User Profile: Centurian


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  • March 7, 2014 at 1:04pm

    Nothing better to watch than a heavy set bouncer who knows how to use his weight.

    Note: he grabbed the moron’s wrist, then, at 6 seconds into the video, he does an elbow strike the the neck.

    Well done! Now, get him to the ground and make sure to fall on the guy with all your weight and land on top of him as hard as possible!

    (If you wanna know, I am overweight and found it useful when in close combat. A 300+ man falling with full force on a little guy makes for a quick ending confrontation!)

  • December 27, 2013 at 4:52pm

    The only thing that would have made this entire story better would have been no STUPID RIBBON on the bottom of the screen!

    I couldn’t see parts of the video because of it!

    Another example of arrogance on the media’s part, when they have to be part of the story instead of just reporting on it.

  • December 26, 2013 at 2:44pm

    The National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) recently boasted that although homosexuals are less than two percent of the population, three-fourths of the people who decide the content of the front page of the New York Times are homosexual, and this is why we get the slanted view on homosexuality that we do.

    The GLAD community made sure that they controlled the news and data that the public sees. They censor what people see and read.

    This is why the truth about homosexuality is not widely known.

  • October 30, 2013 at 2:21am

    I believe that there are three things happening here:

    1. Disconnection.

    Matthews is trying to air out the situation now, long before the 2014 elections and the 2016 Presidential elections. It is his strategy to turn Benghazi into a “past memory” by taking aim now, finding people to be held responsible for this, then have the entire Benghazi story laid to rest. He knows that this needs to be put into the past.

    2. Clinton Presidential run:

    Matthews has determined that if Hillary has any chance for President, she must take control of this story and either clear herself or being buried by it. If she survives, then by 2016, this will be a minor issue. If, on the other hand, she becomes ‘damaged goods’, it would be best to find out now so that it minimizes the elections of ’14 and ’16.

    3. Affordable Care Act

    The mainstream media is willing to tackle Benghazi, because it is a lot easier to spin damage control on it, than trying to spin damage control on the ACA. This man is choosing the lessor of two evils.

    Don’t get me wrong: Matthew is still a Democrat hack. He’s just wanting to be in control of the story so he can control the dissemination of data concerning it.

  • October 8, 2013 at 1:38pm

    Laces? You have laces? That’s illegal!

    You must first register with your local law enforcement agency that you have laces.
    While there, you then must fill out a CCL (Carry Conceal laces) form and pay $250 for the required background check.

    After this is completed, you will be contacted in 4-6 business weeks of when the next CCL training class will be offered in your area.

    You will be required to take the 4 hour course (free), you will be required to take a 125 question exam ($75 dollar fee).

    You will be notified if you passed the exam in 5 to 7 business days. If passed, you will be sent paperwork required to purchase your set of laces. If you have failed to pass, you will be required to wait 180 days before sitting for the class and exam again.

    This form, 1033-27EZ-144LACE, can also be picked up at your local IRS facility.

    Once this form is completed and the $280 fee per lace is paid, your government laces will be sent to you via certified mail.

    Note: These laces are not allowed to used on any footwear that has more than 10 holes in it, and these are to be banned in several states.

    Thank you for your support.


    Barack Imam Obama, President and 7th Imam of the Shiek’s Goat’s Mother of Allah.

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  • October 7, 2013 at 2:35pm

    BMI does not account for a person who may have extra muscle.

    When I was 20, I went to a recruiter to join the Navy. I was turned away because their system stated that a person who was 5’11” and weighed 225 was overweight.

    Granted, it would be if I wasn’t an avid weight lifter. I was benching 300+ and squatting even more.

    I had a 38 inch waist, but had 31 inch thighs. I could jog over 5 miles at a hit, and was in great shape.

    But thanks to the BMI, they turned me away.

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  • September 21, 2013 at 11:07am

    “The message I think that is going to reach people is that Republicans are creeepy perves who are always thinking about women’s lady parts,” Maher said, during the segment.
    Let us study that who “creepy” comment by looking at the Democratic Party.

