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Oct 25th 2011 4:15PM I love this "I feel sorry for my grandkids..." nonsense while you are whining about THE WORLD THAT YOUR GRANDKIDS ARE CREATING! I guess it's clear where YOUR KIDS got the "not my kids..." rationalization. The old people just change it to, "it's not my grandkids". Clearly, this attitude of "it's all everyone else's problem" started a couple of generations ago given the obvious lack of understanding or logical correlation between your comments, but I'm sure your hypocrisy is the fault of the current generations too. Yep, you people didn't get the ball rolling AT ALL...
In 30 years, I just hope that I'm not as scared, negative and out-of-touch as all you make yourselves out to be.
Oct 25th 2011 4:08PM Here's a reference you might understand, Shirley: Holy irrelevance, Batman! Your whining has NOTHING to do with the article. Frankly, I don't care what you are "tired of." I'm tired of hearing people like you whine and cry because you are scared and don't understand how the world works now-a-days and just unhappy with your life (despite your attempts to convince yourself otherwise). It's also laughable for someone drawing a government check to whine about "spreading the wealth" when it's most likely my wealth being spread to you. All I REALLY got out of your rant, aside from your apparent fear and lack of understanding, is that you are feebly trying to rationalize your anti-Islam, as well as other, bigotry. It's sad to see that even with your life's experience, you are still focusing on negativity, looking for things to complain about, NOT being thankful for what you have and living in perpetual fear. No wonder you fail to see enjoyment in your reminisces rather than simply using them as a basis for your negativity, anger and fear.
Anyway, back to the piece... This past summer, I took backroads through Kentucky to avoid construction on I-65. I initially didn't like the idea of having to add a couple of hours to my trip, which was long as it were, but after driving an hour on the backroads, any apprehensions I had were gone as I saw exactly what is depicted in the pictures. It's somewhat sad to think that these communities are gone as they once existed, but it was equally neat to think of how these communities once were and the fact that they still exist to some degree as a sort of artifact, a lens into history. It was definitely an experience that I would not have had if I had stayed on the interstate. The off-interstate travel is something I definitely plan to work into my travel plans in the future. But I suppose that one can only have this kind of enjoyment if you aren't constantly focused on negativity and everything that makes you afraid.
Aug 3rd 2009 2:16PM Sorry, Brett. I've always loved the GAME more than any one player, including you, your Highness. When you put yourself ahead of your team, and the game overall, yeah, I lost any love I had for ya. It was clear that you loved yourself more than your fans, your teammates or the game that you played.
I thought Brett is supposed to be turning 40, but this whining sounds more like he's 14. What is wrong with this guy? Why can't he grow up, move on and let bygones be bygones? Comments like his show just how little regard he truly had for his fans. Oh well, Brett's irrelevant now.