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Posted by 93 Percent Peaceful JKor on 29 October 2015 - 10:51 AM
Posted by Humperdink on 27 August 2018 - 11:49 PM
I hope it okay for me to post here, this is Karen, "ma" to Cose. I have cracked the code to his password, etc., to be able to answer a few questions I have seen on the forum. But, first I want to share with you all just how much many of you meant to him. He truly felt a brotherhood with you and was stoked to go on his Cose to Coast 2017 trip, meeting many of you in person. It was something that kept him going while he was devastated by circumstances he would not like me to get into here. Suffice it to say, to the member asking if Disa knows, he DID NOT want her to know anything. She had blocked his calls, texts and email messages, and he felt abandoned by her when she moved out upon him not being able to work anymore. He tried for years to explain to her how much he loved her and would do anything to have her back in his life. His dad (I don't know if you knew he was basically estranged from) came down when Cose first was in the ICU July 13th) although my daughter DID NOT want him to know. Cose told him, as well as, everyone else, he didn't want Disa to know a thing about this. He found out from a friend that made contact with him that Disa posted on Facebook about his "addiction" and how he needed help, how "she tried" to get him help, on and on. Put him on blast for all to see. I have the screen shot his friend sent. We were all puzzled as to how Disa found out. My daughter called their dad and he admitted it was HIM that invited her to his home in Oroville to fill her in on the whole thing. At that point we didn't have the Wilsons diagnosis and she presumed it was alcohol related cirhhosis. Cose was devastated by the betrayal of his dad doing this to him, and for Disa to make a public statement about him. Btw, never mentioning say a prayer or anything for him. He sat in the chair starring blankly for over two hours with tear filled eyes. NO DISA doesn't know. I hope it is a very long time before word gets to her. That would be his wishes. Thank you for all the love you have shown my son, I couldn't have loved him more or been prouder of him. I sat in the hospital for 12-15 hours per day from the 13th of July until his demise. We, fortunately, had much time to go over what was important to him and his wishes. Love to you brothers of Cose. <3
Posted by Bklmt2000 on 11 December 2016 - 08:40 AM
A few weeks ago, an elderly lady (one of the regulars, ~90 years old) was going through the self-checkout line, when she discovered that she forgot to grab a box of Zesta crackers.
She asked the cashier if he could get her a box. Apparently, the self-checkout area was pretty busy at the time, but the cashier immediately went to get the Zestas this customer asked for, while a coworker took over the self-checkout area.
Upon returning, this customer thanked the cashier profusely, and the cashier told her "you're welcome", but the customer then dropped a bombshell of sorts:
She quietly tells the cashier that she's actually quite iil, with Stage 4 lung cancer, and that Zestas are about the only solid food she can keep down, due to her chemo.
Cashier helps her finish ringing up her groceries, and (while a coworker is minding things), he helps this customer out to her car and loads her groceries.
Customer thanks him again, and cashier says, "you're welcome, and I hope you feel better soon."
Two weeks later, the cashier learns that the customer wrote a very nice letter to the cashier's management, praising the cashier and his kindness, and the management not only sent their own letter of praise to the cashier, but also a copy of the customer's original letter.
A few salient details to give this story better context:
- The management in question (whom the customer wrote to) wasn't the store manager, or even the regional manager, but the CEO of the entire store chain.
- The CEO in question: one Mr. Rodney McMullen, the CEO of Kroger's. Yes, that Kroger's.
- The cashier in question: my son.
We first learned of this last night, after our son got home from work (he found out shortly before his shift ended).
Upon hearing his story and reading the CEO's and customer's letters, my wife said: "Now the CEO of Kroger's knows I raised my son right." Damn right he does.
Just wanted to share.
Posted by Brian72 on 12 August 2016 - 09:56 AM
Posted by Car ChuckRam on 19 July 2017 - 04:12 PM
At the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Field Office, my wife was administered the Oath of Citizenship, and is now, and forevermore, an American. I am so very proud of her.
Posted by siouxbrewer on 06 June 2017 - 01:45 PM
And told me that she tells people to come eat here all the time because it's so clean. I see her eating in here from time to time, but that comment really made me smile. 4 straight perfect scores #notsohumblebrag
Posted by BIG POPPA on 08 June 2016 - 06:43 PM
Through the use of myfitnesspal, a 1500 cal sensible diet and moderate exercise, I have lost 53 pounds.
