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Old 08-06-2005, 02:39 AM   #11
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how old is your daughter? I was wondering because I thought she was like 16 and old enough to get a job. I would recommend lifeguarding, you get a tan and dont do much.

My parents would have told me to get a checkbook and sent no money. You are a nice dad.
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how old is your daughter? I was wondering because I thought she was like 16 and old enough to get a job. I would recommend lifeguarding, you get a tan and dont do much.

My parents would have told me to get a checkbook and sent no money. You are a nice dad.
No lifeguards in this town. Living next to the ocean, no one drowns believe it or not.

No jobs besides fast food joints and she hates them.
Yes she is 17 and has already been in Army Cadets for two years now with her brother. They both have a passion for it. It must be because my wife and I have both been trying to discourage it.

She just called me tonight to say that she came 2nd in sharp shooting out of the whole camp. Gonna have to send her more money.....

Her brother is home tomorrow from Cadet camp. He will be traveling all night. They haven't let him sleep for the whole two weeks.
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You are an awsome dad. If I needed cash my dad would send it except when I got back there would be an empty spot in the driveway where my bonnie was and my dad would have new rims on his car
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The way I figure it, my kids are going to get everything I have when I die anyway, so might as well give to them while I'm still alive.

.....an old fart speaking.
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Hahaha i remember that conversation, we thought it was Laura...lol
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