People at McDonalds

Rackseeker

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Don't ask me why but as I was going through town today headed to Home Depot, I had a craving for a order of fries from McDonalds. I hardly ever eat there, but anyway. I was standing in line waiting on my order. When this women and man walks in and places a rather large order. Well they start arguing about who was going to pay. The lady didn't have enough money in her purse to pay for it and the man keeps saying he isn't paying for anything.
I started to say something but decided to just watch the show. Then this lady standing beside me walks up and pays for their order. I guess she felt sorry for them. Don't get me wrong if the people needed help paying for their food, I would have helped. But you could tell she wasn't anything but a crackhead and he was to sorry to get in his wallet.
It just makes me sick to see how people carry themselves and act these days. And how the kids of today act in public is another story. While standing there these two young females, I wouldn't consider them ladys, walked in holding hands. One of them had a couple hickeys on her neck. Do people act like this everywhere or it just around here? I guess when kids don't have a raising at home and the government says its ok to act like they do. I guess thats what we can expect.
 

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Nope its every where, and I hate to say it but it will only get worse with the things that are being taught ( or not taught ). I hate it for my kids and grandkids.
 

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Unfortunately, the woman hat paid for that order got played! They had a plan when they walked in, and probably had a good chuckle about it when they walked out. I don't want to see anyone go hungry, but then again, the simple solution to their problem was to order less!

As for the other part......it is happening everywhere!
 

Rackseeker

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Yeah the lady said she had four kids on the playground. I guess thats the reason their order was so large. I tell ya, its hard for me to even go to town these days.
 

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Rackseeker said:
rem270 said:
To much rap music

Maybe but I doubt that was the problem with these people.

Just messing, that was a skit on SNL one time and i use that phrase alot.

Theres people of different breeds everywhere. No way id let someone pay for my food. Im not big on someone doing something for me. I like doing for others but dont expect anything in return and feel bad when someone does.
 

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I dunno if it still is but a couple years ago Anderson and Campbell Co Were to top two Meth Counties in the state and the top 5 in the Country
 

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2011

The DEA has released it�s list of the top Meth Producing States in the U.S. for 2011, and congratulations once again to Missouri, the number one meth producing state in the country State officials are trying to spin it to indicate how much more proactive they are at shutting down meth labs, than other states.

Missouri shut down, on average, 5.74 Meth labs per day. They shut down 2,096 meth labs in 2011. In Jefferson County, not far from St. Louis, there were more arrests for meth in 2011 than in Florida, California, and Texas combined.

Behind Missouri, the top meth producing states were Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
 

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