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Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88500 on: February 19, 2018, 12:18:41 AM »
Senda doctor-shopped his way onto disability. These things were monitored in the 70s and 80s.

There's no reason they can't be again without a total congressional assault on entitlement programs.

And if you want to get fat indigents like Senda off welfare, let's throw the otherwise able-bodied 'coal miner' in the ruby-red state who refuses to adapt to market conditions. They don't want to work, get them all off the public tit.
Anyone can report fraud...

Re: Senda: "MY KITCHEN. THE BEFORE." The Horror...The Horror...
« Reply #88501 on: February 19, 2018, 12:42:36 AM »
AT 1:23 is that a powered butt plug jamming up the kitchen utility drawer?   where's DPS?  Maybe she can verify.
What is that crap dripped down the front of the cabinet near the sink?????  That must stop.  No dripping there.  It's not the gunk that's dangerous but it's what grows under it that's dangerous.  Grime breeds all sorts of crap underneath it.  George, do you have a sander?  Just sand it off, paint it back and start over.  Whatever habit is causing the dripping must cease.  Drip OVER the sink.

If you drip down low, turn a sponge mop upside down and just mop it off if you can't bend over due to breathing problems.  Or get a long handled tool like a shower cleaner.  Or even a squeegee.  Don't let drips harden any more.

If you can't help dripping in that area, then get some of that sticky-back Glad saran wrap and line the area!  Every other week, rip the wrap off the cupboard and re-line the are with fresh sticky-back Glad Saran wrap.

Disposable plates don't go in the sink.  It's nice of you to try to rinse them for solid waste workers, but in your case it is more important to get them into a paper bag and out to the recycle when the bag is full.  You'll always have a couple paper bags if you make a point to shop at a store that offers them once in a while.  Then when the bag is full just dump the works in recy, bag and all.

Also, if you don't already, use a freshly used disposible meal on wheel tray for feeding the cat.  That way, you don't dirty two plates, just one.

Consider disposable cups and bowls, if you can afford them.

Less is more when a person is sick.  Try to get by on less items!  It's better to use a fork for eating and for pulling juice out of a lemon, than to buy both forks and a lemon juicing tool.  Keeps tools and things that are used for more than one purpose.

Kudos on not having the sink overflowing with dishes.  And on how some of your kitchen areas look nice.

The best way to clean that floor is to choose a warm, sunny day to:
1.  Make sure the washer is ready for a load.
2.  Open windows.
3.  Soak a bunk of towels in hot water or Pine Sol and hot water.
4.  Dump them one at a time on the kitchen floor wet.
5.  Use your feet and a reacher to spread the towels out evenly on the floor.
6.  Spread a couple dry towels on nearby carpet areas to keep carpet dry after you walk on the wet towels.  Even better, put piddle pads under the dry towels to really protect the carpet.
7.  Let the kitchen floor soak with the wet towels on it for a few hours.
8.  Use your feet on the wet towels after a few hours to scrub the floor.
9.  Push the towels into a heap.  With or without a big plastic bag, get the heap of filthy towels into the washer.
10.  Dry the floor with towels.
11.  Sweep the floor, as this process will have stirred up a lot of gunk.
12.  Spot mop using the sink and a self wringing cellulose mop as needed for final finishing.  Run a fan if you want.
Ta-da!  Time to shower...

You would be better off laying newspaper on the kitchen floor to catch spills than letting the floor get so dirty.  If you have a good reacher, picking up the newsprint and discarding it will be easy.  You will still need to sweep in-between fresh new paper layings.  Walk gingerly.

Re: Senda: "MY KITCHEN. THE BEFORE." The Horror...The Horror...
« Reply #88502 on: February 19, 2018, 12:45:30 AM »
What is that crap dripped down the front of the cabinet near the sink?????  That must stop.  No dripping there.  It's not the gunk that's dangerous but it's what grows under it that's dangerous.  Grime breeds all sorts of crap underneath it.  George, do you have a sander?  Just sand it off, paint it back and start over.  Whatever habit is causing the dripping must cease.  Drip OVER the sink.

If you drip down low, turn a sponge mop upside down and just mop it off if you can't bend over due to breathing problems.  Or get a long handled tool like a shower cleaner.  Or even a squeegee.  Don't let drips harden any more.

Disposable plates don't go in the sink.  It's nice of you to try to rinse them for solid waste workers, but in your case it is more important to get them into a paper bag and out to the recycle when the bag is full.  You'll always have a couple paper bags if you make a point to shop at a store that offers them once in a while.  Then when the bag is full just dump the works in recy, bag and all.

Also, if you don't already, use a freshly used disposible meal on wheel tray for feeding the cat.  That way, you don't dirty two plates, just one.

Less is more when a person is sick.  Try to get by on less items!  It's better to use a fork for eating and for pulling juice out of a lemon, than to buy both forks and a lemon juicing tool.  Keeps tools and things that are used for more than one purpose.

Kudos on not having the sink overflowing with dishes.  And on how some of your kitchen areas look nice.

