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Kartessa


Jul 28, 2011, 3:37 PM
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About leaving topropes hanging, let me explain my hostility and anger:

I have 2 driveways at home, one is at the front of the house, can hold 4 cars, and the second is on the side. This side driveway shares an access with the local water tower like so;



Behind said water tower there is a big soccer field, park, forrest, conservation area, just a big public space that people love to use, including myself.

There's a sign that says "no parking" in this access driveway so that park users know to park on the street, 20ft away, and most people are good about it.

Except soccer moms.

Every fucking night I get home from work to find my driveway blocked by some minivan, because the driver was too ignorant to give a fuck about the sign or my access to my own space.



I've left notes on windshields: friendly ones - "Hey, I can't get into my driveway, please park on the road next time :)", less-friendly ones - "Thank you for blocking access once again, the next time I'm calling the bylaw office", and angry ones - "Move your fucking car or I will have it towed".

I'm now at the point where I want to slash tires.

But why not park in my main driveway you ask? Well, let me answer that for you! My dad comes home 2 hours before me and parks on the left side of the drive, my mother an hour before me and parks on the right. We also leave the house in the same order. If I want to park in the main driveway, I need to drag someone out so we can play car-shuffle every night. Nothing painful, just inconvenient.

A few times, I parked on the street... and got a ticket. Another time I parked behind the offending minivan... and got a ticket - they didn't. I called the city to have them ticketed, they take up to 4 hours to come up, and by then, soccer mom is gone and I'm in bed so I don't care anymore.

No, the most effective way to deal with it is to call the local towing company. They will come and haul the car away at no charge to myself, and they will kindly deposit it at the local impound where it is strictly the problem of the minivan owner.

So how does this become a climbing post?

When I go to the local crag and see 5 topropes set up and nobody on them, it's like leaving your car in front of my driveway.

I can't safely or conveniently access the route when your rope is there. I can try to climb around it, like I could drive across my lawn to get to my driveway, but why should I?

If you don't have the common sense or consideration to pull your rope before walking away, I'm going to do it for you.

Just like I feel oh-so-tempted to key the minivan or slash the tires, I want to slice the rope in half. Maybe if you had to replace a few tires, or a few ropes, you wouldn't leave your shit lying around like you own the place.

Now to be clear, I'm not asking for advice on how to handle either situation, I don't give a shit about what you think I should do. This is just to explain my position on such a matter.

If you're hanging out in S. Ontario, you leave a cluster-fuck of ropes hanging all over a bunch of routes in a reasonably popular climbing area, walk away, and I come across it... I'll ask around to see who it belongs to, maybe say "don't be a douche" and leave it at that. But don't be surprised to find it in a knotted heap at the bottom of the cliff, with a little note that says "with love". Don't ask "Why is my rope in the mud instead of hung up after I left it for 3 hours?", you know why.


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Kartessa wrote:
Just like I feel oh-so-tempted to key the minivan or slash the tires, I want to slice the rope in half... I'm not asking for advice on how to handle either situation, I don't give a shit about what you think I should do... don't be surprised to find it in a knotted heap at the bottom of the cliff, with a little note that says "with love"
Ewe no, I think you mite be a fukking jeanyus.


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Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .


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JoeHamilton wrote:
Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?


Kartessa


Jul 28, 2011, 3:57 PM
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Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?

STFU... thats what!


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Kartessa wrote:
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Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?
Could you remind us?


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Jul 28, 2011, 3:59 PM
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Easy then don't rant and leave a link to the rant . HELLO, it's not your personal diary.


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Too fast for me Unsure


Kartessa


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Joe,

Let me say it in colour so you better understand:




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I think this post is FANTASTIC!!!


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Jul 28, 2011, 4:13 PM
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JoeHamilton wrote:
Easy then don't rant and leave a link to the rant . HELLO, it's not your personal diary.

But I thought it was all about Kartessa?


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erisspirit wrote:
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Easy then don't rant and leave a link to the rant . HELLO, it's not your personal diary.

But I thought it was all about Kartessa?

Finally! Someone who gets it!


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Jul 28, 2011, 4:19 PM
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Kartessa wrote:





These images have not properly been majidified. I don't understand them. You need more arrows and some fake rocks.

