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Offline Zero2Cool  
#1 Posted : Monday, August 18, 2008 7:10:29 PM(UTC)
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I went to pick up Keiana from the sitter today and was driving back home. I started thinking. (this is probably why some say I have ADD) I get random, out of the blue thoughts. I was thinking, cheesey has lost more than some families have lost, yet he continues to do his best to make others laugh and smile.

I know many are quick to point out peoples faults in life. I've always tried to be someone who tries to find the positive. I just wanted to say that for anyone who has gone through difficult losses in their life, you are an inspiration to them, to us all. Thank you.

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Offline zombieslayer  
#2 Posted : Monday, August 18, 2008 8:49:01 PM(UTC)
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Fo shizzle.

I can't imagine losing either of my parents. All my siblings are alive. I have a living Grandmother, the one I was closest to.

Cheesey - You definitely went through more than I have and you still make us laugh. Hats off to Cheesey. :)
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Offline Cheesey  
#3 Posted : Tuesday, August 19, 2008 2:09:08 PM(UTC)
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Wow........i'm truely humbled by both of your comments. I really mean that. My Dad had a great sense of humor, and he taught me how to laugh, even at the worst times. I never got to meet his Mom, as she died 7 years before i was born. But my Mom told me that she would have LOVED me, as i have a warped semse of humor, which my Mom said my Grandma also had. My Mom told me how my Grandma, who was as i hear, quite well endowed in the "chest" area, would wait for my Dad to walk next to her, (my Dad was only 5'3" tall) and she would grab him and yank him into her chest face first and hold him there, saying "There's my baby!" She LOVED to laugh, and i think it got passed down from her, to my Dad, and then to me. Anytime I was in a bad mood, my Dad would do things just to make me laugh. I would fight it, but he ALWAYS won.
To me, one of the greatest things is to hear people laugh. It seems to help lighten people's loads, and makes it easier to face the challenges of life.
I have had people say "When are you gonna start acting your age?" and i tell them "If I ever do, PLEASE take me out back and kill me!" I may get older.....but i REFUSE to grow up!!!
Many times i have seen people just about ready to rip each other to shreads on the "site not to be mentioned here", and i would try to interject humor to difuse the situation. It doesn't always work, but sometimes it does.
I heard that someone from that site was "annoyed" by me and my humor. I wish i could have found out who it was, and why, but i never did find out.
I will always TRY to remain "Cheesey". It's not always easy, but in the end, i think it is whats best.
Thank you again for the uplifting thoughts!
Often times i don't think i make a difference, and Zero taking the time and effort to make this thread means ALOT to me!!!
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Offline Formo  
#4 Posted : Tuesday, August 19, 2008 7:18:21 PM(UTC)
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Wow........i'm truely humbled by both of your comments. I really mean that. My Dad had a great sense of humor, and he taught me how to laugh, even at the worst times. I never got to meet his Mom, as she died 7 years before i was born. But my Mom told me that she would have LOVED me, as i have a warped semse of humor, which my Mom said my Grandma also had. My Mom told me how my Grandma, who was as i hear, quite well endowed in the "chest" area, would wait for my Dad to walk next to her, (my Dad was only 5'3" tall) and she would grab him and yank him into her chest face first and hold him there, saying "There's my baby!" She LOVED to laugh, and i think it got passed down from her, to my Dad, and then to me. Anytime I was in a bad mood, my Dad would do things just to make me laugh. I would fight it, but he ALWAYS won.
To me, one of the greatest things is to hear people laugh. It seems to help lighten people's loads, and makes it easier to face the challenges of life.
I have had people say "When are you gonna start acting your age?" and i tell them "If I ever do, PLEASE take me out back and kill me!" I may get older.....but i REFUSE to grow up!!!
Many times i have seen people just about ready to rip each other to shreads on the "site not to be mentioned here", and i would try to interject humor to difuse the situation. It doesn't always work, but sometimes it does.
I heard that someone from that site was "annoyed" by me and my humor. I wish i could have found out who it was, and why, but i never did find out.
I will always TRY to remain "Cheesey". It's not always easy, but in the end, i think it is whats best.
Thank you again for the uplifting thoughts!
Often times i don't think i make a difference, and Zero taking the time and effort to make this thread means ALOT to me!!!


If ya'll knew Marrdro from PP.O, you'd understand this next statement..

Cheesey, my friend, you just plopped yourself to the top of my spreadsheet.

+1
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Offline Zero2Cool  
#5 Posted : Tuesday, August 19, 2008 7:45:28 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Wow........i'm truely humbled by both of your comments. I really mean that. My Dad had a great sense of humor, and he taught me how to laugh, even at the worst times. I never got to meet his Mom, as she died 7 years before i was born. But my Mom told me that she would have LOVED me, as i have a warped semse of humor, which my Mom said my Grandma also had. My Mom told me how my Grandma, who was as i hear, quite well endowed in the "chest" area, would wait for my Dad to walk next to her, (my Dad was only 5'3" tall) and she would grab him and yank him into her chest face first and hold him there, saying "There's my baby!" She LOVED to laugh, and i think it got passed down from her, to my Dad, and then to me. Anytime I was in a bad mood, my Dad would do things just to make me laugh. I would fight it, but he ALWAYS won.
To me, one of the greatest things is to hear people laugh. It seems to help lighten people's loads, and makes it easier to face the challenges of life.
I have had people say "When are you gonna start acting your age?" and i tell them "If I ever do, PLEASE take me out back and kill me!" I may get older.....but i REFUSE to grow up!!!
Many times i have seen people just about ready to rip each other to shreads on the "site not to be mentioned here", and i would try to interject humor to difuse the situation. It doesn't always work, but sometimes it does.
I heard that someone from that site was "annoyed" by me and my humor. I wish i could have found out who it was, and why, but i never did find out.
I will always TRY to remain "Cheesey". It's not always easy, but in the end, i think it is whats best.
Thank you again for the uplifting thoughts!
Often times i don't think i make a difference, and Zero taking the time and effort to make this thread means ALOT to me!!!


