30 May 2009

KingCast presents: The spirit of Plum Island.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

You don't have a clue about the "spirit" of Plum Island. You will NEVER be considered a "friend of the island" or an "islander".

Christopher King said...

So that's why the fella' working his boat had me out for cocktails.

What a jackass you are.

As if I ever tried to be "an islander" in the first place.

You don't have a clue about being a real person, much less a dude that actually has a penis and two balls attached to it.

Boo.

Yah.

Anonymous said...

Now, now... the island is big enough for all. 10:59 needs a reality check, or perhaps he doesn't know about the birds or the flora and fauna that are the true islanders. 10:59 would put a guard at the checkpoint/entrance and only let in the brown shirts, heh, heh. I'm with you, King... enjoy "our" island.

Anonymous said...

5 generations of family on Plum Island I know plenty about being an islander, not a pouser huckster like cwissy.
As far as a penis and balls it takes more than those attributes to be a real man, something you will never be, no matter how many fancy meals, clothes, cars or toys you aquire.

Christopher King said...

4:08

So I see. First you rail on me for being broke, then now I'm not broke, then you say it's something else.

You know what?

If the 5 generations of your family are anything like you, the islanders will be more than happy to welcome me as a Native Son, you dumb whacked-out tool.

-The KingCaster

Christopher King said...

Come to find out this jackass is a complete phony who pretended to be a Military lawyer but he's really a damn WELDER and PHILANDERER.

I know 'cos I spoke to a child who grew up in a home where Bill Christy or whatever his name is was shagging his married mother.

Meanwhile oddly enough he is busy calling ME a "nigger and motherfucker" nice

Just cut and paste.

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2011/03/kingcast-sees-kelly-ayotte-supporter.html

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2010/10/kingcast-shows-how-kelly-ayotte.html