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PING: All who are interested- the rat-trap group
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Eagle
2012-04-01 16:29:54 UTC
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I have now replied to every post, with comments on the contents of each,
mentioning anything occurring outside the rat-trap group for the first
couple of weeks of its existence.
For those who are interested, for the best results I advise my replies
are viewed in chronological order. All posts upon which I've commented
are quoted in full with my comments either in-line or below the quoted
posts.
I intend to continue commenting on these posts until the first post
after
the trap was sprung.
Sensible comments without ranting are welcomed. Anything else will be
either ignored or mocked, depending on the craziness of their content.
So says the self-appointed moral judge and jury ... shall you now be
called "Ceasar Adolf P. Reckanbacher?" (or however you used to spell it)
So you equate responding to posts as someone proclaiming themselves
judge and jury? A rather odd statement considering how much judging
you've been doing lately.
"I've now commented on all the posts of the alleged <cough cough> hate group
and have found no hate at all in any post whatsoever <cough cough>. If
anyone doubts that NO HATE exists, just feel free to read my very own
assessment of the said matter, since after all ... I'm smarter!"
Give me a break! LOLOL It's really halarious the lengths some of you go to
so you can support your hate. I imagine other hate groups do the same thing.
BTW, why don't you post like an intelligent adult and take a moment to
look things up if you can't spell them?
hmmmmmmmmmm .... When I don't swallow the garbage people would like to feed
me, they get their panties in a wad and form hate groups!
You mean the "Garbage Pail Kids"?
Here's linda;

http://tinyurl.com/8a79s84
I don't form hate groups .. never been in one .. never joined one. Feel free
if it suits you, tho.
--
Eagle
I'm just someone who would sell their soul for attention, good
or bad.--aardvark
Eagle
2012-04-01 16:32:06 UTC
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I have now replied to every post, with comments on the contents of
each,
mentioning anything occurring outside the rat-trap group for the first
couple of weeks of its existence.
For those who are interested, for the best results I advise my replies
are viewed in chronological order. All posts upon which I've commented
are quoted in full with my comments either in-line or below the quoted
posts.
I intend to continue commenting on these posts until the first post
after
the trap was sprung.
Sensible comments without ranting are welcomed. Anything else will be
either ignored or mocked, depending on the craziness of their content.
So says the self-appointed moral judge and jury ... shall you now be
called "Ceasar Adolf P. Reckanbacher?" (or however you used to spell it)
So you equate responding to posts as someone proclaiming themselves
judge and jury? A rather odd statement considering how much judging
you've been doing lately.
"I've now commented on all the posts of the alleged <cough cough> hate
group and have found no hate at all in any post whatsoever <cough
cough>. If anyone doubts that NO HATE exists, just feel free to read my
very own assessment of the said matter, since after all ... I'm smarter!"
Give me a break! LOLOL It's really halarious the lengths some of you go
to so you can support your hate. I imagine other hate groups do the same
thing.
What a liar you are, and you still can't spell. And you didn't answer the
question. Do you seriously believe people don't see what you're doing and
see you for who you've truly shown yourself to be, that being the chief hate
monger?
BTW, why don't you post like an intelligent adult and take a moment to
look things up if you can't spell them?
hmmmmmmmmmm .... When I don't swallow the garbage people would like to
feed me, they get their panties in a wad and form hate groups!
What does that have to do with spelling?
I don't form hate groups .. never been in one .. never joined one. Feel
free if it suits you, tho.
Of course you don't, you don't have the time. Being the hate monger
extraordinaire that you are takes up all your time. But what does that have
to do with spelling?
Who cares about spealing? The point is wates impourtant!
--
Eagle
I like you. People say I’ve got no taste, but I like you
~BD~
2012-04-01 17:09:05 UTC
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Post by Eagle
I have now replied to every post, with comments on the contents of each,
mentioning anything occurring outside the rat-trap group for the first
couple of weeks of its existence.
For those who are interested, for the best results I advise my replies
are viewed in chronological order. All posts upon which I've commented
are quoted in full with my comments either in-line or below the quoted
posts.
I intend to continue commenting on these posts until the first post
after
the trap was sprung.
Sensible comments without ranting are welcomed. Anything else will be
either ignored or mocked, depending on the craziness of their content.
So says the self-appointed moral judge and jury ... shall you now be
called "Ceasar Adolf P. Reckanbacher?" (or however you used to spell it)
So you equate responding to posts as someone proclaiming themselves
judge and jury? A rather odd statement considering how much judging
you've been doing lately.
"I've now commented on all the posts of the alleged <cough cough> hate
group and have found no hate at all in any post whatsoever <cough
cough>. If anyone doubts that NO HATE exists, just feel free to read
my very own assessment of the said matter, since after all ... I'm
smarter!"
Give me a break! LOLOL It's really halarious the lengths some of you
go to so you can support your hate. I imagine other hate groups do the
same thing.
BTW, why don't you post like an intelligent adult and take a moment to
look things up if you can't spell them?
hmmmmmmmmmm .... When I don't swallow the garbage people would like to
feed me, they get their panties in a wad and form hate groups!
You mean the "Garbage Pail Kids"?
Here's linda;
http://tinyurl.com/8a79s84
:-D
--
Dave - "It is much better to be hated for what you are, than to be loved
for what you definitely are not." "Do unto others as you would have them
do unto you."
Oldus Fartus
2012-04-02 15:26:28 UTC
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Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has to
be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt out "I
hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
--
Cheers
Oldus Fartus
Jenn
2012-04-02 16:13:50 UTC
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Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that later
they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate" ful words,
once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If those words are
never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
--
Jenn
SeaNymph
2012-04-02 17:50:42 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that later
they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate" ful words,
once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If those words are
never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
Eagle
2012-04-02 19:44:04 UTC
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Post by SeaNymph
And you don't speak for all kids.
Nor do you.
--
Eagle
I like you. People say I’ve got no taste, but I like you
SeaNymph
2012-04-02 19:52:53 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by SeaNymph
And you don't speak for all kids.
Nor do you.
I didn't say that I did. Unlike others, I do try to avoid the appearance
of posting something that indicates I speak for any group of people,
because I don't.
Eagle
2012-04-02 20:52:05 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by SeaNymph
And you don't speak for all kids.
Nor do you.
I didn't say that I did. Unlike others, I do try to avoid the appearance of
posting something that indicates I speak for any group of people, because I
don't.
Well...that's better then.
You may carry on....<grin>
--
Eagle
Friendship is like peeing your pants, everyone can see it, but only you
can feel the true warmth.
Aardvark
2012-04-02 22:52:30 UTC
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Post by SeaNymph
Post by Eagle
Post by SeaNymph
And you don't speak for all kids.
Nor do you.
I didn't say that I did. Unlike others, I do try to avoid the appearance
of posting something that indicates I speak for any group of people,
because I don't.
Nor do any of us.

