Tags: asshats, drama, friends, law, letdown, myspace, pirates, theft
A few months ago, I went out with a couple of friends (Gina and Joe) and had a fun time. In trying to make sure Joe was okay to drive (he ran from the car) I inadvertently dropped my phone in her backseat.
Long story short, one of her workmates, Paula, volunteered to bring me the phone, and I agreed. She didn’t bring it to me, however. Instead, she threw it out her window in Halls, TN (where I definitely do not live) and ignored all attempts at contact.
Fortunately, an older gentleman named Wade ended up with the phone (picked up from a ditch and put it in his mailbox by his postwoman, he said). He called me, from my phone, and arranged to get the phone back to me. Thank God for honest people in the world.
Last night, a friend of mine called Paula and let her have it. In turn, Gina calls me to scream at me so much I have to walk outside from where I was to hear her. She calls me a liar, tells me that I had fabricated the entire story and that she’s told my friends, they believe her, and blah blah blah blah whiney, idiotic garbage.
This is overly dramatic for me, and whole lot of them can screw off.
Another asshat has been hanging around telling people he’s a race car driver, with millions of dollars, million dollar contracts, and he’s gonna start paying three of us at the first of January.
He told me that he lived in a 4000 sq ft house and wanted me to secure it and run Ethernet around it. Told me had a four bay garage where he keeps his race cars, and one of the bay doors is torn off because he and a friend came home drunk and couldn’t get it open to park the truck — so they rammed it.
He told me that he has a private jet, and has invited us all out on several occasions, but never follows through.
He’s told us all that he owns Tennessee Racing, Inc.
He’s an IMCA driver and points leader.
He’s on Team ARCA.
He’s a NASCAR driver.
He was in Daytona this weekend with Teresa and Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Needless to say, he hasn’t paid any of us a cent. “My racing license was revoked, and I’m trying to get it back.” Of course, he’s already told me that one, and that he did get it back. “Yeah, but I went this weekend and got it back.” Of course, he’d already told me that they’d reinstated him the week before. But that’s also been mixed with, “I might be going to jail,” “All my assetts are frozen by the court,” and “I have to go to Europe to hide from some very bad people.” Of course, those things have changed, too. “The judge let me off even though she hates me,” “I have more money than the courts know about,” and “I said I was gonna to Europe to hide after I hurt the guy who was molesting my daughter.” But no, he didn’t. He’s talked himself into both a corner and poverty.
About the house: “Oh, well, I haven’t bought it yet. I was looking at four, but they were out of my price range. I only have $750K and need $1.2M.” I can’t help but wonder why he’d crash the garage doors on a house he doesn’t own, then? He lives in a crappy apartment in South Knoxville.
Why doesn’t his pilot file flight plans? “I didn’t know they were supposed to.” Yeah, that pilot stuff might elude him, especially since he claims to have had a pilot’s license.
Tennessee Racing, Inc. doesn’t exist? “Yeah, I registered that in Iowa.” No, not there either..
He’s not on the IMCA list.
Team ARCA’s never heard of him.
NASCAR certainly hasn’t ever heard of him.
Teresa and Dale Jr. have had a parting of ways and certainly haven’t sat down to dinner together, much less together with anyone else. And since Dale Jr. has been busy with the Nextel Cup and giving press releases about the future of DEI & his younger brother, Kerry, it’s pretty much an impossibility that our dear-old-bullshitter had dinner with just him, even.
“Well, maybe I should just not come around if it’s gonna be like that!”
“Good idea. BYE!”
Besides, I doubt Dale Jr. would take time out of his busy schedule to have dinner with a door-to-door vacuum cleaner salesman.
I declare this a Drama Free Zone.
Take it outside — we don’t need that crap in here.