Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#63 Feb 7, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>Nice debate point Alinsky.
LeJumbo/LeDumbo translation - All people deserve to get stuff they don't earn. Whatever job they pick by their life's choices, good or bad, should end up paying the same. It isn't communism or socialism in the LeJumbo opinion, just "fair". Lack of will, ambition, drive, and personal responsibility should be rewarded in the LeJumbo system. Those with will, ambition, drive, and personal responsibility should be responsible for taking care of the lazy, poorly motivated, and undercompensated in the LeJumbo system, that by the way is not socialist or communist.
It's nice to pretend to have a point, but when you make crap up, you're not fooling anyone.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#64 Feb 7, 2013
Sugar Ray Robinson wrote:
<quoted text>
The Champ is in the ring warming up,Float like a butterfly but sting like a Bee,stick and move!
Poor "guy" leads with "his" chin, but I can't take all the credit, TrashyLiar wore "his" AZZ OUT !! LMAOROFU~!
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#65 Feb 7, 2013
Whereas, you're a bald faced liar...

non-sense wrote-

First of all, you wouldn't come up with $50k for someone else to hold, and neither would I.

next she wrote-

Get your money,$10,$100, whatever you want in that range to a neutral 3rd party to hold.

Now, where does your acceptance of the wager OFFERED come in, again ???

You want me to wager on my statement, fine...

Otherwise, you're a lying child that lacks the maturity to pretend manhood, like your puffer pals...
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#66 Feb 7, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Whereas, you're a bald faced liar...
non-sense wrote-
First of all, you wouldn't come up with $50k for someone else to hold, and neither would I.
next she wrote-
Get your money,$10,$100, whatever you want in that range to a neutral 3rd party to hold.
Now, where does your acceptance of the wager OFFERED come in, again ???
You want me to wager on my statement, fine...
Otherwise, you're a lying child that lacks the maturity to pretend manhood, like your puffer pals...
Cut and pasting B.S. on multiple threads that have nothing to do with the point you are trying to make is quite a trick. So nice to see your mastery of the Control C and Control V key combinations. Too bad you can't master rational thought.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#67 Feb 7, 2013
They have everything to do with it, but nice "attempt" at distraction, dumb*ss..

Since, I was quoting your pal and you know it, this seems weak... Of course, avoiding the bet is your "purpose.

Whereas, you're a bald faced liar...

non-sense wrote-

First of all, you wouldn't come up with $50k for someone else to hold, and neither would I.

next she wrote-

Get your money,$10,$100, whatever you want in that range to a neutral 3rd party to hold.

Now, where does your acceptance of the wager OFFERED come in, again ???
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#68 Feb 7, 2013
By your "logic", I'll take the month bet, from the day I said it would take a month....

"The battery rework will take a month or less."

My month started 2/3/13 are you accepting the 50k wager ???

COME ON MOUTH !!! LMAOROTFU~!
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#69 Feb 7, 2013
"Guy" takes a serious 50k wager offer and whines it down to $10-$100, while telling me "he's" a mensch !??? Come on, LIE A LITTLE BETTER...
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#70 Feb 7, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
By your "logic", I'll take the month bet, from the day I said it would take a month....
"The battery rework will take a month or less."
My month started 2/3/13 are you accepting the 50k wager ???
COME ON MOUTH !!! LMAOROTFU~!
Since you are posting on threads that don't have anything to do with the lack of a point you are trying to make, I will respond in kind.

Amused Slew wrote:
Is their a Aircraft plant in Mn, I don't know about ??? LMAOROTFU~! As for "junk", are you a resident of MN ?
Stupid....Maxamillion DA MORON wrote:
<quoted text>
"Boeing will never fly the 787..."
"All this rework may take 2+ years."
"NOT a quick fix by any means."

You might want to try "there" next time.

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Work on these and get back to me. Usually, before a word that begins with a vowel, we use "an" instead of "a", but that is a lesson for after you master there/their/they're.

As for an airline company in Minnesota, your question was presented as a rhetorical one. I can get you a definition of rhetorical as well, mr low integrity poster.

This cut and paste spamming is easy, no wonder you do it so much.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#71 Feb 7, 2013
Sure, your behavior is my fault and you're broke in character, ass well as financially ! LMAOROFU~!

"Guy" takes a serious 50k wager offer and whines it down to $10-$100, while telling me "he's" a mensch !??? Come on, LIE A LITTLE BETTER...

