That's fucked up

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226.52:20 » Thu Jun 10, 2021 6:23 pm

Yeah, a lot has to be broken in somebodies head to be able to do that
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User avatar 227.DocZaius » Thu Jun 10, 2021 6:50 pm

So my wife calls me to tell me she and my daughter are ok. I ask, "Why wouldn't you be?" She says, "That's the Publix I like to go to, but don't worry we didn't go to Publix today."

I say, "No it isn't. It's the one near the Bud's Seafood, at Okeechobee and Royal Palm Beach Blvd." You go to the one at [different intersection].

She argues with me for a few minutes, which is basically her going "No it isn't," and me going "Yes it is" over and over again.

Then she realizes I'm right and hangs up on me.

What should I have done in this situation?
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228.evil gator » Thu Jun 10, 2021 6:54 pm

So my wife calls me to tell me she and my daughter are ok. I ask, "Why wouldn't you be?" She says, "That's the Publix I like to go to, but don't worry we didn't go to Publix today."

I say, "No it isn't. It's the one near the Bud's Seafood, at Okeechobee and Royal Palm Beach Blvd." You go to the one at [different intersection].

She argues with me for a few minutes, which is basically her going "No it isn't," and me going "Yes it is" over and over again.

Then she realizes I'm right and hangs up on me.

What should I have done in this situation?
Apologize
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User avatar 229.DocZaius » Thu Jun 10, 2021 6:58 pm

For what?
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User avatar 230.Panamag8or » Thu Jun 10, 2021 7:11 pm

For what?
Now, that's fucked up.
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User avatar 231.DocZaius » Thu Jun 10, 2021 7:34 pm

For what?
Now, that's fucked up.
I guess I should have done what I ordinarily do: feign ignorance. "No, I hadn't heard about that. Glad you're okay."
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232.Juggs » Thu Jun 10, 2021 8:05 pm

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233.PG. » Fri Jun 11, 2021 3:28 am

Dude just shot up my neighborhood Publix. Shot and killed his wife and kid then himself.
Fake news

(CNN)A grandmother and her 1-year-old grandson were shot and killed Thursday at a Publix grocery store in Royal Palm Beach, Florida, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

The shooter is also dead. The motive in the shooting is also not known, and the sheriff's office said there is no known relationship between the gunman and the victims.
The victims' families have invoked Marsy's law, so they will not be identified, the sheriff's office said.
The gunman's name will be released once his next of kin is identified, the sheriff's office said.
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User avatar 234.Irish Mike » Fri Jun 11, 2021 10:11 am

Even better.
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User avatar 235.DocZaius » Fri Jun 11, 2021 10:34 am

FYI, I’m not divorced. We drove by that Publix last night, the sheriffs office still had the whole shopping center cordoned off.
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236.evil gator » Fri Jun 11, 2021 3:37 pm

"thank god you're okay I couldn't live without you"
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User avatar 237.DocZaius » Fri Jun 11, 2021 4:16 pm

"thank god you're okay I couldn't live without you"
Should I do that every time there's a shooting within a 50-mile radius?
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238.evil gator » Fri Jun 11, 2021 4:34 pm

"thank god you're okay I couldn't live without you"
Should I do that every time there's a shooting within a 50-mile radius?
If you want good luvin yes
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239.evil gator » Fri Jun 11, 2021 8:37 pm

Killing me softly with illegal lobbying...Pras is in big trouble!

https://abcnews.go.com/US/feds-accuse-f ... d=62977287
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User avatar 240.DocZaius » Tue Jun 15, 2021 1:00 pm

Are you ready for “BIG GRRRL SUMMER"? Lizzo says you better be.

https://www.scarymommy.com/lizzo-big-girl-summer/
Lizzo bikini pics, don't clickShow




(don't say I didn't warn you)
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241.Juggs » Tue Jun 15, 2021 1:10 pm

Not gonna bother with that link, but my take on those disgusting obsese hogs. Go ahead, where the bikini. At the beach, at the pool? It's fucking hot. I get it. Just stop pretending that being obese is attractive, healthy, and that those who aren't attracted to it are in the wrong.

