RIP Scott Kalitta

RIP Scott Kalitta

Post by Jefferson N. Glapsk » Wed, 25 Jun 2008 22:27:46




Quote:
> On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 02:40:41 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...



>> > On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 07:19:41 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...

>> >> Since god is usually called upon when someone is very sick and gets
>> >> credit
>> >> for a return to health, why doesn't god get credit for this death? Or
>> >> isn't
>> >> it powerful enough?

>> > Does being a misanthropic attention hound make you feel warm inside,
>> > Jeff?  Seriously, what's the point of the above question?

>> If you truly believed in your mythology as you proclaim, a death would be
>> a
>> celebrated passage to a better place, like exiting Crappy Valley.

>> The fact it isn't speaks volumes hypocrite.

> Direct your tantrums elsewhere, son... I don't go around proclaiming
> anything about what you call "mythology".  Those who try to evangelize
> to everyone around them irritate me, in fact.

Same here. That's why I responded to your arrogant, Xian Afterlife BS
Extravaganza Thread, and why I'm not the only one, in fact.
 
 
 

RIP Scott Kalitta

Post by E .F. Hoki » Thu, 26 Jun 2008 04:33:53

Quote:
On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 13:27:46 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...


> > On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 02:40:41 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...



> >> > On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 07:19:41 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...

> >> >> Since god is usually called upon when someone is very sick and gets
> >> >> credit
> >> >> for a return to health, why doesn't god get credit for this death? Or
> >> >> isn't
> >> >> it powerful enough?

> >> > Does being a misanthropic attention hound make you feel warm inside,
> >> > Jeff?  Seriously, what's the point of the above question?

> >> If you truly believed in your mythology as you proclaim, a death would be
> >> a
> >> celebrated passage to a better place, like exiting Crappy Valley.

> >> The fact it isn't speaks volumes hypocrite.

> > Direct your tantrums elsewhere, son... I don't go around proclaiming
> > anything about what you call "mythology".  Those who try to evangelize
> > to everyone around them irritate me, in fact.

> Same here. That's why I responded to your arrogant, Xian Afterlife BS
> Extravaganza Thread, and why I'm not the only one, in fact.

There was nothing evangelical about that post or thread.  You must not
be very bright (not that this is news).

--
E.F. Hokie

<insert witty or profound quote here>

 
 
 

RIP Scott Kalitta

Post by Jefferson N. Glapsk » Thu, 26 Jun 2008 09:22:39



Quote:
> On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 13:27:46 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...



>> > On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 02:40:41 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...



>> >> > On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 07:19:41 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...

>> >> >> Since god is usually called upon when someone is very sick and gets
>> >> >> credit
>> >> >> for a return to health, why doesn't god get credit for this death?
>> >> >> Or
>> >> >> isn't
>> >> >> it powerful enough?

>> >> > Does being a misanthropic attention hound make you feel warm inside,
>> >> > Jeff?  Seriously, what's the point of the above question?

>> >> If you truly believed in your mythology as you proclaim, a death would
>> >> be
>> >> a
>> >> celebrated passage to a better place, like exiting Crappy Valley.

>> >> The fact it isn't speaks volumes hypocrite.

>> > Direct your tantrums elsewhere, son... I don't go around proclaiming
>> > anything about what you call "mythology".  Those who try to evangelize
>> > to everyone around them irritate me, in fact.

>> Same here. That's why I responded to your arrogant, Xian Afterlife BS
>> Extravaganza Thread, and why I'm not the only one, in fact.

> There was nothing evangelical about that post or thread.  You must not
> be very bright (not that this is news).

Yes, I confuse means and medians all the ***ing time.

 
 
 

RIP Scott Kalitta

Post by E .F. Hoki » Thu, 26 Jun 2008 10:56:09

Quote:
On Wed, 25 Jun 2008 00:22:39 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...


> > On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 13:27:46 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...



> >> > On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 02:40:41 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...



> >> >> > On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 07:19:41 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...

> >> >> >> Since god is usually called upon when someone is very sick and gets
> >> >> >> credit
> >> >> >> for a return to health, why doesn't god get credit for this death?
> >> >> >> Or
> >> >> >> isn't
> >> >> >> it powerful enough?

> >> >> > Does being a misanthropic attention hound make you feel warm inside,
> >> >> > Jeff?  Seriously, what's the point of the above question?

> >> >> If you truly believed in your mythology as you proclaim, a death would
> >> >> be
> >> >> a
> >> >> celebrated passage to a better place, like exiting Crappy Valley.

> >> >> The fact it isn't speaks volumes hypocrite.

> >> > Direct your tantrums elsewhere, son... I don't go around proclaiming
> >> > anything about what you call "mythology".  Those who try to evangelize
> >> > to everyone around them irritate me, in fact.

> >> Same here. That's why I responded to your arrogant, Xian Afterlife BS
> >> Extravaganza Thread, and why I'm not the only one, in fact.

> > There was nothing evangelical about that post or thread.  You must not
> > be very bright (not that this is news).

> Yes, I confuse means and medians all the ***ing time.

No confusion required to make a joke, Jefferson, though there seems to
be plenty of confusion on your end given that you're incapable of being
able to laugh at a joke without attempting to be an ass about it.

Do you scream at the mirror when you get up in the morning to go shave?  
"WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU LOOKING AT!?!?!?"

Get a grip already, you freaking tool.  

--
E.F. Hokie

<insert witty or profound quote here>

 
 
 

RIP Scott Kalitta

Post by Jefferson N. Glapsk » Thu, 26 Jun 2008 12:18:51



Quote:
> On Wed, 25 Jun 2008 00:22:39 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...



>> > On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 13:27:46 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...



>> >> > On Tue, 24 Jun 2008 02:40:41 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...



>> >> >> > On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 07:19:41 GMT, Jefferson N. Glapski wrote...

>> >> >> >> Since god is usually called upon when someone is very sick and
>> >> >> >> gets
>> >> >> >> credit
>> >> >> >> for a return to health, why doesn't god get credit for this
>> >> >> >> death?
>> >> >> >> Or
>> >> >> >> isn't
>> >> >> >> it powerful enough?

>> >> >> > Does being a misanthropic attention hound make you feel warm
>> >> >> > inside,
>> >> >> > Jeff?  Seriously, what's the point of the above question?

>> >> >> If you truly believed in your mythology as you proclaim, a death
>> >> >> would
>> >> >> be
>> >> >> a
>> >> >> celebrated passage to a better place, like exiting Crappy Valley.

>> >> >> The fact it isn't speaks volumes hypocrite.

>> >> > Direct your tantrums elsewhere, son... I don't go around proclaiming
>> >> > anything about what you call "mythology".  Those who try to
>> >> > evangelize
>> >> > to everyone around them irritate me, in fact.

>> >> Same here. That's why I responded to your arrogant, Xian Afterlife BS
>> >> Extravaganza Thread, and why I'm not the only one, in fact.

>> > There was nothing evangelical about that post or thread.  You must not
>> > be very bright (not that this is news).

>> Yes, I confuse means and medians all the ***ing time.

> No confusion required to make a joke, Jefferson, though there seems to
> be plenty of confusion on your end given that you're incapable of being
> able to laugh at a joke without attempting to be an ass about it.

I laugh at you all the time. No need to worry about it.