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Reality Speaks

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#246
Oct 15, 2013
 
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> say hip hop, hip hip hip hop, yo ladies somebody screaaaaaam, ahhhhh! Put yo hands in the air and wave' em like you just don't care, say ho- hooooo!
Classic rap. No bytches, n'%#@, or guns, until the hedonistic semites got involved.
say noise with me.

PS: Marie is hot.
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Oct 15, 2013
 

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the lefties are going crazy.

If we don't end the sequester cuts and raise the borrowing limit, the world ends in 36 hours.

I guess these kids never read the book about the child crying wolf for attention.

Election day the hawks are going to eat wolf for lunch.

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So, I was right on both counts.
1.) You like them enough to see them perform twice.(I get bonus points for guessing your intelligence level even before you went to see them twice, after being disappointed the first time.)
2.) They were awful, ergo, they suck.
W O R S H I P M E!
Worship you? Like hell I'll worship an idiot like you. You didn't comprehend my answer.

The second time, was free. I was a volunteer at Kettering Fraze when they performed--I think it was around 2000 or 2001 when I did that. My kids' high school marching band used the venue to get volunteers in as a fundraiser so I got in free, dipsh!+. We manned the food and beer stands for a cut of the profits...

I really have no problem going out to socialize, even if the entertainment is mediocre. Seriously? You worried about this? I didn't say I was disappointed the first time. First time was 1977, Toledo, and I actually had a good time then, too. I was, after all 18, back then, and it was a multi-group lineup that included other groups at the Toledo Sports Arena. That was the better of the two shows, but I liked it better when Heart performed that night.

You really have no life, do you?

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#249
Oct 15, 2013
 
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Worship you? Like hell I'll worship an idiot like you. You didn't comprehend my answer.
The second time, was free. I was a volunteer at Kettering Fraze when they performed--I think it was around 2000 or 2001 when I did that. My kids' high school marching band used the venue to get volunteers in as a fundraiser so I got in free, dipsh!+. We manned the food and beer stands for a cut of the profits...
I really have no problem going out to socialize, even if the entertainment is mediocre. Seriously? You worried about this? I didn't say I was disappointed the first time. First time was 1977, Toledo, and I actually had a good time then, too. I was, after all 18, back then, and it was a multi-group lineup that included other groups at the Toledo Sports Arena. That was the better of the two shows, but I liked it better when Heart performed that night.
You really have no life, do you?
Even a "bad concert" was fun back in those days. Watching Aerosmith for $5 at the Manning Bowl in 1981 as they were at rock bottom and a totally wasted Steven Tyler falling off the stage 15 minutes into the show, which then ended. The riot that ensued was quite an experience.

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#250
Oct 15, 2013
 
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Even a "bad concert" was fun back in those days. Watching Aerosmith for $5 at the Manning Bowl in 1981 as they were at rock bottom and a totally wasted Steven Tyler falling off the stage 15 minutes into the show, which then ended. The riot that ensued was quite an experience.
LOL!! I had a few experiences like that as well. Saw Frampton in 76. The warm up band, not memorable at all, had a lead guitarist who was so trashed he fell off the stage. Hilarious.

I was never a huge a Willie Nelson fan, but friends in 82 got a bunch of tickets and we went. Those were some really rough times for Nelson. I think he went through two fifths during the show....eeeegads. Slurred through the last half of the show. Just watching the old gals in the audience with the boobs on the knees and wearing the sequin tube tops was entertainment itself!

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#251
Oct 15, 2013
 
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LOL!! I had a few experiences like that as well. Saw Frampton in 76. The warm up band, not memorable at all, had a lead guitarist who was so trashed he fell off the stage. Hilarious.
I was never a huge a Willie Nelson fan, but friends in 82 got a bunch of tickets and we went. Those were some really rough times for Nelson. I think he went through two fifths during the show....eeeegads. Slurred through the last half of the show. Just watching the old gals in the audience with the boobs on the knees and wearing the sequin tube tops was entertainment itself!
Concerts got too polished in the late '80s and beyond for my taste. About as spontaneous as a marching band with some groups. The only ones that avoided that (that I attended) were Steely Dan and Eric Clapton, but even Clapton was looking like an MTV production by the late '90s.

