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« on: February 23, 2008, 10:32:16 PM »

Here we go, just say what's been going on with your life or just with the world in general that makes you mad, angry, cranky, hissy, or just plain ARGGGGGGGGHHHHH!!

People who say they'll beat you up but wont even punch you when you tell them to go ahead.  "Take the first punch," I would say.  "I will," they would say.  "Go ahead," I would say.  Then I had them trapped, I won, and I was off to my next adventure.
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« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2008, 11:55:41 AM »

Right now, parents who have no control over their kids.  These are usually the same parents that try to buy their kid's happiness and pump their kids with Ritalin if they aren't happy.  A little structure in a kid's life goes a long way. 
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« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2008, 12:11:48 PM »

the government.  state government is bad, especially here in massachusetts, but fedral governent because they can declare wars and print money.

I hate GOOD government too.  it jsut paves the way for the next idiot to take advantage of the good will to wreck more stuff.
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« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2008, 12:45:35 PM »

I get angry when people or organizations refuse to accept and/or admit responsibility for the consequences of their own actions. I also get angry when these same people waste time, energy and money in an attempt to find and punish a scapegoat instead of solving the problem they've created.
 
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« Reply #4 on: February 24, 2008, 07:20:21 PM »

Internet trolls... get a life people. 
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« Reply #5 on: February 24, 2008, 09:50:38 PM »

I'm an overnight baker.  Day employees show up an hour or so before I leave.  Sometimes, they take stuff out of the oven before it's ready, or turn the oven off and leave things in it to burn.

BAKING IS MY JOB!  DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE OVEN IF IT'S BEEPING!  If the oven is beeping, I'LL GET IT!  DON'T TOUCH IT WHEN I'M AROUND!
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« Reply #6 on: February 24, 2008, 11:00:38 PM »

Hooray for Darksider!!  Especially the parents who say their kids aren't misbehaving "their just expressing themselves,"  well guess what, I'm ready to "express myself" all over your front porch!  As for Ed if internet trolls are those people who go onto a reply board for a game on a website or a youtube video and post the same reply 50 times as if that'll get it read more, then I agree with you 100%.
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« Reply #7 on: February 24, 2008, 11:17:55 PM »

Okay now you've opened a can of worms  *lol*

Let me see.....in no particular order:

1.  Co workers who bludge around and do nothing all day while I'm busy as all crap. Thankfully that doesn't happen that often these days.

2.  Parents who don't control their kids and then get mad when you tell the kid off.  That doesn't stop me from voicing my opinion.  The funniest thing is having a spaz at the kid and then when he turns to his parent for back up, I spaz at the parent.  The kid's eyes nearly bug out of their heads  *lol*  No matter how nasty the parent is, I have this amazing ability to freak out right iat them and they get all frightened and take off.

3.  People who push in front of you in a crowded line.

4.  People who don't wear anti perspirant in summer.  Everyone who lives here knows we get hot humid summers.  We are famous for it.  We're a sub tropical climate for corn's sake.  On Saturday it was 40C (104F) degrees and Sunday was 31C (87F).  So don't tell me you didn't know.  I don't care what culture you come from, use goddamned anti perspirant or stay at home and stink up your own house to your heart's content      Hatred

5.  Smokers who look daggers at you when they blow smoke in your direction and you fan the cloud of stink away from your face.  Wankers.  Go kill yourself in your own space.

6.  "Homeless" people who accost me for money or beg me to buy their lame arse magazine and then the next day you see them with mobile phones, cigarettes and other high cost items that I can't afford and I'm working full time.  One guy even had an electric guitar with a small amplifier and he had a sign asking for money!!!   Buggedout

7.  Those charity people who yell at you to stop and give them "just five minutes of your time".  p**s off.  If I want to give to charity, I'll send a cheque to the head office.  I have the right to walk down the street unmolested and unaccosted and I don't appreciate you hounding me and then giving me "the look" when I tell you no thanks.  If the charity stopped paying your wages, more of my money would go to the people who need it and there'd be no need for your stupid arse haranging me.


8.  Dickheads in small "girly" cars who have their rap turned up so high, the bass beat  hurts your chest from across the road.  

