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March 17, 2013, 06:26:01 PM
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I spent 20 years being angry.

I hope not over one thing... That's a long time to hold a grudge.

Yes, something very unfair and difficult.  I was wronged.  The lesson, though, is that my own anger also poisoned me.



I'm angry all the time. A lot of people in their 30's and 40's believe it or not still live at home with mommy still washing their underwear and making them dinner. Those are the ones you see on here mouthing off, caps lock on, have no idea what they are talking about, can't spell a word even using a spell check. Those are the guys that have nothing to worry about. No bills to pay, no real stress in life. The biggest thing they have to worry about it is when is mom going to feed them. They're too scared or too cheap to even get their own place and have their own life. These type of people have no reason at all to be angry with anyone.

I moved out of mommy's nest at the age of 18. And since I'm not financially rich I've seen just about every bad end of the stick you can think of. Everything is an uphill battle. There is always someone saying no, you can't do that, you will have to wait, it can't be done, denied, whatever. When you actually live life a little the anger can set in and start to be a poison. I've been angry for a while now and probably was much more angry years ago but have gotten much better. I basically just don't think about it and move my thoughts forward. And to think people on here can make me angry or disturb me with posts and verbal words is just funny. It will take a lot more then a message forum to even start me to begin thinking about getting angry even the slightest bit. When I speak with someone for a little bit or read what they have to say a few times it is quite easy for me to tell if they have even begun to live life a little. Anyone that has this experience under their belt knows what I'm talking about. If you are scratching your head, wondering what I'm saying or thinking of a smart ass comment or dig then you just haven't experienced "life" enough yet to get it.

Not sure why I even wrote this, but I'm glad to hear you released that poison. How did you do it? Self medicate? Therapy? All on your own? Hey, just curious.



I got shot, 9/22/92.  The EMS people thought I was dead, and my daughter died in the shooting.  After that, the big thing I was angry about didn't do it anymore.  I think there are easier ways, though.

One thing I have told many of my students to do is to get one of those scented candles, I prefer vanilla, and the little glass jar that they burn in.  Light it 20 minutes before sunset.  Stay in the room with it.  It doesn't really matter what you are doing, eat supper, brush the cat, look out the window, even read.  Stay there until the only light in the room is from the candle.  Do this every day.

An earlier thing that did help some, I was at a red light one day, in a hurry to go home and relax.  I suddenly thought "I could relax now."  That was a big breakthrough, but it wasn't quite enough.

Don't worry about what other people have, or do.  You can walk out the door whenever you want.  That gives you unprecedented power.  Remember the end scene of "5 easy pieces."



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March 19, 2013, 01:51:29 AM
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i just talked to yufi


apparently my batch 1 order has shipped - he said he's in the car and will send tracking when he gets back


ill keep yall updated

these guy are legit - it just takes time to build and ship all these units.




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March 19, 2013, 01:55:19 AM
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i just talked to yufi


apparently my batch 1 order has shipped - he said he's in the car and will send tracking when he gets back


ill keep yall updated

these guy are legit - it just takes time to build and ship all these units.
What is your order #? And what contact method you used to reach Yifu? And if BitSyncom is reading this, pls, give tracking info for rest of us... (#200000618)
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March 19, 2013, 04:01:44 AM
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i just talked to yufi


apparently my batch 1 order has shipped - he said he's in the car and will send tracking when he gets back


ill keep yall updated

these guy are legit - it just takes time to build and ship all these units.





maybe you can contact him again and ask whats up with the site and batch 2 and keeps on re directing. Just sent pm so hope we get some answers Smiley
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March 19, 2013, 01:12:32 PM
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Got tracking from DHL (I asked via e-mail if there's something for me), order number close to 400 is in DHL premesis in HG. In couple of days it should be in Estonia, hope to get it from customs before weekend.

Can't hide the exitement Smiley

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March 19, 2013, 02:53:46 PM
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I am happy to report I have received two DHL tracking numbers

they are for only a partial amount of my order - but its better than nothing, and yufi stated my entire order has shipped he just does not have tracking numbers for them yet

I am guessing they are using some kind of courier service or perhaps this has something to do with customs, everyone seems to be getting tracking numbers from different carriers and it appears yufi does not receive tracking until after its been shipped a day or so.

Just speculation based on my experience

Looks like one of the packages left hong kong today and the other one has not been picked up yet


cant wait to plug them in and show them off Tongue

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March 19, 2013, 03:05:17 PM
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@JerimiahJohnson: can you please tell us your ordernumber?

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March 19, 2013, 03:33:56 PM
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So, from post above I can suggest, that, If I'm not received tracking #, than my order not shipped or shipped just right now or close to that day...

