Jody Gomez

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  1. Michael, I also saw this photo and was moved by it. May we keep achieving, and may we keep aspiring to achieve. If we ever lose our aspirations, then we lose all achievement.
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    Hey Ange, who you callin a girlie girl? And worse yet, an eminem fan? You best be talking to someone else, especially seeing as how I'm still swooning that you posted some Cure vids. Victor- Each and every day you seem to say something that makes me even more happy about Angie's choice. Any fan of Dennis is almost good enough for Angie.
  3. Kat- I'm so sorry that this is belated, but someone such as yourself should have more than one day to celebrate your life, so I'll say happy birthday: happy life!
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    Dennis Miller http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0paw7-LBEM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEZrdYNe1co Not sure what the terror free oil snippet is, but Dennis makes me LMAO.
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    You see, you have to do that Victor. I don't have Angie's heart, so I'm able to say something like this: Lars Ulrich is a better drummer. *ducks*
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    Victor- You don't have to know who Steve Perry is, just change your name to something similar. I think Journey's current lead singer is Steve Jerry. Ange- You asked for it, are you truly ready for it? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1WWVTAd1SA The Cure~Just Like Heaven
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    In the immortal words of Beavis & Butthead..."uh...is this the Partridge Family?" ;) I f'ing love Journey!! Just stumbled upon this thread. Angie, you are a babe. Victor best be the Steve Perry in your life if he truly knows what he's got!!! You hear that Victor!!??!!
  8. Michael has now shifted all the weight upon Ciro. Not only must he cater, but he must do it pro bono! Works for me.
  9. Victor- I'll put kidding aside, and say, yes, Angie could walk by a wall and have it fall in love with her. The good news is that she knows what love is and knows what it means to give her love. That is why I trust that you are one okay individual despite all that Angie has said about you. As for Rich, I just think he got lucky. ;) I keed, I keed-Rich deserves it, and I'm glad he is among those of us who have found it.
  10. God help us. If Rich can find love, and Angie can find love then what is the world coming to. We should all get together and a have a first annual conference of those who know what love means, and know that we've found it. Kat and Michael should host, and fund it. Though it might be confusing having two Kats there. Ciro should do the cooking.
  11. Judith- As long as you use Angel perfume anything can be negotiated. ;) I agree that body language conveys ones sense of life. Where I disagree is that people, such as myself and Lydia, or Angie and Victor can't know sense of life without witnessing how each eats a Big Mac. If one or both parties are being deceptive, then yes we can be fooled when we have not witnessed such acts. I have no reason to believe that either Angie or Victor is being deceptive. Not to each other nor to themselves. I do however know that Angie is an absolute animal when eating a Big Mac. But, I've also heard that
  12. Barbara- Do you know how many people have fallen in love with you through your words? But, I don't want to start anymore rumors. ;)
  13. Kat- You're welcome. It's wonderful what you and Michael have, and it's real. On another note: I think Michael said it well when he said that this topic has been done to death. I know reality. Michael and Kat know reality. Angie and Victor know reality. As far as I'm concerned the naysayers can simply kiss the reality of our "in love" asses. I know Michael and Kat, and Angie, and I hope to get to know Victor better. I know them all from this medium we share. I hope that each of them individually, and as a couple, has all the happiness that a lifetime can offer. I give them my well wis
  14. Barbara- My problem here is that you, and others, seem to be treating this as something such as correspondence chess. Each party is playing a deceptive game, and out to win. They take time to study each others moves in order to win pieces. I don't have such a dismal view of human nature as that. Online romances are more than "letter writing." When I met Lydia, it was through live, instantaneous chat. There was no studying, no contemplating, no strategy in our communication. There was live, one on one interaction. No different than face-to-face. I've intimated this once, and I'll now ex
  15. Victor- Angie has told me that she prefers using Old Spice, and I know that she has a tick for throwing peas, singularly, at anyone who has red hair. Just some fundamental things you might want to know.
  16. Judith- With all due respect, I don't have a clue what "scent", or "body language" has to do with love. At least not beyond some superficial level. What are you saying, "I really liked him(or her) fundamentally, but that damned Polo cologne was a real deal breaker."?!?
  17. I will also add that many of the nay-sayers seem to come to their conclusion based upon a great amount of paranoia. It's always doubts along the lines of "what they want you to believe."(What? Have many of you here been deluded into thinking that the 600lb man you were having cyber-sex with was actually a supermodel? That ain't love anyhow.) When I met Lydia online, fortunately, I never had the pot-smoker's paranoia that she was only saying what I wanted to hear. Just like I never had those doubts in previous relationships where we met face to face(though that situation certainly does not
  18. Ciro- I can understand your reservations. Hell, if I had a daughter I would be sceptical of anyone she met, regardless of where they met. No one here(that I've seen at least) is saying that it is "better" to meet someone online. The people who have been successful at it are simply saying that it can be done. Also, those who meet online, if their love is true, will eventually meet in person-and I can tell you from personal experience that the eventual meeting CAN confirm all that we thought about that person. Whether it is someone we met in a bar, on a blind date, or on the internet, we al
  19. Postscript: If I haven't said this already, I wish Victor and Angie all my best. When you know what love is, how or where you found it is irrelevant. I think both of you know how to say "I", so I have no doubt that that the "I love you"'s you express are true. I am excited about seeing, and hope we all have the opportunity to witness your love for each other unfurl here on OL. After all, would we even be here talking about this if it were not for the amazing love that developed(online) between Kat and Michael.
  20. I wanted to chime in here with my opinion, and my experience. I fell in love with a woman online; we're now married and still very much in love. To say that what we experience of someone through online interaction such as email or chat, is not "reality" is absurd. To say that we can't fundamentally know someone from such interaction is absurd. When Lydia and I met face to face, I learned nothing fundamental about her; I already knew her fundamentally. Did I further learn things about her? Yes, but they were not significant. In all relationships, we learn new things about people when we
  21. http://www.endofworld.net/ Turn on the speakers.
  22. Roger-I can understand your passion, but if I were suffering from Cirrhosis, and Streisand was selling two-for-one livers she would not get a dime of my money. I rank her right up there with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. I do always enjoy reading your passion for music though.
  23. Angie-You looked perfect in the VS, and gw's wine was perfect for our evening. Our sordid sprees have continue. What should be our next target? gw-When I found out you were from Texas, I almost had a soft spot for you, as my favorite football team is the Cowboys and one of my ultimate heroes is a true texan who could get you to whiifff at a 100 mph fastball, strike you out with a follow-up, knee-buckling curve ball, and at the age of 44, kick some 22-year-old-Robin-Ventura ass when the mound was charged(Mr. Nolan Ryan of course). But I'll tell you, I lost all respect. It WAS Ange who was w
  24. Angie-Yea, I'm not so sure about gw's selection of red wines. I've heard he's more into the blushes, especially the Boones Farm variety. But what can you expect from this character. He even sent me a bottle of Opus One, saying he wasn't really sure what to do with such a red, as he normally preferred grape-tainted sugar-water instead. I'll be happy to meet up with you, on the condition that we make a Victoria's Secret run first. ;)