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I Confess

I Confess was a discussion we had in the early days of MysteyNet. I thought it would be fun to bring it back and see how it goes.

You can confess your truest feelings here or just everyday things.

We are here to listen, so confess away.

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BabyMelany - 07:30pm Nov 5, 2008 PST(#284 of 3115)

I confess that I put on 2.6 pounds over the Halloween week....

I also confess that I won our pumkin decorating contest at work...but..I'll confess that I was the only real entry in it anyway - but my managers all voted for me and I was happy to get WAY more votes than I had anticipated, lol.

_Jersey_Girl_ - 07:37pm Nov 5, 2008 PST(#285 of 3115)
"Nothing matters in the whole wide world when you're in love with a Jersey Girl." - T. Waits

Yay, BaM!!!

Bren - 03:19am Nov 6, 2008 PST(#286 of 3115)
For most of history, Anonymous was a woman--Virginia Woolf

why am I disappointed in people? Its simple.. I'm disappointed in those people who can't get past the fact that this country obviously decided we no longer want a republican in the office of president. That we want a President who showed us a difference. (No matter what he said McCain was not able to prove he was different from Bush-or Obama wouldn't have won by such a huge margin) Those people who can't accept the fact that we now have a President elect that they didn't want. When President Bush was elected for the second time it was accepted that he would be in office 4 mor years. I'd love to see people get over the fact that they didnt get McCain in office. Instead of complaining and wondering what will happen to the country now. Get over it, and realize that we need to once more become a united country. If we can't do that then yes "God help us all". Remember "United we stand, divide we fall"

The Clueless One - 03:34am Nov 6, 2008 PST(#287 of 3115)
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I confess that I don't give a d@mn about Obama being the next US president, nor the fact that he is black. After all, what's colour got to do with a man's ability to lead a country on the correct path?

The Clueless One - 03:36am Nov 6, 2008 PST(#288 of 3115)
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And yes, I know I'm probably ignorant.

Mulder_fan - 04:41am Nov 6, 2008 PST(#289 of 3115)
I like living. I have sometimes been wildly, despairingly, acutely miserable, racked with sorrow, but through it all I still know quite certainly that just to be alive is a grand thing. Agatha Christie

hear, hear Bren and TCO

and yes I am probably ignorant too when it comes to politics but how hard can it be to look on the positive side? its so much easier than being negative anyways!!

White Tornado - 06:28am Nov 6, 2008 PST(#290 of 3115)
(8@D)======> The WINDS of change are inevitable...but is the Power of Love......TORNADO WARNING: Some people are sheltered,,,,,, and then,,,,,, I unshelter them

I confess.....sumtin I didn't see in INTROS Mulder~ U R interesting.........I did visit Mombasa one New Year's while in the navy. Was a highly political moment as well as we had hostages being held in Iran at the time.

I confess.....I do not side with one party or the other for a myriad of reasons and go with gut instincts. And this is one of the troubling things I see with both sides.
I saw a sign yesterday big and bold on an Obama lawn: U S We Are One! My question....where was that sign while Bush was in office?
Later the pastor mentioned the we are now one coming from a different source in democratic circles.
And now, reiterate this while being oxymoronic. How can you want unity with a statement like: I'm disappointed in those people who can't get past the fact that this country obviously decided we no longer want a republican in the office of president. ????? Is it just because it is a Republican or is it the man himself? And was it a Republican Senate and House? It clearly says there has been a decisive division for some time.

I like the fact the White House, the Senate and the House are all one because now there will be no way to lay all the blame on Bush or Republicans.
If the Dems pull us out of the crisis we are in sobeit and all due respect.
But if they can't and things get worse will it be: WE ARE ONE?
Or blame it on the Republicans??????

spicy pepper - 10:05am Nov 6, 2008 PST(#291 of 3115)
"Come lay with me, stay with me, soon I'll be gone. I will remember you all winter long. And when I return to the one that I miss...oh the longer the waiting, the sweeter the kiss" Josh Turner

i confess that i am very proud of president bush for sticking to his guns and being the one of the only politicians on the face of the planet [or on the face of washington, dc rather] who actually did what he said he was going to do. [this is coming from someone who has, according to an MNer, "bush to blame" for sending my husband to iraq twice. no, i don't blame bush, just the terrorists who are trying to kill us. yes, us includes you too.]

i also confess that i actually cheered for you WT!

i also must confess that i really hope obama proves me wrong. [because if i wanted to live in a socialist country, i would have moved to china!]

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