• Paying bills?

    I told my sister that I'm going to Aldo... That's the best deal for me. Now she starts screaming she hates aldi... So I took $871 cash dollars... put it right in front of her... I subtracted 400 and I said that's my rent right there... I took away another 75 dollars and I said that's my water and electric bill... after using just... show more
    I told my sister that I'm going to Aldo... That's the best deal for me. Now she starts screaming she hates aldi... So I took $871 cash dollars... put it right in front of her... I subtracted 400 and I said that's my rent right there... I took away another 75 dollars and I said that's my water and electric bill... after using just barely what I need. I subtracted another 100 and I said.. That's my cable, internet and telephone.. You go grocery shopping on the rest, how's that for ya ? Ya got $296 there. Go buy a months supply of food on it. I need to eat on I spend. I'm not going through the meat section and subtracting 155 right there.. Forget it. I'll spend maybe 130 and eat for the whole month, and try to lower that bill. Lol
    4 answers · Family · 10 hours ago
  • Reasons why I don't live in big cities?

    My niece, who comes from a privileged, well connected background in Philadelphia because of her father... Asked me why I don't live in big cities. I said because of these reasons.... 1. There is no reward there for middle earners.... You either pay a normal rent or mortgage, and live in the same hell hole dump as the poorest of the poor... show more
    My niece, who comes from a privileged, well connected background in Philadelphia because of her father... Asked me why I don't live in big cities. I said because of these reasons.... 1. There is no reward there for middle earners.... You either pay a normal rent or mortgage, and live in the same hell hole dump as the poorest of the poor there.... Or you pay ten thousand dollars a month and have the best there is in the entire world.... There is no in between. 2. Because I am not going to spend my entire life in fist fights with morons who don't know how to behave themselves, just because I never mopped the mayor's floor. 3. Because people do best in life among allies, so its my job to live with my allies. 4. Because there is no sense of community there. There, the government has to come around and put unsustainable fines in people's mail boxes, just to get them to obey LOW standards that are STILL too low to sell in a market. 5. I was in a fist fight on average once a week there..... I been in TWO this whole time where I'm at... and I been here 5 years. 6. I'm not going to prison for murder, because an aggressor didn't put as much thought into building his physical capacity... as he did about biting off more than he chew.
  • When I move out of this Apartment, Google is done?

    When I get into my new apartment soon... I'm getting a new computer... Before I do anything whatsoever.... I am calling the Geek squad and having it professionally set up... And I'm paying a little extra to have all Google software uninstalled and deleted before activation, and I am having a private e mail account set up, and a... show more
    When I get into my new apartment soon... I'm getting a new computer... Before I do anything whatsoever.... I am calling the Geek squad and having it professionally set up... And I'm paying a little extra to have all Google software uninstalled and deleted before activation, and I am having a private e mail account set up, and a firewall installed. This e mail account will block e mails from Google, prevent Google from installing anything onto my computer, and prevent me from accessing Google products and services. They're done sending a)ssholes to my content through their ReCaptcha Malware/Spyware. And I'm going to send Google a handwritten letter telling them that if they don't America or Americans, they can suck my D!ck and get the f)uck out of America... Because I'd rather be American than whatever anybody else is.
    Google · 2 days ago
  • A question for Black world war 2 veterans?

    What's it like to be treated better as a prisoner of war, by the very first fascists... Even if its for political propaganda posterity purposes... Than how you were treated by your own country ? :p
    What's it like to be treated better as a prisoner of war, by the very first fascists... Even if its for political propaganda posterity purposes... Than how you were treated by your own country ? :p
    2 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • If I were a cat?

    If I were a cat, perhaps I could just get involved with just any cat out there.... Because cats don't have laws.... And today's generation of kittens being born is the exact same as the adult cat that was walking around meowing at George Washington... They're all cute, they're fluffy, they all meow, they all beg for tuna... And... show more
    If I were a cat, perhaps I could just get involved with just any cat out there.... Because cats don't have laws.... And today's generation of kittens being born is the exact same as the adult cat that was walking around meowing at George Washington... They're all cute, they're fluffy, they all meow, they all beg for tuna... And they're all innocent, independent, and all benevolent. And they don't have consequences. Humans are much more complex than that. That's why dating is a more serious matter, socially. Thank you.
    5 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 days ago
  • Learning from mistakes?