Spamming nonsense makes you feel better, huh, loser !?? Ps -ass=intentional.
Full Truth

Grantsburg, WI

#72 Feb 7, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Sure, your behavior is my fault and you're broke in character, ass well as financially ! LMAOROFU~!
"Guy" takes a serious 50k wager offer and whines it down to $10-$100, while telling me "he's" a mensch !??? Come on, LIE A LITTLE BETTER...
Spamming nonsense makes you feel better, huh, loser !?? Ps -ass=intentional.
Full Blown Psychotic,

"Spamming nonsense makes you feel better" (The spamming that is YOU 16 hours a day makes sense)

More data for the Room Full of Psychiatrists to attempt to decipher!

Before you finally Man up/ Woman up and GO TO THE LIGHT, please take a day or two and tell us what it is that fauched you up so bad!

I KNOW that it is Genetic, and probably your Parents breeding as Siblings. But I want to hear it from YOU!
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#73 Feb 7, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Sure, your behavior is my fault and you're broke in character, ass well as financially ! LMAOROFU~!
"Guy" takes a serious 50k wager offer and whines it down to $10-$100, while telling me "he's" a mensch !??? Come on, LIE A LITTLE BETTER...
Spamming nonsense makes you feel better, huh, loser !?? Ps -ass=intentional.
Oh my, an internet bully, with a mythical $50k dojo dollar bet. Arrogant, dumb, and intellectually bankrupt is no way to go through life, slewche. I suggest you file Chapter 7 intellectual bankruptcy immediately.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#74 Feb 7, 2013
Sure, your behavior is my fault and you're broke in character, ass well as financially ! LMAOROFU~!

"Guy" takes a serious 50k wager offer and whines it down to $10-$100, while telling me "he's" a mensch !???

Come on, LIE A LITTLE BETTER...

Spamming nonsense makes you feel better, huh, loser !?? Ps -ass=intentional.

Poor troll, came up short in the character department and pocketbook...

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#75 Feb 7, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Try cutting out the union if you want to save the postal service, that is the only way out of this billion dollar mess !
__________
<quoted text>
Your right, if that union pension fund, still underfunded as I hear, wasn't there, they would have made a 1.6 billion, I think I heard in profit
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#76 Feb 7, 2013
It's actually over-funded, butt you're "thinking" teabagger...

Poor old man nobody cares you're a COWARD !! LMAOROTFU~! How many trips, senile loser ??? You had an address, you made the choice. Sing your silly songs, you don't ask for personal info on the web...
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#77 Feb 7, 2013
The Postal Service is overfunding its two pension plans by more than $13 billion, according to the latest projections by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). This overfunding comes at a significant cost to the organization as it has racked up debt to pay for prefunding of its healthcare plan, while continuing to make large annual payments into overfunded pension plans.

The overfunding of the Federal Employee Retirement System (FERS) has been well-documented in recent years, and it is addressed in some of the reform bills introduced in the last session of Congress. Nearly everyone recognizes that FERS is overfunded, and most agree that a fix is needed to return some portion of the overfunding to the Postal Service. But what was $7 billion in FERS overfunding has now grown to $11.4 billion, according to OPM’s latest projections. Equally notable, however, is that the Postal Service has overfunded the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) pension plan by about $1.7 billion, according to OPM. Only two years ago, the CSRS pension plan appeared to be underfunded.

Let’s make clear that the overfunding of these pension plans is separate from the $75 billion overpayment to CSRS pension plan that the Office of inspector General found based on how retirement costs were assigned to former employees of the old Post Office Department.(The Postal Regulatory Commission determined that the Postal Service overpaid by $55 billion.) This article won’t get into the overpayment of CSRS and puts that whole argument aside for now. The current overfunding of the pension plans discussed in this article is based on OPM’s calculations and is not disputed among the various parties.

Each year, OPM recalculates the Postal Service’s retirement pensions for the previous year (in this case FY 2010) and makes a projection for the just-completed fiscal year (FY 2011). The chart from the Postal Service’s 2011 Report on Form 10-K financial report (download the PDF to see), shows that OPM has determined that FERS is projected to be $11.4 billion overfunded for FY 2011 and CSRS will be $1.7 billion overfunded, bringing the total to $13.1 billion.

