You win a cruise every other day? How so? There are some valid week long cruise prizes out there… if that’s what you’re getting at, that it’s some kind of scam to get you to pay some sort of money anyway.
mcowles – Yes, I win them all the time. In the mail, over the phone, all the TIME. They are mostly sales reps who want you to come listen to a two hour sales pitch to buy timeshare. You only win a low end room on the ship, generally for 3 or 4 days. You still pay for airfare and all other expenses. So really, you just save a around $500 on a vacation. Oh, and you’re really only a “winner” if you are eligible to purchase whatever they are selling (sometimes you have to be married and earn a certain income).
@Dancinganimal, I’ve found that sometimes the people I consider to truly be the most faithful are the ones who are the most quiet about it. The rest just like to shout and feel like they’re better than everyone else. In Bill’s case, he’s overcompensating for what appears to be a long list of issues.
Basically, what’s happening is that Amy won a cruise. Everyone is happy for her, except Cazzy, who is apparently one of those people who likes to rain on everyone else’s parade. She points out that you still have to pay lots of stuff to participate in the “free” cruise, and then gets in the extra dig at Amy to point out that she’s not currently gainfully employed, and is in fact on the public dole. I’m not sure why Amy and Cazzy are friends. Amy isn’t either, and she tells Cazzy to shut it. Bill goes several steps further, however, suggesting that Cazzy shouldn’t be so proud of herself because her job is just working nights at Target, which is apparently not worthy of praise. Bill also seems to think that Cazzy is not paying her own bills with her Target paycheck, and is instead letting her mother foot the bill. Bill, for his part, pays his bills (presumably with his government assistance) and feels like this makes him a better person than Cazzy, especially considering the fact that he’s a heterosexual, and Cazzy is apparently a homosexual. Bill further points out, in a rant he’s apparently been saving for just such a moment, that he believes homosexuals will be going straight to you-know-where.
Does anyone else find it ironic that Cazzy should go to hell for having an orientation that is beyond her control, yet Bill seems to assume he should be eternally rewarded despite his sins of adultery, fornication, ample cussing, judging, and crappy spelling, punctuation and grammar?
(I won’t flat out insinuate that drugs must also be part of his picture, though it is definitely implied.)
I have to be the contrarian to the Bulldog. As someone who has, and does work with people on public assistance, there’s no reason they should be taking a cruise if they’re on the dole. Amy may pay her bills, but it’s with money she’s given by the taxpayer.
I can’t even count how many times I would see people buy the most worthless shit with their Ghetto Visas (welfare cards), but then get out and jump into a car far nicer than mine. With what little info we have, Cazzy is fully justified calling her out.
Whoa, and the religious nuts come out to play. I gotta put this out there, why (other then for my eternal entertainment) do these people have enemies on their friends list? Is it some sort of fun to have someone who obviously hates you able to post comments on all your posts? I’m not saying stop, it’s only too hilarious. Just tell me why?
first one: I just died a bit inside realizing how A) Amy apparently fell for a scam B) Cazzy is that much of a bitch and has a fucked up name to go with it and C) Bill has THAT big of a tree up his ass
owait….I just made a homosexual reference….damnit now I’m going to hell….ah well
Icey, I wish you luck on that…and if you need a sidekick, count me in! ^_^
Beautiful Bill Hypocrisies: “We might be losers on welfare…we’re not freeloading pieces of shit…at least I pay my bills….”; “cun+, dyke, etc etc….You are never welcome around my son because all you do is talk shit about everybody…”
Bill, you make the rest of us look bad, you d-bag.
My blonde (sorry to add in the stereotype!) cousin also “won a free cruise”, and she’s paying a whole lot out of her pocket. Incredible how these free cruises work!
Honestly, I agree with Mr. Durden! I also indirectly work with people on welfare, and he’s absolutely right – how much money do you want to bet that Bill & Amy have a 50-inch flat screen?
On a completely unrelated note, why is it that Lamebook moderates words like “cun+” (I think it does), but doesn’t blur it out on the actual post? It’s such a bother, lol!
I’d bet someone else’s left nut they have a huge flat-screen tv.
The best were the people who would come in and go “Job? I can’t a job! I’d lose my welfare!!!”
Now that I’m at a career as opposed to a job, it’s not much different. Every day we have people who use our company to go to medical appointments, but what they’re really doing is using us to go shopping or get out of the house. They tell us they have to see the doctor, we drop them off, and they go do their thing. So they get the taxpayer to pay for their trips to Starbucks, shopping, or whatever else they’re doing.
Pro-choice DOES not necessarily mean that the woman keeps the baby. Pro-choice means being in support of abortion. It doesn’t mean that is the only option allowed in pro-choice is abortion but pro-choice=pro-abortion. Assuming that pro-choice and anti-baby are one in the same is not a far cry.
Anti-choice means taking the option or “choice” of abortion away. Those who are not pro-choice do not believe in abortion.
The issue can be confusing when usin terms such as pro-life, pro-death, anti-baby, etc…but in general the topic is quite murky. Ingeneral best to stay away.
All right, all done with my rant. Sorry, annoys me when stupid people who don’t know what they are talking about open their mouths.
you now have the stupidest most convoluted post i have ever read on this site.
pro-choice means being in support of having the option of abortion. it does not mean that you are going to abort. it simply means that you want to have that option. you can be pro-choice and never ever have an abortion.
what Krzygrl said was correct. mary could have been pro-choice and just CHOSE to keep the baby.
sorry, it annoys me when stupid people who don’t know what they are talking about rant about stuff in a very roundabout idiotic way.
pro-choice = right to choose to have an abortion (pro-abortion)
pro-life = right to the baby’s life (anti-abortion)
So yeah, pro-choice doesn’t necessarily mean you keep the baby. It just means you think that people should have the choice whether or not to keep it. So yes, they could make the choice to not have an abortion, but they could also make the choice to have an abortion. It’s all about individual freedom versus authority.
No true supporter uses the word “pro-abortion” because “pro-choice” sounds much better. We’re not necessarily supporting abortion. We are supporting the right of someone to choose what to do with her body.