User Profile: auhunter

auhunter

Member Since: March 22, 2012

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  • May 8, 2013 at 3:13pm

    I would say good but not excellent. More reporter’s opinion than fact. I’m curious as to what she teaches at Columbia. Maybe more of Ayers Socialist Doctrine.

  • May 8, 2013 at 2:53pm

    I’m not a trained 911 operator and the man was excited, but I picked up on all the pertinent information to send a patrol car NOW, not an hour later. If these hoods had gotten a little more spine and returned the clerk may well have been dead when the cops arrived.

  • May 6, 2013 at 2:47pm

    Why worry about cremation? He deserves burial, in an unmarked grave known only to the mortician and the administrator of the grave yard. If the parents don’t like that ship him back home and let the parents worry about it.

  • April 27, 2013 at 5:10pm

    You’re right they don’t. And if a number of students corroborated Harvey’s son’s story, then I would say he was telling the truth, and if the teacher picked out certain students to write this particular sentence, then yes, she was trying to indoctrinate or brainwash them into believing this as fact. To do something like this to a child in fourth grade is unforgivable. She should at the very lest be given a letter of reprimand. Me, I would prefer to see her fired.

  • April 23, 2013 at 1:50pm

    Yeah, cameras are a great thing. They really helped in preventing the Marathon Bombings. It’s the same thing as a 911 call. The cops arrive in time to clean up the mess and take reports. They do make it easier to identify who did the crime but nothing to prevent it. In the Boston incident if they had had dogs sweeping the area before an during the race they could have prevented it. We’re still of the mind set it can’t happen here. We were wrong, it can and will again. Where in the US on this date would have been the best place to strike for high casualty count and create fear and chaos? The finish line of the marathon! I didn’t see any cops until after the bombs exploded, again to little to late.

  • April 23, 2013 at 1:23pm

    “Sis” doesn’t have a truth meter, as high as it goes is a “white lie”.

  • March 25, 2013 at 2:07pm

    Some say he should have taken the drop and played out from there. Score would have been the same. Now instead, he has a large crowd following, and the greatest shot ever. I think from the camera angle he either tweaked his ankle or knee on that drop from the tree. A well played game none the less and a large fan base, waiting for his next claim to fame.

  • February 26, 2013 at 5:11pm

    It’s not listening to MSM that’s the problem it’s listening to themselves. They keep repeating the same mantra so often they actually believe it is true. How do you get in debt, spending beyond your means, then borrowing and spending more. So Bush had a 4 T debt, now we have a 16 T debt and by some pundits figures, the actual debt is around 30 T in debt. I would say we DEFINITELY have a spending problem. We borrow a Trillion from the Chinese and then loan it, or a good portion of it, to Egypt or some other country, not an ally. And the administration really expects to be paid back, ASININE.

  • February 26, 2013 at 4:44pm

    No we don’t register guns, but every hand gun purchase by federal law requires a background check, supposedly to keep criminals from buying them. Problem with that thinking is that criminals don’t buy from registered dealers, they buy out of the back of someones car. Another thing is not only have his rights to purchase been revoked, his rights of ownership under the 2nd Amendment have been revoked, based on a liberal decision of the courts. Hopefully with the Foundation behind him, he will eventually win out. I sincerely hope so as it will set a precedent that will last for ever.

  • February 26, 2013 at 3:18pm

    Why would I pay 500 K to see this clown in person, even if I had it to blow.? I see or hear his stand up routine on a daily basis now, why expose myself to more pain.

  • February 26, 2013 at 3:11pm

    I see no problem with this ruling. It would be nice if all the states recognized each others gun permits but they don’t. The way to get around that as in the Colorado case, if your permit is recognized in another state that is recognized by Colorado. get one there and you are covered. Get a permit that is recognized by the majority of the states you travel in or through and you have all your bases covered. Like Arizona, I believe we recognize permits from most states and ours is recognized by at lest 30 states, the exceptions being the Northeast. If you want to carry all the time, check the laws of the states you are going to be traveling through first and save yourself the hassle. Common sense my man.

  • February 19, 2013 at 3:10pm

    If I won’t register my guns in the US, why would anyone think I will do it for Mexico.

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  • February 19, 2013 at 2:32pm

    Will, I’m with you on this one. If the US would mandate that corporations who outsource jobs to foreign countries like Mexico, or build plants in those countries, would pay at least half of the US minimum wage, there would be no need for them to come here. Not only would it be a boost to the people but to the countries tax base as well.

