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I called my Agency and they MAY have a job for me tomorrow!
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John Kuthe
2022-01-03 21:07:51 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)

John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Bruce
2022-01-03 21:57:42 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
We Dutch have a saying about guys like yous, which is KILL YOURSELF
you loser. no wife no partner no family no friends no job no money and
no hope for the future. Loser. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
Bruce 9
2022-01-05 19:41:48 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
We Dutch have a saying about guys like yous, which is KILL YOURSELF
you loser. no wife no partner no family no friends no job no money and
no hope for the future. Loser. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
Why do you keep saying that? Just go to friends or family for money.
He alienated what friends he had, and his family has disowned him...
Bruce 7
2022-01-05 20:52:16 UTC
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Post by John Kuthe
Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
We Dutch have a saying about guys like yous, which is KILL YOURSELF
you loser. no wife no partner no family no friends no job no money and
no hope for the future. Loser. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
Why do you keep saying that? Just go to friends or family for money.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
Dave Smith
2022-01-13 02:56:12 UTC
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On Wed, 5 Jan 2022 11:39:33 -0800 (PST), Transition Zone
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
We Dutch have a saying about guys like yous, which is KILL YOURSELF
you loser. no wife no partner no family no friends no job no money and
no hope for the future. Loser. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
Why do you keep saying that? Just go to friends or family for money.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
This is NOT my frogger.
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jmcquown
2022-01-03 22:07:17 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Oh, didn't you claim last week you're "financially secure"? In December
you blamed not finding a job on the holidays. And in another thread you
said you can't find a job NOW because of Covid. (You sure didn't step
up when the pandemic started and hospitals were in dire need of nurses.)
BSN = Bullshit Nurse.

Jill
Bruce
2022-01-04 01:19:26 UTC
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Post by John Kuthe
Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Oh, didn't you claim last week you're "financially secure"? In December
you blamed not finding a job on the holidays. And in another thread you
said you can't find a job NOW because of Covid. (You sure didn't step
up when the pandemic started and hospitals were in dire need of nurses.)
BSN = Bullshit Nurse.
Jill
This is not my frogger.
Bruce 3
2022-01-04 19:54:51 UTC
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On Tue, 4 Jan 2022 11:25:38 -0800 (PST), Bryan Simmons
Post by John Kuthe
Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
Your Sunday elixir ain't free.
Post by John Kuthe
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Oh, didn't you claim last week you're "financially secure"? In December
you blamed not finding a job on the holidays. And in another thread you
said you can't find a job NOW because of Covid. (You sure didn't step
up when the pandemic started and hospitals were in dire need of nurses.)
BSN = Bullshit Nurse.
When nurses were needed, the coward cowered.
Hehe... all true.
Should we place bets what goes on the market first. I'm thinking Baby
2. He may even get $500 for it.
Cars are selling for crazy high prices right now.
--Bryan
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
Sqwertz
2022-01-04 23:46:27 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Oh, didn't you claim last week you're "financially secure"? In December
you blamed not finding a job on the holidays. And in another thread you
said you can't find a job NOW because of Covid. (You sure didn't step
up when the pandemic started and hospitals were in dire need of nurses.)
BSN = Bullshit Nurse.
Hehe... all true.
Should we place bets what goes on the market first. I'm thinking Baby
2. He may even get $500 for it.
Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.

-sw
John Kuthe
2022-01-05 00:17:47 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!


John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Jeßus
2022-01-05 06:24:05 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
LOL. 70 miles.
Gary
2022-01-05 13:55:59 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
LOL. 70 miles.
Didn't he use to say about 20 miles. Regardless, his battery is going
south and a new one can be quite expensive.
Bruce 8
2022-01-05 19:06:11 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
LOL. 70 miles.
Didn't he use to say about 20 miles. Regardless, his battery is going
south and a new one can be quite expensive.
Ghe Ghe Ghe

This is my frogger.
Dave Smith
2022-01-05 15:27:13 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
LOL. 70 miles.
Wow. It sounds like that battery is toast.
Bruce 7
2022-01-05 18:10:00 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
LOL. 70 miles.
Wow. It sounds like that battery is toast.
Very smart way to make the car talk on topic.
Bruce 7
2022-01-05 18:38:28 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
LOL. 70 miles.
Wow. It sounds like that battery is toast.
Very smart way to make the car talk on topic.
Ghe Ghe Ghe

This is my frogger.
Jeßus
2022-01-05 20:32:36 UTC
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On Wed, 5 Jan 2022 10:27:13 -0500, Dave Smith
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
LOL. 70 miles.
Wow. It sounds like that battery is toast.
A quick Google says:
"What is the real range of a Nissan Leaf? 168 miles"

Presumably the later the model Leaf, the greater the range has
increased. But 70 miles suggests John's battery is slowly failing. We
went into town yesterday and had we used John's Leaf, we would have
barely made it, let alone return home.

