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By God's grace, I am a caring person. It is part of who I choose to be. I care about little things. I admit that I am emotionally sensitive. I get my feelings hurt easily. I have had numerous people throughout my life tell me to “grow thicker skin,” but I like my skin just as it is. No thank you, I am not going to become thick-skinned like the heathen world, uncaring, calloused and cold-hearted toward the things and people around me. When I go shopping, I always return my own cart. If I see someone else's cart left in the parking lot, I grab theirs too, and return them to their proper place. I care about stray dogs, and I feed them with my own food. I care. I am not a perfect person, quite the opposite, but I want to be someday when the Lord rids me of this troublesome flesh.

I was driving the other day, and was disgusted watching the woman driving in front of me, tossing her garbage out the window, a little at a time. People are so wicked! I like the saying, “There cometh one after you!” When you toss litter on the ground, somebody else has to pick that up! When you leave your cart outside the store in the parking lot, someone else has to come get it. When you don't clean up the toilet after use, someone else has to clean it up for you! I am appalled at how many men don't lift the toilet seat and make a mess for others to have to clean up. It is selfish wickedness! At a minimum it shows very poor manners and a lack of refinement. Let not such awful things be said of any Christian!

I brought my malfunctioning computer to a local repair store. They charged me $25 to diagnose my system. No one bothered to call me. So I called 4 or 5 times over the next 2 weeks. No one ever worked on it, so they claim. When I asked the young men working there, and one older toothless manager, they said the technician was just lazy. I have learned not to argue with people. I told them to keep the money, I just wanted my broken system back. As I was ready to leave with my malfunctioning system (there was no video), the toothless manager decided to be a nice guy, and asked the young Smart-Alec to look at it real quick. This is 2 weeks after they did nothing to even look at it. In 10 minutes he diagnosed that the RAM went bad. So I paid $125 for 4 GB of new DDR3 RAM. I was happy, despite their horrible mistreatment. So I asked how much money and the young man was reluctant to take it, so I laid $20 on the counter anyway, insisting that someone take it, because I am an honest man, and I wanted to pay them something. I care!

They treated me badly, but I wanted to do right by them anyway. I would never recommend their computer store, nor would I ever go back, but I did right while I was there. I always want to do the right thing, wherever I am at. When I got home, I realized that one of my secondary hardrives was now the primary, and the SSD (Solid State Drive), which used to be my primary, isn't even operative anymore. They did something to mess up my computer. Did they do it to be malicious? I still believe that someone was holding a grudge against me at the store, and deliberately did me wrong, but since I cannot prove it, I let it go into God's hands for judgment. I do that often, either because I cannot prove something, or else because there is nothing I can do. I marvel at how many trillions of evil things God must one day judge, but then I stop and consider the zillions of stars, and remember that God calls them all by their own name (Psalms 147:4).

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Savior 15 Comments [2/9/2019 8:45:44 AM]
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Chloe

Knowing that it's David ruined this. I was going to say you were such a pushover.

2/9/2019 9:36:43 AM

Thinking Allowed

By God's grace, I am a caring person. It is part of who I choose to be.


That's great Dave. Too bad the rest of your post is the opposite of what you say here.

2/9/2019 9:37:08 AM

Pharaoh Bastethotep

Hooray for the computer store and their efforts to keep David J. Stewart away from the internet, even if they evidently were ultimately unsuccessful!

I am an honest man

That's your best joke since "I don't have a dirty mind, I have a man's mind!"
...wait, what do you mean you aren't joking?

2/9/2019 10:10:14 AM

checkmate

I still believe that someone was holding a grudge against me at the store, and deliberately did me wrong


Actually, having the drives mixed up probably proves that they did in fact work on the machine and just re-connected them wrong. And which drive was your OS on? How did it boot if the drives were switched?

Really, I can't imagine having you as a customer. That must be hell on earth.

2/9/2019 10:15:49 AM

Swede

I didn't LOL, I snorted out loud, reading the first sentence.

Do you care about the girl you molested, Kiddydiddler? Do you care about your wife and daughter who couldn't stand living with you?

You brag about returning your own cart at the grocery store? You took it from the stall, of course you should return it!
Sure, returning others' as well gives you a brownie-point. Good boy!

Damn it, I agree with the Kiddydiddler. Oh well, even a blind hen finds a seed now and then...

My husband focuses on "one piece of garbage per day". When we are out walking, he has a small plastic bag with him, and picks up at least one piece of garbage every day, often several pieces. If they are not dirty, we put them into our recycle sorting, to become new plastic/paper/metal/glass, otherwise it goes into the garbage bag to be picked-up and incinerated to provide household heating. My husband is non-religious, and so am I.

