User Profile: AlexS1


Member Since: September 30, 2010


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  • February 1, 2015 at 1:10am

    Not PC
    Had a problem once and found a book called ‘Ancient Chinese Remedies for Constipation’ by Hung Chow.
    My favorite though is ‘I Jumped the Barbed Wire Fence Wong’ by Won Hung Lo.

  • February 1, 2015 at 12:57am

    Smokey – from the bottom of my heart, thank you for this clip. My wife and I had this discussion yesterday while watching tv. Every show, every movie I’ve ever seen where the characters are eating Chinese food, they are using chopsticks. I figure there must be some clause in Hollywood, maybe with the SAG, I don’t know, that requires the use of chopsticks anytime actors eat Chinese food. I don’t eat Cinese food, but if I did, I would use a fork and spoon. Guess that’s just one of the many ‘****** in my armor’.

  • January 31, 2015 at 6:06pm

    Metal_Unlimited –
    You said in your posts that you are not happy and suffer from anxiety. You also said you only have 5-6 years to live. I don’t know what malady you suffer from or anything about you other than what I can draw from your posts, but I believe that if I was in your shoes, I would pursue those things that, at least, for whatever time I had left, would bring me some measure of happiness.
    Posting on the Blaze, which by in large is read by conservatives, may not be the best place to find happiness. I consider myself ultra conservative, and I’ve had a few negative comments and more than a few thumbs down. It’s the nature of this ‘posting our opinions game’. Some folks will attack you so hard the hate is palpable, others are just yanking your chain to draw a response. Of course my favorites are the ones that are obviously sarcasm, but they drive the humorless crazy. I read the responses to my posts with an understanding that not everyone will agree with my opinion, and that’s okay. The minute you start taking it personal, is the very minute you should stop posting, and I, for one, will.
    I will see what this post brings. I hope things get better for you.

  • January 30, 2015 at 8:49pm

    Of course, I really wouldn’t expect you to have one, most Obama supporters don’t. Sort of ironic though, considering the big joke you guys played on AMERICA. If you really believe that Obama actually changed America for the better, then you are delusional. As part of the Middle Class, I can certainly attest to the fact that we are much worse off now than we were six years ago. Gas stayed at over three dollars a gallon for almost five years, groceries are up at least 40%, health insurance premiums went up, slowest growth of the economy since Jimmy Carter, more people on food stamps and at poverty level. The Middle East is more unstable than ever, and the one true ally and Democracy in the region, Israel, has been snubbed by this administration since Obama took office. It doesn’t smell a little fishy to you that Jeremy Bird, an ex campaign staffer for Obama is leading the charge against Netanyahu? Take off those ‘Rose colored glasses’, and see the damage this man has done to this Great Nation. Since you referenced the BreitbartNews article about the anti Netanyahu campaign, I can rightfully assume you are a liberal Troll, and like most Trolls, spew your liberal talking points thinking we care. Don’t waste your time responding. Again though, GET A SENSE OF HUMOR!!!

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  • [1] January 30, 2015 at 12:54pm

    Maybe we should send Jimmy Carter over to insure the election is fair and above board.

  • [2] January 30, 2015 at 12:20pm

    Yes on the motion capture 100 years ago. It was an artist with a sketch pad.

  • [1] January 29, 2015 at 7:14pm

    Stavy – it’s hard to have a discussion this way, but I agree that we are probably on the same page in our beliefs. I attend a fundamental, missionary minded, Baptist Church. Our Pastor has on occasion been threatened for his preaching against the homosexual lifestyle. We have been told that our tax exempt status could be yanked, to which we have all unanimously agreed, than rather than compromise, we would pay the taxes. The Mormon church is not the only one being hounded, but because of its high profile and deep pockets, it is desirable target for the LGBT crowd. I guess I really didn’t see the need for a press conference to state the obvious. I still don’t agree with the statement about respecting this lifestyle.

  • [5] January 29, 2015 at 6:39pm

    Let me repeat myself because, apparently, you missed what I said. I believe the Bible is the infallible Word of God. No allegory. I serve a God that could absolutely have a fish swallow Jonah and spit him out days later. I believe He parted the Red Sea for Moses, helped Noah build an Ark, was there when David took down Goliath with a rock, and had a Son Jesus, virgin born. This man called Jesus healed the blind, caused the mute to speak, the lame to walk and brought the dead to life. If you don’t believe these things, that’s your choice, I would never belittle you. I love guys or gals, whichever you are, that feel that you have such a superior understanding of what God meant in His word you feel the need to belittle those that don’t agree with your assessment of the truth or literal nature of God’s Word. Your “pay attention to which is which” was at most, very condescending, at the very least, insulting. You believe what you want to, but in the future, please don’t tell someone they are wrong or imply that they are misguided in how they interpret the Bible because they don’t see it your way.

  • January 29, 2015 at 5:55pm

    Let’s not forget the Starbucks and danish. The name it and claim it TV preachers or the touchy feely Joel Osteen types have done almost as much to keep folks from hearing a true ‘salvation message’ than a communist government.

