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How would you handle it?

Riding the local rail system with my wife. A guy was sitting with his feet on the second seat when I boarded with my wife. When I arrived many of the older people in this area were trying to get this guy to remove his feet as the train was crowded. I asked him to remove his feet. He did. Then he proceeded to spit in the seat. People around were enraged and I got into it with him verbally and he asked if I wanted to fight him. I told him to shut the f... up which he did. I was very aware everything on the train was videotaped and knew that If I started something physical I would get hit with an assault/battery charge. Boy I wanted to.

I gave up about forty years to the guy. Didn't matter. He was disgusting.

Steve Kerr when asked if the team he coaches this year, Golden State, could beat

the 95-96 Bulls, the team he played for, after Golden State beat the Bulls record of 72 wins in the regular season.

He replied: We could beat them, and they could beat us.

Good answer.

Trump and Taxes--Ethical Problem

I would like to think tRump thinks about his taxes this way.

tRump after much consideration writes a letter to the IRS saying, "I have been unable to sleep knowing that I have cheated on my income tax. I have understated my taxable income and have enclosed a check for $150. If I still can't sleep, I will send the rest."

Nurse: "Doctor, there's an invisible man in the waiting room."

Doctor: "Tell him I can't see him."

Drunken Driver Republican Arrested with 4 Kids in the Car and Gun on his hip

Georgia Republican faces a new challenge in his re-election campaign after his arrest on drunken driving charges.
State Rep. Tom Taylor (R-Dunwoody) was stopped April 7 for driving 72 mph in a 45-mph zone with four children in his vehicle, reported the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The 54-year-old Taylor had a blood-alcohol content of .225, which is nearly three times higher than the legal limit of .08, and was legally carrying a gun on his hip at the time of his arrest.

Nothing to see here. Standard rethug misbehavior. He will ask for personal forgiveness and say you are intolerant if you don't forgive him.

Carnival Cruz Stockpiles Chunky Soup After Honeymoon. No it's not an Onion Article

Here is the story Heidi shared with the audience, a story which I guess she thought would humanize him, but instead grossed many people out.

"When I married Ted, we got back from our honeymoon, and he went off to the store and came home by himself. And I was completely shocked to see that he arrived back at our apartment with literally 100 cans of Campbell’s Chunky soup. I never bought 100 of anything.

This was shocking to me, so we had a tough conversation about it. I said, “You don’t buy 100 of anything, much less canned soup. We can’t do this. I’ll be making things.” He said, “No, I know you. you won’t be making things.”

So the next morning, it was a weekend morning, I loaded up our car before he woke up and returned every single can. And when I got home, I called my mother just to make sure I’d done the right thing as a newlywed. And she emphatically disagreed with me. And so when Ted opened the pantry, I had to quickly tell him that I would go back and buy those cans again."

Alrighty then, I will not even attempt to explain this. Be my guest.

Did you hear about the jurisprudence fetishist?

He got off on a technicality.

Odd Behavior?

While I was out walking today I noticed a line of cars preparing to go into the car wash. This was while very threatening rain clouds were overhead with a forecast of 100% rain for the day.

Perhaps they are optimistic declaimers of the Weather Wizards. Puzzled I am.

Stuck behind Wacko In Traffic

Stuck behind a truck today that featured stickers:

Vote Cruz


Democrats are Terrorists

Jesus Fish

These stickers were presented in the form of a tailgate and bumper by a lifted truck in front of me. It was like being forced to watch Faux News. I could have used a barf bag, but I maintained.

Does IKEA stand for:





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