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On Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:56:56 PM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza wrote:
Wieber has claimed to have paid $250,000 to put his drug-addled pup,
Richard, through drug rehab to get him off meth (aka crank, chalk, wash,
dunk, pookie, cotton candy, rocket fuel, scooby snax).

It's a lie. Wieber couldn't beg/borrow/steal $25,000, let alone $250,000.
He has never had even a minute fraction that much money, nor assets he
could sell to get it. It just Did Not Happen - but Wieber tells the lie
anyway. Why?

Oh, wait - this is a ****wit who claims to have ridden a motorcycle on a
public highway at 264mph. That, of course, also Did Not Happen.

Wieber lies. The question is, why does he tell such absurd, easy-to-spot
lies? Why can't he try to tell plausible lies (given that he *is* going to
lie)?


The answer should be obvious. Gunner is not trying to have anyone believe him. He is telling a tall tale, intended to amuse not intended to be believed.

Dan

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On Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:56:56 PM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza
wrote:
Wieber has claimed to have paid $250,000 to put his drug-addled
pup,
Richard, through drug rehab to get him off meth (aka crank, chalk,
wash,
dunk, pookie, cotton candy, rocket fuel, scooby snax).

It's a lie. Wieber couldn't beg/borrow/steal $25,000, let alone
$250,000.
He has never had even a minute fraction that much money, nor assets
he
could sell to get it. It just Did Not Happen - but Wieber tells
the lie
anyway. Why?

Oh, wait - this is a ****wit who claims to have ridden a motorcycle
on a
public highway at 264mph. That, of course, also Did Not Happen.

Wieber lies. The question is, why does he tell such absurd,
easy-to-spot
lies? Why can't he try to tell plausible lies (given that he *is*
going to
lie)?


The answer should be obvious. Gunner is not trying to have anyone
believe him. He is telling a tall tale, intended to amuse not
intended to be believed.

Dan


It's obvious to us, but libs have no sense of human. Maybe that's why
they are so bitter and resentful of those who do.


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On Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 10:28:09 AM UTC-4, Jim Wilkins wrote:

dcaster wrote:

On Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:56:56 PM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza
wrote:
Wieber has claimed to have paid $250,000 to put his drug-addled
pup,
Richard, through drug rehab to get him off meth (aka crank, chalk,
wash,
dunk, pookie, cotton candy, rocket fuel, scooby snax).

It's a lie. Wieber couldn't beg/borrow/steal $25,000, let alone
$250,000.
He has never had even a minute fraction that much money, nor assets
he
could sell to get it. It just Did Not Happen - but Wieber tells
the lie
anyway. Why?

Oh, wait - this is a ****wit who claims to have ridden a motorcycle
on a
public highway at 264mph. That, of course, also Did Not Happen.

Wieber lies. The question is, why does he tell such absurd,
easy-to-spot
lies? Why can't he try to tell plausible lies (given that he *is*
going to
lie)?


The answer should be obvious. Gunner is not trying to have anyone
believe him. He is telling a tall tale, intended to amuse not
intended to be believed.


It's obvious to us, but libs have no sense of human. Maybe that's why
they are so bitter and resentful of those who do.



You can't have a sense of humor, when you have no damned sense!
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On 9/24/2019 6:54 AM, wrote:
On Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:56:56 PM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza wrote:
Wieber has claimed to have paid $250,000 to put his drug-addled pup,
Richard, through drug rehab to get him off meth (aka crank, chalk, wash,
dunk, pookie, cotton candy, rocket fuel, scooby snax).

It's a lie. Wieber couldn't beg/borrow/steal $25,000, let alone $250,000.
He has never had even a minute fraction that much money, nor assets he
could sell to get it. It just Did Not Happen - but Wieber tells the lie
anyway. Why?

Oh, wait - this is a ****wit who claims to have ridden a motorcycle on a
public highway at 264mph. That, of course, also Did Not Happen.

Wieber lies. The question is, why does he tell such absurd, easy-to-spot
lies? Why can't he try to tell plausible lies (given that he *is* going to
lie)?


The answer should be obvious. Gunner is not trying to have anyone believe him. He is telling a tall tale, intended to amuse not intended to be believed.


Cut the ****. Wieber insists every one of his lies is the sterling truth.
He isn't telling these absurd stories to be amusing.

The real problem here is that you fall for the lies. Then, when you look
like a complete dope (because you are), you feel the need to cook up some
bull**** about "tall tales."


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Old September 30th 19, 01:33 AM posted to rec.crafts.metalworking
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On Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 2:00:10 PM UTC-4, N.R.A. ghoul Wayne LaPierre wrote:
On 9/24/2019 6:54 AM, wrote:
On Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:56:56 PM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza wrote:
Wieber has claimed to have paid $250,000 to put his drug-addled pup,
Richard, through drug rehab to get him off meth (aka crank, chalk, wash,
dunk, pookie, cotton candy, rocket fuel, scooby snax).

