As an Apathetic Agnostic, the FFRF and ACLU people just tick me off. You would think people that are not Christians are bursting into flame by looking at or hearing this display, or they are being lashed to a chair with their eyelids held open a la Clockwork Orange and forced to participate. I actually enjoy Christmas because for about 10 to 15 days a year people actually try, in some cases, to be decent to on another.
This atheist agrees with you.
FFRF is a very dangerous group though. Freedom FROM religion is the exact opposite of freedom OF religion. And that difference is that FFRF wants to silence speech and by extension freedom of thought.
Another atheist agrees with you too. These people have way too much time on their hands if this is the kind of petty BS that they feel needs attending to. They certainly aren't helping things for the majority of non-believers who would rather live and let live.
 October 7, 2015 at 8:59pm
“No bomb-making material was found after searching his home…” Really, I could look under the sink, in the garage or garden shed or most homes and get all the bomb making material you would need to make some neat improvised explosives.
 October 3, 2015 at 8:49pm
“I mean, it’s shocking … to hear say what happened. It’s hard to believe.” But she added that Green had been in trouble before.
You think, he was on 20 YEARS probation for an aggravated battery and burglary of another elderly women in 2009. Good riddance to this piece of filth. No sympathy here AT ALL.
Why deny criminals the whole experience of getting shot? Perhaps you should consider getting a larger calibre self defense weapon, one that will not only ensure that the criminal will enjoy experiencing the total getting shot experience, but possibly keep you from having to use more than one round to put them down. I personally like the 250 grains of soft lead .45 caliber long colt self defense rounds I use. One round either in the heart or between the eyes seems to work just fine and saves on the cost of replacement rounds.
But..but...but....what about Uncle Joe and his "fire a shot gun off the back porch'?
October 3, 2015 at 8:41pm
Homicide just means the death was at the hands of another person, it is more a corner word than a trial word. A self defense homicide is just that, nothing sinister about it.
 September 25, 2015 at 11:01am
Boy the spaghetti armed, wannabe bully got his clock thoroughly cleaned. GOOD.
yep, it's pretty sad when you can't KO a blind kid, he w0ouldn't stand a chance in my old neighborhood every one there was a bully to me and my BRO because we' were the only red headed kids in the whole school, we got into scuffs almost every day....that is until me and bro took on the entire bus when they all got off at our bus stop, they didn't see our cousins waiting for us they just got back from Viet Nam....talk about a bus load of kids running scared down the road screaming for mommy and daddy...lol
 September 24, 2015 at 6:10am
““The family wants justice and to ensure no family will ever have to experience what Ahmed went through again,” the statement added.”
You mean like invites to the Whitehouse, Google and Facebook campuses, Space Camp scholarship, Bitcoin founder putting up $250,000 for another scholarship, media fawning over his every word, a Microsoft gift bundle worth at least $10,000, invite to meet UN Dignitaries, and on and on. Oh the horror for that poor little boy, the absolute horror, quick get him a tissue.
Here is a accurate prophecy "in the last end days evil will be good and good evil" and many will be easily offended
 September 22, 2015 at 6:35am
The amount of ballistic glass they choose was actually under the amount of rolled homogenous armor this round could penetrate anyway. The round they used is rated at over 500mm of RHA penetration, so had they done say 60 or so sheets, it would have probably stopped the copper stream from making it through.
Can you tell me if this is what a Neutron Bomb Explosion really looks like? WW3 BEGINS WE JUST DROPPED a NEUTRON BOMB on YEMEN https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfbAFCJ3XUE
The Picatinny Arsenal use to have a museum. There was twelve inch block or hardened armor plate that had a smooth two inch hole burned through it with one of their shaped charges. That was about 20 years ago. I am sure they have made improvements.
