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Topic: State Farm "Following" (video)
Posted By: PaWolf
Subject: State Farm "Following" (video)
Date Posted: 14 Apr 2017 at 3:53am

 

"Let's grab them heartstrings"

 
One may think State Farm is trying to show they care about community, too.
In THIS case, I think they do - and yes, this commercial did touch me where I don't like people going.
The Missus and myself spent much of our lives 'mentoring' (she did a lot of 'correcting', too). We never preached religion, we would show/work with/teach a lot of those you see in this commercial. A humbling effort, it requires you really mean what you say, what you do, for your 'belonging'.
As the days become fewer, we all look back on our own existence, what it meant to this big old goofy earth, how we contributed positive change within our fellow humans - we look back on our own footprints. I've seen much too much of what you see in this commercial...we never saw this as children , yet these are the same children we grew up with, or maybe their children. Where did it all go so wrong for them, or how did we get so lucky? Is that even a correct question to ask
Do any of you see the need make a difference? Do you 'make a difference'? Do you know what the success of changing a life for the better feels like?  Can you recognize 'success' as a byproduct of your own failure? Do you know when to turn and walk away, letting 'life' take over, once again? Have you experienced a heart-felt 'Thank You', or do you even need or want to?

 

 

 

 



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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 14 Apr 2017 at 8:56pm
Yeah,  I can give. But when it comes to a f*cking insurance company.
 
 
I have no care....f*ck you very much!


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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 15 Apr 2017 at 3:51am
I think State Farm was simply selfless, here and I can appreciate what they're trying to do.
If YOU as an individual believe in something strong enough, why not be part of a solution within your community? Giving? It isn't about the money one can toss out - it's about the amount of themselves people will donate.
Think about 'Paying It Forward'.
(I've given the above movie away so many times I've lost count...but I try and live life that way)


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Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 15 Apr 2017 at 11:07am
I'm glad he took in the dog.
 
The guy should have second thoughts about helping all those people, though.  They look like they wanna kill him.
 
 


Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 15 Apr 2017 at 1:00pm
Mush factor aside, I think this is mainly about PR and helping improve their public image which I'm sure they're hoping will increase their customer base and thus, their profits.



Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 15 Apr 2017 at 2:55pm
I guess they're trying to legitimize the whole "Like a good neighbor..." thing.
 
 


Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 15 Apr 2017 at 3:02pm
Yeah. Or expanding the old concept of a good neighbor on an individual level to a community level.

A good corporate neighbor to your city or town.



Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 15 Apr 2017 at 5:26pm

State Farm does announce themselves at the end - might have been better in clear, see-through letters, rather than the red 'splat' in the face, which I chose to simply look beyond because I do see the ad as conveying a powerful message.

The ad as a 'sales chip'? Won't help here - already a State Farm client.


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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 15 Apr 2017 at 8:21pm
Who is that guy with the long hair and beard?  Jesus?
 
I'm sorry, but I know what the insurance companies want to do. They want me/us to pay for all of the idiots out there.
 
F*CK OFF!!!!
 


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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 1:28am
That isn't even within any boundaries of the message being presented in this commercial.


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Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 1:40am
It's subliminal.


Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 1:52am

I sense denial - folks hell-bent on damning the messenger for a message and a responsibility  that many wish to ignore.



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Posted By: DarkRealmStar
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 2:50am
State Farm Savior of the World? Shocked

I dumped them and their non-customer service tactics when they raised my insurance for no other reason than corporate greed.  Switched to Wawanesa Insurance for both auto and homeowners.  Wawanesa really came through for me brilliantly when I had a car theft claim.  Still best rates for me I can find.  Smile


Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 2:59am
Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

I sense denial - folks hell-bent on damning the messenger for a message and a responsibility  that many wish to ignore.



So ol' PaDubya has gone all PC and mushy gushy (not to mention holier than thou) on us, eh?

Go figure.



Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 3:10am
Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

State Farm Savior of the World? Shocked

I dumped them and their non-customer service tactics when they raised my insurance for no other reason than corporate greed.  Switched to Wawanesa Insurance for both auto and homeowners.  Wawanesa really came through for me brilliantly when I had a car theft claim.  Still best rates for me I can find.  Smile


I was with Allstate for my homeowner's insurance up until right after the insane hurricane season of 2004 in which FOUR major hurricanes raked the Florida peninsula within the space of one month, upon which time they went through their files for the entire state and dropped coverage for everyone with a home built before a certain date, which included me.

