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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 01, 2019 02:26PM

You Google all over. You can’t even describe where the Brockmont neighborhood is located let alone post a link to a home for sale or recently sold there. Might want to call MPD to launch an investigation into the epic ass beating you’re getting here. DCPD! LOL! Dope.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 01, 2019 02:56PM

There’s DCPS too, you know. Well, probably you don’t know, since you’d never heard of either a popular neighborhood or a two-year old Bolivian eatery that are barely down the street from you. Fail!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 01, 2019 03:26PM

LOL! Now you’re contending that DC Public Schools we’re blocking the streets? Dope, you know you meant law enforcement and the local LEOs are known as MPD in DC.

If this so called Brockmont is so popular, you’d be able to describe where it is located or provide a link to a home for sale or recently sold there. You can’t do either. Either you’re lying about what it is called or you’re incompetent. Which is it?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 01, 2019 05:17PM

seven figure city Wrote:
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> LOL! Now you’re contendingslow that DC Public Schools we’re
> blocking the streets? Dope, you know you meant law
> enforcement and the local LEOs are known as MPD in DC.

Slow as molasses. DCPS is to FCPS as DCPD is to FCPD. Even YOU got that one right on the first try. That’s way better than you did on your historic salad flop.

> If this so called Brockmont is so popular, you’d
> be able to describe where it is located or provide
> a link to a home for sale or recently sold there.
> You can’t do either. Either you’re lying about
> what it is called or you’re incompetent. Which
> is it?

I am not affiliated with Redfin, Trulia, or Zillow. You will need to deal with them directly. Would you like a phone number?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 01, 2019 05:44PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> seven figure city Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > LOL! Now you’re contendingslow that DC Public
> Schools we’re
> > blocking the streets? Dope, you know you meant
> law
> > enforcement and the local LEOs are known as MPD
> in DC.
>
> Slow as molasses. DCPS is to FCPS as DCPD is to
> FCPD. Even YOU got that one right on the first
> try. That’s way better than you did on your
> historic salad flop.

Dope, you can't walk back this fuck up. It's known as MPD, nothing else. Own the fuck up or continue to be mocked for it. It's just another in a long list of fuck ups you'll be mocked for. MPD is to FCPD. That's it. That's the way it has been, is ans will be. Anything else is just like you - rubbish.


> > If this so called Brockmont is so popular,
> you’d
> > be able to describe where it is located or
> provide
> > a link to a home for sale or recently sold
> there.
> > You can’t do either. Either you’re lying
> about
> > what it is called or you’re incompetent.
> Which
> > is it?
>
> I am not affiliated with Redfin, Trulia, or
> Zillow. You will need to deal with them directly.
> Would you like a phone number?

So, youre incompetent. You don't understand how any of those websites work. If you did, you'd be able to provide a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. The fact that you can't only magnifies the fact you're an incompetent boob.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 01, 2019 07:02PM

Grow up, little boy. MPD is a head-scratcher. DCPD is so obvious that even a deeply challenged total dope (that would be you) immediately knew just what it meant. Good work by me.

Your descent into the maelstrom meanwhile began when I posted this...

"In the past month, 178 homes have been sold in Falls Church. In addition to houses in Falls Church, there were also 77 condos, 47 townhouses, and 0 multi-family units for sale in Falls Church last month. Popular neighborhoods include East Falls Church, Great Forest, Oakwood, and Brockmont. This map is refreshed with the newest listings in Falls Church every 15 minutes."

It comes directly from a Redfin website originally used to make you look stupid over your moron-level 'Seven Figure City' claims. It has since come in handy as well in highlighting what an unstable weak-ass loser you are across the board. Pathetically half-baked, as ever.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 01, 2019 07:28PM

MPD is not a head scratcher if you know anything about the area. Clearly the commonly known and understood names of neighborhoods are not the only concepts foreign to you in this region.

If you know how to use Redfin, why can't you provide a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood? You can keep ducking it like a coward, but it's not going away.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: MPDC ()
Date: August 01, 2019 10:34PM

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https://mpdc.dc.gov/


#BrockmontBobsBlunders

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Dimwit fails again ()
Date: August 02, 2019 12:13AM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Grow up, little boy. MPD is a head-scratcher.
> DCPD is so obvious that even a deeply challenged
> total dope (that would be you) immediately knew
> just what it meant. Good work by me.
>
> Your descent into the maelstrom meanwhile began
> when I posted this...
>
> "In the past month, 178 homes have been sold in
> Falls Church. In addition to houses in Falls
> Church, there were also 77 condos, 47 townhouses,
> and 0 multi-family units for sale in Falls Church
> last month. Popular neighborhoods include East
> Falls Church, Great Forest, Oakwood, and
> Brockmont. This map is refreshed with the
> newest listings in Falls Church every 15
> minutes."

>
> It comes directly from a Redfin website originally
> used to make you look stupid over your moron-level
> 'Seven Figure City' claims. It has since come in
> handy as well in highlighting what an unstable
> weak-ass loser you are across the board.
> Pathetically half-baked, as ever.


1ce more, it's been shown Dim Wit deserves his name. It's MPD, you dumb ass retard, not DCPD. nobody but a DimWit calls it that,.....oh, ....wait! That's right, you ARE the Original Dim Wit.

1ce more, Dim Wit is a total failure.

1ce more, Dim Wit is PWND, totally, thoroughly absolutely 110% PWND.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: HI! I'm Dim Wit! ()
Date: August 02, 2019 12:35AM

High! my nayme iz dim wit. Imuh reel samrt libruhull. I goe arown telling everbuddy how samrt I am win I'm reelee jus uhnuther Jethro. I live in a notell motel on Rte 1S I drank Ripple ever dey en wach Girl Scout 5 pitch sofball en tale ever 1 I wint 2 Nashunllz Park.

Im' reel gay, 2.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 08:52AM

seven figure city Wrote:
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> MPD is not a head scratcher if you know anything
> about the area. Clearly the commonly known and
> understood names of neighborhoods are not the only
> concepts foreign to you in this region.

LOL! This is just great! A worthless Generac-buying blowhard who can't keep up with the scene in tiny and utterly inconsequential Falls Church City is proposing now to lecture about the District of Columbia. Have you ever lived there? Have your ever even BEEN there? We already know that I was there yesterday, and the day before, and two days before that. And through my LLC, I owned a rather nice townhouse in SEDC between February of 2005 and February of 2019. I can also tell you that the formal acronym you are vainly searching for is actually MPDDC. In everyday usage of course, there is little point in using any form of such an arcane formality, when -- like FCPD or NYPD -- DCPD will more quickly and more assuredly be recognized, even by total dopes. As was already demonstrated above.

> If you know how to use Redfin, why can't you provide
> a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the
> Brockmont neighborhood? You can keep ducking it like
> a coward, but it's not going away.

Oh dear! I had been rather effectively using Redfin for some time in making you once again look like a total dope, this time over your 'Seven-Figure City' stupidity. Strung yourself right up with that one! But one day as I was discovering yet another six-figure Little City home up for sale, I also came across the now-famous Redfin post proclaiming the popularity of Brockmont -- you know, the one that has driven you stark raving mad ever since it was first posted? LOL! I'd say I'm doing just fine with all that, thank you.

For reservations at Luzmary by the way, dial 703-533-1105. To speak with a Redfin representative, the number is 1-844-759-7732.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 10:33AM

Well, this thread certainly has been plagued by some serious pollution problems of late, but the air quality index out here in the glorious Sweet Spot remains quite good. Looks like some significant showers will be moving in over the afternoon hours, and these may be staying around for a while as well. Could be that such additional saturation will mean the end of the line for poor old flood-prone Falls Church City. Meanwhile, without any recent wildlife sightings to report, we out this way are looking at some overcast skies with gentle breezes and temps reaching now into the low 70's. The humidity may spike later on, but it's no worse than 80% just now. So a tad on the muggy side, but still pleasant out there, just not quite pleasant enough to take this cup of freshly-brewed single-estate Kona and go sit for a spell out on the back patio. That will have to wait for another day.

In other news, the Nats were of course off on Thursday and will be trying to right the ship on the road against the D'backs tonight. Having not upgraded the rotation at the trade deadline, they are scheduled at this point to start Joe Ross, which would not bode well for the team's chances even if he weren't slated to go up against Robbie Ray. It's pretty much looking like toss-in-the-towel time for the Nats now, but at least we did get a delightful Spring Training and two entertaining regular season months out of them. Just a shame that the season itself is actually six.

And speaking of shame, the pitiful folks from the abyss have once again been badly messed up of late by yet more rounds of raging ignorance, envy, and butthurt. This keeps happening to such an extent that it hardly qualifies as news anymore. Massive stupidity and failure are just what's come to be expected from them with no sort of break or form of interruption at all. What a pathetic bunch of sorry-ass dorks and losers.

