“Lovin' you is fuuu-uuun...”

Since: Apr 09

drop the puck, Ref...

#72 Apr 5, 2013
morality wrote:
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I ain't even going to start reading this. It's way too long.
How many times do we have to tell you nobody is going to read a comment that long.
I know you already read it 8 times, you love me and what I said about kids...
Get over it.

Since: Nov 11

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#73 Apr 5, 2013
morality wrote:
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I ain't even going to start reading this. It's way too long.
How many times do we have to tell you nobody is going to read a comment that long.
As if you would understand or comprehend anyways. You dumber than dumb, dumb arse.
ILOVENY

Rochester, NY

#74 Apr 5, 2013
i_m_watching wrote:
so, once again, my favorite WalMart subject.
We go in for a few items, being reluctant to blow the budget, but still desiring a few treats.
We get the basics, some cleaning agents, some paper goods, some sandwich meat or breakfast items, dairy, powerade, some frozen veggies...Head for the check-out, thinking, "Man, I would LIKE to buy a few more things, but I want to stick to the budget and pay some other bills, etc"
We get to the checkout and BEHOLD, the beauty of government handouts and us, ass-wiping and them, tit-suckling; by an ENTIRE "under the radar".
This segement of society:
Has two to five children, usually ALWAYS unruly, rude, whiny and unkempt (although younger black children are better behaved than whiny white kids. The black kids WILL get smacked and learn respect, the white ones just disrespect the SHIT outta their parent folk)
one massively filled cart OR two carts exceeding the weight limit of a concrete truck, LOADED WITH SHRIMP, RIBS, TOP OF THE LINE FOOD ITEMS LIKE WHOLE CASHEWS, TWO LB BAGS OF SHELLED PISTACHIOS...
Items I would LIKE to buy, items that I could buy, but my brain says, "You have a couple bills due next week Dude" and I step away from the portabellas and towards the moonlight mushrooms...
I DO belive that you should have limits on what you can get on an EBT card, because I'M buying and you shouldn't get BETTER than me if you're not working. I work hard, I don't forsake someone a meal (hunger sucks, I know, I've been there) but you can't get top shelf and big screens and smart phones on MY dime. I made MY career choice, I make what I make, but I work 50 hrs a week, I'll be damned if you get more than me and mine by NOT even TRYING to work.
Thanks for listening/reading and putting up with my BS on here...
I just don't have time or energy to concern myself with what others are eating and buying to this degree. Yall kill me with the shyt.

Since: Nov 11

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#75 Apr 5, 2013
ILOVENY wrote:
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I just don't have time or energy to concern myself with what others are eating and buying to this degree. Yall kill me with the shyt.
Interesting. Do you buy your food with money you "earned" or do we the tax payers pay for it?
And no collecting welfare or swiping an EBT car is not considered a job.
At least not yet.

Since: Mar 13

Rochester, NY

#77 Apr 5, 2013
IescapedNY wrote:
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Interesting. Do you buy your food with money you "earned" or do we the tax payers pay for it?
And no collecting welfare or swiping an EBT car is not considered a job.
At least not yet.
If he really loves NY that much, probably.

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#78 Apr 5, 2013
Go write another book kitty cat.

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#79 Apr 5, 2013
Go stand in the COMIDA line and then write us another book.

Since: Mar 13

Rochester, NY

#80 Apr 5, 2013
morality wrote:
Go write another book kitty cat.
You write about someone posting too long a comment for you to read but you post short comments that say nothing.You are irrelavant.
MLKing

Penfield, NY

#82 Apr 5, 2013
Yeah, yeah, yeah. OK, that's all really freakin' interesting.

Another far more important announcement is that I have decided to use BillyBob, my original posting name, exclusively... and will retire MLKing immediately (after this post).

In my absence, when I am generating much need cash, my secretary will transcribe my thoughts, so they will always remain current and fresh. While I'm saving humanity, you will still have the breadth and depth of my wisdom, unique incite and biting commentary.

Thank you.
ILOVENY

Rochester, NY

#83 Apr 5, 2013
IescapedNY wrote:
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Interesting. Do you buy your food with money you "earned" or do we the tax payers pay for it?
And no collecting welfare or swiping an EBT car is not considered a job.
At least not yet.
Interesting, I'm not caught on consumerism, selfishness...this is mine! You bought nothing into the world and you'll take nada with you. Have you ever seen a U-Haul following a hearse.

