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  • On 31 Oct 2014 in When next Tuesday comes..., CaptainShuddup said:

    I hope they bad you too, Salema Bala Hakbar

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Obama and the Gummint fuck up again!, CaptainShuddup said:

    The Jig is up Assholes stop bitching at me, you fuckers blew it.
    What happen to you man? You used to be so beautiful.

    You guys could have made 30 million 18 to 26 year old voters, vote for anything you said.

    But you can keep blaming me if you want to. It will just make it more fun Tuesday. I'm just getting warmed up. I'm going to feel like I took a shit for the first time in six years. Feel free to quote me out of context on that.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Democrats Losing Youth Vote: Millennials Turning to the GOP, CaptainShuddup said:

    Well the Conservatives, er I mean the Liberals could really use your view of politics Tuesday so be there will ya.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Obama and the Gummint fuck up again!, CaptainShuddup said:

    humanity says

    Well, yes maybe , if it weren't a bunch of nonsensical jiibish.

    You've been drinking coolaid for so long you can't hear the thunder for the rain.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Obama and the Gummint fuck up again!, CaptainShuddup said:

    Branson builds a media empire and an airline on his own, then the Liberals say he didn't do that the Government did, and made it happen. The government gives him billions in tax incentives and grants, then he crashes and burns those same assholes say... The Government didn't do that Branson did!

    Can you see how that might be construed as a little tad assholish?

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Obama and the Gummint fuck up again!, CaptainShuddup said:

    Well since this has nothing to do with Obama or the Liberals then buttmunches wont be too disappointed when the Republicans totally defend NASA all together over the next 3 to 4 years. Let Branson crash his own Billions into the ground, with out any of MY tax dollars involved, they might, just maybe, make something they can put into orbit and keep aloft.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, CaptainShuddup said:

    Those aren't really basements, as they are still ground level. They build the basement hull on the lot, then dump a huge mound of dirt over it, then build on top of that.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Democrats Losing Youth Vote: Millennials Turning to the GOP, CaptainShuddup said:

    JH says

    Capn you do know your homies in Congress do sound like sbh though. Maybe not all in one run on paragraph but there are enough of them in congress to cover all the bases!

    Then how come it's always the race baiting Liberals that keep getting caught saying those things in the Conservative's proxy? They aren't saying those things, the Liberals are saying that they are. And they are repulsing everyone while doing so. That shit is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 2008.

    It's tired, it's stale and it's repulsive.

    SBH do me a favor and be at the polling stations Tuesday to do some last minute politicking. Just be your normal nice honest self.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Democrats Losing Youth Vote: Millennials Turning to the GOP, CaptainShuddup said:

    Oh look who'd it is, coming to play the race card on the Republicans while spewing Liberal sanctioned Bigotry.

    SBH do you have any black friends, have you ever helped a black neighbor without seeking repayment because that's what neighbors do? SBH are you married to a Hispanic woman and are you on great terms with the huge extended family that brings? SBH can you count all of your white friends that you have on just one hand? I'm hosting a party tonight with about 70 people, and will be the only White guy there. Well my wife's sisters husbands Brother in law might show up. But we're more acquaintances where as the Carbajal's and Aguierie's are people I can call and they call when we need each other's help.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, CaptainShuddup said:

    New Renter says

    Which is exactly why I'm so hellbent on getting a damn basement!

    My office/jam-room/man-cave is the only way we've lasted so long. It was a 1bed room apartment addition added to the side of the house, that I liberated joining in to the house. I'm on the opposite side of the house, so it suits my needs. A garage can be OK but you really have to put some money into them. By time you convert it into something that it is not. You could have built a structure in your back yard, and not lost your garage. A Shed is only fine if you're into wood working and other handy type hobbies, where you'll sweat. By time you insulate, rewire, drywall and air condition a decent size shed, it's no long really considered a shed.

    I'm in South Florida so no Basement for us.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, CaptainShuddup said:

    georgeliberte says

    We did not let it be and do not fell compelled to live up to other peoples fantasies or expectations; if you do you get what you deserve. I was single for a number of years and could come up with the same list for all those allegedly 'free' singles. Your life is in part what you make of it.

    True dat!

    Besides today it's too damn expensive to try to woo a new girl, and that's after you already invested in the days, weeks, months or years, in just putting your self out there to find a new interest. Then even if you do find another woman or the woman finds another man, eventually those relationships will bring you to the exact same point you just escaped from.

