Message from discussion This one is for the lurkers...what do you call success?
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Subject: Re: This one is for the lurkers...what do you call success?
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On Thu, 15 Nov 2012 22:51:16 +0100, Rune Persson
>In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> Verum <stephens...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thursday, November 15, 2012 11:43:49 AM UTC-5, SneakyP wrote:
>> > On Nov 15, 10:24 am, Verum <stephens...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > > Just wondering, what do you define "success" as?
>> > >
>> > > Although it's not about what we had or have, but rather what we have yet
>> > > to gain...if this looks a little like success to you, get at me and I am
>> > > sure we can work together:
>> > > http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/550143_10151243907327208_1...
>> > Success is never attributed to crimes for gain.
>> > http://www.spamhaus.org/rokso/evidence/ROK9385/andrew-stephens-mail-mascot/c
>> > riminal-court-records
>> > Rather, success shows people who live honest lives,
>> "Honesty" is a subjective term. Many people feel that you all are
>> extortionists, terrorists, and criminals but I didn't call you names here.
>> My life is extremely honest. I honestly don't let people dictate my life.
>> > love their
>> > neighbors as themselves,
>> I completely agree. This is why I donate to an obscene amount of charities,
>> am a volunteer at the local Seniors Center, and have put half my community
>> youth to work by supplying them a full lawn maintenance setup that attaches
>> to their bikes. You don't know about me...you just think you do.
>> > are content, live peacefully, and enjoy the
>> > obvious blessings they receive as a result of living such lives.
>> I am certainly enjoying the obvious blessings God has provided me for being
>> so honest. I enjoy them every day, all day, without ever having to spend 8
>> hours not enjoying them each day.
>> Thank you for affirmation that I am truly a successful person.
>Honesty is a subjective term?
>Since you claim to be both a liar and honest, I guess you let people
>choose what to believe.
>I choose this one, written by yourself earlier this year:
>> I am a college educated Internet Engineer with a history in
>> landscaping (while in college) and I am posting this in hopes that
>> someone hears my please for work. We have lived here in Florida for
>> over 3 months and I haven't found any work, so all of our income is
>> from the internet efforts. If I can't find work soon I am not sure
>> what we are going to do, but it just doesn't seem like it should be
>> this hard when I am willing to work for a very low wage as long as I
>> can pay the small bills we have. Please watch the video here and
>> you'll see why I am so desperate to find employment. If
>> you have something for me, PLEASE RESPOND WITH A NUMBER TO CALL! I
>> won't put my number here because scammers and spammers prey on people
>> in need. I have a resume, references, and a long history of
>> recommendations from previous clients, vendors I have worked with, and
>> a portfolio and have no issue proving my worth if you give me a
>> chance. Please give me a chance to do that for me and my family. If it
>> were just me, I could make it...but my family is depending on me to
>> find a solution to this mess. Thank you for reading this and watching
>> the video.
>Don't give me that pitiful "You don't know anything about me".
>I am just quoting you, describing "this mess" in your own words.
>And since you are an honest person ......
>Or did you lie?
>But one thing is for sure:
>You usually are a big, pathetic whiner when confronted with your own
>The combination of whining and big mouthing does not suit you well.
>Btw, you claim you have gotten a paid job.
>Out of curiosity; Selling shoes?
Al Bundy wouldn't hire him to sell shoes.
Just that other person