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Wtodd
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Tampa, FL
Member since Oct 2013
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re: What is the most valuable skill your old man taught you?
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What is the most valuable skill your old man taught you?

Never do anything like him; he was a POS for a father and husband


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Scuttle Buttin
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Same here. I was never aloud to say "I can't"


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bonescanner
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2011
1869 posts

probably not a skill the OP is talking about, but just being an overall good person for my family. Not showing frustration and keeping stress away from my kids. And the importance of spending time in the outdoors.


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Veritas
East Carolina Fan
Raleigh, NC
Member since Feb 2005
4999 posts

Don’t give up


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dgnx6
Atlanta Braves Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2006
55003 posts

Hold and shoot a gun properly.





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SlidellCajun
LSU Fan
Slidell la
Member since May 2019
7952 posts

How to read the wall st journal and understand balance sheets.
It was almost life changing


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CatfishJohn
LSU Fan
Member since Jun 2020
8630 posts

How to be a good dad.


LSU-MNCBABY
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Knightsgate
Member since Jan 2004
23453 posts

Gab


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Purplehaze
LSU Fan
spring, tx
Member since Dec 2003
1471 posts

There are two qualities that make you a real man. Honor and Integrity.


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makersmark1
Auburn Fan
earth
Member since Oct 2011
12665 posts

1. PAY YOURSELF FIRST.
2. You are not here to solve all the world’s problems.
3. Work is what it is.It is not your family.
It is not your friends. Work is a means to an end.
The “end” is being able to have your money “work” for you.



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The Torch
LSU Fan
DFW The Dub
Member since Aug 2014
16716 posts

How to fish

The old man loved to fish, mostly crappie but would go after other stuff at times.

He always took me as a kid and I still have a love for it and go as much as I can, I bass fish mainly though.


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rantfan
LSU Fan
new iberia la
Member since Nov 2012
14010 posts

Skill of having patience with your wife and kids, having integrity, and always being aware that your kids watching you and taking notes.


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ShermanTxTiger
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Broussard, La
Member since Oct 2007
10284 posts
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Tieing a tie...

That's all I got...


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Miketheseventh
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put stuff back where you got it. You never lose it if you do that.

And if you have to borrow something you need and don’t have return it as soon as you are finished with it.


Hamma1122
Member since Sep 2016
16333 posts

When the going get tough. The tough get going


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TexasTiger90
Rocky Mountain High
Member since Jul 2014
3576 posts

How to hold the flashlight and get yelled at


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The Spleen
Alabama Fan
Member since Dec 2010
38863 posts

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And if you have to borrow something you need and don’t have return it as soon as you are finished with it.



And return it in the same shape, or better, when you return it.


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lshuge
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2017
766 posts

Quitters never win and winners never quit.


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bcflash
bossier city
Member since Oct 2016
285 posts

To not beat your children like he did....


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Thracken13
New Orleans Saints Fan
Aft Cargo Hold of Serenity
Member since Feb 2010
13687 posts

to fish - he always told me, to know how to catch fish is to ensure you are never hungry


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