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2020-09-20 9:02:31 AM  
'He was out there all night in just shorts'

So you're saying he wasn't hot, he was chili?
 
2020-09-20 9:18:50 AM  
I'll bet that man is from California, too.
 
2020-09-20 9:27:28 AM  
A kayak and 500' of rope really deserves a better write-up. I want to know more.
 
2020-09-20 9:30:49 AM  
Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.
 
2020-09-20 9:33:30 AM  
Must be one heck of a story.

/assuming he wasnt drunk
//we have a Farker here who was stuck in a cave for three days
///I'm still waiting to hear that story
 
2020-09-20 9:35:00 AM  

rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.


When you say "knocked down your apartment" you mean..?
 
2020-09-20 9:36:10 AM  

edmo: A kayak and 500' of rope really deserves a better write-up. I want to know more.


I just read the article.
Agreed.
Now I'm very curious how a kayak could reach the guy when people on jet skis could not.
 
2020-09-20 9:37:54 AM  
Well done subby
 
2020-09-20 9:43:45 AM  

halifaxdatageek: Well done subby


Indeed.   I  wonder if the guy under the bridge picked up any Fleas....
 
2020-09-20 9:51:29 AM  
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I mean this.  Few broken windows and gaping hole in the roof.  Knocked down may be an exaggeration but I sure ain't living in there anymore.
 
2020-09-20 9:54:54 AM  

rjakobi: [Fark user image image 425x559]

I mean this.  Few broken windows and gaping hole in the roof.  Knocked down may be an exaggeration but I sure ain't living in there anymore.


Yikes.
*hug*
 
2020-09-20 9:59:45 AM  
Wife's never gonna let him forget the time the man in the boat found him.
 
2020-09-20 10:10:50 AM  
As he was waiting to be found, I bet he was thinking 'It's hard to believe, there nobody out there'
 
2020-09-20 10:38:03 AM  

rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.


Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.
 
2020-09-20 10:43:57 AM  
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under The Bridge [Official Music Video]
Youtube GLvohMXgcBo
 
2020-09-20 10:47:02 AM  

NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.

Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.


I was wondering the same thing. Who or what are you mad at when you live in an area where hurricanes are a thing and one actually hits you?
 
2020-09-20 10:48:08 AM  

lindalouwho: 'He was out there all night in just shorts'

So you're saying he wasn't hot, he was chili?


Here. Take your funny vote.
 
2020-09-20 10:54:08 AM  
did he try heroin?
 
2020-09-20 11:04:43 AM  

jmr61: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.

Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.

I was wondering the same thing. Who or what are you mad at when you live in an area where hurricanes are a thing and one actually hits you?


This is Fark so the answer has to be Trump.
 
2020-09-20 11:09:20 AM  
the city she loves me lonely as I am together we cry
 
2020-09-20 11:31:13 AM  
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At least he had a bottle
 
2020-09-20 11:31:46 AM  
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2020-09-20 11:38:47 AM  
Looks like a lot of Boats going up for sale.
 
2020-09-20 11:38:48 AM  

Fano: [Fark user image 425x524]


An alligator got 'em?
 
2020-09-20 11:49:55 AM  

FarkingChas: Fano: [Fark user image 425x524]

An alligator got 'em?


Name of Amos Moses
 
2020-09-20 12:06:53 PM  

jmr61: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.

Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.

I was wondering the same thing. Who or what are you mad at when you live in an area where hurricanes are a thing and one actually hits you?


The fark is wrong with you two? Undirected anger at shiatty circumstances is normal.  A total lack of empathy for people who have emotional reactions to things is not.
 
2020-09-20 12:27:20 PM  

rjakobi: [Fark user image image 425x559]

I mean this.  Few broken windows and gaping hole in the roof.  Knocked down may be an exaggeration but I sure ain't living in there anymore.


Reminds me of war torn cities.
 
2020-09-20 12:28:35 PM  

JNowe: I'll bet that man is from California, too.


Do you mean you bet he's from the state of California?
 
2020-09-20 12:31:02 PM  

simonchvz: jmr61: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.

Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.

I was wondering the same thing. Who or what are you mad at when you live in an area where hurricanes are a thing and one actually hits you?

The fark is wrong with you two? Undirected anger at shiatty circumstances is normal.  A total lack of empathy for people who have emotional reactions to things is not.


Never mind. Most people can only move if they have family/friends in the new local OR have a nice chuck of money. Because a new address is harder than moving down the street. You end up with no ID and other b.s. WTF
 
2020-09-20 12:34:07 PM  

NotThatGuyAgain: Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.