The best way to clean that floor is to choose a warm, sunny day to:
1.  Make sure the washer is ready for a load.
2.  Open windows.
3.  Soak a bunk of towels in hot water or Pine Sol and hot water.
4.  Dump them one at a time on the kitchen floor wet.
5.  Use your feet and a reacher to spread the towels out evenly on the floor.
6.  Spread a couple dry towels on nearby carpet areas to keep carpet dry after you walk on the wet towels.  Even better, put piddle pads under the dry towels to really protect the carpet.
7.  Let the kitchen floor soak with the wet towels on it for a few hours.
8.  Use your feet on the wet towels after a few hours to scrub the floor.
9.  Push the towels into a heap.  With or without a big plastic bag, get the heap of filthy towels into the washer.
10.  Dry the floor with towels.
11.  Sweep the floor, as this process will have stirred up a lot of gunk.
12.  Spot mop using the sink and a self wringing cellulose mop as needed for final finishing.
Ta-da!  Time to shower...

/hater




Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88504 on: February 19, 2018, 02:40:10 AM »
The responsibilities George takes on, feeding all those kitty cats, amazed he can afford it. Why does he do it?

He has told us why he feeds all the cats around.

According to George if he does not feed them then they will all starve an die because no one has taught them how to catch mice. Yes, he has said that.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88505 on: February 19, 2018, 04:45:07 AM »
Hasnít Georgeís presence taught them how to catch mice?  I believe he has taught more than one cat how to fit through a mail slot.  George needs to create a new show, The Cat Flattener.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88506 on: February 19, 2018, 08:56:36 AM »
Anyone can report fraud...
Senda has probably been reported for fraud a dozen times since the birth of this thread in 2013. The government doesn't care.

Yet it will make a grand show out of defunding public television ... while giving Senda money for a 55-inch TV.

This government's shell game is predicated on the stupidity and civic disengagement of the populace. Nothing else.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88507 on: February 19, 2018, 12:04:15 PM »
He has told us why he feeds all the cats around.

According to George if he does not feed them then they will all starve an die because no one has taught them how to catch mice. Yes, he has said that.

Once a cat becomes dependent on humans for food they enter a state of 'perpetual kittenhood' and lose their feral ability to hunt. Most will starve or become prey to other animals such as coyotes or foxes. Mountain Lions will often wander into populated areas in search of food and domesticated house cats are a favorite since they can be easily caught and devoured by a hungry cougar.

If you own a cat and find a dead rat or mouse in your backyard it was likely caught and killed by a domesticated house cat. While the cat will catch and kill the rodent it won't eat it as it depends on its human sponsor to feed him/her. The dead rodent becomes a plaything until the cat becomes bored with its plaything.

Re: Senda: "MY KITCHEN. THE BEFORE." The Horror...The Horror...
« Reply #88508 on: February 19, 2018, 04:05:51 PM »
You would be better off laying newspaper on the kitchen floor to catch spills than letting the floor get so dirty.  If you have a good reacher, picking up the newsprint and discarding it will be easy.  You will still need to sweep in-between fresh new paper layings.  Walk gingerly.


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88509 on: February 19, 2018, 04:06:50 PM »
Catz are all dark meat.

...and oddly, a bit spicy.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88510 on: February 19, 2018, 06:39:29 PM »
 Help !

What broke me this month was paying $480.00 for 2 months rent.
I spent the last $2,07 in my checking account on cat food.
My checking account balance is FIFTY CENTS.

I need cat food donations for the THIRTEEN cats I feed.

I lost my rent money order AGAIN in January & had to pay 2 months rent this month & it left me TOTALLY broke. Once I get my other new credit card, I will buy 2 months wet food, dry food & litter with it & then will take the money I don't spend in cash & pay down one of my other credit cards and will not charge on it.
My rent is paid until April on March 1st & I am going to pay an additional $75 every month until and through June so that in June the rent will be paid for that month and I can use the $240 for paying for my room at Alien Con.
The credit card will first be used to pay for a night out at a nice restaurant for Kathy and me then I buy the cat food & litter, pay for my Alien Con 2018 train ticket & take Kathy to a very belated Valentines Day dinner.

REMEMBER PLEASE THAT THIS IS FOR THE CATS AND NOT ME.

GOT THAT YOU IDIOT SEWERGAB TROLLS? IT'S NOT FOR ME! IT'S NEVER FOR ME!

ALL DONATIONS WILL GO FOR CAT FOOD AND LITTER AND DON'T FORGET IT'S NOT FOR ME! GOT IT?

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88511 on: February 19, 2018, 06:43:12 PM »
I need cat food donations for the THIRTEEN cats I feed.
This makes me want to send him a bale of hay.  Maybe he could strew it about his kitchen floor to spruce the place up.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88512 on: February 19, 2018, 06:59:29 PM »
This makes me want to send him a bale of hay.  Maybe he could strew it about his kitchen floor to spruce the place up.

I was thinking sawdust. Once had dinner in an italian type restaurant once. They had sawdust all over the floor. Gave the place a real cozy barn type feel. George could just vacum the dirty sawdust up. Cats could sleep on it as well.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88513 on: February 19, 2018, 07:35:43 PM »
Didn't someone send him some cat food last time, which he clamed the cats didn't like - so he re-sold it?

