Thread: 2005 SUCKED

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    My oldest turns 13 in May and is already acting like a stubborn teen.
    My youngest was born on 12-26-04.. It is fun having a Christmas baby.
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    Quote by Chyna0207
    Just like any other year 2005 had its ups and downs, just like I know 2006 will be the same. Just gotta take the bitter with the sweet. But the Katrina and Tsunami disasters were unbelievable !


    2005 has been a year of natural disasters, also including homicide here in Phoenix. This included two kids at my school who were working late at night at a Subway. They were robbed by three kids, and later shot and killed because those three knew them. This happened in November last year, which was shocking to many people in my neighborhood. They were later captured and identified, and will spend a lifetime in prison. They can't face the death penalty because they are under 18, but they will be tried as adults.

    They were good kids, and were loved by many. Somehow, I still sense their presence at school.
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    A couple days after x-mas, an old friend of mine was gunned down, as well as his girlfriend, her mom, and a dog.

    I hope the killer fuckin fries in a electric chair w/ 10,000 volts applied
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    2005 went by so fast, but I dont think that this year was that bad of a year excepf for all the damn hurrricanes down here in Florida. Besides that, I guess it was ok.
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    2005 was pretty good, but I've had better. But 2004 was a nightmare. In 2004, my family was broke, the best dog we ever had died, our lawn mower was stolen, my uncle died, etc.

    2005 was alright. It was an improvement from 2004.

    I predict that 2006 will be similar to 2005 actually.

    As many people around here feel, the 80's and 90's rocked. I don't have much to say about the 80's though.
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    It's all just another series of days for me
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    The 90's were great, but I also wish I lived in the 80's. I mean, the early to mid-80's.
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    I know how you feel...i felt the same way in 2002. It seemed like that was the year for terrible stuff to continuously happen to me. 2005 wasn't that bad for me, but I'm looking forward to 2006!
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    Quote by punky
    I know how you feel...i felt the same way in 2002. It seemed like that was the year for terrible stuff to continuously happen to me. 2005 wasn't that bad for me, but I'm looking forward to 2006!


    2002 was the worst year of my life thus far.

    2005 was alright I suppose. Nothing too major happened to me and that's the way I like things.

    I'm not sure about 2006. I think it will depend on whether or not Stephen Harper gets elected for Prime Minister on the 23rd. If he does, then I believe it to be a terrible year, for Canadians anyways.
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    I didn't like 2005 either.
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    2005 was just a though year for the most part. I a couple of my friends died. I had some real struggles in school. The only good things were I finally turned 21, I went to Las Vegas and Hawaii. I'm looking forward to a decent 2006.
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    2005 was a bit like purgatory for me--wasn't good, wasn't bad. Eh, I learned to like it. Now I have to go through that dreaded three-week stage of writing things like, "1/2/05" before realizing it's 2006. But, again, 2005, described in one word: Meh. . .
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    2005 was okay for me in some places such as the time I met some girls at a public pool and we became really good friends, and I miss them. I know, I'm kinda overreacting on this.
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    I agree, some good stuff happened to me this year, but not enough to overshadow the bad. Definitely not. Actually, I'm remembering quite a lot more bad stuff as I write this. Really awful stuff. Plus, you have to consider all the disasters and world events that happened... really not great stuff.

    Well, this year's not off to a good start for me already, but hopefully everyone here will have a good 2006. If not, may it be better than 2005.
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    I was a so/so year. My fave teacher died and I had a lot of fincal problems. But I did reconnect with some people from high school so I'm happy about that.
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    For me 2005 just kinda jogged along... it was there then it wasn't, were some bad parts but a few great times.

    Now 2006 should be good, the World Cup will be on, lets hope for an England vs USA final!!
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    Quote by rksexy2finger
    I didn't like 2005 either.


    I know about 1.2 million people that can share this sentiment all from the same area.
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    Me being the optimist that I am...I'm alive, still married, have a job and a place to live....not bad at all considering what happened to so many others. Living in Dallas I have spent a lot of time the past few months volunteering with the Red Cross and it made me very thankful for what I have. My heart goes out to all from New Orleans and all of the other area’s affected by the hurricanes! 2006 can only bring better things.
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    Well i made two good movies but in the end mime wars failed miserably and i consider it a disaster. yes i do make movies. But i got a camcorder and Fort legoredo and i discovered this site
    When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle, and this'll help things turn out for the best, and Always look on the bright side of life.
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