PS. Enjoyed the leftover gnocchi with lobster in cream sauce for supper last night. Mmm-mmm, good! It was almost better the second time around!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: MPDC ()
Date: August 02, 2019 11:52AM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> seven figure city Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > MPD is not a head scratcher if you know
> anything
> > about the area. Clearly the commonly known and
> > understood names of neighborhoods are not the
> only
> > concepts foreign to you in this region.
>
> LOL! This is just great! A worthless
> Generac-buying blowhard who can't keep up with the
> scene in tiny and utterly inconsequential Falls
> Church City is proposing now to lecture about the
> District of Columbia. Have you ever lived there?
> Have your ever even BEEN there? We already know
> that I was there yesterday, and the day before,
> and two days before that. And through my LLC, I
> owned a rather nice townhouse in SEDC between
> February of 2005 and February of 2019. I can also
> tell you that the formal acronym you are vainly
> searching for is actually MPDDC. In everyday
> usage of course, there is little point in using
> any form of such an arcane formality, when -- like
> FCPD or NYPD -- DCPD will more quickly and more
> assuredly be recognized, even by total dopes. As
> was already demonstrated above.
>
> > If you know how to use Redfin, why can't you
> provide
> > a link to a home for sale or recently sold in
> the
> > Brockmont neighborhood? You can keep ducking it
> like
> > a coward, but it's not going away.
>
> Oh dear! I had been rather effectively using
> Redfin for some time in making you once again look
> like a total dope, this time over your
> 'Seven-Figure City' stupidity. Strung yourself
> right up with that one! But one day as I was
> discovering yet another six-figure Little City
> home up for sale, I also came across the
> now-famous Redfin post proclaiming the popularity
> of Brockmont -- you know, the one that has driven
> you stark raving mad ever since it was first
> posted? LOL! I'd say I'm doing just fine with
> all that, thank you.
>
> For reservations at Luzmary by the way, dial
> 703-533-1105. To speak with a Redfin
> representative, the number is 1-844-759-7732.


large_metropolitan2__26181.1443566675.12

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 12:23PM

For obvious reasons of space, the folks at DCPD left out ‘Department of the’.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: MPDC ()
Date: August 02, 2019 12:45PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> For obvious reasons of space, the folks at DCPD
> left out ‘Department of the’.


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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 12:55PM

Hmmm. No ‘Department’. Got any more FAIL to offer?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 01:03PM

Maybe you should just realize that the formal name is Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia, and that a variety of acronyms is actually used to refer to it, meaning that none is definitive.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: MPDC ()
Date: August 02, 2019 01:05PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Hmmm. No ‘Department’. Got any more FAIL to
> offer?


https://mpdc.dc.gov

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: MPDC ()
Date: August 02, 2019 01:06PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Maybe you should just realize that the formal name
> is Metropolitan Police Department of the District
> of Columbia, and that a variety of acronyms is
> actually used to refer to it, meaning that none is
> definitive.


So IOW not DCPD.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 04:07PM

Chief Lanier left DCPD in 2016.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: MPDC ()
Date: August 02, 2019 05:12PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Chief Lanier left DCPD in 2016.


Figured that out all by yourself did ya?


large_metropolitan2__26181.1443566675.12

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 05:20PM

Yes. Rock Newman and I were big fans.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 02, 2019 05:55PM

You had a choice when it came to your DCPD fuck up. You could’ve owned it like a man or dig in deep like a moronic coward too afraid to admit your mistakes. You chose the route of a massive pussy. Hardly a surprise and you’ve got a chorus of posters justly mocking you for it.

Meanwhile, Redfin has been tormenting you for quite some time. Your inability to post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. Is only frustrating you further.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 06:14PM

What a hopeless ass.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 02, 2019 06:28PM

The only thing hopeless is your ability to provide a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood.

You had a chance to be a man, you opted to be a nutless coward. Good job, not only are you stupid and stubborn, you're a massive pussy. You were destined to nothing but failure.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 06:57PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 02, 2019 07:01PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 07:05PM

We’ve seen such two-year old tantrums before. You forfeit everything in such behavior.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Dude Morgenthau ()
Date: August 02, 2019 07:13PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> We’ve seen such two-year old tantrums before.
> You forfeit everything in such behavior.

“This aggression will not stand, man.”

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 02, 2019 07:38PM

You get your ass handed to you and you attempt to fuck up the thread formatting. You are a pussy. No matter, it's not going to help you post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. It also won't fix your MPD blunder.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 03, 2019 10:20AM

Well, guess what -- it's another terrific morning for the fortunate few of us able to live our upscale lives out here among the beautifully woods-bound leas and lawns of the Sweet Spot. And the usual complement of a cup of freshly-brewed single-estate Kona is only making matters even better. Like any of our wildlife friends, those rains that had been forecast for yesterday never did make it into the picture, and now we are left to deal with what I guess could be called hazy blue skies and humidity that sits just shy of the 90% mark. But the mercury is at a nicely restrained 69 degrees at the moment, meaning that things are still quite pleasant out this way, at least for the time being. It's supposed to cloud up some later on and showers then are still possible, but temps are never expected to make it as far as 85 degrees, so this will likely turn out to be just another one of those days that's so much nicer than what oppresses those poor fools back east. Freedom from want has just never come their way at all.

In other news, the deservedly much-maligned Joe Ross walked a whole bunch of people last night, but he somehow made it into the sixth inning having allowed just one hit. The something-old/something-new bullpen didn't give up any hits at all the rest of the way, and the Nats came away with a 3-0 win in the first game of their weekend series with the Rockies. We've got Strasburg and Corbin lined up next, and after that it's possible that Scherzer could be ready. Turns out though that Tony Sipp has joined Javy Guerra and Michael Blazek in being tossed off the roster to make room for new guys. Like Blazek, but unlike Guerra, Sipp had not actually been useful for a while.

And speaking of having no real use at all, the fucked up frauds from Falls Church City have simply boiled over and sailed off the edge of the earth in their latest and even more disgracefully childish rounds of plodding ignorance, envy, and butthurt. What a lot of worthless and completely sorry-ass loserness they have managed to spit out of late. There is no actual 'scholar' among them nor any 'well-read person'. Just the ragged and derelict remains of some lowly, battered, and never more than third-rate intellect.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 03, 2019 11:57AM

seven figure city Wrote:
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> You get your ass handed to you and you attempt to
> fuck up the thread formatting. You are a pussy.

We saw you pull the same low-grade stunt back on Page-1 when you were getting your feeble financial ass kicked under the now-abandoned handle of ‘Lowe Kashflowe’. No matter what you call yourself and no matter the time of year, this kindergarten behavior of yours is all just a reflexive part of your never better than childish personal pathos.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 03, 2019 04:53PM

Never posted under such a handle. Once again, your inability to differentiate between obviously different individuals posting here is legendary. Unlike you, I don't need to post under sock puppets. In fact, you suck at that too. You're so bad at it, you make unforced errors like lying about the vital status of your parents.

What is also obvious is you're ashamed of your continued ass beating over your incompetence when it comes to posting a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. Your embarrassment concerning that has only been exacerbated by your MPD blunder.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Chap my ass ()
Date: August 03, 2019 05:04PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 03, 2019 06:28PM

^^^ The behavior of a colicky two-year old. This is what we expect from Falls Church lowlifes once their deficits have reached a certain level. Seen it before. We'll see it again. The dopes simply have no control over themselves.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 03, 2019 06:36PM

LOL! You're the likely culprit behind his nonsense. It's just another feeble attempt to distract from the fact you can't post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. That failure on your part is only exacerbated by your recent MPD blunder.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Hello Boys........... ()
Date: August 03, 2019 06:44PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 03, 2019 06:47PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 03, 2019 06:49PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 03, 2019 07:16PM

All that sorry ‘Seven Figure City’ has left to do now is to pee and poop all over himself. Can’t live where I live. Can’t do what I do. Can’t dine where I dine. Sucks to be ‘Seven Figure City.’

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 03, 2019 07:53PM

LOL! You really are dumb enough to believe anyone thinks I'm behind this charade to distract from the fact you can't post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. That failure on your part is only exacerbated by your recent MPD blunder.

The very obvious and simple fact is I have no desire to live in a decaying shithole propped up by a carport, eat at low grade slop houses like Red Lobster or be a degenerate confirmed sociopathic compulsive liar. That's all you are and all you'll ever be.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Dim Wit shown to be full of it ()
Date: August 04, 2019 12:20AM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Well, guess what -- it's another terrific morning
> for the fortunate few of us able to live our
> upscale lives out here among the beautifully
> woods-bound leas and lawns of the Sweet Spot.



^^^^^BULLSHIT. YOu're making that shit up, dimwit. nobody believes you.


And
> the usual complement of a cup of freshly-brewed
> single-estate Kona is only making matters even
> better.



Over priced and not worth it. A waste of money by someone who keeps telling us how smart he is with his money.



Like any of our wildlife friends, those

The only wildlife "friends" you have are rats and raccoons, dimwit. You're too much of an asshole to have anyone or anything bother with you.




>

> much nicer than what oppresses those poor fools
> back east. Freedom from want has just never come
> their way at all.



You got the same shitty weather as everybody else, dimwit; nobody believes you. Even your sock puppets don't believe your BS.


