User Profile: BladeFyre


Member Since: November 20, 2012


  • October 23, 2013 at 9:00am

    This cemetery has many over glorifying statutes as headstones. For example, there is one of the person who died sitting in an arm chair, and it is huge. There are several other headstones that could be considered questionable there as well. I personally think the family should be allowed to keep the headstones there. Besides, MANY people in the Cincinnati area picnic at this cemetery, and bring their kids as well, it would be a great addition for the kids to see, so they don’t get so bored with the same old headstones.

    As a side note, there are other cartoon themed headstones there as well!

  • February 22, 2013 at 3:29pm


    I agree with you, I just thought it would be fun to point it out! Every rep my friends and I have contacted regarding SB18, say they are voting against it, and remind us to look at SB36, which they say they are going to vote for. Have a great day!

  • February 22, 2013 at 2:17pm


    Yes it’s true Ohio jumped on the anti-federal gun ban with State SB36

    But the libs in Ohio also have the ban-ALL-semi-auto-firearms-that-can-accept-magazines-which-hold-10-or-more-rounds / create-registry-database also known as State SB18…

  • February 19, 2013 at 1:00pm

    So she claims Christmas is unconstitutional… Does she, or most atheists for that matter, realize that America was founded on Christian beliefs. Heck more than half of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution held seminary degrees (Including some of our first Presidents). Not only that but Congress funded the printing of the Bible for schools. Oh yeah, Thomas Jefferson helped that come to fruition (for the atheists who say Thomas Jefferson was one of them).

    What kills me is when atheists site the 1ST Amendment, they forget the second part of the religious part of the text :”Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…: <–Which says the shall not PROHIBIT the free exercise of religion either!!!!

    And personally it doesn't matter to me if Dec 25th is the official birth date of Jesus or not, it is a time to remember and celebrate His birth!!!

    To the atheists on here who are respectful of Christianity, THANK YOU, I really do appreciate that!

  • February 19, 2013 at 12:37pm

    Well according to the progressive movement number 1 would be correct, but for those of us that who live in reality it would be number 2, unfortunately there aren’t enough people who live in reality anymore!

  • February 19, 2013 at 12:11pm

    They won’t ban movies/shows with guns. They will just pixelate any guns in the scene, just like many networks do with “nude” shots…

  • January 9, 2013 at 2:12pm

    I have mixed emotions about this. I worked as a waiter (20 years ago), and if I did a lousy job I didn’t get a tip, if I did a good job I did. I have a great job now, and I do take my family out to eat once a week. Being that I was a waiter at one time I base my tips on the service, If it su(ks they don’t get a monetary tip but will usually get a hand written note with a “tip” on how to improve their service! If it is mediocre service they get 3-7%, and if it is great then they get 15-20%. No where in this article did it say how the service was….

    With that said, I can understand the note. I have a family of six, I can’t always afford to pay a large tip on top of my bill, but I still take MY family out as a reward for US…not for the waiter(ess)… And more often then not the service industry has been pretty crappy lately. The waiter(ess)s act like they don’t want to be working or they don’t have the time for you…yet it is their JOB! It’s called CUSTOMER SERVICE… so put on the fake smile and act like you care…and maybe I will tip you better (even if I don’t really have the cash to do so)…

    I personally think this is a hoax… but what do I know… Oh yeah I know tipping is OPTIONAL (unless you have a party of 8 or more then we’ll automatically add 15-25% depending on where you live)

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  • December 19, 2012 at 2:52pm

    LOL….Nice!! :-)

  • December 19, 2012 at 1:14pm

    Awesome! Way to go!

  • December 14, 2012 at 3:32pm

    It’s sad this happened, unfortunately it will probably turn into a political agenda for gun bans / more gun control. To the Students, Staff, and Parents, we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers!

    I think it’s time to start arming the school administrators and teachers!

  • December 10, 2012 at 2:56pm

    @Desertrose1960 As someone who worked for Toyota, here in the states, they pay for the healthcare (okay I had to pay $25/paycheck because I got the Employee-Spouse-Family Buy Up plan {The very best offered}), plus the benefits (401K matching AND Toyota Pension, vacation, sick time, etc. ) are awesome, and the plants are clean and safe.

    Yes it is true they have unionized plants in Japan (not all of them are by the way), but if the unions were to infiltrate the plants here in the USSA, they would RUIN it for the common worker. As an employee I had it made, I would say the second best job in my life!

  • December 7, 2012 at 10:13am

    It’s a shame really, the BSA was founded with Christian beliefs. It isn’t a government organization so they don’t fall under the separation of church and state argument. And yes I know they sometimes meet in schools AFTER HOURS… But so do many atheist groups. Another fair question (as pointed to in previous posts) is why not start their own organization, such as the Non-Believing Scouts of America (NBSA)?

    On the flip side, I would like to see atheists go after say Islamic faith based youth programs, or even Jewish based youth programs (so their kids can attend “God” free). For that matter why not the Free Masons (after all you have to believe in a supreme being to be a Mason)… and see what kind of backlash they receive then!!!!! Oh wait, that wouldn’t work, atheist only like to go after Christian groups.

    With that said I have an atheist friend who says atheist haven’t tried to block or sue other religions because they don’t put up decorations or prayers in government/school places… Yeah, Sure they don’t.

    What about the teacher making the students recite Islamic prayers in schools in VA (the girl who’s hand was cut), or in that fact in many schools across our nation (they teach them in my kids’ school)? Or the placing of a Menorah at government/public buildings in Jewish communities?