Stuff you don’t put on the Internet

I read this comment by Shiplord Kirel and was stunned he put this out in public.

Personally I think the story is bs. If true, it explains why Shiplord Kirel stays loyal to Charles. Chuck understand what its like to have a wife leave you.

 

Addendum (ChenZhen): Shiplord is one of the few lizards who expressed his loyalty…live…on the air (go to 2:34):

and as evidence as to how weird this dude really is:


187 Comments on “Stuff you don’t put on the Internet”

  1. Lord Nazh says:

    I wonder if he misses his brother …

  2. poteen says:

    Of course it’s hooey.
    The internet , for some , is a great place to practice creative writing skills. Gives them a life they can never have.
    After all, there are only a few of us 6’5″ superhero, genius, underwear models in real life. 🙂

    • Excatly! Wow….what Christian would condone that.
      To me it sounds like he is mad at G-d for her leaving.
      And yes who in the world would put that up……somethings you are better off keeping to yourself. Really.

      • garycooper says:

        Back when my wife ran off with the Jellyroll Man, I started building ships-in-a-bottle for something to do, and now I’m considered the king of that commercial enterprise. The “Shiplord,” if you will. Would anyone like to buy one of my creations? You can find them on Amazon, next to the cookbooks.

  3. Charles Johnson's bicycle seat says:

    So Shiplord is that the reason you were such a hard core conservative back in the days when LGF was right-wing? You have the intellectual consistency of day old scrambled eggs.

  4. Charles Johnson's bicycle seat says:

    poteen :
    Of course it’s hooey.
    The internet , for some , is a great place to practice creative writing skills. Gives them a life they can never have.

    Too true!

  5. billhedrick says:

    Well, that is a real classic Christian sentiment, i.e., “All things work for good to those who …are called according to the purpose of God.” The problem that people have is the idea that how God wants to help us isn’t the same way we want Him to and may not be understandable to us.

    • Bottle E. Fluid says:

      If you think about it,

      All things work for good to those who …are called according to the purpose of God.

      Replace God with some left-wing icon such as Gaia, and it explains their mindset perfectly. They’re special, because they’re the ones called to the holy task of shutting down the power plants, or whatever.

    • Macker says:

      There are certain events currently ongoing in my life. I always let God know that I don’t understand why it’s happening, and that I also acknowledge that He knows what’s best for me.
      It ain’t easy.

  6. Charles Johnson's bicycle seat says:

    God what an ass kisser Shiplord is on the phone. Thanks Chen!

  7. ISTE says:

    poteen :
    Of course it’s hooey.
    The internet , for some , is a great place to practice creative writing skills. Gives them a life they can never have.

    Hey! Are you accusing Beed, Bunk and me of making shit up? 😦

    • beed says:

      We don’t take ourselves terribly seriously. It’s why we can be incredibly honest about our lives.

    • Bunk X says:

      ISTE– Poteen called you a liar. That means that the BRC is making things up. If that’s the case, DoD is guilty of publishing the lies, and by extension so is The Blogmocracy for spinning off DoD. And since The Blogmocracy splintered off from LGF, well, it just proves what we’ve been saying all along: Charles Johnson is a liar.

      Therefore, ISTE tells the truth.

  8. garycooper says:

    Poor Shiplord! God was really bring a jerk, there, His wonders to preform. The Church Lady was right, though…isn’t that special?

  9. Bureaucat says:

    I always love it when people blame God for the actions of those who disobey God.

    There are no deep thinkers in that story.

    • Basement Cat says:

      Exactly.

      Adultery is completely wrong, and running off with one’s husband’s brother compounds the evil.

      If indeed the story is true (and if it actually happened to Kirel rather than someone else), it’s execrable for some church member to use the situation as an opportunity to attack the victim.

      That said, it is no surprise that a spouse would leave somebody like Kirel (or, for that matter, CJ), perhaps on account of their lack of principles and lack of mental stability. It’s sad, but it’s predictable.

      The point is: BEFORE one gets married, one needs to take a good, long look at the heart, AND the mind, of one’s prospective spouse. If a man’s elevator doesn’t go to the top floor, so to speak, and he doesn’t have enough insight to obtain help to rectify that problem, then that man is not husband material.

      • Princess Natasha says:

        Basement Cat :
        The point is: BEFORE one gets married, one needs to take a good, long look at the heart, AND the mind, of one’s prospective spouse.AND THE BANK ACCOUNT!! Don’t forget the bank account 😛 .