>
> In other news, the deservedly much-maligned Joe
> Ross walked a whole bunch of people last night,
> but he somehow made it into the sixth inning
> having allowed just one hit. The
> something-old/something-new bullpen didn't give up
> any hits at all the rest of the way, and the Nats
> came away with a 3-0 win in the first game of
> their weekend series with the Rockies. We've got
> Strasburg and Corbin lined up next, and after that
> it's possible that Scherzer could be ready. Turns
> out though that Tony Sipp has joined Javy Guerra
> and Michael Blazek in being tossed off the roster
> to make room for new guys. Like Blazek, but
> unlike Guerra, Sipp had not actually been useful
> for a while.


Shut the fuck up, dimwit. You don't know shit about baseball.


>
> And speaking of having no real use at all, the
> fucked up frauds from Falls Church City have
> simply boiled over and sailed off the edge of the
> earth in their latest and even more disgracefully
> childish rounds of plodding ignorance, envy, and
> butthurt.



Nobody envies an obnoxious, stupid, lying sack of shit asshole like you dimwit; you're delusional.


What a lot of worthless and completely
> sorry-ass loserness they have managed to spit out
> of late.


There's no such word as "loserness", dimwit. It's something invented by public school "educated" millennials. This makes you a sorry ass and you're no scholar, either. You're not well read, either, "Letters to Penthouse" doesn't count.


There is no actual 'scholar' among them
> nor any 'well-read person'. Just the ragged and
> derelict remains of some lowly, battered, and
> never more than third-rate intellect.


So this shows your 3rd rate intellect, that you are so ignorant of English you have to stoop to using millennial non-words because you don't know the correct word. It's b\c you're illiterate, ignorant and a dim wit.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 04, 2019 10:11AM

Well, rosy-fingered dawn has appeared once again out here in the Sweet Spot, and she's revealed yet another wonderful morning for all those of us with the means and sense to live out this way. Blue skies are streaked with bands of wispy white clouds just now, and a light breeze pushes the 72-degree air past a person with just a gentle kiss on the way by. The gorgeous green vistas across a well-maintained property of course add to the beauty of the day, as does the bracing nature of a freshly-brewed cup of single-estate Kona. Took direct delivery of another ten pounds of that on Friday, so it will be a bit now before we need to place another order. The showers of yesterday's forecast once again passed us by and none of them are foreseen for later today either. It looks like we will enjoy yet another textbook version of a wonderful summer day.

As an aside, while some may believe that all of us in the region have the same weather, little could be further from the truth. As it does right now, the Sweet Spot on a typical summer day enjoys temperatures that are 7-8 degrees below those recorded at DCA. There can further be and currently is a 25-point difference in the humidity as recorded at DCA and HEF (Manassas Regional Airport). Topography and even the layout of our major roadways can and does influence the paths that upstart summer showers follow along. We all do share the same climate of course, but where in the area you live does indeed matter when it comes to weather.

In other news, it was the Diamondbacks who were last able to defeat Stephen Strasburg back in mid-June, and they surprisingly got to him in spades again last night, piling up nine runs in less than five innings on the way to an 18-7 win. Pretty shocking, given that Joe Ross had led off in what turned out to be a one-hit shutout of the same group the night before, never mind the fact that Strasburg gave up just four runs over the entire month of July. Just goes to show that baseball (so poorly understood by so many novices) really is a funny game.

Looked it up on my phone yesterday by the way, and the official count so far this year is 29 games attended at Nats Park. Plus of course 8 games in 8 days while we were down at Spring Training in beautiful West Palm Beach back in March. Just 7 free breakfasts in that time though, as we were travel-weary and had a night game anyway on Day-1 of the trip, and so slept in. We eventually drove over to a beach-side IHOP where we actually PAID for the same cooked-to-order breakfast we would enjoy for nothing each morning the rest of the way. Usually by this point in the season, we would have added a game or two at the likes of BAL, PHI, or PIT, but we haven't so far done that. We'll see if we end up making a move in that direction or not.

Badly in need of making some sort of move of course are the deranged dimbulbs of Falls Church City. Their ignorance, envy, and butthurt overfloweth to insane degrees now, leaving the losers unable to resist engaging in all manner of mindless mayhem and deliberate board vandalism. It's just disgraceful the depths to which these poor failures in life have now descended. They have marked themselves here with a brand that will never heal and can never be removed.

Oh, and by the way, Redfin has said that,,,

"In the past month, 178 homes have been sold in Falls Church. In addition to houses in Falls Church, there were also 77 condos, 47 townhouses, and 0 multi-family units for sale in Falls Church last month. Popular neighborhoods include East Falls Church, Great Forest, Oakwood, and Brockmont. This map is rereshed with the newest listings in Falls Church every 15 minutes."

There's no way to remove that either.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 04, 2019 10:19AM

Of course, not read and undoubtedly more drivel, lies, and nonsense. What appears to be missing (once again) is a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. Not sure you can ever recover from this epic failure without such a link. Your inability to provide one indicates you'll never recover. Don't worry, I won't let you forget about this massive fuck-up on your part. Might keep reminding you of your MPD blunder too. For good measure, of course.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 04, 2019 10:34AM

Same shit, different day. Save for vandalizing the board yet again, there really is nothing left for you and your phony crew to say or do here.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Wooohooooo!!!!!!! ()
Date: August 04, 2019 11:42AM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Same shit, different day. Save for vandalizing
> the board yet again, there really is nothing left
> for you and your phony crew to say or do here.


There is nothing left to say or do here? Thank god we have come to that conclusion.

/thread

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 04, 2019 11:54AM

Your persistent linguistic ignorance has led you far astray once again, salad-boy.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Dim Wit shown to be full of it ()
Date: August 04, 2019 12:05PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Your persistent linguistic ignorance has led you
> far astray once again, salad-boy.

You're the one who's linguistically ignorant, since you use millennial non-words. Of course, that's to be expected since you're totally ignorant.

Only a moron would believe something he read on a real estate company's website brought to him by a Google search. A moron relied on Google and got burned. It happens every day.

"B-b-b-b-b-b-b-u-t it MUST be true, I read it on the INTERNET!"

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 04, 2019 12:14PM

Of course, in one sense, the first essential for a man’s being a good citizen is his possession of the home virtues of which we think when we call a man by the emphatic adjective of manly. No man can be a good citizen who is not a good husband and a good father, who is not honest in his dealings with other men and women, faithful to his friends and fearless in the presence of his foes, who has not got a sound heart, a sound mind, and a sound body; exactly as no amount of attention to civil duties will save a nation if the domestic life is undermined, or there is lack of the rude military virtues which alone can assure a country’s position in the world. In a free republic the ideal citizen must be one willing and able to take arms for the defense of the flag, exactly as the ideal citizen must be the father of many healthy children. A race must be strong and vigorous; it must be a race of good fighters and good breeders, else its wisdom will come to naught and its virtue be ineffective; and no sweetness and delicacy, no love for and appreciation of beauty in art or literature, no capacity for building up material prosperity can possibly atone for the lack of the great virile virtues.

But this is aside from my subject, for what I wish to talk of is the attitude of the American citizen in civic life. It ought to be axiomatic in this country that every man must devote a reasonable share of his time to doing his duty in the Political life of the community. No man has a right to shirk his political duties under whatever plea of pleasure or business; and while such shirking may be pardoned in those of small cleans it is entirely unpardonable in those among whom it is most common–in the people whose circumstances give them freedom in the struggle for life. In so far as the community grows to think rightly, it will likewise grow to regard the young man of means who shirks his duty to the State in time of peace as being only one degree worse than the man who thus shirks it in time of war. A great many of our men in business, or of our young men who are bent on enjoying life (as they have a perfect right to do if only they do not sacrifice other things to enjoyment), rather plume themselves upon being good citizens if they even vote; yet voting is the very least of their duties, Nothing worth gaining is ever gained without effort. You can no more have freedom without striving and suffering for it than you can win success as a banker or a lawyer without labor and effort, without self-denial in youth and the display of a ready and alert intelligence in middle age. The people who say that they have not time to attend to politics are simply saying that they are unfit to live in a free community. Their place is under a despotism; or if they are content to do nothing but vote, you can take despotism tempered by an occasional plebiscite, like that of the second Napoleon. In one of Lowell’s magnificent stanzas about the Civil War he speaks of the fact which his countrymen were then learning, that freedom is not a gift that tarries long in the hands of cowards: nor yet does it tarry long in the hands of the sluggard and the idler, in the hands of the man so much absorbed in the pursuit of pleasure or in the pursuit of gain, or so much wrapped up in his own easy home life as to be unable to take his part in the rough struggle with his fellow men for political supremacy. If freedom is worth having, if the right of self-government is a valuable right, then the one and the other must be retained exactly as our forefathers acquired them, by labor, and especially by labor in organization, that is in combination with our fellows who have the same interests and the same principles. We should not accept the excuse of the business man who attributed his failure to the fact that his social duties were so pleasant and engrossing that he had no time left for work in his office; nor would we pay much heed to his further statement that he did not like business anyhow because he thought the morals of the business community by no means what they should be, and saw that the great successes were most often won by men of the Jay Gould stamp. It is just the same way with politics. It makes one feel half angry and half amused, and wholly contemptuous, to find men of high business or social standing in the community saying that they really have not got time to go to ward meetings, to organize political clubs, and to take a personal share in all the important details of practical politics; men who further urge against their going the fact that they think the condition of political morality low, and are afraid that they may be required to do what is not right if they go into politics.