Many other brands of EVs have much better range, though.
Dave Smith
2022-01-13 02:56:06 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
LOL. 70 miles.
Wow. It sounds like that battery is toast.
"What is the real range of a Nissan Leaf? 168 miles"
Presumably the later the model Leaf, the greater the range has
increased. But 70 miles suggests John's battery is slowly failing. We
went into town yesterday and had we used John's Leaf, we would have
barely made it, let alone return home.
Many other brands of EVs have much better range, though.
This is NOT my frogger.
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Dave Smith
2022-01-15 17:19:24 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
LOL. 70 miles.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Sqwertz
2022-01-05 09:36:44 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
Yet teh 24KWH battery should get you 80-100. And you've run out of
electricity twice now, having to be towed. Bye bye Leaf! Save the
disposal charge and just drive into the Missouri river.

It's the original battery. How many miles on the car?

-sw
Bruce 6
2022-01-05 11:47:31 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
Yet teh 24KWH battery should get you 80-100. And you've run out of
electricity twice now, having to be towed. Bye bye Leaf! Save the
disposal charge and just drive into the Missouri river.
It's the original battery. How many miles on the car?
-sw
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
Bruce 8
2022-01-05 21:05:07 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
Reminds me of the joke about the man who jumps off the top of the
Empire State Building.
As he passes an open window he shouts "So far, so good!"
Can you go into more detail? I don't get it
Bruce 7
2022-01-05 21:16:35 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
Reminds me of the joke about the man who jumps off the top of the
Empire State Building.
As he passes an open window he shouts "So far, so good!"
Can you go into more detail? I don't get it
Ghe Ghe Ghe
Sqwertz
2022-01-06 06:04:21 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
Reminds me of the joke about the man who jumps off the top of the
Empire State Building.
As he passes an open window he shouts "So far, so good!"
I don't get it. The windows on the Empire State Building don't
open.

-sw
Arn0
2022-01-06 06:07:24 UTC
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Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
Reminds me of the joke about the man who jumps off the top of the
Empire State Building.
As he passes an open window he shouts "So far, so good!"
I don't get it. The windows on the Empire State Building don't
open.
He didn't have time to notice.
Dave Smith
2022-01-10 21:43:06 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
In the first decade of the twentieth century, the new entertainment medium of motion pictures exploded in the tastebuds of
an eager public, a visual gelato for a nickel an hour to take them away from the pressures of their lives.
The first cinemas were little more than converted storefronts; a screen or a sheet tacked to the wall at one end and
a projector at the other, with scattered seats in between and no toilets.
There were reports that some patrons became so transfixed by the projected images that they remained in their seats
and relieved themselves on the floor, rather than go out to a public toilet.
Often there was only one exit, which exacerbated another potential health hazard. 35 MM film was made of cellulose nitrate, which
was highly inflammable. If the film jammed in the projector gate, the heat from the projector’s beam could cause it to catch
fire within seconds and burn for hours. In 1897 a nitrate fire at a Paris venue killed 140 patrons.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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dsi1
2022-01-10 22:37:52 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
I used to take my son over to Pearl City every day. That was around 16 miles. A round trip would be about 32 miles. An electric car would have worked out just spiffy - even if it only had a 70 mile range.
Dave Smith
2022-01-10 23:52:53 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
I used to take my son over to Pearl City every day. That was around 16 miles. A round trip would be about 32 miles. An electric car would have worked out just spiffy - even if it only had a 70 mile range.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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dsi1
2022-01-10 22:51:38 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
In the first decade of the twentieth century, the new entertainment medium of motion pictures exploded in the tastebuds of
an eager public, a visual gelato for a nickel an hour to take them away from the pressures of their lives.
The first cinemas were little more than converted storefronts; a screen or a sheet tacked to the wall at one end and
a projector at the other, with scattered seats in between and no toilets.
There were reports that some patrons became so transfixed by the projected images that they remained in their seats
and relieved themselves on the floor, rather than go out to a public toilet.
Often there was only one exit, which exacerbated another potential health hazard. 35 MM film was made of cellulose nitrate, which
was highly inflammable. If the film jammed in the projector gate, the heat from the projector’s beam could cause it to catch
fire within seconds and burn for hours. In 1897 a nitrate fire at a Paris venue killed 140 patrons.
Celluloid is some pretty wonderful stuff. It was originally used as a replacement for ivory billiard balls but was also used for a replacement for ivory on piano keys. The uses of celluloid exploded during the late 19th century as it was used in new fangled, brightly colored, plastic jewelry, and film stock. Celluloid guitar picks are awesome collectors items. To test for celluloid, you shave off a little be to see if it ignites. Therein lie the problem with celluloid - it's too flammable for modern times.


