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  • Proffet
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    Originally posted by pathfinder3081 View Post
    FAR OUT! Welcome from the North Carloina Proffet. This is solid Forum, Good Info and even better people. Welcome again and enjoy.
    PF
    Thank you pathfinder3081. so far i'm finding out that it is a good forum with lots of nice and intelligent people.

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  • pathfinder3081
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    FAR OUT! Welcome from the North Carloina Proffet. This is solid Forum, Good Info and even better people. Welcome again and enjoy.
    PF

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  • Proffet
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    Originally posted by GamerGal View Post
    Thief! You stole this avatar and name from a member on AO! Thief!
    Correction, I actually have the artist's written permission to use the avatar! Unlike your friend on AO.

    Have a good day.

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  • methusaleh
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    Originally posted by rsanders View Post
    Who is a thief ?:confused: You accuse someone of stealing a avatar , but don't say who.
    Exactly what I was wondering (scratches head).

    Not that we need this kind of bickering on here, but...

    If that comment is directed toward me, I use the same username on a few forums. You never know when it's me you are talking to. Been using that same name since I first got the internet circa 1993, but by now I am sure it's been copied.

    As for my avatar, that's Blackbeard's flag, the Queen Ann's Revenge. Certain individuals in this world will know exactly what it means in context...."those who know will understand."

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  • rsanders
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    Originally posted by GamerGal View Post
    Thief! You stole this avatar and name from a member on AO! Thief!
    Who is a thief ?:confused: You accuse someone of stealing a avatar , but don't say who.

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  • GamerGal
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    Thief! You stole this avatar and name from a member on AO! Thief!

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  • methusaleh
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    Sounds good; even in current society we seem to always be short of nursing staff. The training you would receive while working toward becoming an RN would be priceless in a time of need.

    I noticed you work in a convenience store, and there is nothing wrong with that, however perhaps you could find another part-time job that could provide you with more skills and knowledge that could help you. Working in a pharmacy could be right up your alley, not the retail side but behind the counter with the pharmacist packing prescriptions and learning about dosage, drug interactions, etc. Or perhaps working at an agricultural center or small farm. Seize the chances to learn whenever possible, for when TSHTF, knowledge will be one of the most valuable commodities. The more skills you can bring to the table, the better, and may even make the difference of you being accepted into a community or not.

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  • Proffet
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    Originally posted by methusaleh View Post
    As others have said...welcome to XC, and it is refreshing to see a young person taking an interest in world events and things to come.

    Any chance your education is in pursuit of a trade or skillset that will be valuable when TSHTF? You may want to think about that, or at least incorporate some useful classes into your schedule.
    Thank you methusaleh.

    I was actually thinking about being a doctor in pediatrics but after finally getting out of school, i changed my mind and im taking a lot more baby steps and getting my CNA license first and then my RN license. After that? who knows?

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  • methusaleh
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    As others have said...welcome to XC, and it is refreshing to see a young person taking an interest in world events and things to come.

    Any chance your education is in pursuit of a trade or skillset that will be valuable when TSHTF? You may want to think about that, or at least incorporate some useful classes into your schedule.

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  • Proffet
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    Originally posted by lady_banjo View Post
    Welcome Proffet from Michigan. There is much to be learned here from everyone. You'll be glad you found us! Looking forward to your input too.
    Thanks lady_banjo. It's like an endless amount of reading here and instead of learning only one thing new everyday, i'm learning a lot more things. We go to different Indian pow-wows and things too and there's just so many ideas of different ways of life that even the internet can't really show the details.

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  • lady_banjo
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    Welcome Proffet from Michigan. There is much to be learned here from everyone. You'll be glad you found us! Looking forward to your input too.

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  • Proffet
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    Originally posted by rsanders View Post
    Welcome from the Blue Grass State! It's good to meet a young person with their head on straight!
    Thank you rsanders.

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  • rsanders
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    Welcome from the Blue Grass State! It's good to meet a young person with their head on straight!

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  • Proffet
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    Originally posted by prkchp76 View Post
    howdy hope ya enjoy read every thing you can just to get you started read the book the road very eye opening
    Thank you prkchp. I'll look for that book on amazon. So far there's like a lot of info on these forums but the ones that mostly have to do with guns and ammo, i don't really pay too much attention to because i mostly shoot my guns and i wouldn't want to be knocked on my rear end from shooting something more powerful then my legs when i pull the trigger (or i should say, squeeze the trigger)

    Theres always so much more to learn about too so i've been busy. I'm not just now figuring out that there's a lot wrong right now either, i have known it for 3 years and heard about stuff before that.

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  • prkchp76
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    howdy hope ya enjoy read every thing you can just to get you started read the book the road very eye opening

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