The first duty of an American citizen, then, is that he shall work in politics; his second duty is that he shall do that work in a practical manner; and his third is that it shall be done in accord with the highest principles of honor and justice. Of course, it is not possible to define rigidly just the way in which the work shall be made practical. Each man’s individual temper and convictions must be taken into account. To a certain extent his work must be done in accordance with his individual beliefs and theories of right and wrong. To a yet greater extent it must be done in combination with others, he yielding or modifying certain of his own theories and beliefs so as to enable him to stand on a common ground with his fellows, who have likewise yielded or modified certain of their theories and beliefs. There is no need of dogmatizing about independence on the one hand or party allegiance on the other. There are occasions when it may be the highest duty of any man to act outside of parties and against the one with which he has himself been hitherto identified; and there may be many more occasions when his highest duty is to sacrifice some of his own cherished opinions for the sake of the success of the party which he on the whole believes to be right. I do not think that the average citizen, at least in one of our great cities, can very well manage to support his own party all the time on every issue, local and otherwise; at any rate if he can do so he has been more fortunately placed than I have been. On the other hand, I am fully convinced that to do the best work people must be organized; and of course an organization is really a party, whether it be a great organization covering the whole nation and numbering its millions of adherents, or an association of citizens in a particular locality, banded together to win a certain specific victory, as, for instance, that of municipal reform. Somebody has said that a racing-yacht, like a good rifle, is a bundle of incompatibilities; that you must get the utmost possible sail power without sacrificing some other quality if you really do get the utmost sail power, that, in short you have got to make more or less of a compromise on each in order to acquire the dozen things needful; but, of course, in making this compromise you must be very careful for the sake of something unimportant not to sacrifice any of the great principles of successful naval architecture. Well, it is about so with a man’s political work. He has got to preserve his independence on the one hand; and on the other, unless he wishes to be a wholly ineffective crank, he has got to have some sense of party allegiance and party responsibility, and he has got to realize that in any given exigency it may be a matter of duty to sacrifice one quality, or it may be a matter of duty to sacrifice the other.

If it is difficult to lay down any fixed rules for party action in the abstract; it would, of course, be wholly impossible to lay them down for party action in the concrete, with reference to the organizations of the present day. I think that we ought to be broad-minded enough to recognize the fact that a good citizen, striving with fearlessness, honesty, and common sense to do his best for the nation, can render service to it in many different ways, and by connection with many different organizations. It is well for a man if he is able conscientiously to feel that his views on the great questions of the day, on such questions as the tariff, finance, immigration, the regulation of the liquor traffic, and others like them, are such as to put him in accord with the bulk of those of his fellow citizens who compose one of the greatest parties: but it is perfectly supposable that he may feel so strongly for or against certain principles held by one party, or certain principles held by the other, that he is unable to give his full adherence to either. In such a case I feel that he has no right to plead this lack of agreement with either party as an excuse for refraining from active political work prior to election. It will, of course, bar him from the primaries of the two leading parties, and preclude him from doing his share in organizing their management; but, unless he is very unfortunate, he can surely find a number of men who are in the same position as himself and who agree with him on some specific piece of political work, and they can turn in practically and effectively long before election to try to do this new piece of work in a practical manner.

One seemingly very necessary caution to utter is, that a man who goes into politics should not expect to reform everything right off, with a jump. I know many excellent young men who, when awakened to the fact that they have neglected their political duties, feel an immediate impulse to form themselves into an organization which shall forthwith purify politics everywhere, national, State, and city alike; and I know of a man who having gone round once to a primary, and having, of course, been unable to accomplish anything in a place where he knew no one and could not combine with anyone, returned saying it was quite useless for a good citizen to try to accomplish anything in such a manner. To these too hopeful or too easily discouraged people I always feel like reading Artemus Ward’s article upon the people of his town who came together in a meeting to resolve that the town should support the Union and the Civil War, but were unwilling to take any part in putting down the rebellion unless they could go as brigadier-generals. After the battle of Bull Run there were a good many hundreds of thousands of young men in the North who felt it to be their duty to enter the Northern armies; but no one of them who possessed much intelligence expected to take high place at the outset, or anticipated that individual action would be of decisive importance in any given campaign. He went in as private or sergeant, lieutenant or captain, as the case might be, and did his duty in his company, in his regiment, after a while in his brigade. When Ball’s Bluff and Bull Run succeeded the utter failure of the Peninsular campaign, when the terrible defeat of Fredericksburg was followed by the scarcely less disastrous day at Chancellorsville he did not announce (if he had any pluck or manliness about him) that he considered it quite useless for any self-respecting citizen to enter the Army of the Potomac, because he really was not of much weight in its councils, and did not approve of its management; he simply gritted his teeth and went doggedly on with his duty, grieving over, but not disheartened at the innumerable shortcomings and follies committed by those who helped to guide the destinies of the army, recognizing also the bravery, the patience, intelligence, and resolution with which other men in high places offset the follies and shortcomings and persevering with equal mind through triumph and defeat until finally he saw the tide of failure turn at Gettysburg and the full flood of victory come with Appomattox.

I do wish that more of our good citizens would go into politics, and would do it in the same spirit with which their fathers went into the Federal armies. Begin with the little thing, and do not expect to accomplish anything without an effort. Of course, if you go to a primary just once, never having taken the trouble to know any of the other people who go there you will find yourself wholly out of place; but if you keep on attending and try to form associations with other men whom you meet at the political gatherings, or whom you can persuade to attend them, you will very soon find yourself a weight. In the same way, if a man feels that the politics of his city, for instance, are very corrupt and wants to reform them, it would be an excellent idea for him to begin with his district. If he Joins with other people, who think as he does, to form a club where abstract political virtue will be discussed he may do a great deal of good. We need such clubs; but he must also get to know his own ward or his own district, put himself in communication with the decent people in that district, of whom we may rest assured there will be many, willing and able to do something practical for the procurance of better government Let him set to work to procure a better assemblyman or better alderman before he tries his hand at making a mayor, a governor, or a president. If he begins at the top he may make a brilliant temporary success, but the chances are a thousand to one that he will only be defeated eventually; and in no event will the good he does stand on the same broad and permanent foundation as if he had begun at the bottom. Of course, one or two of his efforts may be failures; but if he has the right stuff in him he will go ahead and do his duty irrespective of whether he meets with success or defeat. It is perfectly right to consider the question of failure while shaping one’s efforts to succeed in the struggle for the right; but there should be no consideration of it whatsoever when the question is as to whether one should or should not make a struggle for the right. When once a band of one hundred and fifty or two hundred honest, intelligent men, who mean business and know their business, is found in any district, whether in one of the regular organizations or outside, you can guarantee that the local politicians of that district will begin to treat it with a combination of fear, hatred, and respect, and that its influence will be felt; and that while sometimes men will be elected to office in direct defiance of its wishes, more often the successful candidates will feel that they have to pay some regard to its demands for public decency and honesty.

But in advising you to be practical and to work hard, I must not for one moment be understood as advising you to abandon one iota of your self-respect and devotion to principle. It is a bad sign for the country to see one class of our citizens sneer at practical politicians, and another at Sunday-school politics. No man can do both effective and decent work in public life unless he is a practical politician on the one hand, and a sturdy believer in Sunday-school politics on the other. He must always strive manfully for the best, and yet, like Abraham Lincoln, must often resign himself to accept the best possible. Of course when a man verges on to the higher ground of statesmanship, when he becomes a leader, he must very often consult with others and defer to their opinion, and must be continually settling in his mind how far he can go in just deference to the wishes and prejudices of others while yet adhering to his own moral standards: but I speak not so much of men of this stamp as I do of the ordinary citizen, who wants to do his duty as a member of the commonwealth in its civic life; and for this man I feel that the one quality which he ought always to hold most essential is that of disinterestedness. If he once begins to feel that he wants office himself, with a willingness to get it at the cost of his convictions, or to keep it when gotten, at the cost of his convictions, his usefulness is gone. Let him make up his mind to do his duty in politics without regard to holding office at all, and let him know that often the men in this country who have done the best work for our public life have not been the men in office. If, on the other hand, he attains public position, let him not strive to plan out for himself a career. I do not think that any man should let himself regard his political career as a means of livelihood, or as his sole occupation in life; for if he does he immediately becomes most seriously handicapped. The moment that he begins to think how such and such an act will affect the voters in his district, or will affect some great political leader who will have an influence over his destiny, he is hampered and his hands are bound. Not only may it be his duty often to disregard the wishes of politicians, but it may be his clear duty at times to disregard the wishes of the people. The voice of the people is not always the voice of God; and when it happens to be the voice of the devil, then it is a man’s clear duty to defy its behests. Different political conditions breed different dangers. The demagogue is as unlovely a creature as the courtier, though one is fostered under republican and the other under monarchical institutions. There is every reason why a man should have an honorable ambition to enter public life, and an honorable ambition to stay there when he is in; but he ought to make up his mind that he cares for it only as long as he can stay in it on his own terms, without sacrifice of his own principles; and if he does thus make up his mind he can really accomplish twice as much for the nation, and can reflect a hundredfold greater honor upon himself, in a short term of service, than can the man who grows gray in the public employment at the cost of sacrificing what he believes to be true and honest. And moreover, when a public servant has definitely made up his mind that he will pay no heed to his own future, but will do what he honestly deems best for the community, without regard to how his actions may affect his prospects, not only does he become infinitely more useful as a public servant, but he has a far better time. He is freed from the harassing care which is inevitably the portion of him who is trying to shape his sails to catch every gust of the wind of political favor.

