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  1. Congratulations. Hope you and the baby are doing well.
  2. C'mon Kintaro don't stop now. This is the only thread on SJ currently active that would be good on the Jerry Springer show (since the divorce thread broke down). Can't you fire something back at spud about him being the saviour of world banking as we know it. (Get in a good sarcastic jab) One thing I don't get is the link between Guam and Polynesia.
  3. Spuddy: I'm replyng to the topic of the tread. As most people here know, I'm happily married (going on 12 years, with 4 kids to boot), so I don't think I'm quite the lame dude you think I am. My point is that biologically, men (and women) are searching for the best way to preserve their genes. Basic human nature is no different from animals. The only difference is that we have developed social contraints that prevent what comes naturally to us. These contraints give us a option, do we follow at natural felling (i.e shag anyone who is attractive to us), or do we value what we have mor
  4. Those stairs can be a bitch on cold, windy days can't they?
  5. Depends if I go straight from the bedroom to work or from the dining room. Prob. a good 15 seconds from the bedroom, but less than 5 from breakfast. Mind you there may be a change in things that may extend the commute up to 30 seconds.
  6. C'mon spud: Lame is the "...oh what a terrible position to be in..." type post. Either you love your wife enough or you don't. Cane obviously doesn't and wants to find a way out ( I love my wife ... but she's the sort of person who would get a divorce quickly and never look back...). I'm merely pointing him in the right direction by giving him a biological reason for doing what he obviously wants to do. Which part of the post offends you? 1. Marriage is a institution foisted on us by the church 2. Men are biologically not meant to be monogamous 3. Men are naturally draw
  7. Unless you are travelling in a major storm you won't have a problem. If you can get an AWD with snow tyres then you are set. I couldn't believe the difference snow tyres make. National roads seem to be plowed every time about 15cm of snow falls.
  8. Mate, Marriage is an institution foisted on us by the church. Men are biologically not meant to be monogamous. It seems to me you've run into a situation where subconsicously you think your offspring would be better off popping out of another womb, with different DNA. Throw off society's shackles and follow the part of you that sticks out in front. It'll lead you in the right direction.
  9. Perhaps many parallel internets exist in another dimension.
  10. It's not that difficult, but you want to make sure the car has snow tyres. Having a car in Hakuba can be a blessing. Esp if you want to go exploring. Basically it is a expressway trip up to Nagano then the slow road from there.
  11. Aussie network has the game on 4th media.
  12. From superdude024107@aol.com Subject: You always wanted to use your penis as a billiards cue. Message:For your wife’s last b-day you gave her a vibrator because of your hopeless Erectile Dysfunction.... How did he know?
  13. Super Azusa 11 is operating daily Leaves Shinjuku at 10:00 gets into Hakuba at13:44 Azusa#3 operates weekdays at the moment leaving Shinjuku at 7:30 getting into Hakuba at 11:27 If you are arriving at Narita Airport then your easiest option is to take a bus/train to Chiba and spend the night there as Azusa #3 leaves from Chiba at 6:38AM. As the train makes a few stops between Chiba and Shinjuku it may be quite full by the time it gets to Shinjuku.
  14. They haven't been released yet. Nagaden Buses operate the route. Classic button translation on the homepage NAGADEN
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