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curmudgeon

Ash Flat, AR

#23 Mar 13, 2013
poky wrote:
<quoted text>You have answered you're own question,where are the jobs,if things were doing well busineses would need help,you are going to see prices rise of doors close,poky will start to crumble,watch the fast food places first,ppl are head over heels in debt,credit cards along with other debt is more than these ppl can handle,its going to start soon,i know because i deal with ppl daily,get ready.
Im out of debt and just as soon see the Sh-- hit the fan and get it over with. Poky has been in decline for decades. The only thing keeping it struggling along is those eating joints and the monthly goverment checks. I dont live in randolph county any longer and would jump for joy to see poky turn into a gost town. It would be good riddance.
Earl

Mountain Home, AR

#24 Mar 14, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> Im out of debt and just as soon see the Sh-- hit the fan and get it over with. Poky has been in decline for decades. The only thing keeping it struggling along is those eating joints and the monthly goverment checks. I dont live in randolph county any longer and would jump for joy to see poky turn into a gost town. It would be good riddance.
Easy,easy,now,its not just us,its all of N.e.Ark.J town is the only place doing well untill 30 miles n.of Little Rock and things aren't great there.
curmudgeon

Ash Flat, AR

#25 Mar 14, 2013
Earl wrote:
<quoted text>Easy,easy,now,its not just us,its all of N.e.Ark.J town is the only place doing well untill 30 miles n.of Little Rock and things aren't great there.
So how does poky being in the same (not doing well situation) have any bearing on the fact that randolph county,s elected officals are paid at least $10,000 more than the their counterparts in Lawrence county. The good four lane roads to jonesboro will eventually kill poky & nut hill. Everything you need can be found better & cheaper in jonesboro. Poky & nut hill are just bedroom communities. everyone works plays & spends their money in jonesboro. The gobs in poky cannott be fiscally responsible. Folks jump in their cars and flock to jonesboro to spend their money. There isnt anything that will entice junesbor folks to jump in their cars and flock to poky. Little dying bed of nepotism run by cronyism.
curmudgeon

Ash Flat, AR

#26 Mar 14, 2013
Earl wrote:
<quoted text>Easy,easy,now,its not just us,its all of N.e.Ark.J town is the only place doing well untill 30 miles n.of Little Rock and things aren't great there.
Paragould is doing quite well so J town isnt the only place.
Navy

Jonesboro, AR

#28 Mar 14, 2013
Sad
Whooo

Mountain Home, AR

#29 Mar 15, 2013
I've trying to tell you that,but you keep refusing help.
Face up

Hardy, AR

#30 Mar 22, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> Im out of debt and just as soon see the Sh-- hit the fan and get it over with. Poky has been in decline for decades. The only thing keeping it struggling along is those eating joints and the monthly goverment checks. I dont live in randolph county any longer and would jump for joy to see poky turn into a gost town. It would be good riddance.
you are critizing the ppl here when you state that type of talk,some of us have jobs and feed you,you're welfare checks are getting much smaller,and it wont be enough for you to live on,yes you think you are going to be fine but i will assure you,you will not,so dont go to thinking you have it made,prices are rising and it will take more to live.
curmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#32 Mar 22, 2013
Face up wrote:
<quoted text>you are critizing the ppl here when you state that type of talk,some of us have jobs and feed you,you're welfare checks are getting much smaller,and it wont be enough for you to live on,yes you think you are going to be fine but i will assure you,you will not,so dont go to thinking you have it made,prices are rising and it will take more to live.
I hate to shake you but In not a welfare reciepent. And i would welcome if it came to pass that the productive makers wherent taxed & robbed to enable the parasite takers to flourish & multiply. I really resent my hard earned cash having to unfairly compete with free food stamps at the grocery store! Poky has way too many goverment funded parasite takers and too few relatively low paid productive makers.
Hey man

Hardy, AR

#33 Mar 22, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> I hate to shake you but In not a welfare reciepent. And i would welcome if it came to pass that the productive makers wherent taxed & robbed to enable the parasite takers to flourish & multiply. I really resent my hard earned cash having to unfairly compete with free food stamps at the grocery store! Poky has way too many goverment funded parasite takers and too few relatively low paid productive makers.
I hate to shake you but i dont believe you,you are on topix all day long because you have nothing to do,you sit on topix and critize everyone in town while sitting on you're azz,i dont know what type mental condition you are suffering from but you must have failed at having a productive life and now the wourld owe's you,you will never be anything but a crying,whineing welfare case,of course its not you're fault its the goverment,mental,mental.
curmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#34 Mar 22, 2013
Hey man wrote:
<quoted text>I hate to shake you but i dont believe you,you are on topix all day long because you have nothing to do,you sit on topix and critize everyone in town while sitting on you're azz,i dont know what type mental condition you are suffering from but you must have failed at having a productive life and now the wourld owe's you,you will never be anything but a crying,whineing welfare case,of course its not you're fault its the goverment,mental,mental.
Im self employed. We own storage rental units. We Own both row crop & hill land. Im 66 and havent bothered to sign up om social security yet. I also dabble in the scrap metal and equiptment jockey buisness. We have made a dime or two in the real estate market. I really detest parasite takers who are on the goverment dole. It really ticks me off that my hard earned cash has to compete with food stamps at the grocery store. Ive never drew welfare. Ive never participated in the Dept of agriculture Subsudy programs. It would tickle me immensely for shit to hit the fan and all the parasite takers to have to provide for themselves.I drove truck and operated heavy equiptment for over 40 years. I get on the compueter when I take a break. In the winter it usually takes me about 4 hours to do my chores. What you think doesent put any nickles in my pocket and it dont take any nickles away also. I learned long ago that my well being didnt have to be dependent on other people things or conditions. A self reliant person who has Know How never has to wait on the time & pleasure of others to get things done.
ha ha

