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  1. #1
    BLKHTRYKEY
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    Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry When There
    Live Is Turn Upside Down Good



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  2. #2
    PF Riley
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    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    On 16 Aug 2004 21:22:59 -0700, [email protected] (BLKHTRYKEY) wrote:

    >Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry When There
    >Live Is Turn Upside Down Good


    Translation:

    "Dumb people live in hurricane country, then cry when their lives are
    turned upside-down."

    -- "Blkhtrykey," a dumb person



  3. #3
    John Richards
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    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    > "Dumb people live in hurricane country, then cry when their lives are
    > turned upside-down."


    What bugs me is the ones who have no insurance, and now want the
    government (i.e., taxpayers) to pay for their losses.

    --

    John Richards



  4. #4
    Spectre
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    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    I really love DUMB people who can not even ***** the word DUMB calling
    others "DUM". Priceless....ROFL
    "BLKHTRYKEY" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry When There
    > Live Is Turn Upside Down Good






  5. #5
    The Quiet One
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    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    That's right, damn it!!!!! That's the American way.

    Can't take care of my own ****, so of course, the government must
    pay!!!!!!

    On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 05:07:01 GMT, "John Richards"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >> "Dumb people live in hurricane country, then cry when their lives are
    >> turned upside-down."

    >
    >What bugs me is the ones who have no insurance, and now want the
    >government (i.e., taxpayers) to pay for their losses.





  6. #6
    Jeff
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    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry


    "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    > > "Dumb people live in hurricane country, then cry when their lives are
    > > turned upside-down."

    >
    > What bugs me is the ones who have no insurance, and now want the
    > government (i.e., taxpayers) to pay for their losses.


    You're right. Let's let the people the just die in Florida. No help with
    rebuilding their houses, getting new clothes, etc. And if they need to poop,
    let the squat where they are. They really don't need shelter, either. Maybe
    we could be real nice, and provide them some tents and blankets for when it
    gets cold.

    I mean, what do we need them for? They have low-paying jobs and can barely
    make ends meet. The jobs that give rich people services, like ready people
    to pay for gas on the way to the resort, cleaning the bathrooms in the
    resort, and making food in McDonalds on the way to the resort.

    Unfortunately, there people don't have money to begin with.

    I am glad our government is helping them.

    Jeff

    > --
    >
    > John Richards






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    Jim85CJ
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    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    "The jobs that give rich people services"
    "rich people" PAY for these services. They are not giving anything.


    "I've never worked for a poor person"

    Jeff wrote:

    > "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > message news:[email protected]
    >
    >>>"Dumb people live in hurricane country, then cry when their lives are
    >>>turned upside-down."

    >>
    >>What bugs me is the ones who have no insurance, and now want the
    >>government (i.e., taxpayers) to pay for their losses.

    >
    >
    > You're right. Let's let the people the just die in Florida. No help with
    > rebuilding their houses, getting new clothes, etc. And if they need to poop,
    > let the squat where they are. They really don't need shelter, either. Maybe
    > we could be real nice, and provide them some tents and blankets for when it
    > gets cold.
    >
    > I mean, what do we need them for? They have low-paying jobs and can barely
    > make ends meet. The jobs that give rich people services, like ready people
    > to pay for gas on the way to the resort, cleaning the bathrooms in the
    > resort, and making food in McDonalds on the way to the resort.
    >
    > Unfortunately, there people don't have money to begin with.
    >
    > I am glad our government is helping them.
    >
    > Jeff
    >
    >
    >>--
    >>
    >>John Richards

    >
    >
    >





  8. #8
    Garner Miller
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    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    In article <[email protected]>, Jeff
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > > What bugs me is the ones who have no insurance, and now want the
    > > government (i.e., taxpayers) to pay for their losses.

    >
    > You're right. Let's let the people the just die in Florida. No help with
    > rebuilding their houses, getting new clothes, etc. And if they need to poop,
    > let the squat where they are. They really don't need shelter, either.


