non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#70 May 1, 2013
I was mostly referring to how you now poison the web, with your loser BS.
Personal responcibility

Seattle, WA

#73 May 1, 2013
Ever notice, when you've lost the point, rather than behaving like a man and admitting it, you start lying like a child afraid of a spanking....

Kinda sad/weak ! LMAOROFU~!

Nice your mommy loved you, but it's past time for long pants, loser....

Now do #5 Alinsky games, we understand..... Corvair bYtch...
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#74 May 1, 2013
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
We all need to have one or two "dark" experiences like that to make us well rounded people, don't we?
I thought I wanted to do "real man's work" once and went to work during my college years in a foundry, on the 3rd shift, doing a similar task - and I it because of the macho image, plus it paid about 17 cents an hour more than my job in the grocery business.
The first night was one of those steamy summer nights where it goes down to about 92 degrees, with 90% humidity. Inside the plant it had to be at least 120 degrees with the furnaces running.
I lasted until the first break, then said I was going out for a smoke & ran like hell to get away. I was too embarrassed to even go pick up my check for the 2 hours and 15 minutes I was on the payroll.
All I knew after that night was that I had a lot more respect for anyone that could handle a job like that than I did prior to that fateful evening.

Hey SL/Trashy-
Did you figure out you're not a man and "pretend" pretty poorly, QUITTER !!!? Fully explains why you DON'T respect American union workers, since you could NEVER do the work..... QUITTER ~!
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#76 May 1, 2013
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
We all need to have one or two "dark" experiences like that to make us well rounded people, don't we?
I thought I wanted to do "real man's work" once and went to work during my college years in a foundry, on the 3rd shift, doing a similar task - and I it because of the macho image, plus it paid about 17 cents an hour more than my job in the grocery business.
The first night was one of those steamy summer nights where it goes down to about 92 degrees, with 90% humidity. Inside the plant it had to be at least 120 degrees with the furnaces running.
I lasted until the first break, then said I was going out for a smoke & ran like hell to get away. I was too embarrassed to even go pick up my check for the 2 hours and 15 minutes I was on the payroll.
All I knew after that night was that I had a lot more respect for anyone that could handle a job like that than I did prior to that fateful evening.

Hey SL/Trashy-
Did you figure out you're not a man and "pretend" pretty poorly, QUITTER !!!? Fully explains why you DON'T respect American union workers, since you could NEVER do the work..... QUITTER ~!
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#80 May 2, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
We all need to have one or two "dark" experiences like that to make us well rounded people, don't we?
I thought I wanted to do "real man's work" once and went to work during my college years in a foundry, on the 3rd shift, doing a similar task - and I it because of the macho image, plus it paid about 17 cents an hour more than my job in the grocery business.
The first night was one of those steamy summer nights where it goes down to about 92 degrees, with 90% humidity. Inside the plant it had to be at least 120 degrees with the furnaces running.
I lasted until the first break, then said I was going out for a smoke & ran like hell to get away. I was too embarrassed to even go pick up my check for the 2 hours and 15 minutes I was on the payroll.
All I knew after that night was that I had a lot more respect for anyone that could handle a job like that than I did prior to that fateful evening.
Hey SL/Trashy-
Did you figure out you're not a man and "pretend" pretty poorly, QUITTER !!!? Fully explains why you DON'T respect American union workers, since you could NEVER do the work..... QUITTER ~!
I was mostly referring to how you now poison the web, with your loser BS.
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#81 May 2, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>
I was mostly referring to how you now poison the web, with your loser BS.
Intelligent Poster,

Read this and go to http://smallcraftadvisorychronicles.blogspot....

Paste this into your Favorites, these be some smart folks that state the Awful Truth without the Republican BS, or the Demokrat Lunacy.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#82 May 2, 2013
We all need to have one or two "dark" experiences like that to make us well rounded people, don't we?
I thought I wanted to do "real man's work" once and went to work during my college years in a foundry, on the 3rd shift, doing a similar task - and I it because of the macho image, plus it paid about 17 cents an hour more than my job in the grocery business.
The first night was one of those steamy summer nights where it goes down to about 92 degrees, with 90% humidity. Inside the plant it had to be at least 120 degrees with the furnaces running.
I lasted until the first break, then said I was going out for a smoke & ran like hell to get away. I was too embarrassed to even go pick up my check for the 2 hours and 15 minutes I was on the payroll.
All I knew after that night was that I had a lot more respect for anyone that could handle a job like that than I did prior to that fateful evening.
Hey SL/Trashy-
Did you figure out you're not a man and "pretend" pretty poorly, QUITTER !!!? Fully explains why you DON'T respect American union workers, since you could NEVER do the work..... QUITTER ~!
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#84 May 3, 2013
So, 1 outta every 3 kids in the world is Chinese.

