I once had a co-worker who was a huge Howard Dean fan during a prior election primary.
I copied the text of an article talking about how Dean sealed his own records as Gov, then I did a global replace of all instances about Gov Dean with “Gov Bush” and Vermont with “Texas” and sent it too her.
I heard her reading it laughing at “Bush” saying: “Thats horrible”, “What a crook”, etc. Then she read my last line saying I swapped Dean with Bush, and the 2 state names.
She came to my cube and said I should have just sent her the article unedited. But it had the effect I wanted, she no longer supported Dean, and saw her own views for what they were.
May 13, 2016 at 3:44pm
From the photo it doesn’t look like much to “fix”. The black marks should wax out for the most part, and in a year or 2 that whole area will probably have spider cracks in the paint if it doesn’t already. It looks like an older car (10+ years perhaps) It would probably cost more to “repair” it than the car is really worth. But then again, I keep my cars until they aren’t worth repairing anymore.
Now if we are talking about a broken/cracked windshield or major dents in bumper that affect safety, then that’s a whole different matter all together.
 May 13, 2016 at 2:45pm
I understand the guys opinion about his cars superficial damage not that important. I have a 19 year old F-150 that I bought used 10 years ago for a utility vehicle. It looks nicer and most ones its age and has been well taken care of inside and out. But last year while visiting the in-laws with their small streets, one of their neighbors backed into the drivers door and cab just behind/below the door. Made several scratches and dents about 1/2 inch deep.
They were a struggling younger family, the door area didn’t look too bad and still seemed to seal well, and they let me know they did it. We chuckled about it hugged them and said not to worry about it. That’s the point of having an older vehicle: scratches/dents are like my grey hair and beer belly… adds character.
In a city I would probably get a reliable older vehicle if I had to routinely park on street, and feel the same as this person did. Its unavoidable
 March 25, 2016 at 11:06am
I saw Glenn for the hypocrite he was when he bashed and branded all the “Hutaree” based on a few outlandish comments of the leader. Glenn always said to not trust him or anyone and do out own research. I did. I followed the court case read all of the submitted documents, watched all the videos that were submitted, audios as well.
Glenn was no better than the overreaching DOJ, and slandered the innocent members of the group. Their lives were disrupted for 2 years for bogus “conspiracy of sedition” charges, etc. Only the leader and his son were convicted of weapons chargers for having modified weapons not allowed.
2 years later he was on when I was coming in late to work, and I heard Glenn on the radio still slandering them. I called in spoke with someone who said they would look into it, listened for next several days still no retraction or apology.
Now he questions the Christianity of everyone who disagrees with him on this???
I think he may be back on the bottle. He is exhibiting those traits of a non-rehabilitated alcoholic again.
 February 18, 2016 at 8:22am
Different building materials react to changes in temp differently. My next home will be all wooden beams. My current one has a mix of steel beams and wood. On days that temps change a lot (Spring/Fall) the house has random pops at night a lot. Annoying.
There is a local school that has a metal roof that when we have meetings there at night the roof makes almost identical fairly consistent interval pops like he is hearing.
Daddy" Termites love wood. How does that work for structural support when the beams have more holes than pixels on a giant big screen?
wood contracts and expands. i had brick, frame and now cbs. cbs is the quietest
Don't want to disappoint you, but wood studs, beams and clapboard, or vinyl siding snap, crack, creak and pop with temp changes too! Our houses in New England did it- -our house in Colorado did it and, now, our house in Georgia does it as well. Only suggestion would be thicker insulation to smother the sounds.
It is always good to hear the logical, scientific, rational reason to a situation. But not really as much fun as fantasy; however, I am the consummate searcher of the reality. Hense I am rarely bored, even when faced with facts. Keep 'em coming. lol
February 17, 2016 at 3:40pm
I was for Cruz before the Iowa fliers mailed to voters about in violation for not caucusing, and the Carson pullout stunt. Now, I’m not so sure about him at all. Rubio lost my support when he ignored the American Disney Employees begging Rubio for help when they were having to train their H1B visa replacements or not get a severance package. (Mr “Gang of 8″ ignored Americans asking for help.
