Tuesday, March 18, 2014

"Rebel" isn't what comes to mind


Squiggles said...

Seriously? She was late catching a train that leaves ON TIME, and decides to rebel?

C.J. Smith said...

Misses train = GO Transit's fault, retaliates by being a footrider which really sticks it to another passenger, an innocent passenger = DOES NOT COMPUTE.


Bicky said...

Maybe Tammy should learn to tell time. Then she wouldn't miss her train.

Dan-1 said...

If she can afford those fancy boots...

...she can probably afford a watch.

C.J. Smith said...


Anonymous said...

Stupid Tammy needs an anvil dropped on her head.

C.J. Smith said...

Imma chainsaw this tomorrow

Anonymous said...

Maybe you should all learn to take a joke. Was the hashtag #justkidding really needed here?

C.J. Smith said...

Missed train, not really sticking it to the man, etc, all aside, AIN'T NOTHING EVER "HA HA SO JOKES" ABOUT BOOTS IN WINTER ON A GO TRAIN SEAT!

Not even once.

How the hell you #justkidding about photographic evidence of being a jerk?


Nobody here laughs about boots, shoes or bare feet on seats on trains many of us ride on each day, often wearing clothes we spend good money on. No one.

Anonymous said...

Hey CeeJ.

I think you have too much time on your hands. Not an insult, just an observation.
I'm not sure I've ever taken a Go Train without putting my feet up. It's so comfy! You should try it :). At one point, I actually thought the cushions were there for that purpose. Silly me.

I speak fluent chipmunk BTW! :)

C.J. Smith said...

Of course I have too much TIME ON MY HANDS. I sit on a train for two hours a day. Gives me plenty of time to hate on all the footriders.
Come back with an insult that is actually an insult and not an OBVIOUS observation.

Squirrels are superior to chipmunks. Remember that.

Anonymous said...

Are you yelling, or do you speak fluent capitals as well?
You're right though. Squirrels are far superior.

C.J. Smith said...

I'm yelling - yes.

How is YOU ARE HYSTERICAL OBSERVATION IS ASTOUNDING!!! grammatically correct? It was right the way I had it.

Anonymous said...

C.J. Smith, I am baffled why the hell you care so much? Seriously, you have 2 hours of commuting and decide to pick on people for no apparent reason. Also, your threats against the individual could be accounted for harassment and you "stealing" a photo is also a breach which could be brought forward to the appropriate authorities. Now, even if you think if you delete this that it would go away, think again. As I am sure there are people that would have used a screen-shot to use as evidence.
I am curious what laws you have broken (other than stealing pictures) over the years? What rebellious acts have you committed?
Signed - Anon.

Anonymous said...

It is unfortunate that this generation has no kindness or respect for people they have never met. It is easy to hide behind the internet, with a ridiculous profile, and spew disrespectful thoughts. Be kind Ms. Smith and others will show you the same courtesy.

C.J. Smith said...

"Also, your threats against the individual could be accounted for harassment and you "stealing" a photo is also a breach which could be brought forward to the appropriate authorities. "

If a person publicly posts a photo and hashtags it "gotrain" or "gotransit", it can be found by anyone who searches the hashtag.

This person posted a photo willingly of her boots on a publicly shared social media site and made her account public to all and posted her real name!

What rules did I break? What photo did I steal?

What threat?

My lawyer can't stand it. You better give him some tangible evidence soon or else there will be food everywhere as he tends to body slam his food dish when he's pissed off.

What I find amazing is people taking offence to anyone taking offence to someone indulging in discourteous behaviour. Should I stand up and applaud for boots on seats where other people sit?

Oh wait ... #justkidding right?

Is this about hurt feelings? Is this about that fact that someone actually said it wasn't cool? Is this about everyone getting a trophy just for showing up to the game?

If not me, someone else on Instagram would have said something. That's how the Internet works, not everyone gets high fives and rounds of applause - including me, seeing as you're booing me off the stage.

I also don't delete content. Especially something that was public and could be retrieved from Instagram's cache and clearly shown in a metric that it was marked as "public" and available to anyone who browsed a hashtag.

C.J. Smith said...


C.J. Smith said...

To all the newbies, if you want your public photo altered while it remains on this site so your name is blurred and your profile pic is blurred because you've decided to delete your publicly hashtagged photo off the internet, please send a text message with a link to the photo and I am MORE THAN HAPPY TO OBLIGE. This goes for all phtos I find online, not just this one in particular.

All you have to do is ask.