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Panco

Cookeville, TN

#41 Aug 29, 2011
Yellitfromarooftop wrote:
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Smarter than you. Look at your use of grammer and puncuation. Go get your GED.
Maybe but how come your are the dumb ass that moved to a place u don't like, now how smart is that?

Since: Apr 11

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#42 Aug 29, 2011
Panco wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe but how come your are the dumb ass that moved to a place u don't like, now how smart is that?
I never said I did not like it. I do not like people using their yards for dumps and landfills. Maybe I will move in with your mama, I bet she will like that.
Some People

Cookeville, TN

#43 Aug 29, 2011
urstupid wrote:
<quoted text> I love it when you disagree with someone you assume they're not from here. Are you some smokey, smelly, toothless redneck? See, it doesn't make sense if they're a native or not.
I didn't assume anything. I simply asked a question, just like you did. If you assume me to be any of those things you list, then you are sadly mistaken. It made sense to me, because you see, I know the reason I asked the question, and you do not. Sorry to burst your bubble, but you are wrong.
Some People

Cookeville, TN

#44 Aug 29, 2011
And, Yellit, yes, I understand about maintaining things. Some people just don't understand, and they were not raised in a manner so as to keep things up. It's hard to be a cycle breaker. I probably should have worded my comment a little differently. Maybe I should have said something like "I'm sure a father with a family, who is having trouble paying for the things they need, was a little insulted that someone felt the need to call to his attention the poor repair of his vehicle. Add to that the fact that you mentioned something he didn't know, in front of him family, and I can understand why a man (or woman for that matter) might feel that you were putting him down and insulting him, thus his insult." Maybe that is a little more pc than what I originally said. I've walked a mile in the shoes of a parent whose child was ashamed to be seen in their car before, and it isn't fun. Kids are funny like that you know, but I digress.

Since: Apr 11

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#45 Aug 29, 2011
Some People wrote:
And, Yellit, yes, I understand about maintaining things. Some people just don't understand, and they were not raised in a manner so as to keep things up. It's hard to be a cycle breaker. I probably should have worded my comment a little differently. Maybe I should have said something like "I'm sure a father with a family, who is having trouble paying for the things they need, was a little insulted that someone felt the need to call to his attention the poor repair of his vehicle. Add to that the fact that you mentioned something he didn't know, in front of him family, and I can understand why a man (or woman for that matter) might feel that you were putting him down and insulting him, thus his insult." Maybe that is a little more pc than what I originally said. I've walked a mile in the shoes of a parent whose child was ashamed to be seen in their car before, and it isn't fun. Kids are funny like that you know, but I digress.
You do not have to be raised to maintain your car. There are laws inplace for that. There is no excuse. There has been times in my life where I lived off peanut butter and french bread. As an adult with the privilege to have a drivers license and a car my priorities were maintaining my vehicle so I could get to work safely and buy that peanut butter and french bread. My only point in this is people should do the right thing. If people did the right thing our lives would be much simpler. Maybe sites like this can be used as a tool to help break the cycle. Anyone that reads this must know deep in their heart they must change their ways.
urstupid

United States

#46 Aug 29, 2011
Some People wrote:
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I didn't assume anything. I simply asked a question, just like you did. If you assume me to be any of those things you list, then you are sadly mistaken. It made sense to me, because you see, I know the reason I asked the question, and you do not. Sorry to burst your bubble, but you are wrong.
Geez, don't you GET it? It was a reference to your question of "are you a yankee?"! What was the pertinence of the question then with the subject matter? No apology needed. You didn't burst my bubble - I didn't realize you had limited language comprehension.
yesorno

