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Old 10-11-2015, 04:58 PM   #31
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Don't forget that he's also learning disabled and as a result should get disability because it means he can't find a job.
Just because Isiah says that he thinks he might be learning disabled doesn't make it true. Even if he is really learning disabled, he could still get a job if it wasn't for his ridiculously negative attitude and his irrational paranoia of white men. Isiah wants to be learning disabled so he could collect something from the government. Isiah doesn't really want to work. He is LAZY. There really are some people who deserve government assistance, but that's not Isiah. Isiah will look for any excuse to blame anyone and everyone for why he can't work when the truth is that he has no desire, ambition or drive to do anything productive with his life.
 
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Just because Isiah says that he thinks he might be learning disabled doesn't make it true. Even if he is really learning disabled, he could still get a job if it wasn't for his ridiculously negative attitude and his irrational paranoia of white men. Isiah wants to be learning disabled so he could collect something from the government. Isiah doesn't really want to work. He is LAZY. There really are some people who deserve government assistance, but that's not Isiah. Isiah will look for any excuse to blame anyone and everyone for why he can't work when the truth is that he has no desire, ambition or drive to do anything productive with his life.

Exactly. I know people who truly are disabled yet they refuse to take assistance. He doesn't want to work.
 
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Exactly. I know people who truly are disabled yet they refuse to take assistance. He doesn't want to work.
Yep, a very close family friend of mine is in his mid thirties and he is moderately learning disabled/mentally challenged. He works part time at an old age home as a file clerk and he does other miscellaneous clerical work there. He has pride in his work and he does not complain.
 
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I worked at McDonalds with several people with Downs Syndrome who cleaned. They didn't complain at all. I worked a telemarketing job with a guy who was a quadriplegic in a wheelchair. I worked with a blind guy and several deaf men. They were all more disabled than I'm sure he is.
 
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I have a learning disability (Dyslexic and ADHD) but that never stopped me from working or even graduating from college. Just because you have a learning disability it does not mean that you are an idiot (or too stupid to work) or incompetent. I know a lot of people with all kind of disabilities and they are still able to function in life without the AID of the government and other people's tax money. So in using the LAME excuse because you THINK you have a learning disability (hence you cannot work) is ridiculous.
Exactly. My ex-husband's sister is bipolar (mentally ill) and she works at an insurance agency as a claims representative. She has been working there for over ten years.
 
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Whatever happened to RebZissel? He hasn't posted here in a long time!

He created a duplicate account as an attempt to "prove" his bizarre notion that barely legal girls frequently like to entrap older men into stalking and harassing them and committing other crimes and getting themselves in trouble. That was on the Unsolved Mysteries forum. Basically, the RebZissel account would post stuff, and then he would log in under the other username and agree with what his other account was saying. It was...ridiculous. His duplicate account was found out and subsequently banned in short order. He ended up deleting all of his posts (which was over 1,200 I believe) and left, presumably out of embarrassment.
 
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He created a duplicate account as an attempt to "prove" his bizarre notion that barely legal girls frequently like to entrap older men into stalking and harassing them and committing other crimes and getting themselves in trouble. That was on the Unsolved Mysteries forum. Basically, the RebZissel account would post stuff, and then he would log in under the other username and agree with what his other account was saying. It was...ridiculous. His duplicate account was found out and subsequently banned in short order. He ended up deleting all of his posts (which was over 1,200 I believe) and left, presumably out of embarrassment.


OMG!!! I think I know EXACTLY what you are telling me!!! Doesn't surprise me at all!
 
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That guys sounds creepy and glad I never came in contact with him. As a formerly underage girl I can assure everyone that is rare. However, I was frequently harassed by older men. In fact I still am and it was a problem when I did online.
 
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Isiahthomas has got a tremendous chip on his shoulder that is never going to go anywhere. He is a loser and blames EVERYONE but himself for his problems. I have been seeing his ridiculous threads for years now. All he does is complain and whine like a little bitch.
Isiah goes on and on about how his father is such a no good scum bag, but he doesn't hesitate to take hundreds of dollars from him so he can fix his car. Oh, and the father also lets Isiah live with him rent free. What a monster.
This is funny!
 
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When I first came to sitcoms online 11 years ago, isiah you and I became good friends on here. Then I kinda had a fall out with you over some CDs you gave me and requested them back, but I will leave that in private. But I have been reading your threads you post like this for years, I don't always respond, but I have to respond to this.

Sometimes I think you post these threads for the effect and attention. Personally I think you are embarrassing yourself and you are making yourself look bad. Disabilities aside. I'm just as black as you are and I'm not complaining. I will admit racism is alive and well and I do have awareness. I'm sure at my job there are bigots, but I don't let that stop me from doing my job and I don't let racism stop me from eating. I'm there for the same reason they are, to pay my bills and keep money in my pocket. There are racist people all over, we see them everyday, we smile at them, and they smile at us. You need to rise above all of that. And the racist people at your job you speak of, their perception of you is probably right in their eyes because that's what you are showing them.

I'm beginning to think you might be the problem. Aren't you almost 40? It's time to grow up and make a decent life for yourself and take on some grown-up responsibilities. You remind me of my 31 year old nephew who I have to get on at times. He's on disability but he can do much better than what he's doing. He's content on his minimal income and he lives at home. YOU my friend can do better if you want to do better
 
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LOL@Wawwie and IllinoisTVFan dissing me hahahahahahaahahahahahaha.
 
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Yep, a very close family friend of mine is in his mid thirties and he is moderately learning disabled/mentally challenged. He works part time at an old age home as a file clerk and he does other miscellaneous clerical work there. He has pride in his work and he does not complain.

I'm really proud of your family friend and the Hollywood chick for working eventhough they have disabilities. They don't whine about their problems and I'm also proud of the people who has down's syndrome who work. They don't whine and complain all the time.

If I was Isaiahthomas parents, I would of kicked him out long time ago. Maybe a few days of being homeless will make him grow up and stop whining. If people with down's syndrom can work so can he.
 
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LOL@Wawwie and IllinoisTVFan dissing me hahahahahahaahahahahahaha.

This reaction just leads me to believe that you DO post threads just for the effect.
 
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I don't know why anyone responds to his threads. I just read them for a good laugh. lol
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This reaction just leads me to believe that you DO post threads just for the effect.
He's an attention seeker.....

"look at me, talk to me, respond to me, feel sorry for me, pity me. I need attention no matter what....."

isiahthomas = attention whore
 
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