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(Some Guy)   Having no gang violence, or crime, Local television stations in Utah have had to resort to writing stories about flamewars between scrapbookers   (ksl.com) divider line 70
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2007-12-07 02:59:41 PM
Soon enough they'll do a story about Fark and its creation/evolution and/or Jewish/Islam threads.

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/and/or
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2007-12-07 04:43:45 PM
Uh, we have gangs and crime, just at lower rates
 
2007-12-07 04:44:01 PM
Why just the other day she bought that yellow ribbon and I said my my my a yellow ribbon you whore?
 
2007-12-07 04:44:33 PM
FTFA: "That anybody would care enough to go attack somebody else's deigns, or whatever, is just stupid. These people should have better things to do, like spend money in my store," he said.

Well played, closeted-male-scrapbooking-store-owner
 
2007-12-07 04:45:33 PM
As a husband of a scrabooker, I can say with certainty that they are a vicious bunch.
 
2007-12-07 04:45:44 PM
Crystal Girl: Uh, we have gangs and crime, just at lower rates

yeah but all we really need to do is wall off Ogden and it will all be good

//leave me on the inside please
//loves me some Ogden
 
2007-12-07 04:46:05 PM
FTFA: "Rusty Pickle Sales and Marketing Representative Nanette Hanks.."

/speechless
//laughing my ass off, but speechless
 
2007-12-07 04:47:08 PM
My son just took a giant smelly dump in his diaper.

/off-topic, I know, but no less interesting than that story.
 
2007-12-07 04:47:21 PM
FTFA:"I don't know. Maybe the people complaining about it and calling her bad names should maybe spend some more time making cuter pages. They might be there, too," she said.

Snap!
 
2007-12-07 04:48:23 PM
Yo, yo, yo.. Scrapbook posse... REPRESENT!

/Unreal...
//Will never understand interest in this.
///I guess it's constructive when they're not being DEstructive...
 
2007-12-07 04:49:14 PM
Still, she says there's no reason to call a woman stripped of Hall of Fame honors a name that would make a sailor blush.

Being married to a former Navy man, I can tell you that there isn't anything a biatchy scrapbooker can say that will make a sailor blush.

Especially if the journalist is trying to hint at the "c" word. Yeah. Right.
 
2007-12-07 04:49:19 PM
memilkisyummy: My son just took a giant smelly dump in his diaper.

/off-topic, I know, but no less interesting than that story.


You are a terrible parent and your scrapbooks suck!
/on-topic?
 
2007-12-07 04:49:28 PM
This is pretty obvious.

After all, scrapbooking, much like the Internet, is serious business.
 
2007-12-07 04:50:03 PM
Tongan Crip Gang- Urban headhunters, dare subby to walk through pioneer park after sundown!
 
2007-12-07 04:50:15 PM
www.kapowwe.com
 
2007-12-07 04:51:38 PM
"That anybody would care enough to go attack somebody else's deigns, or whatever, is just stupid. These people should have better things to do, like spend money in my store,"

That's the most Fark-like quote I've read in a while.
 
2007-12-07 04:52:41 PM
You guys need to understand, scrapbooking is serious business here in Utah.
 
2007-12-07 04:53:13 PM
beowulfmpf: Tongan Crip Gang- Urban headhunters, dare subby to walk through pioneer park after sundown!

Is that who hangs out there? Shows what i know, i though it was zombies.
 
DVD
2007-12-07 04:53:30 PM
"The Millenium Falcon vs the Enterprise? Ha! All it has is a hyperdrive!" (Probably heard in the background during a scrapbooking scrap)

Stolen from some mormon comedy flick
 
2007-12-07 04:53:45 PM
I think scrapbooking flamewars have real potential.

"Here's a photograph of me doing your mom... and here's the wrapper from the condom I used when I did your skanky ho-bag of a mom... and here's the receipt your mom gave me..."
 
2007-12-07 04:54:46 PM
I think it would be more interesting with actual flames. Hours and hours of lovingly preserving memories, gone in moments. Of course then there'd be a new batch of must-have supplies. "Our paper is acid-free and flame retardant!"
 
2007-12-07 04:56:54 PM
"Oh, isn't that a lovely photo of you and the cousins in Nashville! It would be even lovelier, though, if... IT WAS LODGED IN YOUR THROAT! BAHAHAHAHAHA!"

This just does not compute.
 
2007-12-07 04:58:16 PM
For some reason, I picture a bunch of overwieght middle-aged white women sitting in a circle passing around scrapbooks saying 'ooh Denise's page looks like shiat! Yeah, and Denise is a ho too! She's a ho who makes shiatty scrapbooks!'
 
