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So he was a big fat arrogant bully?.....I would really enjoy deflating the Pillsbury Dough Boy......
Not if you were just a boy when it happened.
size, strength and age don't necessarily mean anything...
Okay then, assuming that you can't kick his butt, what would you have done?
used an equalizer if necessary , but most likely gave him a swift kick in what nots....
You can't go around shooting every shit who insults you. :)
You are right, I overlook the indiscretions of some.....those who are too stupid to realize they are insulting themselves, I assume they fail to realize they do it to everyone indiscriminantly....however, those that put themselves on a pedestal, I enjoy bringing them back to reality....
There would be nobody left.
If you didn't before Con_flags....now you just saw an example of the first type....when someone doesn't put themselves ablove everyone, but still insults, they fit into the first category...out of pity, I leave them to their vices. I find trying to reason with them impractical. How could someone who is unreasonable with themselves be reasoned with ?
Nevermind...I'll talk to you later
No, go ahead and write it here. We can't wait for you next post that takes up the whole page where the meaning (if any) goes in circles.
If you read back several posts, a story is there that has some dirt on him...
Some people are insignificant, so their negative deeds go largely unnoticed...they are condescending to people, try to stir up trouble, are always taking cheap shots, often without provocation.
They even will simply defend a friend because they are a friend, even if their friend is wrong. When they are a stool pigeon or at best a second, no one notices accept for the little guy. Most of these people, who are too busy laughing with their friends and trying to come up with other cruel humor to pick on people with, never do anything noteworthy with their lives, except kiss their friends arses and live for their acceptance, instead of speaking out against any and everyone who does wrong....
It starts at post 115 and the are several more there after....
It's difficult to compare jerks from different eras. Different styles are also difficult to compare.
plus, the newer jerks are standing on the shoulders of the old jerks, which is typical behavior for them.
I had the Chessmaster 2000 from way back in the 80's on the Amiga Computer. I didn't know how to turn off the voice, and it spoke in that annoying computerese (The same one Stephen Hawking still uses, and cannot change, because now it has become recognized as "his voice")
Anyway, largely because of the voice, which still echoes in my head at times, (plus its annoying propensity to beat me), I hate it more than any other chessplayer.
"I am the Chessmaster.
Checkmate. You Lose."
For me its aronian
Least favourite? Aronian?? Why???
He is probably an Azeri.
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