Them to us: "Thanks for all the premiums you've paid us faithfully and on time all these years while never filing a claim, but we find it will be more profitable for us to dump you like yesterday's leftovers. Sorry."


Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 4:46am
Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

I sense denial - folks hell-bent on damning the messenger for a message and a responsibility  that many wish to ignore.



So ol' PaDubya has gone all PC and mushy gushy (not to mention holier than thou) on us, eh?

Go figure.

Nehhh....this is no change - been this way all along. We always have 'paid it forward' when we could.
I've lived both sides of this life - I can't stand the feeling of hopelessness or not knowing where to turn. I can stand the feeling of helping someone in that position and maybe giving them that tiny 'kick start' they need. I don't even care if they know if I had anything to do with it, but I sure like seeing change for the better. 
 


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Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 6:42am
That's cool, PaW.

Just trying to give you a hard time.


Posted By: TV_Casualty
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 8:45am
It loses its appeal when you realize this is the original version of the song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yve1Dg3B9FY

LOL


Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 11:08am
Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

 
I'm sorry, but I know what the insurance companies want to do. They want me/us to pay for all of the idiots out there.
 
 
 
You realize that's how insurances work, right?  Your premiums go into a pool of funds from which accidents get paid.  You only "get back" if you get into an accident yourself.  So it's not really what they "want to" do.  It's what they do.
 
 


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2017 at 12:10pm
Yes, it's just frustrating to me that so many people can't seem to drive without having accidents.
 
It raises everyone's rates. Besides, the way companies like Geico spend money on TV time, I'll bet their profit margin is pretty healthy. 


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Posted By: tikibagger
Date Posted: 04 Oct 2017 at 3:32pm

the latest in this 'heart tugging'series..oh, state farm..you are SO caring..
what the HELL is this loopy beeoctch even SAYING..it took me
about 5 listens to even decipher her mush mouthed musings..and
that rambling piano..this is PAP at its bottom scraping WORST


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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 04 Oct 2017 at 6:08pm
Originally posted by tikibagger tikibagger wrote:


the latest in this 'heart tugging'series..oh, state farm..you are SO caring..
what the HELL is this loopy beeoctch even SAYING..it took me
about 5 listens to even decipher her mush mouthed musings..and
that rambling piano..this is PAP at its bottom scraping WORST


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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 04 Oct 2017 at 6:15pm
Like this Subaru commercial, it always took Leah awhile to accept new family and friends.  She was amazing with children, a different dog.




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Posted By: tikibagger
Date Posted: 06 Oct 2017 at 3:30pm
i dislike any adtards that pimp out our feathered and furry friends..that Downy ad where they launder the sea fowl and set them free after oil spills that MAN causes and creates is one of the biggest amazing hypocrisies i have ever witnessed..no one has a reality filter anymore


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Posted By: DarkRealmStar
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2017 at 6:58am
Originally posted by tikibagger tikibagger wrote:

i dislike any adtards that pimp out our feathered and furry friends..that Downy ad where they launder the sea fowl and set them free after oil spills that MAN causes and creates is one of the biggest amazing hypocrisies i have ever witnessed..no one has a reality filter anymore
I think you're referring to the Dawn dish soap ads.  It's advertised that way because if it can clean the grease and oil off birds and marine mammals, it can clean your dishes.  Dawn actually donates for free to the animal rescuers, so they put their money where their mouth is.  They've been helping save wildlife for over 30 years.


Posted By: Anduril
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2017 at 1:49pm
Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

Originally posted by tikibagger tikibagger wrote:

i dislike any adtards that pimp out our feathered and furry friends..that Downy ad where they launder the sea fowl and set them free after oil spills that MAN causes and creates is one of the biggest amazing hypocrisies i have ever witnessed..no one has a reality filter anymore
I think you're referring to the Dawn dish soap ads.  It's advertised that way because if it can clean the grease and oil off birds and marine mammals, it can clean your dishes.  Dawn actually donates for free to the animal rescuers, so they put their money where their mouth is.  They've been helping save wildlife for over 30 years.
 
Except that the term "saving wildlife" is highly flexible.
I once read a study that found most of the birds "saved" died anyway, due to organ failure following the ingestion of too much oil (or whatever).  Also, the environment is still contaminated, so released birds, even if they survive organ failure, end up getting covered in oil again anyway.
 
