The disappearance of MR. Wastefield

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    It sure seems that way.  
     
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    As it applies to me, this was his reference to fecal matter, by none other than Burrito; notice the time stamp. Sad and telling.

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    posted at 6/29/2011 9:54 PM EDT
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    I always liked your references likening certain posters as being the same as attracting flies to manure... you happen to always be the one attracted to it. You cannot resist. Any thread I create you post on, any comment Softlawused to make you respond to.

    As you can see harness, your the fly.

    Now run along Mr. Fly and make some more private messages to all 5 of your goofy comrades.  

     
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    [QUOTE]Short Leash?  Preserved an recorded? I admit I said "scum bag" because you both associated me with the word "dung". I do not know I AM ON A SHORT LEASH .... Calling someone dung? Is that some polite thing?  Is it? If I am on a short leash than you can both go you know where.  Again harness makes a statement exposing himself as some sort of secret police. This thread and your REMARKS have all been made to antagonize. And what is this "I am a homeowner with a dog" bull crap.  I own land, have my own real estate and property management business , and a family.  What does that mean here?  Are we now trying to trump one another with our personal real life achievements? RECROD THIS:  THE BDC CANNOT BAN ME FOR CALLING ONE PERSON A SCUM BAG WHO HAD JUST PREVIOUSLY CALLED ME "dung" on a thread that was started by harness that is deliberate in making fun of other posters.
    Posted by BurritoT[/QUOTE]

    This may confuse the mods. Let me assist you. It's spelled:


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    [QUOTE]As it applies to me, this was his reference to fecal matter, by none other than Burrito; notice the time stamp. Sad and telling. Re: The disappearance of MR. Wastefield posted at 6/29/2011 9:54 PM EDT www.boston.com/community/persona.html?UID=d122aefcdaf458362282bbfb1965bdee&plckUserId=d122aefcdaf458362282bbfb1965bdee " /> BurritoT Posts: 3604 First: 9/29/2009 Last: 6/29/2011I always liked your references likening certain posters as being the same as attracting flies to manure ... you happen to always be the one attracted to it. You cannot resist. Any thread I create you post on, any comment Softlaw used  to make you respond to. As you can see harness,  your the fly . Now run along  Mr. Fly  and make some more private messages to all 5 of your goofy comrades.  
    Posted by nhsteven[/QUOTE]

    Interesting. He deleted this one also, but not quickly enough. I never saw it.
    Wonder what causes Burrito to delete his own posts? Why make them in the first place.
    You'd think one would think before he posts.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: The disappearance of MR. Wastefield : Interesting. He deleted this one also, but not quickly enough. I never saw it. Wonder what causes  Burrito to delete his own posts ? Why make them in the first place. You'd think a land owner would think before he posts.
    Posted by harness[/QUOTE]

    He's covering his tracks so he has an alibi.
     
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    Kinda funny when ya think about it.
    Burrito starts threads as if he's 3 sheets in the wind. Then he eventually realizes what he's done and moves or completely changes the OP. Then edits/deletes posts at will. It's like he has a dual personality.
    One is ashamed of the other.

    He needles posters & players alike. Then he acts surprised at the responses.
    Perhaps his alter ego is Jack. Jack Daniels.
     
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    [QUOTE]Kinda funny when ya think about it. Burrito starts threads as if he's 3 sheets in the wind. Then he eventually realizes what he's done and moves or completely changes the OP. Then edits/deletes posts at will. It's like he has a dual personality. One is ashamed of the other. He needles posters & players alike. Then he acts surprised at the responses. Perhaps his alter ego is Jack. Jack Daniels.
    Posted by harness[/QUOTE]

    Maybe Burrito is a classic Bully - to; without the smarts. To be quite honest, let's put a lid on discussing him. He's not really that interesting.





     
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    Ted Kennedy's alter ego was Jack Daniels, and Jack only had one.
     
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    Nixon's would have been an inmate - and a friendly one at that -  had their been any real justice.
     
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    This thread has jumped a few helixes; most not so good.
     
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    Considering the subject matter, it only had one direction to go.
     
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    If "their" was any justice, Ted Kennedy would have been excommunicated and had his door jamb.  
     
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    It wasn't by intent. It was negligence. Which describes 12 years of Bush league.
    Nixon can't make the same claim.
     
