GARRS's comment history

GARRS said...

I am no longer a bi lo fan, after walking into a Dalton Store, and seeing a price of nearly 5 dollars per pound on their ground beef.

The local commercial stores around here, are all owned by the same millionares that are either silent or active partners in the local textile sweatshops that are owned by maybe 3 companies total.

They have their dominant controls established to the point that each dollar they pay you comes back to them, the way the town is set up. They tax a portion, then expect you to waste a portion at their shops, and when you pay your utilities and buy groceries its all gone.

In this town, I was denied assistance following an injury so I investigated who was getting the handouts. I found the building to be bloated with high quality foodstuffs, and dozens of immigrants were there getting their weekly american right, and being allowed to hang on to their foodstamps. ONE MORE RIGHTS violation, since nearly dieing at Shaw Industries, i lived through several.

Its my opinion, when you walk into a fed gov building and insist on filing a complaint, being refused constitutes taxation without representation. Dalton georgia? The leaders do to you as they please.

December 19, 2011 at 10:35 p.m.
GARRS said...

Its because they have a man whos job is to pick and choose what cases get probed. Probing ALL issues are expensive, because we allow ourselves to be overcharged for everything and everybody.

They only pick to probe issues that have a high degree of potential sucess, and avoid the ones that are problematic. Hate you tell you this, but if this is often the case, they will probably want to raise taxes to go further, but one other situatioin is evident.

Paid officials do not like adding situations where money was spent and nothing gained, beacuse it is a blackmark. Dont matter if they are elected or appointed, the pressure to perform is the same.

Officials are NOT like you. They have protection on their jobs, and unions and fraternities that force high pay for their positions. YOu can hardly fire them, you can not force them to stand and work 10 hours in a stretch for minimum wage, because they are highly trained and expect reasonable pay. Unlike the rest of us, who are forced to live hand to mouth

December 8, 2011 at 12:38 p.m.
GARRS said...

Any reason, that we are being faced with having to pay cost to be advised? does governemnt right of way ONLY mean that some contracter in a bond truck can drive up in my yard and bounce my head off the side of a car?

March 12, 2011 at 9:06 p.m.
GARRS said...

It has been an ongoing problem with soldiers for 100s of years. They get shell shocked, and the military does not follow through, leaving them to the veterans hospitals to care for.

It is something though, the military DID pay for in extra pay, that was given monthly. Soldiers in combat zones, get hardship pay, they get combat pay, that is extra on top of what is now today a very good wage.

Why do I think that this article is a potential slander against hiring veterans to do important jobs? Ill just about bet that his PTSD was diagnosed long before he was hired as a policeman, and there again, it was his legal right not to share his medical information during his hire.

You all set up the rules, to keep yoursleves from getting sued, not that you pay anyways, but dont it piss you off when the law actually works for a soldier or citizen? I always LMAO when the system takes one.

February 6, 2011 at 2:38 p.m.
GARRS said...

I donno about YOU, but If I WERE IN TENNESSEE, I would find that guy, and make him my bitch, untill he got his head on straight.

January 24, 2011 at 7 p.m.
GARRS said...

The battlefield can rot, as long as companies in this area can kill you and get away with it, without paying a red cent.

As long as im unemployed, you can let the employed mexicans pay for the battlefield and leave me alone.

January 24, 2011 at 5:56 p.m.
GARRS said...

Note to dave, this is the impact your textile giants have brought on. You all spouted "i know its wrong but I have to have a job" untill they have run everyone else out or bought them out of business, and even crippled people who they discarded in their efforts to gain wealth.

They installed new machines, and computerized equipment, and now those lost paychecks are in the now deeper corporate pockets.

There is no industrial loss. There ARE regional controls. This is exactly what I think when I drive through your town and see the beggars on the roadside trying to sell used up items.

January 24, 2011 at 5:21 p.m.
GARRS said...

I can say its not over yet, or as bad as its going to get. Either they are going to pay me for a catastrophic injury I got in their #1 employer, or Im going to cause more damage to them than they did to me.

January 22, 2011 at 6:11 p.m.
GARRS said...

I dont know who is writing these ridicilous word problems, but I wish you had them up your arse.

I was sodomized in a safe house. I have no sympathy for the officer, or the target.

January 7, 2011 at 6:50 p.m.

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