Google the Rush Limbaugh story about a rescued seal following the Exxon Valdez spill.
Tragic story - but the funniest damn thing you will ever hear.  (Out of Rush anyway.)  Tongue
 
BTW:  Rescued birds by Dawn dishwashing detergent does NOTHING to make me want to buy their product -- even if the birds lived.  I guess I just don't care.  I eat off dishes or paper plates, not waterfoul.


Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2017 at 2:12pm
Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

Originally posted by tikibagger tikibagger wrote:

i dislike any adtards that pimp out our feathered and furry friends..that Downy ad where they launder the sea fowl and set them free after oil spills that MAN causes and creates is one of the biggest amazing hypocrisies i have ever witnessed..no one has a reality filter anymore


I think you're referring to the Dawn dish soap ads.  It's advertised that way because if it can clean the grease and oil off birds and marine mammals, it can clean your dishes.  Dawn actually donates for free to the animal rescuers, so they put their money where their mouth is.  They've been helping save wildlife for over 30 years.


Except that the term "saving wildlife" is highly flexible.
I once read a study that found most of the birds "saved" died anyway, due to organ failure following the ingestion of too much oil (or whatever).  Also, the environment is still contaminated, so released birds, even if they survive organ failure, end up getting covered in oil again anyway.

Google the Rush Limbaugh story about a rescued seal following the Exxon Valdez spill.
Tragic story - but the funniest damn thing you will ever hear.  (Out of Rush anyway.)  Tongue

BTW:  Rescued birds by Dawn dishwashing detergent does NOTHING to make me want to buy their product -- even if the birds lived.  I guess I just don't care.  I eat off dishes or paper plates, not waterfoul.


I think that the point you might be missing is that whether or not every last one of the birds cleaned with Dawn ultimately lived or if they died, Dawn stepped up and, at their own expense, donated and shipped a supply of their product to at least TRY to save them. And I'm sure many of them lived who otherwise would not have.

PR opportunity notwithstanding, there is some merit in that.

If a surgeon donated for free his time and skill to operate on a critically wounded person who later died from his/her injury, would that detract from the merits of the surgeon's efforts?

"OK, fine. You spent fourteen hours on the operating table trying to save the patient, all on your own time with no expectation of reward, but he died anyway. Therefore, your gesture was meaningless".

As for the Limbaugh story, I wouldn't dirty my eyes reading anything that obscene, deplorable reprobate slob had to say. Not surprising though that he'd find humor in some tragic circumstance involving an animal.





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Posted By: Anduril
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2017 at 8:40pm
From:  https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2017/06/28/the-8000-sea-otter-that-vanished-in-one-swallow/" rel="nofollow - https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2017/06/28/the-8000-sea-otter-that-vanished-in-one-swallow/
 
"The media was out there and everybody was just distressed and panicked, the ecological damage, how horrible it was, and they wanted to put this captain of the Exxon Valdez in jail because he was piloting the boat drunk.

Joseph Haverwood, Shaverwood, Joseph something. (interruption) That’s right, Joseph Hazelwood. So what happened was there was an otter. Folks, otters, when they’re in the water are the cutest little things. They’re rodents for the most part. They’re just giant rats, but they’re like squirrels, a tree rat. They look cute as opposed to rats. And the otters are in the water and their two little paws are sticking out and they’re looking up. Everyone loves ’em and they found one just soaked in Exxon Valdez oil.

So they rescued the thing and they took it away to clean it up, and they spent $80,000 cleaning up this one otter. The point of the story was the insurance company had to pay that money, $80,000 to clean up. And the day came where it was a successful project, they’re gonna release the otter back into Prince William Sound. And it was a momentous day for the community. It represented overcoming this ecological disaster. It meant saving an animal from the evil clutches of humanity behaving as it does, destroying the planet every day.

They let kids out of school. They had like high school bands and stuff. It was like a parade and they had the little otter in a cage and they’re rolling it down the street, eventually down to the pier or the dock where they’re gonna release it to great fanfare. And the mayor, everybody is making speeches about what a wonderful thing that had been done here in saving the otter and cleaning it up, it was a symbol of what we could all do when working together, when we can put everything aside and come together and kumbaya and work for one idealistic goal, to save animals from the evils of oil spills.