BitSyncom, tell the truth. Are entire batch #1 was shipped by March 10, or not? Why is it so difficult to post?
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March 19, 2013, 06:55:10 PM
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yes has batch 1  shipped? Every order that was placed..


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March 19, 2013, 08:18:32 PM
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Well, I wanted to call DHL today to ask them about any incoming packages, but I didn't need to, apparently. They called me and told me there's a package inbound, point of origin Hong Kong, and it will arrive in the country tomorrow (about 12 hrs from the time of this posting). They said that if all goes well with customs they will deliver the package the day after. If it's any help, my order is #330 and I'm in Romania, EU.

I wanted to ask other people that received their units already - what was the declared value of the units? the full 1200$ per unit? Feel free to answer on private if you don't want to post here. I just need to know what to expect, I'll have to pay 24% VAT...
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March 19, 2013, 08:32:07 PM
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I spent 20 years being angry.

I hope not over one thing... That's a long time to hold a grudge.

Yes, something very unfair and difficult.  I was wronged.  The lesson, though, is that my own anger also poisoned me.



I'm angry all the time. A lot of people in their 30's and 40's believe it or not still live at home with mommy still washing their underwear and making them dinner. Those are the ones you see on here mouthing off, caps lock on, have no idea what they are talking about, can't spell a word even using a spell check. Those are the guys that have nothing to worry about. No bills to pay, no real stress in life. The biggest thing they have to worry about it is when is mom going to feed them. They're too scared or too cheap to even get their own place and have their own life. These type of people have no reason at all to be angry with anyone.

I moved out of mommy's nest at the age of 18. And since I'm not financially rich I've seen just about every bad end of the stick you can think of. Everything is an uphill battle. There is always someone saying no, you can't do that, you will have to wait, it can't be done, denied, whatever. When you actually live life a little the anger can set in and start to be a poison. I've been angry for a while now and probably was much more angry years ago but have gotten much better. I basically just don't think about it and move my thoughts forward. And to think people on here can make me angry or disturb me with posts and verbal words is just funny. It will take a lot more then a message forum to even start me to begin thinking about getting angry even the slightest bit. When I speak with someone for a little bit or read what they have to say a few times it is quite easy for me to tell if they have even begun to live life a little. Anyone that has this experience under their belt knows what I'm talking about. If you are scratching your head, wondering what I'm saying or thinking of a smart ass comment or dig then you just haven't experienced "life" enough yet to get it.

Not sure why I even wrote this, but I'm glad to hear you released that poison. How did you do it? Self medicate? Therapy? All on your own? Hey, just curious.




I'll answer.

I did it through first, reading history books and other assorted old books of non-fiction type and serious fiction.   Then writing my feelings as an opinion on a blog I started was my next step.  It not only informed me but also gave me the feeling that at least I put my .02 somewhere for others to read.  Do that for like the next 3-5 years and see how you feel and get back to me.  It really helps, outside of that, be grateful for what you have because it could be a lot worse and smile. 

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March 19, 2013, 10:59:48 PM
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i just recived my avalon today
and the usb hub is broken

can i use any usb hub ?
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March 19, 2013, 11:10:23 PM
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i just recived my avalon today
and the usb hub is broken

can i use any usb hub ?

send back to Avalon for waranty service

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March 19, 2013, 11:32:27 PM
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Yifu emailed me and let me know my orders are shipped. Very happy now.
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March 20, 2013, 12:46:26 AM
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i just recived my avalon today
and the usb hub is broken

can i use any usb hub ?


Where are you located?  Mind if I update the Batch #1 list?

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March 20, 2013, 12:49:10 AM
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2 unit Romania
order number was 126
one working
one maybe will be fixed tomorrow

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March 20, 2013, 01:02:16 AM
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Slave the modules off to the working unit.
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March 20, 2013, 01:54:37 AM
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I spent 20 years being angry.

I hope not over one thing... That's a long time to hold a grudge.

Yes, something very unfair and difficult.  I was wronged.  The lesson, though, is that my own anger also poisoned me.



I'm angry all the time. A lot of people in their 30's and 40's believe it or not still live at home with mommy still washing their underwear and making them dinner. Those are the ones you see on here mouthing off, caps lock on, have no idea what they are talking about, can't spell a word even using a spell check. Those are the guys that have nothing to worry about. No bills to pay, no real stress in life. The biggest thing they have to worry about it is when is mom going to feed them. They're too scared or too cheap to even get their own place and have their own life. These type of people have no reason at all to be angry with anyone.

