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 Author Thread: crystal meth
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 21 (view)
 
crystal meth
Posted: 10/29/2011 1:23:25 PM
Cheap thrill,
It's the Funerals that are expensive
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 9 (view)
 
visa to visit Australia
Posted: 10/29/2011 12:49:25 PM
Not too sure about visitors visa, but when it comes to permanency? I am now 20,000 poorer, living on a pension , an probably a million dollars richer in experience.

Can't even sponser on a pension. Now it's a case of pay yor own way or don't bother me.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 15 (view)
 
Iran the new Iraq - lets get 'em
Posted: 2/18/2010 12:57:30 AM
I suppose any decision to invade yet another sovereign nation would have to be weighed against how much oil they have.

Whether or not the west agrees or disagrees with what another country does I do not believe that they have the right to impose themselves and their ideas on another nation.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
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What is your take on Mental Health?
Posted: 2/15/2010 8:16:38 PM
I went through a period of diagnosed depression during separation. Thinking back, I wonder whether what I was suffering was actualy grief, and should have been treated differently.

There are times in every persons life wheen the mind becomes unable to cope with reality, resulting in withdrawal from the real world into a world of make believe. So we sleep because in doing so, we do not have face things.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
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Gamers?
Posted: 2/15/2010 8:00:24 PM
Not sure about addiction, but I do tend to spend a lot of time playing WOW.

Hmmm...4 years playing? Maybe I am addicted.

On the other hand, I notice that while I'm playing, I don't light up a smoke. Also, as my kids (spread all over the country) also play, it's a great way to stay in contact with them.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 48 (view)
 
LOVE BEFORE SEX
Posted: 2/15/2010 7:48:03 PM
I tend to agree.

I have to know and love someone before I would break my 4 years of celibacy, and that would include "marriage first, sex after".

Besides, I believe that sex ruins good friendships.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 19 (view)
 
If You Were PM What Would You Change
Posted: 1/16/2010 8:14:21 PM
I would not make a good PM.
I suppose that apart from the obvious, I would ban all private vehicles from city centres, like 5 ks from the city. Taxis, buses and Motor cyles excluded, with free parking. Imagine, no more peak hour traffic jams, idiots on the mobile, or secretaries adjusting make up at 100kph.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
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I Spy with my hired PI, someone doing .....what exactly ???
Posted: 1/16/2010 7:59:36 PM
Ahhh...The memories.

I used to do this sort of thing for a living. Everything from cheating partners, credit skips and Counter company espionage, like as working as an employee finding who was doing whatever, from theft of stock to theft of information.

Wasn't all that exciting, except for the divorce and custody raids which carried a bit of risk.
Although the funniest thing that happened was me was being chased along Parramatta road by a drunk, in only his underwear, tring to load a shotgun with a .22 bullet which kept falling out the end of the barrel, at 4pm. I wasn't scared he'd shoot me, figured that if he got close enough he'd either use it as a club, throw the bullet at me, or just throw up.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 6 (view)
 
Religion and Politics
Posted: 1/16/2010 7:42:05 PM
It's all just Politics.

If a would be politicion was reliant on the Cannibal vote to get in? I reckon he would declare him/herself to be a Cannibal.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 2 (view)
 
Hunting and killing, the psycological effect
Posted: 1/16/2010 7:37:55 PM
I reckon the Hunter/Gatherer can now be found on the plethora of online dating sites.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 16 (view)
 
Conondale Bike Ralley
Posted: 1/16/2010 7:34:14 PM
Just one question...How do I get there?
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 2 (view)
 
Child Support
Posted: 1/16/2010 7:30:45 PM
Child Support?

Having received the total sum of $145 in three years, I figure it's just a waste of time.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 24 (view)
 
What Australian men can learn from the Tiger Woods fiasco
Posted: 1/2/2010 10:21:26 AM
It seems that a couple of his "Indescretions?" were porn actors. Hmmm...I wonder if they did the phony moaning for him?

Ok seriously folks, TW is a married man, the women knew he was a married man. So to my mind, what they are is quite irrelevent, its their price that is the question.
 huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 7 (view)
 
Global warming?......... Yes please!
Posted: 1/2/2010 10:11:03 AM
Historicaly speaking, over the last million years the earth has gone through global warming many times, around every 10,000 years.

Of course there is a down side, Global warming seems to be followed by Global Freezing. From what the scientist tell us, around 200 years between cycles.