    Space and Understanding are the two best assets any marriage can have. Romance and Lovey dovey only goes so far.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Generation X- The Recession's Lost Generation of Homeowners, CaptainShuddup said:

    turtledove says

    Young adults thinking about medicine right now should probably run the other way. They will likely pay more than any previous crop of MDs for their education and they will definitely earn considerably less.

    Well let's not forget being a Doctor is so easy an Indian can do it.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in More American outstanding leadership through automation, CaptainShuddup said:

    Americur... Fuck YEAH! Coming through to shit on your da-hey!

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Liberal Hypocricy, while lesbian couple with black baby, CaptainShuddup said:

    turtledove says

    The couple has every right to be pissed at the apparent sloth that exists at that sperm bank. That doesn't mean that they love the baby they do have any less.

    No of course not but if "Sensitivity Issues" are shoved down the white male's throats and what it and isn't appropriate can change by the tweet. Then you better damn well believe that is very inappropriate for a Lesbian couple to bitch about the race of their lab baby. Otherwise it would seem like we're all on this crazy thrill ride of perversion at Whitties expense!

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, CaptainShuddup said:

    Blurtman says

    CaptainShuddup says

    o. But don't go fucking up your kids lives because you have some fantasy that in your late 50's or 60's you can have some new independent life and take on new romantic conquests.

    That is not the norm. Old farts in those stories had enough money to set mom up for life. Your typical middle class divorce in that demographic isn't as pretty. Most instances the mother lived her adult life as her only vocation was being a housewife and doesn't have any other marketable skills especially at her age. The guy lived a normal life and doesn't have a lot of money in the bank. His retirement isn't enough to pay out some huge alimony settlement.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Things married couples wont tell you, CaptainShuddup said:

    BayAreaObserver says

    9. You’re never too old to get divorced - Freed by social mores and encouraged by financial independence, aging boomers seem particularly likely to get divorced. The rate of divorce doubled among adults aged over 50 between 1990 and 2010, according to “The Gray Divorce Revolution,” a study carried out by Susan Brown and I-Fen Lin at Bowling Green State University.

    That's the one I never understood, if you stuck with them through raising kids and sending through college, then just get a divorce after there's no point. It makes no sense and is a very selfish thing to do to your kids who at that point are trying to establish their adult lives. They are now pulled into their parents self imposed hardships.

    Almost every time without fail, they end up having to sell their house because the wife can win it in court but she can't afford the upkeep. So for them they think the only sensible thing to do is to sell it. Usually the sale is just barely enough to cover the first, second or third mortgages and both walk away without anything. Both go from dual income to single income and their quality of life drastically reduces. By time they are in their late 60's it become evident that their kids will have to sponsor the financial needs of at least one of the parents.

    I want to kick their asses every time I hear about some couple married for over 25 years, filing for a divorce. Split up and sleep in different rooms, and let each other live independent lives if you have to. But don't go fucking up your kids lives because you have some fantasy that in your late 50's or 60's you can have some new independent life and take on new romantic conquests. Because none of those never pan out as well.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Microbusinesses struggle to cover health insurance costs, CaptainShuddup said:

    By the way speaking of which, this was Dental surgeon, they pretty much did surgery on my jaw, and the bill was about $320.

    A surgery like that in any other orifice in the Hospital or Doctors office would have been at least $6,000 or more and I would have gotten bills from several health professionals that I never even saw.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Microbusinesses struggle to cover health insurance costs, CaptainShuddup said:

    JH says

    Are you going to be in a better mood next Wednesday morning after the election?

    Actually I've been in a better mood since last week I had a bottom molar extracted that has been cracked for over a decade and causing me sinus, jaw and gum problems, and every gland and node in my head, face and neck was swollen. As soon as it came out, I felt better than I've felt in YEARS.

    I can't believe I lived with it for so long, I though pulling a tooth would have been a bigger ordeal than it actually was. My headaches are gone, my swollen jaw, my heart palpitations and the constant agitation has subdued as well.

    I'm back to being my bubbly self.

    I only got it pulled because just this year around June. When I started oil pulling coconut oil, killed the infection in the tooth, then the gum line around the tooth that and the pouch against that took receded, and exposed about an 1/8 inch or more of the root. I got it pulled then because I didn't want the infection to spread to other teeth. Had I known it would have solved my other problems I would have yanked that thing out with the pliers a long time ago.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Over 214,000 Doctors Opt Out of Obamacare Exchanges, CaptainShuddup said:

    justme says

    The latter is clearly not true since the ACA law demands that any overhead+profit past 20% of the premiums must be rebated back to the insured.

    That's just the insurance aspect to ACA, the buck DOES NOT STOP WITH THE INSURANCE COMPANY guys!

