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snowman

Sellersville, PA

#1 May 9, 2013
Compare this boro to the following and see the amazing similarities. Nazi prison camp. Both have a commandant. Both have Gestapo ss troopers in black uniforms. Both control your rights and stifle your ability to make your own choices. Both are rude and arrogant. Both are creepy. Then compare this town to a small southern town. Both have corrupt mayors ( mgrs) with cop mustaches. Both have corrupt elected officials. Both do racial profiling. Both have nasty public servants answering the phones and give the taxpayers the bump. Both suck.
Watching

Chalfont, PA

#2 May 9, 2013
One big difference is people in a prison camp can't leave, however here we are free to come and go. And the rest of us here would like you to exercise that right and please leave. You'd be making it a better place for the rest of us...

Since: May 13

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#3 May 9, 2013
snowman wrote:
Compare this boro to the following and see the amazing similarities. Nazi prison camp. Both have a commandant. Both have Gestapo ss troopers in black uniforms. Both control your rights and stifle your ability to make your own choices. Both are rude and arrogant. Both are creepy. Then compare this town to a small southern town. Both have corrupt mayors ( mgrs) with cop mustaches. Both have corrupt elected officials. Both do racial profiling. Both have nasty public servants answering the phones and give the taxpayers the bump. Both suck.
Jason you are a loser and always will be. You use more taxpayer money for your mental disabilities then you're worth.
Local

Perkasie, PA

#4 May 9, 2013
snowman wrote:
Compare this boro to the following and see the amazing similarities. Nazi prison camp. Both have a commandant. Both have Gestapo ss troopers in black uniforms. Both control your rights and stifle your ability to make your own choices. Both are rude and arrogant. Both are creepy. Then compare this town to a small southern town. Both have corrupt mayors ( mgrs) with cop mustaches. Both have corrupt elected officials. Both do racial profiling. Both have nasty public servants answering the phones and give the taxpayers the bump. Both suck.
Your address says Sellersville, so I guess that's the town you're talking about.
PieMan

Hatfield, PA

#5 May 9, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text>Jason you are a loser and always will be. You use more taxpayer money for your mental disabilities then you're worth.
THAN and THEN are not synonyms
snowman

Sellersville, PA

#6 May 9, 2013
Watching wrote:
One big difference is people in a prison camp can't leave, however here we are free to come and go. And the rest of us here would like you to exercise that right and please leave. You'd be making it a better place for the rest of us...
Your a total dip.
Local

Perkasie, PA

#7 May 9, 2013
snowman wrote:
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Your a total dip.
You still didn't say what town you're talking about.

Since: May 13

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#8 May 9, 2013
Local wrote:
<quoted text>You still didn't say what town you're talking about.
snowman and piehole are the same idiot...Jason of the Bush House.
PieMan

Hatfield, PA

#9 May 10, 2013
snowman wrote:
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Your a total dip.
YOUR and YOU'RE are not synonyms
Courtney

Newtown Square, PA

#10 May 10, 2013
PieMan wrote:
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YOUR and YOU'RE are not synonyms
And you are a Royal A-Hole
PieMan

Hatfield, PA

#11 May 10, 2013
Courtney:
This name is of Norman, Old French origin, introduced into England after the Norman Conquest of 1066. It has two quite distinct interpretations: firstly, the surname may be locational, from places called Courtenay in the regions of Loiret and Gâtinais which are named from a Gallo-Roman landlord "Curtenus" (a derivative of the Latin "curtus", short), with the locational suffix "-acum". The second possible derivation of the surname is from a nickname for a person who had a snub nose, from the Old French "court, curt", short, with "nez", nose.

Short landlord?
Snub nosed?

Courtney was used as a given name for men beginning at least as far back as the 17th Century (e.g. the British Member of Parliament Sir Courtney Pool, 1677[1]). As a given name for women, however, it gained wide acceptance only in the years following the 1956 publication of the novel "Chocolates for Breakfast", by Pamela Moore, whose protagonist Courtney Farrell sometimes wishes she had been born a male?n.[

Male?
Confused female?

Having fun yet? Have a nice day.
Simon

Newtown Square, PA

#12 May 10, 2013
PieMan wrote:
Courtney:
This name is of Norman, Old French origin, introduced into England after the Norman Conquest of 1066. It has two quite distinct interpretations: firstly, the surname may be locational, from places called Courtenay in the regions of Loiret and Gâtinais which are named from a Gallo-Roman landlord "Curtenus" (a derivative of the Latin "curtus", short), with the locational suffix "-acum". The second possible derivation of the surname is from a nickname for a person who had a snub nose, from the Old French "court, curt", short, with "nez", nose.

Short landlord?
Snub nosed?

Courtney was used as a given name for men beginning at least as far back as the 17th Century (e.g. the British Member of Parliament Sir Courtney Pool, 1677[1]). As a given name for women, however, it gained wide acceptance only in the years following the 1956 publication of the novel "Chocolates for Breakfast", by Pamela Moore, whose protagonist Courtney Farrell sometimes wishes she had been born a male?n.[

Male?
Confused female?