My anger is not at the destruction.  I live near my parents, who are retired and just celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, and the whole reason they live here is because dad was a Naval aviator and he and mom wanted to spend their last days here.  In fact I am living with them while I'm waiting to relocate.  It is not as simple as "move away".

My anger in this case is directed more at how I need to change my life on the fly and also balance that I have been out of work since March, I am surrounded by maskless Trumpists, and still helping with relief groups whilst on the edge of a nervous breakdown.

Sorry to have to explain that all to you, but I felt that having you all understand what's going on here makes you guys be a little less snarky asshole.  I'm sure you all got your own bum raps you have to deal with too.
 
2020-09-20 12:51:05 PM  

halifaxdatageek: Well done subby


There's nothing like the oldies to unite the rapidly aging
 
2020-09-20 12:53:01 PM  

smunns: halifaxdatageek: Well done subby

There's nothing like the oldies to unite the rapidly aging


Pffft Motown would be the oldies to most of us, silly.
;-p
 
2020-09-20 1:15:28 PM  
There's a darkness on the edge of town.
 
2020-09-20 1:29:14 PM  
If you don't get all your Mexican from El Asador, you are probably eating the same old shiat served at every other marginal place.  Never have I lived in a place with so many marginal choices.

The irony is that the locals REALLY hate furiners, but eat the heck out of Mexican food (not accusing poster but people in Pensacola are generally xenophobic.  One of the few small towns where ICE is on speed dial at the local jail to pick up drunkies)
 
2020-09-20 1:31:12 PM  

rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.


I guess this would help
 
2020-09-20 1:41:54 PM  

Turbo Cojones: The irony is that the locals REALLY hate furiners, but eat the heck out of Mexican food (not accusing poster but people in Pensacola are generally xenophobic.  One of the few small towns where ICE is on speed dial at the local jail to pick up drunkies)


No offense taken and town is guilty as charged.  I live more on the Perdido side which got the direct hit, and I keep seeing trucks with Trump flags I ironically parked outside the establishment.

And of course, a few miles west and BAM!  You's in Alabama.
 
2020-09-20 1:48:28 PM  

simonchvz: jmr61: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.

Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.

I was wondering the same thing. Who or what are you mad at when you live in an area where hurricanes are a thing and one actually hits you?

The fark is wrong with you two? Undirected anger at shiatty circumstances is normal.  A total lack of empathy for people who have emotional reactions to things is not.


What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Undirected anger is for children and mental cases and is completely useless.  I'm assuming the OP is not a child so that narrows things down.
 
2020-09-20 1:59:35 PM  

NotThatGuyAgain: What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.


Dude, that ain't projecting.  You made it abundantly clear that you had no sympathy to share for someone who lost a home in a hurricane in a region known to hurricanes, and I assume you still feel this even after I gave my reasons.

It's totally fine you feel that way.  I'm not offended.  I would be foolish to not expect one of the Farkers to point that fact out.
 
2020-09-20 2:14:42 PM  

rjakobi: NotThatGuyAgain: What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Dude, that ain't projecting.  You made it abundantly clear that you had no sympathy to share for someone who lost a home in a hurricane in a region known to hurricanes, and I assume you still feel this even after I gave my reasons.

It's totally fine you feel that way.  I'm not offended.  I would be foolish to not expect one of the Farkers to point that fact out.


Yep, pointing out that hurricane damage in a hurricane zone is to be expected is a complete lack of empathy.

Amazing you have worked up a complete psyche profile from a single post!  You could probably teach Freud and Jung a thing or too!

You make it clear I can adult far better than you.
 
2020-09-20 2:27:34 PM  

NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: NotThatGuyAgain: What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Dude, that ain't projecting.  You made it abundantly clear that you had no sympathy to share for someone who lost a home in a hurricane in a region known to hurricanes, and I assume you still feel this even after I gave my reasons.

It's totally fine you feel that way.  I'm not offended.  I would be foolish to not expect one of the Farkers to point that fact out.

Yep, pointing out that hurricane damage in a hurricane zone is to be expected is a complete lack of empathy.

Amazing you have worked up a complete psyche profile from a single post!  You could probably teach Freud and Jung a thing or too!

You make it clear I can adult far better than you.


Username definitely checks out. Shut the fark up, asshole.
 