Hardy, AR

#35 Mar 23, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> Im self employed. We own storage rental units. We Own both row crop & hill land. Im 66 and havent bothered to sign up om social security yet. I also dabble in the scrap metal and equiptment jockey buisness. We have made a dime or two in the real estate market. I really detest parasite takers who are on the goverment dole. It really ticks me off that my hard earned cash has to compete with food stamps at the grocery store. Ive never drew welfare. Ive never participated in the Dept of agriculture Subsudy programs. It would tickle me immensely for shit to hit the fan and all the parasite takers to have to provide for themselves.I drove truck and operated heavy equiptment for over 40 years. I get on the compueter when I take a break. In the winter it usually takes me about 4 hours to do my chores. What you think doesent put any nickles in my pocket and it dont take any nickles away also. I learned long ago that my well being didnt have to be dependent on other people things or conditions. A self reliant person who has Know How never has to wait on the time & pleasure of others to get things done.
One sure thing,you wont lie."MUCH"
ha ha

Hardy, AR

#36 Mar 23, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> Im self employed. We own storage rental units. We Own both row crop & hill land. Im 66 and havent bothered to sign up om social security yet. I also dabble in the scrap metal and equiptment jockey buisness. We have made a dime or two in the real estate market. I really detest parasite takers who are on the goverment dole. It really ticks me off that my hard earned cash has to compete with food stamps at the grocery store. Ive never drew welfare. Ive never participated in the Dept of agriculture Subsudy programs. It would tickle me immensely for shit to hit the fan and all the parasite takers to have to provide for themselves.I drove truck and operated heavy equiptment for over 40 years. I get on the compueter when I take a break. In the winter it usually takes me about 4 hours to do my chores. What you think doesent put any nickles in my pocket and it dont take any nickles away also. I learned long ago that my well being didnt have to be dependent on other people things or conditions. A self reliant person who has Know How never has to wait on the time & pleasure of others to get things done.
You must have had sweet dreams last night,do you think you could buy another person a coke this morning.
curmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#37 Mar 23, 2013
ha ha wrote:
<quoted text>You must have had sweet dreams last night,do you think you could buy another person a coke this morning.
You must be the non working goverment funded parasite Posting at 3 am. I would still be sleeping except I had to pee. And since im up Ill just stay up. Maybe I need to just get some of those adult diapers and not have to get out of bed?
curmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#38 Mar 23, 2013
The banks in Cyprus are now considering robbing 20% of the money in the bank accounts that have over $130,000.00. The bank accounts in the USA are all robbed by the goverment. Every time the fed increases the money supply the purchasing power of your dollars shrinks. Your dollar,s are already worth at least 20% less than it was before Obama took over.
he he

Mountain Home, AR

#39 Mar 24, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
The banks in Cyprus are now considering robbing 20% of the money in the bank accounts that have over $130,000.00. The bank accounts in the USA are all robbed by the goverment. Every time the fed increases the money supply the purchasing power of your dollars shrinks. Your dollar,s are already worth at least 20% less than it was before Obama took over.
You are getting mixed up with you're politics,you were supporting big O'with you're other name.
curmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#40 Mar 24, 2013
he he wrote:
<quoted text>You are getting mixed up with you're politics,you were supporting big O'with you're other name.
What? ive never supported Obama.And what other name?====http://theeconomiccol lapseblog.com/archives/categor y/economic-despair====
stop kidding yourself

Mountain Home, AR

#41 Mar 24, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> What? ive never supported Obama.And what other name?====http://theeconomiccol lapseblog.com/archives/categor y/economic-despair====
You have a problem,do you really think that a person cant tell that you are posting under 10 different names as well as posting to yourself,answering you're own post,are you so stupid that you think that we cant tell,surely not because i can pick out every post you post.
stop kidding yourself

Mountain Home, AR

#42 Mar 25, 2013
ha ha he he hey man face up ? Lookie everyone im a welfare drawing troll who used 5 different names on this page alone! I cant stop kiddng myself
curmudgeon

Ash Flat, AR

#44 Apr 13, 2013
June 22, 2012 – GREECE - Starving Greeks queued around the block for free food handouts yesterday as the country’s politicians managed to end a crippling stalemate to form a coalition government. Young children as well as the elderly waited in line in Athens to collect the parcels of fruit and vegetables donated by farmers from Crete to help ease the devastating austerity faced by many Greeks. But as hungry people collected food, a few miles away a new conservative-led alliance was formed, vowing to renegotiate the country’s strict European bailout in a bid to breath economic life back into the debt-stricken country. Conservative Antonis Samaras was sworn in as prime minister and head of a three-party coalition that will uphold the country’s international bailout commitments. The move ends a protracted political crisis that had cast grave doubt over the country’s future in Europe’s joint currency and threatened to plunge Europe deeper into a financial crisis with global repercussions. Samaras, an American-educated 61-year-old economist, was sworn in three days after his party won the second national elections in six weeks but without enough votes to form a government on its own. His New Democracy party will join forces with the socialist PASOK party, which came in third place, and the smaller Democratic Left led by Fotis Kouvelis. Discussions on the lineup of ministers were expected to be completed by Wednesday night.‘I will ask the new government that will be formed tomorrow to work hard so that we can offer tangible hope to our people,’ Samaras told reporters as he left the presidential mansion. Greek stocks rose marginally in response to the news, with Athens shares closing up 0.5 percent, limiting earlier gains.–Daily Mail

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