Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> No, the open fields, woods, and streams of the
> Sweet Spot are far more attractive to wildlife
> than the barren, built up checkerboard of
> Broafmont's dusty quarter-acre lots.
By your own accounts, there is a lack of a variety of aves in your area as well as a dearth of cottontails. Seems the spot isn't so sweet after all.
> A large fox is not a tiny animal. And acting for
> 15-20 seconds so as not to spook or disturb a
> gorgeous example of such an animal is indeed a
> sign of respect.
Fox in this area are rarely, if ever, more than 20 lbs. That isn't large. Coward.
> Table of ten on Thanksgiving. The only actual
> question in advance was over a couple that had
> gotten into a bit of a tiff a few days prior, but
> they each in fact attended and they were entirely
> civil toward each other. These sorts of things
> can sometimes happen in adult relationships.
Table of ten? There was a question about one couple? If they came, where did the possibility of twelve come from? Time to backtrack, dope.
> As your assumption and use of the word confirms,
> any chef at all would seem a 'celeb' to you. Life
> is meanwhile not so neat and tidy as small minds
> would try to imagine.
You gave him a title with capital letters. Guess you oversold his talents. Then again, you indicated he served some tailgate fare as appetizers. LOL!
> There's that hiding that you should have been
> engaged in all along. No need to confront or
> accept any sort of reality at all.
The reality is that you are a known and confirmed liar and fraud.
> That person was you, but as you often note, your
> attention can tend to wander and become divided
Nope. Not the first time your inability to distinguish between different people mocking you has been noted though. Many folks know that the mere mention of a carport will induce your Pavlovian response. Apparently, someone induced you to post as Brookmont Bob at the mere mention of a substandard automobile shelter.
> No, there are not.
There are plenty. Again, it calls into question whether or not you've actually been to the park. After all, you are unfamiliar with the local exits, parks or police force.
> And sometimes what I post is what Redfin has
> posted, and you end up looking like a complete
> fool as the result. All this Brockmont hub-bub
> going on, and you miss it like it was a 30-foot
Perhaps you can post a link from Redfin to a home for sale or recently sold in the Brockmont neighborhood. Can you manage that?
> Yes. If you somehow want to portray yourself as a
> person knowledgeable of events and conditions in
> your area, you most certainly should be aware of
> what nearby neighborhoods are being seen by real
> estate professionals as being among the most
> popular. You of course had no clue. No clue at
Which real estate agents in the area are talking about Brockmont? Who has a listing for a home for sale in the neighborhood?
> No map needed, dolt.
Clearly you do.
> No, it's 'the police'. Not MPD, MPDC, or MPDDC.
> All that nonsense can and should be avoided --
> especially in the context of out-of-town audiences
> -- through use of the universally understood DCPD.
> Well, universal except for this one slow-poke
Except you didn't use the term police. You stupidly used the incorrect term DCPD. Local media and bloggers use the MPD acronym on a regular basis.
> No, they aren't. You'd be lucky to find one in a
> hundred who has ever heard of the place.
Convenient excuse for a dope that made an ass out of himself for not knowing what building he was allegedly driving under on his make believe roundabout way to the ballpark. The simple fact is that people who live and/or work in DC know exactly what building 3rd St., NW passes under. It only took you getting your ass handed to you for you to understand that.
> Nobody in the general public uses your favorite
> exit to get to the ballpark.
Plenty of people do. Further, it isn't only used to access the ballpark. Someone who allegedly owned a home in a neighborhood less than a mile from the exit would certainly be aware of it.
> And you need to
> decide whether this imaginary wall of yours lies
> to the east or to the west of all those grassy
> areas with small trees. You've claimed both of
The wall is on the west side of the park or the east side of Washington Avenue. Take a look at your own picture that you posted of the park.
Do you see how the topography of the park is flat and the building on the right (Rayburn) is actually BELOW the level of the park? What is it that you think holds the west end of the park up in that photo?
> I did a search on Brookmont Bob. You didn't.
> That was another just plain dumb mistake by you,
> and you are now paying a price for that all too
> common dumbness.
Yeah, I didn't do a search of Brookmont Bob (you). Whooptie fucking doo. You posted as Brookmont Bob, so it was easy for you to remember.
> It's a very BASIC concept, except to desperate
> lying morons. KFC, Popeye's, and Chik-fil-A would
> all be examples of area chicken places. Church's
> would be as well if they had outlets in the area
> anymore. Liberty BBQ would not be.
The question was never about a "chicken place." You only introduced the term because you fucked up on whether Liberty has chicken or not.
> FCC was forced by repeated losses in court to
> settle for less than what its reps had called
> 'pennies on the dollar' not long before. Millions
> of dollars worth of infrastructure were lost,
> large portions of its cash-flow and customer
> franchise were lost, and along with that, the
> ability to pad city coffers by piling charges onto
> County residents. Custer may have had a worse
> outcome than FCC, but he'd be on a short list.
The deal is still bringing in cash and will be for many years. You won't.
> No, more personal insight gained from having
> actually lived in a given locale. Florida is in
> general a horrible place.
> The chili, soup, sandwiches, and pizza at
> Santini's are all pretty good. What have you had
> lately that could have topped all that?
Every meal since your takeout.
> It's unlikely that you'll ever have the
> opportunity to find out.
Counting my blessings for that. Then again, GAR and Red Lobster are not in my repertoire.
> Still pointing out that in your consistently far
> from the mark descriptions of this wine, you have
> only confirmed that neither you nor 'your wife'
> has ever had so much as a sip of Terlato Pinot
> Grigio Friuli Colli Orientali.
Described it to perfection and properly noted that you and your imaginary principals paired it improperly with your imaginary dinner.
> An absence of any such outings would explain a
Only your stupidity explains your dumbness.
> If it weren't for the delights of Spring Training,
> I'd never travel to Florida again.
I guess the equity is not built up enough.
> For the reasons listed above and more, Florida
> sucks very badly. Unless you have no choice in
> the matter, or in the event of Spring Training,
> just don't go there.
> It's called cowering behind a wall of lies -- one
> of your specialties.
Funny coming from a confirmed liar and fraud who may be the biggest sissy coward in the region.