But let me reiterate, that in being virtuous he must not become ineffective, and that he must not excuse himself for shirking his duties by any false plea that he cannot do his duties and retain his self-respect. This is nonsense, he can; and when he urges such a plea it is a mark of mere laziness and self-indulgence. And again, he should beware how he becomes a critic of the actions of others, rather than a doer of deeds himself; and in so far as he does act as a critic (and of course the critic has a great and necessary function) he must beware of indiscriminate censure even more than of indiscriminate praise. The screaming vulgarity of the foolish spread-eagle orator who is continually yelling defiance at Europe, praising everything American, good and bad, and resenting the introduction of any reform because it has previously been tried successfully abroad, is offensive and contemptible to the last degree; but after all it is scarcely as harmful as the peevish, fretful, sneering, and continual faultfinding of the refined, well-educated man, who is always attacking good and bad alike, who genuinely distrusts America, and in the true spirit of servile colonialism considers us inferior to the people across the water. It may be taken for granted that the man who is always sneering at our public life and our public men is a thoroughly bad citizen, and that what little influence he wields in the community is wielded for evil. The public speaker or the editorial writer who teaches men of education that their proper attitude toward American politics should be one of dislike or indifference is doing all he can to perpetuate and aggravate the very evils of which he is ostensibly complaining. Exactly as it is generally the case that when a man bewails the decadence of our civilization he is himself physically, mentally, and morally a first-class type of the decadent, so it is usually the case that when a man is perpetually sneering at American politicians, whether worthy or unworthy, he himself is a poor citizen and a friend of the very forces of evil against which he professes to contend. Too often these men seem to care less for attacking bad men, than for ruining the characters of good men with whom they disagree on some pubic question; and while their influence against the bad is almost nil, they are sometimes able to weaken the hands of the good by withdrawing from them support to which they are entitled, and they thus count in the sum total of forces that work for evil. They answer to the political prohibitionist, who, in a close contest between a temperance man and a liquor seller diverts enough votes from the former to elect the liquor seller Occasionally it is necessary to beat a pretty good man, who is not quite good enough, even at the cost of electing a bad one- but it should be thoroughly recognized that this can be necessary only occasionally and indeed, I may say, only in very exceptional cases, and that as a rule where it is done the effect is thoroughly unwholesome in every way, and those taking part in it deserve the severest censure from all honest men.

Moreover, the very need of denouncing evil makes it all the more wicked to weaken the effect of such denunciations by denouncing also the good. It is the duty of all citizens, irrespective of party, to denounce, and, so far as may be, to punish crimes against the public on the part of politicians or officials. But exactly as the public man who commits a crime against the public is one of the worst of criminals, so, close on his heels in the race for iniquitous distinction, comes the man who falsely charges the public servant with outrageous wrongdoing; whether it is done with foul-mouthed and foolish directness in the vulgar and violent party organ, or with sarcasm, innuendo, and the half-truths that are worse than lies, in some professed organ of independence. Not only should criticism be honest, but it should be intelligent, in order to be effective. I recently read in a religious paper an article railing at the corruption of our public life, in which it stated incidentally that the lobby was recognized as all-powerful in Washington. This is untrue. There was a day when the lobby was very important at Washington, but its influence in Congress is now very small indeed; and from a pretty intimate acquaintance with several Congresses I am entirely satisfied that there is among the members a very small proportion indeed who are corruptible, in the sense that they will let their action be influenced by money or its equivalent. Congressmen are very often demagogues; they are very often blind partisans; they are often exceedingly short-sighted, narrow-minded, and bigoted; but they are not usually corrupt; and to accuse a narrow-minded demagogue of corruption when he is perfectly honest, is merely to set him more firmly in his evil course and to help him with his constituents, who recognize that the charge is entirely unjust, and in repelling it lose sight of the man’s real shortcomings. I have known more than one State legislature, more than one board of aldermen against which the charge of corruption could perfectly legitimately be brought, but it cannot be brought against Congress. Moreover these sweeping charges really do very little good. When I was in the New York legislature, one of the things that I used to mind most was the fact that at the close of every session the papers that affect morality invariably said that particular legislature was the worst legislature since the days of Tweed. The statement was not true as a rule; and, in any event, to lump all the members, good and bad, in sweeping condemnation simply hurt the good and helped the bad. Criticism should be fearless, but I again reiterate that it should be honest and should be discriminating. When it is sweeping and unintelligent, and directed against good and bad alike, or against the good and bad qualities of any man alike, it is very harmful. It tends steadily to deteriorate the character of our public men; and it tends to produce a very unwholesome spirit among young men of education, and especially among the young men in our colleges.

Against nothing is fearless and specific criticism more urgently needed than against the “spoils system,” which is the degradation of American politics. And nothing is more effective in thwarting the purposes of the spoilsmen than the civil service reform. To be sure, practical politicians sneer at it. One of them even went so far as to say that civil-service reform is asking a man irrelevant questions. What more irrelevant question could there be than that of the practical politician who asks the aspirant for his political favor – “Whom did you vote for in the last election?” There is certainly nothing more interesting, from a humorous point of view, than the heads of departments urging changes to be made in their underlings, “on the score of increased efficiency” they say; when as the result of such a change the old incumbent often spends six months teaching the new incumbent how to do the work almost as well as he did himself! Occasionally the civil-service reform has been abused, but not often. Certainly the reform is needed when you contemplate the spectacle of a New York City treasurer who acknowledges his annual fees to be eighty-five thousand dollars, and who pays a deputy one thousand five hundred dollars to do his work-when you note the corruptions in the New York legislature, where one man says he has a horror of the Constitution because it prevents active benevolence, and another says that you should never allow the Constitution to come between friends! All these corruptions and vices are what every good American citizen must fight against.

Finally, the man who wishes to do his duty as a citizen in our country must be imbued through and through with the spirit of Americanism. I am not saying this as a matter of spread-eagle rhetoric: I am saying it quite soberly as a piece of matter-of-fact, common-sense advice, derived from my own experience of others. Of course, the question of Americanism has several sides. If a man is an educated man, he must show his Americanism by not getting misled into following out and trying to apply all the theories of the political thinkers of other countries, such as Germany and France, to our own entirely different conditions. He must not get a fad, for instance, about responsible government; and above all things he must not, merely because he is intelligent, or a college professor well read in political literature, try to discuss our institutions when he has had no practical knowledge of how they are worked. Again, if he is a wealthy man, a man of means and standing, he must really feel, not merely affect to feel, that no social differences obtain save such as a man can in some way himself make by his own actions. People sometimes ask me if there is not a prejudice against a man of wealth and education in ward politics. I do not think that there is, unless the man in turn shows that he regards the facts of his having wealth and education as giving him a claim to superiority aside from the merit he is able to prove himself to have in actual service. Of course, if he feels that he ought to have a little better treatment than a carpenter, a plumber, or a butcher, who happens to stand beside him, he is going to be thrown out of the race very quickly, and probably quite roughly; and if he starts in to patronize and elaborately condescend to these men he will find that they resent this attitude even more. Do not let him think about the matter at all. Let him go into the political contest with no more thought of such matters than a college boy gives to the social standing of the members of his own and rival teams in a hotly contested football match. As soon as he begins to take an interest in politics (and he will speedily not only get interested for the sake of politics, but also take a good healthy interest in playing the game itself – an interest which is perfectly normal and praise-worthy, and to which only a prig would object), he will begin to work up the organization in the way that will be most effective, and he won’t care a rap about who is put to work with him, save in so far as he is a good fellow and an efficient worker. There was one time that a number of men who think as we do here to-night (one of the number being myself) got hold of one of the assembly districts of New York, and ran it in really an ideal way, better than any other assembly district has ever been run before or since by either party. We did it by hard work and good organization; by working practically, and yet by being honest and square in motive and method: especially did we do it by all turning in as straight-out Americans without any regard to distinctions of race origin. Among the many men who did a great deal in organizing our victories was the son of a Presbyterian clergyman, the nephew of a Hebrew rabbi, and two well-known Catholic gentlemen. We also had a Columbia College professor (the stroke-oar of a university crew), a noted retail butcher, and the editor of a local German paper, various brokers, bankers, lawyers, bricklayers and a stone-mason who was particularly useful to us, although on questions of theoretic rather than applied politics he had a decidedly socialistic turn of mind.

