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(Minneapolis Star Tribune)   Wife: "Anything you can do I can do better, I can do anything better than you." Husband: "biatch"   (startribune.com) divider line 63
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2009-06-12 11:18:18 AM  
Where can I one like that?
 
2009-06-12 11:22:11 AM  
It'd be really funny if he refused to split his winnings before she won the 1 mil.
 
2009-06-12 11:29:52 AM  
No, you can't
Yes, I can
No, you can't
Yes, I can
 
2009-06-12 11:30:55 AM  
Edna! I won the lottery! Pack your bags!
Oh that's wonderful, Edward, where are we going?
I don't care, just pack your bags and get the f*ck out!


/now picture that reversed
 
2009-06-12 11:36:54 AM  
I Said: It'd be really funny if he refused to split his winnings before she won the 1 mil.

He still gets half of the million in the divorce and she STILL won't be able to drive worth a shiat.
 
2009-06-12 11:51:45 AM  
Wow, that site has some serious problems.
 
2009-06-12 12:03:49 PM  
wonder if they're related to Hank & Peggy?
 
2009-06-12 12:06:02 PM  
$20 for 1 ticket. And they are going to use the money to 'pay bills'. I wonder how they got in debt in the first place?
 
2009-06-12 12:06:42 PM  
Why does winning a million mean 'paying off your bills'? Is that the best you can do? Granted it ends up being only about $650K, but if your life is lived $600,000 in debt (probably from buying too many $20 scratch tickets), then you have some problems that even winning the lottery won't fix.
 
2009-06-12 12:06:47 PM  
They said they'd pay off bills with the money.

They received 1 million dollars.

I seriously hope they don't have 1 million in debt!
 
2009-06-12 12:07:43 PM  
They're going to be taxed back into debt anyway.
 
2009-06-12 12:09:18 PM  
SiYkO: Why does winning a million mean 'paying off your bills'? Is that the best you can do? Granted it ends up being only about $650K, but if your life is lived $600,000 in debt (probably from buying too many $20 scratch tickets), then you have some problems that even winning the lottery won't fix.

I don't know. What about, say, a house? With multiple cars? Hopefully with plenty left over for the kid's college.
 
2009-06-12 12:09:57 PM  
SiYkO: Why does winning a million mean 'paying off your bills'? Is that the best you can do? Granted it ends up being only about $650K, but if your life is lived $600,000 in debt (probably from buying too many $20 scratch tickets), then you have some problems that even winning the lottery won't fix.

www.thingswhitepeoplehate.com
 
2009-06-12 12:10:17 PM  
The couple has two children, ages 6 and 8. They said they would pay off bills with the money.

Ha nice I assume they would do more but you gotta love that it implies they are simply paying off bills with a million dollars.. I could be debt free with a years salary

/until my I get my mortgage next month
 
2009-06-12 12:10:53 PM  
Hill works for the U.S. Department of Agriculture...

That's a lotta cabbage.

/nothin'
 
2009-06-12 12:12:32 PM  
Did anyone notice that they will be paying their bills with this money when they were paying $20 for the lottery ticket? Is anybody mentioned how they think this couple got into debt in the first place? Do you think it was because they kept buying lottery tickets?
 
2009-06-12 12:12:43 PM  
When women can stand flat footed and piss on the ceiling then they are the equal of men. Until then, not so much.
 
2009-06-12 12:13:31 PM  
But can she pee standing up without getting it all over herself?
 
2009-06-12 12:16:36 PM  
Something smells fishy
http://tinyurl.com/nj3cts
(copy and paste)
 
2009-06-12 12:17:45 PM  
Zed-ex: The couple has two children, ages 6 and 8. They said they would pay off bills with the money.

Ha nice I assume they would do more but you gotta love that it implies they are simply paying off bills with a million dollars.. I could be debt free with a years salary

/until my I get my mortgage next month


Wow, you're 10 grand in debt? Ouch.

