Re: Gov't Shutdown Sob Stories - Give me a break
Date: October 21, 2013 04:51PM
> Shove it up up your reeking ass, you pathetic
> worthless fucktard.
Such amazingly eloquent dialogue you are capable of. And you expect us to believe your fantasies and lies about how accomplished you are?
> Too stupid. Along...easy access to. You have to
> invent shit out of thin air just to be able to
> have something to lie about. Fucking worthless
> piece of low-grade contaminated squid-shit.
Just like the lie that they live on Osbourn? Huh, liar?
> 2) all the homes worth seven figures;
> Fumble-fucked yet again, you hapless dickwad.
> Everyone here is a millionaire various times over.
> And while home sales are not a common event in
> these parts, there are some that could well go for
> less than a million in the current
> still-correcting market.
Still correcting market? Too bad you live in a shitty neighborhood that hasn't corrected itself yet, asswipe. People with brains don't live in a neighborhood that is still correcting.
> Yet while you're over
> there on the wrong side of what used to be the
> tracks trying to keep the rats out of the attic,
> I'm still sitting here enjoying the autumn views
> from the veranda behind my seven-figure home in my
> seven-figure neighborhood. Not likely, but see if
> you can get a job with my yard guy. You might
> have a chance to check it out some day.
I don't venture out to neighborhoods that are still correcting themselves. No way of knowing what sort of idiot I'd run into. Oh wait, it would be a colossal idiot like you.
> 3) horses are commonplace.
> Wow! You got that one right!
> > That neighborhood doesn't exist, but
> > don't let that fact stop you from lying.
> Bwahahaha! It doesn't exist anywhere near the
> relative slums that you inhabit, Jethro, but the
> folks around here continue to regale themselves in
> it daily. The equestrians in particular seem to
> enjoy it.
The horses in your mind enjoy it too!
> > Two doors down.
> Didn't that used to be the gas station?
No, I was not your place of employment.
> > Too bad that ain't you, chubs.
> Yeah, it is. Has been for quite a long time.
Dreams don't count.
> > You'd give your left sack to live in my
> > neighborhood. The problem is that you couldn't
> g> keep up with the annual taxes as they are
> > more than you make in six months.
> Well, I pay the taxes on this place in about two
> weeks. And there's really quite a bit left over
> after that, you worthless ignorant scum-sucker.
I'm sure taxes on a neighborhood that is still correcting in this market are affordable to most 9 to 5 drones.
> > Nah, you are all butthurt and bitchy. You
> > annoyed, you are downright angry and that makes
> > happy.
> Just amusing myself with the intellectual
> equivalent of pulling the wings off of flies. You
> apparently have no idea of how incredibly poorly
> you are doing at this. Or you do and are just too
> right-wing fucking gutless to face up to any of
Umm, you're the one running like a lil bitch from your lies.
> > You can still have appreciating assets and a
> > months mortgage in the checking account. Well,
> > can, apparently you and the Ferris' are too
> > or don't have the income to accomplish that.
> Running away to nowhere near the point again,
> asswipe. A TSP loan is a quite rational way of
> providing short-term liquidity. You fell down all
> over that point due to your lack of any sort of
> financial savvy at all.
Given the direct and indirect costs of a TSP loan, it is never a wise financial move to borrow money from it. The fact that you think this is a rational financial move indicates your mom probably still balances your checkbook.
> > Look at Mr. Bigshot with a lawn mowing service.
> Yeah, I actually HAVE a lawn. And a lot of
> landscaping. In your neck of the woods, we tend
> to come instead across barren patches of dust.
Now you think I live in some desert? You are a fucking moron to the Nth degree.
> > I've NEVER known anyone with a lawn mowing
> Wow! No one?
And you are too stupid to grasp sarcasm.
> I'm hardly surprised that you would be familiar
> with Upscale Resale. I'm sure you spent many
> hours there ogling and dreaming. But there is no
> view of Arby's. That's way down by the corner,
> beyond the H-Mart and across the street from
> Merrifield Garden Center. Such a clueless little
Yup, no Arby's view. Instead you had a view of the VDOT salt and sand domes. That's really classy! LOL!
> Well, if for some reason you simply had to have a
> bordeaux, you could go with the 2010 Chateau
> Batailley Pauillac at $125 a bottle.
Yeah, if I wanted to wait six years to open it, I might just order that, dipshit.
> We went with a couple of the Darioush Napa Chardonnay. It's
> quite good. Ever had it?
Sure. It is a decent bottle for the price.
> And of course, I didn't
> go there for the wine. I went there because it's
> new. And I know two of the principals. Good to
> be able to provide a little feedback next time I
> see them. Of course, at your station in life,
> there would be no need of understanding how
> big-money networking occurs.
You're right, I don't network in restaurants in Merrifield. I'll stick to the club.
> The same folks own
> the other two stores on the property -- Open Road
> or whatever and the Italian Market. Stopped into
> Open Road after dinner. It looks like it should
> do well. Pretty good crowd in there for 10:30 on
> a weeknight. Haven't done the Italian Market yet,
> or Taylor's over in the Mosaic District. I'll
> have to get over there soon.
You get right on that. Must be awesome to have to drive to some mediocre restaurant in Merrifield from horse country!
> Hilarious. What's a ribeye at 2941? Is it served
> for two at $95, you ignorant pussy-pants fuckwad?
> How about at Chez Francois or at The Inn? And by
> that of course, I mean the one at Little
> Washington, not the one in Vienna. Worthless
> downscale dumbshit!
I usually don't order off the menu at the aforementioned places, so I have no idea what a ribeye costs there.
> Of course you hadn't, The Original Pancake House
> would be more your speed.
Is that where you work now? I'll be sure to go in there and look for the dumbass and leave a nice tip.
> Uh-huh. Kind of a stretch there, Shorty,
> considering that you'd never fucking heard of the
> place until I just mentioned it. What a
> completely useless turd-brain.
Yeah, sorry, I didn't get my edition of Merrifield Monthly to let me know. Glad to see you did. Did you enjoy the articles on radio towers and run down shopping centers?
> Anyway, in the
> unlikely event that you rake in some really good
> Christmas tips from the paper route, the
> unimaginative porkbelly was very good, and the
> unspectacular home+made orecchiette was excellent
> as well. You know, I sometimes worry about
> broccoli rabe, but it fit this dish very nicely.
I am sure it stacked up for a rube like you. But, then again, we both know you are full of shit.
> Assuming that you actually have a garage -- not
> all that common down in the dumps -- you are
> correct that I wouldn't consider living in it for
> all the money in the world. Where would the
> horses go? I don't own them myself, but what if
> friends came over?
No horses? Can't keep up with the Jones'?
> That's a pretty harsh thing to say to a one-time
> White House Fellow and former US rep to the OECD.
> Among other things.
Perhaps if you were those things, it might be, but it is just another line of bullshit from you. What's wrong, can dish it out, but can't take it, pussy?
> You already blew yourself up on that shit,
> dumbfuck. If there is even ONE such neighborhood
> alkong the W&OD, it is altogether possible that I
> indeed live in it.
No, it isn't. You may have visited it, but your sorry ass lives nowhere near opulence.
> This despite your fumbling
> asshat childish tirades and tantrums to the
> contrary. Go see if you can find someone to
> change your diaper, fuckwad.
Diaper fetish too? You are one sick queer.