User Profile: Cat_Ion


Member Since: April 08, 2011

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  • April 7, 2014 at 11:58pm

    Pretty sad that the gestapo-like police will simply act at the behest of a School Administrator. So a school principal can point o a kid and tell the police to take him out? Really? Talk about out-of-control.. for both parties.

    No school principal should have such power. If he had any actual “leadership” skills he would have just dealt it. But school administrators Don’t have any skills — that is why they are merely “administrators”. Hence “zero-tolerance” policies in all schools, because no one in any position of authority has Anything like good judgment. They are scared morons.

    And furthermore, any cop who would do the bidding of a school administrator over something as simple as the comment the kid made, has Got to be a loser. Even Barney Fife would have had better sense.

  • April 6, 2014 at 8:18am

    I agree Fred, esp on point #2.

    Can’t believe its taken them this long to acquire a new “black box” fresh from the black box factory, tout it as the missing black box, and then proceed to tell the world what the black box recorded, precisely in line with whatever tale they would have us believe.

    I was thinking, back in the 1970′s, the “Weekly World News” and other ‘scandal-sheets’, as my mother used to refer to them, often had stories of an unbelievable nature, and they always seemed to be taking place in some remote location, like some mountain top in Chile, or some valley in some forlorn Eastern Bloc country, basically some place that no one would seriously be able to check out. Less achievable today with international travel and the internet as they have advanced. But the bottom of the ocean…? That’s still the purview of those who can get there.

  • April 1, 2014 at 10:06am

    The article doesn’t really say much about this person other than giving 2 names, one either a given name or a surname, one an “aka”.
    What was his birth name?
    Is he an immigrant or an American?
    Is he a convert to Islam?
    What is his background?
    If they interviewed him on March 20th, why are they looking for him now? Why not just keep tabs on him?
    If he was to report for Basic on April 7th, why not just wait until he showed up and then arrest him, or put a personal agent on him watching his every move?
    Why announce it to scare him off?

    This is too hokey.
    Feels like another set-up.

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  • April 1, 2014 at 9:51am

    Diep, re: “And who are those perverts to take it upon themselves to change dietary law, civil law, criminal law? ”
    I think their names are Michelle Obama, Barack Obama, Eric Holder, to name just three. They do it every day. Or haven’t you been paying attention?

  • April 1, 2014 at 9:45am

    Deipnosophist, re: “why don’t you post your entire reply in Hebrew…or better yet, Aramaic?”
    I like Aramaic. What’s wrong with Aramaic?
    What are you so afraid of? They’re only languages, they can’t hurt you.

  • April 1, 2014 at 8:06am

    Does his apply only to CT residents? Not that I would go to CT to buy a gun, but a traveler/tourist from out-of-state has to fulfill the same requirements? Are there any gun stores at all left in CT?

  • April 1, 2014 at 7:55am

    “We” did it. We traded liberty for security.

    Back in the 1980′s I visited the USSR on a tour. I never felt so “safe”, as we were under the constant watchful eye of a low-level KGB agent at all times; they were always totally polite. I think the last thing they wanted was an international incident resulting from some American college kids doing something stupid. I also never had felt so violated as we knew they were checking out our hotel rooms when we left them. But I digress…

    Among the things we were not permitted to photograph were airports, train stations, power plants. Those were the rules. I didn’t, so I don’t know what would have happened had I crossed that line.

    Back in the 1970′s I toured a Borg-Warner plant in NY state, (I like factory tours). Photographs were forbidden, (industrial espionage). Anyone with a camera had their film confiscated, and the company printed them and returned the prints and negatives that didn’t involve their plant to the owner. Again, politely.

    I, too, was wondering about the nature of the story these reporters were working on…

  • March 30, 2014 at 2:12am

    Ditto that, momrules, even when you know its coming and are expecting it…
    Condolences to the family of Mr Beck senior, you are in my prayers.

  • March 30, 2014 at 2:04am

    Exactly my first thought! Now that this story has been broadcast, some Fish & Wildlife SWAT team will be busting in his front door for keeping a wild animal.

    He really needs to surrender this little critter to a licensed wildlife rehabilitator, or he will suffer repercussions.