/I keed
 
2009-06-12 12:18:07 PM  
tothekor: Did anyone notice that they will be paying their bills with this money when they were paying $20 for the lottery ticket? Is anybody mentioned how they think this couple got into debt in the first place? Do you think it was because they kept buying lottery tickets?

no. you're the first
 
2009-06-12 12:21:35 PM  
tothekor: Did anyone notice that they will be paying their bills with this money when they were paying $20 for the lottery ticket? Is anybody mentioned how they think this couple got into debt in the first place? Do you think it was because they kept buying lottery tickets?

George Orwell pegged it in 1984 very well. Lotteries are a new religion.

- Do your rituals the same time each week (buy tickets / check numbers)

- Have a sense of hope of salvation

Lottos are better than religion, though, as you can actually SEE the Salvation. There are tangible, living breathing examples of people you can meet who were randomly selected by probablilities and got the Big Reward. All other religions offer 'faith'. Lottos offer Proof.
 
2009-06-12 12:23:30 PM  
Smeggy Smurf: When women can stand flat footed and piss on the ceiling then they are the equal of men. Until then, not so much.

When men stop pissing on the ceiling... Oh never mind.
 
2009-06-12 12:24:42 PM  
Zed-ex: The couple has two children, ages 6 and 8. They said they would pay off bills with the money.

Ha nice I assume they would do more but you gotta love that it implies they are simply paying off bills with a million dollars.. I could be debt free with a years salary

/until my I get my mortgage next month


A mortgage is considered "secured debt" (provided you continue to live in the home, and hopefully aren't upside-down on the loan). This is different from other debt, like credit cards, which are "unsecured". Car loans could be considered "secured", but since new cars depreciate so quickly, they really aren't. I would say the only "car loan" that could be considered "secured" would be one from a bank for an antique/vintage automobile (or restoration) for which the vehicle appreciates over time (not sure how many vintage/antique autos this applies to, but probably not as many as you would think).

I (personally) am currently fortunate enough to be "Dave Ramsey" debt-free. I currently only pay on a mortgage, I paid off my only credit-card about a month ago (I still keep it active, though; it is difficult to do certain things, like renting a car, without one), and I have no car payments (all of the vehicles my wife and I own are used and paid off). My wife is still paying off one of her credit cards, so our family isn't "debt-free", but I am personally debt-free (we have separate checking accounts, and I pay all the household bills including the mortgage; her account is mainly for her credit card, most of the groceries, and her gas money, plus anything else she wants).

My credit card payment now goes into our savings.
 
2009-06-12 12:26:01 PM  
ObscureNameHere: tothekor: Did anyone notice that they will be paying their bills with this money when they were paying $20 for the lottery ticket? Is anybody mentioned how they think this couple got into debt in the first place? Do you think it was because they kept buying lottery tickets?

George Orwell pegged it in 1984 very well. Lotteries are a new religion.

- Do your rituals the same time each week (buy tickets / check numbers)

- Have a sense of hope of salvation

Lottos are better than religion, though, as you can actually SEE the Salvation. There are tangible, living breathing examples of people you can meet who were randomly selected by probablilities and got the Big Reward. All other religions offer 'faith'. Lottos offer Proof.


Very interesting...every week you get proven to be a schmuck when you lose the lotto, while someone who believes in the invisible sky wizard remain faithful with no proof of existence.
 
2009-06-12 12:28:19 PM  
ObscureNameHere: tothekor: Did anyone notice that they will be paying their bills with this money when they were paying $20 for the lottery ticket? Is anybody mentioned how they think this couple got into debt in the first place? Do you think it was because they kept buying lottery tickets?

George Orwell pegged it in 1984 very well. Lotteries are a new religion.

- Do your rituals the same time each week (buy tickets / check numbers)

- Have a sense of hope of salvation

Lottos are better than religion, though, as you can actually SEE the Salvation. There are tangible, living breathing examples of people you can meet who were randomly selected by probablilities and got the Big Reward. All other religions offer 'faith'. Lottos offer Proof.