Since: Jun 12

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#84 Apr 5, 2013
Biracial one wrote:
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You sound like pigpen and steel city. You've been reading too much what they type on here. That's what I think.
what's the matter, Panther/Stanky Pants/Biracial One? Still bumming out that you busted yourself, huh? Why do you have nothing to say about the actual topic of the thread but want to be an instigator all the damn time? SNAP money should have limitations. Certain cuts of meat, certain fish...no junk food, etc. It isn't fair to those who actually pay for their food and contribute to paying for the SNAP people's food.
Biracial one

United States

#85 Apr 6, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
<quoted text>what's the matter, Panther/Stanky Pants/Biracial One? Still bumming out that you busted yourself, huh? Why do you have nothing to say about the actual topic of the thread but want to be an instigator all the damn time? SNAP money should have limitations. Certain cuts of meat, certain fish...no junk food, etc. It isn't fair to those who actually pay for their food and contribute to paying for the SNAP people's food.
Why do you always reply when people are asleep? That makes you a coward. Im glad you called me those names, I have nothing to hide, wyle dapes! The op is instigating and baiting, that's why I didn't answer. Also, the op is someone in disguise. You people act like everyone on food stamps buys junk food. I see what you guys are saying about limits, that's what W.I.C. stamps are for. I know a friend who's mom were getting food stamps, she bought nothing but can foods.
Biracial one

United States

#86 Apr 6, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
<quoted text>what's the matter, Panther/Stanky Pants/Biracial One? Still bumming out that you busted yourself, huh? Why do you have nothing to say about the actual topic of the thread but want to be an instigator all the damn time? SNAP money should have limitations. Certain cuts of meat, certain fish...no junk food, etc. It isn't fair to those who actually pay for their food and contribute to paying for the SNAP people's food.
In essence, I do agree with the op to an extent. There are people on food stamps that eat luxury and makes me want to shake my head. I work two jobs and go to school and I find myself eating ramen noodles and tuna fish.
Ha Ha

Fairport, NY

#90 Apr 7, 2013
limiting what you are eligible to buy with government money is a great incentive to get off the taxpayer's doller.

Oh, and YES, collecting welfare IS a job ... it's called "Perminant Democrat Voter"!
Ha Ha

Fairport, NY

#92 Apr 10, 2013
Jenna Talia wrote:
Plenty of Reich Wing Conservative Repubs in Red-neck Red States also on the welfare and foodstamp dole.
Thing in common between Repubs and Dems on the system - they're BOTH taking full advantage of it.
a sign of the times only ... our current government WANTS slaves on the payrole for each voting cycle.
It's worked so well for years for the dems, that now the repubs have given up their priciples to try the same strategy.

If you wanna change .. vote independant!
rePIGpublican

Rochester, NY

#93 Apr 10, 2013
I got mixed feelings, but then again, I am pretty liberal on ths one. If it's a single woman with children in very much in need, then she should be able to buy whatver she wants. Who are we to limit on who should eats what?! But, if one loses teir job, and having a hard time making it and let's say receiving unemployment benefits, then we can say we should limit on what one should eat. I see it for both points of view.
Ha Ha

Fairport, NY

#94 Apr 10, 2013
rePIGpublican wrote:
I got mixed feelings, but then again, I am pretty liberal on ths one. If it's a single woman with children in very much in need, then she should be able to buy whatver she wants. Who are we to limit on who should eats what?! But, if one loses teir job, and having a hard time making it and let's say receiving unemployment benefits, then we can say we should limit on what one should eat. I see it for both points of view.
If the goal is to get off welfare, then who cares about the short term inconvienence of being limited on what to buy.

If there is no intention of getting a job (or a better job) then I can see how someone would have a problem ... noone wants to be told what to do for the rest of their lives.

That's why we grow up and get away from our parents ... so we can do what WE want to do!

“Lovin' you is fuuu-uuun...”

Since: Apr 09

drop the puck, Ref...

#95 Apr 10, 2013
It's all about attitude.
If you want to work, if you have pride and a sense of self-esteem, you would get off of the dole ASAP.
If you're a perpetual loser, a perennial d student, a drain on society's generosity; then you're headed for "generational " welfare.

“Lovin' you is fuuu-uuun...”

Since: Apr 09

drop the puck, Ref...

#96 Apr 10, 2013
i_m_watching wrote:
It's all about attitude.
If you want to work, if you have pride and a sense of self-esteem, you would get off of the dole ASAP.
If you're a perpetual loser, a perennial d student, a drain on society's generosity; then you're headed for "generational " welfare.
BTW, It's the same for the scammers that fraudulently receive medical SSI benefits.

Since: Mar 13

Rochester, NY

#97 Apr 10, 2013
rePIGpublican wrote:
I got mixed feelings, but then again, I am pretty liberal on ths one. If it's a single woman with children in very much in need, then she should be able to buy whatver she wants. Who are we to limit on who should eats what?! But, if one loses teir job, and having a hard time making it and let's say receiving unemployment benefits, then we can say we should limit on what one should eat. I see it for both points of view.
Why are people in need so quick to have kids.

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