        Fixed it for ya! 🙂

      • garycooper says:

        AND THE BANK ACCOUNT!! Don’t forget the bank account

        Like I tell my daughters, you can fall in love with a good-earning man as easily as you can with a struggling “loser.” 😉

        Then my wife reminds me that I was a poor college kid in debt and driving a smoking hooptie, when she came along and “rescued me.” She was already graduated from college and working in a good-paying job, when we met. Lucky me. 🙂

      • Bottle E. Fluid says:

        What if the guy’s suspicious of banks, and has a million in gold coins buried in the woods? You gotta figure out how to get him to show you? And if he does, do you need him any more?

      • garycooper says:

        That guy never leaves the woods. 😈

      • Bottle E. Fluid says:

      • Macker says:

        They say Velma plays for the other team. Is that true?

  10. garycooper says:

    Just as an aside…I consider myself an agnostic, though I was raised by very strict Catholics and converted to Greek Orthodox Christian to please my wife and her family. In the past five years or so, as the patterns of my life have emerged and I’ve watched our parents pass, I have grown convinced that there are other forces at work on us mortals besides the hormones, CO2-levels and ocean-tides. I’m 52, btw. Am I too old to start believing in God? Am I losing my marbles, thinking there are supernatural beings trying to communicate with me in different ways?
    Any input would be appreciated, even if it’s from Dark Falcon (anonymous sockster). Especially if it’s from Dark Falcon, I mean.

    • you are NEVER too old to start believing in God! NEVER EVER too old. and your are definitely not losing your marbles! of course God wants to communicate with us, each of us. We just need to recognize it and learn to listen. Not that i’m any expert, of course, as anyone who knows me in real life can attest. We are puny little intellects compared to God Himself so it’s understandable that we don’t always understand. Trust in Him. and may He bless you.

    • Daedalus says:

      Read the Bible and attend Orthodox Mass. God welcomes all back. Remember the Prodigal son.

      • garycooper says:

        I do love a fatted-calf, once in awhile. Try the veal!

        Thanks for the tips, guys. I am keeping an open mind about the Big Guy. Hope Chunky doesn’t find out, and mock me.

  11. rightymouse says:

    Shiplord sure has changed from his days as a conservative. It was probably just an act. Most likely he had the hots for Charles.

  12. mtc says:

    Shiplord shouldn’t blame God for his misfortune. The lady he spoke to was wrong about the adulterous relationship; God forbids adulterous affairs.

  13. Voltaires Crack says:

    Alan Colmes is sure a tidy looking chap.

  14. another attack on Creationists buried in the audio there from shiplord. nice. yeah, it’s all our fault. and bush’s fault. and conservatives fault. dumbasses.

    oh, and yeah, what a pathetic suckup he sounded like to the ponytail fatass. blech. keep following the idiot, shiplord. it’s all your intellect can handle.

    do i get to be put on the CFnJ “creep” list yet?

  15. yankintheeu says:

    Shiplord’s great problem with what this lady said actually derives from a misunderstanding in his own mind. (Wow, what a surprise, right? LGFers with poor reasoning skills.) The lady puts her point a simple, anthropomorphizing way, but this is no ‘fundie’ view or some kind of bizarre theological position. It is an idea that is grounded in theodicy since the Church Fathers. The basic idea is that often God will permit suffering and evil for the sake of higher ends and purposes. A world which includes suffering, death and imperfection is the one that will allow for freedom, faith and overcoming sin. These divine ends, though, are essentially unknowable for mankind. Perhaps God knows that this twisted event will result ultimately in the greater happiness of souls. That’s what she’s saying, in other words. Having faith, thus, means to trust in a plan that does not seem to be immediately beneficial or gratifying. That is the basic idea of how faith in God and in his plan can offer hope in the face of despair and tragedy. This is just to clarify that the problem lies in his (rather bigoted) reasoning, not to preach or anything.

  16. Daedalus says:

    mtc :

    Shiplord shouldn’t blame God for his misfortune. The lady he spoke to was wrong about the adulterous relationship; God forbids adulterous affairs.

    This story sounds phoney. No Christian regardless of the denomination would accept a married women leaving her husband for his brother.

    • OldLineTexan says:

      He’s just displaced his anger at his ex-wife, his brother, and himself (and that’s a lot to bear) onto the convenient target of “the church”.

      Again, the key word is “fundies”.

      It’s an indicator that he bears the anger most of LGF directs at “safe” religions (i.e., Christianity and Judaism) for perceived or real grievances.

