adny1030 wrote:I love when people stereotype (and then don't even have the balls to just say it/what they really mean) - it really shows such intellect and enlightenment. I offered up an opinion based upon a few things I have noticed, which if asked I would have offered up. But I forgot that you have to waste a year on here before Midwestern thinks you have the right to state your opinion.
In my post I was just saying to quit the game playing, if there was any. There was no nasty judgement, rather I think I was realistic and nearing sympathetic with who I believe to be one person who likes to be both side of the Yin and Yang. Again just my opinion.
As for the 'defense' of we are both on here at once, please, there are plenty of was around that in our technological world.
Again, I am sorry if I offended anyone, but I am not sorry for saying what I believe. At least I have the balls to say what I think- and not beat around a bush- unlike people from "certain places" and by that I mean you Midwestern. See- balls... take a lesson Mr. Stereotyper.
You can call me out ALL DAY BABY...... One thing I do need to ask tho', isn't a chick with "balls" called a HERMAPHRODITE ??? And yes.....The YANKEES buy championships because they don't have BALLS enough to believe in their farm system. I guess "Mr. Stereotyper" is close buuuut, NOT to pat myself on the back TOOOO vigorously, I think I nailed you pretty close to the core. I am usually a good judge of character. If I bother you that much....stay away from threads I post in because all you'll ever want to do is start an argument and bore us with your "New Yorkers know better than you attitude". As for my initial post, I was trying to be polite, but since you and your NYC attitude knocked that off the table, I've taken my gloves off. Take your best shot "BALLSY" I deal with people from NYC all day and after so many years of doing so have become numb to the "attitude" and just laugh, shake my head and say "bless yer heart"..... ask anyone from the South what "bless yer heart" REALLY means.
Well, to begin with I lived in South Carolina for some time, and I do know the meaning of 'Bless yer heart' so please save it as it is wasted upon me because I am far from stupid and slow. If what you originally said you think was an attempt to be polite, I implore you to re-read it as it was not. You were trying, and truly not succeeding, to be clever. You did not nail my character, nor will you ever. There have been plenty of times on this site that I have either asked a question because I was unsure or been corrected because I was wrong about something and was happy to do so.
I have never had an attitude like you suggest and I think many will tell you that. I simply suggested something I think to be true and prefaced it that way. It is called an opinion, and I too have the right to one. This is not your board, not my board... it is everyone's and in this free society we have a right to express ourselves. Please do not also assume that I will stalk you on posts and just disagree with you for the sake of unnerving you. I have a life, and much better things to do than concern myself with making you uncomfortable.
And I am not getting into a debate about the Yankees, because I never even mentioned them, nor do I want to in this forum. But you have to grab at everything in a desperate attempt to save face and 'justify' your stereotyping and name calling.
I also realized the discussion about balls was taken literally by you, sorry that I should have prefaced it that it was a figurative discussion. Your so called politeness was such a thinly veiled attempt that it was not even worth your effort and that is why I called you out on it.
Since I don't like writing 3 posts in what could or should be one, I will address the fact that rather than answer back to MJ about the other things he wrote of I just addressed his health and wished him the best- this is what a normal, caring human being does. None of this is serious or real- you realize that, right? But someone being ill and going for surgery is something that is serious, real and should be a focus. It is called living in the real world and being a decent human being. It was not important at the time to say that what you and I did were very different as I stated an opinion not make a sweeping generality. I can separate the important things from the mundane utterances on a board/post.
And just to end this, don't call me baby, it is condescending.