Almost 1/2 of Americans are minorities.

Half of Americans are overweight. Half are male...

USA scores the lowest in national average IQ among the developed countries of the world, at a national average score of 98.

Since TrashyLiar, IrishMN, Fred, Smart Liberal has 4 daughters, we can conclude 2 are dumb, fat, minority males, and the other 2 may be dumb females, although 1 should be deceased, at this time.....

I love teabagger "thinking"....
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#85 May 3, 2013
Ever notice, when you've lost the point, rather than behaving like a man and admitting it, you start lying like a child afraid of a spanking....

Kinda sad/weak ! LMAOROFU~!

Nice your mommy loved you, but it's past time for long pants, loser....

Now do #5 Alinsky games, we understand..... Corvair bYtch...
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#86 May 3, 2013
We all need to have one or two "dark" experiences like that to make us well rounded people, don't we?
I thought I wanted to do "real man's work" once and went to work during my college years in a foundry, on the 3rd shift, doing a similar task - and I it because of the macho image, plus it paid about 17 cents an hour more than my job in the grocery business.
The first night was one of those steamy summer nights where it goes down to about 92 degrees, with 90% humidity. Inside the plant it had to be at least 120 degrees with the furnaces running.
I lasted until the first break, then said I was going out for a smoke & ran like hell to get away. I was too embarrassed to even go pick up my check for the 2 hours and 15 minutes I was on the payroll.
All I knew after that night was that I had a lot more respect for anyone that could handle a job like that than I did prior to that fateful evening.
Hey SL/Trashy-
Did you figure out you're not a man and "pretend" pretty poorly, QUITTER !!!? Fully explains why you DON'T respect American union workers, since you could NEVER do the work..... QUITTER ~!
Leftist Stupidio

Grantsburg, WI

#87 May 3, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
We all need to have one or two "dark" experiences like that to make us well rounded people, don't we?
I thought I wanted to do "real man's work" once and went to work during my college years in a foundry, on the 3rd shift, doing a similar task - and I it because of the macho image, plus it paid about 17 cents an hour more than my job in the grocery business.
The first night was one of those steamy summer nights where it goes down to about 92 degrees, with 90% humidity. Inside the plant it had to be at least 120 degrees with the furnaces running.
I lasted until the first break, then said I was going out for a smoke & ran like hell to get away. I was too embarrassed to even go pick up my check for the 2 hours and 15 minutes I was on the payroll.
All I knew after that night was that I had a lot more respect for anyone that could handle a job like that than I did prior to that fateful evening.
Hey SL/Trashy-
Did you figure out you're not a man and "pretend" pretty poorly, QUITTER !!!? Fully explains why you DON'T respect American union workers, since you could NEVER do the work..... QUITTER ~!
Who are these people?

These Psychotics and Sociopaths

Why are they the way they are? Apparently it has little to do with upbringing. Many studies have been done trying to find out what kind of childhood leads to sociopathy. So far, nothing looks likely. They could be from any kind of family. It is partly genetic, and partly mystery.

But researchers have found that the brains of sociopaths function differently than normal brains. And their brains function in a way that makes their emotional life unredeemably shallow. And yet they are capable of mimicking emotions like professional actors.

