he better not have damaged the serial number or he could be arrested for having a defaced gun! now how does he have to report the destruction of the gun??
 October 2, 2015 at 1:22pm
come on blaze, you have educated weapons people around there somewhere… .556-caliber is hardly likely, at close range anything that large would be ripping off arms and legs. it is most likely this one http://www.del-ton.com/DT_Sport_p/dtsport.htm which is 5.56mm.
Who is the headline writer who has a fixation on how many words it takes someone to say something?? its really getting old folks, maybe try just making a simple statement about the point of the story instead of counting words.
The Governor already spoke about gun control a couple hours ago.
August 18, 2015 at 2:48pm
they would react with other chemicals in their environment just like they do today. the environment would have been much less hospitable than the inside of a cell, but amino acids are not extremely volatile so would likely have lasted long enough to build into more stable molecules.
What are you talking about? How could these amino acid molecules survive oxidation in the ocean? Amino acids pretty much have to be kept in powder form to stay stable. Once they are mixed with water, they degrade in a day or two.
Oxidation of acids is how we generate energy as living organisms. If amino acids don't oxidize and deteriorate in the ocean (which would have almost no salt in it), they would not be the kinds of acids required for life, since living things are 100% dependent upon the decay of amino acids in water.
 August 18, 2015 at 11:49am
easier to flush that way!
 August 17, 2015 at 12:08pm
but of course she never sent anything marked “Classified”…. NOTHING that is classified is marked classified… it is marked “CONFIDENTIAL”, “SECRET”, or “TOP SECRET”…. with other assorted specialty flags for noting stuff that is from sensitive sources or related to particular things. So she is right, she never sent or received anything marked “Classified”… so its no wonder we are confused, we understand the system, she doesn’t!
Her emails to the Classifieds were deleted because they fit into the yoga (yea, right, Cankles. You and yoga) and Chelsea wedding category. She was just looking for used cars (she can’t drive) or something…
But, as stated, not that that has anything to do with Confidential, Secret or Top Secret. But you know, it’s admirable she would make this an occasion not to lie with direct rhetoric. She at least took someone’s advice to say “classified” instead of secret, etc. Give her credit for that, an indirect lie, as I believe it’s a first in probably, what? 40 years or so?
Jeepers, Cankles. Took you long enough to figure that one out.
 August 14, 2015 at 10:43am
no staff, if they don’t have their own insurance they have to use o-care or the va system, minimal travel expenses, everyone has to read the bills and handle their own communications, use virtual meeting technology, electronic processing of bills that could be available to the whole country for review, AND TERM LIMITS, and this would make for a much more responsive legislature.
 August 14, 2015 at 10:40am
combine a max of 50,000 per rep AND term limits so no one could become the most senior leadership, and it would be much better!
 August 5, 2015 at 8:09am
sure, just take the $900M or so in aid they get every year and pay all the illegal aliens to build it at their normal low cash wages… just make sure they are on the south side when the last section is put up!
this will happen sooner in some places than others...high food costs and the agitation of outside groups pushing for unions and $15 an hour will see this first...many of these franchise owners are not going to remain open just to go out of business for the good of the community...that would be insane...
 July 23, 2015 at 9:07am
don’t say they cannot hack it… they can turn on and access your phone remotely if its on that… or desktops can be hacked unless you are very paranoid and keep them off the internet, and don’t use Bluetooth, and don’t let anyone get near them.
He's talking about a paper journal. I have one on my desk that I've been using for the last 5 years. To see it, the government would have to physically break into my house. It can't be accessed remotely or electronically.
 July 15, 2015 at 2:15pm
agreed.. had to do that this morning at a controlled light where some road work must have broken the sensor. this light never changes if not triggered from the side street so I could have sat there forever with no traffic in any direction.
[-2] July 13, 2015 at 11:21am
they don’t have motion detector alarms?? why not call 911, that should get you out pretty quick… all stores should have contact information with police/fire departments.
Why would he call 911? Do you know what 911 is for?
 July 8, 2015 at 1:58pm
maybe he is??????
July 8, 2015 at 12:41pm
it was a rifle, and there was a baby! rifles are ‘never’ used in commission of a crime like that.. and what in the world is a baby doing in a dangerous place like a store???
 July 7, 2015 at 1:17pm
better revise that dictionary… there is no such thing as ‘public money’. a subsidy takes my money and your money and gives it to someone else for a purpose that neither of us cares about in most cases.
You mean that they get business tax right offs like every single company and all individuals who use the long form. Fair Tax, repealing 16th Amendment, cutting all unconstitutional agencies of the federal government., is a better option.
 July 7, 2015 at 8:23am
most likely in construction like that the glass was only an outer layer to provide an easily cleaned and hard to scratch surface, the inner layers were probably plastic and provide the majority of the strength. So what you see is likely just one of several layers that cracked. I would bet the only reason they closed the exhibit was to protect the bears from the glass in case they continued to play and stripped off the inner glass layer… while it should be tempered and shatter into safe pieces those wouldn’t be good if they got in the bears eyes or were eaten.