    The liberal Democratic Party:

    1. Wants to save the lives of convicted killers by doing away with the death penalty, but…
    2. Wants to terminate the lives of the unborn whose only crime is having existed.
    3. Demands equal rights for lesbian, gays, transgendered, bisexuals, and other sexual lifestyles…
    4. Demands that graphic sex education (including talks on masturbation, partner masturbation, and even how to use a condom on a banana) be taught to middle and high school children.
    5. Demands for children as young as pre-kindergarden be taught about homosexuality.
    6. Have just elected in a female D.C. Federal judge who recently wrote that abortion is essential to help “free women from historically routine conscription into maternity,” and that when people celebrate motherhood, society is creating a “self-fulfilling cycle of discrimination.”
    7. That have no qualms with using coercion, force, death threats, and legal options to get their way (anyone remember the baker who lost his business due to the radical homosexuals in Washington?).
    8. Says nothing about the high crime rates in the inner cities, but…
    9. Refuses to let a person defend themselves with a firearm.

    Should I go on? Maher is a

  • September 13, 2013 at 11:32am

    Ponder upon this:

    What we are doing right now, that is the posting of ideas and thoughts for others to see and read on a world wide basis, is what the media and the government fears the most.

    The dissemination of ideas and thoughts are what topples dictators and morally bankrupt governments.

    Freedom of speech is precious. Our founding fathers knew this. Without it, we are a suppressed people.

    Because of my stand on the first amendment, I am opposed to hate crime legislation, anti-bullying laws and statutes, and any other form of suppression of my voice.

    If you have a different perspective than mine, that’s fine. I will always give you the opportunity to voice you opinions, provided that I am given the same courtesy.

    But when the opposition, such as many in the media, liberal elites, and politicians, tries to suppress my voice, I will respond.

    The Bill of Rights are rights for all the people, and no institution, be it the government, political party, citizen groups, or another person, has that right to suppress them.

  • September 13, 2013 at 11:17am

    Keep your mouth closed and people will think you a fool.

    Open it and you will prove them correct.

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  • September 13, 2013 at 11:12am

    Ya want some cheese to go with that whine?

    Go peddle it over at MSNBC. Maybe you can make Chris Matthews left leg tingle…

  • September 13, 2013 at 11:05am

    How interesting.

    She said this:

    “All of the entire body politic in my view – whether it’s the administration, the intelligence, the journalists, whoever – did not ask enough questions, for instance, about weapons of mass destruction. I mean, it looks like this was disinformation at the highest levels.”

    Oh, wait, this comment was from 2003, where she also mentioned this:

    CNN’s star reporter, Christiane Amanpour, has claimed the 24-hour news network was “intimidated” by the Bush administration in its coverage of the war in Iraq.

    “I think the press was muzzled and I think the press self-muzzled. “I’m sorry to say that, but certainly television – and perhaps to a certain extent my station – was intimidated by the administration and its foot soldiers at Fox News. And it did, in fact, put a climate of fear and self-censorship in terms of the kind of broadcast work we did.”

    The woman shows herself as being a lap dog for Obama. The U.S. had numerous reasons for the Iraq war (remember the cease fire and treaty?). But what do we have on Syria? We see a corrupt Dictator who is battling dozens, possibly hundreds, of different factions, each fighting each other and Assad.

    Unlike Iraq, there is no plan for Syria. There is no solid case for an offensive strike. All I have seen or heard so far is Kerry and Obama looking into the camera and saying “trust me”.

    Amanpour should seriously rethink her stand.

  • September 8, 2013 at 9:10am

    “If I had a hand big enough to squash the US tanks then I would. Democracy is America’s deadliest export, they use it as an excuse to destroy countries,” he told the Telegraph.

    For the life of me, I fail to get these people. Syria is going to send them back before they even touch Syrian soil.

    In actuality, what they hate is democracy, not the United States. They will do anything to keep their twisted socialist/Marxist/Communist ideologies intact.

    It doesn’t matter to them the untold scores of people who are dying there. It doesn’t matter to them that Christians are being shelled. It doesn’t matter that the everyday peoples are caught between two meat grinders.

