When I was young and poor and broke I had the choice of being homeless or work underground in the mines. Since I was even then grown up enough and honest enough and smart enough and proud and sel-respecting enough, I opted for the latter.
Well Bar, when folks like you traffik in innuendo and speculation, all that is left for the reader is to apply their individual interpretation.
Yes I guess you are right about that. Why don't you give it up?
BTW do you even know what innuendo means?
No thanks on the giving up part, I leave that to folks like yourself.
As per your question on the meaning of innuendo, well, I could provide an academic definition that would be along the lines of your theoretical, text-book world; but the real working meaning would still be lost on you.
As the old expression goes: Those who can, do: Those who can't, teach.
So you say, but that expression is quoted most often by those who are incapable of learning. I believe that fits you to a T. And in this thread as in all of the others in which we have crossed swords I notice that once again you have run out of intelligent things to say. Come to think of it it is quite rare for you to have anything intelligent to say.
What a hoot... This coming from one that expresses their expert opinion based on subjective experience and anecdotal evidence? Sorry Bar, that expression is quoted by those that do and whose work supports the efforts of those that can't.
You're choked-up because I've taken a run at your precious union or have debunked you're incorrect assertions on European healthcare. I have provided you with support for my statements and even encouraged you to find the info yourself, but in your typical internet debating style, your response is to demand 'links' and then question the validity of the link. It's predictable... Too predictable.
Go out and learn something for yourself and maybe you can talk intelligently about the issues.
No wonder our education system is in a shambles with the likes of you leading the youth down the wrong path.
Forgive me - I must have missed all of the links in your replies to my posts. Typically you are accusing me of your own failings.
It occurs to me that we as a species love bureaucracy. We build them at every turn and in one form or another, for the most part, make a living off of them. It seems the less sophisticated create them from a military stand point. Africa is full of them. Military where government doesn't manifest itself. From what you need to enter or leave a country to makeshift check points all through each country. Some nothing more than two guys in the middle of nowhere looking for a bribe.
No different than here really in the traffic cop hiding around the corner to collect a tax for coasting at half a mile an hour at a stop sign while you scan to make sure it is safe to proceed. He's just making his daily quota the same as the two guys in Chad on a lonely road.
2/3 of the planet live in homes made of dirt. It's plentiful, it's free and it's warm in winter and cool in summer. What is a decent spade worth these days? $10?
There's a law for everything ..
If a cop wants to charge you ..He/She can find something ...
Best to nod and say .. Yes sir/Mam...( till they leave ) ...
Then bring the charge to court, if you still feel it is ..." Unjust" ...
We live more in a Legal system, than a Justice system ...
Why don't they have a home? Spend too much time looking for places to rent at the pub? Bag of weed shorting them on damage deposit? Too good to live in a bachelor pad until they can find something bigger? Too good to walk or car pool to work? Apparently they haven't made enough sacrifices to find a home.
R U Serious Captain Morgan ..? .With all due Respect. I thought you could read ...
Do you have any further solutions you might want to add ?.
Gotta Plan .?
.If so " STEP UP "