  17. OldLineTexan says:

    Key word: “fundies”

    Progwhistle.

  18. OldLineTexan says:

    Just don’t write a post on LGF if you have some personal resentment that you’ve generalized to “Muslims”.

    “Christians” (especially “fundies”) are an OK target.

    • Princess Natasha says:

      Because no Christian in their right mind will one day decide that packing your ass with dynamite and C-4, then blowing yourself up in a public square on market day is a swell idea. No matter how much beer/wine/vodka they drank or how many helpings of bean casserole they devoured at the church picnic. Christians are safe targets, or so leftards think.

      • OldLineTexan says:

        This country has WAY more Christians and “fundies” than any other country on Earth. Taking Proggie fear of both to the logical extreme, shit should be blowing up daily in between the “assault weapon” massacres by Christian, fundie “extremists”. The Middle East should look like a vacation on Martha’s Vineyard by comparison.

        Yet, somehow, despite all the “anger” and “violence” from “Dominionists” et. al. in Proggie’s rhetoric, it’s not.

        But do they stop to wonder why? Of course not

      • Bottle E. Fluid says:

        You do realize that Loughner and Breivik were fundies, don’t you? Everybody knows that. 😛

      • OldLineTexan says:

        Silly. Everyone knows that Arizona and Norway aren’t part of the United States!

      • Bunk X says:

        Is Norwegia anywhere near Norway?

      • Rabbi Snowflake Slutshamer, Scientist says:

        Ax yer Norwegia board.

      • billhedrick says:

        I have always said a Christian fundamentalist will tell you that you are going to hell (and probably pray for you) a muslim fundie will try to send you there.

  19. Bureaucat says:

    GaryCooper-

    You are never too old to find God or to young to lose your marbles.

    Go for it!

    • garycooper says:

      One problem with being a life-long skeptic/agnostic is that you know all the counter-arguments, and can recite them in your sleep. One’s ego and intellect are tightly bound up with these cords. It’s complicated.

      On the other hand, I’ve recently been re-reading Jung, and his vision of the Ego struggling to control everything is resonating with my personal experiences. If there is a “collective unconscious,” and I’m pretty sure there is, then there is definitely something more beyond what our puny intellects can grasp at this point.

      • Bureaucat says:

        The fact that our puny minds cannot contain the vastness of the eternities is a good point for all to remember – religious or not!

      • Bottle E. Fluid says:

        We don’t need to comprehend any of that shit. Everything we need to know can be found at LFG, and if it’s not there, we don’t need to know it. If it’s not there, we couldn’t know it. If it’s not there, we shouldn’t know it!

        //Pee Wee

      • there have been many skeptics over the centuries that came around to belief by attempting to prove that God did in fact not exisst. you might try reading one of their books… Evidence that Demands a Verdict or The Case for Christ. paper back and not terribly expensive.

  20. Formercorpsman says:

    They keep serving them up over there.

  21. Formercorpsman says:

    “Back when my wife ran off with my brother”

    Lol, he started his post off that way. I am thankful they wake up, and decide to post over there every day.

  22. snowcrash says:

    It is easier to blame meddling people and the religion your exwife practiced than to blame yourself, your amoral wife and your good for nothing brother. Hurts to be betrayed like that but God probably had nothing to do with something so stupid. No way of knowing really. Was this shiplord guy always so dopey? I just do not remember some of these older nics being so goofy.

  23. Zeus Crankypants says:

    garycooper :

    OT: Watching Megyn Kelly on Fox just now, talking about the scary hurricane weather coming up fast. Why does she have to turn every newscast into the interrogation-scene from “Basic Instinct?” We’ve all seen the cooch by now, Megyn. Just do the news.

    You’re Ludwig’s sock puppet… I knew it.

    • garycooper says:

      You got me. Well, might as well enjoy the free show on Fox, before the billions must jellify. Anyone got a speculum handy?

      • Rabbi Snowflake Slutshamer, Scientist says:

        Well shit, dude. It’s already happening in the oceans. Spined fish populations are dropping while jellyfish are taking over. And we’re next. The jelly monkeys are evolving into jellymen as we type. And jelly furries in Jellystone Park are looking for jelly chickens to stick their tumescent jelly thangs into.

        I, for one, welcome our new jelly overlords. They remind me of boobs, and I like boobs.

      • garycooper says:

        I love boobs, too. I’ll have my usual two, with jellyroll.

  24. Bottle E. Fluid says:

    Dam spam.

  25. OldLineTexan says:

    My brother ran off with my wife, my kids, and my best hunting dog.