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88514 on: February 19, 2018, 07:38:03 PM »
If you give George a check for $1000 heíll complain that he has to go to the bank.  If you give him $1000 in cash heíll bitch it isnít $2000.  Some people are happy being unhappy.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88515 on: February 19, 2018, 08:43:44 PM »
...What broke me this month was paying $480.00 for 2 months rent...

...DON'T FORGET IT'S NOT FOR ME! GOT IT?

Under 6 benjy's for too monfsarent?

I'm





Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88517 on: February 19, 2018, 11:36:23 PM »
Once a cat becomes dependent on humans for food they enter a state of 'perpetual kittenhood' and lose their feral ability to hunt. Most will starve or become prey to other animals such as coyotes or foxes. Mountain Lions will often wander into populated areas in search of food and domesticated house cats are a favorite since they can be easily caught and devoured by a hungry cougar.



Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88519 on: February 20, 2018, 12:04:47 AM »
Didn't someone send him some cat food last time, which he clamed the cats didn't like - so he re-sold it?

For a  lot of reasons I don't endorse feeding wild kitty cats but gladly feed wild birds. Hypocritically?

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88520 on: February 20, 2018, 12:07:38 AM »
For a  lot of reasons I don't endorse feeding wild kitty cats but gladly feed wild birds. Hypocritically?

Totally! When aren't you speaking from your asshole? ;D

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88521 on: February 20, 2018, 12:15:52 AM »
The real streets of San Francisco...shit and needles everywhere...

No wonder George is sick...

https://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Diseased-Streets-472430013.html


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88522 on: February 20, 2018, 12:20:20 AM »
The real streets of San Francisco...shit and needles everywhere...

It's a ''progressive'' utopia

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88523 on: February 20, 2018, 12:23:24 AM »
It's a ''progressive'' utopia

Don't they have state funded drop in centers there for junkies to shoot up in?

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88524 on: February 20, 2018, 12:33:32 AM »
OMG! the Coyote is doing it's job!

During the early 1900's my grandfather raised sheep on this land, coyotes were constantly attacking his stock. Today sheep are still here but the current stock raiser hates coyotes so much he hangs their dead bodies from his fence next to the road to remind roaming coyotes they could be next. Seems to work, coyote attacks on his sheep have dropped way off I hear...

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88525 on: February 20, 2018, 12:43:01 AM »
Don't they have state funded drop in centers there for junkies to shoot up in?

They have public toilets but they are such a mess inside the junkies just shit and piss in broad daylight oblivious to the public. Liberal cops do nothing. My sister lives in Cupertino but refuses to visit San Francisco just a few miles away from her house.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88526 on: February 20, 2018, 12:59:58 AM »
They have public toilets but they are such a mess inside the junkies just shit and piss in broad daylight oblivious to the public. Liberal cops do nothing. My sister lives in Cupertino but refuses to visit San Francisco just a few miles away from her house.

Really?! I've read about such places existing in more liberal cities. I figured a socialist paradise like SF would've had the forethought.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88527 on: February 20, 2018, 01:10:04 AM »

george and a dui driver.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88528 on: February 20, 2018, 01:13:22 AM »

here is an oldie but a goodie

Further: "MY KITCHEN. THE BEFORE"; My God...You'll Find Casualties
« Reply #88529 on: February 20, 2018, 08:31:45 AM »
RE: "MY KITCHEN. THE BEFORE."

This video nearly made me lose my faith in a God. Any God. If any such existed, how could they allow such as what we see to happen? This video may require me to take the matter up with a clergyman -- and an analyst. 

No, this isn't some unjust personal attack. Read the previous comments and posts. A lot of validity there. But how can this guy think to post such for all to see? To see? God help us what we see.

Sorry to say this about that kitchen, but it appears you'll find casualties. Too many to list. The real toll will probably never be known. Probably a lot more than many human souls could bear. Maybe the guy should address his health issues better by up keeping his place better.

The guy's refrigerator is the dagger. A true-game changer. That appliance, as shown, inside and out, resembles a horrific crime scene. I hate to say it, but I do.

The ice box from Hell itself. Just look. If you dare. Eagles won't even dare. To go there. The door...the shelves...and my word. That bottom shelf. I hope they recover any victims. At left in shot, we see doomed condiments -- which somehow survived Natural Selection up to now -- hanging on for their very lives. Trapped hopelessly in "The Belly Of The Beast." They are on borrowed time, for sure.

And, as previously noted in this thread, that ooze is neither anything to sneeze at, nor underestimate. There's an element of Pareidolia going on as well. I spotted an image of Thomas Jefferson in that white pile on the floor by the sink. In some dark pile at right, I caught an image of Dr. Zauis from the 1968 film "The Planet Of The Apes". Also, the stains on the stove-top lip appear to be writings penned in Mandarin Chinese. Not good.

Not to mention anywhere you have cats you have hairballs. Often thrown up right after the cats eat. I hope those get cleaned up immediately and we're not seeing any examples of those just "laying around for posterity."

Awaiting an upcoming video: ""MY KITCHEN. THE AFTER.". Anything would be an improvement.