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What a dipchit move.

   

It's December, you idiot.

 

 

What charges you running from this time, soup?

Southern California is on fire, and Soup is leaving, Coincidence?

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Southern California is on fire, and Soup is leaving, Coincidence?

I don't care if the whole state is on fire. You leave for long enough for it to get put out, and then go back. You don't head clear across the country to Missouri, of all places.

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I'm not homeless, you idiot.

you said youve been living in hostels since summer.  that means you have no permanent residence.  that means youre homeless.

 

i hope your situation improves.

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Soup was hitchhiking and he ran out of gas money at a truck stop in Kansas..

 

You don't even want to know what hes going to do for a ride. :/

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Soup was hitchhiking and he ran out of gas money at a truck stop in Kansas..

 

You don't even want to know what hes going to do for a ride. :/

 

 

reported for trolling!

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I made it home last night into the loving arms of my beautiful girlfriend. I had my own little piece of heaven waiting for me this whole time.

 

Here is a little something-something I kept off the forum, didn't mention to anyone really, because I didn't want to jinx the trip:

 

 

-I don't have a drivers license.

 

-My truck has not been registered with any state. The tags are current and I have a clean title with my name signed on it, but that's it. Oddly enough, I do carry insurance.

 

-I am a felon and I had a loaded, unregistered 9 mm in the truck.

 

Also, marijuana. I started smoking marijuana in California and I guess I'll quit whenever I run out. But I had plenty of it with me riding through states where it is not legal and I was smoking lots of it while driving.

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She forgave you for banging that broad at the hostel, huh? Good for you, man.

 

I'm confused though. How do you get "current tags" on an unregistered vehicle? Doesn't one come with the other?

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She forgave you for banging that broad at the hostel, huh? Good for you, man.

 

I'm confused though. How do you get "current tags" on an unregistered vehicle? Doesn't one come with the other?

Goddamn, you're an idiot. In some states, like California, the plate stays with the vehicle. You sell a vehicle, the plates go to the new owner-you buy a vehicle, it comes with the old plates. You're not exactly the most worldly person, are you?

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You just made that up off the top of your ****ing head. LOLOL

 

Unfortunately for you, I've worked at a car dealership before. License plates are NOT issued to a VIN number, they're issued to a PERSON. You cannot sell a license plate, stupid.

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Btw, this is a forum full of functional, responsible, non-homeless adults (aside from yourself). This isn't the place to try to pretend to be an adult. You either are, or you aren't.

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You just made that up off the top of your **** head. LOLOL

 

Unfortunately for you, I've worked at a car dealership before. License plates are NOT issued to a VIN number, they're issued to a PERSON. You cannot sell a license plate, stupid.

No, you idiot. In California, the plate stays with the vehicle.

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No, you idiot. In California, the plate stays with the vehicle.

Wait.. didn't you drive the truck from Missouri to California though?

 

And no, it doesn't. But answer my question.

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I made it home last night into the loving arms of my beautiful girlfriend. I had my own little piece of heaven waiting for me this whole time.

 

Here is a little something-something I kept off the forum, didn't mention to anyone really, because I didn't want to jinx the trip:

 

 

-I don't have a drivers license.

 

-My truck has not been registered with any state. The tags are current and I have a clean title with my name signed on it, but that's it. Oddly enough, I do carry insurance.

 

-I am a felon and I had a loaded, unregistered 9 mm in the truck.

 

Also, marijuana. I started smoking marijuana in California and I guess I'll quit whenever I run out. But I had plenty of it with me riding through states where it is not legal and I was smoking lots of it while driving.

 

 

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stop right there criminal scum!

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I've decided to put this here because ..well, Soup, I believe you have a much better understanding of what I'm about to say because like you - I work for tips too.

 

Anyway, I'm a casino dealer and I applied for a supervisory position.  I was tapped out in the middle of my shift to do the interview.  I was asked a few questions and I nailed it easily.  The next question was, "If I was to ask all the supervisors and pit managers about you, what do you think they would say about you?"  My, response was, "I'm an excellent employee and I think most of them would agree."

