Lonestar and t-bones
upper crust

Pearland, TX

#43 Aug 28, 2012
Nothings Changed wrote:
<quoted text>This is what the program is for. Short term help. I am sure the lady has held a job and paid her taxes just like you. You aren't paying for crap. She already has.
I sure that with the Madicaid and food stamps she has already used up what you claim she had "paid in" I have had a high risk pregnancy and i know how much both my insurance and i paid so im pretty sure she is capped out. But like i stated earlier if you cant afford a child then dont spread your legs. And there was no mention of a husband or probably in her case a "baby daddy" typical trash!
licandosela y comiendose

Cleveland, TX

#44 Sep 7, 2012
Lowest point in my life wrote:
I just got the Lone Star card today and trust me it wasn't a great feeling! I cried through the whole humilating experience. I only get $300 a month for food b/c my ex is "suppose" to pay child support even though he hasn't in over a year they say I "make" too much money-$400/month. I am a degreed accountant and an enrolled agent and I haven't been able to find a job in over a year! My boss died and the firm was dissolved so I have no choice but to try and feed my children. I can only buy food, I cannot even buy toliet paper!! It is very humiliating and humbling! I never thought I would have to get help like that but I have to do what I have to do to feed my kids. I had a high paying job and owned my own home. Now I have no job and lost my house and I have people looking at me like I am a piece of crap b/c I have a lone star card...as if I don't feel bad enough as it is...
Mom ? lolol ()__() m^m

Since: Sep 10

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#45 Sep 8, 2012
upper crust wrote:
<quoted text>
I sure that with the Madicaid and food stamps she has already used up what you claim she had "paid in" I have had a high risk pregnancy and i know how much both my insurance and i paid so im pretty sure she is capped out. But like i stated earlier if you cant afford a child then dont spread your legs. And there was no mention of a husband or probably in her case a "baby daddy" typical trash!
Well said.
nolongeremployed thnkz

United States

#46 Sep 10, 2012
I too have a lonestar card i was married for ten yrs my husband wrked and supported us i stayed home with my son when he left i had nothing and i had a kid to feed i hot a job but it was barely enough to pay the bills i got left with my exhusband dnt pay chld support so i did wht i had to to feed my son now my boss went to jail and out of business and im out of a job and im grateful for my 140.00 a mnth it barely feeds my son but im grsteful for it .... And i payed my part

Since: Sep 10

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#47 Sep 11, 2012
nolongeremployedthnkz wrote:
I too have a lonestar card i was married for ten yrs my husband wrked and supported us i stayed home with my son when he left i had nothing and i had a kid to feed i hot a job but it was barely enough to pay the bills i got left with my exhusband dnt pay chld support so i did wht i had to to feed my son now my boss went to jail and out of business and im out of a job and im grateful for my 140.00 a mnth it barely feeds my son but im grsteful for it .... And i payed my part
It sounds as if you are in the 49% of Americans that pay NO federal income tax, so how have you "payed" your part?
nolongeremployed thnkz

United States

#48 Sep 20, 2012
6Bid wrote:
<quoted text>
It sounds as if you are in the 49% of Americans that pay NO federal income tax, so how have you "payed" your part?
...look here a$a hole i have paid my part i worked for ten yrs before i married my husband and got pregnant a.d couldnt wrk then after i had my son i stayed home with him then my husband paid taxes which counts as for both of us since we were married and thn i wrked for another 2and a half yrs before my boss went out of business so yess u stupid f&@# i have paid my part and who r u to judge anyone u probably stared off on your parents money anyway so off us are not tht lucky ...so u can just go jump of a freakin cliff

Since: Sep 10

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#49 Sep 21, 2012
nolongeremployedthnkz wrote:
<quoted text>...look here a$a hole i have paid my part i worked for ten yrs before i married my husband and got pregnant a.d couldnt wrk then after i had my son i stayed home with him then my husband paid taxes which counts as for both of us since we were married and thn i wrked for another 2and a half yrs before my boss went out of business so yess u stupid f&@# i have paid my part and who r u to judge anyone u probably stared off on your parents money anyway so off us are not tht lucky ...so u can just go jump of a freakin cliff
Didn't start off on my parent's money, have no desire to jump off a "freakin cliff," and regard you as one of those paying no federal income tax each year, which is correct, right? Otherwise you wouldn't be so huffy, and low-class in your language.
lol

Paris, TX

#50 Sep 21, 2012
nolongeremployedthnkz wrote:
<quoted text>...look here a$a hole i have paid my part i worked for ten yrs before i married my husband and got pregnant a.d couldnt wrk then after i had my son i stayed home with him then my husband paid taxes which counts as for both of us since we were married and thn i wrked for another 2and a half yrs before my boss went out of business so yess u stupid f&@# i have paid my part and who r u to judge anyone u probably stared off on your parents money anyway so off us are not tht lucky ...so u can just go jump of a freakin cliff
Don't pay any attention to her. She is a hypocrite that pays no property taxes on a house that was left to them. So, she pays no house payment or taxes and admits to having to buy her clothes at Goodwill.
just wondering

Blossom, TX

#51 Sep 21, 2012
@lol!!!What is wrong with buying stuff from goodwill?It is the same as going to a garage sale or a thrift store...at all those places the stuff is used not toxic so grow up!!!!!!!