Bruce
2022-01-21 01:48:42 UTC
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Post by Sqwertz
Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
In the first decade of the twentieth century, the new entertainment medium of motion pictures exploded in the tastebuds of
an eager public, a visual gelato for a nickel an hour to take them away from the pressures of their lives.
The first cinemas were little more than converted storefronts; a screen or a sheet tacked to the wall at one end and
a projector at the other, with scattered seats in between and no toilets.
There were reports that some patrons became so transfixed by the projected images that they remained in their seats
and relieved themselves on the floor, rather than go out to a public toilet.
Often there was only one exit, which exacerbated another potential health hazard. 35 MM film was made of cellulose nitrate, which
was highly inflammable. If the film jammed in the projector gate, the heat from the projector’s beam could cause it to catch
fire within seconds and burn for hours. In 1897 a nitrate fire at a Paris venue killed 140 patrons.
Celluloid is some pretty wonderful stuff. It was originally used as a replacement for ivory billiard balls but was also used for a replacement for ivory on piano keys. The uses of celluloid exploded during the late 19th century as it was used in new fangled, brightly colored, plastic jewelry, and film stock. Celluloid guitar picks are awesome collectors items. To test for celluloid, you shave off a little be to see if it ignites. Therein lie the problem with celluloid - it's too flammable for modern times.
http://youtu.be/qLGjjHXyiOQ
Uhm Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
Dave Smith
2022-01-13 17:43:28 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Dave Smith
2022-01-14 00:42:10 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
You'd probably get lots more miles if you stopped all that street
racing.
Maybe after everybody in da Loo finally realizes that your leaf is
the fastest car in the universe.
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is NOT my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe
:)))))))))))
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Dave Smith
2022-01-14 17:51:12 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
Nope! My Leaf's battery is just fine! 70 miles per charge still!
Reminds me of the joke about the man who jumps off the top of the
Empire State Building.
As he passes an open window he shouts "So far, so good!"
Janet UK
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is NOT my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe
:)))))))))))
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Janet
2022-01-05 12:59:01 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace.
Which is more than half of his bank account right now.

By the time his Leaf battery dies, he won't have enough cash left to
get a new one fitted. RIP Leaf.

Which is why he still keeps gas-guzzler "Baby", of course.

When he crashes Baby he'll be begging a discarded wreck from Trewly
Desperate Vehicals.


Janet UK
Michael Trew
2022-01-05 17:37:37 UTC
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When he crashes Baby he'll be begging a discarded wreck from Trewly
Desperate Vehicals.
Janet UK
LOL!! I'm open for business... Maybe Popeye needs himself a new
vehical also!
Bruce 7
2022-01-05 18:26:37 UTC
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Post by Janet
When he crashes Baby he'll be begging a discarded wreck from Trewly
Desperate Vehicals.
Janet UK
LOL!! I'm open for business... Maybe Popeye needs himself a new
vehical also!
Do you also sell brakes?
Bruce 7
2022-01-05 18:36:59 UTC
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Post by Janet
When he crashes Baby he'll be begging a discarded wreck from Trewly
Desperate Vehicals.
Janet UK
LOL!! I'm open for business... Maybe Popeye needs himself a new
vehical also!
Do you also sell brakes?
Ghe Ghe Ghe

This is my frogger.
Bruce 7
2022-01-05 20:55:30 UTC
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Post by Janet
When he crashes Baby he'll be begging a discarded wreck from Trewly
Desperate Vehicals.
Janet UK
LOL!! I'm open for business... Maybe Popeye needs himself a new
vehical also!
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
Sqwertz
2022-01-06 06:12:54 UTC
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Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace.
Which is more than half of his bank account right now.
I didn't see his claim, but wasn't his claim of $10K over 2 months
ago? That was $640 worth of prostaglandin ago. Plus the weed, the
personal property taxes, the exterminator, the upcoming real
property taxes ($4,200), utilities during winter, all those beans
and rice, asparagus in the off season...
Post by Janet
By the time his Leaf battery dies, he won't have enough cash left to
get a new one fitted. RIP Leaf.
Missouri river fish food.
Post by Janet
When he crashes Baby he'll be begging a discarded wreck from Trewly
Desperate Vehicals.
I started to look that up, duh!

-sw
GM
2022-01-21 20:45:57 UTC
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Post by Sqwertz
Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace.
Which is more than half of his bank account right now.
I didn't see his claim, but wasn't his claim of $10K over 2 months
ago? That was $640 worth of prostaglandin ago. Plus the weed, the
personal property taxes, the exterminator, the upcoming real
property taxes ($4,200), utilities during winter, all those beans
and rice, asparagus in the off season...
Post by Janet
By the time his Leaf battery dies, he won't have enough cash left to
get a new one fitted. RIP Leaf.
Missouri river fish food.
Post by Janet
When he crashes Baby he'll be begging a discarded wreck from Trewly
Desperate Vehicals.
I started to look that up, duh!
-sw
Uhm Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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2022-01-13 02:54:48 UTC
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Post by Sqwertz
Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace.
Which is more than half of his bank account right now.
By the time his Leaf battery dies, he won't have enough cash left to
get a new one fitted. RIP Leaf.
Which is why he still keeps gas-guzzler "Baby", of course.
When he crashes Baby he'll be begging a discarded wreck from Trewly
Desperate Vehicals.
Janet UK
This is NOT my frogger.
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2022-01-13 02:53:31 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Oh, didn't you claim last week you're "financially secure"? In December
you blamed not finding a job on the holidays. And in another thread you
said you can't find a job NOW because of Covid. (You sure didn't step
up when the pandemic started and hospitals were in dire need of nurses.)
BSN = Bullshit Nurse.
Hehe... all true.
Should we place bets what goes on the market first. I'm thinking Baby
2. He may even get $500 for it.
Bah, he just paid $20 in personal property taxes for Baby II a few
weeks ago. And he's gonna need that since his Leaf battery is about
shot and it costs $4K-$6K to replace. That's an expensive tank of
gas.
-sw
This is NOT my frogger.
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Dave Smith
2022-01-08 18:51:35 UTC
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Post by John Kuthe
Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Oh, didn't you claim last week you're "financially secure"? In December
you blamed not finding a job on the holidays. And in another thread you
said you can't find a job NOW because of Covid. (You sure didn't step
up when the pandemic started and hospitals were in dire need of nurses.)
BSN = Bullshit Nurse.
Hehe... all true.
Should we place bets what goes on the market first. I'm thinking Baby
2. He may even get $500 for it.
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Bruce
2022-01-04 01:20:43 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Nope, as a nurse, you are *DONE*
No job for you, ever again.
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
Bryan Simmons
2022-01-04 09:39:40 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Nope, as a nurse, you are *DONE*
No job for you, ever again.
Sorry, Mr. Kuthe. We Googled you, and it appears that you're
a pervert.