Having fun yet? Have a nice day.
A demented A-Hole at that.
PieMan

Hatfield, PA

#13 May 10, 2013
Simon wrote:
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A demented A-Hole at that.
de·ment·ed [ di mént&#601;d ]
entirely irrational: completely unreasonable or lacking any sense of the consequences of actions taken
affected with dementia: affected by the loss of intellectual functions that is associated with dementia
Synonyms: wild, irrational, crazy, unreasonable, frenzied, frantic, uncontrolled, manic

A-hole definition n. an asshole , a very stupid or annoying person.(Usually refers to a male. Rude and derogatory.)
PieMan

Hatfield, PA

#14 May 10, 2013
Courtney wrote:
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And you are a Royal A-Hole
roy·al (roil)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a monarch.
2. Of the rank of a monarch.
3. Of, relating to, or in the service of a kingdom.
4. Issued or performed by a monarch: a royal warrant; a royal visit.
5. Founded, chartered, or authorized by a monarch: a royal society of musicians.
6. Befitting royalty; stately: royal treatment.
7.
a. Superior, as in size or quality.
b. Used as an intensive: "It would be a first-class royal mess" (Sam Nunn).
n.
1. Informal A member of a monarch's family: "Among the resort's distinguished visitors are Swedish and Spanish royals" (Alistair Scott).
2. Nautical A sail set on the royalmast.
3. A paper size, 20 by 25 inches for printing, 19 by 24 inches for writing.
Idiom:
Sean

Perkasie, PA

#15 May 10, 2013
PieMan wrote:
Courtney:
This name is of Norman, Old French origin, introduced into England after the Norman Conquest of 1066. It has two quite distinct interpretations: firstly, the surname may be locational, from places called Courtenay in the regions of Loiret and Gâtinais which are named from a Gallo-Roman landlord "Curtenus" (a derivative of the Latin "curtus", short), with the locational suffix "-acum". The second possible derivation of the surname is from a nickname for a person who had a snub nose, from the Old French "court, curt", short, with "nez", nose.
Short landlord?
Snub nosed?
Courtney was used as a given name for men beginning at least as far back as the 17th Century (e.g. the British Member of Parliament Sir Courtney Pool, 1677[1]). As a given name for women, however, it gained wide acceptance only in the years following the 1956 publication of the novel "Chocolates for Breakfast", by Pamela Moore, whose protagonist Courtney Farrell sometimes wishes she had been born a male?n.[
Male?
Confused female?
Having fun yet? Have a nice day.
All of that copy & pasting about a made up Topix moniker. You must have no life, no job & an inferiority complex.
FactsNotBlather

Hatfield, PA

#16 May 10, 2013
Sean wrote:
<quoted text>All of that copy & pasting about a made up Topix moniker. You must have no life, no job & an inferiority complex.
Are not all anonymous monikers "made up"?

I insult none of my fellow trolls while playing this game.

I copy and paste facts and do not make up false claims or attempt to name any of the many other no-lifers on this meaningless thread.

I enjoy what I'm doing and at the same time, do no harm, spread no falsehoods, and copy and paste factual material that others might find interesting.

Do I believe you and the other anonymous trolls are superior to my (Royal) self? Who cares? Not I! I am enjoying my old age and this beautiful day. Surely those who peruse these threads get the joke.

I hope you do the same.
RoyalDementedA

Hatfield, PA

#17 May 10, 2013
-Hole

See how much fun one can have when not taking this nonsense seriously? Laughing at oneself rather than denigrating others is one way I stay physically and psychologically healthy. Volunteering to work with others is another way I attempt to stay mentally alert and emotionally satisfied.

Now I am going off to participate in healthier activities.

Enjoy contributing to this twisted travesty of an anonymous community-based website.
CountBasey

Baltimore, MD

#19 May 10, 2013
RoyalDementedA wrote:
-Hole
See how much fun one can have when not taking this nonsense seriously? Laughing at oneself rather than denigrating others is one way I stay physically and psychologically healthy. Volunteering to work with others is another way I attempt to stay mentally alert and emotionally satisfied.
Now I am going off to participate in healthier activities.
Enjoy contributing to this twisted travesty of an anonymous community-based website.
Christ! It's the Damn Child Molester !!!!!
Arnold

Souderton, PA

#20 May 10, 2013
CountBasey wrote:
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Christ! It's the Damn Child Molester !!!!!
LOL! He's warming up to defend Rick Orloff and the nothing Orloff has done. I remember when Arnold and Staats were campaigning against Orloff. Little did they know they would be sucking his dick. HAHA
DementedPieMan

Hatfield, PA

#21 May 10, 2013
Out of the woodwork the local troll patrol crawls to keep alive yet another meaningless thread by mentioning the dreaded child molester.

Have I been promoted or demoted when only a few entries ago I was ousted as Jason? How fickle you all are!

After returning from a rewarding afternoon and evening of volunteer work I find you're all perched- like turkey vultures in the trees- to attack. Wrong prey, as usual, but amusing to this old codger.

Get a life. I suggest you volunteer to work for the local political party that is working against those you deplore.

Anonymous entries on unedited websites are like dropping pennies in a shopping mall fountain and making a wish.

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