 

Here's where it gets interesting...  He cuts me off and says, "When Don asked you to open up a baccarat game, you blurted out THERE GOES OUR TOKES?" ...and he goes on to tell me how angry he was when he heard about that....(and this happened 2 months ago). 

 

[Anytime a game opens up, it hurts our tips because now we an extra dealer sitting on a dead game making no tips which in turn brings the average tips down]

 

Anyway, I only said it to myself as I'm walking to the game to open  it up.  Some no good supervisor heard me and ratted me out.

 

So here I am, in the middle of my interview, being blindsided by this and it's hard to rebound.   How can I be cheerful and brag about myself after being bashed for a statement I made 2 months earlier? 

 

The point is - I feel I've been cheated during this interview.  The discussion about TOKES should have been during a different time.

 

No use crying about it.  I just wanted to vent.

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Sorry, dude.

 

So tips are pooled and then averaged out to each dealer?

 

I've never liked this scheme. I don't like the idea of me paying a tip to someone I never talked to. And this goes for any business that does this.

 

My personal philosophy is...you give me great service, I shall give you a great tip. If you give me ****ty service, you shall get a ****ty tip. Even if something happens that is out of your control, talk to me and explain it. I can work with this and understand.

 

I don't like the idea of me subsidizing other cheap people.

 

Those who earn great tips should be rewarded with great tips.

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I've decided to put this here because ..well, Soup, I believe you have a much better understanding of what I'm about to say because like you - I work for tips too.

 

Anyway, I'm a casino dealer and I applied for a supervisory position.  I was tapped out in the middle of my shift to do the interview.  I was asked a few questions and I nailed it easily.  The next question was, "If I was to ask all the supervisors and pit managers about you, what do you think they would say about you?"  My, response was, "I'm an excellent employee and I think most of them would agree."

 

Here's where it gets interesting...  He cuts me off and says, "When Don asked you to open up a baccarat game, you blurted out THERE GOES OUR TOKES?" ...and he goes on to tell me how angry he was when he heard about that....(and this happened 2 months ago). 

 

[Anytime a game opens up, it hurts our tips because now we an extra dealer sitting on a dead game making no tips which in turn brings the average tips down]

 

Anyway, I only said it to myself as I'm walking to the game to open  it up.  Some no good supervisor heard me and ratted me out.

 

So here I am, in the middle of my interview, being blindsided by this and it's hard to rebound.   How can I be cheerful and brag about myself after being bashed for a statement I made 2 months earlier? 

 

The point is - I feel I've been cheated during this interview.  The discussion about TOKES should have been during a different time.

 

No use crying about it.  I just wanted to vent.

 

Sorry, dude.

 

So tips are pooled and then averaged out to each dealer?

 

I've never liked this scheme. I don't like the idea of me paying a tip to someone I never talked to. And this goes for any business that does this.

 

My personal philosophy is...you give me great service, I shall give you a great tip. If you give me **** service, you shall get a **** tip. Even if something happens that is out of your control, talk to me and explain it. I can work with this and understand.

 

I don't like the idea of me subsidizing other cheap people.

 

Those who earn great tips should be rewarded with great tips.

 

The tip pool system is a thing bartenders cannot get away from when there's more than one bartender behind the bar.  Straight up, if I made anything close to the amount of tips I brought in, I would have had a very hard time leaving Santa Monica.  I brought in, on average, 300-400 dollars a night.  But I only made about 150, maybe less than that.  After taxes and child support, my checks every two weeks would be nothing.  My tips were chopped up in the office, I had no choice in the matter.  The tip pool system, while great in theory, benefits the slow, weak and lazy.  Then my entire paycheck is eaten away by taxes that go toward the slow, weak and lazy.  

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It's the same thing with every barkeep I've talked to. I've even offered sometimes to give an under the table tip...but these people feel guilty enough about it that they politely refuse.

 

If specific people were to get their deserved tip, then it would contrast with those who provided ****ty service and it would make the POS's sad. And we can't have that, now, can we?

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I'm headed back to St. Louis probably. I might stop somewhere along the way. Or maybe I will veer to the left or the right, which ever way I believe might suit me.

