Why Do Republicans Lie?
Seriouslady

AOL

#370 Jan 4, 2013
tranpsosition wrote:
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I can't speak for other people but personally, you lack of consistency in your anecdotes is what invites doubt. Googling notlocal+topix+husband brings up claims that your husband is in construction, that he's in mining and that he's in high level business in forums in Ohio, MD and WV, amongst others. Your personal background ranges wildy as well, with you claiming to be retired from a young age, a high paid businesswoman and a farmer of sorts, while your rather incredible output in Topix forums across the nation would instead suggest a life working from the home, given its impressive quantity. I understand completely that the internet is a chance for people to present their best selves, their ideal selves, often the selves they wish they had become. But even with this caveat, many of the daily contradictions leave it difficult to take your autobiographical anecdotes with the gravity and trust you might wish readers to apply to them.
That's wierd. My husband works in underground construction/site development and utilities. Other factors come in, such as sediment control, enviromental stuff. I really don't know all of it but he is certified for sometype of demolition with explosives. He has a lot of certifications. Has to. He is management, but can perform any job his men can and does. And his office is his vehicle. Rarely in the office. He's never been a miner.

I'm the one who worries about the plight of miners as I went to school in VA and have friends in western PA and am familiar with the generational way of life mining supports.

As for me, I wish I were retired. I've never claimed to be. My job is exactly as described and I've never discussed my salary with anyone. Not even my family. It does keep me involved in business and in businesses in other countries.

Yes, I am active in farming. As I have stated on this or other forums, I inherited my parents farm. I placed it in an agricultural preservation and a local farmer plants it for me. I have discussed crop yields with farmers on other forums, not this one. And the drought and critter control. I grew up on this land.

No, I could never work from home. I sometimes get on topix here at work. Sometimes my boss reads it over my shoulder. Mainly I get on after my husband has gone to bed as he gets up so early and I'm not much for TV.

Remember for awhile, before I registered, someone was starting threads and doing posts as 'notlocal' that was not me. Some were also done as 'Seriouslady' that were not me.

During the campaign I jumped around to several topix sites to get an idea of what people were thinking. Particularity in neighboring PA.

Where I live, I can be in any of the three neighboring states with less than a half hour drive. We here tend to think of it as a 'neighborhood.'

Outspoken, and hard headed? Yes. Liar? No. Just not me. What would be the point?
Seriouslady

AOL

#371 Jan 4, 2013
bub wrote:
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What do you expect from an older adult woman who claims to have never learned to ride a bicycle?
:-) I figured you'd show up to point that out.
Yeah, and Santa didn't bring me those riding lessons either! Think it would be wierd to get a bike with training wheels?
Spookishere F trolls

Toledo, OH

#373 Jan 4, 2013
WiseAmerican wrote:
<quoted text> Charter schools take the cream of the crop and leaves the husk in the puplic schools to lag behind and suffer. What's your remedy for those throw-away children?
Why do you want to hold back the good students?

As for the husk as you call them they can do labor jobs if we executed all the invading trash.

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#374 Jan 4, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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That's wierd. My husband works in underground construction/site development and utilities. Other factors come in, such as sediment control, enviromental stuff. I really don't know all of it but he is certified for sometype of demolition with explosives. He has a lot of certifications. Has to. He is management, but can perform any job his men can and does. And his office is his vehicle. Rarely in the office. He's never been a miner.
I'm the one who worries about the plight of miners as I went to school in VA and have friends in western PA and am familiar with the generational way of life mining supports.
As for me, I wish I were retired. I've never claimed to be. My job is exactly as described and I've never discussed my salary with anyone. Not even my family. It does keep me involved in business and in businesses in other countries.
Yes, I am active in farming. As I have stated on this or other forums, I inherited my parents farm. I placed it in an agricultural preservation and a local farmer plants it for me. I have discussed crop yields with farmers on other forums, not this one. And the drought and critter control. I grew up on this land.
No, I could never work from home. I sometimes get on topix here at work. Sometimes my boss reads it over my shoulder. Mainly I get on after my husband has gone to bed as he gets up so early and I'm not much for TV.
Remember for awhile, before I registered, someone was starting threads and doing posts as 'notlocal' that was not me. Some were also done as 'Seriouslady' that were not me.
During the campaign I jumped around to several topix sites to get an idea of what people were thinking. Particularity in neighboring PA.
Where I live, I can be in any of the three neighboring states with less than a half hour drive. We here tend to think of it as a 'neighborhood.'
Outspoken, and hard headed? Yes. Liar? No. Just not me. What would be the point?
You're right, how silly of me. Someone else must have spent the last year or so using the name notlocal from an AOL account and working tirelessly around the clock to create alternative lifestyles to undermine you in forums across the country, on the off chance that someone would google your username. I would be wary. Their ability to mimic your form and style warns that they may be a mighty foe, indeed!
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#375 Jan 4, 2013
WiseAmerican wrote:
<quoted text> Good night John-boy, good night Jim-bob, good night Grandpa -Zeb, good night Uncle-Ben.
G'night George, Fred, Mrs. Cleaver, Cleavon. an all ya'll.

