kingofDeetown's comment history

kingofDeetown said...

@jeepgirl Petty, in what way? Satterfield admitted he knew about the irregularity and waited weeks to inform DHS admin about it and by doing so avoided any professional courtesy in contacting DHS admin, instead going straight to a formal complaint. Thus creating the maximum damage from the complaint and affording no opportunity for their rival (DHS') administration to make sure they were either in compliance or putting the kid on the bench. Instead it delivers the loss of a winning season (the first in my lifetime) and likely prevents a shot at the region's playoffs. This is certainly an ego blow for the coaches, team, and community- but these kids on the team, cheerleaders, pep-squad members . . .et al. will remember this for much longer and bear more of the brunt of South East's administrations actions, or more accurately strategically delayed in-action.

It's fairly evident whose actions were, in your words, "petty."

@Wilder Very true- painfully so in fact, bread and circuses have always taken priority in the "carpet capital." The town faces an industry doomed to a slow exodus as the textile manufacturing makes it inevitable move across the seas and borders- DHS football is the last vestige of this manufacturing town's heyday.

October 27, 2011 at 10 a.m.
kingofDeetown said...

LOL, My name is meant to be 'tongue in cheek,' so I think kindofnada is appropo'. Ironically, you laughably failed to refute you were "NGAdud" as you point out my failing to refute your additional ad hominem insult- see how that works. Brilliant! Talk about nothing cogent to add. Rest your case . . . LOL! Gamesmanship aside, 'thanks for playing' indeed (the argument is over because you say so? That's tantamount to taking your ball and going home)- I love rousing the looser. Every court needs a jester, thanks for the giggles.

October 20, 2011 at 11:47 a.m.
kingofDeetown said...

@NGAdud, Editorial cartoons are a visual medium are they not? While not a Russian formalist, I am bound and encouraged in discussing the ideas within the confines of its depiction to a degree (or at least acknowledging them), no?

Debate team you mention? Let's see- You can't and don't choose to argue or refute what I've stated or implied so you. . . attack me personally with the assumption that I have never participated in a debate team? Brilliant ad hominem there NGAdud, I think your personal debate team just lost with the worst of all the logical fallacies- or to return your ad hominem (and perhaps more appropriately): 'phallacies.'

October 20, 2011 at 11:17 a.m.
kingofDeetown said...

That's an awfully big nose you put on that WS banker Clay. I've watched hours of 99%'er/ OWS interviews and rants on YouTube, now it has become readily apparent what "banker" is code for in this leftist radical-speak.

October 20, 2011 at 10:12 a.m.
kingofDeetown said...

We need to make an editorial cartoon entitled "Jobs Bill" with "Stimulus II" lined out and preceding it. It could be of Municipal Union workers, NEA members and bailed out pensioner thugs lazily sitting in easy chairs- perched on top of the backs of the private sector middle class, while getting an injection- nay a transfusion- from an unborn generation doomed to the new American mediocrity within. The new protected GOV'T employee class could be clinching their fists in Marxists solidarity or just lounging under a "Banksy" styled Autonomist stencil of the same (à la the Marxists in Wisconsin) Damn both the new far left that's controlling the DNC and the establishment wing of right together. It'd be beautiful- Pulitzer worthy . . . not like this half . . .behind-ed, wannabe, Luckovich-ish drivel.

October 19, 2011 at 8:07 p.m.
kingofDeetown said...

Wilder is dead on- and while his statistics suffer from hyperbole- they are representative of many's perception of Dalton. Using the phrase "Dalton publics schools" with "excellent" is oxymoronic at best. As a product of that once decent institution I think I am just in calling it abysmal now. My once beloved carpet industry decided two and one half decades ago that it was going to sell out the town for its own bottom line. I'm all about turning a profit and jobs- but they knowingly put us into an immigrant meat grinder. (Bare in mind this is not an anti-Latino rant, this exploited class could have come from anywhere- they were just the poorest and closest.) The mills saw cheap labor, free from workers comp and market forces that required increasingly higher wages for sweaty blue collar textile labor . . . and the old Democrat guard saw a way to turn NW Georgia "blue" within a generation of newly spawned legal set of entitlement dependent voters. It was a deal with the devil. Pennington and his people are the ones who sold us out, and we are left with the mess and an industry doomed to fail regardless.

October 19, 2011 at 5:51 p.m.
kingofDeetown said...

I think he meant to add "so far," "right now," or "could be" but I think that goes with the base. BEST EVAH! LOL.

October 8, 2011 at 5:29 p.m.
kingofDeetown said...

Yea, I think the AJC transposed the victor. According to footballdownsouth(dot)com Tennessee leads the series with a .550 ratio. I could be wrong, I'm old enough to remember.

However with all the orange T-ards 'round he'ya' lemme just say this: GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO DAWGS! Sic' em.

October 8, 2011 at 10:10 a.m.
kingofDeetown said...

Interesting. The kids I talked to said he absolutely grabbed him by the shoulder pads but that he either lost his balance and fell over or tripped and went over afterwards. Could they be covering up for the coach? Maybe, but I've got no dog in this fight so I don't know why they'd lie to me.

October 6, 2011 at 8:33 p.m.
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