Not afraid to say it, severely obese people disgust me. I don't think 2 obese people should be allowed to have kids for them to raise their disgusting obese children.
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User avatar 242.DocZaius » Tue Jun 15, 2021 1:23 pm

You should really look at the pics. You can almost smell her.
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243.Juggs » Tue Jun 15, 2021 1:30 pm

You should really look at the pics. You can almost smell her.
I looked at the spoiler pic, that was enough :lol:
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244.52:20 » Tue Jun 15, 2021 1:30 pm

Fuck you Doc, I can't get the smell out of my head now
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User avatar 245.DocZaius » Wed Jun 16, 2021 1:14 pm

Anyone want to be a landlord? Denver?

https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/4525 ... 38042_zpid
INVESTOR SPECIAL! This formerly majestic 5 bed/4 bath/3 car garage home was once the seller’s pride and joy. Now it’s every landlord’s nightmare and needs someone with firm resolve to appreciate its potential. If you dream of owning your own little slice of hell and turning it into a piece of heaven, then look no further! This house is not for the faint of heart but for that special person who can see through the rough diamond to the polished gem inside. As you enter, there are soaring ceilings and an open floor plan with a second-floor overlook. You will also notice there is not one surface of the home that has not been enhanced with black spray paint or a swinging hammer - damage done by an angry departing tenant who didn’t want to pay rent. But don’t let that slow you down. It’s not nearly as daunting as the freezer in the basement that’s full of meat and hasn’t had electricity to it for over a year. So be sure to wear your mask. Not for anyone else’s protection but your own. You may not be able to endure the smell if you don’t. The floorplan is wonderful and open. The main floor has a living room, dining room, kitchen with dining area, family room with fireplace, laundry, and main floor bedroom and bath. There is a walk-out to a back deck – but don’t go out there as the deck is not necessarily attached to the house in the manner you might hope. The upstairs has a catwalk, large master with soaking tub and dual sinks, plus two additional bedrooms and bath – all covered in black spray paint, vulgarities, and other substances which are no longer identifiable. The basement is amazing – or at least it will be once all the debris is cleared out, the floor coverings are replaced, and the obscenities are painted over. The home has AC and a radon mitigation system and sits on a large lot. Oh, and did I mention it’s in the pink of a geological landslide area? Come feast your senses. DO NOT GO ON BACK DECK. DO NOT OPEN FREEZER IN BASEMENT. See agent remarks.
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User avatar 246.DocZaius » Wed Jun 16, 2021 1:21 pm

Bo Schembechler was nothing but a fraud
What Bo Schembechler lacked in national championships (none) he made up for in arrogance.

Schembechler, according to Schembechler, wasn’t merely the coach of the University of Michigan football team from 1969-1989. He wasn’t even a coach who turned teenage recruits into prepared-for-life men. He went beyond that and made them “Michigan Men” — a special breed unto their own.

There was an honor to it, an accomplishment to it, an ethos rooted in timeworn values. Or so he claimed.

Follow the plan, fight through the pain, overcome the frustrations and everything will work out.

The Team. The Team. The Team.

Those who stay, will be champions.

And Michigan would do it the so-called “right way.” No paying players (or so Bo claimed). No cheating (or so Bo claimed). A real education (or so Bo claimed).

Michigan meant something special because Bo said so and even a Buckeye or a Spartan would admit that Bo had one powerful, magnetic way of selling it, of creating a brand long before such marketing concepts were common. The way Bo would spit out the mere term — “a Michigan Man” — dripped with so much elitism that he made you wonder if there was actually something to it.

To some, there was. It wasn’t all junk. It wasn’t all motivational sayings and stylings of a man of great charisma. There was more to it than just 234 career victories or 13 Big Ten Titles.

A lot of his players gleaned important lessons and concepts from it. They went on to successful careers and speak of what they learned from their old coach. That even includes some who while playing for Bo were getting sexually assaulted by Bo’s hand-picked team doctor, Robert Anderson.

“Don’t get me wrong, Bo was a good coach,” said Gilvanni Johnson, a Michigan running back from 1982-86 who was an Anderson survivor.

That's how deep this runs.

Johnson said that Thursday at a news conference where he was part of a group of men (including Schembechler’s own stepson, Matt) who tearfully described not just their abuse at the hands of Anderson, but how they told Bo about it only to watch as Bo protected the doctor rather than his players or family.