9.  In this day of high speed internet access (especially here at work), it really irks me when you're typing and you're about 20 words ahead of what's showing on screen.  That's been happening here a lot lately.  And all those overpaid llazy arses in IT can say is either, "we're working on it" or "after this system upgrade, things will get better" (they never do) or my favourite "I don't know what's causing that, everything should be working fine.  Are you sure you're <insert random task you should be doing that has nothing to do with anything>"

10.  When my stupid Gemini sister (the one I don't speak to anymore) does something monumentally nasty and and hurtful to me and then when I have a go at her, she says "oh, Michelle, don't be like that!"   Hatred

Okay, I should stop at ten, otherwise I'll be here all day.  *lol*
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« Reply #8 on: February 24, 2008, 11:22:28 PM »

ISLAMO-FASCISTS!!!!!  hot hot hot hot  Not your typical, peace-loving Muslim who just wants to do his job, earn a check, and pray to Allah, but these fanatical hotheads who stone women for letting their faces go uncovered and protest, when someone comments on Islam's violent history, by shooting nuns and torching Christian schools to prove how nonviolent they are.   The world would be a better place of their heads all simultaneously exploded!
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« Reply #9 on: February 25, 2008, 12:19:17 AM »

1. Parents who cannot or refuse to control their children, especially at restaurants and movie theaters. I didn't pay good money to sit here and listen to your kid scream while he runs around out of control! Hatred

2. Self absorbed drivers who are utterly unaware of what is transpiring around them. They drag their ass in the fast lane, pull out in front of oncoming traffic without bothering to take into account the speed of that oncoming traffic and zone out at traffic lights, thus making others miss the light because they cannot pay attention. Hatred

3. The inability for so many people to take personal responsibility for their choices and actions. It seems like in today's society nothing is ever anyone's fault. It is always a result of a traumatic childhood or exploitation by capitalist businesses or some other crybaby excuse. No one forced you to have sex, so deal with the unwanted pregnancy. No one put a gun to your head and made you eat Big Macs all day, so don't blame Ronald McDonald cuz you're fat. You know damn well that cigarettes are not healthy, so you have no one to blame but yourself for that lung cancer. GAH!! Hatred

4. The need to coddle children in our society and never let them feel bad about anything. UGH! The way everyone gets a ribbon or medal in a competition or how no one gets an "F" despite obviously failing a subject or even the need to force kids to wear combat armor in order to ride their freakin' bikes. All this does is create a generation of losers who think things in life will be handed to them and that they don't have to work hard. Kids need to feel bad about losing or failing. It's what makes them get up and try harder next time. They need to fall down and scrape their knees, then next time they will know to be more careful. Hatred

5. Political correctness. It can bite my shiny metal ass. Hatred

6. Religious nuts, from any religion. Fine, you have your faith. I can respect that, but quit trying to tell me how to live my life. Hatred
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« Reply #10 on: February 25, 2008, 07:39:51 AM »

Time Murderers.  This is a concept that I heard Henry Rollins talking about in one of his stand up routines.  It's basic concept is that we live very short lives.  All we have is time on this earth and not a single second of it do you get back when its over. 

So, when that idiot in front of you takes an extra two minutes of your time while you wait, they are murdering you just a little.  Little bits of time of your life gets stripped away because someone can't figure simple sh*t out.  I've always felt this way when I'm at;

1.) At self checkouts, ATMs, automated postal machines.  I always get stuck behind the moron who makes something as pointing and pressing a screen rocket science.  If they don't know what they're doing, they should come back to the store at later hours to practice.  Let the smart people blow by you in a speedy method.

2.) Driving.  I read somewhere recently you spend 2 weeks waiting in traffic in a lifetime. This is re-god@mn-diculous I can get through any curve without slowing down to below 55, why can't everyone else. 

3.) The idiots in drive thrus that can't get off their @ss to walk in to order everything off the menu.  Nothing I hate more than when I order a simple chicken sandwich and the guy in front of me makes me wait 5 extra minutes because he has 3 bags worth of crap.  There is a reason people like this are fat. 

And so on...theres many more examples...

Aside that I hate Christmas.  I've already stated why in another post.  I also hate the Oscars.  I was reminded this morning why I don't watch it.  I'd rather not honor artsy fartsy films that I'm never going to want to see.  I'd rather watch the crap I'm used to seeing. 
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« Reply #11 on: February 25, 2008, 01:07:17 PM »

I feel the need to point this out and I will probably be quite unpopular because of it but anyway...

I understand the comments about people who can't control their kids, I really do BUT...in some cases, it is more than just the parents being bad parents.

My GF has an autistic child...he is 5 years old and is the cutest thing you've ever seen. By all accounts, he looks like any other kid as in you can't tell just by looking at him that there is anything wrong at all. However, there are times that due to his "condition" he will act out and look like an uncontrollable child. When an autistic child has their episode, there is little you can do with it. Threatening them, smacking them, yelling at them...it does no good and it's not something that you should be doing to a child who isn't in control of their own actions.

My GF has had extensive learning with her child and she is the best mother I have ever seen. She takes great pride in both of her children and cares about them more than anything else. She took the time to learn through reading and speaking with experts on autism.

