(Bay Area Dave)
Why did you assume I was in the Navy?
So tell me again why someone who whines about having a business without
the necessary equipment <snip> how a person who makes money woodworking
doesn't have a truck for hauling supplies, equipment, or whatever, comes
on here to whine about the lack thereof, complains about a $500 minimum
that ONE company she dealt with just instituted, <snip>
Sigh. And, I had promised myself I wouldn't respond to any posts
from Homer, unless he posted in response to a post of mine first. Ah
well, so it goes.
Well, Homer, were you in the Navy?
I didn't see any whining, by Renata. She stated a problem, using
capitals, and punctuation; and asked for input. Instead, she gets
There is no requirement for a person making money, or even a
living, woodworking, to own a truck, or even a trailer. When I was a
kid, a man just up the way from us made his living woodworking, out of a
one-car garage. He had no truck, he had no trailer that I know of.
Yet, he made a living, and supported himself and his wife, with no
probem. I knew another man, he didn't even have a vehicle.
Same thing, there's no rule some has to buy $500 worth of wood at a
time. Yes, a company can make a rule like that. No, it does not mean
she has to buy that much, or that anyone has to. Even if anyone did
have the $500, they might not have room to store that much wood. I sell
some stuff, and it would be a really major hardship on me to come up
with $500 for a wood purchase. But, it's a moot point, because I don't
have storage room.
I know this is a shot in the dark, but why don't you give a reply
that is actually of use, once in awhile?
Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we are here we might
as well dance.
Life just ain't life without good music. - JOAT
Web Page Update 18 Dec 2003.
Some tunes I like.
it wasn't so much of "jumping all over her" as the ensuing arguments
indicate. I was being facetious about a couple of things, ALONG WITH my
recommendation to get a truck, but THAT got lost in the shuffle. IF you
check her later posts, she called me some choice names, and then
mentioned to someone else SHE IS GONNA GET A TRUCK! I rest my case!
who would be as idiotic as YOU to push a lost cause? namely this STUPID
argument. Havent' you had enough, already? How about if I tell you NOW
that you can have the LAST WORD. would that satisfy your need to "win"
(I use the term loosely)?
enough...this is boring now...
Scott Cramer wrote:
(didn't get this far before I posted a reply)
I had to stoop to unladylikeness and it's all BAD's fault!
But I thank both of you for the thought, anyway
On Thu, 18 Dec 2003 20:13:34 -0500 (EST), email@example.com
You know Dave, when I first started reading this group, not long ago, I
read your posts, and thought "he seems like a nice guy, I wonder why
others treat him so badly". Thank you for enlightening me. Now I know.
You are welcome, Mike. I'd hate to keep you in the dark about so
important an issue as my popularity, or lack thereof.
Explain to me your rationale for making a negative character assessment
of me because of the options I listed .
BTW, as far as I am concerned you are WHINING about me. If I offend you
so, just plonk me and enjoy the Wreck without my presence. Wouldn't
that be the adult thing to do, rather than expect me to change into a
clone of you; someone who wrote everything from YOUR viewpoint?
Mike Alexander wrote:
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