    My sister read something I wrote on here... She asked me how I met a drug addict... I said that I made a few mistakes, that's how... First mistake, I failed to think well. Second mistake, Because I didn't think too well, I met a minimum wage earner at a convenience store. Third mistake, Again Because I didn't think too well, I met... show more
    My sister read something I wrote on here... She asked me how I met a drug addict... I said that I made a few mistakes, that's how... First mistake, I failed to think well. Second mistake, Because I didn't think too well, I met a minimum wage earner at a convenience store. Third mistake, Again Because I didn't think too well, I met somebody your age... Almost old enough to be my mom, especially around here. Fourth mistake, yet again, Because I didn't think too well... I got involved with a single mom, who told me that she spent time in a juvenile corrections facility in New York. The fifth mistake... Getting involved with somebody who puts a façade, who doesn't really understand the façade herself, and even the façade is representative of an outdated lifestyle. And I fell for it. That's how I met a less than stellar person. And I dumped her, after the date cost me 250 dollars. Live and learn. That's how people learn, by living.
    Singles & Dating · 2 days ago
  • Did my dad really have a chance?

    I remember exactly how things happened. My Dad was 73 years old and he had Mitral valve prolapse. My dad accidentally fell off of the bus stairs... one time.. He went to the hospital, the general hospital... They told him that he's fine but that he has a growth in his neck.... he went to VA... They did a CT scan, and a biopsy... It was B... show more
    I remember exactly how things happened. My Dad was 73 years old and he had Mitral valve prolapse. My dad accidentally fell off of the bus stairs... one time.. He went to the hospital, the general hospital... They told him that he's fine but that he has a growth in his neck.... he went to VA... They did a CT scan, and a biopsy... It was B Cell, Large Diffuse, Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. He goes in for treatment. He beat the f)ucking BALLS off that cancer like a dog. He was nearly cancer free after the first round of treatment. Literally... I sat there and watched the lump shrink. NO reaction at all to the chemo, he took it like a champ... He even ATE while getting chemo. 5 rounds after the first round, he was cancer free. He took a preventative dose of radiation. The lymphoma NEVER came back. 2 years later.... He gets metastatic, stage three small cell lung cancer that spread from his lungs, to his liver and adrenal glands. He gets 6 rounds of carboplatin... I personally would have given him the 8 times more effective, but older Cisplatin. The cancer in his lungs and adrenal glands goes away, but stays in his liver. Then he gets radiation in his brain, to prevent it from spreading to his brain. Then he gets more chemo, to try to kill the lung cancer in his liver. The chemo was ineffective. So they started him on home hospice and chemo to stop the growth.. But it bought him only 3 months. Did he have a chance?
    Cancer · 3 days ago
  • Taking a survey?

    I was asked in a survey, if I agree or disagree that to succeed at my job is to succeed in life... I said that I strongly disagree. I have seen proof that being good at a job doesn't make a successful life, and I am living proof of that. The Tuskegee airmen... They almost were shut down, and they did return home to a country that hates their... show more
    I was asked in a survey, if I agree or disagree that to succeed at my job is to succeed in life... I said that I strongly disagree. I have seen proof that being good at a job doesn't make a successful life, and I am living proof of that. The Tuskegee airmen... They almost were shut down, and they did return home to a country that hates their guts. Me. The straight A student in science, especially in biology and in zoology, primatology, herpetology, geology and paleontology, and ecology.. Anything they tested me on... They even put me on a farm... The Fairmount park commission wanted me to be the next head farmer of the place... I'm fired the next day after that recommendation by the Fairmount park commission. So no I don't agree with that statement.
    3 answers · Polls & Surveys · 3 days ago
  • Better than here exists, but at way higher costs?