I was trying to bash Trump the same way I did with Obama by buying his book and was going to underline the most asinine stupid/racist comments. But unlike “Dreams from my father”, it was not a racist book. There weren’t any lines in the “Crippled America” book that I thought were over the top, racist/sexist or overly arrogant. Just him expanding the clips we only get soundbites of through the media. (And of course his touting his various business successes, but without his outlandish insults he is using towards candidates by name on the trail)
He admitted to playing the media just for coverage, and it being a symbiotic relationship. He is just using them with outlandish comments to get his coverage for a platform to give his ideas.
I was desperately looking for things to beat Trumps supporters over the head with, but instead I got plans outlining taxes/healthcare/jobs creation/ and items I didn’t expect from a book from him.
After Cruz and Rubios behaviors lately, I am unfortunately now leaning towards Trump. Which a couple of days ago I would have never imagined.
Says:”Police say Officer Powell pulled over a white Nissan Sentra with three black males inside.”
 November 6, 2015 at 8:38am
Glenn used to ask us to do our own research. Well how he handled a allegedly “Christian Militia” the Hutaree, made me lose respect for him. He is guilty of this same “blame Christians first” journalism.
He jumped on the bandwagon of excoriating the entire Hutaree group, but all charges were dismissed except a couple of weapons charges for the leader and his son. 8 others were either imprisoned or house arrest, had weapons confiscated etc.
Sure the leader said horrific/despicable things, but there was never any conspiracy for sedition, the undercover FBI informant was the only one to ever shoot at anyone and had it magically disappear, the FBI agent was the only one to make a “bomb factory” and only the Hutaree visited it once, no one else.
They did not bar non-Christians from joining, just couldn’t progress in ranks if not a Christian. The”White” aspect was shot out of the water because they had a black lesbian training with them, etc etc.
But even after the Clinton appointed judge dismissed all charges except a couple of weapons charges Glenn still used them as an example of a terrible White Christian militia plotting to overthrow government on the radio about a year after it was proven false.
This is why I quit my GBTV subscription years ago. I did my research and saw Glenn did not.
 October 9, 2015 at 8:49am
I’ve never been a fan of Ben Carson’s mild manners, always thought it made him look weak.
But I must say watching him handle himself with the “View”and now this “Blitzer” “reporter”, Carson made them all look like fools. He is changing my views of him with every time I see his calmness expose the idiocy of these guys “claims” of him contradicting himself when he obviously has remained steadfast and calm.
 October 8, 2015 at 3:00pm
Look at what he wrote… It almost sounds like a confession of committing gun violence, then proof that he destroyed potential evidence of his past crimes:
“And so while I’d like to believe I’m not part and party to the gun violence that stains America, I can’t.”
Just having family members commit suicide is not being “part and party” of gun violence.
Plus I don’t see the magazine. I’ve heard some places the possession of a magazine above a certain size is against the law.
 September 21, 2015 at 4:00pm
Last week a friend was telling me about the kid making the “clock”, and how unjustified it was he was arrested just for being Muslim. Today I sent him a picture of the “Clock” and said: “Look what someone just tried to take in a school”.
He said “that person” should be arrested not the kid, then I let him know that was the kids “clock”. The silence is now deafening, seems like he had never seen an actual photo of the “clock” in his liberal media outlets.
 September 21, 2015 at 3:45pm
To me he sounds like the Cartoon Ardvark from when I was a kid, I youtubed the cartoon, showed my daughter, and youtubed Sanders in front of the Congress, and my daughter agrees they sound virtually identical as well.
