Recent comments by KarmaPolice

vtcodger wrote:

nuisance flooding.

Florida will be an imperial wildlife habitat.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Don't you mean too afraid to start your own blog because you know exactly how important you are?

I have one.

Outsider wrote:

U guise are worse than middle school girls.

Middle school:

Rob Dawg wrote on Tue, 8/19/2014

Fucking off topic, nasty skank. I only get on your diseased case when you get in my face. Got it bitch?

Rob Dawg wrote:

They got nothing to contribute and are jealous of those that do.

Start you own blog and find out your importance.

BWhaaahhahahahahhahaha

Laughing out loud

Rob Dawg wrote:

What is your most recent post on your blog?

Rob Dawg wrote on Thu, 12/18/2014 - 11:33 am

My website is doing fine.
And the comments while sparse are respectful and cogent.

Rob Dawg wrote on Tue, 12/17/2013 - 5:36 pm

I realized the terms of my participating again are not reasonable even to me so I have moved on. 10k hits per month at my own blog is engagement enough without having to endure the abuse.

And yet he has two computers running Calculated Risk.

Laughing out loud

Rob Dawg wrote:

What is your most recent post on your blog?

Exurban Nation

Rob Dawg wrote:

What's your blog's rank again?

Rob Dawg wrote on Thu, 12/18/2014 :

I've always found knowing more organic chemistry and cell biology than the doctor to be an advantage when discussing proposed plans of treatment. I understand that is not the usual patient doctor dynamic.

Rob Dawg wrote:

I am partial to rare ingredients dishes. I think I must suffer from chronic trace element deficiencies. I love purple cabbage for instance. Potassium permanganate is the purple. When I was in college preparing perfect water (extremely difficult) it was used in a step in the process and I just remember wanting to take a sip.

Bwahahahahahhahahahahahahhahahha........

I am glad you're back Robbie. Always good for a hearty chortle.

Laughing out loud

Mary wrote:

Global Rank 21,525,719

Page views =1

Yep..I was right. The three kids pounding on the refresh key.

Probably in an attempt to simply calm him down.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Winning in the new freedom age.

Rob Dawg wrote on Thu, 12/4/2014 - 4:41 pm (in reply to...)

Lots to keep me away.

One can assume that the "lots" turned out to be another spectacular failure.

Laughing out loud

Cheap gas makes suburban houses more valuable - The Washington Post

Uh-huh.

Really looking forward the The Calculated Risk Housing Forecast for 2015.

Black Star Ranch

SPOOL wrote:

It will be interesting to see how rapidly capitalism in general and developers in specific transform/destroy Cuba.

It's going to be awesome.

Party

yuan wrote:

So are we going to launch drone attacks in Thialand now? I'd stay away from shady characters stocking up on cheetohs and pepsi at a thai 7-11.

If they use methane detection...POIC is a dead man.

Rob Dawg wrote:

The likelihood of one individual being right increases in direct proportion to the intensity with which others are trying to prove him wrong.

Rob Dawg wrote :

I was exactly this kind of shit that ran me out of here. Well it worked.

Rob Dawg wrote:

No.

Outsider wrote on Thu, 12/4/2014 - 4:40 pm

You coming back, RD?

Rob Dawg wrote on Thu, 12/4/2014 - 4:41 pm

No.

vtcodger wrote:

At what point prior to having kids do you expect the revelation that you won't be able to handle them to come to you?

Right around this time:

Average cost of raising a child hits $245,000 - Aug. 18, 2014

justaskin wrote:

which might be better for secure online banking

Why do you think hackers are interested in your financials?

justaskin wrote:

wife is lusting for one....how bad is it?

If you buy one....keep the receipt.....

Black Star Ranch

Exurban Nation:

Why millennials love Philly's Center City

Rob Dawg wrote :

Keep these revealed preferences in mind every time someone tries to make the blog stupider by saying the big cities are resurgent.

"CoStar: Commercial Real Estate prices increased in October"

Houston will cause a drip. Amazon will pick up the slack.

"The oil and gas industry is roughly the same share of the state economy today as it was in 1985 in terms of output, though its employment share is somewhat lower, he said."