Rev I don't think that footage was a neutron blast. It looks like a double tap of conventional weapons. A bunker buster followed up by an air burst thermo-baric type. The signature of the thermo-baric is small blast (to atomize the fuel component in the atmosphere) followed closely by a much bigger secondary explosion (which ignites the fuel air mixture). The bunker buster throws up a big dirt plume as the explosion is underground while the air burst is several meters above ground and is two stage in nature. The USAF likes to be thorough when going after what they consider to be an Alpha target.
Fuel air explosives have been around since Vietnam. The "daisy cutter" was used to clear jungle off of hilltops for use as LZ's for helicopter borne troops. That was a 10,000 lb bomb, today's largest fuel air bomb (MOAB) is in the neighborhood of 20,000 lbs +. The blast and shock wave from one of those is truly massive. Check this footage out of a MOAB being tested https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9H50tHiHjs
 September 22, 2015 at 6:31am
Actually the penetration of rolled homogenous armor, RHA, for the tandem HEAT rounds of the RPG 7 and 32 are the same. I doubt a thermobaric round would have penetrated this much ballistic glass given the pressure wave wound not have been concentrated at the point of impact like a HEAT charge is. It would have been a pretty explosion, but not much penetration as the pressure wave tends to travel along the path of least resistance, in this case, the open air.
I always thought the RPG 7V was a better weapon than anything the US had but they are too iconic to the Soviet Union.
There use to be a rumor that chicken wire strung out in front of the target would defeat an RPG. The idea was the shape charge would go off early and not be in the optimal range for penetration. I suspect this isn't true in regards to this model but may work for some others with anti-glance features.
 September 22, 2015 at 6:15am
And you would be wrong about this being BS. The RPG-7 has one charge that just pushes it out of the launcher assembly, the booster, then the primary propulsion from the rocket itself kicks off at about 10 meters to continue its trajectory toward the target, the sustainer motor. This actually gives it an advantage over say a LAW or AT4 in that it can actually be fired from with a small room of a building without excessive back-blast concerns since the rocket would be outside of the enclosed area of a building by the time the primary motor kicks in. Also bear in mind that this is a shaped charged explosive as the round they fired was a PG-7VL, obvious by the shape of the warhead. which is rated to penetrate 19.5 inches of armor, at least, by using about three quarters of a kilogram of HMX. It is no surprise this punched through that much balletic glass, given the superplasticity of the molten copper stream created from the Munroe effect of the shaped charge.
I was surprised the RPG armed the warhead at such a short distance.
September 18, 2015 at 5:56am
I remember back in my military days when we came out of the field and I was collecting the MILES batteries, I was hooking up all the 9V in series by plugging in the – and + poles of the 9Vs in a long chain of batteries, had like 20 or 30 of them. Someone joked about what would happen if they touched the two open poles at each end of the chain, I did a quick calculation in my head and told them it would probably jolt the hell out of them, they didn’t believe me and tried it. It looked like they got jolted with a taser when they did it.
 September 14, 2015 at 8:40pm
Name the last President to have the mythical stuff you call substance.
He said he would transform America.
Heck, I hardly recognize her anymore.
would you settle for substance abuse?
Boy, you got that right!
The lemmings just continuing to ingest and parrot the narratives being fed to them. Sad.
I agree Schmiggsy that Obama transformed America into something we hardly recognize. He’s driven our once great nation into the sewer while simultaneously brainwashing the masses into fawning adulation for it. I think that’s about the only promise he ever kept. He said he would fundamentally transform America, and he has. Millions are out of work, terrorism is on the rise and spreading in the guise of “refugees” and “innocent” “immigrants,” we're 18 trillion dollars in debt, and racial relations are worse than they’ve been in decades.
And now for something completely different....
The DNC Primary Race
A man with three buttocks! Or is that Debbie Whatsherman?
That’s the point. Most presidents and candidates have had little or no substance and we want substance. I want three things from my conservative president.
1. Conservative ideas – you have a plan to do something.
2. Substance – you have concrete realistic examples of how you will implement your plan.
3. Honesty – you will keep your word.
Many presidents and presidential candidates offer platitudes and empty promises only to turn around and do something else once elected. I want Trump to be different. I want all the candidates to be different than what we usually have.