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    [QUOTE]One of my favorite lines from Groucho to the Margaret Dumont character: 'Don't leave in a huff...leave in a minute and a huff.'
    Posted by Hfxsoxnut[/QUOTE]

    That's hilarious, Halifax. You Yankee fan cheerleaders must be rolling on your other board. For the life of me, I cannot understand what's keeping you from putting me on ignore.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: The disappearance of MR. Wastefield : The pot calling the kettle.  I've decided your multitasking as Softy's b* and Kim's Igor is getting a little too demanding for you. Oh well, it was good while it lasted.
    Posted by nhsteven[/QUOTE]

    What does that mean, Steve? Are you trying to say I'm Frankenstein? lol Stop spending 24/7 on a rival team's message board insulting posters, and trying to get rid of fans here that bother you. You are absolutely in every ongoing argument on this board. When I told you that you were even involved in the Softy arguments, which I would imagine only involve the Red Sox, you said you weren't. Clearly, you are all over this board right in the middle of them. I can't even keep up with all the different disagreements on the board. How do you have the time to do it, and, more importantly, why would you spend your time that way? Do you even care about your own team? You didn't even know anything about the 2009 playoff games. You need to find a Yankee board, and create a twitter account for anyone that wants to keep up with how that's going for you.

     
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    Not that I wish this thread to veer towards baseball, but I find it amazing that the team has lost every game but one in which Moon has attended on his vacation. And he may have had car trouble and actually missed the game they won!

    This whole road trip can easily be attributed to the great Moon jinx!
    Let this be the jinx breaker!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lFxGBB4UGU&feature=related
     
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    sad - you guys just go on and on.... 
     
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    Sad that you must lower yourself to knee level again: Softlaw (aka MR. Wastefield) - UR lord and master - has returned. This thread has served it's purpose: to bring the ole' mule back.
     
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    [QUOTE]Sad that you must lower yourself to knee level again : Softlaw (aka MR. Wastefield ) - UR lord and master - has returned. This thread has served it's purpose: to bring the ole' mule back.
    Posted by harness[/QUOTE]
    This thread did not bring me back, but the rest of your bloviating posts did. Some one needs to counter your outlandish remarks, and that person is me. Much like how it is Congress' job to counter Hope and Change.
     
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    Softlaw needs no allies, and he would not accept them should they come... I am in my own boat.
     
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    [QUOTE]Softlaw needs no allies, and he would not accept them should they come... I am in my own boat.
    Posted by BurritoT[/QUOTE]
    Well said, Burrito. I have no allies, only those who agree and disagree with me. Obviously there are more of the latter, because Red Sox Nation is nothing more than a sheep farm and I am the sheep dog, doing my best to round you fools up. If you agree with me, then you are smarter than the rest.
     
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    Sad - you guys just go on and on...


     
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    It wasn't by intent. It was negligence. Which describes 12 years of Bush league.
    Nixon can't make the same claim.


    It was specific intent to leave the scene. The moderate Nixon didn't kill anyone, and had he had the wisdom to simply admit knolwedge of breaking into the campagin headquarters of the Socialist Public Policy Democrat Party, it is unlikely that his fellow rival political crooks would have been able to pretend that it was the equivalent of having dead people vote and throwing votes in a Chicago river. Like nearly every politician, corruption and scienter of organized corruption is a requirement for membership in the club. In terms of culpability, Nixon was virtuous compared to blow dry blogo and the Daly Chicago corruption. He could have challenged and likely exposed the 1960 union and mob based orgainzied crime voter fraud corruption in Chicago that would have made Watergate look like a parking ticket. He chose the path of least resistance, which is not as sinister as the motives of his political adversaries. 

    Nixon and Bushers were not conservatives. However, their negligence hasn't done the damage of the sinister policies of entitlement debt for votes and the corrupt federal policies of illegitimate interference with commerce, private property and liberty. 

    As long as the typical American voter buys into something for nothing, the credit card crack of American culture, they will get the current leaders who sell the policy of something for nothing. But credit abuse and dependence leads to suspension and a dry well, which is where we are now. The American people don't want to give up the current entitlements, as more than one generation is now dependent upon and expectations of the false claims of "retirement", which is really signing up to be a ward of the State and burden to private property and working capital. The current administration is counting on you and the millions of others to join together to vote for those who promise to raise the debt ceiling, expand the entitlements and appropriate more private property to keep confidence in the Madoff ponzi scheme alive. Simply closing corporate loopholes and making rich people pay their "fair share" will keep the credit line open and keep those who either get or are expecting something for nothing to maintain confidence in the policy federal administration of social programs. Of course, even if the administration had, when it had the chance to do so under the law firm of Obama, Reid and Pelosi, AA, appropriated a Marxist level of private wealth, the entitlement policies will never be fully funded and the central authority will default without calling it a default. 

