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Resolutions that count.  

Daytimer09B 54M
463 posts
1/3/2020 6:13 am
Resolutions that count.


Every year the gym I go to gets packed out for about the first month and a half of the year and causes me to look elsewhere for exercise until I can get back in the gym and use the equipment I like without having to wait behind someone camping out on the devise. I think everyone has "Lose weight" as one of their new years resolutions, but what if we were to work on other things that not only improve ourselves but others around us?

This year I am going to ignore more and not add an intelligent comment to someone's post that is just plain stupid. Stupid people do not understand that facts are more "factual" than their feelings or opinions. A good example of this comes on sports boards where you hear all this smack talk from people who never even went to the school or played the game. They are just band wagon folks with low intelligence and boring lives. (Yeah, I know, that is my opinion about their lives. lol)

On this one particular sports board, different "goobers" (I'm trying to be nicer by not calling them something worse) from the other team keep posting to come join this certain link for smack talk. I have a better suggestion, how about I don't, and how about they focus on being a classy supporter of their chosen program and not spew total BS about their opponent. Is there not enough hate in this world already without injecting more?

My resolution is to ignore these "bozos" (see, I'm getting nicer) and enjoy the journey more. Even if that means putting down my phone and staying off of social media for longer stents of time.

What is your resolution for this year that will really count?

Daytimer09B 54M
901 posts
1/3/2020 6:15 am

For a resolution I would say have more sex, or better sex but I know that would just be an unfulfilled resolution and I am a "check it off the list" kind of guy.


fakesrevealed 47M/50F

1/3/2020 6:57 am

You think the sports people are bad, don't go to the political section... WOW! Always remember.... don't confuse them with the facts...LOL!

I make realistic goals.... Live in the year 2020.... Done! Live to see 2021.... If I fail, no one can tell me I didn't....

See its that easy.


Daytimer09B replies on 1/3/2020 7:22 am:
Yeah, I was not about to touch the political arena. Lots of uniformed people getting false news. I travel a bunch and even overseas so I see the truth and how things really are. Let's make 2020 great so it is not in hindsight only!!!

author51 59F  
130010 posts
1/4/2020 12:47 am

    Quoting Daytimer09B:
    For a resolution I would say have more sex, or better sex but I know that would just be an unfulfilled resolution and I am a "check it off the list" kind of guy.
I resolve not to go on that site you were talking about nor post any negative comments on any blog..If I do not agree with what they post, this year I resolve to just scroll on by......lol.. I need to lose 2-3 pounds and tighten up my tummy more than it is..I resolve to have more sex than this past year as well......lol


Daytimer09B replies on 1/6/2020 6:03 am:
It has been interesting this year when I look at my feed. I pull for a team that is good and deserving of being in a national championship game and I also have many friends from school who pull for a rival team that never goes anywhere. They post all kind of rediculous crap bashing my team because they can't beat them. Then there is all the political crap that some friends can't help but continually post. So for 2020, me and the "sleep on so in so button for 30 days" are becoming best friends.

Good luck with your tighting up, I am finding it harder and harder each year to lose those pesky around the waist pounds.

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