May 13, 2009

Adam and Eve and Suzanne, by Anon S&A'er


Adam: That's not the point

Eve: What is the point? What! I love that tree, plus the apples

Adam: We can die

Eve: No we won't. The serpent researched it.

Serpent: This apple is special Adam, you guys can do this

Eve: We can do this

Adam: OK

Eve: Are you kidding me? This is awesome!

Serpent: Oh that's great! Now let me get to work...

- Anon Sasher, May 2009

(for the love of god if you've got stuff that good, get a handle)

18 comments:

Aunt Fanny said...

I love this analogy. The Tempter comes in many forms, doesn't he? Always with the same result: Destruction and Despair.

Anonymous said...

shapening up the razor knife I'll cut you balls off with (IF I can find them)...

YOU REAP WHAT YOU SEW, SOW.

Anonymous said...

What's always been wrong with this scenario?

They never went and talked to God about it, whatever they conceived God to be; they didn't get the skinny for themselves. They didn't negotiate the contract terms, they only passively accepted what they were told. If they had talked to God,and not an interpreter/priest, they might have been told God didn't play favorites, and no they weren't that special,and no, God hadn't arranged this deal, which is probably why they didn't talk to God about it.

They didn't think about the consequences long enough, long term or short term, nor were they honest with themselves or each other."We're going to pay 3 times the purchase price if we stay in the mortgage?" "we're really going to have to pay all 360 payments?"
"what do you mean, what if we can't sell it for more than we paid?" "I'll never get a day off." "Well, I don't think you're smart enough to become a millionaire and pay this off sooner"."What are we going to eat after we pay the mortgage? We can't live on apples."

Both denied responsibility for their own actions let alone thinking. Way too passive.Tell Eve it's pretty and she deserves the best because she's pretty and sexy and she'll sign on the dotted line.
Tell Adam he's a big strong guy to be able to muscle up big bucks forever and ever, even after he has a sagging gut and dropping testosterone along with dropping hair....and he sign's on the dotted line.

They signed up for servitude and worry and the realtor, I mean snake oil salesman, signed up for a tour of hell.

Grandma PKK

Anonymous said...

I have to imagine that was the result of some marijuana smoke.

6%? For What? said...

Best Ever....

Realtor=Snake

Perfect!

Anonymous said...

now that is funny.


december 2008

Anonymous said...

You lying sacks of shit.Nobody(halfway informed and skeptical) believes a fucking thing you say, and haven't for some time.

Anonymous said...

Excellent!!!!!

Nice Job....

Anonymous said...

Hey Keith:
Looks like you got your wish.

Mozilo gets served.

http://zerohedge.blogspot.com/2009/05/angelo-mozilo-receives-sec-wells-notice.html

Anonymous said...

"Experts" are basing their assumptions of economic recovery on soon-to-be-homeless-self-entitled morons like these:

(Bloomberg) -- Brooke and Doug Sterenberg booked a seven-day, $2,800 cruise to the Bahamas on Carnival Corp.’s ship the Conquest, with its three-deck-high Twister water slide. It’s the family’s reward for Doug keeping his job.

“He made it through the first round of layoffs” at the Houston unit of bankrupt chemicals maker LyondellBasell Industries AF SCA, said Brooke, a 37-year-old mother of two. “We feel like we can’t control what’s going to happen in the future. No matter what, our family deserves a week away.”

Pam Frederick and her husband abandoned their shopping freeze in May to buy him a $400 suit at Lord & Taylor in the Mazza Gallerie mall in Washington, close to the Maryland border. Nervous about the economy, the couple decided in February they didn’t need to purchase apparel, she said.

“A week ago, I went clothes shopping for the first time in months,” said Frederick, 54, an art consultant who lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Ian Boyd, a 22-year-old resident of the Lower East Side of Manhattan, visited the P.C. Richard & Son Inc. on 23rd Street to “treat” himself to a 46-inch Samsung television for $1,300. His job as a disc jockey in New York clubs and conservative spending allowed the tattooed Boyd, bedecked in high-top sneakers and a sideways Yankees baseball cap, to pay cash for the high-definition unit.