2007-12-07 04:58:51 PM
beowulfmpf: Tongan Crip Gang- Urban headhunters, dare subby to walk through pioneer park after sundown!

Oh please, I've walked through pioneer a thousand times after dark. Just visited my brother who lives there and some old friends and I went to Pioneer at midnight to play with a Ouija board, since we've had a tradition since high school.
 
2007-12-07 05:00:02 PM
Md37: As a husband of a scrabooker, I can say with certainty that they are a vicious bunch.


This, this, and this.

My g/f is into scrapbooking, and she doesn't take shiat from anyone.
 
2007-12-07 05:00:42 PM
People acting like complete and utter shiats to each other? Color me surprised.
 
2007-12-07 05:00:43 PM
beowulfmpf: Tongan Crip Gang- Urban headhunters, dare subby to walk through pioneer park after sundown!

NO. My mom wouldn't let me go to Liberty Park when we moved here either - she kept insisting it had "too many trees."
 
2007-12-07 05:02:18 PM
I'm in West Valley/Magna right now and it really gets gross as you move west across the valley. I grew up in Detroit and it's not nearly that bad. There're aren't any African Americans here in Utah (it's a college town, so there are still REAL Africans) but there are still quite a few Latinos. The number of Latinos increases as you move farther west from SLC.

/I wonder if there is a correlation between Latinos and crime
//probably not, that would be racist
 
2007-12-07 05:05:55 PM
Has anyone ever been to Pioneer Park right when it starts to get dark?

How many Bishops have been caught "hanging out" in Liberty Park, you know for the group sex in the bathroom?

/Lived right across from Liberty Park
//27S and 900E
 
2007-12-07 05:07:11 PM
im in salt lake city airport
boring boring boring
hates skywest
hates utah
likes marie osmond lmao
jk
/love slashies
//love towlie
 
2007-12-07 05:07:20 PM
Chiad: beowulfmpf: Tongan Crip Gang- Urban headhunters, dare subby to walk through pioneer park after sundown!

Oh please, I've walked through pioneer a thousand times after dark. Just visited my brother who lives there and some old friends and I went to Pioneer at midnight to play with a Ouija board, since we've had a tradition since high school.



Are you one of the homeless? I guess the homeless can enjoy board games too!
 
2007-12-07 05:09:08 PM
My husband briefly mowed parks for the city, and his complaint about was having to mow Pioneer was having to steer around all the passed out guys. Well, that and occasionally sucking up a syringe and jamming the mower
 
2007-12-07 05:09:52 PM
you ought to read the comments made whenever a direct-order scrapbook business goes out of business with no warning - locking people out of the offices, taking money and not filling orders, writing bad checks for payroll....it gets down right vicious.

Put down that tape runner!! Stop running with scissors! You embellishment ho!
 
2007-12-07 05:12:32 PM
In Detroit we called the crazy homeless genetic underclass CHUD (Canabalistic Underground Humanoid Dwellers). The CHUD here in Utah is much more tame than Detroit, but they are still there.
 
2007-12-07 05:15:11 PM
Chiad: Oh please, I've walked through pioneer a thousand times after dark. Just visited my brother who lives there and some old friends and I went to Pioneer at midnight to play with a Ouija board, since we've had a tradition since high school.

ok, new challenge:

2:30 am Saturday morning.

30th and Adams to 28th and Wall to 22ed and Monroe
you may not walk down Washington or 25th.


Go! Go! go!
//no it's not THAT bad
//relative to NO crime, SOME crime seem like A LOT of crime
 
2007-12-07 05:17:28 PM
kiteless: Are you one of the homeless? I guess the homeless can enjoy board games too!

A homeless guy freaked us out because we asked the Ouija board spirit to show itself as one came stumbling up, but other than that...
 
2007-12-07 05:19:13 PM
Sticky Hands: ok, new challenge:

2:30 am Saturday morning.

30th and Adams to 28th and Wall to 22ed and Monroe
you may not walk down Washington or 25th.


Go! Go! go!
//no it's not THAT bad
//relative to NO crime, SOME crime seem like A LOT of crime


I'll have to take you up on that next time I'm in Utah. It seems like a crime free paradise* compared to where I live now.

*Other than the low crime, not so much paradise though.
 
2007-12-07 05:19:57 PM
Come on guys it's Utah! The women here are expected to squirt out children, pop prozac and wait for their husbands to get home so they can get preggers again. Most LDS people don't drink, smoke, or take drugs. Let the relief society have this one
 
2007-12-07 05:20:09 PM
digitalpirate: In Detroit we called the crazy homeless genetic underclass CHUD (Canabalistic Underground Humanoid Dwellers). The CHUD here in Utah is much more tame than Detroit, but they are still there.

my favorite thing about the current crop of homeless is the able boddied youngins panhandling downtown.