Again, questions of race origin, like questions of creed, must not be considered: we wish to do good work, and we are all Americans, pure and simple. In the New York legislature, when it fell to my lot to choose a committee – which I always esteemed my most important duty at Albany – no less than three out of the four men I chose were of Irish birth or parentage; and three abler and more fearless and disinterested men never sat in a legislative body; while among my especial political and personal friends in that body was a gentleman from the southern tier of counties, who was, I incidentally found out, a German by birth, but who was just as straight United States as if his ancestors had come over here in the Mayflower or in Henry Hudson’s yacht. Of course, none of these men of Irish or German birth would have been worth their salt had they continued to act after coming here as Irishmen or Germans, or as anything but plain straight-out Americans. We have not any room here for a divided allegiance. A man has got to be an American and nothing else; and he has no business to be mixing us up with questions of foreign politics, British or Irish, German or French, and no business to try to perpetuate their language and customs in the land of complete religious toleration and equality. If, however, he does become honestly and in good faith an American, then he is entitled to stand precisely as all other Americans stand, and it is the height of un-Americanism to discriminate against him in any way because of creed or birthplace. No spirit can be more thoroughly alien to American institutions, than the spirit of the Know-Nothings.

In facing the future and in striving, each according to the measure of his individual capacity, to work out the salvation of our land, we should be neither timid pessimists nor foolish optimists. We should recognize the dangers that exist and that threaten us: we should neither overestimate them nor shrink from them, but steadily fronting them should set to work to overcome and beat them down. Grave perils are yet to be encountered in the stormy course of the Republic – perils from political corruption, perils from individual laziness, indolence and timidity, perils springing from the greed of the unscrupulous rich, and from the anarchic violence of the thriftless and turbulent poor. There is every reason why we should recognize them, but there is no reason why we should fear them or doubt our capacity to overcome them, if only each will, according to the measure of his ability, do his full duty, and endeavor so to live as to deserve the high praise of being called a good American citizen.

TR '83

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 04, 2019 12:28PM

^^^ More sick-o resort to nonsense and simple garbage-dump obfuscation. It may not be possible for you to lose here by even more than you are losing now, but there is no doubt that you, as a total dope, will give it your best try.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Quoted poster is a gay Bozo ()
Date: August 04, 2019 01:04PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> As an aside, while some may believe that all of us
> in the region have the same weather, little could
> be further from the truth. As it does right now,
> the Sweet Spot on a typical summer day enjoys
> temperatures that are 7-8 degrees below those
> recorded at DCA. There can further be and
> currently is a 25-point difference in the humidity
> as recorded at DCA and HEF (Manassas Regional
> Airport). Topography and even the layout of our
> major roadways can and does influence the paths
> that upstart summer showers follow along. We all
> do share the same climate of course, but where in
> the area you live does indeed matter when it comes
> to weather.
>
>


It's the same shitty weather everywhere around here in July & Aug., you dolt. nobody buys your BS except your moron FAIL SQUAD.

If you want to get away from the shitty summer weather here, you go north to the beach. Portland, Maine is 70s for the next week except Fri, when it might hit 80. Boston is low 80s except for next Sun, when it's high 70s.

All you can do is shitpost crocks of shit nobody believes because it's obvious even to a 3rd grader they're moronic shitposts.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Dimwit fails again ()
Date: August 04, 2019 01:10PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> ^^^ More sick-o resort to nonsense and simple
> garbage-dump obfuscation. It may not be possible
> for you to lose here by even more than you are
> losing now, but there is no doubt that you, as a
> total dope, will give it your best try.


Awwwwww, izzuh poow widdwe dim wit aww butthuwt & mad 'cause TR said "in which"?

Awwwwwww, Boo Hoo Hoo, poow widdwe dim wit.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 04, 2019 01:39PM

What about Nome, Alaska? Highs there will be in the 50’s all week. But that’s of little consequence to this area and its various microclimates, one notable example of which would be the Sweet Spot.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 04, 2019 02:35PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Same shit, different day. Save for vandalizing
> the board yet again, there really is nothing left
> for you and your phony crew to say or do here.


LOL! Nobody believes it's anyone but you vandalizing the board to distract from your complete ineptness to post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. Of course, Brockmont Boy is replete with blunders. MPD being one of the more recent of countless gaffes.

The solecism of not knowing how to properly order or dress a salad is consistent with not knowing that being driven around in a late model, high mileage vehicle is anything but elegant. It certainly isn't enviable. It merely portends what a rube among the hoi polloi Brockmont Boy really is.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 04, 2019 02:48PM

So empty, so hollow. But understood to have been the best you could have done.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 04, 2019 03:12PM

In addition to your skull, the only thing empty is the space where you're supposed to provide a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. Providing one, of course, won't make up for you MPD flub, but it'd make you look somewhat credible. As it stands now, you're a confirmed, depraved, sociopathic compulsive liar.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 04, 2019 06:34PM

You envy me. It consumes you. You wish you could be like me, but it will never happen. You have no base to build on. You lack it all. And always will.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 04, 2019 06:41PM

There's not a facet of your pathetic existence that is even remotely enviable. Your inability to provide a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood is certainly not enviable. Your recent MPD blunder is hardly enviable. And those are just two the more recent in a long line of unenviable fuck-ups that continue to haunt you.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 04, 2019 07:45PM

Even a total dumbass knew immediately what DCPD meant. As writers in particular come to know, the whole purpose of communication is.....to communicate. Mission accomplished.

Meanwhile, Brockmont will burn forever as your personal Scarlet/Redfin letter. It’s never going away.

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Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 04, 2019 08:26PM

Pointing out a bonehead mistake you made is not the same thing as you getting it correct. Live with it.

Meanwhile, your failure to provide a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood whether on Redfin or anywhere else will haunt you for some time to come if your incompetence in the matter is any indicator.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 04, 2019 08:52PM

DCPD > MPD (or any of its obscure variants). Writers of course make and abide by their own rules. Your job as a reader is merely to follow along as best you can.

It’s meanwhile Redfin’s harpoon that is lodged in your gut. As badly as you’ve worked it in, I’m not sure how you will ever manage to work it out.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Dimwit fails again ()
Date: August 04, 2019 09:00PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> What about Nome, Alaska? Highs there will be in
> the 50’s all week. But that’s of little
> consequence to this area and its various
> microclimates, one notable example of which would
> be the Sweet Spot.


So now Dim Wit expects us to believe he has his own special climate control for this property he claims to "own". CONGRATULATIONS, DIM WIT! you just surpassed Gerry as the dumbest dolt to post on FFXU. Even Gerry isn't stupid enough to expect us to believe that. Good Work, Dim Wit! You had to work really hard to surpass Gerry in stupidity, but you JUST DID IT!

If Ol' Dim Wit is anywhere near this "Sweet Spot", it's probably because he's the gardener, there. Like that other troll says, he lives in a flea bag flophouse on Rt. 1 S. He gets up every morning at 0 Dark 30, goes out on Rt. ! & gets his bus to Huntington GHETTro & rides it out to Vienna, then goes Uber Pool to his employer's house.

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Posted by: FIFFY Sock Puppet ()
Date: August 04, 2019 09:03PM

seven figure city Wrote:
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> In addition to your skull, the only thing empty is
>

There's lots of space in Dim Wit's skull. I live in it RENT FREE along with 8 FFXU trolls & their sock puppets. We got more room in here, there's lots of empty space between Dim Wit's ears.

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Posted by: More of Dimwit's double standard ()
Date: August 04, 2019 09:06PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Writers of course make and abide by their own
> rules. Your job as a reader is merely to follow
> along as best you can.
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>


We won't discuss right now just how full of shit that statement is, Dimwit. We will mention you're always calling out people for the way they write, but you can write any old way you want. More of your stupidity, hypocrisy, double standards, support for terrorists & coddling minority criminals

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 05, 2019 12:55AM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> DCPD > MPD (or any of its obscure variants).
> Writers of course make and abide by their own
> rules. Your job as a reader is merely to follow
> along as best you can.
>
> It’s meanwhile Redfin’s harpoon that is lodged
> in your gut. As badly as you’ve worked it in,
> I’m not sure how you will ever manage to work it
> out.


MPD is simply the nomenclature of what it's called. You fucked up on it. After all, you're a no class boob with no knowledge of the area. It's why you can't provide a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood.

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Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 05, 2019 09:27AM

Well, for the first time in a while, there are clouds off to the east that are keeping the rays of the morning sun from shining down on the glorious lush green landscapes that we out here in the Sweet Spot so admire and enjoy. This is all likely to burn off in due time, but it may yet be a harbinger of what's to come later in the day, as summer storminess is expected to move in this afternoon. Seek high ground if your are anywhere near the Brockmont area. Meanwhile, the thermometer sits at a comfy 67 degrees just now and even though the humidity remains at 80 percent, there is a bit of a cooling breeze that makes everything feel just a little bit better. (As an FYI to noodleheads, the temperature difference between DCA and HEF at 8:00 this morning was ten degrees.) No signs of visitation by any of our wildlife friends yet today. The season for all that seems to have peaked. A pique meanwhile of snarling and growling was heard the other night and once illuminated, did turn out to be a standoff between a fox and a raccoon. Once lit up however, each of them chose to slink back off into the dark of night.

