Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by Celerity, Dec 22, 2013.
There is a little Cel !
Yeah, I'm having a kid.
Time to unretire.
Should have pulled out.
Congrats. Are you going to teach him/her to have tolerance for all races and religions?
Congrats to you, man.
yes, prophecy depends to who believe their are lots of events that somebody say that they know already before that happened, but it depends to those who believe, if you believe that guy is a prophet so be it.
No obamacare. Just fines.
I had already planned to work my first 6 month contract of 2014 as a "3 workday week" without limits to daily worked hours. What I've been doing is coming to town (2.5 hour commute), working from 6 till midnight. I do more work from home.
This will continue until I get my hire to take over the bullshit, then it's work from home at same pay.
The other thing about a start-up is working for equity. My 2013 contract had me contributing 100% of my pay to equity - so I made no money. January 1st I start to put money in my pocket.
And I'm saying "Wat?" to all of these posts.
congrats man....I think?
Congrats Steve! That's awesome!
congrats man, good luck
Having a kid is a serious mindfuck. Good luck bro, don't expect to hold onto any of your old ways of thinking, they become less and less relevant as the kid grows.
No they dont. They become more exaggerated as you preech them to someone who has no fucking clue what your saying.
BTW, congrats. Parenthood is a pretty cool experience that get better everyday.
just bc they get more exaggerated doesnt mean that they are not less relevant.
typically the more exaggerated they get, means they are less relevant. exaggeration is most peoples attempt at keeping the interest up, making it even less relevant than before.
Thanks all. But I'm confused.
Next, the names. I'm trying to get her to agree to "Celerity".
Celerity as a middle name!
Soooo you want the kid to get beat up in school?
The relevance of a train of thought is irrelevant when dealing with small children.
Separate names with a comma.