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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Yep. I love dive bars. My friends don't understand why I choose to work in them but it feels more "real" to me. More honest. I don't know. I just have an affinity for the underdog and also the "working man"...it's like a really admirable thing to me. No frills. Honest work. Honest play.
    yeah, me too. i've always been very proud to call myself working class, it's a badge of honor for me. working class are good people.

    i used to be a fry cook at this place that was a diner by day and a bar by night. it really redefined "dive". we used to chain smoke cigars while we were cooking breakfast. and then since it was a bar by night we had alcohol on hand, so a lot of the regular guys would have us cook their eggs with whiskey.

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    lol...How good were those eggs? I'm curious to try that.

    Yeah. I'd almost say I was a reverse snob the way I hold those places and people in higher esteem than more acceptable places.

    Random quirky macabre tidbit: I work in a dive bar and the previous cook was a serial killer. He was convicted of one murder but apparently they think he did more. I asked how his personality was. From what people said he was very quiet and nice. He'd do anything for anybody. He had history of being violent to his girlfriends (but I guess not enough to raise red flags) and if there was a bar fight they always said he would handle business really calmly but he'd be scarily calm while he kicked their asses. He would say really strange things every once in a while about sexual things. I would have liked to meet him just to see if I got a bad vibe from him or not. You always hear about these kinds of people but just...wow. Crazy stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    I would have liked to meet him just to see if I got a bad vibe from him or not.
    Wow, that's totally creepy and sadistic of you to be interested in such a monster.























































    Post if you get any more info about what he was like.

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    Purely selfish reasons I assure you. Just curious to see if my internal gut feelings would pick up on that evilness.
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    I'm at work, at the gym, at the library, at the book store, at the park. Places like that.

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    Movie theater, sports bar, highway, park, sports stadium, amusement park/fair, restaurant.

    For younger ones, the mall. And a lot go to strip clubs or other bars - not me but others I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    lol...How good were those eggs? I'm curious to try that.

    Yeah. I'd almost say I was a reverse snob the way I hold those places and people in higher esteem than more acceptable places.

    Random quirky macabre tidbit: I work in a dive bar and the previous cook was a serial killer. He was convicted of one murder but apparently they think he did more. I asked how his personality was. From what people said he was very quiet and nice. He'd do anything for anybody. He had history of being violent to his girlfriends (but I guess not enough to raise red flags) and if there was a bar fight they always said he would handle business really calmly but he'd be scarily calm while he kicked their asses. He would say really strange things every once in a while about sexual things. I would have liked to meet him just to see if I got a bad vibe from him or not. You always hear about these kinds of people but just...wow. Crazy stuff.
    I'm with you on that! I'd love to just know if I could spot them! You ever watch Dexter*? I think serial killer psychology is absolutely fascinating! Uh, I know it's weird of me, but I can't help it! They go through some oppressive upbringing or experience one traumatic event or they're sexually dysfunctional...and BAM, they channel it by killing people. Wtf!

    *I honestly think most of the acting is TERRIBLE, but I like the concept and story. Dexter is decent, but his girlfriend, her kids...*BARF* Awful actors.

    Anyway, on to the original topic.
    I guess I'm an oddity. I spend a lot of time at home, altho if there's ANYTHING else going on with my friends, I'll probably do that. I need a bunch of restoration/winding down time tho. I like just catching up with the internet or watching whatever TV shows I'm into at the time (currently Seinfeld and Dexter). I like just doing nothing after a bunch of activity. It gives me time to process things. Most of my friends are a bunch of introverts so they don't do anything...which is why I'm almost always up for SOMEthing. However, weekend after weekend of stuff does wear on me and I enjoy the down time when people have other plans. Actually, when I know I won't have any free weekends, I kinda feel overwhelmed!
    And that's a tangent.

    So during the week I work and go home. During the warmer months I was riding my bike in the afternoons. Now I catch up on internet and TV time. On the weekends...I was going to the water park a bunch over the summer. I'd love to live closer to a coaster park 'cause I LOVE COASTERS! Adrenaline rush ftw! Closest one is about 50 minutes away and it's only open on the weekends now...'bout to close for the year on Halloween I don't play volleyball, but a bunch of my friends do and they have random tournaments on the weekends at a nice park, so I generally go out for the day/afternoon (depending on when I happen to wake up) and root for the teams

    There ya have it! I'm a pretty boring SP!
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