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I used to know Clyde Lewis passably well, host of the syndicated radio show Ground Zero. If you havn't heard it, it's like Coast to Coast but shoutier and possessing worse production values.

I can deal with music noise up to a point.

I had a neighbor that would leave his dog in the yard to bark for 10-12 hour stretches, sometimes overnight. That fucking dog would bark loudly every 5-10 minutes.

It made me insane. I tried to talk to him about it with civility but he wasn't listening. I got less civil.

He was convinced that I was giving him a hard time about his dog because he was a gay guy that liked to cross dress. I couldn't give a fuck about his or anyone elses sexual or sartorial proclivities, I just wanted to not listen to his shitty dog all my waking moments.

It was a strange scene, a half made up drag queen, screaming at me about being a bigot while I begged him to just put his fucking dog in at night.

I actually considered killing the dog at one point.

Try giving up life and you'll no longer have regrets.

After legal hours.

When you can't take it.

When the baby is trying to sleep.

I haven't lived in an apartment for over twenty years because I can't deal with that kind of stuff.

cgod  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Thought Experiment

I really like it.

I don't get it, what is there to support? The video? Why? It's lame and uninteresting. You stole a bit of my life away with it.

In what way is this satirical?

It says so little about one of the most amazing protest that ever happened. It says almost nothing.

The Intercept podcast has been pretty good. They touched on this.

Happened to me a few month ago as well.

ecib you've met the man, even raised a glass with him, what do you think, could he hack the political racket?

I waited on him a few times. I didn't like him, he wasn't easy to wait on and he was an below average tipper. Most the politicians are easy to wait on and treat staff well.

cgod  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: February 15, 2017

I was pole rolling, it's a tall drop down ceiling, pain in the ass.

Some people said I should spray it but I've never used one and I didn't want to have a fiasco because I need to be open at 6am.

cgod  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: February 15, 2017

The government had taken control of all shipping in the United States during the war and after. Food, resources and manufacturing moved in the great lakes was a humongous part of the after. Food shipments after the war prevented mass starvation.

It was the greatest conversion of a capitalist economy into a control economy ever. It killed a lot of Naziz and Japanese. Great lakes shipping was a big part of the war effort. Gramps was a cog in the machine.

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