    Damn I miss that dog.

  26. garycooper says:

    We have a rule in our family, that’s served us pretty well down through the years: “No shagging the in-laws/No dating of blood-relatives.” No exceptions!

    Here’s a song:

    • rightymouse says:

      What about 2nd cousins five times removed?

      • garycooper says:

        rightymouse :What about 2nd cousins five times removed?

        Well, on my wife’s side of the family, everyone comes from the same two small islands in Greece. Marrying first cousins was not unheard of, back in the day. But frowned upon, it was.

        My family is Irish, and there was no cousin-marryin’ going on that we know about. Drinking, fighting and singing, there was plenty of that. Now, everyone is sober and boring.

      • rightymouse says:

        My Mother’s family is from New England. Lots of lines to the Mayflower. Am related to myself.

  27. Pakimon says:

    OldLineTexan :
    My brother ran off with my wife, my kids, and my best hunting dog.
    Damn I miss that dog.

    That would make a good country song. 😀

  28. OldLineTexan says:

    Bunk X :Is Norwegia anywhere near Norway?

    It’s in line to be the 58th state.

  29. garycooper says:

    U Jelly?

    “Jellyroll Man”
    –by Neil Young

    Well, if you’ve got the craving
    for some jellyroll
    You’ve got to have it right now
    Well, if you’ve got the craving
    for some jellyroll
    You’ve got to have it right now
    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’ve got to have it right now.

    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’ve got to have it right now.

    Well, if you’ve got the craving
    for some rock ‘n’ roll
    You’ve got to have it right now
    Well, if you’ve got the craving
    for some rock ‘n’ roll
    You’ve got to have it right now
    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’ve got to have it right now.

    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’m your jellyroll man
    I’ve got to have it right now.

  30. Silent Witness says:

    The gist of the story he tells is that people who fail to observe the faith drove him away from the faith. That’s where I have to call BS.

    There are plenty of people out there who profess to share my faith but fail to practice it. That has no effect whatever on whether it remains my faith and what indeed I would term righteous behavior. They may cause me to avoid their congregation, but they can’t diminish my faith by their failure.

    Were the story true, I would be forced to conclude that the author never had the faith to begin with.

  31. Daedalus says:

    OldLineTexan :

    He’s just displaced his anger at his ex-wife, his brother, and himself (and that’s a lot to bear) onto the convenient target of “the church”.

    Again, the key word is “fundies”.

    It’s an indicator that he bears the anger most of LGF directs at “safe” religions (i.e., Christianity and Judaism) for perceived or real grievances.

    I bet if soemoen wrote that about islam, they would be banned.

  32. Shiplord Kirel said

    “Back when my wife ran off with my brother…
    …the baggage actually suggested that God had induced this adulterous liaison to warn me away from my secularist ways. I soon noticed that most of the fundies I knew were somehow inclined to make excuses for the disgraced couple, while all the heathens, atheists, and general infidels I knew roundly condemned them. It was one of the things that drove me away from Christianity for 30 years.”

    notice what he’s actually saying here. i rejected what was likely a manifestation of forgiveness from the “fundies” (which may indeed have been poorly stated but which he appears to have had a bias against already – note use of “fundies”) and embraced the condemnation which he more clearly observed from the heathens, atheists, etc. Says alot about him, imo.

    • HE rejected not “i rejected”.

      and, in addition to the use of “fundies” (which as far as i have ever known always referred to fun underpants), he also referred to the woman as “baggage”. no bias there.

  33. Equable says:

    This is off topic (as most of my posts are) but I just read that Michelle Obama’s trips just this last year cost approximately ten million dollars.

    Dear God that’s obscene. They really look down their noses upon us as peasants.

  34. gizbot7 says:

    Totally OT, but I found this old post from a private thread interesting. CJ actually wants his minions to come over here and spy on us? I was also unaware that his life was threatened daily. That’s a lot of threats.

    345 Charles Wed, Oct 7, 2009 8:16:08pm reply
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    re: #337 Jimmah

    Exactly – we are not talking about them all the time – far from it.
    I hope that before long there will be so little connection between LGF and the
    stalker sites in terms of members that there will be very little occasion for
    mentioning them at all. But while they are still trying to fuck with this site and
    its community, and while there are still people here who seem to be so clueless
    in spotting this kind of behaviour – it seems to me that this kind of mockery –
    in the way of exposing theior idiocy and tactics – very much has a place.