NO! BRYAN is the PERVERT!

Who is Bryan?

He's the pervert, not me!

We don't know who this Bryan is, be we can't place you.

But I need this job! I'll be poor! POOR!

Mr. Kuthe, we're going to have to ask you to leave.

But BRYAN is the PERVERT! You should ask HIM to leave.

Sir, there's no Bryan here. Do I need to call security?

--Bryan
Hank Rogers
2022-01-04 18:24:51 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Nope, as a nurse, you are *DONE*
No job for you, ever again.
Sorry, Mr. Kuthe. We Googled you, and it appears that you're
a pervert.
NO! BRYAN is the PERVERT!
Who is Bryan?
He's the pervert, not me!
We don't know who this Bryan is, be we can't place you.
But I need this job! I'll be poor! POOR!
Mr. Kuthe, we're going to have to ask you to leave.
But BRYAN is the PERVERT! You should ask HIM to leave.
Sir, there's no Bryan here. Do I need to call security?
If you do, I'll come back with my UZI, wearing purple panties.
Bruce 9
2022-01-05 19:31:31 UTC
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Post by John Kuthe
Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Nope, as a nurse, you are *DONE*
No job for you, ever again.
Sorry, Mr. Kuthe. We Googled you, and it appears that you're
a pervert.
NO! BRYAN is the PERVERT!
Who is Bryan?
He's the pervert, not me!
We don't know who this Bryan is, be we can't place you.
But I need this job! I'll be poor! POOR!
Mr. Kuthe, we're going to have to ask you to leave.
But BRYAN is the PERVERT! You should ask HIM to leave.
Sir, there's no Bryan here. Do I need to call security?
If you do, I'll come back with my UZI, wearing purple panties.
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
Sqwertz
2022-01-05 00:21:40 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
And "tomorrow" has just closed for today. Did they let you choose
from a dozen or so new pediatric pitienst, or did you just let
choose one for you?

Go donate plasma, you shithead. Since I had some down time over the
holidays, I'm traveling 6+ hours (on a GOOD day) to get those "New
Donor bonuses" ($150 x 8 donations) at a new plasma collection
company across town twice a week. You can get to the same company in
only 15 mintutes (CSL Plasma on New Halls Ferry). That's $100/hour
for you, 3 hours a week (2 donations @ 1.5/hours including travel
time).

But you'd rather stay home and do absolutely nothing but spend money
on dope (supposedly - I'm doubting that) and your boner pills.

-sw
Dave Smith
2022-01-14 00:41:57 UTC
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Post by John Kuthe
Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
And "tomorrow" has just closed for today. Did they let you choose
from a dozen or so new pediatric pitienst, or did you just let
choose one for you?
Go donate plasma, you shithead. Since I had some down time over the
holidays, I'm traveling 6+ hours (on a GOOD day) to get those "New
Donor bonuses" ($150 x 8 donations) at a new plasma collection
company across town twice a week. You can get to the same company in
only 15 mintutes (CSL Plasma on New Halls Ferry). That's $100/hour
time).
But you'd rather stay home and do absolutely nothing but spend money
on dope (supposedly - I'm doubting that) and your boner pills.
-sw
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is NOT my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe
:)))))))))))
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Bruce 10
2022-01-05 18:20:59 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Wut?
i***@webtv.net
2022-01-08 22:24:52 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
I thought you were rich! Rich!! RICH!!!

But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
Dave Smith
2022-01-08 23:03:16 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
I thought you were rich! Rich!! RICH!!!
But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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2022-01-08 23:26:04 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
Dave Smith
2022-01-08 23:30:20 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
You have to admit: it's a start!
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2022-01-09 00:16:44 UTC
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Post by i***@webtv.net
But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
You have to admit: it's a start!
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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jmcquown
2022-01-08 23:57:03 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
No, really, he wants a job. That's why he's applied to become a
Surrogate Mother. The posting was on Craigslist so of course he's
qualified! ;)

Jill
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 00:15:48 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
No, really, he wants a job. That's why he's applied to become a
Surrogate Mother. The posting was on Craigslist so of course he's
qualified! ;)
Jill
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Jeßus
2022-01-09 20:18:55 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
No, really, he wants a job. That's why he's applied to become a
Surrogate Mother. The posting was on Craigslist so of course he's
qualified! ;)
That was surreal, even for John.
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 20:31:18 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
No, really, he wants a job. That's why he's applied to become a
Surrogate Mother. The posting was on Craigslist so of course he's
qualified! ;)
That was surreal, even for John.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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2022-01-09 00:16:55 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Bryan Simmons
2022-01-09 00:17:33 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
This job is perfect for him.
https://stlouis.craigslist.org/fbh/d/baker-position-available/7428620921.html
He's qualified. He did that for years, and was very good at it.
His only other viable choices are Social Security, a lower paid,
less skilled job, or suicide. I figure that he'll blow off this
opportunity and have to start taking Social Security. As much
as I hate John, I think that I hate involuntary unemployment
more. The lowest scoundrel should not be denied a job that
they are qualified for.

