“I think your association with too many "liars"...I mean, Lawyers..has you too tense and majestic...alll those Capitals...all that space to write a few meaningless sentences. Have you gone to "McCollege"? Or do you just wear the clown suit?”
“Your over use of Capital leters denote insecurity and a need to be heard above all else. Please refrain from making any furthur comments; my eyes are NOT painted on and can not protect them from your wanton malace and hysteria.”
“I generally don't do draft upon draft when responding to a story on HP. But, i will take your advice and try to be the people pleaser you need me to be.”
ChickEpoo on Oct 14, 2013 at 23:22:20
RE: your statement:
" I am tired of your rantings, leave me be. I am not your spouse "
Actually......considering your personal attacks on ME.......
THAT statement should be coming from ME to you ........
But you DO tend to get things "twisted" assbackwards........
Don't forget the "original message"........the one that you
"loathed" to even consider.........
Good night and BYE BYE.”
ChickEpoo on Oct 14, 2013 at 18:42:25
RE: your post....er...personal insults.....(lol)
" I think your association with too many "liars"...I mean, Lawyers..has you........"
Aaaah......when someone has NOTHING to add to the conversation or they simply do not like ones' answers to their
questions.......it NEVER fails......
They resort to "personal insults"......such as you have done.
And is nothing more than reflective of someone whose
"intellectual capacity" was STUNTED in about 5th grade.
BUT..... I THANK YOU for allowing ALLLLL of the "reading
public" SEE......just how "juvenile and immature" you actually
WITH your entire response of nothing BUT "personal insults"......
While I'm sure you thought your response was "comical".....
It WAS.......however....NOT from the aspect YOU thought.
Oh welllll.......too bad for you.”
ChickEpoo on Oct 14, 2013 at 01:16:51
“FOR: " mindmeld01".....
RE: your statement:
" Your over use of Capital leters denote insecurity and a need to be heard above all else, "
LOL !!! I guess you dragged that out of the "mindmeld"
manual......it is certainly NOT in any other manual......
RE: your statement:
" Please refrain from making any furthur comments...."
And you are the "CEO" of WHAT global newspaper ??
My education and background are IN Law Enforcement and
One of the FIRST things I learned WAS..........
It's too bad you never learned the same thing. Some Prosecutor or Defense Attorney would have a "field day" with YOU on a witness stand.....and make you look "like the biggest fool that ever walked the earth"........
SOLELY because they could interpret YOUR statements MORE than "one way".......
Oh welllll......YOUR lesson to be "learned".....NOT mine. I
learned HOW to "clarify" statements "the first time spoken" 40 years ago.”
ChickEpoo on Oct 13, 2013 at 20:29:15
“RE: your statement:
" ......try to be the people pleaser you need me to be. " Hahahahaaa HHahahaaa !! I don't need NOR "care" that you BE "anything".....however..... IF your comment can be INTERPRETEDMORE than ONE way......it was worded badly to begin with......and if someone interprets it OTHER than HOW you intended it......OH WELL........”
“We see similarly large families in the Orthodox Jewish communites in NY, although 6 or 7 is generally the norm. They even have a town that was purchased for this very purpose by the then Grand Rebbi back in the late 50's I believe, Monsey, NY. The questions are asked as to whom is footing the bill? Why Uncle Sam of course through the usual, of welfare and food stamps. This particular husband and wife with 19 children have some fetish, compulsion and huge egos that demand attention, in order to be supermom and dad respectively. There's just not enough time in the day to attend to the emotional well being of each individual child for them to truly be happy. Over populating the world is also wrong, and they appear to be self centered arrogant, perhaps narcisitic, slightly simple charactures of some distant cryptic ideal of life. Take away the money and cameras and HP stories for awhile. Maybe they'll come up for air”
mindmeld01 on Oct 13, 2013 at 15:58:38
“If you read my comment correctly, you would see that I mentioned food stamps and welfare regarding the previous mentioned sect. Are your eyes painted on?”
liduvina77 on Oct 13, 2013 at 02:37:28
“If you watch the show you would know they are not on food stamps so UNCLE SAM IS NOT FOOTING THE BIll.”
Gabrielle Viking on Oct 13, 2013 at 01:56:10
“Mindmeld, true story, they're not on any government assistance. Nor have they ever been. They've always had a secure income big enough to feed 21 people.
Also, I don't feel they're narcissistic at all. I feel they love their children, and they're not parents of 20 newborns, their oldest children are all adults their oldest has two children of his own.