Except for BD, Jenn and monkey-boi.

BTW- this is the only group now in which the Grumple Gang aren't in /dev/
null for me. I might even post direct replies to them if they can behave
themselves like adults.
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Eagle
2012-04-02 23:34:48 UTC
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Post by Aardvark
Post by SeaNymph
Post by Eagle
Post by SeaNymph
And you don't speak for all kids.
Nor do you.
I didn't say that I did. Unlike others, I do try to avoid the appearance
of posting something that indicates I speak for any group of people,
because I don't.
Nor do any of us.
Except for BD, Jenn and monkey-boi.
BTW- this is the only group now in which the Grumple Gang aren't in /dev/
null for me. I might even post direct replies to them if they can behave
themselves like adults.
Well gee, aardee...I feel so...oh, I donno...funny inside knowing you
are going to chat with me instead of hiding.
What shall we talk about? Maybe pick up where we left off last year
when you bit binned me?
--
Eagle
I'm just someone who would sell their soul for attention, good
or bad.--aardvark
Aardvark
2012-04-02 22:38:44 UTC
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Post by SeaNymph
Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that
later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If
those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
So, one or all of her kids as young 'uns at one time or another stated
that they hate her.

By her 'logic', they did beforehand and still do,

Hmmmm.
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Eagle
2012-04-02 23:37:11 UTC
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Post by Aardvark
Post by SeaNymph
Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that
later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If
those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
So, one or all of her kids as young 'uns at one time or another stated
that they hate her.
By her 'logic', they did beforehand and still do,
Hmmmm.
That's not nice, aardee. Treat people as you would be treated and we
could have some interesting exchanges, don't you think?
--
Eagle
Did your sack of shit 'God' forgive you --aardvark
Jenn
2012-04-02 23:45:04 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that
later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If
those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
So, one or all of her kids as young 'uns at one time or another stated
that they hate her.
By her 'logic', they did beforehand and still do,
Hmmmm.
That's not nice, aardee. Treat people as you would be treated and we
could have some interesting exchanges, don't you think?
He knows that's not what I said .. he's just showing his hateful side
big time.
--
Jenn
Eagle
2012-04-02 23:53:24 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that
later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If
those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
So, one or all of her kids as young 'uns at one time or another stated
that they hate her.
By her 'logic', they did beforehand and still do,
Hmmmm.
That's not nice, aardee. Treat people as you would be treated and we
could have some interesting exchanges, don't you think?
He knows that's not what I said .. he's just showing his hateful side big
time.
That sux Jenn. :-(
--
Eagle
Socialism:
Tax dollars at work for those who don't
Jenn
2012-04-03 00:55:31 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that
later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If
those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
So, one or all of her kids as young 'uns at one time or another stated
that they hate her.
By her 'logic', they did beforehand and still do,
Hmmmm.
That's not nice, aardee. Treat people as you would be treated and we
could have some interesting exchanges, don't you think?
He knows that's not what I said .. he's just showing his hateful side
big time.
That sux Jenn. :-(
yeah .. but I can't really expect anything better from him.
--
Jenn
Eagle
2012-04-02 23:58:41 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that
later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If
those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
So, one or all of her kids as young 'uns at one time or another stated
that they hate her.
By her 'logic', they did beforehand and still do,
Hmmmm.
That's not nice, aardee. Treat people as you would be treated and we
could have some interesting exchanges, don't you think?
He knows that's not what I said .. he's just showing his hateful side big
time.
Play nice, aardee....
--
Eagle
Friendship is like peeing your pants, everyone can see it, but only you
can feel the true warmth.
Aardvark
2012-04-03 00:03:03 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate
anyone, therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things
she doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do
people incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the
word hate has to be used in conjunction with that person is some
public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum,
that they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean
that later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out
"hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate.
If those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell
me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
So, one or all of her kids as young 'uns at one time or another
stated that they hate her.
By her 'logic', they did beforehand and still do,
Hmmmm.
That's not nice, aardee. Treat people as you would be treated and we
could have some interesting exchanges, don't you think?
He knows that's not what I said .. he's just showing his hateful side
big time.
Play nice, aardee....
WTF, monkey-boi?????
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Eagle
2012-04-03 00:19:22 UTC
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Post by Aardvark
Post by Eagle
Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate
anyone, therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things
she doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do
people incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the
word hate has to be used in conjunction with that person is some
public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum,
that they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean
that later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out
"hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate.
If those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell
me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
So, one or all of her kids as young 'uns at one time or another
stated that they hate her.
By her 'logic', they did beforehand and still do,
Hmmmm.
That's not nice, aardee. Treat people as you would be treated and we
could have some interesting exchanges, don't you think?
He knows that's not what I said .. he's just showing his hateful side
big time.
Play nice, aardee....
WTF, monkey-boi?????
I know...THAT was a hoot... lol
--
Eagle
Did your sack of shit 'God' forgive you --aardvark
Aardvark
2012-04-03 00:24:33 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Eagle
Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate
anyone, therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying
things she doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do
people incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the
word hate has to be used in conjunction with that person is
some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they
blurt out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum,
that they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean
that later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel
out "hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate.
If those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You
tell me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
So, one or all of her kids as young 'uns at one time or another
stated that they hate her.
By her 'logic', they did beforehand and still do,
Hmmmm.
That's not nice, aardee. Treat people as you would be treated and we
could have some interesting exchanges, don't you think?
He knows that's not what I said .. he's just showing his hateful side
big time.
Play nice, aardee....
WTF, monkey-boi?????
I know...THAT was a hoot... lol
WTF X 2, monkey-boi ?????
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Eagle
2012-04-03 01:11:19 UTC
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Post by Aardvark
Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Eagle
Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate
anyone, therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying
things she doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do
people incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the
word hate has to be used in conjunction with that person is
some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they
blurt out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum,
that they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean
that later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel
out "hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate.
If those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You
tell me?
Oh really? You think kids understand that level of emotion? They
don't. And you don't speak for all kids.
So, one or all of her kids as young 'uns at one time or another
stated that they hate her.
By her 'logic', they did beforehand and still do,
Hmmmm.
That's not nice, aardee. Treat people as you would be treated and we
could have some interesting exchanges, don't you think?
He knows that's not what I said .. he's just showing his hateful side
big time.
Play nice, aardee....
WTF, monkey-boi?????
I know...THAT was a hoot... lol
WTF X 2, monkey-boi ?????
My name is Eagle.
--
Eagle
You've got the goods on me brother. I'm a slithering snake and I’m not
going to let anybody forget it.--Betty
Peter Foldes
2012-04-02 18:12:16 UTC
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Post by Oldus Fartus
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that later they
can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate" full words, once had to
speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If those words are never spoken, is
the hate canceled out? You tell me?
If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then I would be rich.

