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post #31 of 90 Old 07-29-2013, 10:48 PM
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OP, get a real job..?

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post #32 of 90 Old 07-29-2013, 11:39 PM Thread Starter
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so you work the summer ? bfd .

sounds like you're getting a good life handed to you .

want to know what i did at your age ?

i butchered meat on a line at breakneck pace and 20*f for $9 an hour and have carpal tunnel , tennis elbow , 3 crushed disks , a torn rotator , and bursitis in most of my joints from it

going in there i had heart defects + damage and all 4 collar joints had been busted and my right shoulder is perma dislocated

so yeah cry me a ****ing river
a butcher? thats it? i work in a welding shop-- welding, grinding, cutting, working with fire, hot metal, heavy metals, 12 hours a day for whatever my dad feels like giving me, whenever he wants... you cut meat i cut metal, bud.
nothings been handed to me, the only time i didnt work at the welding shop after school was when it was football season
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post #33 of 90 Old 07-29-2013, 11:42 PM
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i would give anything to see how you could handle the pain i went thru

your ***** level is making me hulk angry and i cannot read another comment from you don massingila

good luck being a whiny weak *** *****

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i would give anything to see how you could handle the pain i went thru

your doosh level is making me hulk angry and i cannot read another comment from you don massingila

good luck being a whiny weak *** *****
lol then dont read them. go away. get on with your life. close your eyes. live long and prosper. adios pendejo. ciao. farewell. bubye
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post #35 of 90 Old 07-29-2013, 11:48 PM Thread Starter
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Admin doesnt like external links with previews to his site.


OP, get a real job..?
it just says "go to funny junk to see this image"... no link or anything..

define "real job"
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post #36 of 90 Old 07-29-2013, 11:56 PM
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a butcher? thats it? i work in a welding shop-- welding, grinding, cutting, working with fire, hot metal, heavy metals, 12 hours a day for whatever my dad feels like giving me, whenever he wants... you cut meat i cut metal, bud.
nothings been handed to me, the only time i didnt work at the welding shop after school was when it was football season
First off, learn to have some ****ing respect. I give the dude **** because we give each other **** all the time. You aren't going to get anywhere trashing members who are trying to give you advice.

Second of all, accept what the **** you have or get another job. Be grateful that your dad was nice enough to give you a job when a ton of people in the US don't have one. If I were your dad I would have already fired your *** for *****ing about how much you get paid when 1. you don't pay rent. 2. he is paying to transport YOUR jeep back. You have some growing up to do.


You're just a spoiled ungrateful kid that wants handouts, right?
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And judging from your profile, he GAVE you your jeep. You shouldn't be *****ing about ANYTHING at this point kiddo.
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If you think ANYONE on this forum is going to coddle you and tell you that you are right instead of your dad, you are sadly mistaken, kid.
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If you think ANYONE on this forum is going to coddle you and tell you that you are right instead of your dad, you are sadly mistaken, kid.
wah.






hey atheists,
If God doesn’t exist… then how has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like
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guarantee i worked 10 times harder for 10 times less

you should go see how those cows are taken apart , specifically how the spine is removed

that was my job and the biggest baddest mofo you know would rather quit than do it for a day , trust me i know

and if you think you work hard go get a job doing what i did at tyson you will be happy with lifting metal after lifting/pushing/pulling and cutting thru 80,000 lbs in 8 hours for 6 days a week

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how much do you lift in a day at the shop hefa ?

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post #42 of 90 Old 07-30-2013, 12:46 AM
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a butcher? thats it? i work in a welding shop-- welding, grinding, cutting, working with fire, hot metal, heavy metals, 12 hours a day for whatever my dad feels like giving me, whenever he wants... you cut meat i cut metal, bud.
nothings been handed to me, the only time i didnt work at the welding shop after school was when it was football season
You know, meat comes from heavy animals that have to be cut up into different parts. Its not like he is just slicing meat at a deli..

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define "real job"
A job that pays you for what you work? If you really are working "12 hours a day" then going and getting a job at Walmart for minimum wage should be an upgrade.

And no, you don't pay for everything you own. You live in a guest house. That you don't pay for, and your dad is shipping/getting a jeep from mexico to give to you for free. Yeah, you paid for all your stuff.

I really think you should just stop posting in this thread. The people here aren't going console you.

Is it broken?

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post #43 of 90 Old 07-30-2013, 12:56 AM
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It even says in his bio that his jeep was GIVEN to him by his dad (same guy who gave him a job, mind you) for graduating high school.

I wish I got a ****ing car for graduating. I got a car loan and payments as a present.
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post #44 of 90 Old 07-30-2013, 12:57 AM Thread Starter
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You know, meat comes from heavy animals that have to be cut up into different parts. Its not like he is just slicing meat at a deli..



A job that pays you for what you work? If you really are working "12 hours a day" then going and getting a job at Walmart for minimum wage should be an upgrade.

And no, you don't pay for everything you own. You live in a guest house. That you don't pay for, and your dad is shipping/getting a jeep from mexico to give to you for free. Yeah, you paid for all your stuff.

I really think you should just stop posting in this thread. The people here aren't going console you.
actually me and my dads worker have to drive 18 hours to go pick it up and bring it here. the only reason i dont go alone is because i dont know the drive. all the toll road fees are out of my pocket, so is gas money. i pay more bills than any 18 year old i know. yall act like i get paid full time money

hey atheists,
If God doesn’t exist… then how has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like
http://www.hudl.com/athlete/662931/highlights/35184377
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post #45 of 90 Old 07-30-2013, 04:43 AM
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and to answer some of yalls questions, i live in a guest house, about 200m away from my parents house. its a 1 bed 1 bath house with a small kitchen, i dont pay rent but i pay for utilities such as water, gas, etc. since i live on my own, i pretty much buy everything for myself- food and such. i dont think yall get it, i cant quit
if i quit, ill get thrown out. no jeep. no help for texas state. no house. i dont have any family here in Texas, or friends with parents willing to take in a grown as kid. im being forced to work for about 100 bucks a month, all while paying utility and college things. dont tell me you wouldnt feel helpless either.

So looking at San Antonio rentals, a 1b,1b house goes for ~500-600 a month so be sure to add that to your list.
You're getting a CJ5 figure that's worth about a grand or so
You're getting (unspecified) help for Texas state. Even if that's nothing more than your parents paying taxes for your ungrateful ***, you're getting a hell of a deal.

And sorry as a single guy, I'm not buying that you're somehow paying utilities and food on $100 a month seeing as how we have similar sized places and utilities alone cost >100.

So you got a scholarship... Let me guess. You did that all by yourself. No transportation, no food, no shelter from mommy and daddy.

As for working out, we'll, doesn't sound like you can afford a gym membership anyways.

You're right, **** it. You deserve so much more. Where should I mail a check?



Bottom line, unless there's a gun to your head, move out, or shut the hell up!

If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.
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