You have learned not to argue with people? Does "people" only include men? You've been arguing with Ms. Swift (perhaps not personally) for ages.

Does God do anything with what you let go into his hands? Or is he as inactive as you are?

2/9/2019 10:31:00 AM

Citizen Justin

So we now know that in addition to having molested a girl and abused his wife, Dave never learned how to set the BIOS on his computer.

'Arson, Murder and Jaywalking' as TV Tropes has it.

2/9/2019 10:34:39 AM

creativerealms

"I am a caring person."

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Wait are you serious? Let me laugh Louder.

BRAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

2/9/2019 2:38:01 PM

kumala

This guy has 151 pages worth of quotes, which works out to about 1,510 quotes in total....I....what?

2/9/2019 3:16:29 PM

Pharaoh Bastethotep

@kumala:
Which means he has produced more quotes individually than the inhabitants of subreddits starting with "incel" (96 pages) or of Free Republic (134 pages) collectively.

In light of this, I proclaim David J. Stewart the
One Fundie To Rule Them All

2/9/2019 4:38:15 PM

K

"They treated me badly, but I wanted to do right by them anyway."

No, Davey, you obey the rules in order to do right by YOU. You want YOUR record spotless in the afterlife, for YOUR reward. You dontgive a shit about others except in reference to your needs. I assume that is why you get the service you do.

2/9/2019 5:32:39 PM

Sasha

Davey, you're going to sprain your shoulder if you keep patting yourself on the back like that.

2/9/2019 6:37:53 PM

Anon-e-moose

I am not going to become thick-skinned like the heathen world, uncaring, calloused and cold-hearted toward the things and people around me


Someone who can leave their house without anyone so much as looking at them funny. Who doesn't have a criminal record for so much as spitting on the pavement. Who can travel to the mainland US and stay there for up to 90 days without a visa because of a lack of a criminal record. Who also has a lack of any aches & pains

And then there's... this:



One of these things is not like the other. Which is it, David J. Pedo...?!

And you should know by now that in such a small & closely-knit community such as the island of Guam, news gets around extremely quickly. Even that island's computer shops.

Speaking as someone who works at one, we're pretty reasonable prices-wise. Of course we sell Samsung RAM & SSDs: but also that by Kingston which is cheaper but just as reliable; it's good practice to have cheaper options for those customers on a budget. I have an mSATA SSD made by the latter in the laptop I'm typing this on, a Dell M4500. 8 Gb DDR3 RAM by Samsung too, upgrading the generic 4 Gb in it when I bought it on eBay. But then, to reinforce what Citizen Justin says, no doubt your woes are due to fiddling around with your BIOS settings.

You know your main woes are due to your fiddling around with someone else: so even if those at that computer shop are responsible, at least they have a more-than justifiable reason to do so.

Who knows what's on your HD/SSD, eh Davey-boy: just as a computer engineer - who repaired a laptop brought to a certain branch of PC World by a certain 70s glam rock star - just happened to check out what was on that one...!

The rest of course, is history. Just as Gary Glitter's life is.

Since then, it's an unwritten law for computer engineers here in Britain to check the drives of computers brought in for repair/upgrades etc; the crime prevention reason gives us the legal right to do so: Citizen's Arrest rights and all that post-Operation Yewtree/2009 Coroners & Justice Act jazz. The number of Humberside Police assigned to the 'SOS' button of my pocket computer, a Blackview BV6000S smartphone.

Fortunately I've never seen anything of... that nature whenever I've performed such tasks on what's brought in for yours truly to fix. Thank fuck.

@Citizen Justin

DJS has no Self Control: in more ways than one.

Don't know what you're doing, don't think of touching that 'F2'/'Del' etc key during bootup, equally don't even think of touching little girls.

Because - as evidenced by the good people of that computer shop on Guam - everyone will know what you've done.

A ruined mobo: and those for laptops are a bitch to find & replace (and by definition are more expensive than for desktops; and as for replacing those in the latest ultra-thin laptops with everything - CPU, RAM, SSD etc - soldered onto such: Yikes!), is one thing.

A ruined life...!

2/9/2019 10:00:16 PM



They probably looked up your website with your own computer and it killed itself.

2/11/2019 5:18:33 AM

KingOfRhye

So I paid $125 for 4 GB of new DDR3 RAM


WTF? That's about $20 on Amazon.

2/11/2019 12:50:52 PM



A caring person unless you're dealing with unbelievers. Then you tell us we're immoral satanists

2/11/2019 1:02:40 PM

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