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david: Not any more I'm not, my father's not keen on the idea whatsoever and has forbidden me from participating.

I am sorry to hear that rubrica. I took home economics when i was in school and I learned very valuable skills. I can knit but haven't done it since school. I also know how to cross stitch as well. Don't let people get you down, just because they make baseless assumptions about you. Just hold your head high because your fervor for school will pay off. You will probably end up being one of their bosses down the road and you can have your fun then :lol: . All within the guidelines though :D. But i do have to say knowing how to stitch is helpful because i have repaired many a favorite garment :D

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Indy. Colts.
Yes sir. It was nice to see Baltimore again...too bad their offensive line couldn't make it to the stadium. Must've gotten stuck in traffic again. (It's okay...the Colts defense was about 20 minutes late, too)
david: Not any more I'm not, my father's not keen on the idea whatsoever and has forbidden me from participating.
I'm sorry to hear that. Hopefully he'll see reason; if not, you can certainly find another way to express yourself.
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david: Not any more I'm not, my father's not keen on the idea whatsoever and has forbidden me from participating.
I'm sorry to hear that. Hopefully he'll see reason; if not, you can certainly find another way to express yourself.

Perhaps you could remind him that 400 years ago, knitting was a man's trade!

By the way—awesome tidings, to hear that there will be a Mrs. Atwell. I'm very glad for you, David. :)

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Sorry I'm a bit late:

david: Ha, thanks, but it's not a case of needing to express myself. :D

Boltbait: Just as Helio said; besides, I'm already in an annoying state of limerence over someone, I could do without complications.

Helio: A man's trade, really? :D Can't imagine that...

Nab: Any other reasons? :D

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I've managed to get through half of the ECDL course I'm doing, overall, quite simple stuff really but I now need to complete modules on Excel, Access, Internet Exploder :x /Outlook as well as this mysterious Module 8 although no one seems to know what it actually is.

As for knitting, I've always wondered just how you do it as the closest I ever got was sewing. Apparently, I was one of the good ones in Year 6 at sewing although in this day and age, Health and Safety laws would forbid the use of such sharp, pointy objects. :roll:

Lastly, I got 59% in a Physics test which is supposed to be the highest score in the class (or at least the second highest in the class). :wink:

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@ Nab: It's really good. i expected some sort of low budget sound, as its a 3 watt battery operated amp, but no, sound is amazing. only problem is the distortion, you have a gain button, and a tone knob to change it from warmer sounding 'clean' dist. to open 'rock' dist.

for $70AU, for it to have volume/tone knobs, distortion, a built in tuner, an AC adaptor and a headphone jack all in the amp, its really quite astounding. even better, its 10(h)x15(w)x8(d) cm so if i can fit a guitar in a space, i can take the amp along with me and play pretty much anywhere. loving it.

and its orange. (both brand and colour) what's not to love?

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