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Are ATS members nutcases?

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posted on Apr, 8 2009 @ 12:54 AM
I can't really say as to whether or not I am a nutcase. In some cases, you can tell which person is completely nuts and which person is totally sane.
It just depends on how you interpret what a person is saying and as to how they are wording their ideas. Here's the scary thought though, its mostly the quiet people that you need to worry about. Not that anyone one here would turn out to be a serial killer or something like it. Then again, there are some railfans around here that call me nuts for thinking about possible upgrades. Which can happen even though they don't want to admit it.

However, when I see a bad call made during a ball game or something. That's when I got absolutely bonkers.
If I were a manager of a baseball team, I think that I would make "Sweet" Lou Pinella look like a saint.

posted on Apr, 8 2009 @ 10:35 PM
I've been thinking about this thread and being a nutcase is:

Believing the Government cares.

Going to a job you hate everyday so you can buy a status symbol car and house.

Believing the Press and the Media are trustworthy.

Believing any promises made by Politicians while running for office.

Believing in our entire infinite Universe we are the only intelligent life ever to evolve.

Believing science has everything right.

Believing the Trolls who come here actually believe the things they post.

Buying a 60 inch TV for a Studio Apartment with only three feet from the couch to the TV.

Drinking a fifth of good whiskey every night and thinking you won't have a hangover in the morning.

Watching Gilligans Island reruns continuously for years.

Driving a car at high speed off a hundred foot cliff just to see what will happen.

Petting a Brown Bear and thinking it is your friend.

Chewing on plastic toys made in China.

Building a house below sea level next to the ocean.

Hurrying home every night to watch the rerun of General Hospital you record every day.

Pitching a tent under a cliff next to a "Danger Falling Rocks" sign.

Hitting a rifle cartridge with a hammer to see what will happen.

Building a house in a peat bog.

Voting for Howard Dean and meaning it.

Spending millions to study sheep's homosexual tendencies.

Hitting the tip of a bomb with a 20 lb. sledge hammer.

Drinking Drano to get rid of the tickle in your throat.

Jumping off the roof of your house into a box of broken glass.

Letting your pet Rattlesnake have the run of your house.

Hitting Alligators on the nose with a bat and then standing there to see what they will do.

Jumping inside the Tiger Cage at the Zoo to pet the cute Kitty.

Running as fast as you can, head on into a concrete wall.

Cutting your finger to make it bleed and then holding it in the water to catch a shark.

Sitting inside a car being crushed at the salvage yard to get an inside view.

Buying super glue to hold your pants up instead of a belt.

Pouring roofing tar down your kitchen sink to dispose of it.

Eating a dead bird you found in your yard three days ago.

Punching a Cop in the nose to see what he will do.

Sticking your finger into melted steel to see if it is hot.

Spending your rent money on a truck load of band aids just in case you need one.

Wishing it would rain today in Fargo, North Dakota.

Moving to Nome Alaska to get a suntan and hang out on the beach all winter.

Sleeping on the train tracks.

Playing chicken with cars on the Freeway while on foot.

Pulling hairs out of a Wolverines tail one at a time while it is still alive.

Betting a person in a Ferrari sitting next to you at a light you can beat them with your 30 year old Honda Civic.

Putting axle grease on the soles of your shoes to prepare to climb a cliff without a rope.

Shaking a Wasp in your closed had to see if you can hear it buzz.

Parking your car in front of the Fire Hydrant in front of the Police Station.

Chasing a Polar Bear on foot to see if you can catch it.

Lighting a match because you think you smell gas.

Moving to the Sudan to be free.

Telling a Brit that tea is for Sissies.

Tying a 500 lb. lead weight to your feet to see how long you can hold your breath under water.

Touching a 50,000 volt electric fence in a rain storm to see if it is on.

Inviting a Sumo Wrestler to sit on your lap.

Cliff diving into a cup of water.

Paying your taxes with Monopoly Money in person at the IRS Office.

Drinking Chlorine Bleach to get rid of coffee stains on your teeth.

Pulling a Skunks tail to see what it will do.

Challenging Mike Tyson to a fistfight in a Bar.

posted on Apr, 8 2009 @ 10:43 PM
If I may, I'd like to add one more

Staying married to a toxic ****h for the sake of the kids!

posted on Apr, 9 2009 @ 07:25 AM
Nutcases here ?


posted on Apr, 9 2009 @ 07:40 AM
reply to post by _Float_
I must be completely crazy for actually replying to this.Blup you're spot on with the spelling thing as well.A few people on here are admittedly a bit OTT but in the main many of the posts on here are very thought provoking and many experts in different fields frequent these pages. You have a lot to learn.Remember there are things out there that we cannot even begin to comprehend.:bnghd:

posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 07:10 PM
reply to post by uk today

Thats not my fault.
I haven't seen Aliens or God. Only the interpretation of both by man.

[edit on 10-4-2009 by _Float_]

posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 02:08 AM

Originally posted by _Float_
.conspiricies u guys make me laught! not one have u is to taken sirius, u stay on your desk and don't do s***. like i even care if think im mispelling from a breakfeast cerial.
just face it u guys wont do a thing if it the world depend on it.

[edit because the mod changed it to bts]

the nutcases dont read bts

[edit on 6-4-2009 by _Float_]

I am drunk, and yet your OP makes absolutely no sense to me.
Please use better grammer, so that one may understand what the hell it is you are saying.

I actually feel like you owe me the last few seconds of my life back.

- nutcase

posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 08:30 AM
Its only fitting you hear from the head nut case here.

For your information we are the ones who are sane. The rest of the world is nuts and asleep. WE ARE THE ONES WHO GOT IT. You too can have it if you were smart.


[edit on 11-4-2009 by dgtempe]

posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 09:22 AM
reply to post by dgtempe

I'm with you sweetheart, your utube link told me it was malformed. Is that part of being a nutcase. I'm sure it is in my case, and I'm proud of it.

posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 11:39 AM

Originally posted by whaaa
If I may, I'd like to add one more

Staying married to a toxic ****h for the sake of the kids!

Agreed buddy. Just the opposite sex.:shk:

posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 01:32 PM

Originally posted by AccessDenied

Originally posted by whaaa
If I may, I'd like to add one more

Staying married to a toxic ****h for the sake of the kids!

Agreed buddy. Just the opposite sex.:shk:

I meant to add that also AD, but I forgot. Perhaps part of being a nutcase is senility and dementia. This is a personal observation and not meant to reflect on anyother nutcases living or dead.

posted on Apr, 13 2009 @ 01:47 PM

its nuts that i found a daffy video and i didnt even have the sense to upload it the right way. DUH!!!!!!!!!

Thats part of my charm.

btw, thank you for my bday present from you.

posted on Apr, 13 2009 @ 06:30 PM
Are ATS members nutcases?

Absolutely. Why? Let's all try weening ourselves from ATS altogether! Not a pretty site, I'm sure. Some spend more time behind the computers than taking the time to talk with family members, friends, etc.

posted on Apr, 13 2009 @ 08:58 PM

Originally posted by gimme_some_truth
I have only seen one person here who was cleary, not mentally stable. I have not seen them around in a few months though, so mabye they got the help they needed.

I'm baaaaaaaaaack!!!!


Hospital lunches no good.

posted on Apr, 13 2009 @ 09:06 PM
I used to have this T-shirt that I loved, and wish I still had, but I wore it so much it turned into a pile of threads.

It had a picture of the Cheshire Cat on it, he looked like a big piece of peppermint, all red and white. The words, again in peppermint said,

"We're all mad here. I'm mad, you're mad."

I thought it explained things quite well.

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