March 25, 2004

what do ya wanna bet?

Oh, by the way, ClassyCourtLady published her whole comment to a geocities page. What do ya wanna bet she is pointin' all her friends to that page instead of here now, since it has all the lies and innuendos she so craftily constructed without my fine fisking. But she is coming in here checking up, hoping one or more of you, or maybe some friend of hers will show up and give me the what for or something. Her last check:

Domain Name ? (Commercial)
IP Address 64.6.35.# (ARIN)
Language Setting English
Operating System Microsoft Win2000
Browser Internet Explorer 5.01
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows NT 5.0)
Time of Visit Mar 25 2004 3:53:36 pm
Last Page View Mar 25 2004 4:20:28 pm
Visit Length 26 minutes and 52 seconds
Page Views 2
I am also pretty sure I know who she is, and definitely understand why she does not want me to win, and am now of the opinion that she actually does have some connection with the Puritan Gestapo, and is likely the catalyst for the entire fiasco that has developed surrounding this blog. If it is who I think it is, she can consider something I told her I would do if I was elected to the County Attorneys' office to be no longer the case.

Posted by notGeorge at March 25, 2004 05:10 PM | TrackBack

I know you have to talk around the topic but boy was that confusin'. I had to read it three times to work out what it meant. Maybe I am too tired this morning....

Posted by: Ozguru at March 25, 2004 06:41 PM

Got it.

(As in: I'll be posting this info AND looking into it myself. I'll let ya know what we come up with.)

Cut to: Al Pacino, in a scene from "Scarface", saying...
"I wan' choo to meet my leetle frien'..."


Posted by: Stevie at March 25, 2004 09:55 PM

Win2K is a corporate/governmental platform. It's rarely run in a home environment, and when it is, it's usually pirated. It's entirely possible that, in this case, neither is true.

3:53 PM is considered part of the standard 8-hour work day. 26 minutes of her employers' time was wasted mouthing the words that someone had written on a personal web site. If KookyKourtLassie is a government employee, that's your tax dollars at work. It's tough being a civil servant, but then, it's a lifetime job. I reckon CrazyCourtGal could be a tennis pro, though. Perhaps that's how she chose her nom de plume.

I wish you'd get tough and name some names. Everybody hiding behind false monikers does no one any good.

Me, I'm looking forward to reading my latest edition of the GRR to see what the uproar is all about.

Posted by: Scott Chaffin at March 25, 2004 11:54 PM

Could the Classy Court lady be related to a judge?
Her comment. "I would drum you out of the courtroom before you even got started" sounds like someone who thinks she has the ear of someone in power.

Her personal attacks are extremely bitter. They sound remarkably like a woman scorned. You must have paid her the ultimate insult, by ignoring her and choosing to socialize with some other woman in her vicinity.

The one thing this has done is remedy any shortage of things to blog about. Give 'em hell!
We are rooting for you!

Posted by: David at March 26, 2004 04:05 AM

She sounds like such a crazy lady - be careful!

Posted by: squishybear at March 26, 2004 10:22 AM

Being ignored by Tiger would be a blessing. Most of you folks have obviously not met the guy. You have no idea how many people around here, in notCrawford, start feeling sick when they see him walking their way. You don't have to be a member of the "Puritan Gestapo" to want to censor Tiger. There are plenty of people around town who don't give a damn if he wins or not, they just want him to shut the hell up.

Now, when he first moved to the area, I thought he seemed nice enough, if a little on the strange side. But he quickly turned into a real pest - always wandering all over town giving his opinion on every little thing, saying how much he hates this or that... Why the hell did he come here if all he's gonna do is bitch that he doesn't like it!

And he's always butting in on other people's conversations. Listen, Tiger, if folks around town want your opinion - they'll ask for it.

And, by the way, notClark ain't your county. It's our county - as in the folks that have lived here all their lives, or at least most of our lives. Your online buddies talk about it being "small town politics", and that us small towners like things not to change, etc. Well, they're right! Why, in God's name, should we change to suit the handful of people who moved to town in the last five years!

If you don't like the way things are in OUR town, then leave! We'll help you pack, I'll start a collection for your going-away-gas-fund.

And as for all you pro-Tiger bloggers, let me tell you a little something... Tig' started this shit. Before he even had a blog, he was snooping around, trying to find some dirt on other folks around here - not just his opponent. Problem is, most of 'em are fine, up-standing citizens. While Tiger goes around town lusting after girls 30 years younger than he is. It's true - I've seen it, I've talked with some of the girls. Now, he hasn't done anything criminal with 'em -that I know of- but some of 'em have been worried that he was going to try. And let me tell you, folks around here are mighty protective of their daughters. If Tiger slips up, the election will be the least of his concerns.

notGonna listen to ya next time ya drop by M&K.

Posted by: Chase at March 26, 2004 10:32 AM

Why, in God's name, should we change to suit the handful of people who moved to town in the last five years!

In other words -- "Shut up and do what we tell ya to. If we want your input, we'll ask for it." Great attitude there, Chase. That's sure to attract visitors, businesses, and potential residents. There's nothing like being told to open your wallet but shut your mouth.