  • February 19, 2013 at 1:43pm

    Remember Pelosi “You have to sign it to find out what’s in it”. I doubt if the bill will fly, it was stupid in the first place, but for the originator to sign it, before reading the final language was not only asinine, but dereliction of duty.

  • February 9, 2013 at 12:43pm

    “drag him in”, you were told that to. That’s what a deputy in Washington told me once, drag him in at least half way through the door, then we are both covered. No warning shots, because then I will have to arrest you for reckless discharge of gun. Unfortunately that is what this guy is going to be charged with, hope the judge is lenient. Either way if the charge sticks, his right of ownership just went down the tubes. Unfortunately for this guy the charge will probably stick. The threat on his life disappeared as soon as the man turned his back on him, whether he dropped the crowbar or not. He could be charged with anything from aggravated assault with a deadly weapon to attempted murder . TURKEY13, where did you come up with this halt 3 times idea. It is not required by anyone. If a cop hollers it, it is because the criminal is running away from him and legally he can’t shoot the man in the back unless he committed or attempted to commit murder and still has his weapon. For the guy who claims it is legal in his state to shoot a fleeing criminal in the back. I would check for that law very closely or talk to a DA. As an ex-LEO, I don’t know of any state that allows that, of course I don’t know the finer points of the law in every state, but if there is ever a chance that something like that should come up for you, you had better be on solid ground before you shoot.

  • February 3, 2013 at 3:27pm

    You can say that again. 1. He doesn’t have line of sight. Notice his head is forward an down slightly, her is seeing more ground than a sight picture. 2. The puff of smoke back from the muzzle. Some suggested a ported barrel, to reduce recoil. If that were the case there would be 4 puffs of smoke surrounding the barrel. Small amount o muzzle blast would indicate either a 20 gauge or 410. 3. The mounting of the gun is way off. The **** should be well down in the socket of the shoulder. 4. He is right handed, at lest every photo I’ve seen of him signing paperwork he has used his right hand. Since he is right handed, he is also most likely right eye dominant in which case he would be mounting the gun to the right shoulder not the left. The way he is holding the gun and the position of his head, he would be shooting under his target, and if really lucky might get 2 out of 10, most likely miss all. Shooting Trap or Skeet, with a double barrel, either side by side or over under, you seldom ever get a second shot unless you are rally good. Ex-fire arms instructor.

  • January 29, 2013 at 4:06pm

    My question is why does anyone think she should apologize for her comments? She didn’t call him a liar, though he probably is, she just insinuated, gave an opinion. They do have a nice range there though, but I doubt if he knows the difference between skeet and trap shooting, except that his trap is always shooting. Easy fix, invite him on the show sometime along with a pro shooter, preferably someone just coming off a tour to give credibility to his being there. Broach the subject, then sit back and and watch the feathers fly.

  • January 22, 2013 at 2:35pm

    The Pats are an excellent team, maybe even a great team, but Welker isn’t all that great a player. I don’t catch all the Pat’s games, but the ones I’ve seen he has missed or bobbled a lot more passes than he has caught. I’ll say one thing for them though, they are lucky. In the last game the ref’s missed 3 fouls, one a personal, I herd the helmets crack on my TV. They also got 2 first downs that should have been called short, due to the runner going out of bounds 1 or 2 yards short, neither were called. And NO I’m not a Niner’s fan, though I will pick them to win the Bowl. I pick winners and losers by their past performance against the team they are playing that day, taking into account any injuries to either team. This year I’ve hit 8 out of 10, including last week, but I was worried about a loss.

  • January 21, 2013 at 5:21pm

    I was there for the launch and the recovery, if they didn’t go to the moon, where were they during that time. We weren’t tacking them at any of the massive telemetry sites NASA had around the world at that time except by radio. in which there was a considerable time delay between transmission and receipt. NASA wouldn’t have blown all that money on a hoax, knowing that sooner or later the truth would have come out and they would have been shut down. Where did they get the rock they brought back, they didn’t have it when they left, and they sure as hell didn’t stop at any rock and gem shop along the way. I participated in either the launch or recovery of every mission up to the first launch of Discovery. They were all for real, with all the hazards and mishaps along the way.

  • January 12, 2013 at 3:42am

    They like any other business in the country has the right to refuse you service. They DO NOT have the right however, to withhold your funds already on deposit. That money does not belong to them, they are just the caretaker of it until you need it. They are no different than a kids Piggy Bank, except they charge you for their service.