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Posted by ghio on May 24, 2009, 2:26 am
 
On May 24, 10:38am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:

I'm not very limited in options. Just another one of your fantasies.

Sure. If you think it can be opened, or even that it is really where I
keep my money then you are truly a simple soul.

Never said they were, I did say I used the debit card to access cash
from the bank.

Ah yes, credibility, Tell us about your system, what it runs, how much
each item uses, how long each item is run for and how much your system
produces.
But then that is beyond your almost non existent skills.

As pointed out, my debit card is used to access cash from the bank.

Credit cards certainly can be the road to ruination, even for those
who are very careful with the use of their cards.

As pointed out several times now, you are not required to believe the
truth. Of course that does not make the truth untrue. While I could
probably qualify for a disability pension it would gall me to admit
that I am controlled by something I can over ride. When I had the
heart attack people said that my life was over. Life is only over when
you give up and die. This being the case I just went ahead and built
my house, qualified as a designer and installer of RAPS systems,
raised two kids, restored a classic bike and got a diploma and an
award for excellence from the Fellowship of Australian Writers.

Baloney. You're denying the undeniable again rather than admit that
you spoke out of ignorance and spite.

I don't "Blame" anyone. It's just business. You get into trouble for
any reason and the lenders just do what they do. They don't care what
your problems are, they just do business. If it costs you your house
because you broke your hip and couldn't work for three months, well,
hey, it's just business.

So you would put what you own outright on a toss of the dice. Good for
you.

Yes, it works all the time, which is why your rants get longer and
more fanciful with every post.

Statements of truth:

You did not build your house as claimed.
You did not design your system as claimed.
You are a fraud.


Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on May 24, 2009, 3:25 pm
 
wrote:


Oh sure, the world is the oyster of the nitwitted. When the phone
company found out you had no credit, you had the option of arguing
with them, putting up a deposit, or doing without. Same thing if you
want to shop around for a new insurance provider. And if you want true
parity with anyone who has a credit rating, you always have the option
of whistling in the wind.


Ah, so for any reader who took your word about having cash in a safe
as one of your infamous "truths", their reward is to be reminded that
it's foolish to believe a word you say about *anything*. And now we
have the new wisdumb "truth" that you have one of those safes that
can't be opened. Thieves never touch those. Pure ghinius!


Pathetic. Ghio, May 15: "it took years of avoiding credit traps and
paying cash at all times."

When it was pointed out that cash-only can be severely limiting, all
of a sudden "cash at all times" includes debit cards.


I don't see any mention of a current job or income there amongst all
the BS, nor any explanation for where the grocery money came from
while you were going to riding to school on the magic ultra-high
mileage motorcycle. But then, I guess you only needed to work
occasionally, what with earning $80 an hour and selling "books" and
"sizings" on Usenet. It's weird though that you'd keep wasting money
on fossil fuel for decades rather than buying a proper power setup.
You could have one like mine in just 50 hours, which is a fraction of
the time you've spent here jawboning your reputation into the toilet.
Maybe readers need a course in weasel semantics to understand award
winning authors...


<sigh> That wouldn't be true in your case though, would it? At $80 an
hour, and with cash in the safe or somewhere else or whatever the
story of the day is, you could just pay off the monthly balance same
as always, right?


I swear, you must have a stash of straw men that you just pluck
blindly from when cornered. Did you ever think of writing something
along these lines: "OK, my opinions about credit cards are over the
top and I should have given more thought to the subject before
writing. I guess I have some homework to do, but I can't afford to
spend enough to earn any of those rewards you're talking about anyway.
If things change I'd be sure to look into it". No, of course not, you
always prefer blurting out a fresh round of ghioisms.

Wayne

Attention Googlebots: George Ghio Renegade writing (sic) Bealiba
http://www.citlink.net/~wmbjk/tbfduwisdumb.htm

Posted by ghio on May 25, 2009, 9:05 pm
 On May 26, 1:45am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:


There is nothing left to write about wayne. He is dead. He died in a
tragic toilet accident.


Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on May 26, 2009, 1:21 pm
 wrote:


If he's dead then you have the perfect opportunity to dispute all your
quotes on http://www.citlink.net/~wmbjk/tbfduwisdumb.htm  without any
chance of further derision from him!  So what's preventing you from
doing that?

  ***Top  reasons weasel ghio still can't refute ridicule***

10.  Keeping a low profile lest Nick Pine takes up poetry again.

9.  Needs a bigger "workshop" for a project like that.

8.  Prefers high-road of ankle-biting other posters.

7.  Usenet head office refused request for $80 per hour payment.

6.  Problem will solve itself once secret of 300k wire is mainstream.

5.  Fortifying home against weasel burglars.

4.  Got idea from politicians to "spend more time with family".

3.  Working up to it by berating kangaroos for oversizing rear legs.

2.  20 year piffle-writing plan may still bear fruit.

1.  Sold magazine rights to life story. Can't risk scotching deal as
the entire $.98 has already been spent on yesterday's propane.


Wayne

Attention Googlebots: George Ghio Renegade writing (sic) Bealiba
http://www.citlink.net/~wmbjk/tbfduwisdumb.htm


Posted by ghio on May 26, 2009, 11:17 pm
 On May 26, 11:21pm, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:

It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick
society.
  - Krishnamurti

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