In other news, Dumb Davey at first didn't call on the bullpen at all last night, and then dialed the wrong number when he finally did try to fill in behind a fading and generally ineffective Patrick Corbin. That cost us a couple of key runs in a game that the Nats ultimately lost by a score of 7-5. So that makes three straight series that we've dropped, and seven of the last ten games overall. This is making those who suggested that this trip would bring the end of all hope for 2019 look pretty good. Having gone 0-2 with Strasburg and Corbin on the mound, the team heads on now to San Francisco with Erick Fedde (bashed by the Braves last time out) set to start things off. The Giants Jeff Samardzija went through a rough first half, but has been quite a bit better of late. This will again be a tough nut for the Nats to crack.

Long completely cracked of course are the lame-ass losers of Falls Church City. They cackle away like crows these days, even though they have no access at all to the corn field. It recalls a time when little children tried to trade youthful insults on a long ago plowed under elementary school playground. So guilelessly infantile.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 05, 2019 09:48AM

seven figure city Wrote:
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> MPD is simply the nomenclature of what it's called.

A purist would laugh at that as an awkward redundancy. I suspect that the deeply language-challenged won't know why, however.

> You fucked up on it.

No, DCPD was exactly what I intended to write, and just as I intended, it helpfully stood in perfect harmony with such well-known acronyms as FCPD or NYPD. I realize of course that you have never had any formal experience at writing in the English language, so I'll perhaps need to point out that trying to march in lock-step with imaginary sets of rigid rules is a path reserved for newbies and others of similarly low capacity and/or negligible intellect. The rest of us have free rein here, and that is for good reason.

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Posted by: /IFIFY/ sock puppet #2 ()
Date: August 05, 2019 10:27AM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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>
>
> glorious lush green landscapes that we out here in
> the Sweet Spot so admire and enjoy.



The only "lush green" u have on Rte. 1 S where U live is the dumpsters.


>
>
>
> Seek high ground if your are anywhere
> near the Brockmont area.


Brockmont Park is in Glendale, CA., moron. Since Ur such a Google expert, Google the weather there & U'll C ZERO chance of rain, u dolt. Or can u read?



>
>
>
>
> (As an FYI to noodleheads, the temperature
> difference between DCA and HEF at 8:00 this
> morning was ten degrees.)

The weather is still gonna' B the same ol' shitty, dumbass.



No signs of visitation
> by any of our wildlife friends yet today. The
> season for all that seems to have peaked. A pique
> meanwhile of snarling and growling was heard the
> other night and once illuminated, did turn out to
> be a standoff between a fox and a raccoon. Once
> lit up however, each of them chose to slink back
> off into the dark of night.


It was a stray dog and a raccoon, u moron. There aren't any foxes near the no-tell Mo-Tel and trailer park on Rte. 1 S where U live.



> In other news, Dumb Davey at first didn't call on
> the bullpen at all last night, and then dialed the
> wrong number when he finally did try to fill in
> behind a fading and generally ineffective Patrick
> Corbin. That cost us a couple of key runs in a
> game that the Nats ultimately lost by a score of
> 7-5. So that makes three straight series that
> we've dropped, and seven of the last ten games
> overall. This is making those who suggested that
> this trip would bring the end of all hope for 2019
> look pretty good. Having gone 0-2 with Strasburg
> and Corbin on the mound, the team heads on now to
> San Francisco with Erick Fedde (bashed by the
> Braves last time out) set to start things off.
> The Giants Jeff Samardzija went through a rough
> first half, but has been quite a bit better of
> late. This will again be a tough nut for the Nats
> to crack.

> I don't know shit about baseball, but think I could
> do a better job as manager than a guy who's been in
> baseball his whole life. That's why they call me Dim Wit.



FIFY

> Long completely cracked of course are the lame-ass
> losers like meof Falls Church City. Me & They the other members of the Dim Wit Failure Squad cackle away
> like crows these days, even though theywe have no
> access at all to the corn field. It recalls a
> time when little children tried to trade youthful
> insults on a long ago plowed under elementary
> school playground. So guilelessly infantile.


FIFY

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Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 05, 2019 02:03PM

^^^ I fear that this really is the best that Falls Church City has to offer.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 05, 2019 02:13PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Well, for the first time in a while, there are
> clouds off to the east that are keeping the rays
> of the morning sun from shining down on the
> glorious lush green landscapes that we out here in
> the Sweet Spot so admire and enjoy. This is all
> likely to burn off in due time, but it may yet be
> a harbinger of what's to come later in the day, as
> summer storminess is expected to move in this
> afternoon. Seek high ground if your are anywhere
> near the Brockmont area. Meanwhile, the
> thermometer sits at a comfy 67 degrees just now
> and even though the humidity remains at 80
> percent, there is a bit of a cooling breeze that
> makes everything feel just a little bit better.
> (As an FYI to noodleheads, the temperature
> difference between DCA and HEF at 8:00 this
> morning was ten degrees.) No signs of visitation
> by any of our wildlife friends yet today. The
> season for all that seems to have peaked. A pique
> meanwhile of snarling and growling was heard the
> other night and once illuminated, did turn out to
> be a standoff between a fox and a raccoon. Once
> lit up however, each of them chose to slink back
> off into the dark of night.
>
> In other news, Dumb Davey at first didn't call on
> the bullpen at all last night, and then dialed the
> wrong number when he finally did try to fill in
> behind a fading and generally ineffective Patrick
> Corbin. That cost us a couple of key runs in a
> game that the Nats ultimately lost by a score of
> 7-5. So that makes three straight series that
> we've dropped, and seven of the last ten games
> overall. This is making those who suggested that
> this trip would bring the end of all hope for 2019
> look pretty good. Having gone 0-2 with Strasburg
> and Corbin on the mound, the team heads on now to
> San Francisco with Erick Fedde (bashed by the
> Braves last time out) set to start things off.
> The Giants Jeff Samardzija went through a rough
> first half, but has been quite a bit better of
> late. This will again be a tough nut for the Nats
> to crack.
>
> Long completely cracked of course are the lame-ass
> losers of Falls Church City. They cackle away
> like crows these days, even though they have no
> access at all to the corn field. It recalls a
> time when little children tried to trade youthful
> insults on a long ago plowed under elementary
> school playground. So guilelessly infantile.


Of course, not read and undoubtedly more drivel, lies, and nonsense. What appears to be missing (once again) is a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. Not sure you can ever recover from this epic failure without such a link. Your inability to provide one indicates you'll never recover. Don't worry, I won't let you forget about this massive fuck-up on your part. Might keep reminding you of your MPD blunder too. For good measure, of course.

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Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 05, 2019 05:41PM

I am an idiot.

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Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 05, 2019 05:43PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> I am an idiot.

No, I am an idiot.

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Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 05, 2019 05:43PM

seven figure city Wrote:
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> JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I am an idiot.
>
> No, I am an idiot.

I am a bigger idiot than you are.

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Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 05, 2019 05:44PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> seven figure city Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > I am an idiot.
> >
> > No, I am an idiot.
>
> I am a bigger idiot than you are.

No, I am a bigger idiot than you are.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 05, 2019 05:46PM

I AM THE BIGGEST IDIOT AND NOBODY CAN PROVE OTHERWISE.








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Posted by: /Fixerer Of It For You/ ()
Date: August 05, 2019 10:58PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> ^^^ I fear that this really is the best that Falls
> Church City has to offer
the truth about me & my Dim Wit Loser Failure Squad. Oh, and I'm gay, too!.


FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 06, 2019 09:05AM

Well, some things never change. The abysmally low-class nature of our Falls Church posters would be one example, while the beautiful mornings that we fortunates out here in the Sweet Spot ever seem to enjoy would ne another. Today, we have one of the best in a good while, as the mercury stood at 67 degrees just a few minutes ago, and while the humidity remains high at 84%, the air out there is cool and refreshing in a way that we haven't seen of late. A rating of 98 might actually be on the low side today. And for those of you who don't understand the variations in area weather conditions, the temperature difference between DCA and HEF has narrowed to a mere 8 degrees this morning. The gap doesn't get much smaller than that at this time of year. Looks like it will be another nice day out this way today, with the usual August chances for thunderstorms popping up in late afternoon, then becoming a little more serious heading on into the evening hours. Seems likely though that Brockmont will not be flooded out once again today.

Had a quick chat with The Principals yesterday. Randy's was certainly a great success last week, but it's getting to be time now to arrange our next little get-together. Maybe we'll hit up another new place. Maybe we'll do a return visit to some old favorite spot. Work to be done there yet. Understandably, neither of them is enthused at all about Luzmary or any other place in or around what Brookmont Bob once called the "dining desert" of Falls Church City, but there are many excellent places elsewhere in the area to choose from. The four of us will simply have to settle on one of those at some point.

In other news, Erick Fedde didn't win a game in June or July, but he has won one now in August, as the bullpen made his nice six innings of shutout ball stand up for a 4-0 victory over the Giants last night. Rendon's bat and blazing speed were helpful to the winners as well. Doesn't mean much in the long run of course, but winning is always more fun than losing. For tonight's pretty much just as meaningless Game-2 of the series, we'll have the up-and-down Anibal Sanchez ready to go, while SF will dip into its Triple-A roster to call up Conner Menez to give it a go. He gave up a couple of homers, but otherwise fared reasonably well in a spot-start against the Mets last month, and he'll likely be amped up some on his return to the bigs.

