Packer Park near the Lakes , New Market , around Jefferson Hospital isn’t bad , pick up the free papers on South Street , and you’ll have some choices , shout me anytime , if you need help , maybe we can have coffee and I’ll give you my Perspective of BEAUTIFUL PHILLY…………lol……………………………..RON.
hey thats nice…
I am into Java programming… I am now working as Solution Architect and team leader… People who design & draft solution before programming and help peers to understand ideas to develop software.
hehe..Yes we are like that :D
how old are you?
And we have soo much beautiful beach..i live 5 minutes away from the sea..i go everynight and every morning walking..i feel relax..when i do..it..i calm down..and we have lot of history places like temples etc :D that turist love to see :D
Aha good to konw that… you really seems to like helping people. So how do u help people, are you associated with any NGO??
Well there is no plan for summer… I think I havent told you, I work with software company and already done with the graduation.
And which univ. you are going to?
hmm u r right… accidents are really bad..
But sometimes I feel, If you are not able to help someone… try to forget the situation as there is no point in cursing urself…
Anyways good to see ur reply.
Huh? Me? Far less interesting, but fair is fair… 38 and married. I sell guns for a living, and enjoy photography in my spare time. I’m an ‘inventor’ under the Meyers Briggs system of categorizing personalities. I like debates, too–so much so that sometimes I play devil’s advocate to keep them going. I’d much rather talk about ideas and hypothetical situations than I would people or events.
I just read what I wrote, and it sounds like a horrible dating ad. Forgive me…
Anyway, what do you think George Orwell would be thinking if he were alive today? The world has changed very significantly in the last 50 years. I don’t think he would be very impressed by our progress.
Also, since you mentioned Jewish history and culture, I had the opportunity to attend my first Passover Seder meal this year…I was riveted for the whole 5 hours!
Anyway, we’ll have lots to talk about if you feel inclined. I hope you do.