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5 minutes ago, Blueliner said:

Welcome back Troll👊

just checking in to see how everyone is doing...

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here....

 

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8 hours ago, Troll said:

just checking in to see how everyone is doing...

looks like..

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here....

 

Thought you had taken your leave of this particular realm of existence.

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1 hour ago, Sportsnut said:

Thought you had taken your leave of this particular realm of existence.

sabbaticals are nice....

some even find them refreshing at times.

Not to worry,  I won't be bombing the board for too long, just checking in for a bit. 

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3 hours ago, Troll said:

sabbaticals are nice....

some even find them refreshing at times.

Not to worry,  I won't be bombing the board for too long, just checking in for a bit. 

Nice to know you are still vertical.

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8 minutes ago, Sportsnut said:

Nice to know you are still vertical.

Chronic, Fatal, and Non-Curable……...but still vertical …🤔

Thanks for the thought 

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On 5/14/2019 at 12:20 PM, Sportsnut said:

5-24-2019 thehill

https://thehill.com/hilltv/what-americas-thinking/440464-dem-pollster-young-voters-are-able-to-relate-more-to-sanders

Dem pollster: Young voters are able to relate more to Sanders than baby boomer politicians

Now do you see the need for more than one source?

Both articles from the Hill.

This right here is where the election will go in the near future. You promise to pass strict laws on pollution that contribite to  Climate change, and then make college or vocational college free, and the young voters will have an effect on electing a President.

"Younger voters, whether you're [Generation Z] or millennial, they're concerned about climate change. They're concerned about student debt, and college, and paying for college,"

 

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8 minutes ago, Cat_Scratch said:

This right here is where the election will go in the near future. You promise to pass strict laws on pollution that contribite to  Climate change, and then make college or vocational college free, and the young voters will have an effect on electing a President.

"Younger voters, whether you're [Generation Z] or millennial, they're concerned about climate change. They're concerned about student debt, and college, and paying for college,"

 

Dont lump all millenials together with their socialist agenda. 

I for one am not worried about climate change at all. If you cant afford college dont go. College is the biggest scam that was pushed down everyone throats. 

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2 minutes ago, Cat_Scratch said:

This right here is where the election will go in the near future. You promise to pass strict laws on pollution that contribite to  Climate change, and then make college or vocational college free, and the young voters will have an effect on electing a President.

"Younger voters, whether you're [Generation Z] or millennial, they're concerned about climate change. They're concerned about student debt, and college, and paying for college,"

 

All true...

Only problem there is, they should be more worried about real pollution....

There are far more, and far deadlier poisons dumped in their world everyday than some fractional portion of a naturally occurring  trace gas .....

But they grew up watching Bill Nye set globes on fire while stuck in an F-bomb loop...

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2 hours ago, HSFBfan said:

Dont lump all millenials together with their socialist agenda. 

I for one am not worried about climate change at all. If you cant afford college dont go. College is the biggest scam that was pushed down everyone throats. 

College is important for better pay.

Climate change is going to happen like it or not. The big problem is that we make it happen a little sooner by about 50 or so years and maybe 10 or 20 degrees hotter, which is a lot.

2 hours ago, Troll said:

All true...

Only problem there is, they should be more worried about real pollution....

There are far more, and far deadlier poisons dumped in their world everyday than some fractional portion of a naturally occurring  trace gas .....

But they grew up watching Bill Nye set globes on fire while stuck in an F-bomb loop...

Real pollution I agree. Surf foundation plays hard with other countries on pollution of the ocean. We need more groups that work hard on indurtries overseas that dump toxic waste in rivers or bury it.

Little piles of pollution add up to big piles.

 

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4 minutes ago, Cat_Scratch said:

Real pollution I agree. Surf foundation plays hard with other countries on pollution of the ocean. We need more groups that work hard on indurtries overseas that dump toxic waste in rivers or bury it.

Little piles of pollution add up to big piles.