Never having spent a single day in the bigs meanwhile are these sorry little specimens from the Itsy Bitsy City. Unable to deal with any sort of serious matter, they continue to shame themselves in a maudlin manufacture of meaningless claims and seriously stupid arguments, products that bring nothing more than laughter and ridicule down upon their feeble, flummoxed heads. It's becoming clear here that the Redfin awful abyss is actually too good for these dreadful bottom-of-the-barrel lees and losers.

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Posted by: Dim Wit shown to be full of it ()
Date: August 06, 2019 09:23AM

Nobody with any brains believes Dimwit. He manufactures these stories of living at Millionaire Acres where he can even control the outside climate. It's August, Dimwit, the weather is hot, sticky, thunder stormy and overall shitty. WEATHER today shitty, TOMORROW: shitty; Thursday continued shitty with a 100% chance of shitty through the weekend. It don't matter where you are, they have 3 kinds of weather here in Jul. & Aug.: Shitty, Shittier and COMPLETELY SHITTY. Nobody cares what the readings are here or there, everybody knows what it's like no matter where they are: Shitty, Shittier or COMPLETELY SHITTY.

Nobody believes Dimwit about these overpriced mediocre restaurants he goes to. If he was as smart with his money as he says he is, he wouldn't waste it in those shitholes, anyhow. A rare treat for him would be Golden Corral.

Dimwit still doesn't know shit about baseball, but he continues to pontificate to us & show his abject stupidity.

He still can't cover up him getting burnt by playing Google Wizard. He sees this BS made up by some REal Estate Co. & takes is as Gospel of Truth. If he doesn't know real estate agents are like used car salesmen, he proves yet again he deserves the name "Dimwit".

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Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 06, 2019 11:48AM

“...the abysmally low-class nature of our Falls Church posters...”

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 06, 2019 12:43PM

Of course, not read and undoubtedly more drivel, lies, and nonsense. What appears to be missing (once again) is a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. Not sure you can ever recover from this epic failure without such a link. Your inability to provide one indicates you'll never recover. Don't worry, I won't let you forget about this massive fuck-up on your part. Might keep reminding you of your MPD blunder too. For good measure, of course.

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Posted by: Poor Confused Brockmont Bob ()
Date: August 06, 2019 01:20PM


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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 06, 2019 01:40PM

^^^ Your A-material to be sure, but it’s all slop that has miserably failed before.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 06, 2019 03:20PM

How is it failing? He's merely providing evidence of YOUR failures.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 06, 2019 04:30PM

seven figure city Wrote:
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> How is it failing? He's merely providing evidence of YOUR failures.

That would mean that HE is just as stupid as YOU, baloney-boy.

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Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 06, 2019 05:08PM

The only dumb one here is the idiot that can’t post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. Oh, and the idiot that stupidly referred to the MPD as DCPD. You wouldn’t know that dipshit, would you? I’ll give you a hint. It’s the same dolt that can’t differentiate between clearly different posters. If you need another hint, take a look in the mirror.

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Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 06, 2019 06:23PM

Dude, you’re a laughing stock. Still no more than a chew-toy for the Big Dog.

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Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 06, 2019 06:45PM

LOL! The little shit thinks he's a big shot. Being a "big dog" means you know how to post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. You'd also know that the local police department in Washington, D.C. is commonly called MPD. That's your own dumbness, now wallow in it little shit. Exposing you as a two bit fraud isn't even a challenge, but watching bitch like a little girl when it happens is nothing short of hilarious! Dance for me, Brockmont Boy!

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Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 06, 2019 07:18PM

Thunder coming your way, loser. Got sandbags?

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Date: August 06, 2019 07:29PM

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Date: August 06, 2019 07:32PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 06, 2019 07:49PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Thunder coming your way, loser. Got sandbags?


LOL! There's some thunder rumbling off in the distance. But, you don't need sandbags for thunder. You need them for rain, dope. Even the dumbest of the dumb know that. Should the storm knock out the power, I'm ready though. Your dipshit plan is to drive around in the event you lose power. But yes, I do have sandless sand bags. That's probably another product you're completely unaware of.

Of course, all this weather nonsense from you is just another futile attempt to distract from the fact you can't provide a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. It also won't distract from the fact you bungled MPD.

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Posted by: Quoted poster is obviously gay ()
Date: August 06, 2019 10:42PM

JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Thunder coming your way, loser. Got sandbags?


The only thunder around here is what's coming out of your asshole. You should stop eating Van Kamp's pork & beans.

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Posted by: Rebt-Free in Dim Wit's head ()
Date: August 07, 2019 08:17AM

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>
> Had a quick chat with The Principals yesterday.
> Reminded them just how gay I am.


>
>
> In other news, I just started driving for Lyft this
> week & already I've picked up some hot gay action
> with some of my riders.



more like it.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 07, 2019 08:54AM

Well, I'll interrupt the Parade of Fools above long to enough to note that as is pretty much customary out this way, it's another really nice morning in the beautiful Sweet Spot, once again making the fortunate folk able to live out here so very glad that they do. To be clear, it's not actually as nice today as it was yesterday, as the thermometer moved up into the low 70's already some time ago, and while the breezes have indeed picked up just a bit, it's not enough to support that fresh and bracing sort of cool we had just 24 hours ago. We'll certainly take it though.

Looking forward here to a somewhat quieter day than yesterday. Semi-annual dental check-up in the morning Tuesday, then pushing a cart around to collect $250 worth of new victuals subsequently transported home and put into their proper places. Part of that was another bag of delicious Chincoteague clams that I'll wash off an cook up for breakfast here in a little bit. Danged things are just so yummy!

We of course were fine out here, but hopefully, none of you poor easterners was too badly damaged in last night's noisy wave of storms. It's tough living on the edge alright, but Falls Churchers should not forget the big emergency flood meeting tonight at 7:00 PM in the Council Chambers over at City Hall. City Manager Shields has said that "Everyone agrees that these kinds of storms are becoming more common than they used to be, and we need as a community to become more resilient." So maybe head over to City Hall tonight and learn how to be more resilient. LOL.

In other news, the arm of Anibal Sanchez and the clutch bat of Kurt Suzuki paved the way for the Nats to knock off the Giants again last night by a score of 5-3. The SF side had a very good month of July, but as with Falls Church City, things have really been a struggle for them here of late. The Nats will press their luck a bit by sending Joe Ross to the hill again this afternoon, while the Giants are expected to turn to rookie right-hander Shaun Anderson, who hasn't had a ton of success over his first 80 major leagues innings. Might be a case of which will fall apart first. Hopefully, it will be their guy.

Having badly fallen apart already of course are members of the Putz Patrol of fumbling Falls Church City. Though still confined to the depths of Redfin's Awful Abyss, they are driven by their staggering ignorance, envy, and butthurt to make bigger and bigger fools of themselves every day. Assuredly, there will be more nonsense posted and more crude vandalism done to the thread today as these low-lifes once again fail to cope with their own massive shortcomings. It is what it is.

And one more time straight from the mouth of Redfin...

"In the past month, 178 homes have been sold in Falls Church. In addition to houses in Falls Church, there were also 77 condos, 47 townhouses, and 0 multi-family units for sale in Falls Church last month. Popular neighborhoods include East Falls Church, Great Forest, Oakwood, and Brockmont. This map is refreshed with the newest listings in Falls Church every 15 minutes."

The pros say that Brockmont's the place. No word re Broadmont.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 07, 2019 09:05AM

Of course, not read and undoubtedly more drivel, lies, and nonsense. What appears to be missing (once again) is a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. Not sure you can ever recover from this epic failure without such a link. Your inability to provide one indicates you'll never recover. Don't worry, I won't let you forget about this massive fuck-up on your part. Might keep reminding you of your MPD blunder too. For good measure, of course.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 07, 2019 09:46AM

The same old low-grade reflexive babble that’s earned only peals of derisive laughter on so many occasions in the past. It amounts to nothing more than a total loser’s admission of total defeat.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 07, 2019 10:33AM

The only defeat here is due to your inability to post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. It's one that stings on a daily basis and one you're not likely to recover from anytime soon. Unless, of course, you can find a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood.

That defeat is only magnified by your MPD blunder. Just when everyone thinks you couldn't get any dumber, you have to prove them wrong.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 07, 2019 10:49AM

Another ‘F’ for FAILURE. Unlike Redfin, you’d never heard of Brockmont. Just like you’d never heard of Brookmont or Luzmary or free breakfasts or the horrors of unsecured credit. That’s MEGA-FAIL territory there, and you live right in the middle of it.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city ()
Date: August 07, 2019 11:16AM

If Brockmont is so popular, as you claim, it should be no problem to post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. You've yet to be able to accomplish that. Why is that, Brockmont Boy? You really are looking like the ever failing Black Knight of Brockmont.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP Morgenthau ()
Date: August 07, 2019 11:32AM

Again, dummy —- I haven’t claimed anything. I described (and then posted) a quote from Redfin. It’s been burning your sorry butt for weeks now. Should have just said, “That’s interesting. I hadn’t heard of some of those neighborhoods before.” But you were just too stupid to do that. Still are.

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