--Bryan
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 03:59:43 UTC
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Post by Bryan Simmons
Post by i***@webtv.net
But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
This job is perfect for him.
https://stlouis.craigslist.org/fbh/d/baker-position-available/7428620921.html
He's qualified. He did that for years, and was very good at it.
His only other viable choices are Social Security, a lower paid,
less skilled job, or suicide. I figure that he'll blow off this
opportunity and have to start taking Social Security. As much
as I hate John, I think that I hate involuntary unemployment
more. The lowest scoundrel should not be denied a job that
they are qualified for.
--Bryan
Uhm, Dit is mijn kikker. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
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2022-01-09 18:01:36 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
This job is perfect for him.
https://stlouis.craigslist.org/fbh/d/baker-position-available/7428620921.html
He's qualified. He did that for years, and was very good at it.
His only other viable choices are Social Security, a lower paid,
less skilled job, or suicide. I figure that he'll blow off this
opportunity and have to start taking Social Security. As much
as I hate John, I think that I hate involuntary unemployment
more. The lowest scoundrel should not be denied a job that
they are qualified for.
--Bryan
Thank you, Bryan.
Jill
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Dave Smith
2022-01-09 20:27:35 UTC
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As much
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as I hate John, I think that I hate involuntary unemployment
more. The lowest scoundrel should not be denied a job that
they are qualified for.
Thank you, Bryan.
Bizarre point of view, IMO.
Wanting John DEAD but WISHES John has a job. OK...
And Jill thanking Bryan for his mental illness. She's going downhill
fast.
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Dave Smith
2022-01-09 20:28:59 UTC
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Post by Dave Smith
Post by Bryan Simmons
As much
Post by Bryan Simmons
as I hate John, I think that I hate involuntary unemployment
more. The lowest scoundrel should not be denied a job that
they are qualified for.
Thank you, Bryan.
Bizarre point of view, IMO.
Wanting John DEAD but WISHES John has a job. OK...
And Jill thanking Bryan for his mental illness. She's going downhill
fast.
Uhm, Dit is mijn kikker. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
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2022-01-09 20:30:49 UTC
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As much
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as I hate John, I think that I hate involuntary unemployment
more. The lowest scoundrel should not be denied a job that
they are qualified for.
Thank you, Bryan.
Bizarre point of view, IMO.
Wanting John DEAD but WISHES John has a job. OK...
I wonder if Brine wishes Trump remains employed.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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jmcquown
2022-01-10 23:44:57 UTC
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As much
Post by Bryan Simmons
as I hate John, I think that I hate involuntary unemployment
more. The lowest scoundrel should not be denied a job that
they are qualified for.
Thank you, Bryan.
Bizarre point of view, IMO.
Wanting John DEAD but WISHES John has a job. OK...
I wonder if Brine wishes Trump remains employed.
It was the one thing Brian said that was someone positive. Don't give a
shit what you or he thinks about Trump. Non sequiter.

Jill
Jeßus
2022-01-09 20:18:24 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
He doesn't want to work, unless it gives him access to the vulnerable,
i.e, the elderly or very young.

Unless it involves either one of those groups of people, you will note
he has zero interest in pursuing work. And the opposite applies for
those jobs he DOES show an interest in.
i***@webtv.net
2022-01-09 20:29:17 UTC
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I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
He doesn't want to work, unless it gives him access to the vulnerable,
i.e, the elderly or very young.
Unless it involves either one of those groups of people, you will note
he has zero interest in pursuing work. And the opposite applies for
those jobs he DOES show an interest in.
I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 20:30:26 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
He doesn't want to work, unless it gives him access to the vulnerable,
i.e, the elderly or very young.
Unless it involves either one of those groups of people, you will note
he has zero interest in pursuing work. And the opposite applies for
those jobs he DOES show an interest in.
I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Jeßus
2022-01-09 20:34:09 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
He doesn't want to work, unless it gives him access to the vulnerable,
i.e, the elderly or very young.
Unless it involves either one of those groups of people, you will note
he has zero interest in pursuing work. And the opposite applies for
those jobs he DOES show an interest in.
I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Bryan Simmons
2022-01-09 20:54:21 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
He doesn't want to work, unless it gives him access to the vulnerable,
i.e, the elderly or very young.
Unless it involves either one of those groups of people, you will note
he has zero interest in pursuing work. And the opposite applies for
those jobs he DOES show an interest in.
I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
It's an American thing. You wouldn't understand.