    In my time as a citizen, I have learned that, collectively, people have and will always manufacture artifices of corruption. To this extent, the aspirational visions of the founding fathers and the rights and strictures of the U.S. Constitition have been eroded under the powerful seductive appeal of the vision of a collective utopia. There has never been, in U.S history, an organization that embodies the competing collectivist vision, more than the current administration. It is, exactly, the vision of marxism, administered in the form of a socialist republic. The inevitable end of the pathos of socialist republic economic policy is the economic ruins that create a vacuum replaced by totalitariansim. For to be productive, man must must have the promise and protection of private property. To maintain this freedom, there must be a sober and intelligent society that understands the wisdom of a social order based upon family and what the virtues of a responsible family member entails. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: The disappearance of MR. Wastefield : What does that mean, Steve? Are you trying to say I'm Frankenstein? lol Stop spending 24/7 on a rival team's message board insulting posters, and trying to get rid of fans here that bother you. You are absolutely in every ongoing argument on this board. When I told you that you were even involved in the Softy arguments, which I would imagine only involve the Red Sox, you said you weren't. Clearly, you are all over this board right in the middle of them. I can't even keep up with all the different disagreements on the board. How do you have the time to do it, and, more importantly, why would you spend your time that way? Do you even care about your own team? You didn't even know anything about the 2009 playoff games. You need to find a Yankee board, and create a twitter account for anyone that wants to keep up with how that's going for you.
    Posted by kimsaysthis[/QUOTE]

    Not that you're Frankenstein, but that the only posters on this board you approve of are "yes men".  I don't even understand your jab at Hfsoxnut; he had a reference to a Marx Bros line, "seems" like a Sox fan (apparently every Sox fan that doesn't fit your profile is a Yankee fan - good luck with that), and yet you say what you do; which in general includes insults as well (as you point out so well about me), from your ivory tower. Otherwise, Yawn ... same old same old suggestions.
     
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    [QUOTE]It wasn't by intent. It was negligence. Which describes 12 years of Bush league. Nixon can't make the same claim. It was specific intent to leave the scene. The moderate Nixon didn't kill anyone, and had he had the wisdom to simply admit knolwedge of breaking into the campagin headquarters of the Socialist Public Policy Democrat Party, it is unlikely that his fellow rival political crooks would have been able to pretend that it was the equivalent of having dead people vote and throwing votes in a Chicago river. Like nearly every politician, corruption and scienter of organized corruption is a requirement for membership in the club. In terms of culpability, Nixon was virtuous compared to blow dry blogo and the Daly Chicago corruption. He could have challenged and likely exposed the 1960 union and mob based orgainzied crime voter fraud corruption in Chicago that would have made Watergate look like a parking ticket. He chose the path of least resistance, which is not as sinister as the motives of his political adversaries.  Nixon and Bushers were not conservatives. However, their negligence hasn't done the damage of the sinister policies of entitlement debt for votes and the corrupt federal policies of illegitimate interference with commerce, private property and liberty.  As long as the typical American voter buys into something for nothing, the credit card crack of American culture, they will get the current leaders who sell the policy of something for nothing. But credit abuse and dependence leads to suspension and a dry well, which is where we are now. The American people don't want to give up the current entitlements, as more than one generation is now dependent upon and expectations of the false claims of "retirement", which is really signing up to be a ward of the State and burden to private property and working capital. The current administration is counting on you and the millions of others to join together to vote for those who promise to raise the debt ceiling, expand the entitlements and appropriate more private property to keep confidence in the Madoff ponzi scheme alive. Simply closing corporate loopholes and making rich people pay their "fair share" will keep the credit line open and keep those who either get or are expecting something for nothing to maintain confidence in the policy federal administration of social programs. Of course, even if the administration had, when it had the chance to do so under the law firm of Obama, Reid and Pelosi, AA, appropriated a Marxist level of private wealth, the entitlement policies will never be fully funded and the central authority will default without calling it a default.  In my time as a citizen, I have learned that, collectively, people have and will always manufacture artifices of corruption. To this extent, the aspirational visions of the founding fathers and the rights and strictures of the U.S. Constitition have been eroded under the powerful seductive appeal of the vision of a collective utopia. There has never been, in U.S history, an organization that embodies the competing collectivist vision, more than the current administration. It is, exactly, the vision of marxism, administered in the form of a socialist republic. The inevitable end of the pathos of socialist republic economic policy is the economic ruins that create a vacuum replaced by totalitariansim. For to be productive, man must must have the promise and protection of private property. To maintain this freedom, there must be a sober and intelligent society that understands the wisdom of a social order based upon family and what the virtues of a responsible family member entails. 
    Posted by redsoxcorpseman[/QUOTE]

    Fascinating, brilliant, & compelling stuff; but jaded. The US political system is to the Right of most of the developed countries in the world; perhaps you should be talking in Global Terms. Also, It sounds like you would support the return of slavery, here's guessing your ancestors were involved in that. Your attacks on Obama, are, for the most part absurd. Your silence about the abuses of the elite are revealing, and not surprising. Ditto your comment "man must have the promise and protection of private property". Right. You do have a point about the '60 election, and your analogy is apt. When Joe Kennedy (Whom FDR despised and shipped out to Britain to get him out of his hair) was asked about the close election, he said "I didn't pay for a landslide". 

    You should write for a conservative blog; and, by adding the "Founding Fathers" touch, you've out Glen Beck'd Glen Beck.

     

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