Interesting. The next time someone ticks me off, i'm going to yell 'Powerball damn you!'.
 
2009-06-12 12:36:29 PM  
I never had the guts to click on a gorgor link before. I believe I got off easy this time.
 
2009-06-12 12:41:35 PM  
wildbill0712
I never had the guts to click on a gorgor link before. I believe I got off easy this time.

yeah...most of 'em are pretty hard to get off to
 
2009-06-12 12:42:59 PM  
The ONLY thing she can do better is "BLEED" when I punch her in the cock sucker!
 
2009-06-12 12:47:18 PM  
img2.pict.com
 
2009-06-12 12:47:34 PM  
mobile phone FAIL!!!!h!h!h!!
 
2009-06-12 12:48:10 PM  
HONDOWAYNE: The ONLY thing she can do better is "BLEED" when I punch her in the cock sucker!

Oh my goodness!
 
2009-06-12 12:48:31 PM  
confused
cache.gawker.com
 
2009-06-12 12:49:27 PM  
wildbill0712: I never had the guts to click on a gorgor link before. I believe I got off easy this time.

FAP?
 
2009-06-12 12:49:52 PM  
wildbill0712

Yes but the downside is I used to rely on those pics to make me lose my appetite for several days. Now I'm going to be fat and it's gorgor's fault.

/kill the pod, bring the hideous
 
2009-06-12 12:50:10 PM  
busy chillin': wildbill0712
I never had the guts to click on a gorgor link before. I believe I got off easy this time.

yeah...most of 'em are pretty hard to get off to


I LoL'd
Twice

You can not imagine how difficult it is to hold a half gallon of moo juice and polish the one-eyed gopher when your doin' seventy-five in an eighteen-wheeler.
 
2009-06-12 12:53:56 PM  
If I had $600,000 fall into my lap, I'd pay off the mortgage, top up the kids' 529 accounts, buy a big-ol' HDTV, get a new car (either another Prius or an Insight, unless the Volt comes into production), make some generous donations to my favorite charitable organizations (instead of the usual cheap-ass $100 I throw at them occasionally), and plow the remaining quarter mill into retirement and/or rainy-day savings.

Quit my job? What, are you nuts? When would I do my farking?
 
2009-06-12 12:53:57 PM  
I'd rather hear they are paying off bills than they going to spend it on a boat or something.
 
2009-06-12 12:56:17 PM  
Wow, now she's never gonna shut up.
 
2009-06-12 01:00:04 PM  
Shakespeare's Monkey: Yes but the downside is I used to rely on those pics to make me lose my appetite for several days. Now I'm going to be fat and it's gorgor's fault.

HUNGRY?
http://tinyurl.com/myvyde
(copy and paste)
 
2009-06-12 01:13:44 PM  
Frank and Beans: confused

I feel a Neil Young song coming on...

"Old Man, take a look at my wife
She's a lot like Yoooo-uuu..."
 
2009-06-12 01:16:38 PM  
Really? Lets see knock up the neighbor lady.
 
2009-06-12 01:32:16 PM  
How about logical thinking, math, manual labor, driving, conversing, running, lifting, hand-eye coordination, endurance, and being a human? I'm still not sure why we got suckered into giving them rights and being forced to treat them like humans. The pendulum, it has swung too far.
 
2009-06-12 01:35:21 PM  
ObscureNameHere: Frank and Beans: confused

I feel a Neil Young song coming on...

"Old Man, take a look at my wife
She's a lot like Yoooo-uuu..."


Cortez Cortez.


\wait, f*ck.
 
2009-06-12 01:40:39 PM  
ObscureNameHere: tothekor: Did anyone notice that they will be paying their bills with this money when they were paying $20 for the lottery ticket? Is anybody mentioned how they think this couple got into debt in the first place? Do you think it was because they kept buying lottery tickets?

George Orwell pegged it in 1984 very well. Lotteries are a new religion.

