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  • [1] February 15, 2015 at 5:17am

    I had a wonderful Golden Retriever. She’s waiting for me ‘at the gate’ now.
    She was very affectionate, and showed me often by licking my face: starting at my chin and moving all the way to my forehead….I had to blow my nose after she was finished!

    To add a afterthought..

    Nowhere did I see anything about the religion of Islam mentioned in the post. Just wonder why a troll named ‘Ahmed’ (1st page) would be inspired and insulted enough to wiz on our posts about pets.

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  • [3] February 12, 2015 at 11:29am

    Dr. Zhivago
    …..omg, those beautiful. brown eyes!
    Right up there is Casablanca. (Turn around, please, turn around!)

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  • [2] February 12, 2015 at 11:02am

    That is so funny/true! Note: you can also say that about democrats, atheists, and EBT cardholders!

  • [1] February 11, 2015 at 8:50am

    Yes, it is ‘their right’ to have an opinion about the movie American Sniper (even if they’ve not seen the movie).
    This right is guaranteed by the lives of the men and women of the American military; some who’ve died, others who’ve come home to live in physcial and/or mental pain.
    When a man with narcissistic and self aggrandizing disorders is allowed to degrade this country’s military community, starting with simply opening his mouth (to speak), continuing to spread unsupported factoids, it becomes difficult to be respectful of his right of ‘freedom of speech’
    Just like It’s ‘my right’ to say “If Joe Biden had a son…”

    Aww, that’s not very nice to Joe.

  • [34] February 10, 2015 at 6:47am

    I wonder if she suspected something was wrong since she had the camera set up.
    I am so glad she learned of this man’s behavior before they had children.
    It seems evil is becoming such a prominent behavior in today’s society. It’s frightening.

    But that is such a beautiful photo of her with her pet!

  • [5] February 9, 2015 at 1:35pm

    If this was an experiment in social or political sciences, it certain reflects the immaturity of the students, which is not unusual for children this age who’s politics are driven by emotion instead of facts.
    The problem Is where the professors should be leading these students to think in a more mature and analytical view are themselves firmly stuck the same immature, emotion driven view point of the world and it’s social issues.
    This is why we now have people who live in Seattle who must now compose their food leftovers in their own yard (just wait until their child is bitten by a rabid rat or dog attracted by the compost pile.
    This include the states which have passed the use of recreational pot, neglecting to look further into the issue to find it is illegal for banks to handle cash used in drug related transactions.
    And we must remember the surrounding states who must deal with DUI issues from those states who have legalized pot.

    And most important of all, where are the professors, dean and regents when a ugly and overtly racist, and dangerous situation such as this is allowed to get this far?

  • February 7, 2015 at 7:53pm

    Whip and Sarge: Don’t let LS get to you; it’s a troll that sounds a lot like: A Servant of Allah, Dr. Mohammad, and a few other accounts, which if researched are likely one person posting under multiple avatars. Or they may be bratty liberal college snotfaces who pick up extra credit from their liberal professors for annoying bloggers to conservative news sites. It picks a story and begins to wiz on every post, and if you read it’s comment page, comments become a circular argument that simply strives to annoy Blazers. Don’t take the bait; it’s not as smart as it thinks it is.
    BTW, yes NRA is a strong advocate of maintaining skills and routinely exercise muscle memory. Having a yearlong recovery from a trauma accident (and missing a bodacious ski season) I am taking a refresher course, not just the skills, but the legalities as well.
    I will protect myself, and my family….and if I have enough rounds remaining….the people that don’t want to talk to the bad guy about his ‘feelings’.

  • [2] February 7, 2015 at 6:18pm

    How sad. He has what some journalists would consider ‘The’ job.
    As the American public we have so much information, factoids and Josh Earnest thrown at us, all we ask for is the truth.
    No flare, no fanfare, no fireworks; just a reliable source of the truth.
    And yet you call it an issue of ‘becoming the story’, ‘misremembering’, will you ever really say the word – and please don’t use ‘’misspeak”.
    This is as serious as a CIC which has decided to spend the last 2 years of the presidency playing the golf courses of the world.
    We just wanted the truth.

  • February 6, 2015 at 6:56am

    Noted, Thanks.
    I wanted to focused on the fact this ‘constitutional scholar’ was using ancient historical Christian atrocities in an effort to divert attention away from the current savagery occurring in this region.
    I cannot understand why this president will not call this evil for what it is, Islamic extremism. When he will not honestly address this perverted killing spree for what it is, how can the American public trust in his ability to do this job?

  • [1] February 5, 2015 at 4:45pm

    I knew it, I knew he would drag this crime into today’s Prayer Breakfast, and attempt to justify it.
    Red herring.
    Dragging past atrocities into the conversation cannot justify today’s IS psychopathy.
    Nope, you can’t write off evil that easily, and shame on you for even trying.
    Yet, we expected it.

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  • [2] February 5, 2015 at 1:03pm

    Glenn, Thank you for posting this video. Sometimes it takes visual aids to emphasize the absolute astounding level of evil that is thriving among us.
    My deepest sympathy to the father, mother and country of this man who was killed in this unimaginable way. He is a hero for Jordan and should be a clear warning for the rest of the world.
    We are not psychopaths so it is impossible to imagine how humans can think and behave in this way.
    This demonstrates one very important point: if we don’t do something now, something decisive, this evil with no head and no tail, which is expanding exponentially at a breakneck speed, will become a group we will be unable to contain and destroy without using unimaginable force.

