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User Profile: 8fishpimp8

8fishpimp8

Member Since: September 17, 2011

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  • December 20, 2013 at 4:21pm

    Old Whispering Harry ..goes in for an ethical bypass….his third.

    Story developing..

  • February 4, 2013 at 7:33am

    O K folks……the boat realy took on water, but the Captain’s story is suspect.

    The boat has inboard power which means that to engage the reverse, the gear lever would be pulled rearward. To throttle up one would push the throttle forward.

    Unless the Captain was in full throttle in neutral and fell backwards against the transmission, I’d say the details have been changed to make his actions less suspect.

    I feel bad for the guy, being a fellow “fishpimp”, but what the hey, there is always barber college.

  • December 13, 2012 at 7:39am

    Good story…flawed headline..

    UT is the University of Tennessee…..just sayin.

    Love Texas and Texans truth is truth…

    Been playing football longer than the game has had hats.

    Tennessee also may have had a thing or two to do with Texas’s statehood.

  • December 10, 2012 at 5:26am

    Two things….first , “I have made nothing that is unclean” seems pretty clear to me.

    Secondly, no loving God would deny his chosen childeren a cheeseburger.

    “Rock On” my Hebrew freinds…….

  • November 18, 2012 at 7:28pm

    “When the toothless get routhless”, it won’t matter that you voted liberal Mikey

    Snake Pliskin is not comming…….

  • February 12, 2012 at 5:25pm

    Willie sings:
    “Mamas don’t let your babies grow up to be jihadis..
    don’t let em declare fatwas and drive them ole truck..bombs.

    Let be doctors and law students and sech….”

  • February 12, 2012 at 5:18pm

    The soft focus takes a good fifteen years of that Wooly Mammoth, just like glamor shots.

  • January 26, 2012 at 12:48pm

    This is partially Chris Cristy’s fault, and I wish Ann would acknowledge that.

    This nation hungers for someone to land some crushing body blows on the Comrade Chairman, and that could have been Cristy. We would have enthusiastically supported him, despite being a North Eastern Republican.

    Those of us that have been supporting Newt feel that only a fighter can defeat BHO and to date Mitt has not shown that he has the teeth for it. Newt will make him a stronger candidate or knock his @$$ out.

    I voted for Mitt the last time because he was preferable to the RINO of all RINOS, and will do so again if I must.

    However with less than half the participants in the GOP primary in New Hampshire actually being Republicans, I’m supposed to acquiesce to their choice?

    Cristy could easily take top of the ticket and fill in with the Manager in chief.

    Super Tuesday can’t get here soon enough.

  • January 22, 2012 at 8:15am

    NY’er love the smell of their own farts….let em stew.

    She needs to be out of Riker’s and pay a fine, in nickels.

    Good luck ad get home soon.

  • January 21, 2012 at 7:05am

    I live in the Great Volunteer State, and I can tell you without reservation that preparation is key. Many folks are buying up farmland and stocking heavy, in a non-nut job kind of way. And those that live in a human ant farm need to consider what will happen when their store shelves are slick.

    Too many people think that they can just go “MAD MAX” if we have a six month supply interruption, but they are sadly mistaken. We call those people “zombies”, and you know what happens to zombies.

    Smug commentary won’t feed your kids, and holding your handgun sideways will only cause stovepipes.

    We are generous people here, but folks need to bring treasure and a willingness to work, that’s if the government even lets you out of the city.

    Snake Pliskin will not be coming.

  • January 19, 2012 at 6:02am

    I am not electing a monk or looking for a messiah. I am looking for a trench warrior that can take it to embedded Marxist. I am looking for a leathery ba$tard that can fire federal employees and deal with the union death threats.

    We need mean.

    Romney ran state wide and won in the most liberal state in the nation, how conservative can he be?

    Anyone else smell any contacts between Huntsman’s campaign and the Romney superpac? Huntsman stays in long enough to split the vote in the first two primaries and then bows out and rolls his support behind Romney with the same breath?

