Tat2d nurse at nrsing home

TripleNegative

“Byte Me — Doofus”

Since: Oct 12

Here.

#62 Nov 8, 2012
But I must agree with the Tattooed Lady at the Nursing Home. For the most part, this place is trash. Now pass the garbage bags.:)

Does everyone in this state have a tattoo just above the 'crack of their arse'?
Tat2dnurse

Lenexa, KS

#63 Nov 10, 2012
TripleNegative wrote:
But I must agree with the Tattooed Lady at the Nursing Home. For the most part, this place is trash. Now pass the garbage bags.:)
Does everyone in this state have a tattoo just above the 'crack of their arse'?
Please refer back to the original post on this feed. While your two cents was given...it wasn't needed.

Oh, and my tattoos are nowhere near my "arse".

TripleNegative

“Byte Me — Doofus”

Since: Oct 12

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#64 Nov 10, 2012
Tat2dnurse wrote:
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Please refer back to the original post on this feed. While your two cents was given...it wasn't needed.
Oh, and my tattoos are nowhere near my "arse".
Please tell me each time that I post precisely what my '2 cents worth' constitutes. I will certainly notify you when hell freezes over. You seem to discern sarcasm as poorly as you do good tattoo quips. And byte me expeditiously, if you can locate your dentures without the help of a blue-tick hound.
Tat2dnurse

Lenexa, KS

#65 Nov 10, 2012
TripleNegative wrote:
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Please tell me each time that I post precisely what my '2 cents worth' constitutes. I will certainly notify you when hell freezes over. You seem to discern sarcasm as poorly as you do good tattoo quips. And byte me expeditiously, if you can locate your dentures without the help of a blue-tick hound.
Your insults are lacking depth as well as strength sweetheart. Please don't stop for my benefit. I can't wait to see what horseshit you're going to deliver next...

TripleNegative

“Byte Me — Doofus”

Since: Oct 12

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#66 Nov 10, 2012
Tat2dnurse wrote:
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Your insults are lacking depth as well as strength sweetheart. Please don't stop for my benefit. I can't wait to see what horseshit you're going to deliver next...
I am not a barnyard animal nor a syringe-using Meth-Lab salesman, so you can stop calling me sweetheart, sweetheart.

I suspect if anyone should know the quality of horseshit, it would be you. Take my word for it—I have underwear smarter than you, and with half as many stains in the crotch.

This could go on for a while. Pack a lunch and call your pharmacist—you're going to need all the stimulants you can muster.
icon

United States

#67 Nov 10, 2012
Tat2dnurse wrote:
<quoted text>Your insults are lacking depth as well as strength sweetheart. Please don't stop for my benefit. I can't wait to see what horseshit you're going to deliver next...
You are 100% correct, he uses all the intellect he has on long winded speeches using obscure words to try prove he is smart. Unfortunately, this requires all of his brain power and doesn't leave any for true knowledge. It's funny, his insults lack depth, yet his mind is an empty hole. Defend yourself as you may, but even the worst addict has an excuse and defense. Just because you say it doesn't make it true.

TripleNegative

“Byte Me — Doofus”

Since: Oct 12

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#68 Nov 10, 2012
icon wrote:
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You are 100% correct, he uses all the intellect he has on long winded speeches using obscure words to try prove he is smart. Unfortunately, this requires all of his brain power and doesn't leave any for true knowledge. It's funny, his insults lack depth, yet his mind is an empty hole. Defend yourself as you may, but even the worst addict has an excuse and defense. Just because you say it doesn't make it true.
Wow! A rapier-like wit minus the wit, and an attention to non-existent details. How quaint!

If you find the words I use to be obscure, have you considered a dictionary and a thesaurus?

Now type another paragraph explaining the intricacies of ... oops, that would be 'paragraphs and sentence fragments'.

Your attempt at humor and intellect were touching in the same manner as a Down's Syndrome patient navigating the complexities of grammar and syntax. Yet, then again—they have a valid excuse.

Now stop your incessant whining. It's not even endearing when accompanying your brown-nosing attempts.

TripleNegative

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Since: Oct 12

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#69 Nov 10, 2012
If you continue changing screen names every fifteen minutes, after about 50 times you might even the odds. Don't hold your breath unless you look fetching in blue.