What I have trouble grasping is the the idea that one country can make a difference by reducing emmisions, while the rest of the world does its own thing.
The way I figure it, once the warming has started, it cannot be stopped, and if the oceans rise? Hey does that mean my house will get ocean views?
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 17 (view)
 
people going missing?
Posted: 9/16/2009 5:21:38 PM
In an age where technology has reached a stage where mobile phones, distress beacons and etc are readily available, to become permanently lost and, or, incapacited within the Australian outback should be almost impossible.

In a recent incident on the Glasshouse Mountains, the victim used his mobile phone to help with his extraction, the only hinderance being the weather.
Maybe people, especially international tourist, should be made aware of the inherant dangers and be advised of available safety measures they need to take before going on their "Adventure".

I think most Australians do not realise that despite the fact that we live in the 21st century, there is much that has not been fully explored yet, and probably won't be until a developer wants to build a suburb.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 10 (view)
 
Funny One-Liners, Bumper Stickers, etc etc
Posted: 9/16/2009 5:05:34 PM
Once saw a bumper sticker on the back of a mini bus full of kids.

Help!! Daddy farted and we're trapped.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
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GPS
Posted: 9/4/2009 8:28:41 PM
Never used one, but with my sense of direction I'd probably still get lost. On the bright side, getting lost tends to turn my trips into mini adventures, never know where I'll end up.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 12 (view)
 
are you ready to be in love again?
Posted: 9/4/2009 8:24:15 PM
For myself? ...The answer is yes, albeit that although I may love, finding one who will love one back? Now there is the problem. Many people are just too shy and reserved to make that initial connection. Some of us are just too fearful of rejection. I am not sure whether I am of the former, or the later. Maybe both

We seem to be living in an era where "Temorary Relationships" are the norm. Considering what some people have been through I can understand this. All to often I have come across people who, due to the past, enter relationships with the belief that "It's not going to last, so why bother".

Yes, they may be in love with someone, they just cannot accept that he/she is in love with them. Maybe expectations are out of the ballpark? I feel that where one expects too much, one ends up with nothing.

Personaly, were I to meet the right one? Then I am ready. If I don't find the right one? I'll just go on another long ride
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 19 (view)
 
Why Dont men like going out socialising?
Posted: 7/5/2009 11:03:23 PM
Socialising? Tried it once, went to PWP. It was like jumping into a pool of starving sharks. I was the only male and seemed to become the object of every agro greivance concerning their ex partners, or, because of my background, which I was silly enough to mention, found myself being a cousellor and advisor on family law.

I do get the feeling that organised "Social gatherings" from a dating site may seem similar to a cattle show, checking for potential?
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 86 (view)
 
Whats the Issue With Men in Australia ..
Posted: 7/5/2009 10:47:06 PM
I sometimes get the feeling that people tend to say they want something, but when it seems to be getting serious, there is an allergic reaction to the concept of commitment.

I just had a picture in my mind of a scene from Monty Python's Holy Grail, when the knights see the dragon, then shout "Run Away, Run Away"
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 17 (view)
 
why is different scarey.... wheelchairs are not that scarey
Posted: 5/24/2009 8:50:26 PM
Spent about a year in one of those things, (had a fight with a semi, the semi won).

It was a most frustrating experience, especialy when one has been up and down on a lift because one cannot reach the button, (car antenae are good for that). Or the condescending B%@#s that would shout at me. It was like, " My ears are fine, it's the undercarriage that's stuffed".

Yea, I was seen as either invisible or stupid.

Doc reckons I'll be back in one, told him that unless it has an 80 cube Donk, he can forget it.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 115 (view)
 
would u do it and be in relationship with someone not aussie
Posted: 5/24/2009 8:35:11 PM
Seriously folks, If someone from overseas wished to be with me?
They would have to show they were serious and pay their own way.

It's amazing how quickly they dissapear when I tell them this.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 114 (view)
 
would u do it and be in relationship with someone not aussie
Posted: 5/24/2009 8:31:25 PM
Ah Dunno, Ah spika da good Ingerish.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 57 (view)
 
virginity.. when where who review
Posted: 5/14/2009 8:05:33 PM
Hmmm...16 in the foyer of the Morman Church in Sydney.

