Everyone in Portland: "Oh that show is so stupid, Portland's not really like that", and then this shit happens. At least give the googly-eyed gent a mouth.
In what universe is a 34 year old a millennial? Dude would have graduated high school in '98. Maybe a 24 year old would talk like that, or any 19 year old kid who seems to comprise the bulk of the writing staff at Vice magazine. This could have been so much funnier if my hardworking age group hadn't been mis-categorized so poorly.
You hope his dog attacks a small animal? Just not yours, I see. Some OTHER animal. RUDE.
Oh thaaaaaank you sooooo much for telling a girl what you find to be attractive and non-attractive qualities of hers with no knowledge whatsoever of her personal life. Maybe she was on a date with another gal? Maybe the music really did suck? Maybe (as is often my case) going out and people watching and making fun the music is the highlight of the night. Going to a show doesn't necessarily mean she 'went out dancing'. I bet you're the same type of person to tell a gal to 'SMILE!' when she's wearing her bitchy resting face. Why exactly didn't you pluck up the courage to ask the lady to dance? Because it's easier to bash her for not noticing you in a passive aggressive 'I, Anon' rant. Trust me, they were probably making fun of the people dancing to the music that had the weirdly long transitions with no groove, including you.
Helen home from Fred Meyer?!?! Well, Anon, that's a laugh. I actually waited at Fred Meyer for almost an hour for a Radio Cab driver to pick me up. When one finally did, she told me I had been dropped from the queue, and that it was common among cab drivers to drop people from the queue if they are at a grocery store. (Because they don't want to get stuck driving Helen 4 blocks with her bag of cat food for a shitty tip.) I watched three Radio Cab cabs drive by with the roof light on, with no passengers. I was the one who wrote that fantastically long and detailed e-mail to Radio Cab headquarters about my experience. As an extremely loyal taxi-rider, Radio Cab had been my company for years. When your dispatcher hung up on me when I called to find out where my cab was, THAT'S when you lost me as a customer. So don't get high and mighty and blame the consumer for demanding more and better options. Instead, review the actions and policies of your company and focus on being the best company you can be. If you are the best, then you will survive an thrive. If you suck balls, then I won't mourn your demise. Capitalism at it's finest.
I got pulled over once for not signaling for 100 feet before my turn. Anon, you need to retake driving school. Signals are to let the people behind you know that you are going to slow down, so they can prepare to slow down as well. Duh.
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