I dislike being Nice all the time

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by JiroZero713, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. JiroZero713

    JiroZero713 Active Member

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    Today I ran into some old buds from Highschool at the mall yesterday...these people don't change. In highschool I was consider the weird kid...you know the guy to make fun of. I smiled through that and used it to my advantage and gained some friends.

    Hell I remember one time these former friends were throwing crap at me at the lunch table...well since I figured they weren't eating I in a mad rage slam their food unto the floor. I gained some friends after that because I finally snapped in a way and we grew to talk with each other...made up such and such. Getting yelled at by a police officer over food isn't my favorite thing to do...was just one of those days.


    Anyway...I meet these same people...and he tells me he's an art major...I say cool man sounds good. Then I tell him I joined the Navy....they laugh at me.

    The ****ing laugh at me. I've never been so god **** hurt in my life. I calmed down eventually but I was about to break some skulls...but I didn't want to risk my Navy advantages with a damn police report.
     
  2. CA357

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    You will learn that there are two kinds of men in our Country; those who served and those that wish they had.

    When they get older, many of them will regret their choices. You have made a mans choice.
     

  3. JiroZero713

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    It's not that.

    It's just the laughter of some people who I thought we my friends laughing at me for this like I didn't amount to sh*t to them. I'm a very passive person...I get angry easily though....but I don't like to raise my fists....this was the one time where you know....I was cool....but that kind of stuff people need their teeth bend in like a Beasly through a steel garage door.
     
  4. JiroZero713

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    Eh forgive the double post.

    I talked with him online....apparantly he had an emergency and really he was shocked I was doing it and was happy for me.

    It was his friend that really pissed me off...I assumed they were both laughing at me since they both left real quick.

    He's apologized so we are cool now....but the other dude...well let's say I'm going to tell him off the next time I see him.
     
  5. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    Let it go. The guy's a knucklehead, who cares?
     
  6. JiroZero713

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    I let it go...but I speak my mind most of the time. One of my faults...I've learned to supress that recently though with just a simple hand gesture or two word f vendetta instead of getting in someones face.
     
  7. dragunovsks

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    That's alright man, later in life when you have a great paying career that stemmed from your Navy career you'll be laughing while he struggles to pay his rent while trying sell crappy paintings and homo sculptures of naked men. My best friend in high school joined the Navy (it was a surprise that he chose the Navy cause he was always talking about the Army Rangers) and while we poked fun for a little while he doing good. We poked fun but it's the kind of fun you poke at a really good buddy. Anyway's he is an aircraft mechanic and he is getting ready to go to the UAE for a few months.

    As far as high school goes, I was kinda like you. I wasn't the most popular but I wasn't an outcast. I hungout with the more redneck crowd, alot of us drove lifted 4x4 trucks covered with mud to school everyday. We were the guys that were always gettin' in trouble for doing burnouts, donuts and truck pulls in the parking lot.

    The other day I ran into another guy I went to school with, a guy that was always too stuck up to talk to me or my friends because he was a jock or whatever. Anyways, now he has 3 kids and is unemployed and has been since high school (he graduated 5 years ago) as is his wife. What a loser, makes me not feel so bad about driving a damn dumptruck. Another guy I went to school with who was also a stuck up ***** is now working on WALL STREET, so he's probably part of the reason our country is in the ****hole that it's in.

    I didn't go to college and I'm doing better than most of my class, in fact one of my redneck buddies works for CAT. He's a field service tech which is a good paying job and has a company Ford F-450 that he takes home everyday.

    My 5 year reunion is coming up soon so I'm kinda anxious to see what everyone's doing.
     
  8. JiroZero713

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    Well he's a great guy we made up online just now so we are cool.

    He was always being made fun of for being Mormon.

    While I don't agree with the religion at least he never got in anyone's face about it. He's a great guy. He was an outcast because of his religion and that just ain't right.

    So we buddied up sometimes...not all the time but enough for me to stick up for him and even grab some punk by the neck who was making fun of him. I remember me pulling a guys collar and telling him in the most bad *** voice, "You even utter one ****ing word other than I'm sorry to this guy I'm going to throw you through a fence so hard that you'd only look good in a plate of spaghetti."

    Good times.
     
  9. JiroZero713

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    I'd have to disagree Bovice I think art is wondeful. I'm actually a writer myself...or I'd like to be....art was a hobby for me but not a profession...but either way.
     
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    It's fine. We made up and he's a cool guy....it's just the other Dbag that got on my nerves. I'm going to do the same crap to him next time we meet.
     
  11. JiroZero713

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    No thanks. I'm just going to ignore him.

    He's a black ninja....well he studies martial arts and is a good fighter. I'd rather not get my *** handed to me by a black ninja.

    He's a cool guy too I like his character sometimes but stuff like today make me want to kick him in the throat.
     
  12. JiroZero713

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    Eh...he's not a N-word...and I really don't like to use that word myself as I'm one of those kinds of people who don't like teh racism.

    There are three kinds of people in this world D*cks Chicks and Pr*cks

    Now D*cks usually are cool...up until they try to show how D*cky they can be...and chicks well you know the drill...but sometimes they can also be D*cks*

    Now Pr*cks...lowest of the low...your still a D*ck...but your not our kind of D*ck so GTFO!
     
  13. JiroZero713

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    He just says stupid crap. Not racist crap, or he just acts like an ***.