I still think about her. last I heard she'd had 5 kids to 4 different fathers .
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 9 (view)
 
IMEEM problems.
Posted: 5/14/2009 7:48:35 PM
Curious, How does one put music on ones profile?
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 36 (view)
 
Would you like to experience the other side.
Posted: 5/14/2009 7:40:25 PM
After 35 years of raising kids, (mostly on my own), housework, cooking cleaning etc, I am happy to say that I glad I am not a woman.

Don't reckon I could handle the biological side on top of all the rest.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 166 (view)
 
How do you really feel about getting old?
Posted: 5/14/2009 7:35:32 PM
My Dad lived until he was 91.

He fathered a child at 82.

had 12 kids to several women.

That's what probably killed him.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 30 (view)
 
New Music ...., as in something really different !
Posted: 5/14/2009 7:29:48 PM
Hmmm...Infected Mushrooms?

I think I had some of them in the 70s or was it the 80s.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 30 (view)
 
The funny side of things
Posted: 5/10/2009 10:30:38 PM
Not sure if this could be called funny but a mate recently spent weeks, and a small fortune, doing up an old Triumph Bike. He finaly finished the project, got it running ok and decided to take it for a test run.
Came back 20 minutes later, on foot. Seems that he did everything right except for one thing, he forgot to adjust the brakes, (front and back). He came to an intersection, aplied the brakes, but continued through until he hit the median strip halfway across.

He is now rebuilding it again.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 163 (view)
 
How do you really feel about getting old?
Posted: 5/10/2009 10:14:32 PM
Old? What is Old?

I figure that if one just hangs around people who feel old, the feeling can become contagious.

Most of my circle are substantialy younger than me in years, but we share the same ideas and interests ie; World of warcraft, Bikes, Music and many other things.

The day I find myself dressed in long shorts, long white socks, hawian shirt and sneakers, sitting in a Bowls club with my belly hanging down to my knees, that's the day I will just blow my brains out, because I will already be brain dead anyway.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 19 (view)
 
New Music ...., as in something really different !
Posted: 5/10/2009 9:59:56 PM
New? Not sure what one would call new music. Everything seems to be just a variation on a prior theme

What's new to me is Nightwish and Opeth.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 35 (view)
 
bikie gangs in aust
Posted: 3/23/2009 3:23:24 AM
With reference to the most recent episode of so called "Bikie" violence, I am led to believe that the people involved are not really Bikers.
The club in question is referred to as being bikies because of their involvement in certain traditional outlaw Biker crimminal activities. To be precise the manufacture and distribution of certain substances.
This club does not ride, it is ethnicaly based and has a fondness for high powered cars. The base for their activities is believed to be in the Granville area of Sydney.

As to whether they have any involvement in the recent "Drive Bys" I don't think anyone but those involved know the truth.

I have, in the past, been somewhat associated with a number of clubs, mainly as the ex vice pres and treasurer of a "Feeder" club called Bikers LTD, (no longer exists because I liquidated it). Also a family member is an ex pres of HA Australia.

I have found that the majority are ok, however as with any loose knit organisation, there are always those who tend toward the crimminal scene.
It is interesting to note that South Australia has enacted legislation making it unlawful to be a member of certain Bike clubs, or to associate with such. This will do nothing to stop them, members will simply not wear their colours in that state. Once across the border? patches will still be worn.
The current estimation of membership of 1% clubs has been set at around 10,000 Australia wide, with around a further 20,000 none riding associates. These figures were provided by the NSW Police on television tonight.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 65 (view)
 
False Teeth, Fake Breasts. What's the Difference?
Posted: 3/22/2009 7:54:23 PM
Wasn't sure how to answer this so decided to just put one of my works on here.

High Expectations
******************************


Every day you can find them there
Their hands on mouse and keyboard
They search the web, every which where.
Scrutinizing the photo horde.

People are there from every nation
The long the short, the large and thin
Every one with high expectations.
Check them out as to where they’ve been.

How much money is in the Bank?
Does he have a decent job?
Does he bath or does he stink
Is he fit or just a slob?

Check his mouth, does he have teeth
Is he handsome, is he sweet
Athletic, moves with stealth
Does his breath smell like his feet?

The meeting places on the web,
Are full of lonely desperate people
The rich the poor and just the pleb
Dreams of White, under the Steeple.

Sometimes dreams and fantasy
Turn the brain from common sense.
So busy looking they cannot see.
The one who loves them over the fence.

He’s kind and loving, a perfect friend
Works real hard, he’s got two jobs
For those he cares, he’ll backward bend.
He does not drink, no football slob.