Cookeville, TN

#47 Aug 29, 2011
Yellitfromarooftop wrote:
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You do not have to be raised to maintain your car. There are laws inplace for that. There is no excuse. There has been times in my life where I lived off peanut butter and french bread. As an adult with the privilege to have a drivers license and a car my priorities were maintaining my vehicle so I could get to work safely and buy that peanut butter and french bread. My only point in this is people should do the right thing. If people did the right thing our lives would be much simpler. Maybe sites like this can be used as a tool to help break the cycle. Anyone that reads this must know deep in their heart they must change their ways.
and if that person driving the vehicle with the bald tire were unaware, no doubt he would have appreciated the warning. If, however, he was someone who lived within spitting-distance of the local wal-mart and drove their often, most likely via back-roads or sidestreets, the likelihood of his having any type of accident that would affect you in any way, shape, or form diminshes GREATLY. Did you notice a license plate designation of a county, perhaps? Or did you just "assume" that this person would pose some sort of grave danger to you in some imagined interstate-wreck scenario? Like others on this board, I have driven with bald tires many-a-time, sometimes, fiscal reality simply necessitates it. Like many others here as well, I've driven vehicles that would be considered "junk" in the eyes of most. And like many others here, the assumption of someone who approached me to voice their opinion on the matter would find their opinion unwelcome unless they did so as politely as possible in undertaking what they thought would be a welcome endeavor. I know what I drive, I know what other people drive, and I know where my property line begins and ends and where my neighbors property line begins and ends. That is the very definition of "civility," in my opinion, and it is what I expect as "civil" behavior from those that choose to live around me.

Since: Apr 11

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#48 Aug 29, 2011
yesorno wrote:
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and if that person driving the vehicle with the bald tire were unaware, no doubt he would have appreciated the warning. If, however, he was someone who lived within spitting-distance of the local wal-mart and drove their often, most likely via back-roads or sidestreets, the likelihood of his having any type of accident that would affect you in any way, shape, or form diminshes GREATLY. Did you notice a license plate designation of a county, perhaps? Or did you just "assume" that this person would pose some sort of grave danger to you in some imagined interstate-wreck scenario? Like others on this board, I have driven with bald tires many-a-time, sometimes, fiscal reality simply necessitates it. Like many others here as well, I've driven vehicles that would be considered "junk" in the eyes of most. And like many others here, the assumption of someone who approached me to voice their opinion on the matter would find their opinion unwelcome unless they did so as politely as possible in undertaking what they thought would be a welcome endeavor. I know what I drive, I know what other people drive, and I know where my property line begins and ends and where my neighbors property line begins and ends. That is the very definition of "civility," in my opinion, and it is what I expect as "civil" behavior from those that choose to live around me.
You are just as wrong as him. The following is a quote from my conversation.
"Sir, you have steel comming through your tires" is that polite enough for you. I did not say hey asshole or dumbass fix your car. That is the way it was said. It does not matter what roads he drives or where he lives. I hope you are not an attorney because all of your clients would be found guilty. I use all the roads in Putnam County because I pay my taxes and I have that right. Why should it matter where I drive or where he drives. People should keep their junk off the road. I was going to be nice here but you are a moroon.
No more

Cookeville, TN

#50 Aug 29, 2011
Yellitfromarooftop wrote:
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If I was nice I would say these things:
"As you do unto the least of these, so you do unto me"
"Judge not lest ye yourselves be judged"
BUT I'm not, so I say STFU & GTFO.
Retards

Baxter, TN

#51 Aug 29, 2011
I agree with the "remove the 'junk' from your yard" philosophy.....especially if it's an old muscle car. Quit saying you're "gonna fix'er up some day" and sell the damn thing to me already!

As far as the other trash people keep in their yards.....they're just slobs who don't care. No different than the hoodrats that live in the ghetto's across this once great but now "withering in laziness" nation...
Whisky

Tullahoma, TN

#53 Nov 30, 2012
So yellit will make his business to visit anyone moving next door to express his opinion as to how he thinks the new neighbor should/should not use his own property. And probably would run complaining to someone in Cityhall if things wern't to his satifaction. If you want to spend so much time correcting perceived problems, maybe you should have spent equal time finding a place you might really fit in, like maybe a gated community with a homeowners association. Those places are just the thing for people such as yourself whom feel the urge to control the people and property around them.
Wedneck

Clover, SC

#54 Nov 30, 2012
Me wedneck
Me try to buy used panties on there
They come and are way bigger than girl in picture

Weird brownish yellow stains on the crotch

Me try to wear them on my head but it make me gag

Me throw them out and neighbor's dog chew on them for 2 months

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