User Profile: busterpuddles


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  • [1] January 14, 2016 at 3:48am

    Personally, I think open carry just makes you a target for jihadists the first place. But I digress- I am a big believer in standing up for your rights and am normally the one making noise about something taking place that I think is wrong. In this case, wouldn’t it be less of a hassle just to show the license? Is it against the law for officers to ask to see your license? If not, I think the officers are being more than patient with this guy. Now, since he refuses to show it, he is forced to go somewhere else to eat and makes himself look like a troublemaker.

  • February 8, 2015 at 2:36am

    I’m torn between what My Christian faith says and what I really feel. “Turn the other cheek” and “give up the shirt off your back” are an unbearable choice. I’ll admit it. I’m not strong enough to forgive and forget. Rather, I would just wanna blow him away, saving tax dollars, further burdening our already crowded jails, justice system and would not have to worry about him coming back.

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  • [5] January 28, 2015 at 7:55pm

    How many people can say they have a friend like that?

  • [8] January 16, 2015 at 11:36am

    So, I guess shooting wild boars is off limits too? they are also very dangerous. They also are opportunity hunters. They are also a destructive nuisance in and outside of the city, costing home owners in Fort Worth thousands in home repairs and landscaping.. .
    Additionally, first, the hunter said he put “three or four” in the coyote?! I agree with another commenter- spend some more time at the range, Dude.
    Second, domesticated dogs aren’t the only things these beasts kill. Here, coyotes are everywhere, yes, even in the city. They are opportunistic, killing humans (adults and small children), ranch and farm animals, as well as domestic animals. Ditto, “no sympathy”.
    Horse, I’ll be sure and give you a week’s notice before I go hunting so you can high-tail it out of the woods.

  • December 27, 2014 at 8:44pm

    Oh, that’a right. Let’s talk about how great it would be if the job market was doing tremendously well and every other country on earth really did like the U.S. instead of focusing on the harsh reality of a law-breaking president inflicting executive jihad on America by playing a part in Benghazi, Fast and Furious (allowing the sale of weapons to cartels), the IRS scandal among others along with placing financial landmines, while doing his best to bring America to its knees preparing The U.S.A. to be taken over by infiltrators routed through Mexico across our southern border.
    Shall I go on?

  • [6] December 17, 2014 at 11:44am

    Wow! Once again you blow me away with how off base you are, Zippy. I am truly impressed with your ability to function using so few brain cells. It’s sad, but you seem to be anti-God, probably hate the U.S. and may sound just a bit supportive of these jihadi terrorists?
    Maybe it’s not that you’re ignorant or stupid- maybe you just count yourself as one of these zealots who are so intent on shackling the world with this horrific, murderous, ultra-extreme left wing religion and it spills out into your comments/rants.

  • [1] December 5, 2014 at 5:00pm

    I’m sorry to partially disagree with you, Rakofgor. Anonymous is good, but do it because it is the right thing to do, not for rewards.

  • [3] December 5, 2014 at 4:56pm

    There are a number of organizations that bless families with Chistmas gifts for the kids as well as furniture and housewares. At one point, as a single father (with custody), my kids and I were recipients of an Angel Tree nomination by someone who knew us. My girls are all grown up, out on their own and I’ve been married for fifteen years now and we still have some of the now ragged toys here at the house. My family is not a bunch of takers, so, as those were very hard times, the surprise of Angel Tree was a HUGE blessing for us.

  • December 3, 2014 at 9:15am

    I’m about as interested in this guy’s opinion as I am mole mating rituals in Southeast Asia. Maybe if he showered and ran a comb threough his hair once a week he might convince someone he actually could look like a comedian rather than an OWS tent resident.

    As for actual “comedy” coming out of his mouth, well…

  • [1] December 3, 2014 at 8:39am

    Snowleopard, for a few years now I’ve agreed with just about everything you’ve said, except for this article.
    This lady looks like she was the type of kid who was sick all of the time, babied by her parents and was always the last person to get picked for games.

  • [84] November 29, 2014 at 4:28pm

    When asked for ID by the police officer, the black man suspected of shoplifting responded by stating, “He knows me. I shouldn’t have to show him ID because he’s the arresting officer in one of my other cases. “LMAO!!

    Oh, my… lol. Any Mike Brown backer with half a brain (another joke) just calmly closed his eyes while shaking his head and eased his head in his hands with ridiculous embarassment.

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  • [7] November 23, 2014 at 8:31am

    Hey!! I resemble that remark!!

  • [-1] November 23, 2014 at 8:26am

    Kinda suspicious when the charges against the woman are dropped if the actions of the officer were”justified”. What ever happened to freedom of speech anyway? Officer’s first amemndment rights are taken away and he gets a suspension?? Bizarro World…

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  • [3] November 23, 2014 at 7:39am

    In reading through the comments I’m celebrating the fighter’s skill and victory, but when I’m brought back to earth by your comment, I fall into a slump because it’s so true…

  • [4] November 21, 2014 at 2:16pm

    Another bastardization of The Word of God.

    God’s not running for office. He doesn’t need to cater to the masses in order to be liked. He’s The Creator, He’s The Boss, He’s The Almighty. And since God is the highest power, He has rules to live by. If we as a society don’t like ‘em, He has an ‘alternative’ place to stay for those that don’t take what He says to heart. It’s that simple. There’s no changing of the rules just because they are too difficult to follow or because someone might bot like them, in fact, God promises we will have trails and tribulation.

    A little hint for the pastor: God also promises to hold accountable everyone who misleads someone with his/her teachings.

  • [7] November 21, 2014 at 1:18pm

    Repubs are afraid to impeach because they are afraid to lose popularity… First, the constituency they are afraid to lose aren’t going to support them whether they impeach or not.
    Second, they are in danger of losing what support they do have right now if they don’t impeach.

    You know, a few years ago I thought dems were stupid… It’s no longer about doing the right thing, if it ever was. Today, it’s about the lilly livered, yellow bellied, limp wristed repubs appeasing the perpetual whining, crying, stomping, bedwetting tantrummery of the chronically stupid intelligent citizens of the left.

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  • [25] November 21, 2014 at 7:07am

    Personally, I don’t believe his agenda includes saving the country from those things at all. I am among the so-called wackos that believe he is part of the second stage of the Muslim Brotherhood’s plan of jihad on the West. His job is to soften the U.S. up to be more accepting of Sharia while disemboweling our justice system. I’d bet a dollar that his own lawlessness will get exponentially worse over these next two years by ignoring current national security problems and by creating more.

  • [2] November 21, 2014 at 6:49am

    That started before he was elected, CatB. But, yes, illegals will eventually outnumber American citizens in our own military and that’s when our once great nation will see the final shift into the control of Mexico and terrorism. Obama has almost completed setting America up for this.

  • [2] November 21, 2014 at 6:37am

    OMG, you know it!

  • [2] November 21, 2014 at 6:22am

    I’ll bet the con man was an obama relative or friend of the family.

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