Alright, so I think I'm going to head on out tomorrowish.  Ain't no goddamn reason to stick around St. Louis.  I am trying to decide between Madison, Wisconsin or Portland, Maine or maybe even New York City.  It could just as easily be somewhere else.

 

My guess is that Madison or Portland are pretty darn nice places to live, but New York City would have more opportunities for a man of my limited skill set.  Demographically, they are all fine, even the supposed "melting pot" of New York.

 

I say that because I looked at a map where it showed who lived where, based on race, and it appears to be the most segregated city I would have ever found myself a part of.  There is clearly a "white" area, a "black" area, an "asian" area and a "hispanic" area.  This firmly validates two theories of mine: 

 

1. Everyone thinks pretty much as I do, even in the supposedly most diverse city in the world.

2. Everyone who says otherwise is full of crap.

 

So that is the plan, I guess.  I'm hopping in my car for the same couple reasons that I did 6 months ago.  There are very few opportunities here in St. Louis and another reason. 

 

So, if you know a thing or two about these cities or have perhaps a better city in mind, shout it out.  Or say some horrible things to someone over the internet that you don't actually know.  I don't care.  I can just scroll through all that and possibly find something of value.

 

Any ideas?

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I don't care if the whole state is on fire. You leave for long enough for it to get put out, and then go back. You don't head clear across the country to Missouri, of all places.

 

 

i think you nailed it

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Good luck getting a job at a bar in a college town in the middle of the school year. You finna be begging for change in Madison. lol

 

well, he can always park his candy van by the school and try to pick up chicks

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well, he can always park his candy van by the school and try to pick up chicks

The hottest girls at any school in the midwest are at UW. Those chicks will not even look him in the eye. LOL

 

Half of them will have the job he's applying for, too.

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Didn't Soup drive cross country to get back with that stalker broad who found out he was banging some skank at the hostel, and then told him to **** off?

 

Is she dead??

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The hottest girls at any school in the midwest are at UW. Those chicks will not even look him in the eye. LOL

 

Half of them will have the job he's applying for, too.

Having been to both places for college football games. Im gonna have to disagree. I thought Nebraska had the hotter chicks. Edited by SmoothCriminal

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The hottest girls at any school in the midwest are at UW. Those chicks will not even look him in the eye. LOL

 

 

 

 

but all the girls who have been thrown in the back of his party wagon have never seen his face outside of the ski mask anyways.  most of them never even seen him coming.

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Both schools have a mountain of corn fed knockouts though.

And the money pours into the downtown area after games, but if I'm hiring a bartender, it's going to be a hot blonde 21 year old with a nice rack. Not some middle aged goof like Soup.
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have fun driving your unregistered truck around new york city, with the unregistered gun in the glove box.  you can post to us about rykers island when you get back.

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And the money pours into the downtown area after games, but if I'm hiring a bartender, it's going to be a hot blonde 21 year old with a nice rack. Not some middle aged goof like Soup.

Exactly, hes ****ed no matter where he tries if its a college town.

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Didn't Soup drive cross country to get back with that stalker broad who found out he was banging some skank at the hostel, and then told him to **** off?

 

Is she dead??

 

 

so that explains why he went back to st louis!

 

 

yo soup, do u need some help getting rid of the body?

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The hottest girls at any school in the midwest are at UW. Those chicks will not even look him in the eye. LOL

 

Half of them will have the job he's applying for, too.

This is not a very intelligent argument to make because even as you say it, everyone on this forum, including you, knows for a fact that I will definitely prove you wrong.  I will get a job tending bar rather quickly.  And when I feel ready to find another woman, I will find one who is young and pretty.  Everyone knows this.  You have made a very obvious and ridiculous statement and your credibility with everyone takes another hit.

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You do realize somebody else agreed with me as you were typing your silly wall of text, right?

 

Btw, you simply being alive is not achieving anything. You're a bum driving around an illegal truck with an illegal firearm, and you haven't had a permanent job for the entire time I've posted here. Is success for you merely getting a job that you are then fired from a week later?? lol

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they say if you can make it in new york city you can make it anywhere.

 

but i dont think soup is really quite NYC material.   i mean u may as well bring the motorhome with u. youll be paying at least 3 grand a month just for rent on some small rundown 1 bedroom apartment.

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