Bullied By Chatt

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Yes, I'd like to report a bully. The bully's name is Chatt  Anooga. I met Chatt in 1986. Chatt was nice at first but soon began bullying everyone except the folks in Chatt's "Click". 

Chatt is the typical bully. Chatt preys on the little guy. Chatt makes promises of raises but doesn't deliver. Chatt uses desired and deserved benefits and dangles them in front of their noses, only to delay giving people what's right. When Chatt does give you something, it's less than what was promised and even takes some other possession of yours back. 

You always knew when Chatt was fixing to bully you. He usually gave you something that you already had before he took it from you in the past.  

Chatt's word means nothing. Chatt lies without even blinking. Chatt's friends can get caught misusing money or property and nothing happens. But if your not a friend of Chatt, God help you. 

Chatt always says he doesn't have the funds for helping you but when it's something Chatt wants, Shazam! A short time ago, Chatt took away a bunch of cars from the good guys, "can't afford the gasoline," Chatt said. It was such a brazen lie and yet no shame from Chatt. Chatt also implemented a program to give way overdue raises to the good guys. Chatt made it as difficult as possible so as to keep the numbers down. But the good guys persevered and went through the most ridiculous hoop jumping in order for the money. Many months went by and still no raises. Chatt was surprised at the high number of people that went thru that ridiculous system. 

A system that was done while on the clock thus leaving less good guys on Chatt's streets to work.  

I wrote months ago that Chatt was up to something when Chatt gave all those cars back. I warned "watch out," Chatt's after your pensions.  As we know now, Chatt is after the pensions of the good guys that fight for Chatt in a dangerous place. 

Tenn has been named as the most dangerous state and it's getting worse. There is a war taking place here and Chatt is attacking the good guys. Our good guys are being shot at and killed and running into burning structures and getting burned. 

Good ole Chatt. He's got his eyes on that nest egg reserved for the good guys that have spent at least 25 years doing the dangerous stuff for him. No doubt Chatt is dreaming of how many purple rhinos he could buy with that pension money.  

Silly Chatt, again he says "he just doesn't have the money". Hey! Did y'all hear that Chatt is seriously considering paying health care for people's boyfriends and girlfriends? 

It wouldn't surprise me if Chatt starts moaning about providing a firing range for the warriors that are engaged in our daily battles on Chatt's streets. Perhaps "air-soft" exercises in the gym. 

I personally don't believe Chatt could manage the haunted house ride at Lake Winni but if you're smarter than what I've been witnessing, live within your means. Take care of your loyal people. 

Respect the sanctity of Godly marriage and stop your madness. Stop bullying and thinking you know what's right better than our creator.  

We keep tearing the pages out of the Bible that doesn't suit our lifestyle, we got nothing but turmoil. 

Michael Burns


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