“Bo said, ‘Toughen up,’ ” Daniel Kwiatowski, a hulking offensive lineman from the late 1970s, recalled Schembechler saying after he said he told him about being molested by the doctor.

The whole thing is sad. It’s horrific. It’s awful. It’s also astounding.

Bo Schembechler, a man who both held, and constantly expressed, the values of accountability and responsibility and honesty, a man who claimed to hold the NCAA rulebook in near religious regard, a man who would bully through any problem, just let Robert Anderson run around fondling players?

Bo Schembechler smacked his own 10-year-old stepson in the chest when Matt told him about being molested and then stepped in to keep Anderson — Robert Damn Anderson — around?

Bo Schembechler, who prided himself on doing the right thing and couldn’t tolerate anyone who didn’t — at least if it led to an on-field loss — didn’t care about this?

Since Schembechler and Anderson are dead — as are athletic director Don Canham and Bo’s wife, Millie — a full accounting of what happened is impossible.

Much of it rings true though. The men who spoke Thursday came off as extremely credible. You could see them still processing decades-old pain. They took their stories public even when they didn’t need to — all of Anderson’s victims are in private mediation with the university.

Besides, we’re talking some 850 men who have come forward with similar stories of abuse, as detailed in a university-funded investigation. Anderson was a running gag in the locker room, gallows humor trying to minimize what was happening. Players called him “Dr. Anal.” A visit to him meant you might get “Anderson-ized.”

There was no way, over two decades as the program's omnipotent coach, Schembechler didn’t know about this. Just no way.

“Bo knew everything that goes on on campus,” Johnson said.

Matt Schembechler said Bo was obsessed with the brand of Michigan football. Everything was about protecting that brand and doing whatever needed to win more games. So perhaps that obsession, and the lack of understanding of how abuse impacts not just the moment, but the lifetime ahead, clouded everything.

“The only thing that I can come up with, knowing Bo and how he operated,” Matt said, “is that [by knowing of Anderson’s abuse] he's got the goods on Dr. Anderson. Dr. Anderson's gonna do what he tells him. ‘Kid can’t play? No, Doc, you’re gonna send that kid [out there].’ ”

Winning … above literally everything?

Whatever it was, Bo Schembechler was nothing but a fraud. The good parts lionized, the process minimized. Schembechler was God’d up as this coaching icon, this untouchable leader, but the manner in which he led, in which many of his peers led, came with drastic consequences. The abuse in this case was sexual. There was plenty of physical and mental and emotional as well, all over these sports.

Schembechler ran a program that treated players terribly — endless work, play through injuries, mental and verbal anger. That was how it worked then, of course. He wasn’t the only coach who subscribed to that concept.

Everything was built on the promise that it would lead to victories — first against Ohio State and then in life. He found a parade of willing young recruits eager for that deal. Schembechler, like many coaches of that era, would do almost nothing for a current player but anything for a former one.

It is tortured logic now.

The result was fleeting glory draped in wickedness. The result was misplaced values. The result was in the worship, and pursuit, of false idols — victories, compliance with NCAA rules, pretentiousness — with little regard for the carnage left in the wake. The coach that just bought the recruit’s mom a new car doesn’t sound so bad anymore.

This was college football, not the Marines. There were no foxholes to prepare for, no enemy hills that one day might need to be stormed. This was about beating Iowa. This was about getting to Pasadena. This was about Bo.

This was about the brand, the one Bo built that filled trophy cases and that giant stadium out in Ann Arbor. The one that includes a big statue of Bo in front of Schembechler Hall (two tributes all but assuredly doomed to be stripped from campus). The one that still sells memorabilia and sepia-toned memories of the glory days gone bad.

Turns out it wasn’t glorious though. It wasn’t that glorious at all.
His own stepson. What a fucking dirtbag.
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User avatar 247.DocZaius » Wed Jun 16, 2021 1:37 pm

10 years ago, this would not have been out of place in The Onion:

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248.evil gator » Wed Jun 16, 2021 1:43 pm

Yeah Michigan is one of the most cheating programs their fans are such arrogant douche bags.
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