them the truth. They will be grateful you did so, instead of the alternative. I was raised by very strict parents and even they told me that if I've ever been drinking, CALL THEM for a ride instead of doing something stupid, and they won't give me a hard time.

 

Also, coming from a family with alcoholism issues, if you ever feel like drinking is becoming a habit, or something you have to do to have fun, stop, period. Regroup mentally, collect your thoughts, and give yourself an honest evaluation of what's going on in your life. If your family has ever had alcohol issues, tread very carefully.

 

I don't mean to lecture, but I have ten years on you, and I've seen too many things happen that could have been prevented. No matter what happens, just use your head.

 

 

Because it's a stereo type here in Weston that all Hispanics drink alot.

I barely drink and I really don't enjoy it either, I see no point to it as I have a bright future ahead of me in baseball and I don't need something stupid like alcohol to mess that up for me. Honestly I've only drank about 5 or 6 times and most of those times were a bottle or two with family at family parties. The one true time I got drunk with friends I knew there was no way we could handle driving or even riding bikes so I called my dad and he took us all home safely. He was glad I called him to and didn't even get mad about the drinking.

I appreciate for you looking out for me because my dad did infact have drinking issues when he was growing up and then after I was born he began drinking again but he's more controlled now.

 

I completely understand why you would lecture because you're more experienced then I am and drinking causes many problems that I don't want to have and I don't need to have.

 

Who cares about stereotypes? Be a self-made man.

 

Besides that, good post. Glad to hear that about your dad.

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Are you serious? You're a little young for that.

 

 

I'm a Hispanic living in Weston all these kids do is drink and party.

I've only player 3 times truthfully and one time was with family and I've never played with anything hard just Miller Lite.

 

I don't know what being Hispanic has to do with it, but..

 

I'm not going to say that I didn't drink any beer when I was a teenager, but I will say this - be careful, man. At your age, you haven't been exposed to anything that is as habit forming as booze. You need to make sure you drink safely. Never drive after drinking, and don't ride with people who have, either. Call your folks if you need a ride and tell them the truth. They will be grateful you did so, instead of the alternative. I was raised by very strict parents and even they told me that if I've ever been drinking, CALL THEM for a ride instead of doing something stupid, and they won't give me a hard time.

 

Also, coming from a family with alcoholism issues, if you ever feel like drinking is becoming a habit, or something you have to do to have fun, stop, period. Regroup mentally, collect your thoughts, and give yourself an honest evaluation of what's going on in your life. If your family has ever had alcohol issues, tread very carefully.

 

I don't mean to lecture, but I have ten years on you, and I've seen too many things happen that could have been prevented. No matter what happens, just use your head.

This is one of the best posts in MB history.

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Who cares about stereotypes? Be a self-made man.

 

Besides that, good post. Glad to hear that about your dad.

 

 

I know, and trust me if anything I'm one of a kind and not to sound arrogant but extremely strong minded so I'm pretty hard to be peer pressured, which I have been but I made the right choice.

And thank you.

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