    You wont be rebated one thin red cent in any portion that you have to pay to the Doctor or Hospital.

    Many people are going to assume that every specialist that their Doctor recommend that they see, is either in their network or the procedure is something that the insurance company either covers fully if they don't cover it at all. Then if you lay out $10,000 or more on that procedure. It does NOT count toward your max out of pocket deductible and copay cap.

    When you're stressing over health people tend to act first then ask how much later. The doctor ordered an endoscopic endoscopy to get to the problem of stomach problems she was having. It turned out the strip mall clinic we went to, is owned by the Memorial Hospital monopoly and was not covered because the insurance company considers anything having to do with the Hospital the Emergency Room. Since the doctor was out of network, and that procedure is only fully covered for people over 55 for Colon cancer presreening.

    We were on the hook for all of it.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in More American outstanding leadership through automation, CaptainShuddup said:

    Yeah but I'm just talking about the 80's space shuttle era.

    It was apparent that the 60's space programs was obviously a HUGE, Ginormous employment engine. So it would only make sense if we did put a man on the moon there were probably 100 to 1 PHD's working in the program compared to the 80's and on.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in More American outstanding leadership through automation, CaptainShuddup said:

    Wait a minute are you telling me that it is only marginally cheaper to outsource our space program and have no unified standard reusable space vehicle that even compares to the space shuttle?

    The only reason I can think of the Apollo space missions costing so much more would be they probably needed 100x more in Manpower acting as components monitoring specific events and hardware of the Apollo space rockets that computers would be automating today. I can't imagine the hardware costing anywhere near as much as we've spent on 5 space shuttles, various satellites hardware in those eras.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Democrats Losing Youth Vote: Millennials Turning to the GOP, CaptainShuddup said:

    They've been living at home with Mom and Dad having to have a healthy dose of reality crammed down their throats. I think at this point these kids want a real job that can pay them real wages, and more importantly buy them their independence. Where they would be free to have Liberal fantastical ideas, but be left up to their self reliance to make those a reality or a flop.

    $20 bucks here and there every day is getting harder and harder to pull out of Mom and Dad, as their finances are squeezed. They aren't propping up these kids idealistic lifestyles, where they just want to ride their bike and chill. Which is code for go over to so and so's house with a 12 pack of beer and a grams of weed. now they are bored out of their skull and are waking up.

    Those republicans aren't that bad, they want the same thing that they do. And that is that kids over 18 get a job or go to school with out bankrupting their lives, and moving out of their parents house and living a productive life.

    Nothing wrong with that is there Dan?

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Non-resident homeowners should be taxed heavily - OC Housing News, CaptainShuddup said:

    I'm for taxing non residential Real Estate definitely.

    Especially when the economy improves and those inventories start impacting communities health should other wise be thriving.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Generation X- The Recession's Lost Generation of Homeowners, CaptainShuddup said:

    Indiana Jones says

    As a Gen Xer from the Bay Area, most of my "middle class" friends who own homes are struggling. Things such as being underwater and unable to sell, losing jobs, getting pay cuts or getting jobs at lower salaries than previously, having to rely on credit cards to get by, short selling homes, foreclosing, cashing out 401Ks to get by, etc. The rest just never bought and are now unable to pay the high prices, despite working their butts off.

    The Generation X, my Generation were a bunch of pompous materialistic asses. Don't forget we swooned over Madonna when she sang "Material Girl".
    We longed for $30,000 sports cars, that more sensible people considered ridiculously expensive. They didn't want to buy a resale in established neighborhoods, they had to live in newly developed gated communities with HOA fees on top of paying more for Utilities and Taxes.

    Yeah everyone of those Assholes that I have known that bought those big expensive houses when there were in the 20s or 30s and we thought they were really on the ball. All lost their houses, and do menial jobs that doesn't produce the income no where near what they were making back then.

    I have friends who bought in modest neighborhoods in the late 80's or 90's and they are still in those houses or own them still and rent them out.

    That's why when I bought, I intentionally bought with in a mortgage that couple could swing working two full time minimum wage jobs(if there is such a thing), and not depend lock my finances into a situation that depends on a Salary that people typically make through out their career on in a ten year window tops. Before they lose their marketability or their business Paradigm changes on them making them irrelevant.

  • On 31 Oct 2014 in Now Hiring, Programers in Fremont. $1.21 an Hour!, CaptainShuddup said:

    EFI was charged $3,500 -- yes, seriously -- for being at fault.

    I would love to see their political contributions track records.

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