    My niece told me that better than places like Bedford hills NY, and Willow Grove and King of Prussia Pennsylvania does exist... I said, yes it does exist... At what cost ? Here you go... Here's the Woodley apartments, Washington DC... Penthouse, almost 10,000 a month. The line Lofts, Hollywood, California.. The best they got goes for a... show more
    My niece told me that better than places like Bedford hills NY, and Willow Grove and King of Prussia Pennsylvania does exist... I said, yes it does exist... At what cost ? Here you go... Here's the Woodley apartments, Washington DC... Penthouse, almost 10,000 a month. The line Lofts, Hollywood, California.. The best they got goes for a little over 5 grand a month. Here's the Wilshire Victoria... LA, California... An even 7 grand a month. How much you want to pay? I found two online for almost 50 grand a month, at the top of the line.
    Renting & Real Estate · 3 days ago
  • Avoiding cramps after selling plasma?

    I sold 880 milliliters of plasma yesterday... Knowing how prone I am to cramps .. I asked for an extra bag of saline... Which would be 1000 milliliters of saline... When they said no, 500 is the limit... After I got the 500 that I'm entitled to... Instead of just leaving, I went into the recovery room, and I drank 2500 milliliters of... show more
    I sold 880 milliliters of plasma yesterday... Knowing how prone I am to cramps .. I asked for an extra bag of saline... Which would be 1000 milliliters of saline... When they said no, 500 is the limit... After I got the 500 that I'm entitled to... Instead of just leaving, I went into the recovery room, and I drank 2500 milliliters of water. And when I got home... I made egg plant parmesan and spaghetti.. That's carbohydrates and protein and vitamins... Ate a huge peanut butter and jelly sandwich... That's protein, sugar, and believe it or not, potassium. I had a naked brand blue machine smoothie... That's vitamins, and 840 milligrams of potassium... And a quart of spring water. When I woke up... I had egg plant parmesan and eggs.. Now I'm eating a mixture of spinach, turnip greens and black beans. :p
    Medicine · 4 days ago
  • Taser, the non lethal weapon that is far from non lethal?

    The idea of calling a taser a non lethal weapon assumes too much, and takes too much for granted. I can, and have taken more abuse than most people alive, let alone able bodied.. And not only did I take it... I walked away victorious. I'll admit, that I don't think I can survive being electrocuted. My body is prone to cramping in tight... show more
    The idea of calling a taser a non lethal weapon assumes too much, and takes too much for granted. I can, and have taken more abuse than most people alive, let alone able bodied.. And not only did I take it... I walked away victorious. I'll admit, that I don't think I can survive being electrocuted. My body is prone to cramping in tight spaces, in the heat, during summer months, and sometimes just because... I'm positive i'd have a cardiac arrest or a heart attack, or i'd end up in the hospital with really bad cramps. Calling a taser non lethal also assumes that no other health problem exists either, like heart disease, or cardiac disorders, or aneurysms.. So when are these bullish!t weapons going to be banned for police use ?
    2 answers · Law & Ethics · 5 days ago
  • The Black lives matter movement?

    I got something to say to the BLM... They have to decide that job performance isn't based on their caving in to peer pressure on the job, but how well they complete their job description in accordance with the regulations and laws set by the government, and how well they can think for themselves. There is no such a thing as a rough ride,... show more
    I got something to say to the BLM... They have to decide that job performance isn't based on their caving in to peer pressure on the job, but how well they complete their job description in accordance with the regulations and laws set by the government, and how well they can think for themselves. There is no such a thing as a rough ride, that's prisoner abuse and endangerment. The sooner that they can decide stand up and write up another police officer, and refuse to engage in dangerous liberties with other people's bodies while on the job, the sooner They'll be better off. The sooner they can obey basic rules without anybody watching, the sooner they'll be better off. The sooner their crime rate matches, or becomes lower than other than other demographics, the sooner they'll be better off. The sooner they decide to live the way that other demographics live, during the times that other demographics live it... And be modern, when today is today is today.. The sooner they'll be better off. The sooner they can innovate WITHOUT creating offensive cultural junk that anybody who has plenty to lose in life, can't use.. the sooner they'll be better off. The sooner they graduate from high school as a group, instead of pointing to individuals who did.... The sooner they'll be better off. The sooner they own at least one source of everything they buy, the sooner they'll be better off.
    Politics · 5 days ago
  • I never forget where I come from?