- Do your rituals the same time each week (buy tickets / check numbers)

- Have a sense of hope of salvation

Lottos are better than religion, though, as you can actually SEE the Salvation. There are tangible, living breathing examples of people you can meet who were randomly selected by probablilities and got the Big Reward. All other religions offer 'faith'. Lottos offer Proof.


Exactly. I personally know a woman who won $500,000 on a $10 scratch-off ticket yet I've never met anyone that has talked to God and actually gotten a personal response.
 
2009-06-12 01:43:09 PM  
This article told me everything I need to assess that:

1. They will be divorced within a year
2. They will be broke in two years.
3. Their children will never be as happy as they were before their parents got money.
4. I'm getting hammered tonight*

* totally unrelated. Simply a fact.
 
2009-06-12 01:55:49 PM  
bugmn99: This article told me everything I need to assess that:

1. They will be divorced within a year
2. They will be broke in two years.
3. Their children will never be as happy as they were before their parents got money.
4. I'm getting hammered tonight*

* totally unrelated. Simply a fact.


You needed the article to help you decide?
 
2009-06-12 01:58:53 PM  
bugmn99: This article told me everything I need to assess that:

1. They will be divorced within a year
2. They will be broke in two years.
3. Their children will never be as happy as they were before their parents got money.
4. I'm getting hammered tonight*

* totally unrelated. Simply a fact.


5. Or maybe they'll be responsible, pay their debt, invest wisely and live happily everafter.
6. I second #4!!! Wings play game 7 tonight!!!!! GO WINGS!!!
 
2009-06-12 02:01:03 PM  
Teh_fish: bugmn99: This article told me everything I need to assess that:

1. They will be divorced within a year
2. They will be broke in two years.
3. Their children will never be as happy as they were before their parents got money.
4. I'm getting hammered tonight*

* totally unrelated. Simply a fact.

5. Or maybe they'll be responsible, pay their debt, invest wisely and live happily everafter.
6. I second #4!!! Wings play game 7 tonight!!!!! GO WINGS!!!


I just looked at your profile...
Sorry you're going to loose tonight. lol
 
2009-06-12 02:20:34 PM  
Are you people that damn dense? Nowhere does it say theyre going to use ALL of the money to pay off their bills. Thats just one of the the plans they have for it.
 
2009-06-12 02:22:19 PM  
You say biatch like it's a bad thing
 
2009-06-12 02:23:13 PM  
wildbill0712: I never had the guts to click on a gorgor link before. I believe I got off easy this time.

NEVER click a rugbyjock link
/never
 
2009-06-12 02:23:21 PM  
ObscureNameHere: tothekor: Did anyone notice that they will be paying their bills with this money when they were paying $20 for the lottery ticket? Is anybody mentioned how they think this couple got into debt in the first place? Do you think it was because they kept buying lottery tickets?

George Orwell pegged it in 1984 very well. Lotteries are a new religion.

- Do your rituals the same time each week (buy tickets / check numbers)

- Have a sense of hope of salvation

Lottos are better than religion, though, as you can actually SEE the Salvation. There are tangible, living breathing examples of people you can meet who were randomly selected by probablilities and got the Big Reward. All other religions offer 'faith'. Lottos offer Proof.


double-plus good post

To all the rest of you: Any of you have debt and have internet? a cell phone? eat a fast-food burger now and again? run your air conditioner? Get off his back--there isn't enough information to know whether they spend too much on lottery or not.

/have my own debt
//play lottery religiously
///every time it breaks $100M I play a dollar
///I'm out about 30 bucks in the last two years
 
2009-06-12 02:51:00 PM  
www.cbc.ca

/hot, like Betty Hutton
 
2009-06-12 02:57:06 PM  
EggFool: Smeggy Smurf: When women can stand flat footed and piss on the ceiling then they are the equal of men. Until then, not so much.

When men stop pissing on the ceiling... Oh never mind.


I do it with style and grace by splashing it off the floor first.
 
2009-06-12 03:05:39 PM  
EggFool: HONDOWAYNE: The ONLY thing she can do better is "BLEED" when I punch her in the cock sucker!