But he does not, have everything,
That they have set up as their goal.
Won’t settle for less than what they think.
He’s got no teeth so he’s got no soul.

Robin. A. Spicer

© 12/26/2003
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 12 (view)
 
POF Soon To Introduce Fees...
Posted: 3/22/2009 7:33:25 PM
I have paid good money on other sites only to find that I have wasted my dough. At least on this site there is unrestricted access to everything.

Most other sites send so called "Matches" that turn out to be just bait to get one to spend more money, or alternatively, the contacts made turn out to Visa Seekers from eastern european countries.
As for "Players", there are just as many female players as there are male.
My profile says that I am serious, but on the other hand, how can one make an assessment based on a photograph? And yes, I have come across situations where the reality of a pic is far from the truth of the actual subject.

So, paying a fee to show whether or not someone is "Serious?" will not, in my mind , change the current scenario. However I can understand the situation with the sites owners, running this thing has to be a very expensive excercise, something I have always wondered about.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 21 (view)
 
Extreme Revenge
Posted: 3/16/2009 9:45:55 PM
Not sure if one would call this revenge, but as my now ex was leaving, to move in with her new "Friend", I called out to her, she came over probably expecting some kind of anger from me, I looked her in the eye and said "I forgive you".

Kind of left her speechless. I figure that was the best revenge, taking away all her expectations of how she imagined a husband should act under those circumstances.

Don't get mad, get even.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 3 (view)
 
What's your favorite
Posted: 2/6/2009 6:32:10 PM
Ahhh..Comfort food. My favourite is a combination of many things.

Take 2 bananas

2 small tubbs of Yoghurt

3 scoops of Ice cream

A liberal ammount of Honey

500 Mls Milk.

Place in blender, switch it on and imagine it's the ex.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 39 (view)
 
I found her beloved on another dating site, by accident and in the same pics
Posted: 2/1/2009 8:17:23 PM
That's why I'm so cynical about Internet romance. I have three proposals from three different names, all the same pic, and from different places.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 14 (view)
 
what do people think about international romance?
Posted: 2/1/2009 8:11:31 PM
Almost did it once, then found out the requirements of the Immigration Act. Once I told her, she dissapeared. I figure, just another Visa Seeker.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 115 (view)
 
How do you really feel about getting old?
Posted: 2/1/2009 8:06:21 PM
At 62 I'm only halfway there, so I'm not to sure.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 39 (view)
 
Next SEQ Motorcycle Skills Development Day 17-01-09
Posted: 1/5/2009 1:19:13 AM
If I'm back from Sydney by then I'd like to turn up. Of course it all depends on weather, (don't like getting wet), and whether I surive the ride painwise. I have learned one thing about cruisers, the seats are not made for long distance comfort. I have even considered strapping a cushion to the seat.

Anyway I might learn something, only been riding for 48 years, and I still mess up at times.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 16 (view)
 
JUST A BIKER (but you didn't see me)
Posted: 11/23/2008 6:44:17 PM
Hmmm...After many years of riding, six months in a chair, breaking virtualy every bone in my body, I'm still riding.

The 19 year old, licenced that day, Daddy bought him the car, when asked why he ran me down? His reply to Police? "I just don't like Bikers".
His penalty? A fine of $80 and 0ne month suspension.
My penalty? A brand new Harly, a lifetime of pain and a fear of teens in cars.

The 40 year old driver who told the Police, "I did not see him, I saw the tractor behind him."

The Mother who told the Police, " I was distracted by the kids." It was 3pm in the afternoon on a school day.

As for the others, they were my fault. I mean those things happen during a race, but at least we were all going in the same direction.

Sometimes it seems that people are trying to commit murder or suicide over their six foot of road space. As for cutting through traffic, I get the feeling that many cage drivers are just jealous because they have to wait in line while we don't.

My Bike may not be the biggest, but it is one of the loudest. The way I figure it, they may say they didn't see me but can't say they didn't hear me coming.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 57 (view)
 
Is it RITE to Execute the Bali Bombers ?
Posted: 11/16/2008 7:19:10 PM
The Bali Bombers, Samudra and his acomplices, were convicted under Shah'ria law.

Apart from the fact that all three had stated that they would do it again, as Muslims they were in disobedience of their own Religion.

