I'm still waiting.... and I'm sure you know the definition of a "blivit"?
January 25, 2016 at 12:32pm
she is complaining about the sexist portrayals by the media, but in the pictures tweeted by her and Hillary they point out the dress maker and shoes… doesn’t that just continue the objectification of the women’s image as nothing but a rack for their cloths to hang on?? why don’t they say sometime insightful about events or topics that voters might be interested in… or is that all the demoncrat voters care about?
She also uses words as "dames" and "dream babe" in the photo captions. Why do I get the feeling that if Trump or Cruz said "dames" or "dream babe" it would be horrible misogyny.
And who is that other guy with him in the last photo (with the weird two-tone hair)?
 January 14, 2016 at 12:25pm
actually some swords and knives are already illegal in some areas… and some slingshots were illegal up here for a while… so don’t think that those will always be available either!
 December 15, 2015 at 3:36pm
as long as you aren’t obsessed with counting how many words it takes to say something I would vote for you!
December 7, 2015 at 8:10am
the description is kind of strange… he went into the house, got his gun, came out and shot the guy that was chasing him?? first problem is, if he got into the house he should have called 911 and stayed there with his gun to defend himself. by going back outside to meet the threat he could be setting himself up for charges because he was probably not in harms way while inside the house so there was no need to go out after the guy with the stick. now if the guy with the stick was trying to break into the house or was still attacking other people outside it could still be considered self defense, but the story doesn’t go into that.
what is this ‘football’ thing they are not playing?
 November 8, 2015 at 7:03am
a week long diversion wouldn’t be surprising. the typical timeline for tests like that off the east coast used to be basically like this… a sub would be called off patrol, come in and have warheads replaced with instrument packages on a couple missiles. then it would go back on ‘patrol’ in an area off the florida coast. during the time it was waiting the area would be closed to sea and air traffic. it could be up to a week depending on weather at both ends of the planned flight, they had to have good weather off florida for monitoring the safety of the launch area, and good weather at the target area to monitor the instrument package reentry. with all the bad weather on the left coast and out in the pacific this year it may have been delayed for safety reasons for a while… but the area has to be closed the whole time because the launch order could come on short notice.
Nope...that's offensive to inmates in stereotypical prison movies.
 October 8, 2015 at 11:26am
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.