--Bryan
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 21:02:51 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
Post by i***@webtv.net
Post by Jeßus
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
He doesn't want to work, unless it gives him access to the vulnerable,
i.e, the elderly or very young.
Unless it involves either one of those groups of people, you will note
he has zero interest in pursuing work. And the opposite applies for
those jobs he DOES show an interest in.
I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
It's an American thing. You wouldn't understand.
Maybe Americans use cheerleaders dressed as bears for basketball
matches.
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i***@webtv.net
2022-01-09 21:06:15 UTC
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.

That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 21:08:56 UTC
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
Nothing wrong with that. Did you expect him to read Shakespeare with
the child?
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2022-01-09 21:27:04 UTC
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Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
Nothing wrong with that. Did you expect him to read Shakespeare with
the child?
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Well frog, no I did not expect him to read Shakespeare to the child.
However, I don't think anyone here expected such glee when describing
the engrossing game.
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 21:29:44 UTC
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Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
Nothing wrong with that. Did you expect him to read Shakespeare with
the child?
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Well frog, no I did not expect him to read Shakespeare to the child.
However, I don't think anyone here expected such glee when describing
the engrossing game.
Some people need to watch movies, some need to play computer games,
some need to go bungee jumping and some need to throw a bear in a
basket. RFC needs to be an inclusive newsgroup.
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Bryan Simmons
2022-01-09 22:28:20 UTC
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
Nothing wrong with that. Did you expect him to read Shakespeare with
the child?
Of course not! Chaucer.
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Jeßus
2022-01-09 21:46:52 UTC
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
Yeah, I do recall him mentioning basketbear, thanks for the extra
details.
Bryan Simmons
2022-01-09 23:02:27 UTC
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
Yeah, I do recall him mentioning basketbear, thanks for the extra
details.
There is a baker job on Craigslist that he is well qualified for:
______________________________________
FULL-TIME BAKER.

I have 1 Baker retiring , You will work nights, weekends, and holidays.
Working conditions are clean , warm in the winter, and air conditioned in
the summer. Experienced bakers pay is negotiable , None experienced
and experienced bakers will be trained to suit. Must be 18 years of age
or older for insurance Purposes.

APPLY IN PERSON AT
Fenton Olde Towne Donuts.
67 Fenton Plaza
Fenton, MO. 63026
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Closed Only on Weekdays from 1:30 pm. to 8:00 pm. and open all other
days and times.
Full time pay starts at $14.00 per hr.
After you are trained you should gross at least $ 30,000 a year. 401k
after 1 year and vacation.
______________________________________

If he doesn't jump at this, he doesn't really want to *work*. He just
wants contact with children. It's the exact job he did, and did very
well, when he was in his twenties.

--Bryan
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 23:07:32 UTC
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<snip job ad>>
Post by Bryan Simmons
If he doesn't jump at this, he doesn't really want to *work*. He just
wants contact with children. It's the exact job he did, and did very
well, when he was in his twenties.
Bryan thinks he's found a job for John and because Bryan finds himself
incredibly important, he can't imagine that John doesn't "jump at
this" :)

John, how can you say No to a job BRYAN found! Yes, BRYAN! Incredibly
important man BRYAN!
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Dave Smith
2022-01-09 23:16:00 UTC
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On Sun, 9 Jan 2022 15:02:27 -0800 (PST), Bryan Simmons
Post by Bryan Simmons
______________________________________
<snip job ad>>
Post by Bryan Simmons
If he doesn't jump at this, he doesn't really want to *work*. He just
wants contact with children. It's the exact job he did, and did very
well, when he was in his twenties.
Bryan thinks he's found a job for John and because Bryan finds himself
incredibly important, he can't imagine that John doesn't "jump at
this" :)
John, how can you say No to a job BRYAN found! Yes, BRYAN! Incredibly
important man BRYAN!
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Bryan Simmons
2022-01-10 07:34:39 UTC
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<snip job ad>>
Post by Bryan Simmons
If he doesn't jump at this, he doesn't really want to *work*. He just
wants contact with children. It's the exact job he did, and did very
well, when he was in his twenties.
Bryan thinks he's found a job for John and because Bryan finds himself
incredibly important, he can't imagine that John doesn't "jump at
this" :)
John, how can you say No to a job BRYAN found! Yes, BRYAN! Incredibly
important man BRYAN!
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I didn't find it for him. No doubt he'd already see it. What I did
was call attention to it so that everyone here can see if John
truly needs a job, or just wants to touch children. I *would*
hope he'd prove himself to be less of a maggot that he seems,
and even a maggot can do useful things. Even you, Bruce.