2020-09-20 2:32:16 PM  

NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: NotThatGuyAgain: What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Dude, that ain't projecting.  You made it abundantly clear that you had no sympathy to share for someone who lost a home in a hurricane in a region known to hurricanes, and I assume you still feel this even after I gave my reasons.

It's totally fine you feel that way.  I'm not offended.  I would be foolish to not expect one of the Farkers to point that fact out.

Yep, pointing out that hurricane damage in a hurricane zone is to be expected is a complete lack of empathy.

Amazing you have worked up a complete psyche profile from a single post!  You could probably teach Freud and Jung a thing or too!

You make it clear I can adult far better than you.


"Amazing you have worked up a complete psyche profile from a single post!"

This is coming from a guy whose presumption about the sole reason for someone's anger in a situation was explained as being incorrect, and can't bother to admit maybe more was at play there than just hurricane damage.

Get over yourself.
 
2020-09-20 2:33:50 PM  

mateomaui: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: NotThatGuyAgain: What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Dude, that ain't projecting.  You made it abundantly clear that you had no sympathy to share for someone who lost a home in a hurricane in a region known to hurricanes, and I assume you still feel this even after I gave my reasons.

It's totally fine you feel that way.  I'm not offended.  I would be foolish to not expect one of the Farkers to point that fact out.

Yep, pointing out that hurricane damage in a hurricane zone is to be expected is a complete lack of empathy.

Amazing you have worked up a complete psyche profile from a single post!  You could probably teach Freud and Jung a thing or too!

You make it clear I can adult far better than you.

Username definitely checks out. Shut the fark up, asshole.


Or else what?  You'll make another strongly worded post?  Oh noes!

You pussies have taken "why be that angry at mother nature" to "OMG THIS GUY DOESN'T CARE AT ALL!"  You really make me laugh.

Go ahead, bring on the hate.  Maybe I can use some in my heart.  I don't have any there.
 
2020-09-20 2:34:25 PM  

mateomaui: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: NotThatGuyAgain: What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Dude, that ain't projecting.  You made it abundantly clear that you had no sympathy to share for someone who lost a home in a hurricane in a region known to hurricanes, and I assume you still feel this even after I gave my reasons.

It's totally fine you feel that way.  I'm not offended.  I would be foolish to not expect one of the Farkers to point that fact out.

Yep, pointing out that hurricane damage in a hurricane zone is to be expected is a complete lack of empathy.

Amazing you have worked up a complete psyche profile from a single post!  You could probably teach Freud and Jung a thing or too!

You make it clear I can adult far better than you.

"Amazing you have worked up a complete psyche profile from a single post!"

This is coming from a guy whose presumption about the sole reason for someone's anger in a situation was explained as being incorrect, and can't bother to admit maybe more was at play there than just hurricane damage.

Get over yourself.


Hahhahahaha!
 
2020-09-20 2:35:53 PM  

NotThatGuyAgain: mateomaui: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: NotThatGuyAgain: What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Dude, that ain't projecting.  You made it abundantly clear that you had no sympathy to share for someone who lost a home in a hurricane in a region known to hurricanes, and I assume you still feel this even after I gave my reasons.

It's totally fine you feel that way.  I'm not offended.  I would be foolish to not expect one of the Farkers to point that fact out.

Yep, pointing out that hurricane damage in a hurricane zone is to be expected is a complete lack of empathy.

Amazing you have worked up a complete psyche profile from a single post!  You could probably teach Freud and Jung a thing or too!

You make it clear I can adult far better than you.

"Amazing you have worked up a complete psyche profile from a single post!"

This is coming from a guy whose presumption about the sole reason for someone's anger in a situation was explained as being incorrect, and can't bother to admit maybe more was at play there than just hurricane damage.

Get over yourself.

Hahhahahaha!


Those last two posts just weigh in on how immature you are, your "adulting" is pathetic.
 
2020-09-20 2:42:43 PM  

rjakobi: Turbo Cojones: The irony is that the locals REALLY hate furiners, but eat the heck out of Mexican food (not accusing poster but people in Pensacola are generally xenophobic.  One of the few small towns where ICE is on speed dial at the local jail to pick up drunkies)

No offense taken and town is guilty as charged.  I live more on the Perdido side which got the direct hit, and I keep seeing trucks with Trump flags I ironically parked outside the establishment.

And of course, a few miles west and BAM!  You's in Alabama.