Anytime bud. I think we were raised somewhat similar in the respect my father always told me. No matter how bad you have it, someone has it worse and no matter how great you have it, someone has it better.


btw, Trippster said he doesn't want the DVD of the 2007 highlights, something about my highlights suck? I dunno, but he said to see if you wanted the crappy work I compiled. If you do, shoot me a PM with your address and I'll ship it out. Unfortunately its stuck on two DVD's. I couldn't find a dual layer DVD at wally fart.

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Offline Cheesey  
#6 Posted : Tuesday, August 19, 2008 11:27:41 PM(UTC)
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YES Zero! I want it!
(I already sent you a PM with my addy!!!)
THANK YOU!!!!
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#7 Posted : Tuesday, August 19, 2008 11:28:36 PM(UTC)
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Formo.....i don't know what a "spread sheet" is, but by the way you said it, i think it must be quite a compliment!
THANK YOU!!!!
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#8 Posted : Wednesday, August 20, 2008 12:10:44 AM(UTC)
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YES Zero! I want it!
(I already sent you a PM with my addy!!!)


If someone didnt read previous post, this would look kinky

Trom is sure to follow

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#9 Posted : Wednesday, August 20, 2008 2:25:32 AM(UTC)
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Ok you two, get a room! :icon_smile:
Offline josdin00  
#10 Posted : Wednesday, August 20, 2008 2:15:05 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post

If ya'll knew Marrdro from PP.O, you'd understand this next statement..

Cheesey, my friend, you just plopped yourself to the top of my spreadsheet.

+1


LOL. Nice.

Cheesey, someone else who has posted on both PPO and whatever forum you all happened to be posting on at the time read some of my puns and labeled me PPO's version of Cheesey.

I don't know your full story, but it sounds as though that was more of a compliment than I initially realized.

Oh, and do you know what's the shortest distance between two puns?
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#11 Posted : Wednesday, August 20, 2008 3:03:44 PM(UTC)
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I think we were raised somewhat similar in the respect my father always told me. No matter how bad you have it, someone has it worse and no matter how great you have it, someone has it better.



Your father is right. Wish other people would get this.
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Offline Zero2Cool  
#12 Posted : Wednesday, August 20, 2008 3:50:29 PM(UTC)
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I think we were raised somewhat similar in the respect my father always told me. No matter how bad you have it, someone has it worse and no matter how great you have it, someone has it better.



Your father is right. Wish other people would get this.

Yeah. Basically, just don't let the lows get you too low and don't let the highs get you too high.

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#13 Posted : Wednesday, August 20, 2008 3:55:30 PM(UTC)
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i'm trying my hardest to remember that right now! major problems with the ex - he just got a DUI, doesn't seem worried at all about it even though he drives a truck for a living. i'm trying my best to hold it together for the lil guys but try to explain that to two 5 year olds... :( :(

wow - talk about off topic!!

back to cheesey - i've admired him from the time i got to know him on a different site. i'm happy that i got to meet him & lj a few years ago. he's a terrific person who has definitely had challenges in his life.
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Offline Cheesey  
#14 Posted : Wednesday, August 20, 2008 4:05:59 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post

If ya'll knew Marrdro from PP.O, you'd understand this next statement..

Cheesey, my friend, you just plopped yourself to the top of my spreadsheet.

+1


LOL. Nice.

Cheesey, someone else who has posted on both PPO and whatever forum you all happened to be posting on at the time read some of my puns and labeled me PPO's version of Cheesey.

I don't know your full story, but it sounds as though that was more of a compliment than I initially realized.

Oh, and do you know what's the shortest distance between two puns?

Wow Josdin.....you must be the Purple Anti-Cheesey! I THINK they were trying to compliment you......at least i hope for your sake thats what it was!!! :thumbright:
Ok....i'll bite......what's the answer???
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#15 Posted : Wednesday, August 20, 2008 4:13:13 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
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I think we were raised somewhat similar in the respect my father always told me. No matter how bad you have it, someone has it worse and no matter how great you have it, someone has it better.



Your father is right. Wish other people would get this.

Yeah. Basically, just don't let the lows get you too low and don't let the highs get you too high.

Yup Zero!
It's a balancing act.......which at times can be REAL hard. Some days i feel so sick that i want to give up. But then i see someone that is worse off then me, and i remember to count my blessings. With the disease i have, no one can SEE that theres anything wrong with me. So if i try extra hard not to let it get me down, and i try to laugh and remain upbeat, they say "Geez, for a guy thats sick, you sure don't show it" and they think i'm faking. To me, whats the alternative? Should i bring everybody down, throw myself a daily "pity party"? The day of the Ozaukee Idol semi finals, i was sick in bed till 5pm, and i had to be at the show by 7pm. I almost cancelled. But i toughed it out, as i KNEW i would regret it if i didn't. After the finals were over, i told the main judge i was disabled, and told him what i had. He was shocked to hear it. But i told him i did NOT want them to know before hand, as i didn't want a "pity vote".
No matter how bad it is, someone has it worse.
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