Other than your family, are you attached to any organization that you've been with for more than 10 years? (union, church, employer, club, etc.)
Well, except for being a citizen, no, because I've only been alive for 12 years.
No organization or employer could ever pay me enough.
Girl scouts:) I'm a high school senior and I've Been in it since kindergarden:)
Yes, actually, I've been a citizen for more than 10 years.
TallyLu80, good on you! Man those first days are the hardest, buddy. Go to meetings, get some phone #'s, and don't drink between meetings. You never have to drink again unless you want to. Those were the most magical words I'd ever heard... and they're still true. Keep coming back, it works!
@BadBadger how do you make sure that your twin doesn't do something without your permission?
I've had a library card for well over 10 years...
Stay strong, Tally.
AA...37 days sober
NRA life member, as well. And my Church. oh yeah YMCA.
I have a conjoined twin. So, yes. I am very attached to an organism.
The Center for Inquiry, a secular humanist/atheist organization that I've been a member of since I was 10.
family business herbicide and pestcontrol
American Library Association.
Cub Scouts then Boy Scouts makes 10 years. They're technically 2 different organizations, but screw it, it counts.
been going to church all my life and don't plan on leaving. GO GOD!!
Employer(university), NPR, Apple.
The earth I'm 11
@zod I went up for a second flight in February and it was even better than my first. Yes indeed it is expensive though. Expensive, good, and fun. But that's why I also do the four disciplines of triathlon (the fourth is nutrition). A bit cheaper, and will keep my mind sharp until I get to fly more.
@Ziplock well, the ads you click on aren't connected to that. But, if you click on one, it remembers what type and targets those ads. If that answers your question.
Oh yes Costco. My favorite out of town destination.
Ziplock. It would be totally fine with me. Tony should make some profit. Other than us clicking on adds. He does ask some questions for an affilet of Opras. For which he is paid $000
Catholic Church.....Republican party
Thanks to the folks who helped me with my dual device issue, I am appreciative
But seriously I'm only 12
Past resident of the being alive club :-)
If you understand that reference you are awesome
Do you ever have the impression SoH uses the results of its polls to sell advertising?
IAU - loosely:
I'm not a member as such but as a hobby astronomer I follow them.
English Premiere League, Serie A, La Liga, NBA
fiat, you are correct, I foresaw the advent of a president for freeloaders
DAV: Disabled American Veterans
work > 14 yrs., friend of Bill's > 26 yrs., US & Canadian citizen, democratic party
does Sam's club count?
School. But it hasn't been ten years yet, but it's close to that.
I should have added: but good for you. Flying teaches precision, discipline, self reliance, etc. And I should have added that although it is expensive, it is attainable by almost anyone; it is no more expensive than skiing, for example. It does take a commitment of time.
@FIAT2LUX I am a Private Pilot, but am not current. Too many good weather distractions, too little time. I think about flying every day and will get current again eventually. Nothing compares to the feeling of solitude and self reliance. It's an expensive drug, and very addictive.
Same job 13 years, looking to make a change. Not unhappy, just need new. Unfortunately, the job market is......
JDoe, I checked with my sponsor early on. I agree with her that communities like SoH, where our identities are completely anonymous, are a good place to be forthcoming, just like we are in our meetings. That's why I speak so frankly here.
@nazi um. Are you a nazi, or why'd you choose that screenname?
No Freemason has spoken for the whole body of Freemasonry except for that statement. Also, because everyone has their own opinions, religious or moral views none should be imposed upon any other being. Is that information correct?
@Zod so do you fly? Or are you just an aviation enthusiast?
If boiled down, there is a ton of symbology in freemasonry, but it's interpretation is open and no one person's opinion is right or wrong because it is something that everyone can and will have an opinion on, yet no official one exists…
@bhtim then you've been knocking on that door since before he came to the public eye as a presidential candidate…
@RoughAshir as a Freemason would you please make sure that my understanding of the organization as follows is correct…
I would assume religion, but it won't be for almost a year until I could say that I've been a Christian for 10 years. And similar to a technical club, you have to choose a religion, atheism or otherwise. You aren't born a follower of XYZ religion.
The United States, and every which club similar to the club of ignorance, stupidity, humor, and so on. However, I haven't belonged to any official club for more than 10 years. It's really hard to do when you're only 14… lol. Nope. Not 13, or 15, but rather 14! ;)
Since you said church as an option…