woof
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#376 Jan 4, 2013
Spookishere F trolls wrote:
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Why do you want to hold back the good students?
As for the husk as you call them they can do labor jobs if we executed all the invading trash.
Go Read the Ohio Constitution and the four DeRolph decisions.

woof

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#377 Jan 4, 2013
Spookishere F trolls wrote:
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Why do you want to hold back the good students?
As for the husk as you call them they can do labor jobs if we executed all the invading trash.
We need someone to drive the trucks and snowplows, I suppose. But we should really aim to help all our students try and achieve more, should they prove able.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#378 Jan 4, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Holy Cow. What a beatdown.
Really? I didn't take it that way. Don't worry, no bruises here.
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#379 Jan 4, 2013
WiseAmerican wrote:
<quoted text> Good night John-boy, good night Jim-bob, good night Grandpa -Zeb, good night Uncle-Ben.
Good night Lamont, good night Laquesha, good night Tray-von, good night Ken-yon ...
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#380 Jan 4, 2013
WiseAmerican wrote:
<quoted text> Charter schools take the cream of the crop and leaves the husk in the puplic schools to lag behind and suffer. What's your remedy for those throw-away children?
As one of those cream of the crop children, I spent most of my years in public schools bored to tears because it went too slow for me. As a now merely above average adult, I wonder if I would still be able to consider myself cream of the crop if our schools did a better job sorting people by ability and catered to those abilities ... instead of taking the socialist of throwing me in with the dumbasses and having them pull me down to their level.

But as I said before, at least your child might be safer. Dumbasses are too stupid to pull off mass shootings. It's usually the smart kids that snap.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#381 Jan 4, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Really? I didn't take it that way. Don't worry, no bruises here.
Really? That was a really long effort to difuse it for not taking it that way.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#382 Jan 4, 2013
tranpsosition wrote:
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You're right, how silly of me. Someone else must have spent the last year or so using the name notlocal from an AOL account and working tirelessly around the clock to create alternative lifestyles to undermine you in forums across the country, on the off chance that someone would google your username. I would be wary. Their ability to mimic your form and style warns that they may be a mighty foe, indeed!
I did the same search you did and many of them were my posts, but not all. The one on the Fargo topix had 'notlocal Columbus,Ohio'. I didn't see my husband mentioned in any or any contrary to what I have said right here about my job, living in the country, etc.

It was pretty low of me to urge the woman on the MD site not to commit suicide, wasn't it?

What I did find odd is that many, many are lacking. In the past few months I've been present on the Orlando site, Virginia Beach, Lexington, Connecticut and others.

You've pretty much made up your mind you're my superior, so I'd just stick with that if I were you.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#383 Jan 4, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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Good night Lamont, good night Laquesha, good night Tray-von, good night Ken-yon ...
Heard a new one today: Cambriea
It just makes me think of cheese.
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#384 Jan 4, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Heard a new one today: Cambriea
It just makes me think of cheese.
Sounds like an Oldsmobile.
just sating

Columbus, OH

#385 Jan 4, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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As one of those cream of the crop children, I spent most of my years in public schools bored to tears because it went too slow for me. As a now merely above average adult, I wonder if I would still be able to consider myself cream of the crop if our schools did a better job sorting people by ability and catered to those abilities ... instead of taking the socialist of throwing me in with the dumbasses and having them pull me down to their level.
But as I said before, at least your child might be safer. Dumbasses are too stupid to pull off mass shootings. It's usually the smart kids that snap.
When your teachers said you were "special", they didn't mean you were "cream of the crop".
Grammar Nazi

Columbus, OH

#386 Jan 4, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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As a now merely above average adult, I wonder if I would still be able to consider myself cream of the crop if our schools did a better job sorting people by ability and catered to those abilities ...
"As a now merely above average adult" is incorrect. It should be "As a now barely above average adult".

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#387 Jan 4, 2013
tranpsosition wrote:
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We need someone to drive the trucks and snowplows, I suppose. But we should really aim to help all our students try and achieve more, should they prove able.
You're right, we will always need people with those skills. And they are skills that take a long time and experience to do correctly. Plus, they pay well.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#388 Jan 4, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
<quoted text>Sounds like an Oldsmobile.
Even better.
Spookishere F trolls

Toledo, OH

#389 Jan 4, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Go Read the Ohio Constitution and the four DeRolph decisions.
woof
Maybe you should spit out that penis and read the Ohio constitution no where does it say the intelligent and behaved kids shall be held back so as to not out preform the stupid and lazy kids.
Furthermore the only thing you need to address to me is the time and place of your suicide. Now ho hang yourself.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#391 Jan 4, 2013
Spookishere F trolls wrote:
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Maybe you should spit out that penis and read the Ohio constitution no where does it say the intelligent and behaved kids shall be held back so as to not out preform the stupid and lazy kids.
Furthermore the only thing you need to address to me is the time and place of your suicide. Now ho hang yourself.
You sound as if you were raised up right, and came out right at the top of the heap, no doubt.

woof

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