User Profile: Cysquatch

Cysquatch

Member Since: April 25, 2013

CommentsDisplaying 20 of Cysquatch's most recent comments.

  • October 29, 2013 at 1:50am

    Wondering how Keatiepoo is gonna toe the line from here on out.

  • August 30, 2013 at 12:31am

    With the dirt the world has on the Norks, if for one second anyone believes the Obama admin is going to invade Syria for “humanitarian” reasons, I will strangle a kitten, as the despots in North Korea should have been purged from the planet long ago.

    If China were really an ally of the US, N.K. would have been neutralized long ago. As it stands, China is one of only two reasons Nato has not annihilated that regime.

  • August 30, 2013 at 12:26am

    Sadly, the left will get their talking point out to their puppet trolls in mass media and the internet, and Mr. Phillips will be relegated to Uncle Tom status for telling the big gov plantation to go eff itself. For example, see Bill Maher’s remarks about Dr. Benjamin Carson.

    Sadly, I bet this man’s net profit is less than half of what he takes in for revenue. I’d love to patronize his business as I am a huge fan of some good chicken wings, but I’d feel sick over the fact most of the money would be going to the a**hats writing the laws stifling this man’s ambition.

  • August 29, 2013 at 6:34pm

    Couldn’t be too soon in my opinion.

  • August 28, 2013 at 1:31pm

    Incoming “Bush lied, people died” post from Charles116 in T minus 10, 9, 8…

    In reply to the contribution Syria: Obama's Weapon of Mass Distraction

  • August 23, 2013 at 1:55am

    The BS? The only BS I see is mom’s negligence of her son, the lack of concern she has by confronting the other party before checking on the well being of her son, and the assault she committed after the young man apologized (and showed more concern for the child than mom did).

    I forgot, I guess I see some BS in your indignation over this kid skateboarding in a public area that in your words is a “multi-use” recreation area, adjacent to a skate park. If the kid were skating in a playground at an elementary school, maybe he would have deserved to get some of what he gave (accidentally). Post the city ordinance banning skateboarding in the “multi-use” area, and will eat some crow.

  • August 23, 2013 at 1:45am

    So is the mixed use area off limits to skating? You seem like someone that would purchase a home adjacent to a golf course, then get rippin’ PO’d if someone hit a bad shot into your yard.

    Guess we can’t have anyone jogging or running on sidewalks anymore, b/c that might mean the runner could collide with someone traveling at the implied, and intended, yet not declared pace allowable by ordinance.

    Moral of the story, when you go into public, accidents can and will happen. When you can quote the park superintendent that the area the young man was skating in was posted as off limits pursuant to city ordinance, then you have a case saying the guy did something wrong. It was an accident, and to anyone without downs, or some bias against skateboarders, it was clearly a no fault accident.

  • August 23, 2013 at 1:28am

    The article has stated this is a skate park. Skate parks happen to be open to everyone. Everyone at the skate park should be aware people are skateboarding.

    How in the f do you determine “Sk8ter Boi” as you say, did anything wrong? Do you not think “Sk6ter Boi’s” apology was sufficient pennance? And how do you come to the opinion that the area is not a skate park, even upon reading the article that states it is? Did your grandmother ever tell you opinions are like dooky shoots? Everyone has one.

  • August 22, 2013 at 7:53pm

    I find it sad that anyone would say anything bad about the kid skateboarding at the mother lovin’ skate park of all places.

    I agree with everyone else here that not only could the mother be charged with negligence, should could be charged with assault. This skank owes the kid an apology in my book.

  • August 20, 2013 at 11:42pm

    Anyone else wonder if this account was Facebook friends with No Limits N*gga?

  • August 20, 2013 at 11:41pm

    I’d like to volunteer to be the executioner.

  • August 19, 2013 at 11:48am

    On the subject of this group of people notifying businesses if their intent…

    It was polite of them to understand that people would be alarmed by the scene. Let’s face it, while they all have the right to do what they did, it isn’t something one sees everyday, and I understand people would be alarmed. As for myself, I would not feel the least bit threatened by the display. A much scarier proposition to me would be to run into some tweaker desperate for his next hit of meth, then again, I guess that is why I have the right to carry a firearm.

    I bet someone like Pooblius would rather use hit wit, or his wallet to appease his attacker.

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  • August 12, 2013 at 12:39pm

    And now to address you on a point by point basis:

    - Regardless of how overused that comparison is, you should be offended, and you should speak out when you hear someone say it.

    I did speak out. I guess you are upset I did not use the response you had in mind.

    - Whenever I hear that comparison, or a comment like yours I know for a fact (with 100% certianty) that the person has not educated him or herself about WWII. Usually that means not knowing more than is taught in high school.

    Wrong. I have studied this part of history beyond what I was taught in High School. I knew everything that was taught in my high school before I got there. Am I as educated as you on the topic? Prolly not. Still, you made an assumption about me, and are wrong.

    - I really urge you to read about the topic. Some good places to start are, Beevor – The Second World War, Roberts – The Storm of War, and MOST important, the three book series by Richard Evans that covers pre-war Germany all the way through early reconstruction.

    And what do you think I will learn from these books that I don’t already know?

    - If you educate yourself on the topic, you will NEVER compare Hitler to anyone in the modern world.

    I didn’t make the comparison, the “artist” did. Sounds like you should take your beef up with the artist.

  • August 12, 2013 at 12:18pm

    What a broad assumption you make, that Dimmu and I are uneducated? I am very informed on the subject of the Third Reich and WWII in general.

    Oddly enough, the point of art is for people to have their own interpretations of it. Dimmu and I feel this Hitler shtick has been done to death, and after doing it a gagillion times, it loses its shock value. Who’da thunk it? But here we are, two of us that find this “art” uninspired, and bland, and this has lead you to post your righteous indignation because we didn’t react the same way you did. The only thing offensive I see is your response.

  • August 12, 2013 at 10:35am

    When I was typing mine, the site showed zero comments. Gotta say, compared to other chat forums I frequent and post on, the functionality of this one is about as good as the art featured in this article. At least we are on the same page.

  • August 12, 2013 at 10:08am

    Am I the only one that finds no controversy in comparing something to Adolf Hitler anymore? It has been done to death at this point, and it isn’t daring, bold, or unique anymore.

    One would think a street artist (euphemism for vandal usually) could be creative enough to use a new despot once in a while, history is rife with them after all.

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  • August 9, 2013 at 3:44pm

    Abruptly after Chuck Todd’s follow up question, the following appeared on the teleprompter,

    “I implore all the journalists to please stick to the question they have been assigned to ask. I have a tee time I need to make.”

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  • August 9, 2013 at 3:30pm

    Not really. But let’s be honest, there are enough dirtbag officers creating headlines of police brutality, and civil rights violations to paint a bad picture for pretty much all of law enforcement.

    So am I wrong for being the slightest bit concerned for law enforcement to be handed weapons our elected officials want to prohibit us from owning?

  • August 9, 2013 at 2:21pm

    Also, the S&W MP 15 chambered in .22 LR is a great rifle for target practice. Unfortunately, mine does not have a nice scope with magnification on it, the fore grip, and the cool paint scheme.

  • August 9, 2013 at 2:18pm

    On one hand you have this story, and you feel for the officer, and on the other hand, you have the story of the officers climbing through the window of a home for which they did not have a warrant to enter, and killing two dogs.

    I agree with Myrifle; having these new weapons won’t do an officer any good if they never see their would be assailant coming. I just hope officers don’t feel compelled to use the new rifles just because they have them.

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