    He's just an *** not a n*****

    I'd like to kick him in the throat all the same though.
     
  14. cpttango30

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    He treats you like a second rate person. But you like this guy? He is an *** but you like this guy. He is a so called ninja (SO EFFING WHAT). He isn’t faster than a 230gr HP at 900 fps. the dude is an art major ooooooooooooooo.

    Just from what you said in this thread I think you too have a bit of a gay love thing going on here. I am not being funny and I am not being a *****. Believe me I can be a big azz ***** when you make me.

    If not the gay thing then you have a very low self esteem and need to work on that. This guy treats you like a POS and yet you “MAKE UP" with him all the time. I think you need to go talk to someone. These are people who I would just laugh at and drive on. Why do I say this because I went threw just about the same thing. I could have been in the cool crowd if I wanted to but I liked to march to a different drummer. I did my own thing and didn't have to have the $90 blue jeans and $300 boots. I worked on cars liked shooting guns I liked reading about guns. At the age of 15 I had read 10 different reloading manuals cover to cover I had read 4 different cartridges of the world cover to cover and many other shooting books. So my knowledge of guns was far superior than anyone else yet when one kid started talking about his dads new 300 weatherby mag and I rattled off some facts about it They thought I was stupid. So what I don't care what they thought then or think now. Last time I heard that kid was 75% bald fatter than my pork sausage *** ugly as all get out had a wife that cheated on him and teaches at our old high school. The furthest he has ever been from our home town was 35 miles when he went to college at Chico State University.

    Grow a spine and either kick him in the throat or nads or just tell him to shut the f up and drive on. He keeps doing this crap to you because he knows you will just take it. Why do you want to be a whipping bag for some art major ***** looser. Or keep doing what your doing and denying that you really are attracted to the guy and want to marry him. Either way do something other than pissing and moaning about it.

    Of course I will make fun of you for being a squid just because that is what us Army guy do. Doesn't mean I think less of you for joining the navy we can't fight unless someone hauls our cheet to the battle.
     
  15. bobbyb13

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    + 10 Tango

    My oldest joined the Navy at 17. Been in for 12 years. You should see some of the ****bags that laughed at, and pushed him, when he was in HS. When home for a few days, after he had been in for 4 or 5 years. 3 of them where left bleeding in the small town near our home. Those laughing now will highly respect, envy, or fear you later in life. Go to your career, make the absolute most of it, and forget the turds.
     
  16. c3shooter

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    Some free advice from an old soldier- and someone that holds degrees that were not earned on "warm and fuzzies"-

    First, there will always be jerks. Ignore them. They are not important enough to warrant your attention. Ripping out their heart and eating it in front of their peers brings only momentary satisfactions, and will get you talked about,

    Re: Liberal Arts major- yes, I enjoy a good author, poet, musician, or artist. I do not need a teacher from those fields to tell me what i should enjoy. In the meantime, when they are driving to their next concert, i hope they enjoy driving over the bridge that I built. One of the reasons that I earn a very good living, and can afford hobbies like collecting firearms is so many folks become Art majors, and so few become Engineers.

    The BEST revenge is in working, suceeding, and in living well. And remember- when the art major rings your doorbell, have the correct chage for the pizza- they have trouble counting. (GRIN)

    Oh- and to borrow a line or two from a writer that probably would get a D from today's "intelligentsia" faculty- suggest you read some of Rudyard Kipling- start with "Tommy Atkins". Pay attention the the line about "Making fun o' uniforms that guard you when you sleep".

    And choose your friends well.
     
  17. SGT-MILLER

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    When I joined the Air Force, alot of my old friends did the same thing. They laughed, and said "whatever man, you suck!!"

    Almost 11 years later, I'm an E-6 in a very prestigous combat unit. I've traveled almost all over the world. I've been involved in combat operations. I lived in Europe for 4 years, and the accomplishments and experiences go on and on and on.

    They laugh because they are either jealous or ignorant. Don't pay attention to them. Hold your head up in quiet dignity because they are scum and not worth your time.

    In fact you should chuckle to yourself. While you are working on multi-million dollar systems, they will be in playing with colors and paints and clay just like they did in 2nd grade....lol.
     
  18. Benning Boy

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    I spoke with an Art major, with a degree, just yesterday. He asked me if I wanted to Biggie-Size my meal.

    And if a ninja advertises that he's a ninja, guess what?:p
     
  19. Jo da Plumbr

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    C-3 already said it, the best revenge is a good life. And the best life is a happy life. I have a friend that went on through collage while I did trade school. He married a very well off girl and was given a million dollar house as a wedding present. I was driving an old international scout and struggling to make rent. Fast forward twenty years… I got in the union bought a house, bought an RV, found a great girlfriend, and have a very happy life. He got a divorce, got screwed royal by her and her rich father. His son won’t talk to him, and his daughter seems to be on her way to a career as a crack whore. I spent a lot of wasted time being envious of him, and now he’s envious of me. Go figure.
    JdP


    What I do for a living is not who I am… How I treat others is.
     
  20. dragunovsks

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    Yeah, been through that. One day while on lunch break at a job site my best friend from high school called my cell. He was stationed in San Diego at the time and happened to be on his lunch break at the same time. I said, "Hey man what's going on?" To which he replied "Oh nothing much, we just took the turbine engine out of a Blackhawk helicopter!" WOW!