If Terry creeps you out or you don't like the cut of his jib, don't vote for him and don't talk to him. Tell your friends to do the same. But trying to scare him out of the race with anonymous innuendo and veiled threats doesn't speak well for the town and it's founding families. That's what's galling about the whole episode.

Well, that, and the high-n-mighty, holier-than-thou attitude that's being revealed. That the attitude is there is not surprising, though -- just most people try to hide it at least a little bit. But then, anonymity makes it a lot easier to show it off, doesn't it?

Posted by: Scott Chaffin at March 26, 2004 11:53 AM

More veiled threats...wonderful.
You know...people like YOU, Chase, are the reason the term 'redneck' has gotten such a bad rap.
See, Stupid, the term ORIGINALLY meant a hard-working, honest, salt-of-the-earth, intellgent person, the back of whose neck was red from working in the sun, tending their own garden (business) and handling their own problems.
Then, along come people like you and that witch-who-should-go-kill-herself-just-because-she's-so-
friggin'-miserable (a complete waste of sperm, skin and air-to be precise). People who wouldn't know what an honest days work means, because y'all don't know what the word HONEST means. People whose own shit is spread all over hell's half acre because they're so busy minding everyones else's business instead of their own. People who want to knock and keep other people down, due to some false sense of superiority and entitlement. And, most of all, people who resort to threats of violence, lies, innuendo, bullying tactics and bullshit when they have no legitimate arguement or
avenues in the first place.
You two people are making the great state of Texas look like it's populated by a buncha asshole nibshits.
What kind of man can the incumbent be if he condones this bullshit being done on his behalf? Not one I'd want in charge of any aspect of MY life, lem'me tell ya.
Thanks to you two losers, every time, for the rest of my life, that I think of Texas, I'll be hearing "Dueling Banjos" playing in my head. Jesus...whatta mind movie it is, too. The banjo picker dressed in a Nazi uniform, acting exactly like that (obviously homosexually frustrated) jerk out in the woods who made Ned Beatty "Squeeeeal!"
Now, you just know that's gonna cause a few headaches.
And...another thing...If those 'young women' you talk about are anything at all like your cohort in this attack, believe me, the last thing they need to worry about is being 'accosted'. Sounds like to me they need to get over themselves quite a bit.
Well, if nothing else, it's quite obvious to me that Yolanda Saldivar, Wanda Holloway, assasins, rapists and murdering idiots like David Wayne Spence are NOT abberations..not at all unusual coming from Texas. Instead of being amazed that such obvious dirtballs can exist there, it's now apparent to me that the oddity is that Texas has ANY quality people in it at all.

Thank you ever s'much for clearing that up for me.

My God. If these fools are any example, this country really is fucked beyond all redemption. And, by the biggest dicks God ever put on this planet-political pissants.
God help us all.
We're gonna need it.

Posted by: Stevie at March 26, 2004 02:53 PM

By the way, Dipshit (Chase)...questions end with QUESTION MARKS, like this: '?', not exclamation points!! (Like those.)
Dooo yoouuu uunderrrstaaand? (Type/speaking s-l-o-w-l-y so as not to confuse him further. Jesus...sigh.)

Posted by: Stevie at March 26, 2004 03:00 PM

Chase (your tail, that is) how about you have a nice tall glass of Shut the Fuck Up?

I have met Tiger personally and he has been a fantastic person. As I said at my own site, I would trust him with my life and my family's lives.

The town in question is NOT the only small town in Texas. And guess what, I happen to live in a similarly-sized town. I grew up in another similarly-sized town as well. Nothing like a bunch of bitter old porch-pigs like you and ClasslessCourtLeech, sitting around snarling "we don't want yer kind around a-heare, now git!", to really dole out the small-town charm.


Posted by: Denita TwoDragons at March 26, 2004 05:52 PM

Chase...get a f***ing life geez. You're OBVIOUSLY a very miserable human being.

Posted by: Gennie at March 26, 2004 09:21 PM

My G-d! I can practically see the blackened teeth, the straw protruding from the mouth and the overalls with patches on the butt!

Cue the song Dueling Banjos!

How stupid are you Chase? "We don't like change around here boy!"

Piss up a fucking rope you inbred scumwipe!

Last time I checked, this was America. Yes. That's right. America! Guess what that means Chase! That means that tignotGeorge OR ANYONE ELSE FOR THAT MATTER has every damn right to live where they wish to live and give their opinions on any thing they wish too and if you don't like it, you can fucking leave. Yes. That's right. YOUR ASS can take a fucking hike, hick!

"But, but my pa built this shack just fer me!"

Doesn't mean you own the whole damn place.

Boo hoo. Someone isn't conforming to your backhills ways.

It's no wonder you claim to have over half the county as your relatives. You hate change so much, you refuse to look outside your own family for your next date.

Now go take a bath. Your ass stinks.

Posted by: Serenity at March 27, 2004 06:18 PM




Posted by: OLDCATMAN at March 27, 2004 07:45 PM

Methinks they (Purity Posse -- or whatever) doth protesteth too much.

Posted by: Emma at March 29, 2004 06:09 PM

Ever wonder why "Rural Sociology" is offered on college campuses?

I think Chase has been a perfect example....

Posted by: Rae at March 31, 2004 02:50 PM
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