You just can't hide class.
“Life is full of joy, pain, adversity, and outright mistakes. It's not these things, rather how we deal with and learn from these things that defines us." -HSN
A couple stories with a common denominator: wimmins....
oh well, I guess i'm now an a-hole.
To think that woman tried to turn the chain of events around is amazing. I see all the time fat young people park in handicap parking spots and then you say something they look at you as if your rude to them."This is with no sign on there car." WE need to teach the young respect and it is not going to happen in school.
^ I'm with you on that one.
I'm starting to have doubts, well I have been for quite some time now, about humanity in general. Its a shame about the "entitlement" attitude that most people have. Its always refreshing to meet someone who isn't an asshole.
I was a manager of a post office in New York City. We had to deal with people like the woman with the skis -- professionally rude people.
I explained to my clerks that when someone put on a performance, it was because they knew they were wrong, and were trying to back us off so they would get away with it. That woman knew the skis were not hers, but she took and used them anyway. She figured if she were obnoxious enough, the owner would be just as glad to get them back and get rid of her, and wouldn't press charges.
That is a sad story indeed. Maybe she'll drive off a cliff.....
What if her boyfriend was Chuck Norris? Then what? I know for a fact he carries a fixed blade. It's called a samarui sword. I saw it in the movie, " The Octagon".
I really hope she doesn't ski into wall and end with a ski pole stuck up her. The overbloated sense of entitlement that plagues our world is disturbing to say the least.
There are a lot of people out there like this, but then again, there are a lot of good people too.
I'm glad you at least got your skis returned.
I have a Handicapped sticker and use it when necessary. Sometimes I can get by with a standard parking space. But it's nice to have one available when my old bones aren't working properly.
Reminds me of that Alaska Trucking (Ice Road Truckers) show on pay tv over here. The new girl was doing her driving test to see if the company would give her a job. She started ranting at someone on the road and I think she started driving agressively at them. She was from out of town. The local guy judging her driver turns around to her, and without even a slight smile says..."Do you know people carry guns here?" She was totally silent. Very funny episode.
I grew up in a small Michigan town where my mother fed sandwiches and milk to bums off the train at our front door several times a week. We didn't lock our front door for over twenty yrs of living in that town...until... My dad was a preacher and our family was next door (at our Church) at the Christmas Eve service, and when we came back home, the Christmas presents under the tree had disappeared.
I pity Her bf. Poor guy must be a real winner. Imagine listening to her all the time and then on top of that being sent to woop on Mr. E. OMG that poor bastard might welcome death rather than another of her tirades but, death at the hand of Mr. E.? hmm maybe better to just listen to her bitching
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