Oh my goodness!


Ahhhhh, Fark: bringing people together.
 
2009-06-12 03:11:35 PM  
Smeggy Smurf: When women can stand flat footed and piss on the ceiling then they are the equal of men. Until then, not so much.

Either you have a tremendous pressure or you have very low ceilings.
 
2009-06-12 03:46:34 PM  
Andric: EggFool: HONDOWAYNE: The ONLY thing she can do better is "BLEED" when I punch her in the cock sucker!

Oh my goodness!

Ahhhhh, Fark: bringing people together.


Eeep. I certainly hope not. HONDOWAYNE sounds like a bit of a meanie.

Don't get mad...
 
2009-06-12 03:47:46 PM  
Smeggy Smurf: EggFool: Smeggy Smurf: When women can stand flat footed and piss on the ceiling then they are the equal of men. Until then, not so much.

When men stop pissing on the ceiling... Oh never mind.

I do it with style and grace by splashing it off the floor first.


Holy doodle. I take it back then.
 
2009-06-12 04:19:06 PM  
rytheran: $20 for 1 ticket. And they are going to use the money to 'pay bills'. I wonder how they got in debt in the first place?

THI$
 
2009-06-12 04:40:52 PM  
cr0sh: A mortgage is considered "secured debt" (provided you continue to live in the home, and hopefully aren't upside-down on the loan). This is different from other debt, like credit cards, which are "unsecured". Car loans could be considered "secured", but since new cars depreciate so quickly, they really aren't. I would say the only "car loan" that could be considered "secured" would be one from a bank for an antique/vintage automobile (or restoration) for which the vehicle appreciates over time (not sure how many vintage/antique autos this applies to, but probably not as many as you would think).

I (personally) am currently fortunate enough to be "Dave Ramsey" debt-free. I currently only pay on a mortgage, I paid off my only credit-card about a month ago (I still keep it active, though; it is difficult to do certain things, like renting a car, without one), and I have no car payments (all of the vehicles my wife and I own are used and paid off). My wife is still paying off one of her credit cards, so our family isn't "debt-free", but I am personally debt-free (we have separate checking accounts, and I pay all the household bills including the mortgage; her account is mainly for her credit card, most of the groceries, and her gas money, plus anything else she wants).

My credit card payment now goes into our savings.


So basically, whats hers is hers, and whats mine is ours? Nice set up you got there
 
2009-06-12 06:08:10 PM  
Did anyone else read this article?

Link (new window)
 
2009-06-12 07:16:54 PM  
cr0sh: Zed-ex: The couple has two children, ages 6 and 8. They said they would pay off bills with the money.

Ha nice I assume they would do more but you gotta love that it implies they are simply paying off bills with a million dollars.. I could be debt free with a years salary

/until my I get my mortgage next month

A mortgage is considered "secured debt" (provided you continue to live in the home, and hopefully aren't upside-down on the loan). This is different from other debt, like credit cards, which are "unsecured". Car loans could be considered "secured", but since new cars depreciate so quickly, they really aren't. I would say the only "car loan" that could be considered "secured" would be one from a bank for an antique/vintage automobile (or restoration) for which the vehicle appreciates over time (not sure how many vintage/antique autos this applies to, but probably not as many as you would think).

I (personally) am currently fortunate enough to be "Dave Ramsey" debt-free. I currently only pay on a mortgage, I paid off my only credit-card about a month ago (I still keep it active, though; it is difficult to do certain things, like renting a car, without one), and I have no car payments (all of the vehicles my wife and I own are used and paid off). My wife is still paying off one of her credit cards, so our family isn't "debt-free", but I am personally debt-free (we have separate checking accounts, and I pay all the household bills including the mortgage; her account is mainly for her credit card, most of the groceries, and her gas money, plus anything else she wants).

My credit card payment now goes into our savings.


I think Dave Ramsey would say this:

www.slapyo.com

/hot like my last check (from 1993)
 
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