User Profile: bigglesworth

bigglesworth

Member Since: November 03, 2010

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  • [4] March 26, 2015 at 3:52pm

    I enjoyed the tweet comparing Boehner to an oompa loompa. He seemed unfamiliar with the reference though. I guess Roald Dahl’s book must be on his “get around to reading it one day” shelf along with the Constitution.

  • [14] March 26, 2015 at 3:00pm

    Actually, I just had a realization. Mr. Hayes is also potentially guilty of discrimination against women in the audience who may not be as attractive as the woman he shamelessly objectified. Did he learn nothing from his years as a child where everyone was given participation awards. I realize that he has natural talent and undoubtedly worked hard to foster that talent and likely deserved any award received, but what about his peers? Did he ever tell a slacker and likely future welfare recipient “good job” or did he only only offer that sort of encouragement to other kids that worked hard in school or sports? And what of the other females in the audience? Does he not realize the damage he’s inflicted on those other women’s psyches!?! This man is a monster!!!

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  • [19] March 26, 2015 at 1:22pm

    Mr. Hayes needs to issue a national apology! That kind of insensitive, chauvinistic and sexist behavior needs to be answered for! How dare he comments on a lovely woman’s appearance! Has he no empathy for the opposite sex. I’m certainly this pretty lady must feel objectified, perhaps even violated. We, as citizens of the world, cannot allow talented young men to offer compliments to beautiful women.

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  • [47] March 26, 2015 at 1:01pm

    Term limits… That’s all I’ll say…

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  • [2] March 26, 2015 at 10:31am

    Suicide was my first thought. I think he (the copilot) is an Adam Lanza – type individual whom was mentally unstable and snapped. Maybe his girlfriend broke it off or his pet goldfish died, whatever… something set him off and he decided he’s going to kill himself and make sure he’s remembered by everyone for doing it.

  • [21] March 25, 2015 at 7:14pm

    @DLV
    RJJ has a good point. Think of it as an inoculation. Each exposure in small doses slowly builds up an immunity to progressivism :)

  • March 24, 2015 at 4:25pm

    I’m wondering when the PC police are going to come after physicists and others in the scientific community for describing black holes as “black”. I mean that term is probably racist; It sure sounds racist. Those physicists are probably racists too. Don’t even get me started on dark matter.

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  • [8] March 22, 2015 at 7:53pm

    Ugh… I really don’t have the patience for progressives today… so EFF-YUE Moonbeam!!!!

  • [3] March 22, 2015 at 5:14pm

    Senator McCain… thank you for your services to this country… but respectfully… EFF-YUE! And EFF-YUE too Obama.

  • [16] March 21, 2015 at 2:17pm

    I believe that the U.N. should be turned into Obama’s presidential library. A crumbling building that once housed a failed “quasi” governing body perfectly symbolizes his presidency.

  • [3] March 21, 2015 at 2:05pm

    If only the ISIS animals had jobs…

  • March 18, 2015 at 2:22pm

    Good gracious… how old does a woman need to be for you not to consider men attracted to them pedophiles… 90???!!! She may have a bit of a baby face, but as VE stated, she said she’s 25 and it’s not at all unusual for people to look younger than they actually are.

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  • [3] March 15, 2015 at 9:46pm

    **sigh** If only Abu Muhammad al-Adnani and his pals had jobs… then they wouldn’t have this compulsion to destroy government facilities and famous landmarks. Not to worry though, we know the President and the State Department are on top of it.

  • [2] March 12, 2015 at 1:13pm

    Interesting that Lurch used gravity in his example, considering that we’re still not sure why something that goes up must come down. Newton’s Theory of Universal Gravitation, stated (and I realize this is a bit simplistic, but given the 1000 character limitation…) that gravity is a force caused by an object’s mass. This was a widely held belief until the early 20th century. Next Einstein theorized that gravity was not a force at all but the result of an object curving space-time. Again this was widely accepted until recently. Now physicists believe gravity may be caused by particles (gravitons) and/or gravitational waves. So the science on gravity isn’t completely settled either.

  • [1] March 5, 2015 at 1:37pm

    Considering it was a Ford, the engine probably burned itself up. The so called “LASER” was simply a flashlight…. I kid… I kid

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  • [13] February 27, 2015 at 2:01pm

    Spock and Bones can now bicker and trade barbs in Heaven. RIP Mr. Nimoy.

    In reply to the story Legendary 'Star Trek' Actor Dies

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  • February 26, 2015 at 11:54am

    I’m impressed… and a bit aroused…

  • [27] February 25, 2015 at 7:17pm

    This was all over LA conservative talk shows a couple years ago (yes there are conservatives in CA). John and Ken interviewed Mr. Jamiel Shaw Sr. many times. Jamiel Shaw Jr. was a star high school football running back. From everything I’ve heard, he was a great athlete, great student and all around good kid. He probably would have had a full ride through college via a football scholarship. He was murdered by Pedro Espinosa, an illegal alien and member of the 18th Street Gang who had just been release from LA county jail for assault with a deadly weapon 1 day before the murder. Espinosa had confused Jamiel’s Spiderman backpack for the Rolling-20s gang color (Jamiel absolutely had no gang affiliation… other than maybe Marvel superheroes) and killed him in cold blood.

    As many have posted Mr. Shaw’s testimony flies in the face of the progressive narrative of illegals only wanting jobs. God bless Mr. Shaw. I know nothing can take away the pain of losing your child, but at least Jamiel’s in a better place…

    and Pedro Espinosa will never be…

  • [2] February 25, 2015 at 1:54pm

    I don’t believe George W. Bush was a very good president (though certainly better than the current one). He had the opportunity to do a lot of good for this country. With a Republican controlled House and Senate for most of his term, Bush and congress could have taken steps to cut spending (and the national debt), reign in the FIRE sector and allow US businesses to compete in the “global” market by cleaning up much of the unneeded regulations and government bureaucracy. He did cut taxes, which was good, but government and it’s insatiable desire to spend never slowed down. Had he taken a page from Silent Cal’s and the Gipper’s book (though Reagan didn’t necessary cut spending either), he could have been a great president. I do, however, believe he is a good man, a patriot and a class act.

  • [2] February 13, 2015 at 3:49pm

    @BryanB

    My thoughts exactly

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