It's a lie. Wieber couldn't beg/borrow/steal $25,000, let alone $250,000.
He has never had even a minute fraction that much money, nor assets he
could sell to get it. It just Did Not Happen - but Wieber tells the lie
anyway. Why?

Oh, wait - this is a ****wit who claims to have ridden a motorcycle on a
public highway at 264mph. That, of course, also Did Not Happen.

Wieber lies. The question is, why does he tell such absurd, easy-to-spot
lies? Why can't he try to tell plausible lies (given that he *is* going to
lie)?


The answer should be obvious. Gunner is not trying to have anyone believe him. He is telling a tall tale, intended to amuse not intended to be believed.


Cut the ****. Wieber insists every one of his lies is the sterling truth.
He isn't telling these absurd stories to be amusing.

The real problem here is that you fall for the lies. Then, when you look
like a complete dope (because you are), you feel the need to cook up some
bull**** about "tall tales."


Of course he insists the stories are true. No one tells a tall tale and then says it was not true. You must have had an unusual upbringing to think that every thing said is always the truth.

Dan
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On Sun, 29 Sep 2019 17:33:58 -0700 (PDT), "
wrote:

On Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 2:00:10 PM UTC-4, N.R.A. ghoul Wayne LaPierre wrote:
On 9/24/2019 6:54 AM, wrote:
On Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:56:56 PM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza wrote:
Wieber has claimed to have paid $250,000 to put his drug-addled pup,
Richard, through drug rehab to get him off meth (aka crank, chalk, wash,
dunk, pookie, cotton candy, rocket fuel, scooby snax).

It's a lie. Wieber couldn't beg/borrow/steal $25,000, let alone $250,000.
He has never had even a minute fraction that much money, nor assets he
could sell to get it. It just Did Not Happen - but Wieber tells the lie
anyway. Why?

Oh, wait - this is a ****wit who claims to have ridden a motorcycle on a
public highway at 264mph. That, of course, also Did Not Happen.

Wieber lies. The question is, why does he tell such absurd, easy-to-spot
lies? Why can't he try to tell plausible lies (given that he *is* going to
lie)?

The answer should be obvious. Gunner is not trying to have anyone believe him. He is telling a tall tale, intended to amuse not intended to be believed.


Cut the ****. Wieber insists every one of his lies is the sterling truth.
He isn't telling these absurd stories to be amusing.

The real problem here is that you fall for the lies. Then, when you look
like a complete dope (because you are), you feel the need to cook up some
bull**** about "tall tales."


Of course he insists the stories are true. No one tells a tall tale and then says it was not true. You must have had an unusual upbringing to think that every thing said is always the truth.

Dan


When you are a total failure in life what else can you do?

After all, a 60 - 70 year old that lives in a decrepit trailer parked
on someone else's land, impoverished, can't even pay the taxes,
apparently only works sporadically, old junk cars, no investments,
etc.

What else can he do to gain a little self respect?
"Face" the Asians call it. He has none.
--
Cheers,

Schweik


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On Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 9:13:03 PM UTC-4, Schweik wrote:
On Sun, 29 Sep 2019 17:33:58 -0700 (PDT), "
wrote:

On Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 2:00:10 PM UTC-4, N.R.A. ghoul Wayne LaPierre wrote:
On 9/24/2019 6:54 AM, wrote:
On Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:56:56 PM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza wrote:
Wieber has claimed to have paid $250,000 to put his drug-addled pup,
Richard, through drug rehab to get him off meth (aka crank, chalk, wash,
dunk, pookie, cotton candy, rocket fuel, scooby snax).

It's a lie. Wieber couldn't beg/borrow/steal $25,000, let alone $250,000.
He has never had even a minute fraction that much money, nor assets he
could sell to get it. It just Did Not Happen - but Wieber tells the lie
anyway. Why?

Oh, wait - this is a ****wit who claims to have ridden a motorcycle on a
public highway at 264mph. That, of course, also Did Not Happen.

Wieber lies. The question is, why does he tell such absurd, easy-to-spot
lies? Why can't he try to tell plausible lies (given that he *is* going to
lie)?

The answer should be obvious. Gunner is not trying to have anyone believe him. He is telling a tall tale, intended to amuse not intended to be believed.


Cut the ****. Wieber insists every one of his lies is the sterling truth.
He isn't telling these absurd stories to be amusing.

The real problem here is that you fall for the lies. Then, when you look
like a complete dope (because you are), you feel the need to cook up some
bull**** about "tall tales."


Of course he insists the stories are true. No one tells a tall tale and then says it was not true. You must have had an unusual upbringing to think that every thing said is always the truth.

Dan


When you are a total failure in life what else can you do?

After all, a 60 - 70 year old that lives in a decrepit trailer parked
on someone else's land, impoverished, can't even pay the taxes,
apparently only works sporadically, old junk cars, no investments,
etc.