 April 7, 2015 at 10:22pm
Thanks, re-read article, I didn’t notice that he claimed to have knocked it out of the runners hands using his left hand, but this was the only article about it I have read, and the only video sample I have seen of the incident. I’m sure its being covered widely elsewhere, but based on the Ferguson incident(s) and the coverage, I’ll only trust what I can see myself on the video, and even take that with a grain of salt for now, given its quality.
I sure do hope his filed report says he only moved the Taser closer to the body AFTER the incident to keep it safely under control from on-lookers (which I did NOT see very many of in the video).
If they claim that was where the runner dropped it, then book both the officers to the max. Otherwise I could understand an officer trying to keep his issued weapons closer to him own location.
Anyone know if the initial policed filed incident report is available anywhere online yet? And I hope they filed their report BEFORE they knew a video was made of the incident.
 April 7, 2015 at 9:21pm
Look at the video at second markers between seconds 17-18.
Something clearly does fall to the ground from the officers direction about 6-10 feet BEHIND the cop just as the guy starts running.
Just imagining the cop will say he thought the guy running had that object and if it was either a stun gun or another real gun, the officer might not have noticed it hitting the ground and thought the running man still had it, and if it was either a stun gun or a real gun be a risk to the public safety.
Just saying, but that said it would be tough for the cop to prove in court I would think. But something made the person start recording the interaction, so something must have been going on before the shooting, something forcible enough to throw the unknown object behind the police officer just before the man started to run.
 April 7, 2015 at 9:04pm
Did anyone else notice the object bounce behind the cop just as the guy started running? To me it looks like something was thrown either off the officers belt or from the guy who got shot.
Don’t know what that object was. Could it be whatever the police man dropped beside the man who was gunned down as he was running away? Perhaps the officer thought whatever that object was was still in the guys possession as he was running?
Don’t want to jump to any conclusions either way, but it doesn’t look good for the officer either way.
August 17, 2014 at 7:52pm
The video did look like the other one put the pack he was handed back on the counter.
 August 17, 2014 at 7:50pm
Reminds me of the Al Frankin election recounts.
 June 25, 2014 at 8:43pm
We generate our bodies energy thru chemical reactions so just living we affect the global temp. His challenge is useless. Any rational discussion with him would be what an old minister used to call: “Casting pearls before swine”
I read a Reuters article May 12th named “West Antarctic glaciers in ‘irreversible’ thaw, raising seas: study” it said: “The scientists believed that a build-up of man-made greenhouse gases in the atmosphere was affecting wind patterns around Antarctica, driving warmer waters towards the continent.”
But then on June 10, in less than a month other researches from the University of Texas labeled “Researchers Find Major West Antarctic Glacier Melting from Geothermal Sources” found that there were Magma flows under that EXACT SAME REGION that were causing the warming of the waters, not what the “Scientist” from the first article “Believed”.
Confirms to me their the global warming worshipers views are just their belief system. Had the actual data not been discovered thru ice penetrating radar, the scientist would have built yet another bogus “consensus”.
May 10, 2014 at 11:10pm
Obviously the victim (now arrested) was a Obama democrat. Taking Obamas advice and:
If someone says or does something you do’nt agree with Obama instructs us to: “I want you to argue with them and get in their face.” That’s what the victim did.
And Obamas advice about guns, is to bring one, even if the opponent is even far less armed: “If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun,” Hard to bring one if you don’t have one at the ready.
Good democrats all the way round. The fine “loving” citizens who get shot were only encouraging the SUV owner to share the wealth.
September 11, 2013 at 8:11pm
Notice when her story shifted….
AFTER she realized there was a girl in GZs car. She was on the phone with 911 when she realized that, then for some unknown reason she started covering the phone so 911 couldn’t hear what she was saying. Could it be that she thought the girl in the car witnessed of filmed the entire incident?
I’ll withold judgement until I see the IPAD video but her accusations not fitting the evidence, and NOT prosecuting after the emphatic please for the police all seem too fishy.
But if your a GZ hater, all alegations aginst him must be true, facts be darned.