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I noticed that Hal's post about the lawyer's threat (I would say "call" but why not refer to it for what it was) concerning the non-paying whiner is no longer around.
I hope that joker hasn't been on the phone again. :evil:

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Lamont pulled it because it wasn't motorcycle related. :p
 

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Good riddance to the offender and those like S/he.

Bunch of whine asses.

Damn, wish we had a "wood shed" on this board.

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Bulldog said:
Good riddance to the offender and those like S/he.

Bunch of whine asses.

Damn, wish we had a "wood shed" on this board.

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Wood shed?
Dont know that one - explain please
 

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Bulldog said:
Damn, wish we had a "wood shed" on this board.
No you don't... half the kids on this board would be walking around with "tanned asses" and then they'd have their lawyers sue your butt for child abuse...:roll:

I'm on a lot of different bike forums, and have been to many circus's and sideshows, and I've never in my life seen anything like the childish antics that goes on here.

Some of the guys on this board really take the cake, and act as if they don't have a lick of common sense. I just wish they'd have open season on them so we could clean the gene pool! :x

Of course this is my daily entertainment. It's like a train wreck here most of the time, and it's really hard not to stop by each day and see who's acting like a whiny ass baby. :roll:
 

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It seems that the results are in on the "time-out" chair.

I have a nice shed that could be used. It is 1/2 mile from the nearest road and over 1 mile from the nearest house. It is the perfect place for continuing education classes.

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goldwinghen3 said:
Bluewoo said:
Bulldog said:
Good riddance to the offender and those like S/he.

Bunch of whine asses.

Damn, wish we had a "wood shed" on this board.

Bulldog
Wood shed?
Dont know that one - explain please
How old are you Bluewoo ?????
Also known as a good Ol' Ass Whuppin! Except I think party "B" could use two of em'. :beer3:
 

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But AZ, I LIKE being a whiny assed sniveling wimp.

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This board has outgrown its simplicity. It'll always be something from here on out I bet. My hat goes off to Hal and Lamont because I wouldn't put up with it. The law of diminishing returns has to be pulsing through thier heads. I see it every day. People REFUSE to accept responsibility for thier own actions and it's decaying the foundation of this country.

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Well, Scott, well said for a former hooligan! As a LEO, I suspect you see it all the time. In my volunteer work with the Mesquite Police Department, I do , also (besides just casual observation of people in general). Hard to put your finger on any one source of the problem, but when the family went down the tubes, so did any sense of personal responsibility. I was amazed that someone didn't know what the thought of a "wood shed" was on another post. While I was never escorted to one of these, the basement did the trick in my life. We're not talking about "beating| a child here, but the sensible application of physical (intended to hurt) discipline. Doesn't the Bible say something about sparing the rod (an instrument used to beat the chaff out of the wheat) and spoiling the child?

I've seen many times when a young person (15-17 years old) is spending the night in jail, waiting to have a judge set their bail, and realizing this is the first time anyone has told them "NO!". Ah well, what do you expect from a 70-year old former Navy chief?

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Well, Scott, well said for a former hooligan! As a LEO, I suspect you see it all the time. In my volunteer work with the Mesquite Police Department, I do , also (besides just casual observation of people in general). Hard to put your finger on any one source of the problem, but when the family went down the tubes, so did any sense of personal responsibility. I was amazed that someone didn't know what the thought of a "wood shed" was on another post. While I was never escorted to one of these, the basement did the trick in my life. We're not talking about "beating| a child here, but the sensible application of physical (intended to hurt) discipline. Doesn't the Bible say something about sparing the rod (an instrument used to beat the chaff out of the wheat) and spoiling the child?

I've seen many times when a young person (15-17 years old) is spending the night in jail, waiting to have a judge set their bail, and realizing this is the first time anyone has told them "NO!". Ah well, what do you expect from a 70-year old former Navy chief?

Mesquite Bob
"He who spareth the rod hateth his son: but he that loveth him correcteth him betimes" (Proverbs 13:24) and "Withhold not correction from a child: for if thou strike him with the rod, he shall not die. Thou shalt beat him with the rod, and deliver his soul from hell." (Proverbs 23:13-14)
 

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Bibleman said:
"Thou shalt beat him with the rod, and deliver his soul from hell." (Proverbs 23:13-14)
And then thou shalt be arrested for thine child abuse, and the enforcer of law shalt delivereth thine ass to the pokey.

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Bibleman said:
"Thou shalt beat him with the rod, and deliver his soul from hell." (Proverbs 23:13-14)
And then thou shalt be arrested for thine child abuse, and the enforcer of law shalt delivereth thine ass to the pokey.

Stu
Now thats Funny..... but oh so true........ :cop2:
 

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"Personal Responsibility" seems to becoming an ancient term these days. From my personal observations, many parents find it easier to let the kids have their way than to deal with real discipline. I had my share of "discipline" growing up that taught me right from wrong. In todays world there seems to be very little common sense, maybe we should start calling it uncommon sense? I feel there is way to much sense of entitlement with todays society. The only thing anyone is entitled to is what they earn and mutual respect (does not seem to be much of that either). I was talking with my sister in laws boyfriend who works at Delphi (Saginaw, MI), they recently hired 50 people, out of that 50, 25 couldn't pass a drug screening and 20 more did not last 2 weeks. So out of 50 hired only 5 remained. We have all these people crying about not having a job, but it seems very few really want to work for a living, they would rather live off those of us who do work and pay taxes. Sorry for going off tangent, this is just one of those areas that grind me. I have had a job of some type since I was sixteen and it seems that most people around me are only out to get what they can (at anyone else's expense) and it's never their fault for anything. It is just sad, but there is a glimmer of hope when you do see someone who is productive, takes responsibility, and honestly cares about those around them.
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In the city of Oakland, California (where else?) which be the home of Ebonics which be taught in the schools as a language, which also be under the mayorship of former Gov. Jerry "Gov. Moonbeam" Brown, it has been declared as a "no spanking zone" where it is specially against the law to spank a child. As such they would not have to prove the child was abused, a mere spanking would be enough to convict the parents. Bet they have a city full of well mannered kids.
 

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:shock:

zaT111,
You are 100% correct, I've seen it in defense contractin' world and most of the players are retired or former military who should know the rules. Plus with the way Ford and the other big employers are around here things are gonna get interestin' with all the new homes supposedily bein' affordable at $250k to $$500k. :roll:


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