CSRS is a closed system, which means that it is not accepting any new employees. Postal employees first hired after December 31, 1983, are part of FERS. Unlike CSRS employees, FERS employees contribute to and participate in Social Security. They can also participate in a 401-K style program called the Thrift Savings Plan. The FERS annuity is the third part of the program. Employees contribute 0.8 percent their paychecks, and the Postal Service contributes 11.7 percent.(FERS was designed so the participants would pay the same contribution for the annuity and Social Security that CSRS employees paid for their pension.) Like all pension plans, the party that manages them – in this case OPM – has to make assumptions about certain things, such as future interest rates, the rate of inflation, future salary increases, how many people will retire in a given year, and how long people will receive their pensions.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#78 Feb 7, 2013
Matter not, no union, no pension fund, Let go Bankrupt
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#79 Feb 7, 2013
Nattering nut.... LMAOROTFu~! Funny, ex-"military" against American workers and the 50% veteran Postal workers, because you have a maturity "problem". Poor old "man", you're a waste of skin.
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#80 Feb 7, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
The Postal Service is overfunding its two pension plans by more than $13 billion, according to the latest projections by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). This overfunding comes at a significant cost to the organization as it has racked up debt to pay for prefunding of its healthcare plan, while continuing to make large annual payments into overfunded pension plans.
The overfunding of the Federal Employee Retirement System (FERS) has been well-documented in recent years, and it is addressed in some of the reform bills introduced in the last session of Congress. Nearly everyone recognizes that FERS is overfunded, and most agree that a fix is needed to return some portion of the overfunding to the Postal Service. But what was $7 billion in FERS overfunding has now grown to $11.4 billion, according to OPM’s latest projections. Equally notable, however, is that the Postal Service has overfunded the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) pension plan by about $1.7 billion, according to OPM. Only two years ago, the CSRS pension plan appeared to be underfunded.
Let’s make clear that the overfunding of these pension plans is separate from the $75 billion overpayment to CSRS pension plan that the Office of inspector General found based on how retirement costs were assigned to former employees of the old Post Office Department.(The Postal Regulatory Commission determined that the Postal Service overpaid by $55 billion.) This article won’t get into the overpayment of CSRS and puts that whole argument aside for now. The current overfunding of the pension plans discussed in this article is based on OPM’s calculations and is not disputed among the various parties.
Each year, OPM recalculates the Postal Service’s retirement pensions for the previous year (in this case FY 2010) and makes a projection for the just-completed fiscal year (FY 2011). The chart from the Postal Service’s 2011 Report on Form 10-K financial report (download the PDF to see), shows that OPM has determined that FERS is projected to be $11.4 billion overfunded for FY 2011 and CSRS will be $1.7 billion overfunded, bringing the total to $13.1 billion.
CSRS is a closed system, which means that it is not accepting any new employees. Postal employees first hired after December 31, 1983, are part of FERS. Unlike CSRS employees, FERS employees contribute to and participate in Social Security. They can also participate in a 401-K style program called the Thrift Savings Plan. The FERS annuity is the third part of the program. Employees contribute 0.8 percent their paychecks, and the Postal Service contributes 11.7 percent.(FERS was designed so the participants would pay the same contribution for the annuity and Social Security that CSRS employees paid for their pension.) Like all pension plans, the party that manages them – in this case OPM – has to make assumptions about certain things, such as future interest rates, the rate of inflation, future salary increases, how many people will retire in a given year, and how long people will receive their pensions.
That was a knockout punch Champ,the baggers can't swallow facts,so they eat fiction.
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#81 Feb 7, 2013
Postal Service balks at pension funding requirement, others say it protects taxpayers


The U.S. Postal Service and its employee unions are chafing at requirements to pre-fund its retirement health care obligations. They argue that this squeezes the agency, while critics respond that to do otherwise will shift the burden to future taxpayers.

The Government Accounting Office recently released a report arguing that the Post Office should "prefund its retiree health benefit liabilities to the maximum extent that its finances permit.”

“To the extent short-term prefunding payments are postponed,” GAO wrote,“greater payments would be required later, supported by a smaller base of mail volume, with price caps further limiting revenue."

Good one Slew, the GAO says the pensions are not funded against future obligations that may not be met as revenue continues to fall. The pension isn't overfunded, it isn't even funded enough to cover future obligations.
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#82 Feb 7, 2013
redeemer wrote:
<quoted text>That was a knockout punch Champ,the baggers can't swallow facts,so they eat fiction.
It wasn't even a decent jab.

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