Thursday, August 2, 2012

Entitlements - Rant

  The quote below was posted in my feed on facebook. (exactly as it appeared)

"My mothet had surgery today at the heart center. I was down to the cafe and buying my mom dome bannas i was moving so slow this black doc. Paid for it for me. So shame my mom get on me about being slow about pulling my money out. I said thanks and ran. Im also shy. He said he knew my money need to go some where else. Yea lol the lite bill."




5 comments:

Ms. A said...

I have one of these people, renting my Carolina property. Hasn't worked in several years, had two kids when he moved in, had a third one since, with special needs AND SHE'S PREGNANT WITH THE FOURTH! Hadn't paid any rent since moving in, over 2 1/2 years ago. My sister just made a trip up there, with the intention of checking on the property and taking the steps necessary to get them out. Sympathy only goes so far, it doesn't pay the taxes and insurance. When she got there, you wouldn't believe how entitled he thought he was!!! Couldn't understand why we wanted him out. He had multiple flat screen TVs, a pool and trampoline for the kids, a motorcycle...

But, after receiving his 10 day notice, he managed to borrow the measly 400 bucks for rent, from his step dad. It's time again, for rent. Guess we'll see if I have to start the process over.

imac said...

I saw a beggar the other day, suddenly he got up walked to the carpark and get into a big car and drive off.

Pen Pen said...

grrrr....it's become a way of life!!

Granny Annie said...

A small van would drop off beggars at various highway exit ramps. These people carried cardboard signs pleading for money. These carefully placed individuals could be seen taking a break in the shade talking on cell phones. Lunch time the small van would drive by and give them their McDonalds sack lunches. Evening time the small van would gather the workers, take up the funds collected and drive to the bank to deposit the day's earnings in their business account. Very lucrative endeavor.

Pat said...

Don't get me started!
It's a national past time to feel entitled now, and it irks me no end. It also worries me how this nation can survive with that attitude.