EVERY single business on 4th south is hiring,
I see people every day with "Jobless" on a piece of cardboard standing in front 10' X 40' banner that says "HELP WANTED apply inside"

I have to lock my door at night to keep the jobs out

//local unemployment rate: ~2%
 
2007-12-07 05:24:51 PM
Chiad*Other than the low crime, not so much paradise though.

I moved here from Detroit and the crime levels here really are a joke compared to any large city. I love it out here. If you like the outdoors, fishing, camping, backpacking, skiing...they have all 4 seasons. I am within 4 hours of almost every terrain(except the ocean) and 5 hours from Vegas. Oh yeah, the job market is awesome out here.

The part that I miss is the music scene. With all these white people and mexicans, the music scene is really lacking. Detroit was much better in that area, but last time I was home Nancy Whiskey got robbed twice in 1 week...it's a tradeoff.
 
2007-12-07 05:26:17 PM
xanadian: Soon enough they'll do a story about Fark and its creation/evolution and/or Jewish/Islam threads.

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/and/or
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Just get them to Fark and they'll see how we roll.
 
2007-12-07 05:27:55 PM
I'm a scrapbooker, and I don't take no shiat from nobody.
/Really, I am a scrapbooker
//but sort of a pacifist
 
2007-12-07 05:27:57 PM
Sticky Hands: I have to lock my door at night to keep the jobs out

//local unemployment rate: ~2%


dinamico.unibg.it "Can't a man walk down the street without being OFFERED A JOB?!"
 
2007-12-07 05:31:23 PM
Sticky Hands : my favorite thing about the current crop of homeless is the able boddied youngins panhandling downtown

Oh, i know! At least in Detroit you could get them to dance for a dollar or tell you some boring sob story. We used to ride down Cass Ave and throw spoons from the HS caffeteria at the homeless and hookers while we rode past in out cars. We called it playing Spoons.

These kids panhandling look chubby, rosey-cheaked, and healthy. I also noticed one had a really nice North Face backpack. I could only afford a Keltey Red Cloud! I have seen them getting into nicer cars than I own, too.
 
2007-12-07 05:32:08 PM
FTFA: One of the most bitter chat threads is over a woman named Kristina Contes, who was stripped of her Hall of Fame honor. She's called things like, well, I'm not comfortable even telling you which letter it starts with.

Hmmmmm. Contes. Contes. What derogatory name could I possibly make from Contes..........
 
2007-12-07 05:34:28 PM
Coont?
 
2007-12-07 05:35:41 PM
digitalpirate: I moved here from Detroit and the crime levels here really are a joke compared to any large city. I love it out here. If you like the outdoors, fishing, camping, backpacking, skiing...they have all 4 seasons. I am within 4 hours of almost every terrain(except the ocean) and 5 hours from Vegas. Oh yeah, the job market is awesome out here.

The part that I miss is the music scene. With all these white people and mexicans, the music scene is really lacking. Detroit was much better in that area, but last time I was home Nancy Whiskey got robbed twice in 1 week...it's a tradeoff.


I liked a bunch of it, I grew up there. And Utah is great, except for the culture, or lack thereof. I just got sick of it eventually. A large majority of people there need a major attitude adjustment. I still visit the family, and get in my skiing when I do, and Lake Powell and the Zion National Park area are still some of my favorite places on the planet.

I'm enjoying the hell out of living right near the beach though, that's something I never had growing up and the novelty hasn't worn off yet :)
 
2007-12-07 05:38:40 PM
Kristina Contes

I would hit it

Link (pops)
 
2007-12-07 05:39:33 PM
Chiad: I liked a bunch of it, I grew up there. And Utah is great, except for the culture, or lack thereof. I just got sick of it eventually. A large majority of people there need a major attitude adjustment. I still visit the family, and get in my skiing when I do, and Lake Powell and the Zion National Park area are still some of my favorite places on the planet.

I'm enjoying the hell out of living right near the beach though, that's something I never had growing up and the novelty hasn't worn off yet :)


Well can't fault you there, I don't know about living next to that much water tho. spooky.
 
2007-12-07 05:40:26 PM
Chiad: A large majority of people there need a major attitude adjustment

What is it with LDS people that don't know about anything except their ward and squirting out babies? They grew up here, went on a mission, went to BYU, then moved to Layton or Bountiful to start making puppies who will do the same thing? I work with one guy who I personally think he has a lot of bodies burried under his house. I couldn't imagine growing up here...way too stifling for a kid. I'm glad I moved here though, for an adult(kind of) it's great
 
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