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Charlie Goodrich
Works at Zarda BBQ
Attended Blue Springs High
Lives in Independence MO
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Poor thing was raised Christian. Doesn't actually work in reality. 
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Bike run Old Independence
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Yup
Walked across Italy I did
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+Erik Hogan
Usually 18000 to 25000
I have an active job.

I have a bike run tracker on my surge though I might maintain cardio it's not as much steps. More fun though and easier on my feet.
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You will be missed #RIPSpock  
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Can't remember the last time it was under $2
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+Charlie Goodrich​ No, it's $1.84 before tax and over $6 after! Still too much though.
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Yes, it's okay if I park here because I brought my own fire.

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Lmao..you are very funny..
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Of course, what I really did to get the badge was a little harder than falling out of an airplane.

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Rotory Park to Country Club Park
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Haven't hung out on Google much.
Letting everyone know I'm still alive.
Of course I send pictures of barbecue.

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If you're gone
Are you really?

No matter where you go, there you are...

<had to say something>
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+Charlie Goodrich why would you think, I think that? I was going for concurrence. Ah, money! Yeah, just a tool not actually something of value itself. Money means nothing on it's own, it requires acceptance. Isn't that the real difference between dollars and monopoly money? Hell, dollars can't even buy Monopoly properties, they don't exist. 
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Happy New Year
Didn't hang out in google media much last year

Mmmmmm

Too much Twitter

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Tomatter without the "Ta"

Which reminds me I got my Senior Citizens discount this month.

Don't know what to think about that.
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Born in KC. Grew up in Covina California and returned cause my family belonged to a religious cult and it's best to be in KC when the world comes to an end. Remember the 60's and 70's... I do...

Started working at Zarda BBQ in '78 and still work there today. Did leave Zarda for a bit in '82 for a tour of duty aboard the USS Coral Sea CV-43. Yes I'm a Shellback. Followed Ferdinand Magellan's path around the world. Alameda, Pearl Harbor, Pusan Korea, Sunoco Bay, Crossed the equator, Singapore, Suez Canal, Augusta Bay, Naples, Cannes, Rota and Norfolk. Blah... Blah...

Have more detailed info in my Public Notes.

Been working for Zarda BBQ most of my life. Work mostly in customer relations so at times I'll post which store I'll be hanging out in front of during the day.

Getting old now.


-----g-o-d-----

We are born atheist, and subsequently indoctrinated by our parents, families, our culture, and our place in history to accept certain things without question. As children our brains are wired to believe and accept - it helps us get along with those around us.

In addition, as children most do not have the knowledge or education or level of abstract thinking to be a critical thinker and challenge the really big questions. As we mature, and if we're lucky to be exposed to a good education and excellent reading material, our knowledge and critical thinking skills grow. Many of us reject childhood ideas at that point.

We no longer believe in Santa or the Easter Bunny or Unicorns - we recognize them for what they are metaphorical icons used to make a point. And many of us apply that same critical thinking to belief in god, gods, or goddesses or supernatural agents or divine entities.

I consider it the rejection of a worldview based on knowledge gained, and an understanding of what constitutes reality, evidence, proof, and rationality versus what constitutes wishes, dreams, and fantasies.
Education
  • Blue Springs High
    General, 1977 - 1978
  • Electronics Institute
    Computer and Radio repair, 1979 - 1981
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Gender
Male
Birthday
August 19, 1959
Work
Occupation
Public Relations
Skills
BBQ
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  • Zarda BBQ
    Public Relations, 1978 - present
    Various stores who carry Zarda BBQ's Burnt Ends, Pulled Pork and Beans will setup in front of the store and give customers a good deal. So I hangout for the day. Got a real nicer Smoker I fire up for Ribs.
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Independence MO
Previously
Independence Missouri - Covina California - Portsmouth Virginia - Allentown Pennsylvania - Alameda California
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Good place to get an inexpensive Meal Ready-to-Eat and a comfortable place to sit. I don't understand why HyVee always puts the bathrooms on the opposite side of the building from the eating area. Looks like they're putting the market grill in at this location. They're usually eating area is closed but they have a new area next to the window. The Market Grill will open October 13th.
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Friendly place. Large store huge selection has it its own full-service restaurant. Organic foods.
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Nice large place to sit and eat in front of the windows overlooking a little pond. Good food choices hot and cold. Some construction going on. I can only guess they're putting in a Market Place restaurant like the others. They are redoing the entire parking lot as well. Almost finished.
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A quick stop gas station with a small kitchen, cheap cigarettes, and odds and ends for the road. Employees are polite. They have cartons of cigarettes for 24 bucks right now for Eagle (not bad). Don't know how long that will last. Get a free coffee with 10 gallons of gas. Hats ten bucks.
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The store seems little smaller than the other T-Mobile locations. Employees were friendly and the lines seem to move pretty quick. I had to come in because the web site wasn't working which always seems to be a problem when it comes bill time.
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Very inexpensive compared to big chain stores. More of a do-it-yourself grocery store. Better to come during the slow times because normally they only have one checkout going and the line can get long. Bring a quarter for a cart. You'll get it back.
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Friendly employees has a table to eat plenty of fountains. It's actually a Phillips 66 but they couldn't verify it so I took a picture of the pump and hopefully that will fix it.
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