--Bryan
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 23:18:02 UTC
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
Yeah, I do recall him mentioning basketbear, thanks for the extra
details.
______________________________________
FULL-TIME BAKER.
I have 1 Baker retiring , You will work nights, weekends, and holidays.
Working conditions are clean , warm in the winter, and air conditioned in
the summer. Experienced bakers pay is negotiable , None experienced
and experienced bakers will be trained to suit. Must be 18 years of age
or older for insurance Purposes.
APPLY IN PERSON AT
Fenton Olde Towne Donuts.
67 Fenton Plaza
Fenton, MO. 63026
Closed Only on Weekdays from 1:30 pm. to 8:00 pm. and open all other
days and times.
Full time pay starts at $14.00 per hr.
After you are trained you should gross at least $ 30,000 a year. 401k
after 1 year and vacation.
______________________________________
If he doesn't jump at this, he doesn't really want to *work*. He just
wants contact with children. It's the exact job he did, and did very
well, when he was in his twenties.
--Bryan
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Michael Trew
2022-01-10 01:29:10 UTC
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
Yeah, I do recall him mentioning basketbear, thanks for the extra
details.
______________________________________
FULL-TIME BAKER.
I have 1 Baker retiring , You will work nights, weekends, and holidays.
Working conditions are clean , warm in the winter, and air conditioned in
the summer. Experienced bakers pay is negotiable , None experienced
and experienced bakers will be trained to suit. Must be 18 years of age
or older for insurance Purposes.
APPLY IN PERSON AT
Fenton Olde Towne Donuts.
67 Fenton Plaza
Fenton, MO. 63026
Closed Only on Weekdays from 1:30 pm. to 8:00 pm. and open all other
days and times.
Full time pay starts at $14.00 per hr.
After you are trained you should gross at least $ 30,000 a year. 401k
after 1 year and vacation.
______________________________________
If he doesn't jump at this, he doesn't really want to *work*. He just
wants contact with children. It's the exact job he did, and did very
well, when he was in his twenties.
--Bryan
$14/hr for making donuts... Honestly, if it were right in town, I'd be
seriously tempted myself. There is a donut shop in walking distance of
my house, but they seem to only hire family. My only trouble is working
weekends. I had to turn down a ton of part time jobs for that requirement.
Dave Smith
2022-01-10 08:19:25 UTC
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Post by i***@webtv.net
I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
Yeah, I do recall him mentioning basketbear, thanks for the extra
details.
______________________________________
FULL-TIME BAKER.
I have 1 Baker retiring , You will work nights, weekends, and holidays.
Working conditions are clean , warm in the winter, and air conditioned in
the summer. Experienced bakers pay is negotiable , None experienced
and experienced bakers will be trained to suit. Must be 18 years of age
or older for insurance Purposes.
APPLY IN PERSON AT
Fenton Olde Towne Donuts.
67 Fenton Plaza
Fenton, MO. 63026
Closed Only on Weekdays from 1:30 pm. to 8:00 pm. and open all other
days and times.
Full time pay starts at $14.00 per hr.
After you are trained you should gross at least $ 30,000 a year. 401k
after 1 year and vacation.
______________________________________
If he doesn't jump at this, he doesn't really want to *work*. He just
wants contact with children. It's the exact job he did, and did very
well, when he was in his twenties.
--Bryan
$14/hr for making donuts... Honestly, if it were right in town, I'd be
seriously tempted myself. There is a donut shop in walking distance of
my house, but they seem to only hire family. My only trouble is working
weekends. I had to turn down a ton of part time jobs for that requirement.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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i***@webtv.net
2022-01-10 03:34:01 UTC
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Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
Yeah, I do recall him mentioning basketbear, thanks for the extra
details.
You're welcome!
Dave Smith
2022-01-10 19:02:38 UTC
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Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
Yeah, I do recall him mentioning basketbear, thanks for the extra
details.
You're welcome!
This is not my frogger.

Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe.
jmcquown
2022-01-11 00:08:24 UTC
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
Yes, it was tossing around a stuffed teddy bear rather than a ball. It
was not a sexual innuendo as much as Brian may try to insinuate. John
called it playing "Basketbear". Along with babysitting this kid I think
he sometimes served him lunch. It didn't last long and there were many
confusing stories about why the employment ended. The family lost their
government health benefits. No, wait, the kid was going to start
school. Then GRANNY was going to call him for after shool. Never happened.
Post by i***@webtv.net
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
John is delusional. At best, he's cockeyed optimist. LOL

Jill
Bryan Simmons
2022-01-13 20:50:03 UTC
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
He doesn't really want basketbear. He's willing to accept a boy, but
what he really wants is a girl client. He may be a pedophile, but he's
not gay.
Post by i***@webtv.net
Post by Jeßus
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
Yes, it was tossing around a stuffed teddy bear rather than a ball. It
was not a sexual innuendo as much as Brian may try to insinuate. John
called it playing "Basketbear". Along with babysitting this kid I think
he sometimes served him lunch. It didn't last long and there were many
confusing stories about why the employment ended. The family lost their
government health benefits. No, wait, the kid was going to start
school. Then GRANNY was going to call him for after shool. Never happened.
Post by i***@webtv.net
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
I NEVER SUGGESTED that basketbear had any sexual component. Not
once. Don't you fucking have any degree of memory left? You can't even
spell my name. Just shut the fuck up about me if you don't have the
brains to get shit straight.

What I would do is when others would deride Kuthe for basketbear, I'd
post replies like these:
____________________________________
Have you ever inspired a disabled child to dream that he could
one day aspire to be a basketbear Olympian?
Yeah, that's what I thought.

Have *you* ever won a game of basketbear by sinking a 3-pointer at the
buzzer? Yeah. That's what I thought.

Have *you* ever been voted MVP of the National Basketbear League?
Yeah. That's what I thought.