Yet, then again, it would be weeks after your appointed nap-time. Now you may return to watching Sponge-Bob Square-Pants. Next persona?
blinky

United States

#70 Nov 10, 2012
The names change because it doesn't matter if its blue or black, the same or different, they are all false, but the words remain the same. I apologize if you assumed I was doing it to seem to be different people. I post with different names because I don't need an online persona, I just need to make a statement or share an idea, so i constantly change my name for nothing more than a whim after posting on a couple of different threads and I don't feel the need to change my name again, just because the name doesn't match a particular thread that I may be responding to. I do understand obscure and little used words, I just don't believe their use equates to intelligence, well read yes, which does show some intelligence.(Read a book people it is good for you).
So big Blue named bad wolf, you can huff and puff, but my house is made of stone. Ah yea, even sponge bob teaches lessons/morals that are beneficial to society as a whole, can the same be said of you?

TripleNegative

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Since: Oct 12

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#71 Nov 17, 2012
blinky wrote:
The names change because it doesn't matter if its blue or black, the same or different, they are all false, but the words remain the same. I apologize if you assumed I was doing it to seem to be different people. I post with different names because I don't need an online persona, I just need to make a statement or share an idea, so i constantly change my name for nothing more than a whim after posting on a couple of different threads and I don't feel the need to change my name again, just because the name doesn't match a particular thread that I may be responding to. I do understand obscure and little used words, I just don't believe their use equates to intelligence, well read yes, which does show some intelligence.(Read a book people it is good for you).
So big Blue named bad wolf, you can huff and puff, but my house is made of stone. Ah yea, even sponge bob teaches lessons/morals that are beneficial to society as a whole, can the same be said of you?
I have no idea who you are referring to, yet I will respond nonetheless—again. That's what happens when you change screen names more than your Depends. I could use fifteen screen names and change hourly, but the result would be the same.

I get puzzled when people get annoyed about simple words. Each word has a specific meaning and use. There's a reason why there are so many. Very few mean precisely the same thing.

Now if you're going to say 'whatever' ad nauseam, or use 'what is, is' until you look silly, go for it. But don't expect for me to sit idly by while you use your Mr. Rogers wit and Paul Reuben euphemisms. Don't bore me with SpongeBob quips. Toddlers find them amusing, but they likewise enjoy strained carrots and applesauce as a main-course, and picking their nose with their elbows.

As for persona? It has no bearing on the words you use. It's how one arranges them. Excuses are not reasons. Everyone has a persona. It's just that some people are so boring that no one notices except their Mother.

Now go watch a movie at a Florida cinema—and wash your socks. Call your mother for support; just don't bore me into a coma.
kenny

Saint Louis, MO

#72 Nov 17, 2012
TripleNegative wrote:
<quoted text>I have no idea who you are referring to, yet I will respond nonetheless—again. That's what happens when you change screen names more than your Depends. I could use fifteen screen names and change hourly, but the result would be the same.

I get puzzled when people get annoyed about simple words. Each word has a specific meaning and use. There's a reason why there are so many. Very few mean precisely the same thing.

Now if you're going to say 'whatever' ad nauseam, or use 'what is, is' until you look silly, go for it. But don't expect for me to sit idly by while you use your Mr. Rogers wit and Paul Reuben euphemisms. Don't bore me with SpongeBob quips. Toddlers find them amusing, but they likewise enjoy strained carrots and applesauce as a main-course, and picking their nose with their elbows.

As for persona? It has no bearing on the words you use. It's how one arranges them. Excuses are not reasons. Everyone has a persona. It's just that some people are so boring that no one notices except their Mother.

Now go watch a movie at a Florida cinema—and wash your socks. Call your mother for support; just don't bore me into a coma.
Wow, I thought this lonely old fool had croaked and no one had discovered his lonely corpse. Either way, don't really see a difference anyway.

TripleNegative

“Byte Me — Doofus”

Since: Oct 12

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#73 Nov 18, 2012
kenny wrote:
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Wow, I thought this lonely old fool had croaked and no one had discovered his lonely corpse. Either way, don't really see a difference anyway.
You're one of those dudes who think you're witty each time you try, so you post one incoherent sentence and wait for the intellectual cavalry to save your arrow-ridden ass.

'Either way, don't really see a difference anyway.'

Nope. Not witty; not profound. Just pathetic and trite—much like the 'old fool had croaked' nonsense.