Sociopaths and psychopaths are the same thing. The original name for this disorder was "psychopath" but the general public and media confused it with "psycho" and "psychotic" so in the 1930s the name was changed to sociopath. Recently the media again caused a misperception that sociopaths were always serial killers, so now many call the condition "antisocial personality disorder (ASPD)."
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#88 May 3, 2013
We all need to have one or two "dark" experiences like that to make us well rounded people, don't we?
I thought I wanted to do "real man's work" once and went to work during my college years in a foundry, on the 3rd shift, doing a similar task - and I it because of the macho image, plus it paid about 17 cents an hour more than my job in the grocery business.
The first night was one of those steamy summer nights where it goes down to about 92 degrees, with 90% humidity. Inside the plant it had to be at least 120 degrees with the furnaces running.
I lasted until the first break, then said I was going out for a smoke & ran like hell to get away. I was too embarrassed to even go pick up my check for the 2 hours and 15 minutes I was on the payroll.
All I knew after that night was that I had a lot more respect for anyone that could handle a job like that than I did prior to that fateful evening.
Hey SL/Trashy-
Did you figure out you're not a man and "pretend" pretty poorly, QUITTER !!!? Fully explains why you DON'T respect American union workers, since you could NEVER do the work..... QUITTER ~!
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#89 May 3, 2013
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
We all need to have one or two "dark" experiences like that to make us well rounded people, don't we?
I thought I wanted to do "real man's work" once and went to work during my college years in a foundry, on the 3rd shift, doing a similar task - and I it because of the macho image, plus it paid about 17 cents an hour more than my job in the grocery business.
The first night was one of those steamy summer nights where it goes down to about 92 degrees, with 90% humidity. Inside the plant it had to be at least 120 degrees with the furnaces running.
I lasted until the first break, then said I was going out for a smoke & ran like hell to get away. I was too embarrassed to even go pick up my check for the 2 hours and 15 minutes I was on the payroll.
All I knew after that night was that I had a lot more respect for anyone that could handle a job like that than I did prior to that fateful evening.

Hey SL/Trashy-
Did you figure out you're not a man and "pretend" pretty poorly, QUITTER !!!? Fully explains why you DON'T respect American union workers, since you could NEVER do the work..... QUITTER ~!
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#92 May 4, 2013
Now this right old neither was a sick 'un

He had a dozen hens ripe for the pickin'

He'd chase 'em around

With his trousers pulled down

And he'd say "Whatsa matter, you chicken?"
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#94 May 4, 2013
Now this right old neither was a sick 'un

He had a dozen hens ripe for the pickin'

He'd chase 'em around

With his trousers pulled down

And he'd say "Whatsa matter, you chicken?"
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#96 May 4, 2013
That sick old "con job"-

A dry drunk is the term used to describe alcoholics who have successfully given up the bottle. It has also been applied to people who have never drank or had addiction problems, but still have the overt behaviors of an alcoholic. In general, it is thought addicts use their drug of choice (booze, sex, food, drugs, work) to cover up for feelings of inadequacy and insecurity. They drown their feelings in these external sources, anesthetize their mind so they can escape the realities of the world. There are certain behaviors that are consistent with those issues. They may be depressed. They may be introverted. They may be unable to engage in intimate conversations or relationships. They may get angry for no apparent reason. There are many behaviors that suggest something is going on beyond normal stress. Just because an addict is no longer actively using their drug of choice (in this case booze) does not mean they are no longer expressing themselves through these behaviors. Thus the term "dry drunk." They still evidence the basic alcoholic behaviors even though they are no longer drinking.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#100 May 5, 2013
Now this right old neither was a sick 'un

He had a dozen hens ripe for the pickin'

He'd chase 'em around

With his trousers pulled down

And he'd say "Whatsa matter, you chicken?"
Bushwhacker

Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#101 May 5, 2013
Now this right old neither was a sick 'un

He had a dozen hens ripe for the pickin'

He'd chase 'em around

With his trousers pulled down

And he'd say "Whatsa matter, you chicken?"
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#102 May 6, 2013
We all need to have one or two "dark" experiences like that to make us well rounded people, don't we?
I thought I wanted to do "real man's work" once and went to work during my college years in a foundry, on the 3rd shift, doing a similar task - and I it because of the macho image, plus it paid about 17 cents an hour more than my job in the grocery business.
The first night was one of those steamy summer nights where it goes down to about 92 degrees, with 90% humidity. Inside the plant it had to be at least 120 degrees with the furnaces running.
I lasted until the first break, then said I was going out for a smoke & ran like hell to get away. I was too embarrassed to even go pick up my check for the 2 hours and 15 minutes I was on the payroll.
All I knew after that night was that I had a lot more respect for anyone that could handle a job like that than I did prior to that fateful evening.
Hey SL/Trashy-
Did you figure out you're not a man and "pretend" pretty poorly, QUITTER !!!? Fully explains why you DON'T respect American union workers, since you could NEVER do the work..... QUITTER ~!
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#103 May 6, 2013
My point is proven, by your lies... I see, you don't actually have a logical reason, but YOUR usual trash.



Love Trashy "logic", a single example is "proof" of ANYTHING....

Of course, you provided NO PICTURES, as your "proof", right ???

Yep, 4 door Corvairs, are collectible... look at the rust the collect...

Can I tell Gordon Apker about you, he likes a good joke ???

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