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#252
Oct 15, 2013
 
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<quoted text>Concerts got too polished in the late '80s and beyond for my taste. About as spontaneous as a marching band with some groups. The only ones that avoided that (that I attended) were Steely Dan and Eric Clapton, but even Clapton was looking like an MTV production by the late '90s.
Clapton did some really good stuff with BB King a while back.

Hey...watch it with the marching band comments lol...I spent a lifetime it seems with those kids. Gawd, I still have the lumps on my head from getting beat with sticks, probably have the receipts somewhere for all the acid washes for trumpets and trombones, and medical bills for stuff like a kid tossing a rifle in high winds and getting hit in the mouth, sprained ankles and knee problems from marching in mud...

Gak. I. do. not. miss. those. days. But they did get a lot of out it. They actually marched Steely Dan one year--Aja, Bodhissatva, and FM. Took first place in a national competition. So it wasn't all painful lol.
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#253
Oct 15, 2013
 
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Concerts got too polished in the late '80s and beyond for my taste. About as spontaneous as a marching band with some groups. The only ones that avoided that (that I attended) were Steely Dan and Eric Clapton, but even Clapton was looking like an MTV production by the late '90s.
Maybe you should try some small venue shows, Paco. No need to pay $100.

Might be good for your tortured soul.$20 to $30. You can afford that.
Billy Joe Shaver charged $20. An American Icon. Even shot a man in self defense, and was acquitted...just like that guy in florida. But he's really talented.

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#254
Oct 15, 2013
 
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Worship you? Like hell I'll worship an idiot like you. You didn't comprehend my answer.
The second time, was free. I was a volunteer at Kettering Fraze when they performed--I think it was around 2000 or 2001 when I did that. My kids' high school marching band used the venue to get volunteers in as a fundraiser so I got in free, dipsh!+. We manned the food and beer stands for a cut of the profits...
I really have no problem going out to socialize, even if the entertainment is mediocre. Seriously? You worried about this? I didn't say I was disappointed the first time. First time was 1977, Toledo, and I actually had a good time then, too. I was, after all 18, back then, and it was a multi-group lineup that included other groups at the Toledo Sports Arena. That was the better of the two shows, but I liked it better when Heart performed that night.
You really have no life, do you?
You paid those punks to have my car towed that night, didn't you?
Toledo Sports Arena...what a fckn dive.

woof
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#255
Oct 16, 2013
 
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Maybe you should try some small venue shows, Paco. No need to pay $100.
Might be good for your tortured soul.$20 to $30. You can afford that.
Billy Joe Shaver charged $20. An American Icon. Even shot a man in self defense, and was acquitted...just like that guy in florida. But he's really talented.
woof


maybe you need to mind your own business?

if I want $500 seats, then that is my right.

because you can't have $500 seats you want to outlaw a venue.

sorry....F off.
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#256
Oct 16, 2013
 
Reality Speaks wrote:
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maybe you need to mind your own business?
if I want $500 seats, then that is my right.
because you can't have $500 seats you want to outlaw a venue.
sorry....F off.
If you would take the time to notice, I replied to Paco's complaint, not you. I said not a peep about "outlawing" anything.

Mind your own f'n bidness Bubba. Or stuff a stick in yer mouth.

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#257
Oct 16, 2013
 
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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If you would take the time to notice, I replied to Paco's complaint, not you. I said not a peep about "outlawing" anything.
Mind your own f'n bidness Bubba. Or stuff a stick in yer mouth.
woof
make me.

are you still chasing ambulances over the tainted water in Uniontown?

is that galactic interspace thingy in Sandusky the culprit?

in your legal back room meetings have you been discussing what happens when the USA can't borrow because nobody will lend?

Only in fantasyland does the borrower set credit limits with repayment terms.

Reality is that China and Sweden are demanding votes to remove the dollar as world currency this week.

That will make your EBT card worthless other than a windshield scraper.
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#258
Oct 16, 2013
 
i received a letter this week from my Doctor.

As of 1/1/14 no insurance of any kind will be accepted.

Cash or check, then you the patient can submit for reimbursement.