  • [1] February 4, 2015 at 5:41pm

    No, the video has not damage the ISIL image in the Muslim world.
    When did al-Shalabi witness Islam as a religion of mercy and tolerance? The soldiers who claim to be devout followers Islam seem to have a habit of killing men who are fighting right next to them.
    I saw the photo of the father of this pilot. It was painful to see a man who begged for his son’s life, to know he was killed, and killed in this heinous way. It was a photograph that symbolize every father that lost his son in war, including this horrendous massacre in Iraq. The difference is the men (and women) who are fighting under the ISIL flag are an army of psychopaths. And they seem to have endless ideas of how to torture and massacre fellow Muslims as well as coalition forces.
    This group cannot be brought to the negotiation table, because this is an evil with no head and no tail.
    It doesn’t talk, it only knows to kill, and if we cannot be as proactive as Jordan (the ‘other’ tribe) and get the CIC off the golf course and do the job he was placed there to do…and I don’t mean the ‘phone and pen’ job, we will see this happen to American forces.

  • [2] February 4, 2015 at 4:12pm

    Abed, you are buying into the victimization trend, don’t start that, it only makes you look like a whining liberal candy —.
    Delta, like most U.S. Airlines, has retired the staff that understood customer service was a corner stone of businesses. The ideal is to increase the $ amount on the ‘bottom line’.
    Now they employ people who are from temporary services, underpaid, and have adopted the ‘rude and crude to everyone’ – especially toward the people who spent their careers building these airlines into the company that employs them today.
    Customer service is an obsolete concept today, and it runs through almost every company in the United States that has real people who answer phones, interacts with customers, or come from temp agencies.
    Try talking to the CSR people who handle the Blaze’s subscriptions and merchandise…no difference.
    Oh and FYI: check out the story about Comcast.
    So, unless your long title and legal position can help you reach the COO, CEO, or the Grand Poopa of any corporation understand this is a good place to start their reorganization attempts to increase profits and win that ‘JD Powers Award’.
    Or just sit back and learn how it feels to be a real American.

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  • [1] January 30, 2015 at 5:24am

    Well stated.

    The only thing that disturbs me is a woman making a decision to become involved with a man of this caliber.

  • [3] January 29, 2015 at 6:47pm

    I saw the movie yesterday.
    This movie was not a war movie, and certainly not entertainment.
    It was the emotional journey of a man that cared about his fellow soldiers and was dedicated to protecting their lives. Each each injury, death and save became apart of his soul – and the pain he carried because he could not save every one of them.

    When the little boy struggled to pick up the grenade launcher from a dead terrorist, I nearly cried, because I knew Chris would need to make a decision about his next move if that child chose to use it.
    And again I nearly cried with joy when the child threw it to the ground and ran away. And so did Chris.
    The movie emphasized every decision Chris made when he used that gun as a sniper as a deeply meditated decision.
    When the last scene showed the man waiting at Kris’s truck and he kissing Tess goodbye, I was frightened about what the next scene was going to be….
    Instead it was even more emotional.
    As the movie went to the credits, and people began to leave, the audience was reverently quiet, no one talked and everyone walked out of the theatre as if we were in that Texas Cowboy stadium…
    mourning the loss of a man who gave his all.

  • January 28, 2015 at 7:48am

    …and just think, if I adopted this baby tomorrow (and made him shave everyday) he would still be a Christian. And I would adopt this beautiful child in a heartbeat.

  • [2] January 28, 2015 at 7:20am

    Obama is a Muslim, why would he, or Mrs. Obama start a international incident over a head scarf? In the Arab arid and windy environment it’s a good item to have and wear to protect hair and skin.
    And as my son tells me, sand is an element of the air in that region. It’s a ‘gritty smog’ condition.

    Yet, Obama will bow to an Arab king.

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  • [5] January 27, 2015 at 4:04pm

    As angry as I am reading this intentional snubbing, I know Netanyahu realized long ago exactly what Obama is – and I’m glad I don’t see his deceitful face in the national photographs. He has no place in such a reverent and heartbreaking memorial
    He can go to the memorial of a Saudi King, but snub a honest, and faithful nation that will answer the phone at 3 a.m.

  • [2] January 27, 2015 at 3:42pm

    Dana, you will never get this point across to people who are now union members. Chaos is the calling card of most unions and I wonder how anything is accomplished at some of the airports I’ve been through.

    I bought a beautiful well-made pen and pencil set for my military son out of the same type polished casings you had shown. We were still living on the east coast and were going to visit him on his birthday. One of the first things I did was put this in my carry all hand bag-I didn’t want to forget this gift.
    The TSA did not notice this item, but noticed the liquids I had in my carry-on exceeded the limits – I had packed my husband’s 3-1-1 along side my 3-1-1.
    Wow, I’m glad they caught this dangerous mistake.

  • January 26, 2015 at 11:16am

    I do not care for MM films. I’ve only watched enough to know these things are not quality work, and certain not worth the time spent to watch.

    MM has not been active for some years, and his wife finally ditched him.
    He is alone, broke and possibly looking for his next project….will he make the NRA, Tea Party, Conservatives, and Christians his next target?
    For heaven’s sake don’t talk to him – he has this power of editing him films – purposely to make people appear cringingly stupid.

    Remember a few years ago he was planning a ‘documentary’ on pharmaceuticals? Apparently someone let the news leak and companies put him on the list as a BOLO (not difficult). So that project fell flat.

    This man should be dropped into DAESH territory and told to make a movie……and let the movie begin.

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