 

Knew you surfed, did not know you promote or support the Surf Foundation....WAY better than a CO2 tax 👍 lol.

BTW here's some pumping Jersey Juice for you...

 

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20 minutes ago, Cat_Scratch said:

College is important for better pay.

Climate change is going to happen like it or not. The big problem is that we make it happen a little sooner by about 50 or so years and maybe 10 or 20 degrees hotter, which is a lot.

Real pollution I agree. Surf foundation plays hard with other countries on pollution of the ocean. We need more groups that work hard on indurtries overseas that dump toxic waste in rivers or bury it.

Little piles of pollution add up to big piles.

 

U can go to trade school and make very good money.

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North East goes off... Big stuff, cold water... only the hard core surf Northern Waters Oct - March. I've see Hatteras over 30 feet but the biggest I've surfed is around 18 to 20 feet. That was big enough when I was younger, 18 to late 40's. The biggest I'll go out on now is maybe 10 to 12 faces unless it's somewhere like Escons CR where you paddle around the waves to get out.

 I'm to old!!!

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16 minutes ago, HSFBfan said:

U can go to trade school and make very good money.

My thought when my oldest was young was a state school like UCONN then take the money we saved and put it towards grad school....but he ended up at RIT for comp science/ artificial intelligence and should have several job offers awaiting him upon graduation...RIT makes you intern in your specialty for 2 separate semsters...major contact's in the industry...IF he needs grad school these companies will pay it :)

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30 minutes ago, Troll said:

Knew you surfed, did not know you promote or support the Surf Foundation....WAY better than a CO2 tax 👍 lol.

BTW here's some pumping Jersey Juice for you...

 

That last ride would have scored a 10 in any contest. 

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Just now, Cat_Scratch said:

North East goes off... Big stuff, cold water... only the hard core surf Northern Waters Oct - March. I've see Hatteras over 30 feet but the biggest I've surfed is around 18 to 20 feet. That was big enough when I was younger, 18 to late 40's. The biggest I'll go out on now is maybe 10 to 12 faces unless it's somewhere like Escons CR where you paddle around the waves to get out.

 I'm to old!!!

there's always tow-in .... 😉. They have these new things called jet ski's, lol

No matter the size, one of the best ways to stay young..🤙

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, I AM IRONMAN said:

My thought when my oldest was young was a state school like UCONN then take the money we saved and put it towards grad school....but he ended up at RIT for comp science/ artificial intelligence and should have several job offers awaiting him upon graduation...RIT makes you intern in your specialty for 2 separate semsters...major contact's in the industry...IF he needs grad school these companies will pay it :)

Wish they offered AI when I was in Computer Science. I programed but it was very old school stuff. Basic and Cobal. That should tell you how old I am.

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1 minute ago, Troll said:

there's always tow-in .... 😉. They have these new things called jet ski's, lol

No matter the size, one of the best ways to stay young..🤙

 

 

 

Yeah, not for me... I can't stay under for more than 1:30 when I could stay down for over 3 minutes before. I would drown... 👽

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Just now, Cat_Scratch said:

Wish they offered AI when I was in Computer Science. I programed but it was very old school stuff. Basic and Cobal. That should tell you how old I am.

Too old.... it's COBOL.....

Don't ask me how I know lol.

 

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5 minutes ago, Cat_Scratch said:

Wish they offered AI when I was in Computer Science. I programed but it was very old school stuff. Basic and Cobal. That should tell you how old I am.

He promised me he would not start Sky Net...lol

"Come with me if you want to live!"

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13 minutes ago, I AM IRONMAN said:

My thought when my oldest was young was a state school like UCONN then take the money we saved and put it towards grad school....but he ended up at RIT for comp science/ artificial intelligence and should have several job offers awaiting him upon graduation...RIT makes you intern in your specialty for 2 separate semsters...major contact's in the industry...IF he needs grad school these companies will pay it :)

RIT is a very good school. Technical school. Learn a lot of practical job applications

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