This is the argument of a pathetic and very stupid little man who feels disregarded by a world where he has to work nights into his 40s to support his family, and seeks recompense by acting out alpha fantasies on an internet forum.
I don't feel disregarded by the world at all, lol. It can ****ing burn, for all I care. I mostly care about what pertains to my environment. Mostly, anyway.
You can try not acting like a comprehension troll or gossip. I didn't cause you to make that post.
I honestly cannot understand many of your posts. I don't see what that has to do with trolling or gossiping.
My post was one part insult, sure, but also one part complement. There are many posters who write incomprehensible posts, but it is relatively clear their opinions are worthless anyway. In your case, it seems like you have some worthwhile opinions but I cannot fully understand them because I can only understand ~20% of your words.
I apologize for not citing as you would see fit. I'm really not big on walls of text and figured I would let those who wish to understand read the articles and draw their own conclusions. No need for me to cherry pick my own quotes - the articles speak for themselves.
However, just this one, time, I'll pick out the select quotes - just for you.
In response to trump taking advantage of opportunity to address the Boy Scout's national jamboree by turning into a campaign/rally speech.
I want to extend my sincere apologies to those in our Scouting family who were offended by the political rhetoric that was inserted into the jamboree. That was never our intent. The invitation for the sitting U.S. President to visit the National Jamboree is a long-standing tradition that has been extended to the leader of our nation that has had a Jamboree during his term since 1937. It is in no way an endorsement of any person, party or policies. For years, people have called upon us to take a position on political issues, and we have steadfastly remained non-partisan and refused to comment on political matters. We sincerely regret that politics were inserted into the Scouting program.
--Michael Surbaugh, Chief Scout Executive for the Boy Scouts of America