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  1. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Opie and Anthony/Jim Norton/Colin Quin/Bob Kelly/Rich Vos/Patrice O'Neal

    Any old Opie and Anthony listeners out there? Was just wondering. In my apartment, O&A is the constant background noise where I listen to the guys ridicule and roast each other. For anyone who may be unfamiliar, Opie and Anthony was an East Coast based radio show (that eventually went to XM...
  2. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Just needed a quick vent and place to let it out

    I just needed a quick vent to myself before the day I'm ABOUT to have and have literally nowhere else in the world to do. So I just need to get it off my chest. Excuse me. I find it wholly ironic how much time of my adult life I have spent in hospitals and helping my parents through health...
  3. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Playstation 5 Sorrows

    Man, this whole Playstation 5 situation has really been a suck-fest. There was so much hype around it coming out, then the pandemic, and now due to supplies shortages many people can't get one. Someone argued with me that 13 million were sold - they said it real "matter of factly" too- as if I...
  4. Waldo P. Schmeer

    A Vent: The whiplash of growing up in my family

    **Its a long one, buckle in. But its choc full of contradictions and hypocrisy** Its crazy how we keep coming across little moments of clarity throughout our lives no matter how much we get experience or experience things multiple times. In my case, it helps me to develop awareness of the...
  5. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Cringe Humor

    If anyone has an appreciation for cringe humor, do yourself a favor and watch "I Think You Should Leave" on Netflix. It has 2 seasons. Basically this guy created a sketch show around the most embarrassing cringe scenarios you can think of. I enjoy cringe humor, and I found myself having to...
  6. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Cowboy Bebop - Netflix

    Cowboy Bebop was a really fun watch on Netflix and if you haven't seen it, keep it in your back pocket. I remember the Cowboy Bebop cartoon when was a teenager. I was not an anime fan and I immediately dismissed it because I thought it was all about outer space and robots and stuff like that-...
  7. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Holiday Support

    Sometimes the best support you can give people during the holidays is to simply leave them alone. You know the person- at your job or your school or neighborhood or wherever in your life that everyone seems to want to find a place to go for the holidays. Its a really beautiful gesture and no one...
  8. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Thoughts About The Randomness of Life

    As I am rapidly approaching my 40s, I have had a lot of those little realizations you get around this time of life. And one of the ones that has hit me the hardest is that by now, I can´t really expect a lot of positive life changes. What I am referring to is like when you´re young and you can...
  9. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Funko Pops

    I collect Funko Pops from different things (comics, movies, sports, celebs, etc). Any other fans/collectors here? I started about 12 years ago, and I have amassed quite a collection. I have some rares that could fetch a pretty penny. I am totally open to chatting about them, trading, selling...
  10. Waldo P. Schmeer

    I remember one of the main reasons why I was turned off to gaming

    I think gaming habits ebb and flow for most people for many reasons. Life happens. I think for the most part, somewhere in their 20s, folks might slow down considerably because of the demands of life. Work. Family. Kids. Being caretakers. etc. Whatever you can think of. For me, I think it was...
  11. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Background music to share (hope you get some sense of relaxation from it)

    As life continues to be a perpetual suck circus, I just wanted to share some background music that I keep on in the background while I surf the web and try to ignore the universe and pretend it is not a jumbled mess with zero order or rules. I hope that at least one person can use this. (y)...
  12. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Some Advice for Family Caretakers

    There are some of us that get trapped in a burden of being a caretaker for family. I see it as a burden at least. My family is not and has never been the most loving. Just a group of neurotics and toxic minded people. I do understand that not all families are like this. But I dont have the love...
  13. Waldo P. Schmeer

    I miss gaming

    I miss video games so much. I did not see the value then because I did not yet understand adult life and stress and the real world. But I wish I had time to play like I used to. Just a few notable games that have made me jump back in temporarily during the recent years. GHOST OF TSUSHIMA -...
  14. Waldo P. Schmeer

    I am considering contacting the ethics line when I return to work in December

    I am currently out of work due to my mother having a stroke and having no one to take care of her outside of myself and my father. If this isn't soul crushing enough, I am also going through a professional rut. I do not have a job. I have a career and I train in the corporate sector for a...
  15. Waldo P. Schmeer

    Separating Yourself From Family

    Right off the cuff I want to identify that this post is about building the strength to separate yourself from your own family, like when you block people on social media. Sometimes your family is the most toxic group of people you're ever going to meet, and you'll never know it because TV and...
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