Henry Vilas wrote: he goes to Milwaukee often
Slander. Lies. This is a lie. I have been to Milwaukee twice in my life. Thrice if you count the time I drove through without stopping.
DEL the funky homosapien wrote:Finally, for the record, I don't own a car either, and I eat local and organic, blah, blah, But I'm not holier than thou. I'm not naive enough to think that everyone should live the way I do. When I see someone in need, I try and help.
Hans$$Buttercup wrote:Yeah.. That was my point from the begining. Little did I know that my adding a hint of sarcasm solidified my need to commit suicide. Who knew?!
Sheppy wrote:Dude, I'm not an asshole. I help people in need too. I donate to all kinds of local and national causes. I volunteer. I live my life in a tolerant, environmentally friendly manner. But here's the difference between you and me: I think. When I see someone stuck with their Cadillac in a snowbank somewhere, I choose not to help. I choose not to help because I surmise that by not helping, I'm actually helping this person in the longrun. How? Maybe this will be the winter that Mr. or Mrs. Johnny McTailpipe finally decides to sell the Volvo and get a bike. Or take the bus. Or walk their fat ass to work and the store. If I dig this person out of their snowtrap, then the chances that they will ditch the car are that much less. So I walk on past, out of love and consideration for those around me. I'm sorry you're too narrowminded to figure that out.
mifflander wrote:You don't seem too tolerant of Mr. & Mrs. Tailpipe.
So, you actually think that if you refuse to help some stranger get their car unstuck they will make a dramatic lifestyle change simply because you walked on by leaving them buried in the snow?
And you would do this out of love and consideration for them?
And since they're in a car in the snow it would be safe for you to assume that they don't already walk to work, or own, and regularly ride, a bike or that they must be fat?
I hope you take the time to stop and explain to them that what you are (not) doing is really your way of helping them. How else could they fully appreciate your selfless altruism?
DEL the funky homosapien wrote:And sending people to prisons actually makes them want to be better people too, right?
Sheppy wrote:Yeah, didja ever think that the reason you're depressed, the reason that you are confused about your place in the world, is that your name is so completly ridiculous and stupid? I mean, what's with the Dollar Signs? Are you trying to be like 50 Cent or something?
Also, maybe it's time to emulate real people instead of Spiderman. You can't climb walls and a travel around the city by swinging on webs. Stop trying.
Hans$$Buttercup wrote:Do you and your witty girlfriend invite to your wonderful condo the two other people in the world who could possibly relate to you over for twister on friday nights, resulting in an orgy of human excrement and bile? It's fine. No one is in a postion to judge. Just make sure you use some plastic covering for all your nice furnature and books.
Sheppy wrote:Hans$$Buttercup wrote:So why respond to a question that doesn't pertain to you?
Let me tell you something, Hans$$Buttercup. I don't have time for your neanderthal approach to life, or your asinine screen name. I don't have time for it. Because unlike you, I am a succesful person. I think about my actions. I live a deliberate life. I read books and draw my own conclusions after careful study and consideration. I have a girlfriend with whose mind and sharp wit fill my downtown condo with many great musings and desires. I think.
You, on the other hand, react to stimuli. You don't think. You have been trained through repeated Pavlovian response to bellar loudly and pump your fist when Favre lands a long pass. You don't know the difference between Shiite and Sunni. Or Iraq and Iran. You seek out "news" that reinforces the narrow spectrum of your existence and panders to your own insecurities by making you feel superior over straw men like "libruls." You don't have a girlfriend.
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