WOW! What a way to recount your numerous fuck ups followed by preposterous excuses. I guess those stinging defeats really do nag at you on a constant basis. It explains why you think about me so much and see me behind every post.
Wasted draft pick Wrote:
> 1. Like Burning Tree, you have never played a
> round of golf at Coyote Moon or any other course
> in the Lake Tahoe area. You have in fact never
> been to Lake Tahoe. Further, you don't actually
> do golf and were on that account perplexed by such
> common terms as 'dogleg' and 'knife'. You
> proceeded to step in the shit about a simple photo
> of a dogleg in 2014. Then you did the exact same
> thing all over again in 2018.
Wrong on all accounts. I didn't have to resort to claiming a picture taken by a random photographer belonged to me though. That's the province of lying fuckheads like you. As for a knife and dogleg, that again was your imagination running wild again.
In order to refresh your memory, most people don't hit a knife when they are in their prime (let alone in their 90s). It's not my fault you can't understand the English language. Anyone who'd ever picked up a club would recognize the factual nature of my statement. It's further proof your knowledge of golf comes from Google and watching a couple of tournaments on TV.
How convenient for you that when pressed on the matter, you had to resort to some foolish claim of physical handicap as to why you can't play. I hope you and that decrepit hag of yours have your Life Call dues paid up. Sounds like you need them.
> 2. You never rode any water-taxi from La Guardia
> to midtown Manhattan at all, much less on an
> "almost weekly" basis. No such service under any
> name had operated for nearly 15 years at the time
> of your phony claims, those having been just more
> poorly crafted bullshit based on your low-grade
> Google skills. And as was the case with Lake
> Tahoe, you betrayed yourself in knowing none of
> what an actual frequent traveler to midtown
> Manhattan would have known about the area.
You're right. I've never ridden on any water taxi from LaGuardia. I've also never claimed to have done so. However, the individual claiming as much has certainly used you, much as I have, as a punching bag over the years.
> 3. Esca itself is a so-so seafood place that you
> have also never been to. You came up with it only
> in a long ago Google search that listed "bay
> scallops" among the primary search terms. You
> were attempting at the time to save yourself from
> a series of clown claims and goober gaffes related
> to scallops, but you ended only in making matters
> worse for yourself. And let's forget all about
> Rockport and Dave Pasternak and simply wonder if
> you now hold Mario Batali in such high regard as
> you once did? After all, he was first forced into
> a $5.25 million settlement with 1,100 of his
> employees over years worth of tip-skimming scams,
> and after that? OMG!
Never been there or claimed to have been there.
> 4. And as in #1 above, you have repeatedly
> botched vintages and varietals in trying to pass
> yourself off as some sort of bon vivant and "wine
> guy". Available for cheap on the internet, and
> desperate dashing over to the liquor store to snap
> a few photos have not been a help to you here.
When your errant photoshop claim failed, you had to concoct the whole Total Wine preposterous story. When that fell apart, you brought up MacArthur after I had mentioned it in another thread regarding another bottle of wine outside your reach. (oh, that's right, your decrepit hag can't handle the red wine). Of course, this happened after I had to inform you of the significance of vintages. You were trying to pass off 2010s as 2000s. In the end, even your MacArthur fuck up fell flat on it's face. Per usual, you couldn't substantiate your bullshit claims. This, of course, happened again when you had to resort to the feeble spring training pile of shit you stepped in.
> 5. In keeping with the theme of general confusion
> on your part, you have been nonplussed by far more
> than just golf terms and US idioms, struggling as
> well with simple word pairs such as peeled and
> unpeeled, raveled and unraveled, and shelled and
> unshelled. You were further set back simply by
> the use as nouns of such words as deviant and
> insouciant. What could account for that?
Nowhere did I indicate that unpeeled wasn't a word. You merely inferred it. I did, however, make fun of you for using it. Irregardless is a word you can find in Merriam Webster as well. It doesn't mean you should use it if you want to sound even half way intelligent. The same can be said of unpeel, which is why very few, if any, use the ridiculous term.
In fact, it is obvious you were attempting to use the popular idiom of peeling (back the layers of) the onion. The word unpeel does not appear in any educated person's version of that idiom.
> 6. Your faked 2016 trip to Florida was of course
> concocted in an attempt to ease envy and butthurt
> over my weekend jaunt down to Atlanta to attend
> the Nats' Opening Day game there. Your own fake
> photos in that case were mocked by a gallery of my
> own, each clearly showing me to have been in some
> different city all across America. What a debacle
> for you! Glad in the end of course that I was
> able to get in an MLB game at Turner Field before
> it closed. And dinner at "Canoe" the night before
> was indeed excellent.
Your fake trip to Atlanta was poorly fabricated after I called you out for not being down at spring training while I was clearly there.
