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#Actualslicer4ever

Posted 27 November 2012 - 04:55 PM

The problem I have with lazy folks, who love to leach off the system. Many times I am sitting in line at a grocery store, buying the cheapest items I can find, while I see folks all over buying the best name brand items, and paying for it with a food stamp card.
Last week I watched a lady buy over $400 USD worth of groceries, all on her food card, and when I went out to the parking lot, she was loading the food into her almost new Mercedes e250, worth about $65,000 USD ... for comparison I drive a 2003 Kia Spectra, worth about $550 USD .


you know nothing of that person, nor do you know that she isn't simply borrowing the vehicle to go purchase grocery's, such assumptions are utterly ridiculous for you to make.

their have been several examples of random people used in this thread to demonstrate the points being made, but at the end of the day, none of you know the people your using to make your points, nor have an idea what they real situation's are, i'd rather hear from personal experience with people you actually know, rather than random isolated incidents that involve complete strangers.

#1slicer4ever

Posted 27 November 2012 - 04:53 PM

The problem I have with lazy folks, who love to leach off the system. Many times I am sitting in line at a grocery store, buying the cheapest items I can find, while I see folks all over buying the best name brand items, and paying for it with a food stamp card.
Last week I watched a lady buy over $400 USD worth of groceries, all on her food card, and when I went out to the parking lot, she was loading the food into her almost new Mercedes e250, worth about $65,000 USD ... for comparison I drive a 2003 Kia Spectra, worth about $550 USD .


you know nothing of that person, nor do you know that she isn't simply borrowing the vehicle to go purchase grocery's, such assumptions are utterly ridiculous for you to make.

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