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  # 1866772 15-Sep-2017 11:43
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MikeB4:

 

Of course every disabled child and adult can change their life, can be what ever they want to be in your little piece of fantasy. I find your attitude very distasteful and insulting to all those who can't for multitudes of reasons fit your view of the world and those people who work tirelessly to try and help them. I don't know if you are genuine or trolling and frankly it does not matter your writings here show you have no real world experience or and affinity to what is around you.

 

 

Nice straw man setup there Mike.

 

Where did I or the article mention anything about disabled children or adults? The woman in the interview does not seem to be disabled either. I certainly would not apply that same argument to disabled people and children.


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  # 1866786 15-Sep-2017 11:50
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Wiggum:

 

MikeB4:

 

Of course every disabled child and adult can change their life, can be what ever they want to be in your little piece of fantasy. I find your attitude very distasteful and insulting to all those who can't for multitudes of reasons fit your view of the world and those people who work tirelessly to try and help them. I don't know if you are genuine or trolling and frankly it does not matter your writings here show you have no real world experience or and affinity to what is around you.

 

 

Nice straw man setup there Mike.

 

Where did I or the article mention anything about disabled children or adults? The woman in the interview does not seem to be disabled either. I certainly would not apply that same argument to disabled people and children.

 

 

 

 

What ever,  don't try to dismiss with dopey labels, your statement had no limits  "If you are not happy with where you are in life then there are plenty of opportunities to do something about that, sometimes it just starts with a change in ones attitude." 

 

as another has said the FUG and manners prevents me from responding how I truly feel. 

 

 





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  # 1866793 15-Sep-2017 11:57
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MikeB4:

 

Wiggum:

 

MikeB4:

 

Of course every disabled child and adult can change their life, can be what ever they want to be in your little piece of fantasy. I find your attitude very distasteful and insulting to all those who can't for multitudes of reasons fit your view of the world and those people who work tirelessly to try and help them. I don't know if you are genuine or trolling and frankly it does not matter your writings here show you have no real world experience or and affinity to what is around you.

 

 

Nice straw man setup there Mike.

 

Where did I or the article mention anything about disabled children or adults? The woman in the interview does not seem to be disabled either. I certainly would not apply that same argument to disabled people and children.

 

 

 

 

What ever,  don't try to dismiss with dopey labels, your statement had no limits  "If you are not happy with where you are in life then there are plenty of opportunities to do something about that, sometimes it just starts with a change in ones attitude." 

 

as another has said the FUG and manners prevents me from responding how I truly feel. 

 

 

 

 

A positive attitude normally gets one further in life that a negative one.

 

Don't tell me my statement had no limits. I made it, not you. My statements were not referring to disabled people or children, you twisted it, and setup the straw man.




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  # 1866814 15-Sep-2017 12:44
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MikeB4:

 

Of course every disabled child and adult can change their life, can be what ever they want to be in your little piece of fantasy. I find your attitude very distasteful and insulting to all those who can't for multitudes of reasons fit your view of the world and those people who work tirelessly to try and help them. I don't know if you are genuine or trolling and frankly it does not matter your writings here show you have no real world experience or and affinity to what is around you.

 

 

I would say the troll factor has definitely taken over. It actually reminds me a lot of Kim shooting off his missiles to see how the world reacts. 

 

 





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