I have underwear older and smarter than you. That will not change overnight. Go back to patrolling and trolling. Got a license?
really

United States

#74 Dec 31, 2012
That nurse drive all the way to pville to work in a NH from cape. This is very suspicious since there are tons of NHs and two lg hospitals there.
erasureofmistake s

Chesterfield, MO

#75 Dec 31, 2012
[QUOTE who="Can't let this one go"]<quoted text>
I did not copy it twice, Topix chose to freeze on my phone application and thus duplicated the quote when on my end it appeared that it quoted once.
Funny you call me mean when you are the one that first threw down the gauntlet by stating I must be 70 and called me a moron. Who is mean? I am just correcting your grammar. This is one reason why decent employers pass over potential employee. Poor grammar and the inability to use the English language in a proper written form. As a small business employer , i simply toss applications that include text speak. Yes, sadly enough it does carry over into daily written language by many young people. If one can't be bothered to write properly on an application, I feel that they would be willing to cut corners in my business.
Texting was not invented to allow idiocy or butchering of language and grammar. It was a way to extend communication when verbal conversation could not take place.
FYI (that is an actual abbreviation) what you did was not abbreviate, it was butchering the English language and just plain laziness. it would have taken absolutely no more effort to write tattooed than your trashy version. What are you, 10?(In case you couldn't comprehend, that was a play on you asking if I was 70). I have a 60 year old mother and 71 year old mother-in-law that text and they don't butcher our language when doing so. Therefore, nothing in your argument is valid.
Call me a meanie if you choose, I just hope to live and raise my family in an educated, properly speaking and writing community and world. That is all![/QUOTE] Finally, you said what a lot of others feel. One word that is often misspelled on here is probably. Most spell it prolly. Do people actually speak that was?
sam

Belleville, IL

#76 Dec 31, 2012
Sam wrote:
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short hair wit a bunch of difrent colors
yep
zxtchhg

Valrico, FL

#77 Jan 1, 2013
You're not a nurse if you're working at a nursing home..CNA maybe big difference
CNA at perry oaks

Fairfax, VA

#78 Jan 4, 2013
Apparently you know nothing about a nursing home there are CNAs which is a certified nursing aids there are CMTs which is a certified med tech there are RNs which is a registered nurse and DONs which means directory of nurses so before you say anything about a nursing home please know what you are talking about.... Thanks

TripleNegative

“Byte Me — Doofus”

Since: Oct 12

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#79 Jan 16, 2013
kenny wrote:
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Wow, I thought this lonely old fool had croaked and no one had discovered his lonely corpse. Either way, don't really see a difference anyway.
Your inherent difficulty is as obvious as the first two words in your response:

"I thought ..."

Your Achilles' Heel has not changed. You lack the ability for 'thought'. Have you considered doing something less intellectually-taxing for someone like you who is still in elementary school?

Maybe you could crochet, or whittle? Fantasy sports?

Leave the 'thought' to the professionals. And lance that boil on your nose, you prepubescent twit.

TripleNegative

“Byte Me — Doofus”

Since: Oct 12

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#80 Jan 16, 2013
blinky wrote:
The names change because it doesn't matter if its blue or black, the same or different, they are all false, but the words remain the same. I apologize if you assumed I was doing it to seem to be different people. I post with different names because I don't need an online persona, I just need to make a statement or share an idea, so i constantly change my name for nothing more than a whim after posting on a couple of different threads and I don't feel the need to change my name again, just because the name doesn't match a particular thread that I may be responding to. I do understand obscure and little used words, I just don't believe their use equates to intelligence, well read yes, which does show some intelligence.(Read a book people it is good for you).
So big Blue named bad wolf, you can huff and puff, but my house is made of stone. Ah yea, even sponge bob teaches lessons/morals that are beneficial to society as a whole, can the same be said of you?
I don't watch Sponge-Bob, but if I ever need any advice that pertains to the Kinder-Crowd, I suspect I will come to you for advice.

The abuse of excuses within your posts is trying and rather pedantic, yet expected. Nevertheless, I have no need to read 14 pages on 'why you abuse more identities on Topix than a Cape sex-offender'. The truth is, you cannot carry the weight of a persona. You're far to ordinary.

Have a nice day.
Quest

Saint Louis, MO

#81 Jan 27, 2013
Wow people in Perryville are stupid!!!!

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