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Just Me

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#1 May 8, 2008
Did anyone hear about a few people getting their tires slashed right in front of them Saturday after PSC graduation?
oh my

York, NE

#2 May 8, 2008
no i didn't hear that, wow.
Auburn citizen

York, NE

#3 May 8, 2008
Yes, although right in front of them is an exageration.
I was there

United States

#4 May 8, 2008
Actually it did happen right in front of them. Four vehicles total, 8 tires slashed. Some stupid old drunk man with nothing better to do.

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#5 May 8, 2008
Auburn citizen wrote:
Yes, although right in front of them is an exageration.
It was actually just off to the left and a bit behind them. One of the cars rolled over on its side from the escaping air pressure. There was a panic and a rush for the gate, where several people were critically injured. It was an ugly scene indeed.

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#6 May 8, 2008
Sorry. Forget my last. That was a soccer game I watched on television on Saturday. I got confused
C3PO

Syracuse, NE

#7 May 9, 2008
The Common Sense Doctor wrote:
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It was actually just off to the left and a bit behind them. One of the cars rolled over on its side from the escaping air pressure. There was a panic and a rush for the gate, where several people were critically injured. It was an ugly scene indeed.
I dont get on here very often, but you seem to have a lot of time, do you have a desk job?

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#8 May 10, 2008
C3PO wrote:
<quoted text>I dont get on here very often, but you seem to have a lot of time, do you have a desk job?
No, I don't actually. And I spend about 5 minutes of my day on this board.
Auburn citizen

York, NE

#9 May 10, 2008
I was there wrote:
Actually it did happen right in front of them. Four vehicles total, 8 tires slashed. Some stupid old drunk man with nothing better to do.
Right in front of them implies people standing in front of the man while he is slashing the tires. That is like having the best seat in the house to observe your tire being murdered. As it was, the people were sitting in the house with their backs to the street. The man was observed from this window leaning down on the side of their cars, but they could not have seen him the man alledgedly puncturing their tires with his knife. He was observed dropping the weapon alledgedly used in one of the window wells of the apartment house.
Although the man may not have exercise good judgement while drinking, nothing says he is stupid when sober.
one of them

Lincoln, NE

#10 May 12, 2008
Auburn citizen wrote:
<quoted text>nothing says he is stupid when sober.
This is typical SE Nebraska mentality. So hes really smart when sober, its really not his fault, it was the booze? Friggin wake up! Stupid is as stupid does.
auburn hero

Waxhaw, NC

#11 May 12, 2008
you guys don't even know what your talking about. someone at the graduation was rude and parked right in front og some guys driveway and instead of calling the police he took matters in his own hands. you guys need to find out the truth before you smear it all over the internet.

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#12 May 12, 2008
auburn hero wrote:
you guys don't even know what your talking about. someone at the graduation was rude and parked right in front og some guys driveway and instead of calling the police he took matters in his own hands. you guys need to find out the truth before you smear it all over the internet.
And you need to look up the definition of a run-on sentence. It's why God gave us punctuation.
one of them

Lincoln, NE

#13 May 12, 2008
auburn hero wrote:
instead of calling the police he took matters in his own hands.
stupid is as stupid does
auburn hero

Waxhaw, NC

#14 May 12, 2008
Mr. Profecto maybe you should be called The Common WSense Englis teacher instead. Just because you post untruths on the internet and think you have to slam everyone, for someone who dosen't spend much time on the post your name appears an awful lot

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#15 May 12, 2008
auburn hero wrote:
Mr. Profecto maybe you should be called The Common WSense Englis teacher instead. Just because you post untruths on the internet and think you have to slam everyone, for someone who dosen't spend much time on the post your name appears an awful lot
It's so nice to know that you're out there keeping track of my activities. What, exactly, have I posted here that is untrue? I'd be curious to know. By the way, the word 'sense' does not contain a 'W'.

Since: Dec 07

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#16 May 12, 2008
and you forgot the 'h' in English......just sayin
Auburn citizen

York, NE

#17 May 12, 2008
one of them wrote:
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This is typical SE Nebraska mentality. So hes really smart when sober, its really not his fault, it was the booze? Friggin wake up! Stupid is as stupid does.
Did I say he was not guilty, or did I blame it on the booze? I drink, I get drunk, I get sober. The things that I may do while I am drinking or drunk have nothing to do with my intelligence, except maybe I am stupid for drinking. This man you are speaking about does have a sober life which is separate from his drinking and drunk life. Whether he was sober or not, he may have committed a crime, and if found guilty, he will pay. Does being a drunk to you mean not being worthwhile?
Auburn citizen

York, NE

#18 May 12, 2008
auburn hero wrote:
you guys don't even know what your talking about. someone at the graduation was rude and parked right in front og some guys driveway and instead of calling the police he took matters in his own hands. you guys need to find out the truth before you smear it all over the internet.
There was no driveway. The cars were parked at the curb on the street---perfectly legal, the driveway is on the back of the apartments. He does claim some of the drivers--did get smart with him. If this is true, it still does not make it right.
one of them

Lincoln, NE

#19 May 13, 2008
Auburn citizen wrote:
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except maybe I am stupid for drinking.
comprenda? Doing destructive things while intoxicated is not a trait of higher intellegence.

Drop it you'll go down in flames.
Auburn citizen

York, NE

#20 May 13, 2008
Hate to dissapoint you, but I do not smoke or drink. No need to drop anything.

I have been on this thread because it should come out that some people have traits that allow them to become addicted. Some people may have strong tendencies to drink, especially if their parents were drinkers. They are the folks that will be able to outdrink you and appear to not be affected. They may get headaches at their thresshold. More and more, we are learning drinking is a sickness and that there may be some genetic deviations causing the sickness.

I disagree with you in that a person that drinks cannot also be highly intelligent. I knew this man that was an alcoholic. He was a stowaway in a ship and was literally thrown from the ship when discovered. He never went to school, but taught himself reading, writing and math. He died a rich man, the owner of motels and bars and ships, trucks (tractors), and a construction company, but he still had a drinking problem. I know some of the things he did when he drank. So, please do not tell me that a drinking person cannot also be highly intelligent.

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