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Old 11-30-2010, 04:50 PM   #61
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(insert evil laugh) OK, unlimited songs, albums, etc., but only 3 artists. Easier?
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Old 11-30-2010, 04:55 PM   #62
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OK that is a bit easier. Phish and the Grateful Dead would be two of the 3 artists. The last is a bit harder. The first few that come to mind are The Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, Pink Floyd, but that is just off the top of my head real quick. As I think of it I am scratching Pink Floyd off the list. OK I have some thinking to do.
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Old 12-01-2010, 11:55 AM   #63
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GB, in just the short time I've known you, I think you're a wonderful family man. My question is this....what profession would you choose for your children and why. No fair saying "whatever they want to do"....the choice is yours.
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Old 12-01-2010, 12:09 PM   #64
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Thanks Cool questions Kayelle.

This one is actually pretty easy for me to answer. My daughter I would pick one of three things. Either a Veterinarian , a teacher, or an actor/singer.

She loves animals and is very smart. She knew more about ventricle and heart valves and the circulatory system then I did at my current age (her school really pushes them in a great way). She often says she wants to be a vet (among about 30 other professions).

When she graduated preschool they had a show they put on for the parents. As part of the show each child was given an award. My daughter got an award saying she will be a teacher in that school when she is old enough. She is always playing school and she is always the teacher. She loves showing people how to do things and helping them along.

She is always performing and putting on shows. She loves to sing and act and dance and be the center of attention. Here is the latest video. Hopefully this will work and you can see her in action. Login | Facebook

My son should be a mechanical engineer. He loves building things and seeing how things are put together. It is still too early to know if he has a head for math, but math skills run in the family so chances are he will do well in that area. Either that or he should be a comedian. We thought my daughter was funny until he came around. The kid is a riot!
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Old 12-01-2010, 12:28 PM   #65
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Wonderful and thoughtful answers, GB. Darn, I don't do Facebook so I can't see her. Bummer.

Second part of the first question..... Do you know what your parents thought you would be doing for a profession? Were they close, and if not, do you wish you had gone with their choice?
If you could magically have any another profession, what would it be?

woo hoo....I just noticed I passed the 1,000 posts, now I are a head chef. lol
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Old 12-01-2010, 12:31 PM   #66
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I am sure my parents would have loved for me to be a doctor or lawyer and I am quite happy I did not end up in either of those professions.

If I could have my pick of professions, well I still don't know what I want to be when I grow up. If money were no issue then I would probably want to be a photographer for National Geographic or something similar. Or maybe I would like to be a sailing instructor.
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Old 12-01-2010, 01:09 PM   #67
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My parents thought I should have been a Clinical Psychologist, because I've always loved trying to figure out what makes people tick. I'm glad I didn't do that, as I now know I would have never slept again with worry over patients.

I like your dream choices GB !!
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woo hoo....I just noticed I passed the 1,000 posts, now I are a head chef. lol
Does that mean you cook heads now, Kayelle? Head chef, get it

Sorry, GB, but it's her fault for saying head chef, I just couldn't help myself.
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Care for some headcheese??....

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