JS
Jenn
2012-04-02 18:15:04 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Foldes
Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean
that later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out
"hate" full words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the
hate. If those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You
tell me?
If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then I would be rich.
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater... my
youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
--
Jenn
Peter Foldes
2012-04-02 18:35:22 UTC
Permalink
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater... my youngest is
22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In between I have a 25
and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a Grandfather twice over from my 37 year
old.

Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then I would be
rich

JS
Jenn
2012-04-02 18:47:11 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Foldes
Post by Jenn
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In between
I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a Grandfather
twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then
I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a rare
occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can only remember
it being said once.... and it was apologized for quite quickly.
--
Jenn
SeaNymph
2012-04-02 18:52:22 UTC
Permalink
Post by Jenn
Post by Peter Foldes
Post by Jenn
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In between
I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a Grandfather
twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then
I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a rare
occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can only remember
it being said once.... and it was apologized for quite quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
Eagle
2012-04-02 19:48:01 UTC
Permalink
Post by SeaNymph
Post by Jenn
Post by Peter Foldes
Post by Jenn
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In between
I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a Grandfather
twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then
I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a rare
occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can only remember
it being said once.... and it was apologized for quite quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
It figures you would sum up this conversation like that, SN. Had Jenn
been someone you like, your words wouldn't be so sarcastic.
--
Eagle
Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you’ll ever
regret.
SeaNymph
2012-04-02 19:54:20 UTC
Permalink
Post by Eagle
Post by Jenn
Post by Peter Foldes
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In between
I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a Grandfather
twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then
I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a rare
occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can only
remember
it being said once.... and it was apologized for quite quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
It figures you would sum up this conversation like that, SN. Had Jenn
been someone you like, your words wouldn't be so sarcastic.
Nothing sarcastic about it. I'm merely attempting to clarify what Jenn
herself said. And she confirmed it, so why do you feel a need to stick
your nose in it? Oh wait, I remember, this whole forum is just another
place for you and your ilk to continue your hate mongering.
Eagle
2012-04-02 20:59:08 UTC
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Post by SeaNymph
Nothing sarcastic about it. I'm merely attempting to clarify what Jenn
herself said. And she confirmed it, so why do you feel a need to stick your
nose in it?
As you made it so well known, this is usenet, and we are free to
comment as we see fit, so buzz off.
Post by SeaNymph
Oh wait, I remember, this whole forum is just another place for
you and your ilk to continue your hate mongering.
Me and "MY" ilk?
Well gee, let me call a staff meeting so we [my ilk] can formulate our
actions to satisfy YOUR "ilk". When our "ilks" can formulate a course
of action that will please YOUR 'ilk' as well as MY "ilk", then we will
be able to sit down and have cookies and "ilk" together without
spilling OUR "ilks". :-?
--
Eagle
I've been over there fighting with Jenn, but it's a losing battle. She
is one sharp harridan!!--Betty
Aardvark
2012-04-02 22:55:26 UTC
Permalink
Post by SeaNymph
Post by Eagle
Post by Jenn
Post by Peter Foldes
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In
between I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a
Grandfather twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then
I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a rare
occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can only
remember it being said once.... and it was apologized for quite
quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
It figures you would sum up this conversation like that, SN. Had Jenn
been someone you like, your words wouldn't be so sarcastic.
Nothing sarcastic about it. I'm merely attempting to clarify what Jenn
herself said. And she confirmed it, so why do you feel a need to stick
your nose in it? Oh wait, I remember, this whole forum is just another
place for you and your ilk to continue your hate mongering.
They *really* give 'Christians' a good name, don't they?

Especially BD, whose love of his fellow man (and woman) constantly shines
through every word he writes.
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Eagle
2012-04-02 23:38:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by Aardvark
Post by SeaNymph
Post by Eagle
Post by Jenn
Post by Peter Foldes
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In
between I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a
Grandfather twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then
I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a rare
occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can only
remember it being said once.... and it was apologized for quite
quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
It figures you would sum up this conversation like that, SN. Had Jenn
been someone you like, your words wouldn't be so sarcastic.
Nothing sarcastic about it. I'm merely attempting to clarify what Jenn
herself said. And she confirmed it, so why do you feel a need to stick
your nose in it? Oh wait, I remember, this whole forum is just another
place for you and your ilk to continue your hate mongering.
They *really* give 'Christians' a good name, don't they?
Especially BD, whose love of his fellow man (and woman) constantly shines
through every word he writes.
Now now, aardee...play nice. Not ALL of us are christians.
--
Eagle
Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you’ll ever
regret.
Aardvark
2012-04-03 00:15:05 UTC
Permalink
Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by SeaNymph
Post by Eagle
Post by Jenn
Post by Peter Foldes
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie
theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In
between I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a
Grandfather twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to
me,then I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a
rare occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can
only remember it being said once.... and it was apologized for
quite quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
It figures you would sum up this conversation like that, SN. Had Jenn
been someone you like, your words wouldn't be so sarcastic.
Nothing sarcastic about it. I'm merely attempting to clarify what
Jenn herself said. And she confirmed it, so why do you feel a need to
stick your nose in it? Oh wait, I remember, this whole forum is just
another place for you and your ilk to continue your hate mongering.
They *really* give 'Christians' a good name, don't they?
Especially BD, whose love of his fellow man (and woman) constantly
shines through every word he writes.
Now now, aardee...play nice. Not ALL of us are christians.
The slimy cunt and the crazy lady profess to be such, monkey-boi. Has the
cock crowed three times already?