And they let the kids out of school, first graders, second graders, they’re so happy ’cause the otter is so cute. They even named the otter, I forget what the name was. It came time to release it, they lowered the cage, and after the cage was officially offshore, they opened the door to the cage and the otter swam out and it was sitting there like otters do on its back with its two front paws up looking cute as hell. And before anybody knew what had happened a giant orca came out of nowhere and swallowed the thing, just ate it like sushi, it was otter sushi.

And the music kind of didn’t stop immediately, kind of like when you had a record at 33 or 45 and you turned the power off, it slows down. And the kids were looking, “Mommy, Mommy, what happened? What happened?” And it was nature. It was nature. Many people have tried to deny that the story happened since then, but we know that it did because the insurance company complained about the loss, $80,000 vanished in one swallow."



Posted By: Anduril
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2017 at 8:47pm
Actually, Jimbo....
 
My point was that people tend to focus on the false narrative of saving wildlife with Dawn detergent.
Although I don't have the facts at hand, I'm sure that on balance, Dawn kills much more wildlife than it allegedly "saves".
 
But even that's not my point.
In my experience, people believe what they want and that's usually aligned with what they already believe!  People believe that saving birds from oil spills is a good thing.
Dawn is just taking advantage of that.
 
Ecologically, all detergents are harmful to the environment (to varying degrees).
 
Personally, I use that orange liquid AJAX brand -- works wonders, and is much cheaper than Dawn.
I'm sure it would kill a bird on the spot.  But given the choice between a bird that's going to die anyway, and less time spent in the kitchen doing the dishes, well....  Wink
 


Posted By: Ad nauseous
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2017 at 8:51pm
Oh great, NOW we're quoting Rush Limbaugh I'm DONE with this thread!

Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

People believe saving birds from oil spills is a good thing


Since when is it NOT a 'good thing'?

I get your point but couldn't you have said it yourself instead of quoting Rush Limbaugh!?

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Posted By: Anduril
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2017 at 10:46pm
Originally posted by Ad nauseous Ad nauseous wrote:

Oh great, NOW we're quoting Rush Limbaugh I'm DONE with this thread!

Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

People believe saving birds from oil spills is a good thing


Since when is it NOT a 'good thing'?

I get your point but couldn't you have said it yourself instead of quoting Rush Limbaugh!?
 
I'm not a Rush fan either.
I think he's a bloviated overblown blowhard who would say anything for money.
 
But you gotta admit, that story is funny as hell.  Tongue
 


Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2017 at 11:38pm
Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Actually, Jimbo....
 
My point was that people tend to focus on the false narrative of saving wildlife with Dawn detergent.
Although I don't have the facts at hand, I'm sure that on balance, Dawn kills much more wildlife than it allegedly "saves".
 
But even that's not my point.
In my experience, people believe what they want and that's usually aligned with what they already believe!  People believe that saving birds from oil spills is a good thing.
Dawn is just taking advantage of that.
 
Ecologically, all detergents are harmful to the environment (to varying degrees).
 
Personally, I use that orange liquid AJAX brand -- works wonders, and is much cheaper than Dawn.
I'm sure it would kill a bird on the spot.  But given the choice between a bird that's going to die anyway, and less time spent in the kitchen doing the dishes, well....  Wink
 


There is no such thing as a perfect solution to any problem. Anything is going to have some negative side.

But Dawn detergent is used by biologists because it is hands down, the best and safest way to clean oil off of birds without harming them.

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=127999735" rel="nofollow - Why Dawn Is The Bird Cleaner Of Choice In Oil Spills (link)

Sure, dishwashing suds in sewer run off is not desirable for the ground water supply, but just letting thousands of birds slowly and agonizingly die because Dawn isn't so safe you can water plants with it and feed it to babies, is not something that humans should accept either.

BTW, I didn't find the Rush story funny at all. But now I have to wash my eyes...


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Posted By: DarkRealmStar
Date Posted: 08 Oct 2017 at 12:13am
Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Actually, Jimbo....
 
My point was that people tend to focus on the false narrative of saving wildlife with Dawn detergent.
Although I don't have the facts at hand, I'm sure that on balance, Dawn kills much more wildlife than it allegedly "saves".
 
But even that's not my point.
In my experience, people believe what they want and that's usually aligned with what they already believe!  People believe that saving birds from oil spills is a good thing.
Dawn is just taking advantage of that.
 
Ecologically, all detergents are harmful to the environment (to varying degrees).
 