I moved out of mommy's nest at the age of 18. And since I'm not financially rich I've seen just about every bad end of the stick you can think of. Everything is an uphill battle. There is always someone saying no, you can't do that, you will have to wait, it can't be done, denied, whatever. When you actually live life a little the anger can set in and start to be a poison. I've been angry for a while now and probably was much more angry years ago but have gotten much better. I basically just don't think about it and move my thoughts forward. And to think people on here can make me angry or disturb me with posts and verbal words is just funny. It will take a lot more then a message forum to even start me to begin thinking about getting angry even the slightest bit. When I speak with someone for a little bit or read what they have to say a few times it is quite easy for me to tell if they have even begun to live life a little. Anyone that has this experience under their belt knows what I'm talking about. If you are scratching your head, wondering what I'm saying or thinking of a smart ass comment or dig then you just haven't experienced "life" enough yet to get it.

Not sure why I even wrote this, but I'm glad to hear you released that poison. How did you do it? Self medicate? Therapy? All on your own? Hey, just curious.




I'll answer.

I did it through first, reading history books and other assorted old books of non-fiction type and serious fiction.   Then writing my feelings as an opinion on a blog I started was my next step.  It not only informed me but also gave me the feeling that at least I put my .02 somewhere for others to read.  Do that for like the next 3-5 years and see how you feel and get back to me.  It really helps, outside of that, be grateful for what you have because it could be a lot worse and smile. 

Dalkore

This has the right feel to it also.

I try to be respectful and informed.
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March 20, 2013, 02:46:02 AM
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I spent 20 years being angry.

I hope not over one thing... That's a long time to hold a grudge.

Yes, something very unfair and difficult.  I was wronged.  The lesson, though, is that my own anger also poisoned me.



I'm angry all the time. A lot of people in their 30's and 40's believe it or not still live at home with mommy still washing their underwear and making them dinner. Those are the ones you see on here mouthing off, caps lock on, have no idea what they are talking about, can't spell a word even using a spell check. Those are the guys that have nothing to worry about. No bills to pay, no real stress in life. The biggest thing they have to worry about it is when is mom going to feed them. They're too scared or too cheap to even get their own place and have their own life. These type of people have no reason at all to be angry with anyone.

I moved out of mommy's nest at the age of 18. And since I'm not financially rich I've seen just about every bad end of the stick you can think of. Everything is an uphill battle. There is always someone saying no, you can't do that, you will have to wait, it can't be done, denied, whatever. When you actually live life a little the anger can set in and start to be a poison. I've been angry for a while now and probably was much more angry years ago but have gotten much better. I basically just don't think about it and move my thoughts forward. And to think people on here can make me angry or disturb me with posts and verbal words is just funny. It will take a lot more then a message forum to even start me to begin thinking about getting angry even the slightest bit. When I speak with someone for a little bit or read what they have to say a few times it is quite easy for me to tell if they have even begun to live life a little. Anyone that has this experience under their belt knows what I'm talking about. If you are scratching your head, wondering what I'm saying or thinking of a smart ass comment or dig then you just haven't experienced "life" enough yet to get it.

Not sure why I even wrote this, but I'm glad to hear you released that poison. How did you do it? Self medicate? Therapy? All on your own? Hey, just curious.




I'll answer.

I did it through first, reading history books and other assorted old books of non-fiction type and serious fiction.   Then writing my feelings as an opinion on a blog I started was my next step.  It not only informed me but also gave me the feeling that at least I put my .02 somewhere for others to read.  Do that for like the next 3-5 years and see how you feel and get back to me.  It really helps, outside of that, be grateful for what you have because it could be a lot worse and smile. 

Dalkore

This has the right feel to it also.


Lol at this off topic discussion, anger is really just about managing expectations and being realisitic. A lot of anger is just compensating for insecurity and anxiety which can stem from very unrealistic ideas and views and thought processes. Imagine nerds having social anxiety and staying home all day lol, anger a lot of times is their only coping mechanism to break out of their shell and interact with other human beings because you can't be scared when you're angry. A lot of nerds will self sabatoge as well to fuel their own hatred, because the adrenaline release increases their mental stimulation and gives them that edge. You know how I overcame my anger? asspennies http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DO1Q7F23DxM
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March 20, 2013, 03:01:13 AM
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Lol at this off topic discussion, anger is really just about managing expectations and being realisitic. A lot of anger is just compensating for insecurity and anxiety which can stem from very unrealistic ideas and views and thought processes. Imagine nerds having social anxiety and staying home all day lol, anger a lot of times is their only coping mechanism to break out of their shell and interact with other human beings because you can't be scared when you're angry. A lot of nerds will self sabatoge as well to fuel their own hatred, because the adrenaline release increases their mental stimulation and gives them that edge. You know how I overcame my anger? asspennies http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DO1Q7F23DxM

Funny you think we are all nerds in a basement.  Funny thought.

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