ChickEpoo on Oct 13, 2013 at 01:48:58
RE: your statement:
" The questions are asked as to whom is footing the bill? Why Uncle Sam of course through the usual, of welfare and food stamps. "
And YOU would be WRONG....... They are neither "welfare" NOR "food stamp"
“While I was in middle school back in the day, numerous parents even gave permission for teacher to 'smack" the kid if he was out of line or disrespectful. I am not a promoter of corporal punishment, but most of the students from my time either worked, went to college after graduation, started a business, got married and made a good life for themselves. They didn't have carpets, and "fuzzy" feel good stuff, centers and numerous class trips for "enrichment" either. we had text books, chaulk and talk, and rows of permanent screwed into the floor seats in our classrooms. We had classes that placed children appropriately by their schoilastic levels in reading and math, so as not to slow down the progress of more "astute" (ahem!) students, as opposed to all of this mixing of lower level kids with more advanced students within the classroom. This theory of the "smarter" kids rubbing off and benefiting the slower children is bogus, and it only complicates matters more. We can thank Teacher's College fro this brilliant strategy, who have that ALL children can learn, and that the blame goes on the teacher, no matter what developmental, emotional or problems in "learning" tyhese students have. Go back to the old ways. Put those with lower levels in a a 2 year tract, and don't judge and evaluate those teachers who always have a "stacked" deck otherwise.”
“I agree with some of what you say, but I have yet to see many kids "kicked out'. Bullying needs to be delt with in much more of a concrete and serious manner. The hapless victim has no recourse but to subject him or herself to countless verbal and physical attacks and "take" it. Those bullies need to be slapped around a bit and/or thrown in a youth confinement institution. Immediate entry into the armed forces at 18 too. Let them try that stuff with a Staff Sargeant. Maybe if Uncle Sam didn;t tell aspiring mothers that's it dandy to have children out of wedlock and that the government will be the dadyy, things wouldn;t be so bad.”
“Within our public school system, the parents are given all the power, and the teachers are subject to them. There are no consequences ultimately for bullying, bad behavior, mischievious conduct in all manner. Try as they may, the instructors hands are tied. The kids know it, and the parents are adverserial to the teachers, even geting annoyed with frequent calls to the house about these delicate matters. If you want to stop these attrocities, then suspension, perhaps even some form of youth incarceration, and/or hurting these parents in the pocketbook will get their attention.”
gingermae333 on Oct 12, 2013 at 09:04:02
“Yes, mindmeld01. Gone are the days when if a kid got in trouble in school, the parents sided with the teacher. The kid was reprimanded and/or punished by both teacher and parents.”
Mercgal on Oct 12, 2013 at 08:20:55
Artist E Hall on Oct 12, 2013 at 08:13:48
“They control the kids while they are in their care and they have rules of conduct and behavior and so what your saying is B/S. They kick kids out of school for bad behavior and they can control it if they want to. They want our dollars and the money the kids bring into the school and they have to keep them safe or they can't have our kids at all nor the dollars they would receive for our kids.”
“Well said! I sometimes think that it's a human condition, people becoming impatient and disatisfied with one another over time. I would say that these individuals look for faults or "imperfections" in their respective partners, in order to avoid looking too deeply into their own selves, for fear of turing up empty, with no true capacity for intimacy, love, or balance within their lives. What they do find, is anger, hostility, jealousy, envy, low self esteem and unresolved conflicts that make them who they really are. The quick fix is an affair or jumping into the arms of "strangers" who they know not, and vice versa. This way, they can be the borderline personalities that they truly are, or bipolar, morose, up and down all the time, thrill seekers, with the attention span of a knat. For those that are not in this category, and who are truly unhappy, doing the right thing and letting go, is the only antidote.”
“I think a majority of men like the opportunity to have "vairiety", and to savor the differences in the way one women behaves to the other, both sexualy and emotionally. I think a sense of humor is also a big factor, with spontaneity, adventure and mystery all in the heady mix. Overall, a man likes the idea of being able to leave when the night or afternoon is over, with both parties accepting of the reality as it is. He can't or doesn't want to leave his wife, so when he's home, he's off to the man cave or watching television, and deals with the "boss" and her needs for running the household and kids. Ideally, a man is best suited to being a bachelor, with his attitude, crankiness and likes and interests more than likely totally estranged from his spouses', or infidelity partner's. Prostitution proves the need for a man to indulge in an uncomplicated, immediate gratification sexual experience, paid for with no expectations nor questions asked. The argument regarding love and intimacy as an important and necessary factor has merit, but the "novelty'of any relationship can wear thin for a large portion of the male population. He goes along and does what a husband or good partner is supposed to do in an "adult" relationship, but it doesn't mean that he is content or happy about it. As Henry David Thoreau said, "Most men live their lives in quiet desparation", or something similar and close enough.”
ffjsb on Oct 6, 2013 at 12:52:54
“If you aren't too lazy to put some effort into your marriage, you can have a really fulfilling and exciting marriagel”