    As with many other things, keep your mouth shut & don’t broadcast it all over the internet, because there is “a federal rule prohibiting.. X, Y, and Z”.
    Shame on the Blaze and this channel 8 for setting this guy up to have his front door kicked in. Its happened before.

  • March 30, 2014 at 1:51am

    Don’t anybody be shocked, but this kind of thing happens all the time and is not new.
    Not all, but many public schoolteachers I have worked with are extremely snarky, talk about kids in a belittling manner with regularity, though not necessarily t o t heir face, as did this one.
    I used to be a public school teacher, briefly in the mid-1980′s, when it started getting Really ugly. Again, not all — I know are many very good, dedicated public school teachers — But as a group, I have never worked with such a collection of people of bad character as public schoolteachers, sorry to say. The really good ones are, unfortunately, the minority. Its a dirty secret that no one wants to address.

  • March 29, 2014 at 9:31pm

    When my nephew was about 4, he dug a very sharp hole in his parents’ yard — very squared off, precise, about 4′ L x 3′ W, and about 3′ deep. He was VERY proud of this excavation, had to show me the moment I arrived! I complimented him on it and marveled at how precise it was. When we went inside, I repeated to my brother and his wife about his ‘engineering marvel”… And he looked at his Mom and said, “And YOU said, I’d probably just dig up some old, dead Indian…!”
    This Blaze story just revived a great 20-yr old moment for me… Gave me a great chuckle for the evening…!

  • March 28, 2014 at 8:32pm

    I’m wrong. I see the glare now. Sorry.

  • March 28, 2014 at 8:26pm

    Folks, the note is tucked behind the Handle that you would “Pull”, if the doors were unlocked. Geez, didn’t you ever actually go to a convenience store/gas station?

    And, Blaze, the note doesn’t say “walked out” it says, “walked”. It was only a transcription job, should have been simple….

  • March 28, 2014 at 8:21pm

    Folks, the note is tucked behind the Handle that you would “Pull”, if the doors were unlocked. Geez, didn’t you ever actually go to a convenience store/gas station?

    And, Blaze, the note doesn’t say “walked out” it says, “walked”. It was only a transcription job, should have been simple….

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  • March 17, 2014 at 9:34am

    I think it’d be interesting to compare the percent of the vote in their respective constituencies that the senator and the sheriff each received. Just curious.

  • March 16, 2014 at 12:18pm

    I think the regime welcomes it to take the spotlight off of their Ukraine debacle, and the Soviet re-Union.

  • March 13, 2014 at 1:06am

    (I just wish the first sentence of the story actually made sense: “Hunter, a 3-month-old husky mix, had only been part of the McLarty family in Gross Pointe Woods, Mich., when he likely saved their lives.” – Oh, he’d only been part of the family?)

  • March 10, 2014 at 11:11pm

    Actually, if not Bill, then Hillary or her background-team… Wouldn’t be surprised in the least. But probably accompanied by a very large sum of cash as a buy-out for silence.
    These people don’t give a rat’s butt about real people — they couldn’t care less byomd the voting capacity.

  • March 10, 2014 at 9:53am

    re: Planned Parenthood…
    I don’t even understand why there is such a “need” for all these abortions. With all the methods of birth control that are available, why so many “unwanted pregnancies”?
    Its like everything else — no personal responsibility and no consequences for irresponsible behavior.
    There is a morality vacuum — that’s what “that giant sucking sound” is.
    I liken the mocking of morals and conservative values by shows like SNL to that nervous laugh that you’ll get from a 10 year old when they know they’ve done wrong. I think the people that produce so much of this co-called “entertainment” recognize deep inside that it is wrong and that is why they tend to be self-hating people who lash out at those who are not.

  • March 3, 2014 at 3:10pm

    Well, even before him, Henry Paulson (former Goldman Sachs CEO, Chicago dweller for 40 years, global warming pimp), was a HUGE sinophile. He started giving us away to China even before Geithner, and continues to push for all things Chinese. Not to be trusted. Somebody is going to say, ‘well, Bush appointed him,’ so let’s just get that out of the way right now. Big deal, Bush did a lot of screwy things. Just goes to show you, there’s not much difference in the parties.