It's always later than you think, innit?
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Aardvark
2012-04-03 00:22:22 UTC
Permalink
Post by Aardvark
Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by SeaNymph
Post by Eagle
Post by Jenn
Post by Peter Foldes
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In
between I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a
Grandfather twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to
me,then I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a
rare occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can
only remember it being said once.... and it was apologized for
quite quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
It figures you would sum up this conversation like that, SN. Had
Jenn been someone you like, your words wouldn't be so sarcastic.
Nothing sarcastic about it. I'm merely attempting to clarify what
Jenn herself said. And she confirmed it, so why do you feel a need
to stick your nose in it? Oh wait, I remember, this whole forum is
just another place for you and your ilk to continue your hate
mongering.
They *really* give 'Christians' a good name, don't they?
Especially BD, whose love of his fellow man (and woman) constantly
shines through every word he writes.
Now now, aardee...play nice. Not ALL of us are christians.
The slimy cunt and the crazy lady profess to be such, monkey-boi. Has
the cock crowed three times already?
It's always later than you think, innit?
LOL.

Oopsie, got it slightly wrong, monkey-boi. Looks like you have two more
chances:

"Jesus said to him: Amen I say to thee, that in this night before the
cock crow, thou wilt deny me thrice."
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Aardvark
2012-04-02 22:46:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by SeaNymph
Post by Jenn
Post by Peter Foldes
Post by Jenn
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In between
I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a Grandfather
twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then
I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a rare
occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can only
remember it being said once.... and it was apologized for quite
quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
LOL.
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Eagle
2012-04-02 19:46:09 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Foldes
Post by Jenn
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater... my
youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In between I have
a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a Grandfather twice over from
my 37 year old.
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then I would be
rich
JS
Well MY oldest is 42, with two kids, one in UCLA as a sophomore so
nanner nanner!
--
Eagle
Did your sack of shit 'God' forgive you --aardvark
Jenn
2012-04-02 19:54:29 UTC
Permalink
Post by Eagle
Post by Peter Foldes
Post by Jenn
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In
between I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a
Grandfather twice over from my 37 year old.
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to
me,then I would be
rich
JS
Well MY oldest is 42, with two kids, one in UCLA as a sophomore so
nanner nanner!
you win! LOL
--
Jenn
Oldus Fartus
2012-04-02 22:27:02 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater... my
youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
You really wouldn't know though, would you?

They also wouldn't tell you about it years later..
--
Cheers
Oldus Fartus
Jenn
2012-04-02 23:25:18 UTC
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Post by Oldus Fartus
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater... my
youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
You really wouldn't know though, would you?
They also wouldn't tell you about it years later..
Sure they would! They tell me just about everything because we have a
great relationship... the stuff they don't tell me is their personal
stuff tween then and their spouses (for the married ones.)
--
Jenn
Oldus Fartus
2012-04-03 00:46:11 UTC
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Post by Oldus Fartus
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater... my
youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
You really wouldn't know though, would you?
They also wouldn't tell you about it years later..
Sure they would! They tell me just about everything because we have a
great relationship... the stuff they don't tell me is their personal
stuff tween then and their spouses (for the married ones.)
Well, unfortunately there is no way of knowing the truth in this
instance, so I'll just disagree with you, and leave it at that.
--
Cheers
Oldus Fartus
Aardvark
2012-04-02 22:41:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Foldes
Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that
later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate"
full words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If
those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to me,then I would be rich.
JS
Fuck, yeah.

IAWTP
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
ASCII
2012-04-02 19:48:58 UTC
Permalink
Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that later
they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate" ful words,
once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If those words are
never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Even if there's no one to hear the sound,
that tree is still flat on the ground.
Jenn
2012-04-02 19:55:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by ASCII
Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean
that later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out
"hate" ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the
hate. If those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out?
You tell me?
Even if there's no one to hear the sound,
that tree is still flat on the ground.
yep ... oh the poor smashed foilage underneath it, too.
--
Jenn
Eagle
2012-04-02 20:59:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by Jenn
Post by ASCII
Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean
that later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out
"hate" ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the
hate. If those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out?
You tell me?
Even if there's no one to hear the sound,
that tree is still flat on the ground.
yep ... oh the poor smashed foilage underneath it, too.
lol
--
Eagle
I'm just someone who would sell their soul for attention, good
or bad.--aardvark
Oldus Fartus
2012-04-02 22:45:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by ASCII
Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that later
they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate" ful words,
once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If those words are
never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Even if there's no one to hear the sound,
that tree is still flat on the ground.
LOL
--
Cheers
Oldus Fartus
Oldus Fartus
2012-04-02 22:24:07 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that later
they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate" ful words,
once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If those words are
never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Get over yourself Jenn.
--
Cheers
Oldus Fartus
Aardvark
2012-04-02 23:04:28 UTC
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Post by Oldus Fartus
Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that
later they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate"
ful words, once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If
those words are never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Get over yourself Jenn.
She might be able to do that, mate, but it's highly unlikely that the
rest of the Grumple Gang would let her.