Since: Sep 10

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#52 Sep 22, 2012
Just saw a news report that said low-income smokers spend 23.6% of their income on cigarettes each month.

http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F1...
nolongeremployed thnkz

United States

#53 Sep 22, 2012
Thts ok everybody know tht 6bid hasnt worked for nothing she has anyway been handed to her heaven for bid she get a jib other thn spreadn thm legs or opening her mouth better close it before u jizz runns out u nasty h&@

Since: Sep 10

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#54 Sep 22, 2012
nolongeremployedthnkz wrote:
Thts ok everybody know tht 6bid hasnt worked for nothing she has anyway been handed to her heaven for bid she get a jib other thn spreadn thm legs or opening her mouth better close it before u jizz runns out u nasty h&@
It is a shame that you are so jealous of someone that inherited property from their parents. I'm sure you are in the 47% of people that pay no income taxes and live off the government teat. Your responses clearly indicate you are low-class.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#55 Sep 22, 2012
just wondering wrote:
@lol!!!What is wrong with buying stuff from goodwill?It is the same as going to a garage sale or a thrift store...at all those places the stuff is used not toxic so grow up!!!!!!!
Thank you.

Since: Mar 12

Paris, TX

#56 Sep 22, 2012
single mom wrote:
<quoted text>
The more kids you have the more you get. I laugh at you people while I load up my cart with free groceries payed for by you tyvm.
Damn are you my ex-wife???
Looking Back

Lewisville, TX

#57 Sep 22, 2012
Who stands close enough to watch how people pay for their food? If someone was that close to me while I was paying I would freak. Do you stand close enough to read peoples pin numbers on their debit cards? I shop weekly and have never watched how the person in front of me pays. 1. It is rude and intrusive. 2. I could care less. Oh,and I pay INCOME tax. Plenty of it. Propery tax, sales tax etc.
A real lesson

Austin, TX

#58 Sep 22, 2012
Smoke Signal wrote:
<quoted text>I was in that situation once and I postponed my education until I could manage children and a job on the side. I did not quit my job and expect the taxpayers to pick up where the job left off. Why do you feel that you entitled to be fed by the taxpayers?
How much in taxes would she be paying if she got a job? Assuming she makes less then $15; little to none at all. She is working on getting her education and hopefully once she graduates she will be well over $20 an hour thus paying taxes. Its a sad situation to be in but she will be better providing for herself + paying more taxes if she does this now. Good job not looking at everything.
Duke

United States

#59 Nov 22, 2012
A real lesson wrote:
<quoted text>
How much in taxes would she be paying if she got a job? Assuming she makes less then $15; little to none at all. She is working on getting her education and hopefully once she graduates she will be well over $20 an hour thus paying taxes. Its a sad situation to be in but she will be better providing for herself + paying more taxes if she does this now. Good job not looking at everything.
What a crock! you pay taxes out of every paycheck. SS taxes state and federal taxes
Nunya

Lewisville, TX

#60 Nov 22, 2012
Lowest point in my life wrote:
I just got the Lone Star card today and trust me it wasn't a great feeling! I cried through the whole humilating experience. I only get $300 a month for food b/c my ex is "suppose" to pay child support even though he hasn't in over a year they say I "make" too much money-$400/month. I am a degreed accountant and an enrolled agent and I haven't been able to find a job in over a year! My boss died and the firm was dissolved so I have no choice but to try and feed my children. I can only buy food, I cannot even buy toliet paper!! It is very humiliating and humbling! I never thought I would have to get help like that but I have to do what I have to do to feed my kids. I had a high paying job and owned my own home. Now I have no job and lost my house and I have people looking at me like I am a piece of crap b/c I have a lone star card...as if I don't feel bad enough as it is...
You are why this system was created. It is to help people in need. I had to use it once years ago. God, how horrible. And then, it was colored monopoly money and everyone stared at you. A big fat lady commented on my groceries once. I had two ribeyes.( on sale 2 for 5$). Saying how nice it must be to eat steak. I just starting pulling CRAP out of her buggy. Chips (4 bags), soda, cupcakes, etc. Then said, now, you can afford a steak.( She was also very overweight) I only bought fresh meats and vegetables. I cooked every day. I learned to make that 225.00 a month feed me and my two kids 3 meals a day. No processed foods. Again, it was only for a short time, and the tens of thousands of dollars I pay in taxes every year has more than repaid "the system". I worked, went to school and got off foodstamps as fast as I could. I hated it. BUT, it was there when I needed it. I have worked since I was 15. Just hit a VERY hard spot for a short time. I try to help other single moms now. Learn how to budget, go to school, COOK, and become productive members of society. I remember how it felt to struggle and want to show others how to not make this a life long thing. Oh, and birth control! I also discuss long term ( norplant) or even tubals. Stop the cycle with education.
Gail

United States

#61 Nov 24, 2012
Nunya wrote:
<quoted text>You are why this system was created. It is to help people in need. I had to use it once years ago. God, how horrible. And then, it was colored monopoly money and everyone stared at you. A big fat lady commented on my groceries once. I had two ribeyes.( on sale 2 for 5$). Saying how nice it must be to eat steak. I just starting pulling CRAP out of her buggy. Chips (4 bags), soda, cupcakes, etc. Then said, now, you can afford a steak.( She was also very overweight) I only bought fresh meats and vegetables. I cooked every day. I learned to make that 225.00 a month feed me and my two kids 3 meals a day. No processed foods. Again, it was only for a short time, and the tens of thousands of dollars I pay in taxes every year has more than repaid "the system". I worked, went to school and got off foodstamps as fast as I could. I hated it. BUT, it was there when I needed it. I have worked since I was 15. Just hit a VERY hard spot for a short time. I try to help other single moms now. Learn how to budget, go to school, COOK, and become productive members of society. I remember how it felt to struggle and want to show others how to not make this a life long thing. Oh, and birth control! I also discuss long term ( norplant) or even tubals. Stop the cycle with education.
You go girl! BRAVO!!!
dognes

Masontown, PA

#62 Nov 24, 2012
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Texas and T-Bones are excellent eating

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