User Profile: Daithi

Daithi

Member Since: October 12, 2012

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  • [322] February 27, 2015 at 5:51pm

    Why are the options on the poll–
    1) Worthy of further consideration
    2) Back to the drawing board

    How about–
    3) No need to change it

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  • [5] February 26, 2015 at 7:15pm

    808Patriot — let me get this straight — we can’t blame Lot for offering up his daughters to be raped because he lived in a different time than ours?

    We also can’t blame Lot for getting drunk with his virgin daughters and then having sex with both of them, because it was a different time and morals?

    Yet, condemning homosexuals is still valid because it’s in the Bible and morals don’t change?

    Is that basically it? Does this reasoning ring at all goofy to you?

  • [6] February 26, 2015 at 7:07pm

    Keep reading the story of Sodom and the only person that God deemed righteous and saved was Lot and his two virgin daughters. What was the first thing these righteous people did after after God murdered and leveled the town of Sodom? This righteous family got drunk and had sex with each other. But hey, it’s cool, the Bible blamed the girls.

    Go ahead and down vote me — but it is the truth.

  • [14] February 26, 2015 at 6:57pm

    This is not how laws are supposed to be passed in the U.S.

    It isn’t just a problem with the free speech. It is a problem of laws being created (or not enforced) without representation. There were patriots in America’s history who once fought a war (or two) when they were not allowed representation in government. The Democrats pull this crap at the risk of the Constitution and the entire nation.

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  • [11] February 26, 2015 at 6:51pm

    The important question wasn’t answered — does it contain viable DNA and when are we cloning it?

  • [7] February 24, 2015 at 10:56pm

    There is no liability in spilling coffee on yourself either, but people still get sued and juries are often comprised of stupid people.

  • [65] February 24, 2015 at 6:28pm

    Too bad they didn’t start recording earlier. I would have loved to see how the big guy ended up on the ground getting pounded and pounded and pounded…

    Now watch the dumba#$ sue the MMA fighter, and some equally stupid jury will find that MMA fighters should be held liable for beating on “innocent” members of the public.The smarter thing to do is ignore the bully, but I enjoyed watching the beat down. Rematch!

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  • [31] February 18, 2015 at 8:48pm

    Yeah, I don’t think that young man just made his mom cry.

  • [4] February 17, 2015 at 7:10pm

    I’m a bit suspicious of stories like these. A twelve-year-old girl with a year of training fights off a man. No witnesses and the girl can’t give a description of the man.

    I’ll believe anything if there is enough proof. Otherwise, I need to look at what the likely hood is that a story is true or false. This story just seem unlikely to me.

    As a kid I took martial arts for several years. I could handle myself against someone a little bigger than me, but there are limits.I once got into a fight with another kid that weighed a good 50 lbs. more than me. We soon had a crowd around us, and I could hear other kids saying, “Dam*, that skinny kid is kicking a**.” Then the big dude hit me, and I heard someone say, “Ooooh! We better break this up.”

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  • [2] February 16, 2015 at 5:49pm

    An entirely random group of young men had an unfortunate altercation with another completely random group of young men that some have called crusaders. This altercation got out of hand and the crusaders lost their heads in this minor dust up. The President does not believe it is helpful to condemn these acts as it only encourages them and serves as a tool to recruiting. A further statement may be released after the President’s fund raising golf event.

    (In case you’re stupid, that was sarcasm.)

  • [5] February 14, 2015 at 7:24pm

    My dog is a Cane Corso — think pit bull on steroids at 125lbs. He is a black and white dog, so I called him Popo. Trust me, you would rather deal with the police than Popo.

  • [133] February 14, 2015 at 3:28am

    I watched this on The 5 yesterday, and he didn’t have the job yet. It’s really cool to see him get the job.

    There is too many stories about young black males embracing a crime culture. It is heart warming to see a young man starting his life honorably. The whole country is proud of him and proud of everybody that stepped up to help him.

    Too bad the race baiters like Al Sharpton can’t stand up and support all those involved.

  • [39] February 11, 2015 at 7:20pm

    Absolutely right! The TV pundits keep asking, “What do you plan to replace Obamacare with?”

    How about nothing. We had the best healthcare in the world before Obamacare. Is it better now under Onamacare? No. Is it getting worse under Obamacare? Yes. Will we have the VA system for everyone pretty soon? Probably.

  • February 10, 2015 at 6:07pm

    Thanks Kupo, I just learned something new. My nephew is going to learn something new too, but it will cost him. I’m sure he’ll bet me when he thinks I don’t know what I’m talking about.

  • [1] February 10, 2015 at 6:04pm

    I don’t wait 13 minutes after boiling. I cool right away. I also do the blowing like a balloon, and between the two it works for me.

  • [1] February 10, 2015 at 12:18am

    LOL!

  • [3] February 9, 2015 at 7:40pm

    I agree with you. What exactly is it about Common Core that is bad? The opponents of Common Core need to make this explicit if they want to win the argument.

    From reading this article it appears that Jindal doesn’t like it now because it does incorporate enough technology or something. I’ve seen examples of Common Core math and it is an absolutely horrible means of teaching math. It focuses on understanding the concepts over rote learning (e.g. practicing times tables). However, when a student needs to learn multiplication the focus needs to be on memorizing the times tables. This is the basics. If you want to play a musical instrument you need to learn how to play the notes first. After that you can start exploring the theory behind music (or math). On the other hand, Common Core tries to incorporate reading and writing throughout every course. I really don’t have a problem with that concept.

    The biggest problem I have with Common Core is that it is the federal government mandating what the states need to do in regards to education. I blame the Republicans for this! It was Buuuussshhh who pushed No Child Left Behind. The Republican party has nobody to blame but themselves for expanding the federal government into education. This is EXACTLY why I will not vote for a “moderate” (i.e. big government) Republican.

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  • [29] February 9, 2015 at 7:17pm

    I bet that the Stars & Stripes figured that Brian Williams was going to do a bit more lying, and when he did so they were going to release the interview. Instead he has tried to disappear and that’s why they’re releasing it now.

    Why is the CNN reporter going after a Stars & Stripes reporter? Oh yeah, because CNN never had the journalistic pride to call Williams out themselves.

  • [3] February 9, 2015 at 7:11pm

    Maybe this is the best way to reign in the Supreme Court decisions — ignore them.

  • [14] February 7, 2015 at 11:28pm

    That’s because most Jews in the U.S. are avowed liberals to the core. The same with the Irish in Boston. It is ingrained in them from the time they are born (I’m Irish and seriously dated a Jewish girl). It is very few of us that can break the liberal ideology that is part of our upbringing.

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