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psiberzerker

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Reply #45 on: December 03, 2018, 05:32:49 PM
More specifically, kids in restaurants! I wish they would start having kids or no kids sections.

Capital idea!  Also, the hostesses were able to handle smoking, and non smoking without touch-screens, and pagers, so it should be fairly easy to seat kids in the Family sections (Booths, booster seats...)  The adults around the Bar.  What i love so much about this is it would be easy to implement with the dining system we already have.

Just call it the Family section, that way it's something you can offer parents, so they don't feel discriminated against, and it insulates their kids from the Adult environment around the Singles section.  Win/win!



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Reply #46 on: December 03, 2018, 05:46:53 PM
My kids don't misbehave when I'm out with them. The babies don't scream their heads off. I hate going shopping and some dumb bitch is blabbing on her cell phone while her kid is screaming it's head off. Not long ago I was shopping with the baby Latina and some kid was screaming so loud the whole store could hear while the dumb shit mother was on her phone. My girl covered her ears.  :roll:



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Reply #47 on: December 03, 2018, 06:17:03 PM
The many times I’ve been to Europe, I noticed how well behaved the children are in public in comparison to the U.S.  European children not only are quiet and well behaved in restaurants, they have perfect table manners and use their utensils with better skill than most American adults.  I actually found it embarrassing eating next to kids that used a knife and fork on their food better than me, so I practiced until I got better (I grew up cutting everything with my fork instead of a knife.  Now I eat with a fork in my left hand and a knife in my right).  I also got criticized by my late Polish wife on how I ate until I improved.  I don’t know how this geographic disparity occurred (maybe we Americans eat too much food with our hands?), but what is even more perplexing is people’s dogs are also far better behaved in Europe?



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Reply #48 on: December 03, 2018, 07:51:50 PM
On a business trip down to Florida, I had forgotten that the week I was flying down there was also the week of spring vacation for the area schools. Needless to say, the plane had many families with young children. Anyone who has ever flown knows that, on occasion there may be a loud noise or a sudden dip of the plane.  Though scary, one is really not in any danger. On this flight down to Orlando, not only was there a loud thunk but the plane dropped in altitude before steadying itself. In the cabin, someone yelled. "we are all going to die" and then the moaning and wailing of kids and families began. It did not subside until the captain came on to say everything was okay and that we just had hit a pocket of turbulence.

From then on, I made sure I did not fly during spring break.

CG - Most seniors I know never shop on the weekends. We mostly shop on weekday mornings. But there are some seniors who park their carts in the middle of the aisles while they go off and look for items. That, and stores that choose to stock their shelves during the morning, leaving aisles cluttered with skids of merchandise.  Also, having only one cashier on duty while there are a dozen closed checkout lanes is another pet peeve of mine.

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Reply #49 on: December 03, 2018, 08:19:11 PM
When I worked in Mexico, I was frequently a guest at dinner parties.  I was always amazed when the children came to the table to say goodnight.  Invariably they would be instructed to walk around the table and give each guest a goodnight also, accompanied by a kiss on the cheek.  No smart phones. No complaints about bedtime.  It was a scene not witnessed in my country in a 100 years.



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Reply #50 on: December 04, 2018, 02:55:28 AM
I've always said how wonderful it would be to murder my father. I don't want the wrath of Jules, so I won't be going into details. Suffice it to say I was little more than a certain type of toy to him my whole life.

I once stood over him with a knife in my hand after he.... well guess to me, and I was going to kill him. He's one of the reasons I thought about killing myself when I was little. He has always been the epitome of evil to me and I've always said I won't miss him when he's gone.

But I wonder if I'll cry for him, because when he's gone the hate will be gone and there'll be an emptiness. For all the evil, vile, disgusting and horrific things he did to me, made me do to him and let others do to me, when he's gone there'll be nothing left to hate. I wonder what that will be like.  :roll:



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Reply #51 on: December 04, 2018, 03:45:41 AM
I've always said how wonderful it would be to murder my father. I don't want the wrath of Jules, so I won't be going into details. Suffice it to say I was little more than a certain type of toy to him my whole life.

I once stood over him with a knife in my hand after he.... well guess to me, and I was going to kill him. He's one of the reasons I thought about killing myself when I was little. He has always been the epitome of evil to me and I've always said I won't miss him when he's gone.

But I wonder if I'll cry for him, because when he's gone the hate will be gone and there'll be an emptiness. For all the evil, vile, disgusting and horrific things he did to me, made me do to him and let others do to me, when he's gone there'll be nothing left to hate. I wonder what that will be like.  :roll:


It will be what it will be Chirp.  I’m not sure how many girls I’ve talked to in your situation.  I know a couple that went through the death of their abusive father.  One dear friend, I know details that might even shock you.  She took it all in stride and seemed to be even stronger after his death.

Point is, while you may need to talk to someone, you’ll be fine.  I’ll try and let you know when I off the fucker, so it’s not that big of a surprise.



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Reply #52 on: December 04, 2018, 04:43:24 AM
It was a scene not witnessed in my country in a 100 years.

Damn, you're old.

