Sunday, June 26, 2011

Obamanomics summed up in a picture

Friday, June 17, 2011

Whatever school this woman went to, it hasn't done her a bit of good

"Do you know what schools I've been to? How well-educated I am?"

Yeah. This bitch had better realize that of the many millions of Yahoo readers and YouTube viewers, it's probable that at least hundreds of thousands checked out that video, and many thousands take Metro-North's New Haven line. The hundreds who can remember her face should be sure to greet her heartily, "Hello, educated fucker!" Then they should all pretend to make calls, "Guess what, I'm sitting next to the educated bitch who's too good for this train!"

Metro-North is full of yappers and poseurs, and the two combined are the most annoying. If these twits really were so wealthy and important, they'd be chauffeured into the city instead of taking the train. But usually it's men trying to act like big shots in some business deal or contract. One idiot made sure to proclaim so everyone would hear, "This thing's gonna be huge!" Another huffed into his phone, "Don't cross me! Don't cross me or I will break you!" (Dolph Lundgren Syndrome?) I guess this woman decided that the "I'm better than you" card deserved some gender equality.

With everyone, I first try a polite approach. When they get annoyed that I have the temerity to be bothered by their annoying behavior, a few choice words usually cut them down. Then you have the real pieces of work. Wow, has it really been two years since his empty threat? Since then I've seen Guido around a few times. One time he even sat next to me (three-seater row, so there was space between us) and said something about not seeing me in a long time, "Now you're taking my train." I asked, "Sorry, what was that?" He said, "Never mind." All he did was make a couple of quick calls, and he was quiet for the rest of the ride. So much for getting me when I least expect it.

Isn't it so much better to be civilized with others?

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

These headlines say it all

These are Yahoo's headlines right now. The more Obama & Co. speak, the more money-movers trust them to screw things up even more.

U.S. companies are sitting on $2 trillion of cash, and with good reason: they don't know when they'll need rainy day funds! The feds, Fed, state and local governments have screwed things up so much that it's a miracle any company that isn't politically connected can make a buck these days.