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Old 12-27-2002, 12:00 AM   #211
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You should ask him about the very first time we met. That is, IF he remembers it! The story will have you rolling with laughter. Let's just say, it started out with me standing in the parking lot and him threatening to run me over with his motorcycle-- a VERY interesting story!

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Ok, I'm back. Bring on the questions for The Fonz!
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Dear Fonzie,

There's this guy I see in Arnold's that I think I'm in love with! He's a redhead. and he's friends with Richie Cunningham and Potsie Webber. Maybe you know who I'm talking about? He's a funny, funny man, but I don't think he'd find me very interesting. How can I get him to notice and like me?

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Dear Fonzie,
The girls romantically attached to the Happy Days males see a predicament. All the guys seem to have been set up with us save for a few. But what about their exgirlfriends on the show? Jennifer came crawling around for Potsie and I'm sick of it. Can you find men for them so they'll leave our guys alone?
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OK, I actually have a serious question. This is an idea that I've been batting around with for a while, have talked to people and gotten opinions from people who believe both sides of the situation. But, I'd love to get Fonz' s perspective.

I am currently working at a rather prestigious child care facility. It is a rewarding job, even though it can tend to overwhelm me at times. I have lots of work, and the pay and benefits are nice. And as soon as I finish my degree, I am practically guaranteed to be able to move up to management level. The downside is that I am stuck living in a rural, aggricultural community where it seems the only thing people look forward to is marrying and having kids. I no longer have any single friends. And the fact that they are married/engaged really changes our friendships. I want to travel, and lead an exciting lifestyle. I want to be able to pick up at a moment's notice and do something fun. I want my independence. I really want to move to NY and attend NYU. I want to become a writer. I've only dreamed of being a writer since I was 10 or so. Though, the competetion is crazy and I really know that I'm not as talented as so many people out there are. But, then, a nagging feeling asks me how I will ever know whether or not I would make it if I don't even try. I guess I'm dissatisfied with my life, and I can't figure out why.

What should I do Fonzie?

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There's this guy I see in Arnold's that I think I'm in love with! He's a redhead. and he's friends with Richie Cunningham and Potsie Webber. Maybe you know who I'm talking about? He's a funny, funny man, but I don't think he'd find me very interesting. How can I get him to notice and like me?

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I know the guy, this is easy! Just get yourself a pair of those weird glasses...what are they? Ya know the ones with the slinkys coming out them. Just appraoch this guy wearing those. Yeah, it'll show him you have the same sense of humor. Trust me, this guy will tell enough jokes for BOTH of you, Whoaaaa..
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The girls romantically attached to the Happy Days males see a predicament. All the guys seem to have been set up with us save for a few. But what about their exgirlfriends on the show? Jennifer came crawling around for Potsie and I'm sick of it. Can you find men for them so they'll leave our guys alone?
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OK, I actually have a serious question. This is an idea that I've been batting around with for a while, have talked to people and gotten opinions from people who believe both sides of the situation. But, I'd love to get Fonz' s perspective.

I am currently working at a rather prestigious child care facility. It is a rewarding job, even though it can tend to overwhelm me at times. I have lots of work, and the pay and benefits are nice. And as soon as I finish my degree, I am practically guaranteed to be able to move up to management level. The downside is that I am stuck living in a rural, aggricultural community where it seems the only thing people look forward to is marrying and having kids. I no longer have any single friends. And the fact that they are married/engaged really changes our friendships. I want to travel, and lead an exciting lifestyle. I want to be able to pick up at a moment's notice and do something fun. I want my independence. I really want to move to NY and attend NYU. I want to become a writer. I've only dreamed of being a writer since I was 10 or so. Though, the competetion is crazy and I really know that I'm not as talented as so many people out there are. But, then, a nagging feeling asks me how I will ever know whether or not I would make it if I don't even try. I guess I'm dissatisfied with my life, and I can't figure out why.

What should I do Fonzie?

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I know this isn't Fonzie responding...I think that this is a really big decision to make and you should be commended for taking on such a responsibility. Now as for moving to NY, I think you can never really say how talented you are, it's for other people to say. And from the writing you've done on the board, I think you are an amazingly talented and gifted writer. Now if you can write Happy Days scripts that good, I know you can write novels even better. And there's competition in every job field. Some of it is just more publicized than others. Competition is what makes things work. If you try to be better than everyone else, then you're making a difference. And finally, there's chance and believing in your dreams. So Chachi didn't become a famous singer, he went out there and tried. You'll never know how well you can do unless you try. Where would we be if no one in the world was willing to take a chance?
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OK, I actually have a serious question. This is an idea that I've been batting around with for a while, have talked to people and gotten opinions from people who believe both sides of the situation. But, I'd love to get Fonz' s perspective.