I'm feeling pretty good right now. I really have no goal set to achieve other than I want to see how much I can loose with the same regiment. I would like to see 200 but we'll see. I am taking the slow but steady approach and not starving myself, but just watching more closely what I eat and portion control.
I have found out that just because a product is labeled as lite or healthy doesn't mean it is.
So it's been a journey that I am dedicated to.
Posted by Hillbilly Deluxe on 21 January 2012 - 08:51 PM
Posted by idajack on 04 March 2019 - 10:22 AM
Papers are signed, submitted electronically to the court at 9:45
Are you sure about this?
Posted by Car ChuckRam on 19 January 2017 - 08:52 PM
The fact that adults would come into the PH and push buttons like a child is unreal. Pretty sure that everyone knows that the election is over and who won and who didn't win. We get it.
The fact that Mexas has been borderline with his bullshit for more than a decade with no Mod action is unreal.
Posted by Seagis on 06 March 2016 - 07:24 PM
Mooch has zero class. Freakish large man hands and posterior, but no class.
I guess that you have to have class in order to recognize it.
I give you a pretty wide berth, man, but I have to ask you what it is about Michelle Obama that differentiates her from people like Laura Bush or Nancy Reagan. I mean, other than the fact that she's a Democrat or that she's black.
You can disagree with someone's political perspective without automatically seeing political affiliation as a lack of class. It's not hard. I don't care for Joe Biden's political stance, but I think he's shown a great deal of class and grace in light of the family deaths he's had to endure. For all the political caricatures people make of him I think Biden has a lot of class.
Do you care to give any specific examples of classless behavior that Mrs. Obama has evidenced? Or are you just posting nonsense because you enjoy picking at people that don't think like you? I'm going to guess that it's the latter rather than the former.
I generally don't talk about my own political views here on the board a great deal - even though most people recognize that I'm likely even more conservative than even you are - but this kind of discourse is needless, petty and stupid.
I realize that this is a waste of my own efforts as you're likely to just post a couple of general examples of things she's done that you don't like, which, of course, do not in any way equate to a lack of class. I think you'd sooner shoot yourself in the head than admit that she ever did anything you approve of.
Quite frankly it's a bit sad that a grown adult - one that's even older than my own 44 years - can have this level of distaste for another human being. Actually, sad probably isn't the right word. Pathetic is probably a better choice. You want to talk about a lack of class? Try to find someone who takes the opportunity to post about the current First Lady - who just so happens to not be from their own party - in a memorial thread for a woman that died. That's prima facie evidence of a complete and total lack of class.
But carry on with your "Aww, shucks. I'm just having fun!" stupidity. I've had enough of it.
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Posted by TonyBrown on 28 August 2017 - 05:44 AM
long story short, a friend of mine came across a free 97 chevy lumina a couple weeks ago, not in perfect condition of course but functional and running but needs some minor maintenance. He had half way been thinking about running it in a race called The 24 hrs of Lemons.
fast forward to saturday and a friend of my wife, who's son plays football with Jay, was almost in tears telling her that she'd lost her car to Re-Po and the kids were late to school and she could get the youngest to his doctors appt etc. She's a single mom (2 kids), works two jobs, takes community college classes, and is dealing with a deadbeat dad. I called my friend about the lumina and he agreed to give it to her, but, not before we get it cleaned up and functional because it needs new tires REAL BAD, dry rotted to shit (seriously, some of the worst I've seen). we're gonna do wheel bearings, brakes, tires, coolant flush, oil/filter, tires, detail the interior and get it to her. car only has 89k on the clock, couple minor dings (previous owner lived in the city and it shows) but is a solid runner and pretty much rust free which is amazing given it has lived its entire life in the rust belt.
all in she'll have a reliable car with all the major maintenance done for the next few years, probably only cost her about $500 (some of the parts), my friend and I are gonna take care of the labor ourselves and I'm gonna pick up much of the parts bill for her.
Posted by TonyBrown on 02 March 2017 - 07:39 AM
when I work from home this is part of my routine
Posted by BFB on 18 January 2012 - 09:21 AM
Posted by brewguy on 26 February 2016 - 11:55 AM
Maybe. Sometimes you have to push the envelope to drive the point home, though.
I threatened my 17-year-old son with a spanking last night. That would be the first time in almost 11 years that something like that has happened. He changed his tune rather quickly as he knew I wasn't making an idle threat.
Sounds like W/G and the roommate need a spanking.
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