    That's not what he said. He's bugged by the ones with no insurance,
    and I agree with him.

    One of the employees at my company had her house burn down. This was a
    house she inherited from her father free and clear -- no mortgate,
    nothing. She didn't have home insurance, so when it went up in flames,
    a memo circulated around the company asking us to donate part of our
    meager paychecks to help her get a new house.

    Our house went up in an electrical fire a few years back. You know how
    we rebuilt? With the insurance money that we paid for and budgeted as
    a cost of owning the house.


    > I am glad our government is helping them.


    While they rebuild, absolutely. But as a taxpayer I'll be mightily
    annoyed if my money goes towards rebuilding their individual homes at
    the same time I pay my own insurance premiums.

    --
    Garner R. Miller
    Manchester, CT =USA=



  9. #9
    Mark Allread
    Guest

    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 07:55:35 -0400, Jeff <kidsdoc2[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    > "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > message news:[email protected]
    >> > "Dumb people live in hurricane country, then cry when their lives are
    >> > turned upside-down."

    >>
    >> What bugs me is the ones who have no insurance, and now want the
    >> government (i.e., taxpayers) to pay for their losses.

    >
    > You're right. Let's let the people the just die in Florida. No help with
    > rebuilding their houses, getting new clothes, etc. And if they need to
    > poop,
    > let the squat where they are. They really don't need shelter, either.


    You're a Spencerist, I see.

    > I am glad our government is helping them.


    You're also of limited imagination.

    I believe that people should accept the consequences of their actions.
    If you choose to live in an area, you should be prepared to accept the
    natural results. It is common knowledge that destructive weather
    happens on a more frequent basis in some locales. The higher costs of
    living in those places should naturally be borne by the residents, not
    by society as a whole.

    Where your sarcastic logic fails is in your incorrect assumption that
    forced charity is the only possible recourse. Instead of the government
    stealing from Peter to pay for Paul's irresponsible actions, it's
    appropriate that YOU contribute to private charity to correct the harm
    you feel so strongly should be addressed. Vote with your dollars, salve
    your conscience, but don't presume to make that decision for others, who
    may feel compelled to support more deserving (i.e. responsible) needs,
    more local needs, or simply choose to accept social Darwinism in order
    to strengthen society (rightly or wrongly).



  10. #10
    Gee
    Guest

    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    "Mark Allread" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected]
    > On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 07:55:35 -0400, Jeff <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >
    > > "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > > message news:[email protected]
    > >> > "Dumb people live in hurricane country, then cry when their lives are
    > >> > turned upside-down."
    > >>
    > >> What bugs me is the ones who have no insurance, and now want the
    > >> government (i.e., taxpayers) to pay for their losses.

    > >
    > > You're right. Let's let the people the just die in Florida. No help with
    > > rebuilding their houses, getting new clothes, etc. And if they need to
    > > poop,
    > > let the squat where they are. They really don't need shelter, either.

    >
    > You're a Spencerist, I see.
    >
    > > I am glad our government is helping them.

    >
    > You're also of limited imagination.
    >
    > I believe that people should accept the consequences of their actions.
    > If you choose to live in an area, you should be prepared to accept the
    > natural results. It is common knowledge that destructive weather
    > happens on a more frequent basis in some locales. The higher costs of
    > living in those places should naturally be borne by the residents, not
    > by society as a whole.
    >
    > Where your sarcastic logic fails is in your incorrect assumption that
    > forced charity is the only possible recourse. Instead of the government
    > stealing from Peter to pay for Paul's irresponsible actions, it's
    > appropriate that YOU contribute to private charity to correct the harm
    > you feel so strongly should be addressed. Vote with your dollars, salve
    > your conscience, but don't presume to make that decision for others, who
    > may feel compelled to support more deserving (i.e. responsible) needs,
    > more local needs, or simply choose to accept social Darwinism in order
    > to strengthen society (rightly or wrongly).