Then again, I doubt she could, either.
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Jenn
2012-04-02 23:23:52 UTC
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Post by Oldus Fartus
Post by Oldus Fartus
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that
later
they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate" ful words,
once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If those words are
never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Get over yourself Jenn.
right .. no response.. noted.
--
Jenn
Oldus Fartus
2012-04-03 01:00:11 UTC
Permalink
Post by Jenn
Post by Oldus Fartus
Post by Oldus Fartus
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
yes they do ... otherwise they wouldn't say it. It doesn't mean that
later
they can't change their mind, but in order to cancel out "hate" ful words,
once had to speak words that WILL cancel out the hate. If those words are
never spoken, is the hate canceled out? You tell me?
Get over yourself Jenn.
right .. no response.. noted.
No response is necessary little one. Kids will say things during
tantrums, or under their breath while running into their room, which
they do not mean. *Sometimes* it is better to just let it slide than to
demand an apology.

Whether Betty meant hate as indicating a stronger emotion towards you
than (say) extreme dislike, or even contempt is immaterial, and you have
no right to expect a retraction or apology.

I say again, you just need to get over it.
--
Cheers
Oldus Fartus
Jenn
2012-04-03 01:13:12 UTC
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Post by Jenn
right .. no response.. noted.
No response is necessary little one. Kids will say things during
tantrums, or under their breath while running into their room, which
they do not mean. *Sometimes* it is better to just let it slide than to
demand an apology.
Whether Betty meant hate as indicating a stronger emotion towards you
than (say) extreme dislike, or even contempt is immaterial, and you have
no right to expect a retraction or apology.
I say again, you just need to get over it.
She said "hate" and that's what she meant. Grown adults mean what they
say when they say it.

You and RonNNN, and now Aardvark might as well say it too because that
how you behave in addition to excusing and participating in a hate group.

I'm just here and elsewhere, to inform other people about how you value
and excuse 'hate'. I imagine you find excuses for other hate groups, too.
--
Jenn
RonNNN
2012-04-03 01:30:39 UTC
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Post by Jenn
right .. no response.. noted.
No response is necessary little one. Kids will say things during
tantrums, or under their breath while running into their room, which
they do not mean. *Sometimes* it is better to just let it slide than to
demand an apology.
Whether Betty meant hate as indicating a stronger emotion towards you
than (say) extreme dislike, or even contempt is immaterial, and you have
no right to expect a retraction or apology.
I say again, you just need to get over it.
She said "hate" and that's what she meant. Grown adults mean what they say
when they say it.
You and RonNNN, and now Aardvark might as well say it too because that how
you behave in addition to excusing and participating in a hate group.
I'm just here and elsewhere, to inform other people about how you value
and excuse 'hate'. I imagine you find excuses for other hate groups, too.
Peek-a-boo! Jenn! Why haven't you been to the peep show yet? Oh, maybe you
have and are just waiting for the right moment to respond. No problem, it
only took you a month or two to find your true home.

You did get the hints in that other group that you have contaminated haven't
you?

We'll see you there! [g]
Jenn
2012-04-03 01:44:55 UTC
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(topic change to fit the subject of discussion)
Post by RonNNN
Post by Jenn
Post by Jenn
right .. no response.. noted.
No response is necessary little one. Kids will say things during
tantrums, or under their breath while running into their room, which
they do not mean. *Sometimes* it is better to just let it slide than to
demand an apology.
Whether Betty meant hate as indicating a stronger emotion towards you
than (say) extreme dislike, or even contempt is immaterial, and you have
no right to expect a retraction or apology.
I say again, you just need to get over it.
She said "hate" and that's what she meant. Grown adults mean what they
say when they say it.
You and RonNNN, and now Aardvark might as well say it too because that
how you behave in addition to excusing and participating in a hate group.
I'm just here and elsewhere, to inform other people about how you
value and excuse 'hate'. I imagine you find excuses for other hate
groups, too.
Peek-a-boo! Jenn! Why haven't you been to the peep show yet? Oh, maybe
I don't do "peep shows" ronNNN. That's up your alley and the rest of
the hate group.
Post by RonNNN
you have and are just waiting for the right moment to respond. No
problem, it only took you a month or two to find your true home.
... not interested.
Post by RonNNN
You did get the hints in that other group that you have contaminated
haven't you?
We'll see you there! [g]
naaaaaaa ...

I'm in the middle of a protest of this hate group: alt.fan.jennicam

Revived by Oldus Fartus for the purpose of spewing hate from himeself +
Betty + yourself, RonNNN. Aardvark has joined your hate club, now, too.

Not only are you spewing hate, but OF has begun a campaign to harass me
because I've said I'm not white .. but "beige". Yeah, (to those reading
this .. it sounds silly, but it's true...) Oldus Fartus is harrasing me
because of the color of my skin!

Aardvark is insinuating that my grown children "hate" me, and both you
and Aardvark are making disgusting comments about "ejaculation".