I am currently working at a rather prestigious child care facility. It is a rewarding job, even though it can tend to overwhelm me at times. I have lots of work, and the pay and benefits are nice. And as soon as I finish my degree, I am practically guaranteed to be able to move up to management level. The downside is that I am stuck living in a rural, aggricultural community where it seems the only thing people look forward to is marrying and having kids. I no longer have any single friends. And the fact that they are married/engaged really changes our friendships. I want to travel, and lead an exciting lifestyle. I want to be able to pick up at a moment's notice and do something fun. I want my independence. I really want to move to NY and attend NYU. I want to become a writer. I've only dreamed of being a writer since I was 10 or so. Though, the competetion is crazy and I really know that I'm not as talented as so many people out there are. But, then, a nagging feeling asks me how I will ever know whether or not I would make it if I don't even try. I guess I'm dissatisfied with my life, and I can't figure out why.

What should I do Fonzie?

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I'm glad you came to The Fonz.
A lot of people go through what you're going through. You said it yourself, you'll never know if you don't try. Sure you could take the safe path. But will you be satisfied? You sound like a small town person who aint into small town life, I can dig that. You're young, now's the time to go for it! Get out there. See what life has to offer. It sounds like you work very hard. I can dig that. You're right, there are a lot of writers out there. My friend Richie is one as matter of fact. He followed his dream, he moved to California, and let me tell you, he is doing fabamundo! If you work as hard at NYU as you do at your job know, if you put that work into being a great writer, then the sky's the limit! Also, Roger informs me that people who marry too young usually get divorced. AY, divorce aint cool! Roger also informs me that people the reason is usally that one of both of the not so happily married couple feel they missed out on things. Ayyyyyy, everyone's gotta get a chance to sew their wild oats!
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Ok, now just as me. When you have talent (and you do) you should always try to pursue it. While I can't elaborate too much (some things have to stay private) believe me, I know this to be a fact. I have a website which is starting to do well after two years of endless work.
The point? know exactly what is like to have a gift, that goes used. Until I started doing this site, I was miserable most of the time. When you have a lot fo creativity in you, be it writing or elsewhere, just the average job/life won' t do.
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I know the guy, this is easy! Just get yourself a pair of those weird glasses...what are they? Ya know the ones with the slinkys coming out them. Just appraoch this guy wearing those. Yeah, it'll show him you have the same sense of humor. Trust me, this guy will tell enough jokes for BOTH of you, Whoaaaa..
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Fonzie, Sweetheart, I uummmm.....sorta already fixed Ralph up with CameraQueen. As soon as she finds out you're sending another chick to Ralph, she's going to cut off my head and serve it to you on a silver platter. *quickly packs up her stuff* I'm moving! I have no idea where I'm going or when I'll be back!
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I know this isn't Fonzie responding...I think that this is a really big decision to make and you should be commended for taking on such a responsibility. Now as for moving to NY, I think you can never really say how talented you are, it's for other people to say. And from the writing you've done on the board, I think you are an amazingly talented and gifted writer. Now if you can write Happy Days scripts that good, I know you can write novels even better. And there's competition in every job field. Some of it is just more publicized than others. Competition is what makes things work. If you try to be better than everyone else, then you're making a difference. And finally, there's chance and believing in your dreams. So Chachi didn't become a famous singer, he went out there and tried. You'll never know how well you can do unless you try. Where would we be if no one in the world was willing to take a chance?

WD, that is such beautiful and inspiring advice. Thank you for the compliments, they were so kind. I keep telling myself the same thing-- to just go out and try. There's an old saying that someone I knew used to say all the time, "If you shoot for the moon and miss, at least you fall somewhere among the stars." It refers to not being afraid to set your hopes and dreams too high, because even if you don't reach them you are going to make a difference just by trying.
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Dear Confused,
I'm glad you came to The Fonz.
A lot of people go through what you're going through. You said it yourself, you'll never know if you don't try. Sure you could take the safe path. But will you be satisfied? You sound like a small town person who aint into small town life, I can dig that. You're young, now's the time to go for it! Get out there. See what life has to offer. It sounds like you work very hard. I can dig that. You're right, there are a lot of writers out there. My friend Richie is one as matter of fact. He followed his dream, he moved to California, and let me tell you, he is doing fabamundo! If you work as hard at NYU as you do at your job know, if you put that work into being a great writer, then the sky's the limit! Also, Roger informs me that people who marry too young usually get divorced. AY, divorce aint cool! Roger also informs me that people the reason is usally that one of both of the not so happily married couple feel they missed out on things. Ayyyyyy, everyone's gotta get a chance to sew their wild oats!
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Fonzie,

But do you honestly believe that a girl born and raised as a small town girl can become a big city girl? And it is very difficult to pack up and leave all my friends and family. To set off on a new life, in a completely different environment, and not even know if I could make it is a tad scary. Though, I guess all the great people only made it because they were brave enough to go out there even though they were scared to try. I remember when I was a kid in school and we studied famous presidents, musicians, and performers. I was always in such awe over how these people took such huge risks to go out into the world and try their hand at greatness. I was impressed with their determination. They knew there was a chance they'd fail, but they didn't want to go on with the rest of their lives never knowing what would have happened had they only tried.


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