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  • [193] October 20, 2014 at 8:18pm

    “UPDATE: Albuquerque Police Department spokesman Tanner Tixier told TheBlaze on Monday evening that police were not pursuing additional charges against Griego because, despite the apparent falsehood of her sexual assault claim, police did not want to set a precedent that could discourage other potential victims of sexual assault from coming forward.” — TheBlaze

    Uh… how about discouraging women from making false accusations of sexual assault?

    An actual victim of sexual assault wouldn’t fault the police for going after the false accuser when you have it on tape. Actually, I’m guessing the real victims of sexual assault would WANT this woman prosecuted.

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  • [14] October 18, 2014 at 6:03pm

    I believe you’re incorrect kweese. That section states that the law does not apply to to [this list] when they are “under public authority for special undercover or confidential investigative purposes.” If the law was applied as you seem to interpret it, then the law would not apply to sheriffs, or police departments, but would apply to local peace officers who weren’t working undercover. I believe your interpretation is flawed.

  • [29] October 13, 2014 at 7:24pm

    What on earth is he talking about?

    He is basically asking why atheist would create their own purpose, and why don’t they just go through life without a purpose if they don’t believe in God. This is a profound question? Really!? Uh… do you actually think atheist shouldn’t find a purpose to their lives?

    Here’s a better question. If Christians REALLY believe in God then why don’t Christians devote THEIR lives on earth to God? Why would any Christian pursue a purpose that didn’t involve serving God?

  • [115] October 11, 2014 at 12:20am

    “We hold everyone serving our country in the highest regard.” — American Airlines

    Just not no so much that they would hang is f’ing coat.

    I bet if you call a complaint line you’ll get a recording that says. “Your call is very important to us…” Just no so important that we would hire someone to actually answer the phone.

    As my mom said when I was a kid — actions speak louder than words.

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  • October 8, 2014 at 11:32pm

    Oh cool, this must be one of those finish your sentence things.

    “they present more facts then fox news…” has to set the record straight by correcting their liberal lies and…

    Now someone else go.

  • [5] October 7, 2014 at 12:32am

    The last time I was in a court room, I have no doubt that the judge would NOT have put up with that T-shirt. People should keep in mind that it is the judge who holds your future in his hands — don’t tick him (or her) off.

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  • [22] October 7, 2014 at 12:24am

    I got Rush Limbaugh.

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  • October 6, 2014 at 10:58pm

    Fair enough Duck, I can pretend that there is no proof that there is no proof that Plato or Pythagoras existed. Now let’s go a step further and pretend like it was claimed that they magically fed thousands, turned water into wine, walked on water, raised the dead, came back from the dead, and they were the sons of god. Now remember, were also pretending like NO historian that lives in this era mentions them. Would you then believe they were the sons of God? If you said yes, then go read up on the history of Pythagoras.

  • [59] October 6, 2014 at 9:01pm

    After only reading the headline, I was all prepared to make a snide comment, but after reading the story I feel a bit shamed. That was a really kind thing to do — they brought a tear to my eye too.

  • [2] October 6, 2014 at 8:54pm

    It is not unreasonable to ask what proof there is the historical Jesus actually existed. There is plenty of proof that famous individuals like Plato, Aristotle, Pythagoras, and on and on all existed. Yet no historian (outside of Christians writing within the Bible, which occurred a century or more later) mentions Jesus. No mention by ANY historian of a guy who turns turns water into wine, heals the blind, cleanses leapers, raises the dead, feeds 5,000 people, and walks on water. Apparently, the historians living during the time of Jesus just weren’t paying attention.

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  • October 6, 2014 at 8:27pm

    LOL @digitalguy. That is hilarious now, but at the time it must have been horrible for you.

    Also, I agree with DadRocked. TheBlaze routinely publishes stories with spelling errors and with grammar that is so bad you can’t even decipher the meaning.

    With all that said, I’m about 50/50 to post a reply with some kind of spelling error.