"The national economy performed quite well in 1986, in spite of the Texas recession,” Mr. Feroli said. “We expect the U.S. economy will perform well next year too, though some regions–most notably Texas–could significantly underperform the national average.”

So much for the "diversified economy":

Texas Could Be Headed for an Oil-Fueled Recession, J.P. Morgan Economist Says - Real Time Economics - WSJ

Cinco-X wrote:

Dig up old comments and then misquote, misattribute, etc...

Rob Dawg wrote:

No. Nothing left to come back for. Lots to keep me away.

Care to translate this misattribution...little man?

Rob Dawg wrote:

Quelle surpris.
Feel free to use excerpts and links to prove your assertion.

That's quelle surprise.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Use the magic button

Rob Dawg wrote:

Not to put too fine a point on the issue

Rob Dawg wrote:

Fuck off I'm not talking to you.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Feel free to use excerpts and links to prove your assertion.

Rob Dawg wrote :

Wow. A link AND a quote when it suits. What an asshole.

Belmont wrote:

2015 will not be as happy for them in the oil snatch

Characteristically, that would be Houston.

Rob Dawg wrote:

My website is doing fine

No it's not. Most of the comments are yours.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Yeah, a real cesspool. And the comments while sparse are respectful and cogent.

Rob Dawg wrote:

You motherfucking piece of subhuman slime. You contemptuous shit eater.

Rob Dawg wrote:

One improvement. Shocks or what should we call them now that they are so much more? Anyway a tire jack and wrench and four bolts is usually enough to replace. Test. Jump on the bumper in the driveway. Count. Three oscillations. Up, down, settle. No more or replace.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Like I said no interest fighting the tide of stupidity that HCN has become.

lawyerliz wrote:

I think you need to police your own karma.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Are you really this petty, vindictive, insecure, self loathing, that this is necessary to prop up your personal worldview? I'm thinking yes.

Rob Dawg wrote:

You are respectfully reminded that disparaging children is probably not fair game here.

Crying

Rob Dawg wrote on Tue, 12/2/2014 - 3:35 am (in reply to...)

I was exactly this kind of shit that ran me out of here. Well it worked. The attacks succeeded and wow, now that it is too late you begin to realize that there's a hole in the discussion. Too bad. Boo hoo.

Rob Dawg wrote:

When the facts change, I change my views.

What changed?

Let me guess, your website is still dead. Zombie

Rob Dawg wrote:

When the facts change, I change my views.

At least this time you finally got the "nohing" joke. Unlike last time when you were so unaware you called it [sic]. Took you long enough.

Liar.

Rob Dawg wrote:

No. Nothing left to come back for. Lots to keep me away.

Rob Dawg wrote:

No "Alexa" or visits per month comments?

So you got your two out-of-work daughters to hit the refresh key for three months?

Star

Rob Dawg wrote:

If it is old enough or certain models you can disconnect the battery for long enough to erase the settings

Rob Dawg wrote :

HCN is a microcosm of access to "facts" substituting for critical thinking skills.

Rob Dawg wrote:

That's partly because the '99 Expedition @ 158k pulls the trailer to the dump instead. And there in lies an interesting answer. The best way to get your cars to last is to have more than one.

Stupidity.

Rob Dawg wrote :

Nohing here of any interest anymore. Enjoy the blog you've made. Like I said no interest fighting the tide of stupidity that HCN has become.

Outsider wrote:

The problem is, after 100,000 miles they don't shut up.

How about 108,000 comments?

Rob Dawg wrote:

Two economists walking down the street observe a $10 bill in the sidewalk.

Yaaaaawwwn

Outsider wrote on Thu, 12/4/2014 - 4:40 pm

You coming back, RD?

Rob Dawg wrote on Thu, 12/4/2014 - 4:41 pm

No.

Ba-da-boom-TISH

Gee, those homes look like they will last about 6 months:

Home builders bet on active housing

"Inbound traffic has been increasing, and outbound traffic has been mostly moving sideways."

Consumers are happy.

Smile

Gosh....Imagine if the 4 trillion dollars blown on Iraq could have been spent elsewhere:

New $113M Peninsula Groundwater Project To Help Millions Of Bay Area Residents During Drought, Major Earthquake « CBS San Francisco

War bonds or Muni bonds? Decisions, decisions......