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RonaldJosephCote

  At 1st.....I gave him the benefit of the doubt. When he started complaining about babies dying in Africa. I thought, maybe he's a priest or missionary going through a crisis of faith. But then he started complaining about France, and the U.K. and the U.S and I thought.....Jesus, don't you understand the history of anything?

IMBacon
RonaldJosephCote wrote:

  At 1st.....I gave him the benefit of the doubt. When he started complaining about babies dying in Africa. I thought, maybe he's a priest or missionary going through a crisis of faith. But then he started complaining about France, and the U.K. and the U.S and I thought.....Jesus, don't you understand the history of anything?

I think he got tired of himself...Or frustrated his act wasn't getting the desired result.

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Asmo2k
RonaldJosephCote wrote:

  At 1st.....I gave him the benefit of the doubt. When he started complaining about babies dying in Africa. I thought, maybe he's a priest or missionary going through a crisis of faith. But then he started complaining about France, and the U.K. and the U.S and I thought.....Jesus, don't you understand the history of anything?

 

Occasionally I might come across as a bit of an arse. Not denying that I am one, but I worked with people like that for about a year and can spot those sort of red-flags from 20 miles away, which may add to my perceived arsery.

IMBacon
Asmo2k wrote:
RonaldJosephCote wrote:

  At 1st.....I gave him the benefit of the doubt. When he started complaining about babies dying in Africa. I thought, maybe he's a priest or missionary going through a crisis of faith. But then he started complaining about France, and the U.K. and the U.S and I thought.....Jesus, don't you understand the history of anything?

 

Occasionally I might come across as a bit of an arse. Not denying that I am one, but I worked with people like that for about a year and can spot those sort of red-flags from 20 miles away, which may add to my perceived arsery.

This is exactly why i can come across as "snarky" when the same questions are constantly asked, and no effort is put into seeing if it has been asked before.

mbereobong
IMBacon wrote:
Asmo2k wrote:
RonaldJosephCote wrote:

  At 1st.....I gave him the benefit of the doubt. When he started complaining about babies dying in Africa. I thought, maybe he's a priest or missionary going through a crisis of faith. But then he started complaining about France, and the U.K. and the U.S and I thought.....Jesus, don't you understand the history of anything?

 

Occasionally I might come across as a bit of an arse. Not denying that I am one, but I worked with people like that for about a year and can spot those sort of red-flags from 20 miles away, which may add to my perceived arsery.

This is exactly why i can come across as "snarky" when the same questions are constantly asked, and no effort is put into seeing if it has been asked before.

I know, it's like they're posting for the heck of it.

Asmo2k
IMBacon wrote:
Asmo2k wrote:
RonaldJosephCote wrote:

  At 1st.....I gave him the benefit of the doubt. When he started complaining about babies dying in Africa. I thought, maybe he's a priest or missionary going through a crisis of faith. But then he started complaining about France, and the U.K. and the U.S and I thought.....Jesus, don't you understand the history of anything?

 

Occasionally I might come across as a bit of an arse. Not denying that I am one, but I worked with people like that for about a year and can spot those sort of red-flags from 20 miles away, which may add to my perceived arsery.

This is exactly why i can come across as "snarky" when the same questions are constantly asked, and no effort is put into seeing if it has been asked before.

 

Been here for a little bit now, still a noob, but starting to get the gist. I do see what you mean.