User Profile: Astalavistababy


Member Since: July 02, 2011


  • March 19, 2014 at 4:07pm

    Maybe he should have used the Biden Doctrine and just fired two shotgun blasts into the air. No need to dispatch anyone. When someone calls 911 and says they just heard two shotgun blasts, the operator can calmly tell them that’s a neighbor deploying the Biden Doctrine and not to worry. Save the local police a lot of embarrassment and resources.

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  • March 19, 2014 at 3:30pm

    Reminds me of American History X character Derek Vinyard. Probably has a poster of him up on his bedroom wall.

  • March 16, 2014 at 11:58am

    They should have refunded this guys money without any issue. They should also have their safety policies available at the front gate before entering the park. I’m sure Jackel could have looked this up on Six Flags website before going. I can’t believe it didn’t cross his mind that he may not be allowed on some rides that he might be thrown from for his own safety. No reason to reduce the guy to tears. Bad management. If they were smart, they would modify or introduce exciting rides for our wounded vets.

  • March 14, 2014 at 6:33pm

    I wouldn’t recommend it. Only if you are ordered to get out of the vehicle.

  • March 13, 2014 at 5:13pm

    They didn’t tell you the deputy was only 24 years old. How experienced could he be? I couldn’t count the shots he fired, but sounded like he emptied his weapon and only hit Mr. Canipe once. Where did the other shots go? He’s lucky he didn’t shoot the old lady in the back of the head or someone in the oncoming traffic. Deputy Knox needs more training. Canipe lived, but he should not have gotten out of his truck. He probably thought he could talk his way out of ticket if the officer saw him with a cane. Knox needs to find another line of work.

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  • March 12, 2014 at 3:21pm

    As long as we are speculating…It’s hard to believe the NSA, CIA or US Military that is monitoring the air space and the air waves have no knowledge of this with all our technology. In 1983 when the Soviets shot down Korean Air 007, American officials knew what happened and who did it but didn’t come forward for days with the proof. The Soviets denied it for days until the Reagan Administration provided the audio of the exchange between he Soviet ground commander and the interceptor pilot. That’s when the Ruskies came clean. Back then everyone seemed surprised by our capability. Even in 1983 we were listening in and it’s only gotten better since then. I think a small group of military and gov officials know what happened but can’t say for fear of revealing how we know and the blowback that would surely follow.

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  • March 10, 2014 at 2:29pm

    The article must be referring to Black Christians. I have 3 kids and all worked the local restaurants in high school and college. They all said Black customers were the worst tippers and customers. They were the most demanding and rude. They would often sit in groups of ten or more then want the check split up 6 ways to get around the 18 or 20% gratuity for large parties. They are also the most likely to complain to the management, hoping to get their meal comp’d. If I owned a restaurant I wouldn’t hesitate to ask them to leave if they treated any of my staff rudely. The problem today is that too many managers are afraid to confront them.

  • February 21, 2014 at 4:36pm

    Lazy Fat A$$ Cops. They should be fired from the force. That isn’t anyway to treat a citizen. She was no threat. If that was my daughter I’d be suing the Austin Police Dept.

  • November 23, 2013 at 2:21pm

    So what is Governor Kasich (a conservative) and the state assembly ( controlled by republicans) doing to uphold and protect Mr. Washington’s constitutional rights, that are being violated by the out of control thugs wearing badges in a democrat stronghold of Cleveland? What good does it do for Republicans to have power if they are not willing to use it to protect people from government abuse. Even the Attorney General in Ohio is a republican. You’d think with all these republicans in power they would be able to right a wrong without this guy having to sue the city of Cleveland to get his gun back.

  • July 8, 2013 at 9:49pm

    First of all, I couldn’t understand a damb word the cop was saying. Good thing there was English Subtitles with the video. I’m glad I wasn’t driving through that check point, because when he got to my car I probably would have started laughing. I would have asked him to repeat everything he said to me, until I understood what he was saying. Then he would have thought I was drunk or on drugs, which would have made me laugh even more. Having said that, both the driver and the cops went too far.