Also, you may be the queen of your driveway but you aren't the queen of the crag. That is, unless you own a tiara. Then carry on with proper destruction.


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Who needs a tiara when you have a c-130 Hercules?



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Jul 28, 2011, 5:20 PM
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Explain how I can type in a lower volume so not to disturb you.



Stfu. Implies shut the f up right?


It was clearly pointed out we are not talking, but writeing, I'm confused again.


Is it possible shut the type up?


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JoeHamilton wrote:
Explain how I can type in a lower volume so not to disturb you.



Stfu. Implies shut the f up right?


It was clearly pointed out we are not talking, but writeing, I'm confused again.


Is it possible shut the type up?

You're loosing badly.


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Great Majid drawing!


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Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?

You thought you could post on the internet, not to mention rc.com, and not get suggestions or advice? Oh my.


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dagibbs wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?

You thought you could post on the internet, not to mention rc.com, and not get suggestions or advice? Oh my.

Think of it as a disclaimer... Those who insist on offering unsolicited advice can suck my big, fat, throbbing forearm.


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Kartessa wrote:
dagibbs wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?

You thought you could post on the internet, not to mention rc.com, and not get suggestions or advice? Oh my.

Think of it as a disclaimer... Those who insist on offering unsolicited advice can suck my big, fat, throbbing forearm.
But, but, but, i have sooooooo many ideas what you could do!
Please, please please let me tell you!

also, i have a forearm fetish!

qwert


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Kartessa wrote:
dagibbs wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?

You thought you could post on the internet, not to mention rc.com, and not get suggestions or advice? Oh my.

Think of it as a disclaimer... Those who insist on offering unsolicited advice can suck my big, fat, throbbing forearm.

Considering the number of sick, twisted, devious minds that post here, you are missing an opportunity to solve your problem and have fun with it.


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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
dagibbs wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?

You thought you could post on the internet, not to mention rc.com, and not get suggestions or advice? Oh my.

Think of it as a disclaimer... Those who insist on offering unsolicited advice can suck my big, fat, throbbing forearm.

Considering the number of sick, twisted, devious minds that post here, you are missing an opportunity to solve your problem and have fun with it.


I dont need anybody's help in being sick, twisted or devious... I'm plenty messed up on my own.


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Kartessa wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
dagibbs wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?

You thought you could post on the internet, not to mention rc.com, and not get suggestions or advice? Oh my.

Think of it as a disclaimer... Those who insist on offering unsolicited advice can suck my big, fat, throbbing forearm.

Considering the number of sick, twisted, devious minds that post here, you are missing an opportunity to solve your problem and have fun with it.


I dont need anybody's help in being sick, twisted or devious... I'm plenty messed up on my own.

In that case, I pity your son and the numerous undiagnosed psychoses he is to suffer from.


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chadnsc wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
dagibbs wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?

You thought you could post on the internet, not to mention rc.com, and not get suggestions or advice? Oh my.

Think of it as a disclaimer... Those who insist on offering unsolicited advice can suck my big, fat, throbbing forearm.

Considering the number of sick, twisted, devious minds that post here, you are missing an opportunity to solve your problem and have fun with it.


I dont need anybody's help in being sick, twisted or devious... I'm plenty messed up on my own.

In that case, I pity your son and the numerous undiagnosed psychoses he is to suffer from.

Chad, don't you start with me too!


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chadnsc wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
dagibbs wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?

You thought you could post on the internet, not to mention rc.com, and not get suggestions or advice? Oh my.

Think of it as a disclaimer... Those who insist on offering unsolicited advice can suck my big, fat, throbbing forearm.

Considering the number of sick, twisted, devious minds that post here, you are missing an opportunity to solve your problem and have fun with it.


I dont need anybody's help in being sick, twisted or devious... I'm plenty messed up on my own.

In that case, I pity your son and the numerous undiagnosed psychoses he is to suffer from.

no reason to bring in family


not funny at all


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macherry wrote:
no reason to bring in family


not funny at all


You're right... I dont get why people always have to get personal.


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Kartessa wrote:
macherry wrote:
no reason to bring in family


not funny at all


You're right... I dont get why people always have to get personal.