“It has been a while since I bought anything nice for myself,” he said.
Some people never learn. I don't have a $400 suit or 46" Plasma...but my Net Worth is above $2 mil. I love to fleece people like the ones in the article. Go ahead, live beyond your means. And call me when you need some cash for your tangibles.

Anonymous said...

“A week ago, I went clothes shopping for the first time in months,” said Frederick, 54, an art consultant who lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
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wow. I never go "clothes shopping". I go to buy clothes because what I have has worn out. and when I find something that fits well that I really like (good quality and price) I sometimes buy several and store the extras.

i bought my 42" lcd tv because my 32 inch tube broke (it was 12 years old).

thank god there are idiots like these "shopping fools" because our economy depends on fleecing idiots like those.

alex3191 said...

You say, "Everything is permitted." But not everything is good for us. Again you say, "Everything is permitted." But not everything builds us up. - Corinthians 10 ...
YES ,WE CAN (do it), BUT IT'S NOT GOOD FOR US ...

Anonymous said...

I like to shop too. But I satisfy my shopping addiction at Sallie's and Will's (Salvation Army and Goodwill, to you non-frugal types). This week I spent $3 for a fabulous pair of navy slacks to add to my wardrobe of work clothes. I consider it a small investment in keeping my job as a secretary in a small company that values a professional appearance.
Who needs Macy's? Being frugal is actually fun.

Anonymous said...

Dude:

We get the point, but if you have a $2 million net worth you can afford a widescreen and a nice suit.

Now, if you do not want those things fine, but if you do want them, then you are just cheap and miserly.

Live a little.

Anonymous said...

I can't stop laughing!

Remember that dude holding up a huge snake and a poster said ...Look, it's a realtor.

You guys slay me.

Anton Chiguhr

Went2puke said...

Either Cheney is honestly believing himself, and then we can all go to sleep knowing that he's the dumbest *ss in American history, or he's a Machiavellian SOB whose designs go beyond any nightmare you and I can even begin to imagine. In such case, we should all be really, really worried for ourselves, our children, our children's children, and for the future of the entire human race!

Anonymous said...

"Dude:

We get the point, but if you have a $2 million net worth you can afford a widescreen and a nice suit.

Now, if you do not want those things fine, but if you do want them, then you are just cheap and miserly.

Live a little."

i agree...my net worth is 2 million and i have a 52" flat screen on the way.

i love watching movies...and the netflix on demand feature is crazy awesome.

Anonymous said...

"Dude:

We get the point, but if you have a $2 million net worth you can afford a widescreen and a nice suit.

Now, if you do not want those things fine, but if you do want them, then you are just cheap and miserly.

Live a little."

Let me get this straight, because I have a modest Net Worth of 2 mil, I should be buying $400 suits and $1,300 LCDs so I don't look cheap and to "live a little"?

Hmmm nope, I have nice suits and TVs and Cinema Displays, but won't pay $400 for any suit or $1,300 for a new TV. I know this is repugnant to you big-shot spenders, but I just bought a nice Stafford suit at JC Penney for $129.99...and used a coupon for 10% off. When I'm in one of my business trips in Asia, I have some custom made suits for that much, or take my JC Penney ones for a custom fit.

I know, I'm so disgusting. I don't even have an iPhone and my car is 11 years old!!! Whewwwww

I rather use the savings to buy appreciating assets, and take several trips a year to my properties overseas, than spending money with a 46" TV to watch Jon Stewart. However, I do pay $80 cash for your $400 suit and $800 for your Rolex if you need some money fast. Call me.

Regarding NetFlix, with the $14 / month that would cost me to watch 3 movies / week on average, I buy 14 used DVDs on eBay. Please, don't try to sell to us that you get 6 DVDs per week for $14. The instant stuff on Netflix is a bunch of crap that no one wants to watch. Sure, you can find very few good things like the Heroes series and the Henry Cartier-Bresson documentary, but bought them used for $0.50 a piece on a bulk deal.