User Profile: bigglesworth


Member Since: November 03, 2010


  • [7] August 28, 2015 at 9:55am

    As others have stated, Alison Parker and Adam Ward, much like Kate Steinle, were white and killed by a minority. He will say absolutely nothing about it as:

    1) It doesn’t fit his worldview.
    2) There’s nothing to gain politically nor advance the far left narrative.

    It’s obvious Obama couldn’t care less about Alison, Adam or Kate, but here’s the thing; I doubt he really cares about Travon Martin, Michael Brown or all those poor souls killed in Charleston. Obama is a sociopath. He has no conscience.

  • [2] August 25, 2015 at 1:57pm

    Love it. Bless you Mrs. Hubbard.

  • [9] August 8, 2015 at 10:23am

    I still don’t see how Megyn Kelly’s question was out of line. It would have been asked, either in another debate or by the NYT or some other media outlet. For all the Trump supporters, better to shake out any skeletons in the closet early. I don’t think Kelly’s question or his response really hurt Trump in the long run (the Rosie O’Donnell quip was pretty funny). In regard to Carly Fiorina, my impression is that, like Trump, she speaks her mind. I don’t get the “war on women” or a feminist vibe from her. As a point of fact, in her closing statement (leaked by a Rand Paul staffer before), she used the pronoun “he”, not “she” to describe the person assuming the presidency as I recall. And I don’t know how anyone can say that she’s a progressive. Everything I’ve read about her (including her newest book: Rising to the Challenge) makes her out to be a conservative and a capitalist; But she really doesn’t have a record in the public and political arena so who knows.
    Anyway, Ms. Fiorina (along with Rubio and Cruz) is one of my top contenders that I’m hoping makes it as the Republican nominee. As far as Trump, personally I don’t feel that he’s a serious contender. There’s too much baggage and he not been specific on addressing any of the issues (particularly the border wall he intends Mexico to pay for). However I’m glad he’s there; He’s adding some much needed pizazz to the GOP primaries and offering the other candidates exposure that they may not get were he not there

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  • August 6, 2015 at 5:55pm

    Dr. Carson is my guess as well.

  • August 5, 2015 at 4:39pm

    Certainly Trump is familiar the term “supply chain”. The fact is this supply chain has been built up in China, Mexico and India and dismantled here in the U.S. Various companies spent billions of dollars and decades building this supply network and it’s unlikely that they’re just going to bring it back to our shores overnight. If taxes were lowered and regulations relaxed you would see an immediate boost in small business hiring, but the large corporate manufacturing jobs (think Caterpillar, GM, etc…) would take years and years.

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  • [27] August 2, 2015 at 12:09am

    Great story Blaze! God bless Ms. Woodard, her dad, and the firefighters.

  • [2] July 19, 2015 at 2:15pm

    Sorry… depression is not it. Depression would have been taking his own life. This was deliberate. It was planned. It was an act of terrorism, plain and simple. Depressed people do not carry out deliberate attacks like this. Of course the liberal media and Obama administration will use this as an excuse to turn a blind eye to terrorist groups and their sympathizers. They’re the underdogs and only responding to imperialistic incursions into their territory after all. As far as the flag, it’s obvious after 6+ years that Obama has a low opinion of the US military. I’m not exactly surprised.

    I’ve said it before, but may God bless those Marines, PO2 Smith and their families.

  • [5] July 18, 2015 at 11:23am

    Rest in peace shipmate…

  • [6] July 17, 2015 at 9:11pm

    Good job to the guy standing guard with his AR. On the flip side, no doubt the Obama administration would like to start a thorough background search on this gentleman. FBI agents are likely canvasing that Virginia town in search of what our fine president considers a terrorist.

  • [2] July 17, 2015 at 1:22pm

    R.I.P. Gunny…

  • July 12, 2015 at 12:53pm

    I think it was a cool story.

  • [6] July 10, 2015 at 6:08pm

    I agree… Driving around the block, maybe taking it out on the highway for a mile or so should tell the mechanic everything he/she needs to know about the car. There have been countless stories I’ve read about mechanics joyriding in other peoples cars. I’m guessing that these d-bag mechanics wouldn’t have said a word if they’d hit a curb or pothole and messed up the alignment, burned out the clutch, like the Camaro.

    Not sure why people are hating on Mr. Jones. He’s being responsible and taking his car (which he’s working two jobs for) in for regular maintenance. Obviously he’s not taking the car for granted nor expecting someone else (parents or what-have-you) to pay for it. Seems like a good kid.

  • [-15] July 9, 2015 at 12:48pm

    Maybe not, but Phillip Arroyo wasn’t the bad guy in this story.

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  • [1] July 8, 2015 at 9:19pm

    Pretty much sums it up RJJ…

  • [1] July 8, 2015 at 11:54am

    There are a thousand things that tatoo could mean. Maybe he’s a huge fan of Barry White (may God rest his soul)…

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  • [1] June 21, 2015 at 10:34am

    Go back to your cave troll!

  • June 19, 2015 at 12:10pm

    Does SC have the death penalty? If so, I hope some of the middle ages devices might be considered.

    Quartering… the rack… the iron maiden (not the 80s band)…

  • [5] June 16, 2015 at 6:50pm

    I’ve heard about frangible ammo, but never have used it. As I understand, they’re designed to fragment/disintegrate when the round hits something hard (metal, concrete, etc…). What are the costs of frangible rounds vs. full metal? If it’s more expensive, it seems pointless at a regular range (though perfect for the close quarters shooting they were doing in the video). Not sure about how they’d work for hunting…

    Regardless, congrats to Marcus Luttrell, Taya Kyle and the rest. Seems like a cool product.

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  • June 16, 2015 at 2:03pm

    It looks very similar to the Die Hard entry on Wikipedia. As Mr. Bowers (the Twitter poster) stated, the developer needed some content to test his javascript. I’m guessing the developer, or maybe Jeb himself, is a Die Hard fan and just threw that in the code as a placeholder until the actual content was put up.

    Yippee Ki Yay ###### ######!!!

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