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Aug 17, 2007 23:05 |  #16

world of warcraft (is that a hobby? haha)

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.....definitely NOT in that order


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Aug 17, 2007 23:23 |  #17

I think WOW would be considered more of a lifestyle to most who play it.


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Aug 17, 2007 23:50 |  #18

Soccer, Soccer, and ...hmmmm, Soccer. That about sums it up. You did say other than photography right. Well yea, thats soccer. I do take pics of that too so I kinda combine them, when I am not coaching, then the wife is taking over my baby and trying her hand at pics. Shes pretty good. I now have to give her a crash course in portrait photography as next weekend she has to do one of my jobs for me. I have been informed today that the fire dept I am trying to get a job at is having their physical agility test next weekend and I have already scheduled portraits at the local veterans center. I did pass the written exam today! Woo Hoo.


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Aug 17, 2007 23:55 |  #19

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Man that sure is a nice looking Cooper you have there. I wanted one chambered for .22-250 Ackley improved but alas I don't have the $1500 bucks spare as all my extra is going to try and keep this business going. I wanted to go full custom, quite a bit more than the stock ones. Whats yours cambered for? Hopefully I can get the fire dept job and then all my photography money can go to other play toys. I would like to get a .50BMG one day. Ahhh, so many toys and so little money and time.


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Aug 18, 2007 00:20 |  #20

I collect antique scientific equipment and coins. I also play guitar, banjo, and harmonica.


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Aug 18, 2007 13:30 |  #21

I have a photography business which I run. My hobbies - computing, shooting, photography, travelling.


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Aug 18, 2007 16:39 |  #22

Woodworking, bicycling, upland hunting, and fishing.


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Aug 18, 2007 16:43 as a reply to  @ rhys's post |  #23

I have too many hobbies (external link) now, and not enough time for them all!


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Aug 18, 2007 20:52 |  #24

adam8080 wrote in post #3748038 (external link)
I think WOW would be considered more of a lifestyle to most who play it.

lol yes that would be more accurate. my server was down for two days this week and I started to have withdrawals.....starte​d another character on a different server and all was well with the world again :)

awesome game, i liked some parts of ffxi better but it was too slowwwww to start out in that game.

spending time with my son tops everything else though.....i did learn to play wow one handed though so he could sleep on my left arm (newborn) lol :D :D


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Aug 18, 2007 23:06 |  #25

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I'm also rather enamored with fine timepieces. This is my latest:

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Wow! Look at the hair!


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Aug 19, 2007 19:52 |  #26

Besides this?

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Aug 19, 2007 19:52 |  #27

Obnoxious, but I thought it was fun...


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Aug 19, 2007 20:19 as a reply to  @ SHULTSIE!!!'s post |  #28

Not that I get to much but after photo and family comes target shooting


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Aug 20, 2007 01:28 |  #29

This hobby takes up more space than my camera gear:lol:


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Aug 20, 2007 01:58 |  #30

Dude, vetkrazy, you're hobby is so much cooler than mine... kinda feeling hobby-envy right now...


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