From A Lexington, KY Gas Station Bathroom

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Ahmeexnal's picture

Thanks for helping ruin the world, Ogolfer.

ratso's picture

Wow is that purporting to be outhouse wisdom, outhouse humor or just ordinary, outhouse stupid.

CrockettAlmanac.com's picture

For a good time call Ben

(202) 452-3000

GetZeeGold's picture

 

Actually it's what the sign says.....but hardly any do. Plan accordingly.

 

You read it on ZH or WSJ......it's cold and impersonal drivel.

But you read it in an outhouse......and it just hits home.

 

Kudos to the author.....cause not many are inspired above the typical dick joke in the john. If we can find him......he should be awarded the next Nobel Prize.....just so we finally show what it's worth.

Imminent Crucible's picture

It says "wash hands"? What language is that? I thought it was a Koala Kare diaper changing table.

Exposer of Internet Shills's picture

For some backdoorsex call RATSO 713-666-1313

equity_momo's picture

For currency swapping press 1)
For taxpayer domination press 2)
For keynsian fetish games press 3)
For gay midget rimming call back and ask for Ben

Pringsh Peensh's picture

Ratso's Rules at Sutters state that..."He who hesitates, masterbates"

Long-John-Silver's picture

Your handle is appropriate.

FeralSerf's picture

"Outhouse stupid" may be more profound than MSM intelligence.

GetZeeGold's picture

 

It was posted without commenting. You can't comment without commenting. That breaks the rules.

If you want to be in Fight Club.....you have to fight.

 

Golden monkey's picture

Gimme that club, I will show you something...

Ahmeexnal's picture

Vladimir, welcome back to ZH.

disabledvet's picture

Hey I just found out there's still time to nominate "Tyler Durden" for the Nobel Prize in Economics...BUT WE HAVE TO HURRY! It ends on the 9th of October people! WE NEED TO GET MOVING ON THIS PRONTO!

My plan is to post "Tyler Durden for Nobel Prize in Economics" forms on the bathroom stalls of my various "work stops" to "get the word out." I figured if we all did it maybe we could split the prize money cuz "who can say no to the bathroom stall indicator"?!!

macholatte's picture

Good idea. We're going to have to take up a collection. Can somebody call Soros and ask him what he paid for Barry's Prize?

SergeiTheBig's picture

Just created Tyler ZH Durden for Nobel Prize in Economics page on Facebook, please vote!

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tyler-ZH-Durden-for-Nobel-Prize-in-Economics/

AldousHuxley's picture

politicians buy votes, banksters buy force.

 

that's why nothing trickles down. Fed gives it to primary dealers and dealers funnel it to police union thugs and military expeditions of imperialism. Politicians use the remaining to build fancy schools using contruction company their relative owns. By the time money comes down to the teachers, it is just some promise in terms of pension.

 

Too many middle men in this society. Even banksters have execs stealing all the bonuses and the 20 something minions are the ones who work 100 hour weeks for $40k bonus which gets taxed at 50%, and $20k goes to pay for studio rathole in manhattan.

 

 

JW n FL's picture

 

 

New York City Police Foundation — New York

JPMorgan Chase recently donated an unprecedented $4.6 million to the New York City Police Foundation. The gift was the largest in the history of the foundation and will enable the New York City Police Department to strengthen security in the Big Apple. The money will pay for 1,000 new patrol car laptops, as well as security monitoring software in the NYPD's main data center.

New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly sent CEO and Chairman Jamie Dimon a note expressing "profound gratitude" for the company's donation.

"These officers put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe," Dimon said. "We're incredibly proud to help them build this program and let them know how much we value their hard work."

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two days later after this money changed hands.. New Yorks Finest had enough extra money on hand to arrest 700 people.

that was of course after they directed the 700 people onto a street.. so that they could have something to arrest them for.

theprofromdover's picture

Remember when the Squid lauched a charitable trust to make a pretence of assuaging their guilt about gargantuan bonuses...

Has anyone seen who they were gracious enough to gift money to?

getplaning's picture

Presented without comment, the actual numbers

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_debt_by_U.S._presidential_terms

 

OK, here's a comment anyway. Alan Greenspan claimed that if we did not pass the Bush tax cuts that we would have budget surpluses are far as the eye could see -- or at least until Social Security had to start cashing in some of the special Treasury debt that the large Social Security surplus forced them to buy. Moreover, Greenspan though the surpluses were bad because they would lead to unemployed bond traders at Goldman Sachs. People should be reminded of this every day.

TJ Parker's picture

Ah, so that's where you find all your hoity toity economists. Here I thought you were saying "Tea Party" when you meant pee party in a tearoom.

BORT's picture

Teach the Children, as you change them

bid the soldiers shoot's picture

I remember you from elsewhere. Your wit is infectious.

bugs_'s picture

Ah Lexington.  Keeneland weekends and Colombia's for dinner.

s2man's picture

Hooo yeah.  Lived there for a decade.  Good place to be from.

HITMAN56's picture

Moby Dicks for Lunch in L-ville, horseback riding at dusk

Hopium Dealer's picture

As a Kentucky resident myself, I'm surprised by the lack of N bombs...

hamstercheese's picture

I am drinking a Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale, just discovered it last night - I even liked the hangover this morning!

israhole's picture

hopium dealer sounds like a race-baiter more than a Kentucky boy.

 

 

 

ZeroPower's picture

The debt is 'TOO DAMN HIGH'

ISEEIT's picture

Hard to see but I think I can read 'hope and change was here'?

zorba THE GREEK's picture

Oh no! That's my girlfriend's phone number written on the wall. 

Hulk's picture

The unfortunate part of that is, she wrote it herself...

Sunshine n Lollipops's picture

She said she was tired of all that Greek-style luvin', Zorba (wink, wink). So I gave her the old high hard one right in the kitty.

She said, "you're the best, Sunshine." 

Dugald's picture

You rooted her cat? you are some sick puppy, strange customs you merikans....!

FeralSerf's picture

Your girlfriend and my wife have the same phone number.  There must be a mistake!

Yen Cross's picture

 These trick questions are getting ,<    oLD...

Edward Fiatski's picture

Ah, the pinnacle of record keeping, the modern Dead Sea Scrolls.

geekgrrl's picture

Cute. One minor point: Congress spends the money, not presidents.

Braindonor1's picture

Any other mind numbing insights you care to share with us?

 

BetTheHouse's picture

Minor point, indeed,  This is one of those silly statements which you hear repeated on talk radio all the time in recent years.  It is, of course, nonsense, and was largely forwarded by Republicans hoping to alleviate Reagan and the Bushes from the consequences of their irresponsbile spending.  The truth, which is known by any person with a sixth grade knowledge of Article I, is that with the exception of the extremely few appropriations measures on which a veto was overridden, Presidents signed every single one of those deficit creating spending bills.  And the supermajority of those spending bills have been funded at amounts LESS THAN the amounts requested by Presidents in their budget submissions.  Sorry to ruin the partisan blamefest.  Presidents are just as guilty as Congress.  Republicans.  Democrats.  All suck and are all to blame.