Re: White Collar fans should give their tickets to Blue Collar fans
posted at 12/17/2009 11:03 PM EST
In Response to Re: White Collar fans should give their tickets to Blue Collar fans
[QUOTE]~I think IF only people with less monetary means could simply qualify for the unexisting-in-this-economy better jobs, that offer greater wealth and capital for them by attending rich universities that they cannot in any way afford, OR at least the poorer folks could make use of their vast connections with rich family and friends, THEN these times of the greatest ionization of wealth in this country than ever before would be far less marginal, and subsequently the people that don't have excessive and dispossable income for perks, Could therefore then afford things like Patriot Tickets, and then maybe they'd stop being so poor, smelly and full of complaints. Until this eventually and most certainly happens though, Perhaps They could spend their wasted energy after working 2 low-paying manual jobs back to back, BY tarring and feathering the rich.
Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium[/QUOTE]
LMFAO! Libbie tripe! As if getting expensive tickets/seast to a sporting/entetainment evet is an ENTITLEMENT. Anyone can get these tickets.... all you have to do is get off your fat azzed butt and earn the money. Or, take it out of your welfare proceeds, explaining to teh family later why living ina big old cardboard box is the fault of those nasty conservatives. Do I have a luxury box? No. Would I like one? You bet! How do I get one? FIrst off, go out there in the real world and make something of yourself instead of sitting around whining about it. (With unemployment going up after "guaranteeing it wouldn't exceed 8% if the first "stimulus" wasn't passed makes the Great AMateur In Chief a great guy, blaming others.)
When I have disposable income, I use it as I like. If that means goijung to a Patriots game ans sitting absolutely still for 60 minutes, guess what? That's my business. I EARNED that right., and will not be held up to anyone else's standards. I don't expect a freebie because there's no such thing... someone, someplace, is paying for it.
My final word on this subject is this, and is directed towards all those whilers and yahoss who feel entitled to access to the more expensive seats/things in life: This thought helped create the economic situaion we're in (buying houses they could NEVER afford, buying cars on 10% down, and then financing the taxes, license, and registration, plus the extended warranty and credit life insurance), making the amount financed 130% of the original purchase price, having several credit cardss to fuinace trips to exotic places): Guess what? When/if you ever get "there", you'll then be part of the problem to the next wave of yahoos and whiners. I bid you welcpome now.