AaronBalto Reader
2/7/16 9:03 p.m.

Anybody else catch Mark Hinderman's letter to the editor in the latest issue of Classic?

It seems that he's on Social Security Disability, but, bless him, he STILL claims to be fit and solvent enough to have 20 car projects going currently. He is buying, swapping, and building all day long.

I can't help but wonder how he manages it--I mean being so disabled that he can't work. How is it possible that he can work on cars--hard, exhausting and physical work as we all know--and manage to be so "disabled" that he requires economic support from we the taxpayers?

Mark, if you are going to brag about your life of fun and leisure where you spend all day shopping on Ebay and tinkering in the yard, I'd skip the part of the letter where you brag about having your teeth sunk so deeply into the gub'mint teat. It's kind of pissing some of us off.

OHSCrifle GRM+ Memberand HalfDork
2/7/16 9:17 p.m.

Don't know him or anything about him. Suppose the man lost a leg in Afghanistan?

Cooper_Tired Reader
2/7/16 9:19 p.m.
OHSCrifle wrote: Don't know him or anything about him. Suppose the man lost a leg in Afghanistan?

This. You never know what people have going on.

wbjones MegaDork
2/7/16 9:27 p.m.

AaronBalto sounds like so many of the folk that get all in a swifit when they see someone park in a handicap parking and don't LOOK like they have a handicap

SVreX MegaDork
2/7/16 9:58 p.m.

Oh good!

Let's all take sides (for or against) regarding a guy we've never met so we can have a non-political argument about politics that's not about politics!

And while we are at it, we can jump on a fellow board member for having an opinion about government handouts, which might be political or contrary to our politics, but we can surely make sure it's not an argument about politics!

Please pass the popcorn. I see a stinking pile coming.

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