  • October 1, 2014 at 11:35pm

    A badly placed pebble would suck too.

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  • October 1, 2014 at 11:23pm

    “There is no doubt in my mind that we will stop it here,” Tom Frieden, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director, said. {Unreported: Dr. Frieden followed this comment with “But, we f*ing need to screen travelers from infected areas!”

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  • October 1, 2014 at 8:28pm

    I thought Monk might have been hired. Oh well.

    P.S. If TheBlaze would just hire an editor (i.e proofreader).

  • [12] September 30, 2014 at 1:03am

    I wonder if she will get sentenced to eight months in a work-release center with five years of probation, weekly community service, and a $30,000 fine?

  • [22] September 27, 2014 at 6:52pm

    I joined the military 30 years ago, and it was the smartest thing I ever did. I come from a military family, and I do love my country, but that’s not why I joined. I enlisted to better myself. The military would give me experience for getting that next job, it also had great benefits for college and for buying a house. THAT was why I joined, and like I said, it was the smartest thing I ever did. Choosing the military as a career is also not bad idea in my opinion either, and it is ludicrous to advocate that they serve out of some sense of honor and obligation to the nation in which they were born.

    @Bryan, it is a privilege to serve as a police officer and not a right. Do you think police officers should serve for minimum wage? What if they required you to sleep in a police barracks and had you eat in a police chow hall (or gave you MREs)? If they did that, you be all over police getting minimum wage, right? Yeah, sure you would.

  • [4] September 26, 2014 at 6:00pm

    Good for him, but normal people can’t retire after making $100 million a year.

    I lived on the other side of the country after getting divorced. I was basically the sole bread winner. I paid more in child support than my ex and her new husband made combined. I only got to see my boys on holidays and I had them for the summer. I would have loved to quit my job so that I could watch them play sports, and gone to parent-teacher conferences, and watched them go to prom, and the hundreds of other important life events that I missed. However, they did need a roof over their heads, and food in their bellies, and clothes on their backs. Part of a father’s job is working and supporting his family (even if divorced). We all can’t just quit and rely on savings from a $100 million dollar job.

    I do now live close to my sons and see them much more often. They are working and in college now. Hopefully, when I have grandkids, I’ll be able to experience some of those important events that I missed with my two sons. Yet, I don’t regret supporting them as they grew up, even if it does mean that we missed out on time together in their childhoods.

  • [1] September 24, 2014 at 7:56pm

    This is actually a ripoff of Sarah Silverman. A bunch of comedians were invited to an event where they had to tell the raunchiest joke. After several comedians tried out their most vile jokes, Silverman took the mic and said, “The host of this event raped me.” The crowd stared at her silently and didn’t know what to do. The host was fuming. She didn’t win the event, but her joke is the only joke I remember.

  • [4] September 22, 2014 at 6:25pm

    Ha ha ha ha! Those little critters you see running around the streets in San Francisco aren’t chihuahuas. A city employee just found a gullible reporter — What’s is that scurrying next the dumpster? It’s uh… it’s a chihuahua… yeah… that’s the ticket. Have you met my wife Morgan Fairchild?

  • [1] September 21, 2014 at 4:04pm

    I joined the military right after high school where they trained me as a software developer. I did the same job as civilian programmers, but got paid a lot less. After I completed my term of service I got a job as one of of those civilian programmers, and not too long after that I was making six figures a year, and have done so for the last 20 years, all without a degree.

    With that being said, I did earn my bachelors degree last year for personal satisfaction reasons. I think it is great that more people are earning degrees. Going to school and furthering your education IS NOT a bad thing. In 1970 they were remarking about how many of the previous generations didn’t even have high school educations.

    I also started, and I’m also the Executive Director, of — a public charity that helps people get a degree as quickly and inexpensively as possible. We can show you how to earn a BS degree for as little as $3,500. That’s total cost, not per semester.

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