Sheeeeeeeesh ... grown men behaving this way in the times we live in
now. Will any of you ever grow up?
--
Jenn
Oldus Fartus
2012-04-03 01:40:55 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Post by Jenn
right .. no response.. noted.
No response is necessary little one. Kids will say things during
tantrums, or under their breath while running into their room, which
they do not mean. *Sometimes* it is better to just let it slide than to
demand an apology.
Whether Betty meant hate as indicating a stronger emotion towards you
than (say) extreme dislike, or even contempt is immaterial, and you have
no right to expect a retraction or apology.
I say again, you just need to get over it.
She said "hate" and that's what she meant. Grown adults mean what they
say when they say it.
You and RonNNN, and now Aardvark might as well say it too because that
how you behave in addition to excusing and participating in a hate group.
I'm just here and elsewhere, to inform other people about how you value
and excuse 'hate'. I imagine you find excuses for other hate groups, too.
Whatever you say oh petulant little one.
--
Cheers
Oldus Fartus
Eagle
2012-04-02 19:29:39 UTC
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Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has to
be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt out "I
hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that they
actually mean it?
I think they do, at the time they said it. Anger will vent itself in
words that are intended to hurt the person they are angry with. With
Kids, they vent, and later come weeping to the one they said they hated
and beg forgiveness. Of course they will get that forgiveness, and all
will be forgiven and move on.
So says a Husband, Father, a Daddy, and a PaPa....Me.
--
Eagle
I like you. People say I’ve got no taste, but I like you
Jenn
2012-04-02 19:51:49 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things
she doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do
people incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word
hate has to be used in conjunction with that person is some public
context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
I think they do, at the time they said it. Anger will vent itself in
words that are intended to hurt the person they are angry with. With
Kids, they vent, and later come weeping to the one they said they
hated and beg forgiveness. Of course they will get that forgiveness,
and all will be forgiven and move on.
So says a Husband, Father, a Daddy, and a PaPa....Me.
That's kids ... Adults are a bit different, tho, when it comes to blurting
out hate.
--
Jenn
SeaNymph
2012-04-02 19:59:47 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things
she doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do
people incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word
hate has to be used in conjunction with that person is some public
context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
I think they do, at the time they said it. Anger will vent itself in
words that are intended to hurt the person they are angry with. With
Kids, they vent, and later come weeping to the one they said they
hated and beg forgiveness. Of course they will get that forgiveness,
and all will be forgiven and move on.
So says a Husband, Father, a Daddy, and a PaPa....Me.
That's kids ... Adults are a bit different, tho, when it comes to blurting
out hate.
So, are you saying that you know what all adults intend to say when they
say something? I can absolutely guarantee that you don't. Just
saying..............
Jenn
2012-04-02 20:02:15 UTC
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Post by SeaNymph
Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Oldus Fartus
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum,
that they actually mean it?
I think they do, at the time they said it. Anger will vent itself in
words that are intended to hurt the person they are angry with. With
Kids, they vent, and later come weeping to the one they said they
hated and beg forgiveness. Of course they will get that forgiveness,
and all will be forgiven and move on.
So says a Husband, Father, a Daddy, and a PaPa....Me.
That's kids ... Adults are a bit different, tho, when it comes to
blurting out hate.
So, are you saying that you know what all adults intend to say when
they say something? I can absolutely guarantee that you don't. Just
saying..............
ummmmm I can safely say that adults say what they intend to say when they
say something.

{{looks at eagle??}}
--
Jenn
SeaNymph
2012-04-02 20:19:17 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Post by SeaNymph
Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Oldus Fartus
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum,
that they actually mean it?
I think they do, at the time they said it. Anger will vent itself in
words that are intended to hurt the person they are angry with. With
Kids, they vent, and later come weeping to the one they said they
hated and beg forgiveness. Of course they will get that forgiveness,
and all will be forgiven and move on.
So says a Husband, Father, a Daddy, and a PaPa....Me.
That's kids ... Adults are a bit different, tho, when it comes to
blurting out hate.
So, are you saying that you know what all adults intend to say when
they say something? I can absolutely guarantee that you don't. Just
saying..............
ummmmm I can safely say that adults say what they intend to say when they
say something.
{{looks at eagle??}}
Well, no you can't and there is no way you could prove that what you're
saying is correct. In fact, I know it's false. You don't know all
adults, you don't know the circumstances, you don't know what's on their
mind or what their intentions might be, you don't know how they feel
emotionally or whether or not they are truthful. You have no idea if
they're playing you, or saying something to merely get a certain
response. You don't know if they're lying, or if their words have a
designed, ulterior motive. You can't know any of those things about all
adults. And those Jenn, are simply facts. IOW, you can't say anything
about anybody but yourself.

Are you incapable of discussing the issue without help?
Eagle
2012-04-02 21:04:26 UTC
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Post by SeaNymph
Well, no you can't and there is no way you could prove that what you're
saying is correct. In fact, I know it's false.
Bullshit.
Dayam SN! You say one thing, then reverse yourself in the very next
statement.
Make up your forking mind!
--
Eagle
I'm just someone who would sell their soul for attention, good
or bad.--aardvark
Jenn
2012-04-02 21:51:00 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by SeaNymph
Well, no you can't and there is no way you could prove that what
you're saying is correct. In fact, I know it's false.
Bullshit.
Dayam SN! You say one thing, then reverse yourself in the very next
statement.
Make up your forking mind!
hahaaaaaaaahahahaha I just shook my head on that one .. <giggles>
--
Jenn
Eagle
2012-04-02 23:42:51 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by SeaNymph
Well, no you can't and there is no way you could prove that what
you're saying is correct. In fact, I know it's false.
Bullshit.
Dayam SN! You say one thing, then reverse yourself in the very next
statement.
Make up your forking mind!
hahaaaaaaaahahahaha I just shook my head on that one .. <giggles>
It's unbelievable how she does this ALL THE TIME, then gets upset when
she's called on it!
--
Eagle
I like you. People say I’ve got no taste, but I like you
Eagle
2012-04-02 21:02:12 UTC
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Post by SeaNymph
Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Oldus Fartus
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum,
that they actually mean it?
I think they do, at the time they said it. Anger will vent itself in
words that are intended to hurt the person they are angry with. With
Kids, they vent, and later come weeping to the one they said they
hated and beg forgiveness. Of course they will get that forgiveness,
and all will be forgiven and move on.
So says a Husband, Father, a Daddy, and a PaPa....Me.
That's kids ... Adults are a bit different, tho, when it comes to
blurting out hate.
So, are you saying that you know what all adults intend to say when
they say something? I can absolutely guarantee that you don't. Just
saying..............
ummmmm I can safely say that adults say what they intend to say when they say
something.
{{looks at eagle??}}
YEP.
--
Eagle
Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you’ll ever
regret.
Aardvark
2012-04-02 22:56:37 UTC
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Post by SeaNymph
Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things
she doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do
people incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word
hate has to be used in conjunction with that person is some public
context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
I think they do, at the time they said it. Anger will vent itself in
words that are intended to hurt the person they are angry with. With
Kids, they vent, and later come weeping to the one they said they
hated and beg forgiveness. Of course they will get that forgiveness,
and all will be forgiven and move on.
So says a Husband, Father, a Daddy, and a PaPa....Me.
That's kids ... Adults are a bit different, tho, when it comes to
blurting out hate.
So, are you saying that you know what all adults intend to say when they
say something? I can absolutely guarantee that you don't. Just
saying..............
But she's an expert on people, isn't she?