    I agree. These people are threatening my life on a daily basis. I appreciate knowing what they are up to, and I don’t appreciate the pressure to make you stop exposing them.

    • OldLineTexan says:

      No sympathy from me for Stalker Charles or his pack of angry buttkissers.

    • OldLineTexan says:

      BTW, Jimmah would last ten posts here, max.

      Less at C2.

    • Bottle E. Fluid says:

      These people are threatening my life on a daily basis.

      Chuck. There are medications that can help.

    • gizbot7 says:

      That private thread has a lot of interesting information, but I am not posting the link because it has peoples personal information — not to mention one particularly sick accusation from our pal Gus and seconded by Icesleazle. It also links back to the page where CJ outed Rodan and Savage and CJ names names several times. Very classy stuff.

      • Formercorpsman says:

        That is interesting.

      • Bunk X says:

        Oh, come on, gizbot, share the strawberry. You can trust me. I won’t tell anybody.

      • snowcrash says:

        As long as it isn’t about me, put it out there. Sorry, can’t help myself.

      • Bottle E. Fluid says:

        Toss it in that bucket over there marked “anonymous”. That’s not Barrett’s strawberry bucket.

      • Bunk X says:

        If you still have a sock over there, you might want to avoid posting verbatim comments from secret threads.

      • gizbot7 says:

        This is from a thread posted on line by someone else, I just happened to trip over it looking for something else.

      • Bunk X says:

        Cool. That means you can post it with impunity.

      • gizbot7 says:

        I don’t want to post peoples names here unless they are okay with it even if they were outed before. It’s one thing for people to find it on their own but another for me to do it for them. That’s why I tried to just post some juicy bits but leave out the other stuff.

    • snowcrash says:

      Paranoid much? Lol Johnson is a kook.

    • Bottle E. Fluid says:

      I appreciate knowing what they are up to, and I don’t appreciate the pressure to make you stop exposing them.

      Translation: if you think stalking DoD is wring, and you want to keep your account, shaddup you mouth.

      • Bottle E. Fluid says:

        *wrong
        *wrung
        *weeeee

      • snowcrash says:

        I was going to say wring, wrang, wrong. But there can only be one grammar Nazi and it isn’t me. I haz no writing skillz.

      • gizbot7 says:

        Exactly. A few lizards were taken to task and accused of having sympathy for the devil.

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        re: #270 Jimmah

        Mocking them. Got a problem with that?

        I think you are giving them the undeserved attention they crave while lowering yourselves to their level.
        I don’t like it however you go right ahead, I’m not asking you to stop, but I truly believe it is counterproductive and just encourages them.

  35. gizbot7 says:

    Who knew Loody has a sense of humor?

    332 LudwigVanQuixote Wed, Oct 7, 2009 8:10:43pm reply

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    Umm attention all duecers.. I want to thank you for all the interest you have placed in me
    and speculations on my love life. For the record, Ice is not CJ’s gf, or even CJ.
    Ice is actually my devoted sex slave and we are awaiting Zombie to take photos of us
    having a good old fashioned spanking session.
    Ice, just to make them understand how real this is, call me Master one more time…

    ///

  36. Juan Epstein says:

    Your not a true Lizard until you’ve been mentioned here.

  37. Bunk X says:

    lol

  38. Zeus Crankypants says:

    Juan Epstein :

    http://www.newschannel5.com/story/15327093/federal-agents-raid-gibson-facilities-in-nashville-memphis

    This changes everything.

    What has this country come to? Wood Nazis… what next… ripping a toothpick out of your mouth?

  39. dej says:

    Bunk X :
    “Go to hell and smoke a turd, Chuck” is not a death threat.

    The “Go to hell” is good enough for Maxine Waters. Can you die from smoking a turd?

  40. beed says:

    It is sad that Shipload Kirel’s brother is much more attractive than he is.

  41. beed says:

    It is also sad that he phones syndicated radio shows under his lgf nic and greets the “lizard nation”. 99.89% of the listeners must have thought he was some kind of a Manson child.

  42. pat says:

    I think God is having a bit of trouble getting the message across. Let me help.
    “Loser”

  43. beed says:

    Another thing: He sounds really old, like he’s about to kick the bucket. I would advice him not to kick the bucket, but old people have a will of their own.

    • Pakimon says:

      I agree that he shouldn’t kick the bucket.

      For all he knows, it could be filled with orange colored turds ready for smoking.

      Given Chunky’s penchant for piss bottles and such, a “post digestive Cheeto repository receptacle” isn’t too much of a stretch.

