For all the newer posters out there, this is for you. When you post a rage, it stays on the Newest Page until it moves up to the Home Page. So if you check back on your rage post and don't find it in Newest, check out the Home Page. Also, welcome all new and returning Just Ragers. Lets try to keep posting. It makes the site better for everyone. Thanks for your anger.

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  1. KPissed
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    KPissed 346 days ago Permalink

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    caspar-milquetoast 357 days ago Permalink Reply

    I'm having trouble being angry. Is it OK if I stay though?

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    Yeah, ok, you can stay Casper. What the hell? Everyone else gets to stay so....

    KPissed - Who is wondering if Caspar is related to Vinnie the Vomit?

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    Cagey

    I like to come to this website and just read. It makes me feel so much better that I'm not the only one who hates everything, has a bad attitude and don't give a shit, retired, don't give a fuck, etc. This site makes my day.

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    KPissed 346 days ago Permalink

    Thanks for saying that Cagey. I too love this site and often come here to read the shit people write. Kind of reminds me of two old sayings.

    The first timeless classic goes like this "I cried because I had no shoes and then I saw a man who had no feet." The basic premise of this one is that things could always be worse than they are, and we should be grateful for how things are fucked up now.

    The second old saw is this one "There, but for the grace of God, go I." This one, although similar to the first, is actually quite different, as it implies we should feel a kind of relief and gratitude that we are not as fucked up as our neighbors. However, as is typical with many of these old religion inspired sayings, this one implies that God is in control of how fucked up things are for people. Makes you wonder why God lets this shit happen to people. At least the Buddhist idea is that we finish up this life and get reincarnated to another where, hopefully, we have learned from this life's experiences not to fuck things up for ourselves and others.

    KPissed - Not a religious expert, but definitely a student of how fucked up shit is in the world

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