I understand.  But do go to El Asador when you want Mexican.  Take out only and looks sketchy, but believe me when I tell you it's the cleanest place in town as far as food safety goes and the food is surprisingly good.  Of course I am happiest with a grilled chicken breast a nice salsa, and corn tortillas (never microwaved of course)
 
2020-09-20 2:45:27 PM  

NotThatGuyAgain: Amazing you have worked up a complete psyche profile from a single post!  You could probably teach Freud and Jung a thing or too!

You make it clear I can adult far better than you.


Sarcasm's like a razor.  You keep using it and it stops being sharp and cutting and just becomes dull and irritating.

I'm not sure what you're being all sociopathetic about, but I'm not entirely sure what you're expecting of me.
 
2020-09-20 2:45:50 PM  

NotThatGuyAgain: simonchvz: jmr61: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.

Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.

I was wondering the same thing. Who or what are you mad at when you live in an area where hurricanes are a thing and one actually hits you?

The fark is wrong with you two? Undirected anger at shiatty circumstances is normal.  A total lack of empathy for people who have emotional reactions to things is not.

What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Undirected anger is for children and mental cases and is completely useless.  I'm assuming the OP is not a child so that narrows things down.


There is a thin line between anger and frustration.
Miss directed or not. Jesus Christ. Go pay with jellyfish or juggle grenades.
🙄
 
2020-09-20 2:48:39 PM  

waxbeans: NotThatGuyAgain: simonchvz: jmr61: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.

Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.

I was wondering the same thing. Who or what are you mad at when you live in an area where hurricanes are a thing and one actually hits you?

The fark is wrong with you two? Undirected anger at shiatty circumstances is normal.  A total lack of empathy for people who have emotional reactions to things is not.

What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Undirected anger is for children and mental cases and is completely useless.  I'm assuming the OP is not a child so that narrows things down.

There is a thin line between anger and frustration.
Miss directed or not. Jesus Christ. Go pay with jellyfish or juggle grenades.
🙄


Right now I'm generally angry at all times because of unfettered national Republican stupidity, losing my home and having to continue dealing with those same idiots in person certainly wouldn't make it any better.
 
2020-09-20 2:50:50 PM  

mateomaui: waxbeans: NotThatGuyAgain: simonchvz: jmr61: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.

Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.

I was wondering the same thing. Who or what are you mad at when you live in an area where hurricanes are a thing and one actually hits you?

The fark is wrong with you two? Undirected anger at shiatty circumstances is normal.  A total lack of empathy for people who have emotional reactions to things is not.

What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Undirected anger is for children and mental cases and is completely useless.  I'm assuming the OP is not a child so that narrows things down.

There is a thin line between anger and frustration.
Miss directed or not. Jesus Christ. Go pay with jellyfish or juggle grenades.
🙄

Right now I'm generally angry at all times because of unfettered national Republican stupidity, losing my home and having to continue dealing with those same idiots in person certainly wouldn't make it any better.


Fully understand.
The Jellyfish & grenades was directed @ notThatguy
 
2020-09-20 2:51:50 PM  

waxbeans: mateomaui: waxbeans: NotThatGuyAgain: simonchvz: jmr61: NotThatGuyAgain: rjakobi: Wait a damn minute.  I KNOW that bridge.  I travel across it all the time when I get a hankering for Mexican food.  There's this good place called Pedro's just a bit beyond.  They got their sign knocked down during the hurricane, and there's some damage to the roof, so it might mean I'll have to travel back past Blue Angel Highway to some of the joints there.

Did I mention Sally knocked down my apartment and the place I'm staying still doesn't have power yet?  Yeah.  Fun.  Anyway, keep on making fun of the shirtless man.  It takes my mind off my soul-grinding anger.

Soul-grinding anger at what?  At your building in an area well known for hurricanes getting beat up by a hurricane?

That kind of stuff happens in hurricane country.  Accept it or move.

I was wondering the same thing. Who or what are you mad at when you live in an area where hurricanes are a thing and one actually hits you?

The fark is wrong with you two? Undirected anger at shiatty circumstances is normal.  A total lack of empathy for people who have emotional reactions to things is not.

What the hell?  Lack of empathy?  Interesting projection.

Undirected anger is for children and mental cases and is completely useless.  I'm assuming the OP is not a child so that narrows things down.

There is a thin line between anger and frustration.
Miss directed or not. Jesus Christ. Go pay with jellyfish or juggle grenades.
🙄

Right now I'm generally angry at all times because of unfettered national Republican stupidity, losing my home and having to continue dealing with those same idiots in person certainly wouldn't make it any better.

Fully understand.
The Jellyfish & grenades was directed @ notThatguy


Oh I know, just adding to the pile.
 
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