    All that matters to them is their cause. If they wish to die for Syria, then all they have to do is walk into the country, approach one of the towel headed fanatics and say, “Hi, I’m from America.”

    Bingo. Never seen again…

  • September 3, 2013 at 11:07pm

    The only time I have known of animals such as this and other herbivores getting mean usually involves a female with young, be animal being startled, or its mating season.

    But there are some critters that are just nuts that you should always try to avoid, such as moose. Those large critters are extremely tempermental….

  • September 1, 2013 at 9:27pm

    “Tim Tebow’s Biggest Supporters Are Ruining Him”, by Justin Henry (May, 2013) states the problem:

    Put yourselves into the shoes of an NFL GM. If you’re Howie Roseman of the Eagles, maybe you recognize that Tebow could possibly run Chip Kelly’s no-huddle, constant-pressure offense, due to its speed, and its familiarity to a college style.

    But if you’re Roseman and Kelly, do you want Nick Foles or Matt Barkley to be looking over their shoulder, with Tebowmaniacs invading the Linc to chant “WE WANT TEBOW!” every time either one throws a wayward pass? And do you want your players getting raked over the coals by the “journalists” who need to fill 24 hours with anything attention-getting?”

  • September 1, 2013 at 9:25pm

    “I think [Tebow] can play quarterback in the NFL, but whatever offense you run might have to be tweaked a bit. This kid is a talent and he proved it in college. He is an outstanding leader. Now, does he have an unusual throwing motion? Yes. But there a lot of quarterbacks that didn’t have a perfect throwing motion. Some of them turned out to be great quarterbacks because they were great leaders. I really do think there’s a place for him. If not at quarterback, I think he could play tight end. If I was in the league and coaching today, I would take a chance on him at quarterback.”
    Mike Ditka, May, 2013
    5-time Pro Bowler & 2-time First-Team All-Pro and inducted into Hall of Fame in 1988.
    Head Coach of the Bears, 1982-1992.
    I think Ditka may know something about quarterbacks. So what’s the problem? Simple. (next post)

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  • August 30, 2013 at 9:46pm

    Apparently, the University offers a course called Whoop-A$$ 101…..

  • [1] August 24, 2013 at 12:23pm

    Thats okay.

    There are others– many others:

    Glen Beck
    Sean Hannity
    Mark Levin (I love this guy!!! WooT!!)
    Phil Valentine

    These are only a few…

    Well known nationally syndicated successful lieral radio hosts:

    …… (*sounds of crickets*)……

    Bottom line: there are numerous conservative people out there to follow.

    Personally, when I have the time and opportunity, I listen to Rush, then to Phil Valentine, and then Mark Levine.

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  • August 24, 2013 at 12:13pm

    The university doing anything to this person?

    Not likely.

    More likely, he will be paired up with Sandra Fluke and sent on a nationwide awareness tour.

  • August 24, 2013 at 12:08pm

    I happen to live just outside Flint, Michigan, and can tell you from personal experience how overwhelmed the shelters are.

    At one time, it was mostly transients and mental patients, but over the last five or six years, the demographics and changed dramatically.

    Now, we are people who once worked and can no longer find work to sustain themselves. We have homeless mothers with children and homeless fathers with children, seeking aid of any type that they can find.

    And the list continues on…

    The fact is very simple: even with all of the assistance that this area receives, it is not enough to help.

    Many find themselves financially unable to move and are thus trapped here.

    What should not be amazing is where many seek help: it is not from any government shelter.

    Instead, it comes from a shelter organization located downtown call Carriage Town Ministries.

    It is a 100% charity Christian run organization that offers shelter, clothing, psychological assistance, unwed mothers programs, food, educational assistance, and job placement, for those who seek help.

    Christian services are held here, but all who find help here does not have to take part. This place is amazing, and it is far better than any other state or federal program around the Flint area.

    Please help any way you can to places such as this. They need all the help they can get…

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  • August 24, 2013 at 11:59am


    Go away.

    Your village called and they want their idiot back (see? You ARE wanted somewhere….)

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