Hey Yall... Your Middle Tennessee Connection

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Hey Yall... Your Middle Tennessee Connection

Postby Leon » Sat Jul 02, 2011 8:47 pm

Well Hello Yall!

I guess you can say that I am from the South and love it.

I have been in the south most of my adult life except for a three year
stint in Michigan when I started to work for the Federal Railroad
Administration. Yeah, I do have a day J.O.B. and that is what puts
food on the table and keeps Phyllis (my loving wife) and me dry and
comfortable.

I said adult life, because I grew up in Muskogee, Oklahoma. I really
hated Merle Haggard after he sang that song but I now like country
music more than anything else.

I spend quite a lot of time in front of my computer screen for no real
reason. I guess I am addicted to squinting! I would hope that some
day I could say it is because I am busy making money. What a concept
that would be!

So, Brad, I made it over here and I am now neckid like you!

Peace,
Leon
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Re: Hey Yall... Your Middle Tennessee Connection

Postby Brad West » Sat Jul 02, 2011 9:19 pm

Yes it's true the more open and the more you lay out on the table the better chance you have to connect with someone. The whole social thing has always been powerful. The thing is to open up and take interest in others, people in general don't care as much about you as they do talking about themselves.

I do like reading a good intro though. Waite and see you have exposed enough to stimulate curiosity.
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Re: Hey Yall... Your Middle Tennessee Connection

Postby Leon » Sat Jul 02, 2011 10:34 pm

Yes, Brad, social interaction is a powerful thing.

I have put a few things out there so now will wait to see if there are
any interesting questions that crop up. I would hate it if I put too
much info and nobody cared what I said.

Peace,
Leon
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