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Well hello, my name is Chris

So haven't posted since June of 2011. Anyone still on here?

Heartless

I really don't like to hate anyone. But some make it so hard not to.
When someone is so wicked, mean spirited and negative it drags everyone
around them down and they can never wait for that person to leave it
gets to a point where I think 'what went wrong in this person's life to
become this way'.
Annoying CNN Reporter: Congressman Leindecker, did you send lewd pictures to that 22 y.o. college student?

Me: Ok for one, what do you mean by lewd? If you mean pictures of my cock and ass then yes I did.

Annoying CNN Reporter: Why did you send those pictures?

Me: Because my boyfriend told me to. In fact we invited said 22 y.o. college student over for a three way. Now he's our third.

Of course this might be why there will never be a Congressman Leindecker.

Whatever, straight people are too uptight.

Was thinking

Question.

Can anyone name and site a time period in American economic history where 'Trickle Down Economics' has actually worked? And what I mean by worked is that everyone benefited (not just the guys at the top).

So, how are you doing?

I hope everyone had a great holiday season. I haven't posted a lot recently. Just been so busy.
I will share some pictures.



Also I updated my Flickr last week. I had a good two month back log of pictures I edited last week. So if you'd like take a look at some of my recent sets added to Flickr.
When people hear stories of 'bitch' and 'asshole' on invoices and
receipts or flight attendants going awol the media likes to point out
how awful these things are.

The first thing that comes to my mind when I hear these stories: What
did that 'asshole' or 'bitch' do to make them so mad? And anyone who
have worked or is working in retail or customer service knows what I'm
talking about.

Sorry folks, but if an employee is going to that length to make sure the
customer knows how they feel they usually deserve it. I'm not saying
it's smart on the employee's part, just saying the supposed 'victim'
probably had it coming.

Of course he lost weight!

http://www.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/11/11/weight.loss.race/index.html?eref=mr
ss_igoogle_cnn

I love how they built this guy up. 'Look what he did. Isn't it amazing?
Everyone should do this! It's so basic it's boring'

Then you get to the bottom of the article:

"Work out one to two hours a day."

Ok, seriously? If we all worked out one to two hours daily we'd all be
in shape and his weight loose has a lot more to do with that than his
diet.

I wish I had enough time to work out two hours a day.

Thoughts while coming into work today

- There's just something about Fall. Even after Halloween till
Thanksgiving. The few real nice days you get really exemplify the glory
that is Fall. The smells take be back in time. Like most of us my sense
of smell is so hard wired to my memories. A sniff of something can
completely change my mood or state of mind.

- People can claim whatever they want about city drivers but to me one
thing sticks out when describing the differences between city and
suburban drivers; respect for buses and bus drivers. Suburban drivers
really don't care and can be outright hostile toward Pace buses. As bad
as city drivers are they respect the CTA and will let the buses into
traffic when they need to merge. No so in the suburbs, they're speed
around them, honk at them, just be outright rude to them.

- I have a total love/hate relationship with bicycle riders. While I
respect their choice to reduce the number of vehicles on the road and
exercise I can't stand their attitude and the way they ride. Yes this is
a generalization. But cyclist that show me respect get my respect.
Cyclist who don't seem to realize that when they are on their bikes they
are considered vehicles so traffic signs and lights apply to them
receive no respect. Seriously, they do all the time but they need to
stop riding them the wrong way on one way roads. They also need to
realize stop means stop so the fat guy who arrived at the intersection
well before you did does have the right of way. Giving the fat guy the
evil stare does not make the fat guy feel bad. It just makes the fat guy
laugh at your sense of entitlement.

Why is this in my head?

For some reason I have 'We Are All Made Of Stars' by Moby in my head. I
don't even think I've heard it in years.