JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> Yet again you have FAILED to answer the question
> of who lives and works in McLean. You have
> further FAILED to offer any rationale at all for
> your cartoonish claims of being able to tell where
> I am at lunch hour, what people I am with, and
> what we as a group might be doing. All this while
> not yourself being anywhere nearby or having any
> connection at all to the goings on. You are just
> a laughable sham.
Lots of people live in McLean. In one of your countless lies, you claimed to live there as well. Again, probably because of the shame you feel for living in your true abode.
> Once again for deaf ears, parents are each long
> dead and buried in New Jersey. No plans for
Of course they are. That is why it is so despicably shameful that you claimed they were still kicking it up in Brookmont.
> You lie about everything in any case, this in vain
> hopes merely of keeping up with the Joneses. We
> are long past any point where you might have had
> any hope at all of being able to keep up with the
Once again, there is nothing in your existence, nor anything you can acquire by borrowing against your home equity that is not easily within my reach. In fact, much of it is far beneath me, like a Lincoln Town Car or a Red Lobster lunch.
> The take-away here is that you had NEVER HEARD of
> either Brookmont or Brockmont until external
> sources came along to explain them to you.
Brookmont is a place in Maryland that you foolishly confused with Broadmont. Brockmont, is a place that appears on Google maps. However, that is the only place it appears. The residents of that neighborhood, every real estate agent who has or had a listing in that neighborhood and everyone else with even minimal knowledge of the area consistently and regularly refer to it as Greenway Downs. Of course, a total dope who can only rely on Google for such matters thinks differently.
I noticed you ducked the challenge like a little bitch, so I will post it again. Post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in your beloved Brockmont neighborhood. If it's such a hot neighborhood, it shouldn't be hard to find, even for an invalid like you.
> What a hoot! You continue to make an mockery of
> yourself for having misconstrued a simple English
You continue to pretend that's the case. It's right up there with your "typo" excuses.
Wow, it's almost like they took your dining experience and told the rest of the world what not to do.
> You know nothing of the matter beyond the scant
> few words you found on a public-facing webpage.
> As I am regularly in such company, I know what
> multiple big-time professional food service people
> know. This includes the sorts of hours at which
> the trucks from JJ's roll in on Sunday and holiday
LOL! You don't even know the proper name of JJs or where it is located. You can't walk those fuck ups back, pops.
> As you seem not to know, Executive Car Services
> keep their vehicles of whatever vintage in
> gleaming, tip-top shape. It is your simple
> inexperience with such things that betrays you
First, there is a difference between late model and vintage. Your precious Town Car was late model. Second, no matter how well maintained, a late model, high mileage car does not qualify as a suitable executive sedan. It is why it was found unacceptable for Uber Black in every market at the time of your fabricated trip. You are just too dumb to fake being a big shot. All you do when you try is reveal yourself to be a little shit.
> Pfft! Uber Black was a check-box option within an
> app that was once on my phone. Having sold our SE
> DC home earlier this year, there is no longer any
> use for it.
And it only too me and others mocking you to actually come to that understanding.
Once more, post a link to a home for sale or recently sold in your beloved Brockmont neighborhood. If it's such a hot neighborhood, it shouldn't be hard to find, even for an invalid like you.