  44. beed says:

    But it is a great thing that old sacks of coals care about the planet and the younger generation and shit, and I think we should recognize that people over 40 still have a lot to offer.

    • Bunk X says:

      22 Obdicut Thu, Aug 25, 2011 2:47:24pm replyquote
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      You’ve never read Thomas Acquinas, apparently. Or many other religious writers.

      Congrats, dude, you’ve turned a thread about the excess of religion into one defending it. Way to go.

      How about the excess of alcohol, autism and the criminal record, Obdicunt? No, that didn’t play into it. He had to have been a Christian, even though none of the news stories identify him as such. Pheeeew.

  45. beed says:

    The more I think about it, the more I realize that old people are a great resource.

  46. ISTE says:

    Handbag throwing contest!

  47. Zeus Crankypants says:

    Look… those crazy Fundies are at it again… quick Charles… put up a thread…

    According to a posting titled “Allah’s punishment on Americans” on the Shoumokh Al-Islam jihadi forum by someone writing under the name Abu Ibrahim, “Allah has struck New York and the capital city Washington by an earthquake as a punishment for their disbelief.”

    http://dailycaller.com/2011/08/24/online-islamist-east-coast-earthquake-allahs-punishment-on-americans/#ixzz1W5Eswd1r

    Oops… that was crazy Muslims, not crazy Fundies… my bad.

  48. beed says:

    Though I must stress: Even though they all look the same, old people can be as different from each other as you and I.

  49. Zeus Crankypants says:

    beed :

    Though I must stress: Even though they all look the same, old people can be as different from each other as you and I.

    Especially naked.

  50. beed says:

    Kragar is funny:

    17 Kragar (Proud to be Kafir)  
    Thu, Aug 25, 2011 3:47:21pm 7downupreport

    re: #8 BishopX

    I vote we nominate a Lizard to be an Apostle…

    I accept.

    1. Seeing Jesus personally.

    I live next to Jesus. Nice guy, has 2 kids my daughters play with

    2. Performing supernatural manifestations such as signs and wonders.

    I’ve cured a ham and heeled a dog

    6. Applying discipline, including excommunication.

    “I swear to God, if you and your sister make me come in there, you’ll both regret it!”

    10. Casting out demons.

    “You tell that little shit he’s never allowed in our house again.”

    12. Frequent fasting.

    I fast for 4-5 hours at a time every day.

    • That is wrong. Not funny….just wrong. A lizard to be Apostle? Of what athethism?

      /yeah cj gets death threats from us every day……calling lgf….little gnomes funhouse is not a death threat.
      Gee whine much do they?

  51. deleted says:

    beed :
    Yeah. They also give you candy and drive you places.

    Hey, if it weren’t for old strangers giving me candy and rides as a wee lad, I would have had no sexual experiences to speak of.

    /

  52. Bureaucat says:

    rightymouse :My Mother’s family is from New England. Lots of lines to the Mayflower. Am related to myself.

    Hey – you are my cousin! Probably about a dozen times over.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Mine as well!

    • Bunk X says:

      Well f*ck me!

      • ISTE says:

        Bunk X :
        Well f*ck me!

        Beed is asleep, you got a second choice?

      • Bunk X says:

        Dunno. Is you is, or is you ain’t my cousin?

      • ISTE says:

        My identity? Who am I?

        *really laughing* If only you knew Mr Bunk. Today I could not even prove I was who I was! Even though I was standing there with my whole life in my hand, a smile on my face and money in my pocket! That was not enough.

        However…. do not worry, I got an 18yo kid with a fake ID to go into the store to buy my beer.. *burp*

        (Identity theft? not worried, I can’t even steal my own!)

      • Bunk X says:

        I’m gonna parse 485 this weekend. Lemme know if you need a cheat sheet.

  53. poteen says:

    ISTE :

    poteen :
    Of course it’s hooey.
    The internet , for some , is a great place to practice creative writing skills. Gives them a life they can never have.

    Hey! Are you accusing Beed, Bunk and me of making shit up?

    Of course not. You don’t make shit up. You steal it, digitize it, organize it, weaponize it and fire it back at Charlie’s House of Spamcakes.

    • ISTE says:

      Yep!!! we enhance shit, we polish shit, we restore shit, we dig shit up but we never, NEVER make up shit!

      (well sometimes we make shit up… the breakfast was crap. Dry toast, the orange juice was from concentrate and the rose on the tray was wilted. that is why I did not invite him back to bed hoping he would make lunch….) 😉