Personally, I use that orange liquid AJAX brand -- works wonders, and is much cheaper than Dawn.
I'm sure it would kill a bird on the spot.  But given the choice between a bird that's going to die anyway, and less time spent in the kitchen doing the dishes, well....  Wink
 


There is no such thing as a perfect solution to any problem. Anything is going to have some negative side.

But Dawn detergent is used by biologists because it is hands down, the best and safest way to clean oil off of birds without harming them.

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=127999735" rel="nofollow - Why Dawn Is The Bird Cleaner Of Choice In Oil Spills (link)

Sure, dishwashing suds in sewer run off is not desirable for the ground water supply, but just letting thousands of birds slowly and agonizingly die because Dawn isn't so safe you can water plants with it and feed it to babies, is not something that humans should accept either.

BTW, I didn't find the Rush story funny at all. But now I have to wash my eyes...
Thanks, Jimbo.  I was going to post that same article but then I thought, why bother?  Just start another snarky argument, so glad you did it!  Tongue

I think the original idea of this post was about the dog in the State Farm commercial and how it exploits (?) animals.  I personally love animals in commercials, oftentimes they're the best thing about the ad!

In this SF ad, the girl is smart to have her dog along for the date because dogs have a great sense of who is good for you.  I used to walk a Bichon Frise named Max and he would bark at anyone who was inebriated on alcohol, drugs or both; he could spot them a mile away!


Posted By: Anduril
Date Posted: 08 Oct 2017 at 3:51pm
Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

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In this SF ad, the girl is smart to have her dog along for the date because dogs have a great sense of who is good for you.  I used to walk a Bichon Frise named Max and he would bark at anyone who was inebriated on alcohol, drugs or both; he could spot them a mile away!
 
Don't get me wrong, I love animals too.
But my dogs bark at everyone (so maybe I should stop living at the bus station?)  :)
 
I'm actually a little impressed they got the dog in the SF commercial to "act".
About the only thing my dog could spot a mile away is a slice of roast beef!


Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 08 Oct 2017 at 8:00pm
Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

From:  https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2017/06/28/the-8000-sea-otter-that-vanished-in-one-swallow/" rel="nofollow - https://www.pleaseopleaseoplease babyjeezy...
Turn back the clock a week or so and place Rush outside at some country music festival, smack-dab in the middle of his fan base.
Make it at a nice time of day, maybe about dusk.
Make the weather wonderful at a nice location - say, somewhere near a Bay. 
Let him wear a football jersey with the number '59'.
If you really want to 'show the love', send 'The Rump' with him, wearing number '60'.
Let them have a poppin', hoppin', & floppin' good time, doncha know...and let's make America look a little more intelligent and a lot less inbred once again.
 


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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 09 Oct 2017 at 4:51am
Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I'm glad he took in the dog.
 
The guy should have second thoughts about helping all those people, though.  They look like they wanna kill him.
 
 
Wink
Helping others isn't as easy as it sounds, but the intangible rewards are incredibly satisfying.
One must understand the mentalities of the situations and of those you will encounter and wish to help.
One must be quick and correct in determining if help is being provided or if kindness is being taken for weakness.
One must be prepared to recognize and, if unavoidable, deal with dangerous situations without becoming a prime target.
One cannot become intimidated even though it is easy to do so.
One should never provide unsolicited advice.
Yea, if you end up helping out in the wrong place at the wrong time, you might get killed.
Sometimes you may give up and believe you have lost, only to find you won (you can actually notice a positive and permanent difference, even if they cannot) and I'll tell you what - there's just no feeling like it.
Just remember - what you do belongs to you and you only. Changing a life for the better is a private matter and nobody should ever come out feeling obligated, much less even having to say. "Thank You".


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Posted By: Anduril
Date Posted: 09 Oct 2017 at 12:28pm
Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I'm glad he took in the dog.
 
The guy should have second thoughts about helping all those people, though.  They look like they wanna kill him.
 
 
Wink
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One should never provide unsolicited advice.
...
 
You do appreciate the irony in this, right?  Tongue


Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 09 Oct 2017 at 1:38pm
Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

One should never provide unsolicited advice.
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You do appreciate the irony in this, right?  Tongue






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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 09 Oct 2017 at 3:31pm
Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

One should never provide unsolicited advice.
...


You do appreciate the irony in this, right?  Tongue




 
The 'light-side':
LOLWinkYou just passed the mental health check.
 
Reality:
One of the worst things you can do and will turn those you are attempting to help into instant enemies.


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