What else can he do to gain a little self respect?
"Face" the Asians call it. He has none.
--
Cheers,

Schweik


He can and does post about metal working, which is something that you seem to be unable to do. What can you do to gain a little self resp

ect? You could post something about metal working. And you could post somewhere else. Posting things that are not on topic will ever gain you any self respect.

Dan
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On Mon, 30 Sep 2019 04:55:06 -0700 (PDT), "
wrote:

On Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 9:13:03 PM UTC-4, Schweik wrote:
On Sun, 29 Sep 2019 17:33:58 -0700 (PDT), "
wrote:

On Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 2:00:10 PM UTC-4, N.R.A. ghoul Wayne LaPierre wrote:
On 9/24/2019 6:54 AM, wrote:
On Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:56:56 PM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza wrote:
Wieber has claimed to have paid $250,000 to put his drug-addled pup,
Richard, through drug rehab to get him off meth (aka crank, chalk, wash,
dunk, pookie, cotton candy, rocket fuel, scooby snax).

It's a lie. Wieber couldn't beg/borrow/steal $25,000, let alone $250,000.
He has never had even a minute fraction that much money, nor assets he
could sell to get it. It just Did Not Happen - but Wieber tells the lie
anyway. Why?

Oh, wait - this is a ****wit who claims to have ridden a motorcycle on a
public highway at 264mph. That, of course, also Did Not Happen.

Wieber lies. The question is, why does he tell such absurd, easy-to-spot
lies? Why can't he try to tell plausible lies (given that he *is* going to
lie)?

The answer should be obvious. Gunner is not trying to have anyone believe him. He is telling a tall tale, intended to amuse not intended to be believed.


Cut the ****. Wieber insists every one of his lies is the sterling truth.
He isn't telling these absurd stories to be amusing.

The real problem here is that you fall for the lies. Then, when you look
like a complete dope (because you are), you feel the need to cook up some
bull**** about "tall tales."

Of course he insists the stories are true. No one tells a tall tale and then says it was not true. You must have had an unusual upbringing to think that every thing said is always the truth.

Dan


When you are a total failure in life what else can you do?

After all, a 60 - 70 year old that lives in a decrepit trailer parked
on someone else's land, impoverished, can't even pay the taxes,
apparently only works sporadically, old junk cars, no investments,
etc.

What else can he do to gain a little self respect?
"Face" the Asians call it. He has none.
--
Cheers,

Schweik


He can and does post about metal working, which is something that you seem to be unable to do. What can you do to gain a little self resp

ect? You could post something about metal working. And you could post somewhere else. Posting things that are not on topic will ever gain you any self respect.

Dan

Not on topic?
The first post in this thread (above) stated that:

" On Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:56:56 PM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza
wrote: Wieber has claimed to have paid $250,000 to put his
drug-addled pup, Richard, through drug rehab to get him off meth (aka
crank, chalk, wash, dunk, pookie, cotton candy, rocket fuel, scooby
snax)."

While your post rants about metal working.
I would suggest that if anyone was posting off topic it was you.

I grant you that your attempting to protect your good buddy Gunner
from libel and slander is a nice thing to do, but do try to stay on
topic from here on.
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Cheers,

Schweik


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On 9/29/2019 5:33 PM, wrote:
On Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 2:00:10 PM UTC-4, N.R.A. ghoul Wayne LaPierre wrote:
On 9/24/2019 6:54 AM,
wrote:
On Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:56:56 PM UTC-4, Rudy Canoza wrote:
Wieber has claimed to have paid $250,000 to put his drug-addled pup,
Richard, through drug rehab to get him off meth (aka crank, chalk, wash,
dunk, pookie, cotton candy, rocket fuel, scooby snax).

It's a lie. Wieber couldn't beg/borrow/steal $25,000, let alone $250,000.
He has never had even a minute fraction that much money, nor assets he
could sell to get it. It just Did Not Happen - but Wieber tells the lie
anyway. Why?

Oh, wait - this is a ****wit who claims to have ridden a motorcycle on a
public highway at 264mph. That, of course, also Did Not Happen.

Wieber lies. The question is, why does he tell such absurd, easy-to-spot
lies? Why can't he try to tell plausible lies (given that he *is* going to
lie)?

The answer should be obvious. Gunner is not trying to have anyone believe him. He is telling a tall tale, intended to amuse not intended to be believed.


Cut the ****. Wieber insists every one of his lies is the sterling truth.
He isn't telling these absurd stories to be amusing.

The real problem here is that you fall for the lies. Then, when you look
like a complete dope (because you are), you feel the need to cook up some
bull**** about "tall tales."


Of course he insists the stories are true. No one tells a tall tale and then says it was not true.


*No one*? How would you know that?

You must have had an unusual upbringing to think that every thing said is always the truth.


I don't think that. You've never met Wieber. You have no way of knowing
that he's only telling tall tales. What you know is that you agree with
him in his vile politics, even if you don't bull**** about stringing up
"leftists" from lampposts with barbed wire, or mass murdering them and
burying them with a "backhoe." Due to that agreement, you come up with a
bull**** excuse for his lying.


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