Not all people make it personal, just because what's his name did, you know, that guy, the one with the tiny, um, name.


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no reason to bring in family


not funny at all


You're right... I dont get why people always have to get personal.
Chad is all about personal.


Hey Chad, how is crazypetie doing? Is he out of house arrest yet? LaughLaughLaugh


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I think I am seeing a pattern in this site . So I have a question, Do some of these people get their feelings hurt ,get in arguments ,get hurt , then make new accounts to make a new name and then be jerks just because they can . If so that's more childish then in the beginning of it all .


oh yeah ,leave peoples family and personal life out of it unless they bring them into it themselves with questions regarding climbing.


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I think a backhand is more like throwing a frisbee or swinging a baseball bat. A forehand shot is not nearly so natural, so where does it get it's power from? The wrist snap. You can take that to the bank.


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climber49er wrote:
I think a backhand is more like throwing a frisbee or swinging a baseball bat. A forehand shot is not nearly so natural, so where does it get it's power from? The wrist snap. You can take that to the bank.

Power comes from using the the larger muscles (glutes and abs). Usually a "bitch slap" is done with feet square to the slapee and little to no twist of the body. If you get too much power into a slap you risk a wrist injury.


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Guns work so much better.


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When I was a little boy, my dad worked at the airport. There was a secuity guard named Jack there. My Dad was adamant that I always say "Hello" to jack, never "Hi".


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JoeHamilton wrote:
Easy then don't rant and leave a link to the rant . HELLO, it's not your personal diary.

Incorrect. Many of us do not have twitter accounts or blogs, so we post it all here.

My suggestion would be to not read posts like the one in question. I didn't.


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notapplicable wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Easy then don't rant and leave a link to the rant . HELLO, it's not your personal diary.

Incorrect. Many of us do not have twitter accounts or blogs, so we post it all here.

My suggestion would be to not read posts like the one in question. I didn't.
Yeah, but it's a well known and documented fact that you are an asshole.


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sungam wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Easy then don't rant and leave a link to the rant . HELLO, it's not your personal diary.

Incorrect. Many of us do not have twitter accounts or blogs, so we post it all here.

My suggestion would be to not read posts like the one in question. I didn't.
Yeah, but it's a well known and documented fact that you are an asshole.

Slander and lies! Everyone knows the camera internet adds 10lbs%


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notapplicable wrote:
sungam wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Easy then don't rant and leave a link to the rant . HELLO, it's not your personal diary.

Incorrect. Many of us do not have twitter accounts or blogs, so we post it all here.

My suggestion would be to not read posts like the one in question. I didn't.
Yeah, but it's a well known and documented fact that you are an asshole.

Slander and lies! Everyone knows the camera internet adds 10lbs%

And the knob magnifies that tenfold.


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Just eat some bacon already.


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Just eat some bacon already.

Don't tell me what to do.


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lol, I didn't tell you anything, I wrote a note. lolWink


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sungam wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
macherry wrote:
no reason to bring in family


not funny at all


You're right... I dont get why people always have to get personal.
Chad is all about personal.


Hey Chad, how is crazypetie doing? Is he out of house arrest yet? LaughLaughLaugh

Who the hell is crazypetie?


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When I was a little boy, my dad worked at the airport. There was a secuity guard named Jack there. My Dad was adamant that I always say "Hello" to jack, never "Hi".

Hi, Jack


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I personally would have used my jeep and shoved the minivan out of my way.
Kartessa I recomend a tow strap and a big 4x4 truck. If your car or what ever you drive is not big enough to move soccer morons minivan than molitove coctail will allow you to remove extra weight until your car can move the reduced mnivan. Either way soccer moron will get the message.


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jeepnphreak wrote:
I personally would have used my jeep and shoved the minivan out of my way.
Kartessa I recomend a tow strap and a big 4x4 truck. If your car or what ever you drive is not big enough to move soccer morons minivan than molitove coctail will allow you to remove extra weight until your car can move the reduced mnivan. Either way soccer moron will get the message.

You are so lucky you live in Montana


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I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.


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I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

I don't see how your ignorance is that funny.


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I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.


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cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!


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cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

Actually, I'm allowed out til 10.