Posted by: Dead zone ()
Date: March 22, 2016 09:22AM
not geographically challenged Wrote:
> PS - isn't it about time for your made up trip to
> the Space Coast. You've got about two weeks to
> make up the details of your fake trip. If you
> were actually going, I'd buy you a bag of peanuts,
> but we both know you aren't.
Is that your famous ENVY and BUTTHURT showing yet again? Hahaha! Stew in it, you miserable degraded Falls Church unfortunate. Meanwhile, we are very much looking forward to the 2017 trip to the Nats' new Spring Training home in Palm Beach, but we've been to Viera so many times now that we're doing something a little different this year -- flying down to Atlanta for the Nats season opener at Turner Field.
When I offered to buy you a bag of peanuts, that is a clear implication I was going there. If you were a baseball fan, you'd know peanuts are a popular game time snack food and have been for quite some time. You know the whole "buy me some peanuts and Crackerjacks.." Actually, seeing you know very little, I doubt you do know what I am referring to.
Then, like the wine debacle, you got flustered with photographic evidence that caused that little gerbil in your skull to bust a vein working overtime. You had excuse after excuse and in the end you were exposed as a total fraud.
Let's not forget your Town Car fuck up that emanated from your poorly invented trip. Remember, even then, the Town Car was not even suitable for UberBlack. You should have known that given that "you have" UberBlack. LOL! Dope!
> 7. Closer to home, you have never been able to
> grasp the "sticks out like a sore thumb" fact that
> a 30-foot cliff exists in the middle of what used
> to be South Falls Church. Nor that the Karaoke
> Inn (sic) had been closed for two years by the
> time you made reference to it. Nor that the
> building next door had once housed a subs and
> pizza place. Nor that the shortest actually
> passable walking or driving route between the
> Budget Inn and Quarry Inn is a matter of multiple
> city blocks.
You only concocted your elevation excuse after it was shown to you that the adjacent properties are on the same block of Lee Highway. Even the police reports call it the 7100 Block of Lee Highway. Calling a parking lot an access road, of course, doesn't help your case in any way.
To show just how stupid your point is, imagine standing on the observation deck of the Empire State Building (it's a famous building in NYC). It sits on 5th Avenue between W 33rd and 34th Streets. All of a sudden, you get a hankering for a Spicy Italian (and no, I don't mean your boyfriend over in Morris Park). You know there is a Subway restaurant on the same block located in a building next door on 33rd Street. Your most direct route would be to hurl yourself off the observation deck and land right in front of said Subway. Even though you are a man of obvious limited intellectual capability, you know that this would end your life. You wisely choose to take the elevator or stairs to the lobby of the Empire State Building to the lobby and walk next door to get your Spicy Italian.
Clearly not the most direct route, but you are still on the same block. The same applies here to the adjoining properties and your imaginary cliff (which is really a hill).
> 8. Then of course, there is all the dark matter
> of the Water wars, in which poor little Falls
> Church City was thoroughly thrashed by giant
> Fairfax Water. Crushed in court and by the Corps
> of Engineers, the City side was ultimately forced
> to settle for what it had previously called
> pennies-on-the-dollar along with some minor land
> swaps that amounted to a net gain of about two
> whole acres. Many single-family properties out
> toward the Sweet Spot are zoned as large as that.
Reminder: Millions of dollars and prime real estate next to a Metro station for a nonperforming asset is not losing.
> 9. And we can't forget either the ensuing Chicken
> Wars wherein you foolishly sought to defend the
> premise that if a particular place serves chicken,
> it must be a "chicken place." Such folly was of
> course doomed and quickly came to miserable
> failure, having been undertaken at all only in a
> misguided attempt to paper over yet another of the
> many glaring deficiencies in the so-called 'dining
> scene' in Falls Church City.
Only when presented with the fact that residents would prefer the tasty fried chicken from Liberty, did you come up with this whole idea of a "chicken place." Just like every other excuse you have, it is irrelevant.
Maybe that's because Falls Church residents prefer it to your so-called chicken places.
Look at that. Liberty rated as having the best fried chicken over places like Chick-fil-A and Popeyes.
Let's not forget that this thread brought out your Brookmont Bob sock puppet which was a royal fuck. You really got your face rubbed in the shit for that one. You tried to recover with more feeble excuses, but just like every other time, you went down in flames.
> 10. Lastly, we must remember that this list
> actually goes on and on and on, and that the
> enumeration here of particular crass collapses and
> failures should not be construed to deny or
> disparage the existence or importance of a wide
> array of other such collapses and failures. While
> being back-burnered at the present time, certainly
> some of that shameful mess can be expected to come
> to the fore in the normal course of future
> business here.
I'm not sure why you want to relive all of your massive failures. I guess you reap what you sew. LOL!