Maybe, but have you ever sunk 17 straight free throws with a basketbear?
Yeah. That's what I thought.
____________________________________

There were a bunch of others in that format, but those 4 were easy to find.
Jill
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2022-01-13 21:28:10 UTC
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
He doesn't really want basketbear. He's willing to accept a boy, but
what he really wants is a girl client. He may be a pedophile, but he's
not gay.
Post by i***@webtv.net
Post by Jeßus
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
Yes, it was tossing around a stuffed teddy bear rather than a ball. It
was not a sexual innuendo as much as Brian may try to insinuate. John
called it playing "Basketbear". Along with babysitting this kid I think
he sometimes served him lunch. It didn't last long and there were many
confusing stories about why the employment ended. The family lost their
government health benefits. No, wait, the kid was going to start
school. Then GRANNY was going to call him for after shool. Never happened.
Post by i***@webtv.net
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
I NEVER SUGGESTED that basketbear had any sexual component. Not
once. Don't you fucking have any degree of memory left? You can't even
spell my name. Just shut the fuck up about me if you don't have the
brains to get shit straight.
What I would do is when others would deride Kuthe for basketbear, I'd
____________________________________
Have you ever inspired a disabled child to dream that he could
one day aspire to be a basketbear Olympian?
Yeah, that's what I thought.
Have *you* ever won a game of basketbear by sinking a 3-pointer at the
buzzer? Yeah. That's what I thought.
Have *you* ever been voted MVP of the National Basketbear League?
Yeah. That's what I thought.
Maybe, but have you ever sunk 17 straight free throws with a basketbear?
Yeah. That's what I thought.
____________________________________
There were a bunch of others in that format, but those 4 were easy to find.
"Some people are like Slinkies
They don't really have a purpose
But they still bring a smile to your face
When you push them down the stairs"

- Jack Handey


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2022-01-15 23:18:38 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
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I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
He doesn't really want basketbear. He's willing to accept a boy, but
what he really wants is a girl client. He may be a pedophile, but he's
not gay.
Post by i***@webtv.net
Post by Jeßus
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Several months ago he snagged a juvenile nursing job for about
2 weeks or so. The kid had a stuffed (small?) teddy bear and
they'd play a game of tossing the bear into a basket. This game
kept both of them entertained for hours.
Yes, it was tossing around a stuffed teddy bear rather than a ball. It
was not a sexual innuendo as much as Brian may try to insinuate. John
called it playing "Basketbear". Along with babysitting this kid I think
he sometimes served him lunch. It didn't last long and there were many
confusing stories about why the employment ended. The family lost their
government health benefits. No, wait, the kid was going to start
school. Then GRANNY was going to call him for after shool. Never happened.
Post by i***@webtv.net
That's been the extent of his employment for the last 12 months.
But there's always a job "in the next few days/next week" that never
comes to fruition.
I NEVER SUGGESTED that basketbear had any sexual component. Not
once. Don't you fucking have any degree of memory left? You can't even
spell my name. Just shut the fuck up about me if you don't have the
brains to get shit straight.
What I would do is when others would deride Kuthe for basketbear, I'd
____________________________________
Have you ever inspired a disabled child to dream that he could
one day aspire to be a basketbear Olympian?
Yeah, that's what I thought.
Have *you* ever won a game of basketbear by sinking a 3-pointer at the
buzzer? Yeah. That's what I thought.
Have *you* ever been voted MVP of the National Basketbear League?
Yeah. That's what I thought.
Maybe, but have you ever sunk 17 straight free throws with a basketbear?
Yeah. That's what I thought.
____________________________________
There were a bunch of others in that format, but those 4 were easy to find.
"Some people are like Slinkies
They don't really have a purpose
But they still bring a smile to your face
When you push them down the stairs"
- Jack Handey
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This is NOT my frogger.
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Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe.
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 23:19:43 UTC
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I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
He doesn't want to work, unless it gives him access to the vulnerable,
i.e, the elderly or very young.
Unless it involves either one of those groups of people, you will note
he has zero interest in pursuing work. And the opposite applies for
those jobs he DOES show an interest in.
I'd be willing to bet he'd turn down a juvenile nursing job if it didn't include
a game of "basket bear."
I don't, unless I don't understand what 'basketbear' really is.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Dave Smith
2022-01-09 20:31:23 UTC
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But here it is the 8th and no job as usual.
I have not been keeping track very closely but it seems to me that it
was a little more than a year ago that he talked about his first
pedophile nursing gig with an agency. Since that time there have been a
number of different agencies he has signed on with and at least a dozen
assignments he has been referred to and a total of 4 or 5 days of work.
I'm beginning to think he really doesn't want to work at all. He's just good
at talking about it.
He doesn't want to work, unless it gives him access to the vulnerable,
i.e, the elderly or very young.
Unless it involves either one of those groups of people, you will note
he has zero interest in pursuing work. And the opposite applies for
those jobs he DOES show an interest in.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Bryan Simmons
2022-01-09 14:03:59 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
“Quoth the Raven, Nevermore,”
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John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
--Bryan
Michael Trew
2022-01-10 01:30:47 UTC
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Yay! I can certainly use the $$! :-)
“Quoth the Raven, Nevermore,”
Post by John Kuthe
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
--Bryan
An English teach who's class I took in high school absolutely adored
Edgar Allen Poe; that was her favorite author. This story always got
me. I was not aware that it was made into a film.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tell-Tale_Heart_(1941_film)
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