  • July 6, 2013 at 6:12pm

    No one wants to hear what Gibbs has to say. They already know what he’s going to say. He’s preaching to the choir. This is nothing more than a open pay off to loyal dems like Gibbs to keep them on the reservation. The people that he is speaking to are already democrat organizations and party backers. He’s not changing anyones mind or telling them inside information. Obama picks up the phone and puts the word out to take care of his boy Gibbs or any other ex official. It’s a pay off to keep their mouths shut regarding any scandals or dirt they have. Keep them happy until Obama’s out of office and beyond. There is no way they would pull down that much cash unless it was already sanctioned from the guy at the top.

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  • July 5, 2013 at 6:25pm

    The jury won’t have the guts to acquit Zimmerman. They will find him guilty on a lesser charge because they are afraid to acquit him. Afraid for their own safety and they don’t want to be responsible for rioting in south Florida. They will take the cowardly way out and find him guilty of manslaughter, which will be overturned on appeal. So in the end, Zimmerman will walk after an Appeals court overturns the verdict. He may eventually win, but he will be broke, bankrupt, in debt, unemployed and ruined. The message will have been sent by the government to gun owners. You may have a right to own one, but if you use it to protect yourself, we will prosecute you and ruin your life. Message sent and received.

  • July 5, 2013 at 6:15pm

    The judge is in the tank for the prosecution. She has her thumb on the scale of justice. I would hope that the Governor and Florida Attorney General are watching and will take appropriate action if this judge has crossed any legal or ethical lines during this trial. They have every right to pick up the phone and let her know that her rulings are being looked at and that she will have to answer to a judicial review committee to see if she is fit to be a judge.

  • April 29, 2013 at 2:41pm

    The story says NBC late night host. Isn’t he actually at TBS? He used to be an NBC years ago. Maybe they meant “Former NBC late night host”

  • March 5, 2013 at 5:51pm

    Senate Republicans justify these appointments by saying “the President gets to pick his cabinet”, so they quote, give him wide latitude or deference. I say BS. Their job is to advise and consent. If they are just going to rubber stamp all comers then no one is unqualified for these positions. We need to have higher standards no matter who the president is or what party he belongs to. I thought republicans were going to block him unless they get answers on Benghazi? Business as usual in Washington.

  • March 5, 2013 at 5:21pm

    Burn in hell Hugo…and while your there, say hi to Ted Kennedy, John Murtha and Robert Byrd. Tell them Nancy and Harry aren’t too far behind.

  • February 27, 2013 at 7:54pm

    The democrats are exploiting this guy. If Heslin believes what he is saying, then he is as dumb as he looks and sounds. He’s obviously not the sharpest tool in the shed, but the dems have no problem trotting him out there to do their bidding. He’s a useful idiot to the democrats and a willing participant. Maybe he’s been told that Tom Hanks will play him when they release the Sandy Hook movie. He’s a low info voter who votes for these goons, who would tell him how to live his life and he’s be happy to accept it.

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  • February 27, 2013 at 7:42pm

    Mr Heflin is too stupid to know that he is being used as a useful idiot by the left. I listened to his testimony and found it lacking in thought. Just a bunch of rambling on about guns he obviously knows nothing about. It was a sad and pathetic performance. I’m sorry he lost his son. It was a tragedy. But what he and the dems are trying to do, would not have prevented Adam Lanza from killing those kids. Mr Heflin’s thinking is being guided by emotion not logic. Knock off the weeping too, I’m not buying it. There were 19 other parents who lost their child and the dems have to settle for a misinformed and grieving Mr. Heflin to carry out their anti-gun campaign.

  • February 3, 2013 at 1:40pm

    There’s no double Wallace treated Mark Kelly with deference and respect but did not extend the same courtesy to Mr. LaPierre. But LaPierre has been the spokeman for the NRA for 22 years and the NRA is routinely villanized by the media. LaPierre brings this on himself by not being preparred. He’s just not good at being interviewed and he hurts the NRA by being the face of the NRA. That’s why the NRA should get a new spokesman.

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  • February 3, 2013 at 1:17pm

    LaPierre invites the kind of treatment he gets on these programs. He’s easy to slap around because he is not prepared and just not good at it. So guys like Wallace and Schieffer and Gregory can’t resist to take shots at him. LaPierre needs to hire a debate coach if he continues to insist he be the spokesman for the NRA. Maybe hire a PR firm and find a new spokesperson. How about someone who is telegenic with a smile and with good body language. The guy looks so uncomfortable, like he’s having a prostate exam while he’s struggling to make his case.