    I love Glenn, but he needs to “cowboy up” and tell the whole truth regarding Newts tenure as speaker.
    Welfare reform, balanced budgets, tax cuts over the objections of a leftist President, this is why they are scared of him.

    Sure he was ousted by a coalition of his enemies and opportunistic friends, so was Churchill.

    The Marxist knife is at the throats of out children, and many of us are still looking for a frigging eagle scout.

  • [1] December 15, 2011 at 6:44am

    Rush was much more respectful regarding the support of Newt in the hinterland.

    We, the folks that have been carrying the water for the Libertarian/Conservative cause since before Glenn quit drinking, are tired of our ball carriers being characterized as stupid.

    There is a deep hunger for once, just once, for one of our candidates to expose the left wing vapid vacuous traitorous bstards for the anti-American anti-intellectuals they truly are.

    Glenn should understand that desire and speak to that, instead of flaming on Newt.

    Additionally in the interest of truth, a good guest for Glenn’s show could be a Political Scientist to explain to Glenn and his audience the house rules. Many votes are changed because the house rules treat opponents and proponents of a bill differently with regards to bringing a bill back up or later modifying it.

    Love you Glenn, still do…….don’t be a ********

  • December 13, 2011 at 10:57am

    Funny, that is exactly how I felt the last time, when I voted for Mitt over John McCain.

  • December 13, 2011 at 10:55am

    Maybe the million came from Mitt…just sayin

  • December 13, 2011 at 9:04am

    Vote your heart in the primary and vote your head in the General.

    Primaries are messy. That is why it is a strategic advantage not to have one.

    However I implore you to not stay home in November, regardless who wins the GOP primary.

    “For want of a nail the shoe was lost.
    For want of a shoe the horse was lost.
    For want of a horse the rider was lost.
    For want of a rider the battle was lost.
    For want of a battle the kingdom was lost.
    And all for the want of a horseshoe nail….”.

    ….source unknown to me

  • December 13, 2011 at 8:48am

    The do in New Hampshire.

    Open primaries are pools of party mischief.
    How do you think that John McCain won?

  • December 13, 2011 at 8:45am

    Thanks Mike, Newt will need some help with the independent voters.

    I can think of nothing that would help him more than to draw the ire of those that give Rush and the whole of talk radio a black eye.

    The more you all or nothing guys insist that no one is good enough for you, the closer we get to having a vote splitter in the general election.

    If this is a three way election, we will get to tell our children that we got to vote in the last election in America.

  • December 13, 2011 at 6:57am

    I was explaining to my 8yr old the difference between Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality.

    It looks like some folks here need to tidy up on their definitions and usage so they don’t allow themselves to be characterized as bigots when they clumsily speak the truth.

    It is not the skin color, it is the cultural orientation, or ethnicity if you will.

    No race is superior to another, although some cultures are superior.

    When the Roman Empire concurred tribal England, the inferior culture gave way to the superior.
    It is a sociological truth, the fact the so many people are uncomfortable stating it in public is irrelevant.

  • December 11, 2011 at 6:50pm

    Yes we are happier.
    We earn what we have.
    We tend to live on less than what we make, in other words we save.

    We don’t feel beholden to anyone for the stuff we have, and consequently don’t resent the source of our wealth.

    We tend to have a sense of resilience which comes from the fact that we make our own way, and don’t feel that our whole world dangles on the whims of others.

    We tend to have a better sense of humor because we don’t place ourselves in the center of the Universe.

    Critically, those of us with a foundation in faith have no problem with the fact that there exists a standard of behavior witch is perfection and therefore unattainable; where as secular humanist tend to convince themselves through contortions of logic that they have achieved moral/ethical perfection.

  • November 25, 2011 at 9:11am

    Dadcoolstuff……is right in my opinion.

    This is the net effect of increased firearm sales over the last 24-36 months. Coupled with a “you better not bring that crap to my town” mentality with regard to the OWS movement.

    Tea people shoot strait and police up their own brass….cheers.