The Qur'an states that it is not permitted to kill an innocent, regardless of race, religion or gender. Force is only permitted where the other person, or country, has specificaly declared war against Islam as a whole. This does not include war against a specific country for political reasons. It is also not permitted to kill another Muslim without cause, and many Muslims were also killed.

The Prophet, sallalhu Allehi wa salaam, stated that it is not permissable to kill or harm a Woman.

In this case execution was the only option available, both under Sha'riah law and the Laws of Indonesia.

People may not agree with the way some cultures act, but I do not believe that anyone has the right to interfere.
As a Muslim, I agree with the sentence.
The deaths of these three may not really compensate for the senseless slaughter that took place, but it does ensure that they will not repeat the act elsewhere. They are not Martyrs, they are crimminals and should be treated as such. The only Martyrs in this whole sorry episode were their victims, their families and friends.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 26 (view)
 
Marriage 2nd time around?
Posted: 11/16/2008 6:43:35 PM

Have a trolley called Derek, a lawnmower called Start


And I have a Yamaha called Thumper, a car called by several names, depending on whether it starts first go, and a teenage daughter who is called whenever I don't know where she is. But that also depends on whether she has her phone turned on.:
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 25 (view)
 
Marriage 2nd time around?
Posted: 11/16/2008 6:34:53 PM
Hmmm...Not too sure about that one.

Been married twice. The first for 27 years. It was a good marriage, until the church interfered, she chose them. We still talk and she is a nice lady.

Second venture into the hazardous world of matrimony? Married 14 years, she left me and the kids for a 24 year old. But that's okay, It was what she needed at the time. No bitterness, forgave them both.

So, would I do it again? Right on baby!!!

Of course she would have to have the following attributes:

Young enough to be sexualy attractive to me.
Old enough to know the difference, and light enough for me pick up if she fell over.

Hey I can dream can't I?
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 83 (view)
 
How much would you do it for?
Posted: 10/12/2008 7:48:04 PM
I once did a strip for a dare and 50 bucks. Does that count?

Unfortunately....no happy ending
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 82 (view)
 
How much would you do it for?
Posted: 10/12/2008 7:43:12 PM
A certain gentleman in Saudi Arabia has four wives, every two years he replaces them at a dowry price of two milion each.

Mind you he is 83 years old.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 15 (view)
 
How many loves do you get???
Posted: 10/12/2008 7:31:13 PM
Hmmm...Interesting subject.

I think I had two, (not together lol). First one left after 27 years because I didn't agree with her religion, but that's cool.

The second traded me in, 2 1/2 years ago, for a younger model after 14 years of marriage. Probably my fault for building that computer. But that's ok, I'm over it. Now there's just me and my teenage daughter.

Actually nothings changed, I still do all the cooking, washing and etc.

Maybe the "Great Love of my Life?" is yet to come, but at my age, I'm not holding my breath.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 24 (view)
 
chopper read
Posted: 10/6/2008 9:17:21 PM
Oh my which prison did you meet him in???....


Nah nothing like that, I was on holiday in Melbourne, with a friend, who introduced as Mark.

The only prisons I've been in are Malabar, Golbourn, and Grafton. But that was as a Senior Correctiions Officer with the Special ops division.

As for the other mongrels I mentioned, apart from Flannery, they used to come to my Coffee Lounge in Kings Cross during the 60's. It was very hard not to notice or overhear what was what.

As for the term "Ex Crim" I don't believe there is such a thing. My experience in Corrections and as a Justice on the Bench, most of what I saw were recidivists.
Chopper may well apear to be "Rehabilitated", but I wonder, without the publicity, the money from apearances, interviews and his book, how long would it have taken him before he started to look for a prospective low security bank?

The "Poor little boy had a bad childhood" excuse, in mitigation for crime, does not sway me one bit. It is very rare that the accused does not know the difference between right and wrong, they made the choice to do the wrong thing. As the saying goes, "If you can't do the time, don't do the crime."
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 27 (view)
 
Are some of us destined not to meet the one ????
Posted: 10/6/2008 12:12:05 AM
I thought I'd met "The One", twice. Turned out to be something like Russian Roulette, without bullets.
 Huntingwulf
Joined: 12/25/2006
Msg: 18 (view)
 
FIRST DATE HORRORS???
Posted: 10/6/2008 12:05:56 AM
My worst was when she threw up in my spare skidlid, even worse, she was wearing it at the time, the excess went down my neck.
 
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