User Profile: calmglass


Member Since: October 07, 2010


  • [-3] July 31, 2015 at 10:36am

    I think the cops were racist if you ask me. *shrug*

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  • [1] July 21, 2015 at 1:57am

    Given his demand for more money on TV, I think he went in to the store with the $4500, and demanded immediate compensation. When the manager refused, he then asked, “what if I had just gone home with the money”, it was at THAT point the manager said they would have sent the cops after him and had him arrested.

    This guy is a loser who claims to have integrity, and in the same breath demonstrate he has none.

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  • [205] July 20, 2015 at 11:16pm

    I winced when he claimed to be insulted by the $100 as not being enough. That’s pretty low class. A man with REAL integrity would have demanded an apology for the manager’s rude behavior and would have told them to keep their $100.

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  • [-3] July 17, 2015 at 3:14pm

    Zoey Tur is sooooooo hot! Sexiest woman I’ve ever seen.

    I’d hit it.

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  • [3] July 16, 2015 at 11:19am

    Your 4-yr old needs to use the bathroom really bad, and you whip out the camera to record the station manager? I think this guy just wanted to get on the news. Why would he stand there arguing for “10 minutes”? and not simply find a different restroom?

  • [6] July 15, 2015 at 6:46pm

    I’m also normally on the side of the cops in publicized cases. We’ve seen people clearly disobeying orders, being combative..etc and they get shot. This was CLEARLY NOT the case here.

    This shows cops with itchy trigger fingers. In no way could anyone convince me that as his hands went down, he was reaching for a weapon. The cops involved here need to be charged with at least manslaughter.

  • [1] June 24, 2015 at 12:14pm

    She’s CLEARLY doing this for the attention. If she really wanted to die, she’d just do it (play in traffic…etc), and nobody outside of her immediate circle would ever know she even ever existed. But of course, that won’t do. She needs to get the courts, doctors, and the public involved.

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  • [79] May 31, 2015 at 12:59pm

    She’s obviously lying. I was already thinking that when I read, the pilot came to talk to her telling her he recognizes his “white privilege” and he feels oh so sad about what minorities must go through. Total B.S!
    And then some guy on the plane yelled at her saying, “you F’ing moslem… you know you’re going to use it as a weapon, so STFU!” I’m surprised she didn’t add that he said it in a THICK southern accent. This woman is full of cow dung!

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  • [4] April 10, 2015 at 12:36pm

    Sure let’s let the system work. But the only thing the system’s going to be sorting out is if this now ex-cop is going to be convicted of 2nd degree murder, or manslaughter. There are simply ZERO scenarios where this guy walks.

    I don’t care what happened before, but the suspect turns and runs away (not even that fast), and the cop pumped 8 bullets into him. He was a threat to no one. The cop shot him most likely because he just didn’t feel like running after him… not because he felt the fleeing suspect was a threat.

  • [1] March 10, 2015 at 2:41pm

    Waiting for the GoFundMe page so I can donate to this guy!

  • [1] February 24, 2015 at 11:53am

    A kid doesn’t just get all F’s without some underlying factor. One thing I also know for sure is, public humiliation isn’t going to solve the problem.

  • [30] February 12, 2015 at 10:37am

    I wholeheartedly agree. I’ve thought about what you said there myself. My dog died after 9 years of cancer, and even I was shocked at how hard I took it. I’m a grown man, and I cried like a baby.

    I mean, I’ve had family members die and I didn’t take it as hard. Yes, I was sad they died, but it was a totally different level of grief I felt for my dog.

  • [1] January 31, 2015 at 4:32pm

    So I was in a parent-discussion group yesterday, and people were asked to bring up questions/concerns about their kids. One lady talked about her 6 year old who has now developed a keen interest in throwing things, especially valuable things like their cell phones. When they get upset with him the kid just laughs and does it again.

    While all the other parents, included the parent educator were all talking about, “umm… ignore his behavior, put him in a time out…” and other b.s, I’m sitting there thinking, “what that kid needs a good old fashioned butt-whopping! MY kids would never do stuff like that!

    I very rarely spank my kids. But when I do, it’s always with my hand, and have never left a mark. They know when I spank them, it must be bad, and I’ve rarely had to do it more than once for the same behavior. Of course, I dare not suggest spanking to the group as that’s no longer socially acceptable. No wonder kids nowadays are terrors.

  • [7] January 7, 2015 at 11:27am

    That’s a HUGE check!!! But if you were married to someone worth $8Billion for 26 years, I’m sure you could do better than that.

    She needs to at least get enough to land herself on the Forbes list. A mere $1b isn’t going to cut it. Hold out for more!!!

  • [7] November 25, 2014 at 7:31pm

    How could you not just love this guy?! I mean, seriously!

  • [8] October 30, 2014 at 12:16pm

    Nobody forced her to put herself out there. It would have been easier for her to simply decide to do this quietly without putting her face on the news. She did it because she wanted the attention. Those who want to promote doctor-assisted suicide across the country thought she would make a great tool for pushing their agenda.

    Yes, I am well aware of what a heart wrenching decision it must be. Unfortunately, there’s are millions of people around the world living with terminal illness. What makes her so brave for publicly opting for suicide? As far as I’m concerned, it’s people who decide to fight it to the bitter end… THOSE are the brave ones, not someone who’s chosen the easy way out. In fact, when this woman’s story came out, there was another story out there about another woman who survived a similar diagnosis. Where there’s life, there’s hope.

    Besides, as I predicted, she’s seemingly not going through with it anyway… how “brave” is that? Her story was nothing but means to push an agenda. Nothing more.

  • [22] October 30, 2014 at 10:00am

    When the story was first on this site, my comment was that I bet she doesn’t go through with it November 1st. Well, I guess I was right. She just wanted to get her name out there and be the suicide poster child, but I knew given that she was still well enough to enjoy things, she’s not going to just end it. I knew it right from the start!

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  • [2] October 16, 2014 at 5:30pm

    Thing is, absolutely nobody’s mind was changed by that exchange. If you agree with Jon Stewart, you still did after the exchange… same with O’Reilly. So, the exchange was completely pointless.

  • [2] October 8, 2014 at 11:58am

    I just have a hard time believing she’s going to go through with it come November 1st. Especially if she’s still relatively able-bodied as she seems to be.

  • [8] October 7, 2014 at 10:11am

    You’re an idiot.

    It wasn’t about curing cancer. There’s a player on the opposing team who’s young daughter is going through cancer treatment. A very difficult thing to go through. What they were doing is essentially saying to him, “we’re here for you, and hope your daughter gets well soon”

    It’s not about a cure for cancer. It was a show of support for a father going through a very difficult time in his life, you moron.

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