On Sun, 12 Jun 2016 03:47:28 -0500, "EdwardDolan"
"John B." wrote in message
Edward Dolan wrote:
Trails are for walking.
And yet another gem of wisdom from the master's voice...... well
except for the Taimiami Trail is 275 miles of paved road, or The
Skechewaug Trail, up there in VT. or maybe The National Old Trails
Road, also known as the Ocean-to-Ocean Highway, which was established
in 1912,It was 3,096 miles long and stretched from Baltimore, Maryland
(some old maps indicate New York City was the actual eastern
terminus), to California. Much of the route follows the old National
Road and the Santa Fe Trail.
The above response should tell anyone still left on this newsgroup what an
idiot John B.(Bull****ter) is, or do you think those are the kind of trails
that are being discussed here? He not only wants to deconstruct words, but
he also thinks he is being witty, not realizing that he is just being dumb
and stupid. It is why I will continue to treat him with nothing but
Ah yes.... another gem of wisdom from the lips of the great Dolan, who
has been treating us to his theme song "Trails are for walking; Whatís
the matter? Canít walk?" for some years now. Has his little ditty ever
mentioned foot trails, walking trails or even snake tails? Nope, not a
single peep out of his pristine lips.
Strangely enough my spelling checker argues that "What's" and "can't"
are misspelled words. And, again strangely, my dictionary doesn't seem
to list either of the two words and my Thesaurus says "Queried string
not found in thesaurus!" when I query either word.
Now you must to understand that this "non specific" description, as it
might be termed, is not the sole province of Dolan. No, it common to
every con man and shyster that ever existed.
Why? Well, by using a word that can be interpreted in more than one
manner it gives the shyster an "out", or might term it an excuse.
If an honest man should say, "Hey There, what about the Taimiami
Trail? That is for automobiles" why the shyster can say, well, I
didn't mean that kind of trail. (begin to see why I mentioned snake
The Great Dalon appears to be using a technique common to the "not so
great", as one might call them. One can only speculate on why he feels
the need to do so.