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    Smile Say Something POSITIVE!

    The only rule of this thread - say something POSITIVE! Tell us how you feel about your positiveness! Was it hard?

    If you post something non-positive, then I will combust 6 crates of C4 which have been conveniently disguised as Dog Chow inside a local veterinary clinic. One ounce of negativity and Sgt. Sprinkles here and his friends will be blown up into bite sized pieces, then further into atoms!



    Here's a puppy named Sgt. Sprinkles! He is here to help you think positively and amp you up for your bright, sun shiny post!

    I will start - Cab drivers are very nice, trust worthy people.

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    I didn't say it, but it has been hanging on my wall (wherever I have lived) for 30 years:

    "I have always been delighted at the prospect of a new day, a fresh try, one more start, with perhaps a bit of magic waiting somewhere behind the morning."

    - Joseph Priestley

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abstract Thinker View Post
    I didn't say it, but it has been hanging on my wall (wherever I have lived) for 30 years:

    "I have always been delighted at the prospect of a new day, a fresh try, one more start, with perhaps a bit of magic waiting somewhere behind the morning."

    - Joseph Priestley
    I appreciate this post. Who was Joseph Priestley?

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    I honestly don't know. I saw it in "The Reader's Digest" when I was just a boy and it has stayed with me all these years. I actually wrote it down on a piece of paper in 1980, hung it on my wall, and I've carried that same piece of paper around with me ever since.

    Joseph Priestley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...according to Wiki, a "natural philosopher." Nice.

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    Here's another one, from my own experience:

    In the end, it is better to be nice than to be right.

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    I appreciate genuinely nice people I dont know why they are so hard to come by these days, but you all rock!!!! <3

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    "At least it is flip flop weather" -- my wife just now while getting dressed to go to the emergency room for a suspected broken toe

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    These reside on my facebook page...

    Fortune Cookie Say: "The one good thing about repeating your mistakes is that you know when to cringe"

    SmarterChild: Dry your eyes. Life is sweet.
    Hang on traveling woman - Don't sacrifice your plan
    Cause it will come back to you - Before you lose it on the man


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    2011 TypeC Exercise Challenge - My Weekly Goals: Cardio 4x. Yoga/Pilates 1x. Pushups 70.

    There is this thing keeping everyone's lungs and lips locked - It is called fear and it's seeing a great renaissance

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    life is amazing!!
    everybody has the ability to really LOVE life. that is an awesome thing!

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    One of my personal mottoes: there is almost always something one can do. I get very impatient and frustrated with people who respond to a problem by saying, "there's nothing we can do about it". Usually it means they are not willing to make the effort to do what can be done, or to jettison unhelpful assumptions that are getting in the way of a solution. The opposite sentiment speaks to our ability to control our own future, to shape the world around us.

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