LOL
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Eagle
2012-04-02 21:01:31 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Post by Eagle
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things
she doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do
people incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word
hate has to be used in conjunction with that person is some public
context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
I think they do, at the time they said it. Anger will vent itself in
words that are intended to hurt the person they are angry with. With
Kids, they vent, and later come weeping to the one they said they
hated and beg forgiveness. Of course they will get that forgiveness,
and all will be forgiven and move on.
So says a Husband, Father, a Daddy, and a PaPa....Me.
That's kids ... Adults are a bit different, tho, when it comes to blurting
out hate.
VERY true! Us adults tend to hold on to that hate. Aardvarks hate for
me is a good example.
--
Eagle
Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you’ll ever
regret.
Aardvark
2012-04-02 23:00:58 UTC
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Aardvarks hate for me is a good example.
I don't hate you, monkey-boi. Who ever said I did?

Whoever it was, tell them from me that they're a sack of shit asshole of
a fucking liar.

As is anyone else who propagates that lie.
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Oldus Fartus
2012-04-02 23:13:28 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Oldus Fartus
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
I think they do, at the time they said it. Anger will vent itself in
words that are intended to hurt the person they are angry with. With
Kids, they vent, and later come weeping to the one they said they hated
and beg forgiveness. Of course they will get that forgiveness, and all
will be forgiven and move on.
I know what you are saying, but do disagree on one point, and that is
that sometimes (deliberate choice of word there) kids will mutter "I
hate you" under their breath, and it isn't to punish the person they are
arguing with, but an act of exasperation, to let the speaker "vent".
Yes, as a parent we could make a big thing of it, or we could just
ignore it, accepting that sometimes things are said in the heat of the
moment which are better unsaid, and it is counter productive to make a
big thing of it.
Post by Eagle
So says a Husband, Father, a Daddy, and a PaPa....Me.
Right back at ya :-)
--
Cheers
Oldus Fartus
Eagle
2012-04-02 23:45:07 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Oldus Fartus
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
I think they do, at the time they said it. Anger will vent itself in
words that are intended to hurt the person they are angry with. With
Kids, they vent, and later come weeping to the one they said they hated
and beg forgiveness. Of course they will get that forgiveness, and all
will be forgiven and move on.
I know what you are saying, but do disagree on one point, and that is that
sometimes (deliberate choice of word there) kids will mutter "I hate you"
under their breath, and it isn't to punish the person they are arguing with,
but an act of exasperation, to let the speaker "vent". Yes, as a parent we
could make a big thing of it, or we could just ignore it, accepting that
sometimes things are said in the heat of the moment which are better unsaid,
and it is counter productive to make a big thing of it.
Post by Eagle
So says a Husband, Father, a Daddy, and a PaPa....Me.
Right back at ya :-)
:D
--
Eagle
Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you’ll ever
regret.
Aardvark
2012-04-03 00:11:44 UTC
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Post by Oldus Fartus
I know what you are saying, but do disagree on one point, and that is
that sometimes (deliberate choice of word there) kids will mutter "I
hate you" under their breath, and it isn't to punish the person they are
arguing with, but an act of exasperation, to let the speaker "vent".
Yes, as a parent we could make a big thing of it, or we could just
ignore it, accepting that sometimes things are said in the heat of the
moment which are better unsaid, and it is counter productive to make a
big thing of it.
Fuck, if I had a quid for every time my daughter said (muttered or
otherwise) she hated me, I'd be as rich as Croesus, mate.

I wonder if she still does hate me. It would seem that, according to
Jenn's 'logic', my daughter, having muttered it once at the age of
fourteen, really did mean it then and she still must do now.

Fuck, mate- I'm totally shattered by that knowledge.

BTW- where do you think I should stick the sarcasm tags in there?
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Oldus Fartus
2012-04-03 01:23:39 UTC
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Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
I know what you are saying, but do disagree on one point, and that is
that sometimes (deliberate choice of word there) kids will mutter "I
hate you" under their breath, and it isn't to punish the person they are
arguing with, but an act of exasperation, to let the speaker "vent".
Yes, as a parent we could make a big thing of it, or we could just
ignore it, accepting that sometimes things are said in the heat of the
moment which are better unsaid, and it is counter productive to make a
big thing of it.
Fuck, if I had a quid for every time my daughter said (muttered or
otherwise) she hated me, I'd be as rich as Croesus, mate.
Funny you should mention that.

Yesterday evening when I dropped the "Brat Pack" back with their parents
I had a coffee and conversation with my daughter during which we
discussed this subject. She looked sheepish and admitted she had done
it during those awkward years surrounding puberty.

One case in point (and I didn't remember it) was one night when she was
13 I wouldn't allow her to go to a party which I thought was
inappropriate for her age. She said she had stormed into her room,
grabbed a school exercise book, and filled it with "I hate you!" before
falling asleep.

She said she panicked the next day at school when she thought she had
left the book where I could see it, and raced home at lunch time to
destroy it rather than hurt me.
Post by Aardvark
I wonder if she still does hate me. It would seem that, according to
Jenn's 'logic', my daughter, having muttered it once at the age of
fourteen, really did mean it then and she still must do now.
Fuck, mate- I'm totally shattered by that knowledge.
BTW- where do you think I should stick the sarcasm tags in there?
:-)
--
Cheers
Oldus Fartus
Aardvark
2012-04-02 22:30:51 UTC
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Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has to
be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt out
"I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
Apparently so, mate.

I wonder how many times her adolescent children came out with that
particular ejaculation.
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Eagle
2012-04-02 23:46:01 UTC
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Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has to
be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt out
"I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
Apparently so, mate.
I wonder how many times her adolescent children came out with that
particular ejaculation.
Bad choice of words, aardee...
--
Eagle
Friendship is like peeing your pants, everyone can see it, but only you
can feel the true warmth.
Aardvark
2012-04-02 23:58:36 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
Apparently so, mate.
I wonder how many times her adolescent children came out with that
particular ejaculation.
Bad choice of words, aardee...
Nope. A deliberate choice of words, monkey-boi. Not the most articulate
fucker in the world, are you?
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Eagle
2012-04-03 00:21:20 UTC
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Post by Aardvark
Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
Apparently so, mate.
I wonder how many times her adolescent children came out with that
particular ejaculation.
Bad choice of words, aardee...
Nope. A deliberate choice of words, monkey-boi. Not the most articulate
fucker in the world, are you?
Why "ejaculation"? I'm just a simple back woods Injun, so enlighten me
on your choice.
--
Eagle
I'm just someone who would sell their soul for attention, good
or bad.--aardvark
Aardvark
2012-04-03 00:25:37 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things
she doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do
people incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word
hate has to be used in conjunction with that person is some public
context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
Apparently so, mate.
I wonder how many times her adolescent children came out with that
particular ejaculation.
Bad choice of words, aardee...
Nope. A deliberate choice of words, monkey-boi. Not the most articulate
fucker in the world, are you?
Why "ejaculation"? I'm just a simple back woods Injun, so enlighten me
on your choice.
A word is a word is a word, monkey-boi.

DYOFDW
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
RonNNN
2012-04-03 00:25:47 UTC
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Post by Eagle
Post by Aardvark
Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has
to be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt
out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
Apparently so, mate.
I wonder how many times her adolescent children came out with that
particular ejaculation.
Bad choice of words, aardee...
Nope. A deliberate choice of words, monkey-boi. Not the most articulate
fucker in the world, are you?
Why "ejaculation"? I'm just a simple back woods Injun, so enlighten me on
your choice.
You know... it's what you do on Skype!
Aardvark
2012-04-03 00:33:33 UTC
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Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things
she doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do
people incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word
hate has to be used in conjunction with that person is some
public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they
blurt out "I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum,
that they actually mean it?
Apparently so, mate.
I wonder how many times her adolescent children came out with that
particular ejaculation.
Bad choice of words, aardee...
Nope. A deliberate choice of words, monkey-boi. Not the most
articulate fucker in the world, are you?
Why "ejaculation"? I'm just a simple back woods Injun, so enlighten me
on your choice.
You know... it's what you do on Skype!
"e·jac·u·late ( -j k y -l t ). v. e·jac·u·lat·ed, e·jac·u·lat·ing,
e·jac·u·lates. v.tr. 1. To eject or discharge abruptly"

What else could I have meant other than an explosive verbal expression,
Ron?

Seems not too many people are familiar with the concept of multiple
meanings of words depending on context- which, as everyone with a brain
cell or two to spare, knows is all-important in communication.

:-)
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Eagle
2012-04-03 01:15:56 UTC
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Post by Aardvark
Seems not too many people are familiar with the concept of multiple
meanings of words
ejaculation
To verbally exclaim in fright or joy.
He ejaculated right then in class when he heard who won the
presidential election.

Ejaculation
The one time a male says the words "I love you" and really means it.
While depositing an ejaculation into your partner the male screams with
authority... "I love you!"

Eye seeeee......
--
Eagle
Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you’ll ever
regret.
Oldus Fartus
2012-04-03 01:25:11 UTC
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Post by Oldus Fartus
Oh well, that remains your problem Jenn.
Words have a way of MEANING something! LOL I don't hate anyone,
therefore, I don't say that to anyone.
Are you telling me that Betty is in the habit of saying things she
doesn't mean?
I don't know little one. Ask Betty.
And here's a question that I've been wondering about. Why do people
incorrectly assume that in order to hate someone, the word hate has to
be used in conjunction with that person is some public context?
umm ... people usually blurt out what they mean ... If they blurt out
"I hate you", they probably "hate you".
Do you think if one of your kids says that in a temper tantrum, that
they actually mean it?
Apparently so, mate.
I wonder how many times her adolescent children came out with that
particular ejaculation.
How big is a bread box?
--
Cheers
Oldus Fartus
Jenn
2012-04-02 19:09:24 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In
between I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a
Grandfather twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to
me,then I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a rare
occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can only
remember it being said once.... and it was apologized for quite
quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
uh huh they did when they said it .. words mean something. People say what
they feel, but they also meant it when they recanted what they had
previously said and at that time they didn't hate me... they loved me!
Haven't heard them say anything but they love me since then. :D

--
Jenn
SeaNymph
2012-04-02 19:18:23 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In
between I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a
Grandfather twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to
me,then I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a rare
occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can only
remember it being said once.... and it was apologized for quite
quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
uh huh they did when they said it .. words mean something. People say what
they feel, but they also meant it when they recanted what they had
previously said and at that time they didn't hate me... they loved me!
Haven't heard them say anything but they love me since then. :D
--
Jenn
So, your kid did hate you. Fact is, you don't know anything about what
any other person, or child means when they say that. You can't. You
can believe whatever you like, but that doesn't make it fact.

Thanks for clarifying that you kid did hate you.
Aardvark
2012-04-02 22:48:09 UTC
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Post by Jenn
Post by Peter Foldes
Post by Jenn
Not me .. I might could buy a bag of popcorn at a movie theater...
my youngest is 22 and my oldest is 27.
So? My oldest is 37 since last week and the youngest is 8. In
between I have a 25 and a 16 yr old. and I might add I am also a
Grandfather twice over from my 37 year old.
I'm a grand mother of 2 .. a 3yo girl and a 6 mo boy.
Post by Peter Foldes
Like I said If I had a dollar everytime my kids said that to
me,then I would be rich
I wouldn't be rich because in 27 yrs of being a parent it was a rare
occasion that one of my kids said they hated me. I really can only
remember it being said once.... and it was apologized for quite
quickly.
So, according to you, your kid did hate you. Interesting.
uh huh they did when they said it .. words mean something. People say
what they feel, but they also meant it when they recanted what they had
previously said and at that time they didn't hate me... they loved me!
Haven't heard them say anything but they love me since then. :D
--
Jenn
So, your kid did hate you. Fact is, you don't know anything about what
any other person, or child means when they say that. You can't. You
can believe whatever you like, but that doesn't make it fact.
Thanks for clarifying that you kid did hate you.
Fuck!!!!

LOL.
--
"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
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