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  • [8] January 29, 2015 at 5:15pm

    I do take the Bible literally. The argument that this was written 2000 years ago and society has changed doesn’t hold water. John, Chapter 1, verse 1 in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. Verse 14 says the Word was made flesh, and this flesh was the only begotten of the Father, better known as Jesus. Hebrews 13:8 declares Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, and to day and forever. If Jesus is the Word in flesh and he is the same forever, then his Word is forever. We may, as men, try to change the meaning or say it’s outdated, but to make that argument is to deny the truth of the Bible.
    However, unless you believe in the Bible as being the infallible Word of God, and instead, cherry pick what things you choose to believe or ignore as allegory, then none of this matters. I will continue to believe in it as infallible. I would rather trust it than not. The consequence of it being right and not believing is hell. I for one am not willing to gamble with my soul.

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  • [13] January 29, 2015 at 3:01pm

    “My daughter, I feel like her innocence was taken away because of this. That’s not something they can give back
    I smell a law suit coming, but brigott, you are probably right. I’m sure in this day and age, she’s seen worse.

    “We take matters like this very seriously, and we intend to fully investigate,” Sprint spokeswoman Roni Singleton told TheBlaze.
    We’ve sure seen this statement, or one’s similar being used a lot lately by different companies. I wonder how much investigating will really get done.

  • [32] January 29, 2015 at 2:40pm

    From there, she began Googling churches along the interstate located near the cities she planned to visit, being especially careful to select churches that “all shared the same statement of faith.” This meant eliminating Catholic, Mormon and Seventh-Day Adventist churches so that she could focus more on other houses of worship in the Protestant realm that shared streamlined theological sentiments.
    In other words, she went to progressive churches that allow women to be pastors, eliminating those that stand by I Timothy 3: 1-7. I have yet to figure out how a woman can be the husband of one wife. The verses are gender specific. I Timothy 2:11-12 is clear about women usurping authority over men in the church. I know this is not popular scripture for a lot of people, but you either believe in God’s Word, or you make your own interpretation to correspond with the desires of you heart.

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  • January 29, 2015 at 2:12pm

    Yeah Monk, I don’t read no cursive.

  • [6] January 29, 2015 at 2:05pm

    Saw a girl in Walmart once. Her name was spelled A..hole. Asked her how she pronounced it, she said “As-sho-lee”. Never the less, 4 years of free stuff ain’t a bad payoff.

  • [8] January 29, 2015 at 1:23pm

    This guy is an Egyptian born, former reporter for CNN and Al Jazeera. Not much of a surprise that he would call Chris Kyle a racist. To hate those that are hell bent on killing you or your buddies, and wanting to kill them first, that’s called war. There aren’t to many left, but I’m sure that there were WWII Vets, that on returning home, would have been, by today’s PC standards,called racist. I can’t picture a bunch of Taliban soldiers sitting around the campfire talking about how much they love and admire the American Soldiers sent there to kill them. Would this dip wad call them racist?
    I don’t think Joe’s comment about coming back after the break and “letting him kick around Santa” was a cheap shot. To bad Chris isn’t here to confront these idiots, not to defend himself, there would be no need of that, but to see how much bravado they could muster when confronted by a true hero.

  • [20] January 29, 2015 at 10:56am

    Why, in Heavens name, aren’t these people excommunicated from the Catholic Church immediately. Isn’t it amazing that anytime an individual or group, when accepting what they know to be wrong, always invoke Matthew 7:1 Judge not, that ye be not judged. They use this scripture like a shield, believing it absolves them from guilt when accepting something they clearly know is wrong. In context, the verse is telling us not to judge hypocritically. Make sure that you are not guilty of unrighteous behavior before judging others. Remove the beam from your own eye before ‘judging’ a person with a mote in theirs, we are, in fact, in Luke 6:43, told to be fruit inspectors, judging good or bad fruit. I believers, as evidenced in his own words, and because of his long term service in the political arena, sold his soul (conscience) for political, but most likely, financial gain.
    “while I have deep respect for people on both sides of this conversation, I would be abandoning my own conscience and judgment if I held a position that I no longer believed appropriate.”
    He certainly has abandoned any moral compass he ever had.

  • January 29, 2015 at 9:52am

    I was asked if I understood English. Not only do I understand it, but have a pretty good vocabulary and knowledge of word definitions. You say I shouldn’t mistake tolerance with acceptance, but Webster’s Dictionary clearly defines tolerance as : willingness to accept feelings, habits, or beliefs that are different from your own. For that reason, I have a real problem with people that say we should tolerate the LBGT lifestyle. Mr. Oaks cited several examples of the rabid intolerance shown to Christians that have refused service to gays based on Christian Conscience, but you are saying we should tolerate the lifestyle. Mr. Oaks took it a step further saying we should respect it. That is the point I was making. We can neither tolerate it, accept it or most definitely never “respect” it.

  • January 28, 2015 at 5:57pm

    In short, the compromise was for him to say that the sin of homosexuality (sexual orientation) should respected just like race or gender and not rejected as sin. I never said it would, like adultery or fornication, be accepted in the church, but once compromise starts, where does it stop?

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