    Just because I have things now, thanks to the productivity potential of the internet, and its ability to take a load off my shoulders.... Doesn't mean that I forget the sweat shack gyms that I come from in less sophisticated days, nor does that I'm not more than happy to take a few steps back in my life, to play whack-a-mole with somebody... show more
    Just because I have things now, thanks to the productivity potential of the internet, and its ability to take a load off my shoulders.... Doesn't mean that I forget the sweat shack gyms that I come from in less sophisticated days, nor does that I'm not more than happy to take a few steps back in my life, to play whack-a-mole with somebody that apparently is still stuck in those days. Thank you.
  • Toyota Prius marketing?

    Toyota Prius... Heavily marketed to women from a male dominated industry. Heavily marketed to people under the age of 25 or 30 from an industry with over age 45 leadership. Heavily marketed to minorities, from an industry entirely owned and operated almost exclusively by whites and white-privileged Asians.... The economic, cultural, development,... show more
    Toyota Prius... Heavily marketed to women from a male dominated industry. Heavily marketed to people under the age of 25 or 30 from an industry with over age 45 leadership. Heavily marketed to minorities, from an industry entirely owned and operated almost exclusively by whites and white-privileged Asians.... The economic, cultural, development, industrial, technological, educational and academic and scientific powers of the world. And the group that owns these companies are not benevolent and they're not to be messed with. They're not there to help me, they are there take my money. And I refuse to buy products from people who intend on selling me crap, marketed to laypeople. If I want a car, i'll just go buy a car... Their mainline, mainstream product marketed to those of the maker's demographics.
    Gender Studies · 1 week ago
  • Why I chose the GMC Acadia over the Toyota Prius?

    I also told my teacher that I chose the GMC Acadia over the Prius, because of four main reasons. Number one, The GMC Acadia speaks to me a lot more than the Toyota Prius, the GMC is the real deal, as far as the concept of what makes a vehicle worth driving. Number two, the GMC's styling is more in line with my automotive culture. Number... show more
    I also told my teacher that I chose the GMC Acadia over the Prius, because of four main reasons. Number one, The GMC Acadia speaks to me a lot more than the Toyota Prius, the GMC is the real deal, as far as the concept of what makes a vehicle worth driving. Number two, the GMC's styling is more in line with my automotive culture. Number three... The GMC Acadia is more useful. and number four, the GMC is openly marketed to anybody listening, and I won't fall into opportunity denial regimes by purchasing it. The Prius is an ugly vehicle that is underpowered, its too small, and its marketing is designed to create a discriminatory difference between the buyer and the seller, for marketing purposes.
    3 answers · GMC · 1 week ago
  • Discriminatory marketing?

    I took a marketing class today... And one of the things we talked about was how marketing can be used as a way to divide, isolate, cut off, and label for discrimination purposes. The teacher asked me what my problem is, with cool, youthful colors, logos and symbols used on government websites, marketing websites, and on products intended to get... show more
    I took a marketing class today... And one of the things we talked about was how marketing can be used as a way to divide, isolate, cut off, and label for discrimination purposes. The teacher asked me what my problem is, with cool, youthful colors, logos and symbols used on government websites, marketing websites, and on products intended to get people under the age of 25 to use their opportunities and to buy things... My answer to the teacher was.... Did she have such marketing strategies used on her, when she applied for a job ? Did she have that marketing strategy used on her, to get her to buy mundane products? She said no... So I said.... Then this is what they are used for. They are used to create a visual difference between my application, and yours, so that they can easily label my application as coming from somebody that they want to deny equality to, and throw it in the trash Its used to create a record of who buys what, so that they can provide less employment and credit and financing opportunity to people who buy things like video games, iPad and iPod, and eBooks It is used to violate people's rights to vote.. They call it young democrats, or young republicans and so on and so forth.. So the political parties can just achieve their agendas, and don't have to represent people of school, or college age. That's my problem with predatory, age and generation based marketing, and that's part of why If I want something, I just man up and go get it, the real deal.
    12 answers · Other - Advertising & Marketing · 1 week ago