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  1. So did you get any? "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  2. Thanks. Kinda like getting hit with a bag of dicks, huh?? Damn you, that's almost as bad as AggieDave's Click Me link. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  3. My friend isn't sure if this is his way of hitting on her or if this is just a casual business thing, but would treat it like a casual business thing. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  4. Wow, not one vote to screw the guys brains out? What happened to the Bonfire? Where did this sense of morality come from. I don't like it. That being said, I showed my friend the thread, and she said to say: "Tell them that I would treat this situation like I was drinking with a friend and nothing more." IMO, I think it is possible to do this without being compromised, and I actually suggested the "bring a friend defense." More updates to follow. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  5. I have a friend who asked me for advice with regard to a situation she's trying to figure out how to handle. She has a client that she works with who's married and has asked her out for a beer after work tomorrow. In addition he's 10+ years older than she is. (She's in her early 20's). He's a client that is traveling to her office for a business orientation. They mainly interact over the phone or e-mail, but have rarely see each other face to face. I said the offer most likely is an attempt to hit on her. She agrees with me, but does not know how she wants to handle the situation because she's attracted to him. I'm throwing this out there for you DZ commers to comment and offer your advice. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  6. This may sound crazy, but I like being in the "Friend Zone". It makes life far less complicated. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  7. A small refrigerator for food and beer. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  8. Temptation Island. That show was like a car accident you saw on the highway. You could see the wreck coming but couldn't look away. It was the precursor to the current format to Real World. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  9. I see your Totchos, and I'll raise you Monkeyfries made personally by SkyMonkeyOne...I had them in 2003, I still remember the taste of them. I'd describe the ingredients,(but they're classified) and Chuck might hunt me down and kill me in a most objectionable manner. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
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    I hope he wasn't allowed to breed. This is almost as bad as the Verizon customer service "math" fiasco. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  11. Fixed that for you. Wuffos make great gofers.
  12. Wow, I always thought they were urban legends, like leprechans or skydivers who are virgins. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  13. I would recommend this. Delicious and bite size. Sautéed Maine diver scallops with braised veal cheeks, Tahitian vanilla, parsnip cream. Paired with this: Nebbiolo, Barbaresco, Produttori del Barbaresco, Piedmont, Italy, 2005 "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  14. QuoteI was on Ambien for a while. And once took 2. It could be possible, because I think I did some weird shit that night. Not sure exactly what, I just have these kinda...flashbacks... about that night.[/reply Come on, you have to elaborate now, spare no dirty details. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes
  15. My car is at 128K miles, and it's still running great, I do change the oil on a semi-consistent basis, and it needs a tune up, but no major work needed as of yet. The only problem seems to be that the car batteries end up getting fried in the AZ summer, you literally can cook an egg on the sidewalk, so not totally surprising. "Dancing Argentine Tango is like doing calculus with your feet." -9 toes