Expect this often.

Floating $500 for a few months waiting on reimbursement will challenge many.

Was it fair to make the Doctor wait for their money?

Now the burden of payment lies completely with the patient receiving services.

Sounds drastic does it not?

What it is in reality is a way to outsmart all those very high intellect elected officials that know best.

By cutting employee hours you also outsmart the brilliance of the so called intellectuals.

And when the brilliant highest thinkers in this nation located in Washington DC finally figure it out, the corporations left in this country will have moved to avoid all the brilliant thinking.
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#262
Oct 16, 2013
 
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
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It sounds like a good way to lose business. I give it a week before he starts taking insurance again, if this is even true in the first place.
Maybe you can barter with him for a ride on your boat.
you just keep believing that.

First off it is a She, and She has a waiting list for appointments.

A specialist. She has more patients than time to see them. Have you seen how many arthritis commercials are on TV every single day? You honestly think that forcing a check at time of service is going to hurt her business?

Clueless defines you again.

Her profits just went up because she won't have to have the 6 clerks fighting insurance companies for payment anymore.

She also no longer eats 3% from credit card companies.

Write a check, or find another Doctor. Just like it was30 years ago.

What is going out of business is patients who can't write checks.

I just had to clear your fantasy up for you.

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Reality Speaks wrote:
i received a letter this week from my Doctor.
As of 1/1/14 no insurance of any kind will be accepted.
Cash or check, then you the patient can submit for reimbursement.
Expect this often.
Floating $500 for a few months waiting on reimbursement will challenge many.
Was it fair to make the Doctor wait for their money?
Now the burden of payment lies completely with the patient receiving services.
Sounds drastic does it not?
What it is in reality is a way to outsmart all those very high intellect elected officials that know best.
By cutting employee hours you also outsmart the brilliance of the so called intellectuals.
And when the brilliant highest thinkers in this nation located in Washington DC finally figure it out, the corporations left in this country will have moved to avoid all the brilliant thinking.
If he does that his office staff will bail on his stupid ass in three days.

Since: Jan 12

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#264
Oct 16, 2013
 
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>No wonder you got kicked all over the hood.
The group was your thing. I just wanted to bag Marie.
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#265
Oct 16, 2013
 
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> If he does that his office staff will bail on his stupid ass in three days.
I guess you missed the part were 6 clerks were no longer necessary.

and it is a she.

reading comprehension skills are quite lacking there Wise One.

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#266
Oct 16, 2013
 
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want to hear a funny?
I agreed with every word you wrote down till...You people live in.......
Congrats on your accomplishments with your education and employment. Well done, and nobody gift wrapped it up making it easy for you. Accomplishments make statements.
I strongly agree how children are raised will determine the final outcome. No question.
Where we disagree is how to fix it.
You feel your way is best, I disagree. Can I tell you education is key to human development? Strong family ties, supporting neighbors and neighborhood.
Education and plenty of good jobs fixes 60% of our problems. The other 40% are moral.
Do you disagree with anything yet?
60% of your "fixes" have been shipped to China and Bangladesh by the Corporations you defend, and by the politicians who are paid by said Corporations to allow this without severe taxation. So much for your fixes!
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#267
Oct 16, 2013
 
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> 60% of your "fixes" have been shipped to China and Bangladesh by the Corporations you defend, and by the politicians who are paid by said Corporations to allow this without severe taxation. So much for your fixes!
and you just best get prepared for more corporations and the top earners in this nation leave.

August 2013 had more people renounce their citizenship that years worth prior to it.

Expect lots more.

when you went on strike demanding a company give in to your demands or you were going to shut their business..........

Did you forget that a company has choices? You must have because you are blaming them. You are surprised they gave you the finger and moved?

Yes I defend them because I owe them for providing me the opportunity to earn a very respectful living.

No company owes me anything I did not earn. You either.

You have choices as well.....start your own company, or agree to work for someone else. Fairly simple.

The sooner you leftie scholars can figure that out, the sooner jobs will appear.

Till then....enjoy your hope and change. You have not learned a thing.

Is 29 hour work weeks Obama's plan? Sounds Greek to me.

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