DZ - are you allowed to quote Harris-Perry?
Clinton had so much substance it got on everything.
W. He was full of it.
Look at who Obama replaced if you want to name someone who screwed the country.
 September 13, 2015 at 8:11am
Well of course the server does not have to be “wiped” to make the data unrecoverable. If it was a RAID, which I am sure it was, there are several ways you can make the data unrecoverable, replace all the drives with new ones and send the originals to sleep with the fishes, microwave them, degauss them, play sledge hammer polo with them, drop them out of an airplane, take all the original drives and use them as replacements for the other RAIDs you manage, etc… You could even shuffle the drives in the server and reinitialize the array, that does a pretty handy job of making the data garbage. Does anyone know what kind of server this actually was? I find it HARD to believe her assertion that this was the same server used by Bill Clinton. That thing would have to be more than a decade old.
 September 12, 2015 at 8:30am
Only question I might get right would be “What is the nickname for Kim’s Vag?” Answer: “The North-West Passage”.
 September 9, 2015 at 9:15am
Umm, if you picked the poem for the poem itself, who wrote it and what pseudonym they choose is irrelevant. If you are now saying that you would not have included the poem since you found out it was done by “whitey”, that kind of makes you a racist.
My thoughts exactly. Who is the racist now? Choosing a poem because it was written by an "Asian", when the same exact poem was previously rejected under another "Non-Asian" name seems to prove a serious point here. Much of our society is controlled by people who have an agenda against all that is normal and American, and employ that agenda at every possible turn.
McCarthy was right, we've been being infiltrated and subverted by the extreme left for decades.
Yes, if anything. It would make them have the intent of being racists and sexist. Since before. It may have been a unintentional thing. And if go by that logic of the ones who wanted to remove it. Then many people could consider any and all works by "pseudonym" to be misinterpretation of them selves or material. Bet the people who wanted it removed never considered that.
But, but, but, only us male fishbellies are raciest. No person of gender or color, can be a raciest.
 September 9, 2015 at 9:11am
So in typical BLM fashion, instead of confronting the person face to face for these “racial slurs”, you decide to gang up and sucker punch him. How stereotypical of you two “people”.
OOOOPS! Can't use that word any more, it's TTTTOOOOOO RRRAACCCCIISSSSTTT!
 September 3, 2015 at 6:54am
Bah its Texas, we have 9mm trees bearing fruit this time of year here. The AR bushes should be blooming about now as well, and we expect a bumper crop this year.
 September 3, 2015 at 6:49am
I am all about natural selection my good sir, you know, that scientific principle you ******** harp about all the time. This is a prime example of it working as intended, and you are opposed to it?
 September 2, 2015 at 10:32pm
No, this ADULT killed himself by acting a fool with a gun. If it wasn’t him that got shot, I am sure he would have probably shot his cousin, one of his kids or his baby momma while doing stupid poses with the gun instead.
@aguyintexas This “just barely an adult” is still dead when he didn’t need to be. Your speculation on what might have happened is the disrespectful part. Thanks for being just as ignorant as the rest of Texas.
What's disrespectful about the truth. Look at the picture again. The words Fu--k you to someone is superimposed on the pic. It looks like he was making threats while posing for that selfie. Is that respectful of this mutant drag on society?
We are not your friend either. So beat it!
@hpyagl The truth is that he is dead. Now his children have no father. It's your right to keep calling him a "mutant drag", but it doesn't make you look any more clever or compassionate.
@notyourfriend But I bet you think this ones funny...http://www.snopes.com/horrors/freakish/saguaro.asp Can you admit that you think that's funny?
Guess what...so do i. So what's the difference?
NYF, the article says he had 2 kids, nothing about him being a father, and statistically speaking he would not be a father, just a sperm donor. Take your fake outrage back to your liberal softy friends.