There are a few things you can do to help quiet an autistic child that has an episode but pretty much, until that episode passes on its own, it's going to happen. Unfortunately, to most people that aren't aware, it looks like she is just letting the child do what he wants and have a fit and that disturbs her because her and her boy are being judged by people that have no clue.

All I'm saying is that next time you see an "unruly" child...stop and think...just because the child doesn't look like they have anything wrong with them doesn't mean anything. Sure, there are plenty of kids that are unruly with terrible parents...my nieces and nephews are all like that...but keep in mind, not all kids are unruly because the parents suck or because the child is just an ass.
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« Reply #12 on: February 25, 2008, 01:38:27 PM »


 that disturbs her because her and her boy are being judged by people that have no clue.


Very good point.  Most judgementalism is like this - made by people that have no clue.

Many folks that complain about unruly children don't have children; there is some saying I seem to remember about walking a mile in someone's shoes before setting them up for judgement.  Those folks also often seem to forget they are generally seeing but a tiny snapshot into the child's behavior and the parental response to that behavior.  It's also easy to forget that in this day and age, how you interact with your children in public is under constant scrutiny - around every corner is someone ready to call the cops.

Quick anecdote to burn some karma and illustrate how screwed up this can be.  995 times out of 1000, my daughter is extremely well behaved in public places.  In fact, we've had people in restaurants come to us and apologize for thinking "oh know" when they saw us sit down - then thanking us for how quiet and well mannered they are.  But, there are those 5 times in 1000.

We were in a store in Colorado a year or two ago and my daughter wanted to try on some socks (she did not need socks and that's not what we were in there for).  I told her "no" and so she pitched a whopper of a tantrum.  I did this to my Mom in a store when I was about the same age, so this is part of the great turning of the Tao I guess.

Anyway, she was screaming bloody murder and probably throwing out some choice "I hate you" type comments.  The ONLY 'discipline' she had received was being told "no" to "can I try on some socks."

In addition to the dire looks from other customers, the store's Rent-A-Cop came moseying over to snoop around.  I've worked in Law Enforcement long enough to know how to read certain body language in potentially confrontational situations, and I could tell she was looking to bust my butt for child abuse.  She came over there just convinced I was hurting my daughter.  She never said a word, and she did back off a little bit when I gave her a little body language signalling of my own - but the whole time we were in the store, she stayed near us. Her sereptitious looks around display cases served only to p**s me off even more, and it was only at the request of my wife that a direct challenge was not offered.

So, what do you do?  I let her fuss that day until we were ready to go (which really was not that long anyway).  I figured, why feed into her crap and give her the message that that is how she'll get attention?  Besides, if I had done ANYTHING to give that Guard chick an excuse, I'm sure I would have been going downtown.  I guess I should be sorry if I subjected less than 20 people to some crying for less than five minutes.  But I'll raise my daughter the way I see fit, so I'm NOT sorry that I tried to teach her a bigger lesson in that the id doesn't always have to be served.

Food for thought....
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« Reply #13 on: February 25, 2008, 01:49:20 PM »

Thank you Ulthar for backing up what I was saying in a round about way.
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« Reply #14 on: February 25, 2008, 04:13:06 PM »

Odin and Ulthar.  Indeed there are children who misbehave and/or may have a condition like autism. I completely understand where you're coming from.  I myself am a father and my son has had his moments per se in stores and whatnot.  That is when I quickly remove him from the store or take him in the back to calm him down.

Speaking on behalf of myself and my comments, I am referring to parents that go out of their way to buy their kid's happiness.  Aka, parents who fuel bad behavior.  For example, I've seen so many parents say to kids "we're not getting anything" and when the kid tantrums they go right ahead and buy it to shut them up.  Its simply wrong IMHO and I see it all the time.  My wife has an aunt who does this and her kids are completely unappreciative and out of control.   Example, my son recently had a birthday party and her daughter kept stealing the spotlight opening his presents.  The whole f'n time I kept wondering if this aunt was going to do a damn thing about it.  Nope...and if I would have interferred I would have been labeled the d*ck. The kicker for me is this aunt wonders WHY her kids are little brats!!!

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I'm with Shadow on this one for a few reasons.  Before being a parent, my wife and I would save one day every few weeks to go out to eat.  We didn't have a whole bunch of money so although we would be eating at Ruby Tuesday, it was a big deal and our time out.  I can't count how many times this was ruined by a screaming kid.  That and movies ruined by people who drag their kid to an "R" rated film.  These are the parents I can't figure out.

In closing, I respect your opinions and they are well formed.  However, I can see where the others are coming from in this situation. 
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