    While we're mocking those who are "dumb" enough to live in Hurricane Alley,
    how about the West and East Coasts where the homes are on Beach fronts
    facing erosion. How about those who live in Tornado Alley and so on? I also
    know of areas NOW being hit by tornados or tornadic activity that never
    experienced such weather before... What about those in River valleys? Where
    do you suppose they move? The wx plays no favorites to any one or any where.
    IF it is God's will to destroy your homes, he will... OR Mother Nature or
    any other force you care to acknowledge in addition or in place of. NONE of
    us are safe.. I suppose if you move all those DUMB enough to live in those
    places, then those who would vacation in those places, as many do... would
    be DUMB for going there too, isn't that right? So, forget the Disney Worlds
    and other vacation spots. Let's also move the people off the islands who get
    ravaged as well... WHERE IN THE HELL DO YOU GO?? NO WHERE IS COMPLETELY
    SAFE.

    I agree people SHOULD have insurance, but some barely get by as it is....
    AND be pissed off if you want about rebuilding their lives.... At least they
    are Americans. We're spending BILLIONS to rebuild IRAQ, a nation who HATES
    OUR GUTS.. I don't hear anyone *****ing about their meager pay checks paying
    out their asses towards taxes for that.......






  11. #11
    Mark Allread
    Guest

    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 13:00:59 -0400, Gee <[email protected]> wrote:
    > WHERE IN THE HELL DO YOU GO?? NO WHERE IS COMPLETELY
    > SAFE.


    Life's like that.

    Some people live in reality, others want a government nanny.

    Of course, "government" is just another way of saying that
    they don't want to take personal responsibility, but want
    to place the burden _forced_ on everyone else.

    You've missed entirely the point of the post - this is a proper
    role for private charity, not government intervention.

    As I said, vote with your dollars. Have _you_ given
    to hurricane Charley relief efforts, or do you just support
    forcing _others_ to give by force of government?



  12. #12

    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 13:00:59 -0400, "Gee" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I agree people SHOULD have insurance, but some barely get by as it is....
    >AND be pissed off if you want about rebuilding their lives.... At least they
    >are Americans. We're spending BILLIONS to rebuild IRAQ, a nation who HATES
    >OUR GUTS.. I don't hear anyone *****ing about their meager pay checks paying
    >out their asses towards taxes for that.......


    As someone who is living in Kissimmee, Florida, I can safely say
    that this is the most intelligent post I've seen on this thread. I
    lost my roof and have spent the past 3 days battling the weather but
    I'm holding my own and helping neighbors wherever I can. I have
    neighbors that lost a lot more than a few shingles, some of them have
    been forced into shelters or staying with friends as their homes are
    uninhabitable. Sure, we got hit bad, but there are others far worse.
    This statement hits home due to the fact that we are spending billions
    to rebuild a country that hates us (and always will) while people in
    this country are starving. Some of them are suffering from their own
    mistakes but a large majority are victims of the working economy. I've
    talked to a few people that have discovered that their insurance
    doesn't cover hurricane damage (it's written in legaleze so common
    people don't see it). They've been paying and they're still screwed...



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    Jim85CJ
    Guest

    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    "I can safely say that this is the most intelligent post I've seen on
    this thread."
    Gee, I thought it was pretty stupid...

    "I've talked to a few people that have discovered that their insurance
    doesn't cover hurricane damage (it's written in legaleze so common
    people don't see it). They've been paying and they're still screwed..."
    Sounds like they didn't buy the correct insurance so they've been paying
    for something they didn't need. How is that being "screwed"?

    "it's written in legaleze so common people don't see it"
    So you are saying that "common people" are stupid?


    [email protected]e wrote:

    > On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 13:00:59 -0400, "Gee" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >
    >>I agree people SHOULD have insurance, but some barely get by as it is....
    >>AND be pissed off if you want about rebuilding their lives.... At least they
    >>are Americans. We're spending BILLIONS to rebuild IRAQ, a nation who HATES
    >>OUR GUTS.. I don't hear anyone *****ing about their meager pay checks paying
    >>out their asses towards taxes for that.......

