[Homestead] big agri-biz - James - The end ?
bobford79 at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 19 20:12:13 EST 2008
James; all you needed to do was apologize and begin to behave yourself. But, no , you are intent on embaressing yourself more. In your non- answer, your answer is still that you are counting on luck or on those of us who pay taxes to carry you if you have a major medical liability. Yiou should 'never' lecture anyone on self-reliance. You are not credible.
Why are you counting my posts, by the way? Why am I so important to you?
James, treat me and all others with repesct from now on, and I will return the favor. Continue your non-sense and I will continue to show you for what you are. Many good smart people left this list because of your negative, pouty, sulking, behavior. I am one that allowed you to continue with your boorish behavior. No more.
I have had dozens of employees like you , over the years. You always think you are smarter than the boss, but can never figure out why you aren't the boss. So, you spend all of your energy putting down and wishing bad things on those who have experienced the success that escaped you. That is a soul-less way to spend energy.
As I wrote, be polite from now on, and I will respond in kind. Now, let it go............................
--- On Fri, 12/19/08, Clansgian at wmconnect.com <Clansgian at wmconnect.com> wrote:
> From: Clansgian at wmconnect.com <Clansgian at wmconnect.com>
> Subject: Re: [Homestead] big agri-biz
> To: homestead at lists.ibiblio.org
> Date: Friday, December 19, 2008, 6:00 PM
> >I have lost 'much' as you like to bring up, but
> that still leaves me with
> many, many multiples of all that you have ever had.
> Which I, of course, seriously misdoubt. From the beginning
> of your verbosity
> here, Bob, you have come across, acurately it seems to have
> turned out, as
> one of those people who always show up at meetings,
> gatherings, and email lists
> to bask in the radiance of some endeavor or the other
> without ever
> participating in it yourself.
> > >You still will not answer the question posed by
> many. How do you in your
> > all-knowing self-reliant super-homesteader life handle
> a multi-hundred
> You should pay close attention to my next diatribe I will
> post. You don't
> see an answer in it because your midset is closed to any
> reality but your
> infirmed and imagined wealth. How do I handle a
> multi-hundred thousand dollar
> medical liability? Somone else who had abused and
> neglected their health asked
> that on this list nearly fifteen years ago with the
> inevitable tag, "Just wait!
> It will happend to you some day! So far you are just
> lucky, yeah, that's all,
> just lucky!"
> Well, Bobert ol' boy, it's fifteen years later and
> my (nod, nudge, wink)
> "luck" seems to be holding out. How do I
> handle hundreds of thousands of
> dollars of medical liability?? I make sure I'm not
> stupid enough to compromise my
> health by such things as smoking, ass-sitting, and
> You've been given that answer by half a doxen people a
> score of times, and
> yet you view it as never having you question answered.
> It's because you don't
> like the answer nor the reality behind it.
> > >
> You mean we are not in a housing crash? Do you mean that
> your house in
> Phoenix is worth more than it was three years ago?
> > >As far as buying farmland with gold, up in NE TN
> farmland is averaging
> > about 2-3 grand an acre, that is a bity more than 2 -
> 3 ounces. Geeze, you
> And the person you know who has bought farmland with gold
> is ......????
> Geeze, you really don't understand the written language
> very well. do you?
> > >Quit bullying, and I will quit treating you like a
> Quit acting like the embarrassing nerd that shows up at
> every conversation to
> bask in the glow of people who are really doing things and
> really know what
> they are talking about and tries to pontificate on
> everything everyone says
> ..... you know that more than 40% of the posts to this list
> are still from you
> who have had the least experience in these matters than
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