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caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


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Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.


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caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.

Then stay out of my thread.


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Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.

Then stay out of my thread.

This ain't your driveway. I'll park where I want.


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caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.

Then stay out of my thread.

This ain't your driveway. I'll park where I want.

Then I'll have your ass towed...

Where's WW when you need her?


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Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.

Then stay out of my thread.

This ain't your driveway. I'll park where I want.

Then I'll have your ass towed...

Where's WW when you need her?

Eating a heaping helping of your grandma's casserole.

OH SNAP!!!


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Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.

Then stay out of my thread.

This ain't your driveway. I'll park where I want.

Then I'll have your ass towed...

Where's WW when you need her?


Ass "towed?" "Park in my driveway?"

Is this thread a euphemism for something?


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edge wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.

Then stay out of my thread.

This ain't your driveway. I'll park where I want.

Then I'll have your ass towed...

Where's WW when you need her?


Ass "towed?" "Park in my driveway?"

Is this thread a euphemism for something?

It could be... who's asking?


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Kartessa wrote:
edge wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.

Then stay out of my thread.

This ain't your driveway. I'll park where I want.

Then I'll have your ass towed...

Where's WW when you need her?


Ass "towed?" "Park in my driveway?"

Is this thread a euphemism for something?

It could be... who's asking?

A stretch limo owner. Angelic


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edge wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
edge wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.

Then stay out of my thread.

This ain't your driveway. I'll park where I want.

Then I'll have your ass towed...

Where's WW when you need her?


Ass "towed?" "Park in my driveway?"

Is this thread a euphemism for something?

It could be... who's asking?

A stretch limo owner. Angelic

I didn't know Ledge was black.


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Bacon, crispy sizzling bacon, it is so good, if I can park here I'll make ya some. Bacon bacon bacon yummy greasy bacon. Oh need a smoke after eating a few slices of bacon.


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JoeHamilton wrote:
Bacon, crispy sizzling bacon, it is so good, if I can park here I'll make ya some. Bacon bacon bacon yummy greasy bacon. Oh need a smoke after eating a few slices of bacon.

Get out or I'll have you deported


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I have a green card. And a passport too.


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Also a few pounds of bacon,


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I have a green card. And a passport too.

Don't mean you're welcome here


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caughtinside wrote:
edge wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
edge wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.

Then stay out of my thread.

This ain't your driveway. I'll park where I want.

Then I'll have your ass towed...

Where's WW when you need her?


Ass "towed?" "Park in my driveway?"

Is this thread a euphemism for something?

It could be... who's asking?

A stretch limo owner. Angelic

I didn't know Ledge was black.

I think I belong to the same Baptist church as Diphthong.


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I joined, and I am here. Stop, breath, and think. Maybe, just maybe if stop throwing stones, none will be thrown back. It's just a thought, or you could go eat your troubles away with some nice crispy bacon, on a cheeseburger, with lettuce and tomato so the guilt doesn't hurt too much.


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cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.


I miss living with my parents. ahh meals, room and board, TV, the only thing it cost was a few minutes of chores. I miss those days.


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Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
cfnubbler wrote:
I think it's really funny that she still lives with her parents.

In many cultures, multi-generational households are common.

In suburban Ontario? If you say so. At least you still get an allowance, I bet, huh? As long as you're home by 8:30 each evening I mean, of course.

I bet her mom has dinner on the table when she gets home and has to deal with that parking situation. If my casserole gets cold I'm going to be pissed!!

Can't you read? Multi-generational family... My GRANDMA makes dinner.


I kind of skimmed your rant because it was lame and bitchy... so you're saying there are 4 generations of you living there?

That sounds like hell.

Then stay out of my thread.

This ain't your driveway. I'll park where I want.

Then I'll have your ass towed...

Where's WW when you need her?

you cannot whine to the greenie


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I joined, and I am here. Stop, breath, and think. Maybe, just maybe if stop throwing stones, none will be thrown back. It's just a thought, or you could go eat your troubles away with some nice crispy bacon, on a cheeseburger, with lettuce and tomato so the guilt doesn't hurt too much.

You're the one tossing stones around. Oddly enough you're only tossing them at Kartessa. Creepy Stalker.


