Originally Posted by Anonymous
laughable; you think you make such a difference because it costs so much to assist your family. so if your so strapped then maybe you should move or have less children. what you dont know is this is not your town and you should leave. your 100k does nothing because you do not have any idea where it goes. do expect any of us educated people to believe that you pump 100k into the economy. you can lie to yourself but keep your mouth shut when your around others. maybe they should throw a celebration for the man who single-handedly supported san marcos with his donations of taxes and disposable services. also, it is easy to copy and paste at least for you. hopefully you cannot do that for a living and use others ideas as your own; oh yeah, you already do that. well, if you are handing out 100k like it is nothing then by all means give some up or have it taken away. being too cocky about how much you have and how much you pump into the economy will get you into trouble. maybe you were not born here and texas and you might not know how things are here. do your best piss all over the worthless college that you do not care about and it is too bad you cannot get laid and get paid; down in the boondocks.
I don't know why I even argue with you. It's like picking a fight with a quadriplegic. You don't even understand what I am saying. At this point, I am pretty sure that you are a high school dropout, not a college student. There's just no way in hell that you could get into Texas State, the way you speak.
College students do not drive the economy. College graduates (me), who get good jobs and stay here, brining money into the city, do support the economy. Local residents who work at C-Fan, Butler and the rest support the economy.
I'm not even sure what that has to do with anything anyway. The argument was about more than two non-related people renting a house in a single-family district. YOU brought up the idea that students should be able to do whatever they want because they run the economy. I pointed out that they do not and you responded by saying that it doesn't matter.
At least you got that right. Zoning is what keeps someone from building a yellow store on one side of your house and a slaughterhouse on the other side. If you don't understand the value of zoning, I can't help you. Luckily for me, I know that you, personally, will never be able to live anywhere near me.
I actually feel bad for you, really. Don't be so bitter. You can always start at ACC and work your way up to Texas State. You do know how to work, don't you? Good. Now, you just have to learn how to write. Seriously, if you want me to think you're a college student, you need to at least communicate like you made it past the 9th grade.