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Reply #53 on: December 04, 2018, 05:19:10 AM
I've always said how wonderful it would be to murder my father. I don't want the wrath of Jules, so I won't be going into details. Suffice it to say I was little more than a certain type of toy to him my whole life.

I once stood over him with a knife in my hand after he.... well guess to me, and I was going to kill him. He's one of the reasons I thought about killing myself when I was little. He has always been the epitome of evil to me and I've always said I won't miss him when he's gone.

But I wonder if I'll cry for him, because when he's gone the hate will be gone and there'll be an emptiness. For all the evil, vile, disgusting and horrific things he did to me, made me do to him and let others do to me, when he's gone there'll be nothing left to hate. I wonder what that will be like.  :roll:


It will be what it will be Chirp.  I’m not sure how many girls I’ve talked to in your situation.  I know a couple that went through the death of their abusive father.  One dear friend, I know details that might even shock you.  She took it all in stride and seemed to be even stronger after his death.

Point is, while you may need to talk to someone, you’ll be fine.  I’ll try and let you know when I off the fucker, so it’s not that big of a surprise.


I assure you, nothing could possibly shock me.  :roll:



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Reply #54 on: December 04, 2018, 01:53:26 PM
I've always said how wonderful it would be to murder my father. I don't want the wrath of Jules, so I won't be going into details. Suffice it to say I was little more than a certain type of toy to him my whole life.

I once stood over him with a knife in my hand after he.... well guess to me, and I was going to kill him. He's one of the reasons I thought about killing myself when I was little. He has always been the epitome of evil to me and I've always said I won't miss him when he's gone.

But I wonder if I'll cry for him, because when he's gone the hate will be gone and there'll be an emptiness. For all the evil, vile, disgusting and horrific things he did to me, made me do to him and let others do to me, when he's gone there'll be nothing left to hate. I wonder what that will be like.  :roll:


It will be what it will be Chirp.  I’m not sure how many girls I’ve talked to in your situation.  I know a couple that went through the death of their abusive father.  One dear friend, I know details that might even shock you.  She took it all in stride and seemed to be even stronger after his death.

Point is, while you may need to talk to someone, you’ll be fine.  I’ll try and let you know when I off the fucker, so it’s not that big of a surprise.


I assure you, nothing could possibly shock me.  :roll:


While we’re not going to challenge that assumption with any details told to me in confidence, don’t be so sure Chirp.



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Reply #55 on: December 04, 2018, 02:07:27 PM
If you had done it at the time, then it wouldn't have been Murder, it would have been self defense.  Now, after the fact it would be revenge.  I hate to say it, but that wouldn't make you feel any better.  At the time, it might have made him stop, but now, it sounds like a residual fantasy left over from when you couldn't think of anything else.

I wish I could tell you anything, to make you feel better, but murder won't do the trick.  There is no magic trick that will make something so wrong all right. 



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Reply #56 on: December 04, 2018, 02:18:22 PM
CJ is sadly aware youth won't last. My baby turns 9 in a few weeks.  :roll:

I want her to be 5 forever. Now she's almost a teenager.  :facepalm:

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My youngest turned 42 over the weekend. Guess you know what that makes me.

OLD!!

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Reply #57 on: December 04, 2018, 02:39:48 PM
The many times I’ve been to Europe, I noticed how well behaved the children are in public in comparison to the U.S.  

With a family of eight I wasn't able to take us all out to dinner very often, but we generally managed once a month or so. Over the years, I can remember a dozen or more times a couple (usually older) stopped by our table and complimented my wife and I about how well behaved our six kids were.

On two of those occasions, when I later asked for the check, I was told that it had already been taken care of.

Sorry if that sounds like bragging, but one thing we made sure of was that our kids all learned good table manners.

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Reply #58 on: December 04, 2018, 03:05:15 PM
I'm sorry, but I just didn't take the suggestion that old people/children be banned from shopping as serious.  I thought it was a joke, but it's hard to tell these days.



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Reply #59 on: December 04, 2018, 03:06:30 PM
I've always said how wonderful it would be to murder my father. I don't want the wrath of Jules, so I won't be going into details. Suffice it to say I was little more than a certain type of toy to him my whole life.

I once stood over him with a knife in my hand after he.... well guess to me, and I was going to kill him. He's one of the reasons I thought about killing myself when I was little. He has always been the epitome of evil to me and I've always said I won't miss him when he's gone.

But I wonder if I'll cry for him, because when he's gone the hate will be gone and there'll be an emptiness. For all the evil, vile, disgusting and horrific things he did to me, made me do to him and let others do to me, when he's gone there'll be nothing left to hate. I wonder what that will be like.  :roll:


It will be what it will be Chirp.  I’m not sure how many girls I’ve talked to in your situation.  I know a couple that went through the death of their abusive father.  One dear friend, I know details that might even shock you.  She took it all in stride and seemed to be even stronger after his death.

Point is, while you may need to talk to someone, you’ll be fine.  I’ll try and let you know when I off the fucker, so it’s not that big of a surprise.


I assure you, nothing could possibly shock me.  :roll:


While we’re not going to challenge that assumption with any details told to me in confidence, don’t be so sure Chirp.

I am sure.  :facepalm: