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To: anonsquared
Why should anyone have to bribe a person to do their job correctly?

Because 75% of their job is dealing with people like you?

146 posted on 01/07/2010 11:01:23 AM PST by gdani (I just want to be left on this block of ice...)
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To: gdani

>>Because 75% of their job is dealing with people like you? <<

LOLOLOL!!!!

Spot on!


153 posted on 01/07/2010 11:06:08 AM PST by netmilsmom (I am Ilk)
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To: anonsquared Why should anyone have to bribe a person to do their job correctly? Because 75% of their job is dealing with people like you? 146 posted on Thursday, January 07, 2010 12:01:23 PM by gdani

LOL

182 posted on 01/07/2010 11:22:51 AM PST by xone
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To: gdani; netmilsmom

Actually, they don’t deal with people like me because if you count the times I have eaten out in the last ten years on one hand, you would still have fingers left over.

I quit eating out because the food is lousy, the service stinks, and the atmosphere and cleanliness of most restaurants is abysmal at best.

I LOVE cooking and I grow my own food so everything is fresh, healthy, and not sprayed with insectisides. I buy prime meat from a neighbor whose livestock I can pet everyday over the fence. Learn to FEED yourself and you will learn to THINK for yourself.

“What we are up against in this country, in any attempt to invoke private responsibility, is that we have nearly destroyed private life. Our people have given up their independence in return for the cheap seductions and the shoddy merchandise of so-called “affluence.” We have delegated all our vital functions and responsibilities to salesmen and agents and bureaus and experts of all sorts. We cannot FEED or clothe ourselves, or entertain ourselves, or communicate with each other, or be charitable or neighborly or loving, or even respect ourselves, without recourse to a merchant or a corporation or a public-service organization or an agency of the government or a style-setter or an expert. Most of us cannot think of dissenting from the opinions or the actions of one organization without first forming a new organization. Individualism is going around these days in uniform, handing out the party line on individualism. Dissenters want to publish their personal opinions over a thousand signatures.” ~Wendell Berry


184 posted on 01/07/2010 11:24:06 AM PST by anonsquared
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