    >
    >
    > As someone who is living in Kissimmee, Florida, I can safely say
    > that this is the most intelligent post I've seen on this thread. I
    > lost my roof and have spent the past 3 days battling the weather but
    > I'm holding my own and helping neighbors wherever I can. I have
    > neighbors that lost a lot more than a few shingles, some of them have
    > been forced into shelters or staying with friends as their homes are
    > uninhabitable. Sure, we got hit bad, but there are others far worse.
    > This statement hits home due to the fact that we are spending billions
    > to rebuild a country that hates us (and always will) while people in
    > this country are starving. Some of them are suffering from their own
    > mistakes but a large majority are victims of the working economy. I've
    > talked to a few people that have discovered that their insurance
    > doesn't cover hurricane damage (it's written in legaleze so common
    > people don't see it). They've been paying and they're still screwed...





  14. #14

    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry

    On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 23:47:36 GMT, Jim85CJ <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Sounds like they didn't buy the correct insurance so they've been paying
    >for something they didn't need. How is that being "screwed"?


    Do me a favor, post your drivel so that it doesn't look like it was
    part of my post...

    >"it's written in legaleze so common people don't see it"
    >So you are saying that "common people" are stupid?


    Whatever, troll all you like.

    >>>I agree people SHOULD have insurance, but some barely get by as it is....
    >>>AND be pissed off if you want about rebuilding their lives.... At least they
    >>>are Americans. We're spending BILLIONS to rebuild IRAQ, a nation who HATES
    >>>OUR GUTS.. I don't hear anyone *****ing about their meager pay checks paying
    >>>out their asses towards taxes for that.......


    THIS is what I called "intelligent"



  15. #15
    Jeff
    Guest

    Re: Dum People Live In Hurricane Country Then Cry


    "Jim85CJ" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "The jobs that give rich people services"
    > "rich people" PAY for these services. They are not giving anything.


    You can say that again. After the tax cut that dumb-ass Bush gave out, they
    are giving a lot less rich people of thier income as taxes. Too bad he
    didn't do as much for middle class and poor people. His no child left behind
    act should be no millionair left behind act.

    > "I've never worked for a poor person


    I have. I am proud to be a mentor for two kids without a ton of money.

    And who do you think spend a larger percentage of their income on auto fuel,
    telephones and other necessities of life that bring a bunch of profits to
    rich people?

    When buying insurance means that you won't be able to afford food, most
    people will go for food. I bet a lot of the people who lived in mobile homes
    couldn't afford insurance. Povery sucks.

    I guess you can think of the government aid as insurance for everyone. If
    your area is hit by a big natural disaster, the feds will help you, too.

    The feds even helped some around NYC after 9/11. Too bad they aren't paying
    communities for the extra policing that is now required for homeland
    security. A lot of community policing got cut out of city budgets.

    Jeff

    > Jeff wrote:
    >
    > > "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > > message news:[email protected]
    > >
    > >>>"Dumb people live in hurricane country, then cry when their lives are
    > >>>turned upside-down."
    > >>
    > >>What bugs me is the ones who have no insurance, and now want the
    > >>government (i.e., taxpayers) to pay for their losses.

    > >
    > >
    > > You're right. Let's let the people the just die in Florida. No help with
    > > rebuilding their houses, getting new clothes, etc. And if they need to

    poop,
    > > let the squat where they are. They really don't need shelter, either.

    Maybe
    > > we could be real nice, and provide them some tents and blankets for when

    it
    > > gets cold.
    > >
    > > I mean, what do we need them for? They have low-paying jobs and can

    barely
    > > make ends meet. The jobs that give rich people services, like ready

    people
    > > to pay for gas on the way to the resort, cleaning the bathrooms in the
    > > resort, and making food in McDonalds on the way to the resort.
    > >
    > > Unfortunately, there people don't have money to begin with.
    > >
    > > I am glad our government is helping them.
    > >
    > > Jeff
    > >
    > >
    > >>--
    > >>
    > >>John Richards

    > >
    > >
    > >

    >






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