Thursday, April 15, 2010


Blogger Cham said...

For some reason right now the planets are out of alignment. Either it is the change in weather or biorhythms or something, but everyone seems to be at the height of rudeness these last few weeks. Rather than dealing with it I have a new approach. I get up and walk away. I enjoy the bright sunshine and continue with my day and not think a thing about the rude business. I've also found that I guess people need me more than I need them because I've been getting inundated with apologies and groveling, which, of course, proves that the rude people know darned well they were being rude at the time. It's 1:18PM and technically I should still be in a meeting but I couldn't take the attitude of Ms. Persnickety so here I am back at the computer, safe and sound. Life is way too short. Rude, I guess it is a lifestyle.

1:22 PM, April 15, 2010  
Blogger Chuck Pelto said...

TO: Dr. Helen
RE: Heh

I've already commented on Amy's 'applications' towards 'rude people'.

Oddly enough, it seems that John Hawkins is not particularly willing to hear comments on Amy's nefarious predilections, i.e., there's no way to contact him.

Suffice it to say, John is only a hack. And I have to wonder what sort of 'return' he's getting for the interview. Hopefully nothing that compromises his immortal soul. God knows Amy's got issues THERE....


[The's out there....]

1:47 PM, April 15, 2010  
Blogger Chuck Pelto said...

TO: Cham
RE: Sooooo.....

....I get up and walk away. -- Cham

...what do you do when it follows you about? Or stops you from speaking your mind? Or comes to your door and insists on coming into your house?

Where do you 'draw the [proverbial] line'?


Who ya gonna call? -- Ghostbusters

1:58 PM, April 15, 2010  
Blogger Dr.Alistair said...

life is too short for rude people, the obscene or the base and spoiled.

to write a book about it is to attract more....

1:59 PM, April 15, 2010  
Blogger Chuck Pelto said...

P.S. Heh....Part 2..... a lifestyle. -- Cham

Ever hear of an event called kristhalnacht?

We're talking about REAL 'rude', there. And it can happen again. Despite the ideal that "it can't happen HERE".

2:08 PM, April 15, 2010  
Blogger Cham said...

Chuck: At this point in my life I have a limited amount of fight. Here's the deal, one can go ahead and be rude to me but if you feel like giving me the finger and calling me names while your are driving your car and in the process you drive off a cliff, don't hold your breath that I am coming to save you. I'm going to let Darwin run its course.

6:58 PM, April 15, 2010  
Blogger Chuck Pelto said...

TO: Cham
RE: No 'Fight' Left?


This afternoon, at the county Tea Party event, I had a WONDERFUL encounter with a group of anti-Tea Party types. They had PLENTY of 'fight' in them. It was the presence of the county sheriff's department that kept them under control...albeit they kept encroaching further and further into the regular attendees.

What's the point? That unless you lay down the line and tell-show-demonstrate this is the line they CANNOT cross, these 'rude' people will take it all.


P.S. Be advised, it's not about THEM killing themselves. It's about them killing YOU....

9:09 PM, April 15, 2010  

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