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JoeHamilton wrote:
I joined, and I am here. Stop, breath, and think. Maybe, just maybe if stop throwing stones, none will be thrown back. It's just a thought, or you could go eat your troubles away with some nice crispy bacon, on a cheeseburger, with lettuce and tomato so the guilt doesn't hurt too much.

You're the one tossing stones around. Oddly enough you're only tossing them at Kartessa. Creepy Stalker.

mr. pot meet mr. kettle


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macherry wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
I joined, and I am here. Stop, breath, and think. Maybe, just maybe if stop throwing stones, none will be thrown back. It's just a thought, or you could go eat your troubles away with some nice crispy bacon, on a cheeseburger, with lettuce and tomato so the guilt doesn't hurt too much.

You're the one tossing stones around. Oddly enough you're only tossing them at Kartessa. Creepy Stalker.

mr. pot meet mr. kettle

I was just doing the job you wouldn't / couldn't do. Wink


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chadnsc wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
I joined, and I am here. Stop, breath, and think. Maybe, just maybe if stop throwing stones, none will be thrown back. It's just a thought, or you could go eat your troubles away with some nice crispy bacon, on a cheeseburger, with lettuce and tomato so the guilt doesn't hurt too much.

You're the one tossing stones around. Oddly enough you're only tossing them at Kartessa. Creepy Stalker.

Its fun seeing the same 3 snipes over and over and over and over... God forbid he get creative.

I won't give it too long before he starts calling me a bad mother.


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Kartessa wrote:
chadnsc wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
I joined, and I am here. Stop, breath, and think. Maybe, just maybe if stop throwing stones, none will be thrown back. It's just a thought, or you could go eat your troubles away with some nice crispy bacon, on a cheeseburger, with lettuce and tomato so the guilt doesn't hurt too much.

You're the one tossing stones around. Oddly enough you're only tossing them at Kartessa. Creepy Stalker.

Its fun seeing the same 3 snipes over and over and over and over... God forbid he get creative.

I won't give it too long before he starts calling me a bad mother.


Hey Joe keeps following you around and Ma was nice enough to point out his stalking elsewhere on this site.

I wouldn't say you're a bad mother (nor would I call you one) as I've never met you or your son in person. I do think family gatherings at your mom and dad's would be entertaining though. Tongue


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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
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Driveway, buy a tow strap and put them on the street .

What did I say about suggestions or advice?

You thought you could post on the internet, not to mention rc.com, and not get suggestions or advice? Oh my.

Think of it as a disclaimer... Those who insist on offering unsolicited advice can suck my big, fat, throbbing forearm.

Considering the number of sick, twisted, devious minds that post here, you are missing an opportunity to solve your problem and have fun with it.


I dont need anybody's help in being sick, twisted or devious... I'm plenty messed up on my own.

In that case, I pity your son and the numerous undiagnosed psychoses he is to suffer from.


gee chad, did you forget this post


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Really? Read it as you wish, go to page one and you can see who threw the first stone.


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You seem hung up on judgement issues. I would never call a mother a bad mother. I have a mother, and a daughter, who has a mother. A good mother does her job as a mother to the best of her ability. When a person has an opinion of difference, name calling is the least productive action any person can make. It's also childish, and just mean. Lack of creativity is intentional here, it was done on purpose to not get into name calling. Or pass judgement on you living conditions.


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Great thread. I'll bet Kartessa is a strict disciplinarian in real life:-) .

That isn't a complaint ma'am. Blush

Sly


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Great thread. I'll bet Kartessa is a strict disciplinarian in real life:-) .

That isn't a complaint ma'am. Blush

Sly

Excuse me!?


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Excuse me!?

LOL! See?! Laugh


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There is another solution that I have used successfully once. After a final exam in college, I returned to my car to see someone had blocked me in. Fuming for a few minutes, an idea occurred to me. Could I somehow slide this car out of the way? I got motor oil out of my car and slathered it on the wheels of the car blocking me and simply bumped it aside with my hip. No damage to the car and I was out of there.

Now you on the other hand could enlist a few friends and just do the same thing to these cars blocking your driveway. Plus, it will be fun.


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Or I could pour Drano in the gas tank.


JoeHamilton


Aug 13, 2011, 10:04 AM
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Kartessa wrote:
Or I could pour Drano in the gas tank.



you might end up with a chemical reaction.

try candles and chicken bones.


Kartessa


Aug 13, 2011, 1:15 PM
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JoeHamilton wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Or I could pour Drano in the gas tank.



you might end up with a chemical reaction.

try candles and chicken bones.

My friend did it to her (now ex) boyfriend when she caught him spending the night at another chick's house. Nothing crazy except it corroded the shit out of his engine and he was out $6k to replace it, the fuel tank, the lines and filter.


caughtinside


Aug 13, 2011, 1:55 PM
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JoeHamilton wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Or I could pour Drano in the gas tank.



you might end up with a chemical reaction.

try candles and chicken bones.


Car vandalism is not Manly. You just don't fuck with another mans vehicle.


Kartessa


Aug 13, 2011, 1:58 PM
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caughtinside wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Or I could pour Drano in the gas tank.



you might end up with a chemical reaction.

try candles and chicken bones.


Car vandalism is not Manly. You just don't fuck with another mans vehicle.

Luckily I don't have the balls.


caughtinside


Aug 13, 2011, 2:15 PM
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Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Or I could pour Drano in the gas tank.



you might end up with a chemical reaction.

try candles and chicken bones.


Car vandalism is not Manly. You just don't fuck with another mans vehicle.

Luckily I don't have the balls.

It is true the Rules are different for women, which was why I responded to what's his nuts up there.

Still, fucking with someones car is pretty cowardly.


Kartessa


Aug 13, 2011, 3:05 PM
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caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Or I could pour Drano in the gas tank.



you might end up with a chemical reaction.

try candles and chicken bones.


Car vandalism is not Manly. You just don't fuck with another mans vehicle.

Luckily I don't have the balls.

It is true the Rules are different for women, which was why I responded to what's his nuts up there.

Still, fucking with someones car is pretty cowardly.

Only if you hide the fact that you did it.

I make it well known to that bitch that it's me fucking with her car. I think she thinks its a game at this point.


JoeHamilton


Aug 13, 2011, 9:47 PM
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 A candle on the hood with some chicken bones aint too damaging. its just creepy.



K put up a sign sayin parking 10 dollars,


iknowfear


Aug 14, 2011, 7:21 AM
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Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Or I could pour Drano in the gas tank.



you might end up with a chemical reaction.

try candles and chicken bones.


Car vandalism is not Manly. You just don't fuck with another mans vehicle.

Luckily I don't have the balls.

It is true the Rules are different for women, which was why I responded to what's his nuts up there.

Still, fucking with someones car is pretty cowardly.

Only if you hide the fact that you did it.

I make it well known to that bitch that it's me fucking with her car. I think she thinks its a game at this point.

just get a trucker friend to park his semi in a way to block her in...


cantbuymefriends


Sep 7, 2011, 5:25 PM
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iknowfear wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Or I could pour Drano in the gas tank.



you might end up with a chemical reaction.

try candles and chicken bones.


Car vandalism is not Manly. You just don't fuck with another mans vehicle.

Luckily I don't have the balls.

It is true the Rules are different for women, which was why I responded to what's his nuts up there.

Still, fucking with someones car is pretty cowardly.

Only if you hide the fact that you did it.

I make it well known to that bitch that it's me fucking with her car. I think she thinks its a game at this point.

just get a trucker friend to park his semi in a way to block her in...
Or have something, not too heavy, just a small tank or sumtin, airdropped on the car.

Where's your C130 Hercules driver friend when you need one...?


Kartessa


Sep 8, 2011, 12:34 AM
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cantbuymefriends wrote:
Or have something, not too heavy, just a small tank or sumtin, airdropped on the car.

Where's your C130 Hercules driver friend when you need one...?

I'd use my own, but it's in the shop




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Sep 8, 2011, 12:38 PM
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Kartessa wrote:
cantbuymefriends wrote:
Or have something, not too heavy, just a small tank or sumtin, airdropped on the car.

Where's your C130 Hercules driver friend when you need one...?

I'd use my own, but it's in the shop

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I hate it when that happens


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