User Profile: Dano.50


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  • January 26, 2015 at 8:02am

    We call them that too, and they’re not that rare. People just need to get outside more when it’s -30 degrees.

    They are formed by ice crystals in air and I found them to be a very accurate predictor for how long a cold snap will last.

    Basically, when it’s that cold and you see sun dogs you’re guaranteed at least three more days of the the deep freeze as it takes about that long for the system to clear once the source is gone.

    The morning the sun dogs disappear, as long as they don’t reappear within in three days, the -30 will start to break.

    I found this out for the thirty some years I had to feed cattle every stinking day in that kind of weather.

    And the only thing sun dogs guarantee is that the temp won’t go up.

    There are none that the temp won’t go lower still.

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  • [2] January 23, 2015 at 3:20pm

    And how about this?

    You claim there’s a rape gene and seem to be dead set on killing somebody.

    Well, while the baby MIGHT have the rape gene, the rapist not only must have the rape gene, he’s acted on it.

    So by your own reasoning, we should do him first.

  • [5] January 23, 2015 at 2:02pm

    Well if there’s a “rape” gene, there’s got to be a “serial killer” gene, and a “pedophile” gene, and a “theft” gene, and a “con artist” gene, yada, yada.

    Holy cow!

    DNA test ‘em all!

    And as soon as the kid’s born, toss ‘em in the clink.

    Or maybe we should just abort all the babies with the genes we don’t like and–

    Hey wait a sec.

    Aren’t we already doing that?





    “Safe, legal and RARE.”

  • [37] January 23, 2015 at 12:53pm

    Your “beliefs, morals and ethics” are forcing us to participate in your life, because we have to pay for it.

    Anybody who has to pay for something, has EVERY right to have a say.

  • [27] January 23, 2015 at 12:49pm

    And please don’t use the “Executing a rapist is murder” bit.

    If an insane person can’t be executed because they “Don’t have the intellectual capacity to understand what they’re doing” then a baby certainly qualifies.

    How about waiting til the child is an adult, and when they can understand the consequences of their conception, and then hold a trail to see if they should be aborted?

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  • [27] January 23, 2015 at 12:36pm

    Rewarding rape?


    It does no such thing except in some convoluted Freudian twist.

    If we have to take a life, how about after a DNA test executing the rapist?

    In cases of a pregnancy from rape we can even avoid the cost incarceration by a simple DNA test and the money could go to counseling for the victim.

    In the end, if she still wants to abort, at least it was her who had the best help that could be provided, as well as all options presented to her, and our side knows we gave it our best.

    Plus the guy responsible can’t repeat offend.

    And it’ll be cheaper in the long run.

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  • [23] January 22, 2015 at 6:06pm

    Going on in the Netherlands right now.

    In fact a couple years ago a big scandal broke, that the doctors weren’t even consulting the families.

    They were just turning off the switches, and then calling the families and say, “Sadly, we have to inform you your So and So passed away last night.

  • [10] January 20, 2015 at 8:42am

    Fox isn’t allowed inside because radical tongues are starting to slip.

    Last summer there was an rally in Calgary, Alberta, a pro Israel rally to denounce a Palestinian mob that had beaten up a SMALL Jewish group the week before. They’d kicked women when they were down and sent several to hospital.

    Despite that, wandering around the Israel rally, all I heard of private conversation were desires for peace. Not one, single, solitary, “We’re gonna get those b****ds.”

    Then I learned about the Palestine rally the next day, and snuck into it. Far too many private conversations went along the lines of “Kill all the Jews.”

    If Fox happened to overhear such, or find some nut who WANTS to speak to the camera, well there goes the “This is just a peaceful rally for the prophet.” line.

    So the solution is to keep unsympathetic media out.

    Which I believe is how you create propaganda.

  • January 19, 2015 at 4:52pm

    Ah but why that sterile ugly unflattering color then?

  • January 19, 2015 at 12:37pm

    These days the nurses wear a pants uniform, so this problem has probably been forgotten but…
    When my sister first became a nurse her uniform was that classic white dress, and those really ugly sterile white nylon stockings.
    The reason for this was because men, when in for a check up, would ALWAYS have elevated blood pressure if they caught even glimpse of a woman’s leg.

    A humorous example of how men think was on Family Feud

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  • [2] January 18, 2015 at 11:10pm

    They were caught because they left an eviDUNCE trail.

  • [-1] January 16, 2015 at 6:03pm

    I got to wondering WHAT, might be the reasoning behind the difference between something being “moral” and some being “immoral.”

    You can’t disagree, that when something bad happens there is a recovery cost, be it sweat/time/money, just to get back the finances/reputation you had already attained.

    Maybe the basic difference between a moral act, and an immoral one, is just that the latter greatly increases the odds of your getting into a situation from which you will be behind again, and have to waste resources recovering again.

    It would also explain why those who constantly get bailed out never learn. Someone else always pays the price.

    “Everybody’s doing it so I may as well.” is also a socialist attitude toward morals, because just like in socialism, eventually people give up the straight and narrow, because they’re told they’re saps and suckers.

    When most of us TRY to be moral, we can cover for the rest who can’t seem to keep it together.

    If Bob gets ahead of immorally, well, he’s probably going to loose it while I’ll still be ahead of where I started.

    And if Sam gets ahead of me the same as Bob and looses it, I still don’t care. No skin off my back.

    It’s the same if Cindy, Darren, Marie, Miles and Milhouse do the same.

    But when they vote that we all have to pool our gains to spread the costs of failure?

    Well just like socialism, that’s when the people who’ve tried really hard to build something, simply give up.

    In reply to the contribution Dear Christians, It's Time to Stop Being Timid

  • [2] January 16, 2015 at 4:46pm

    Sports lessons cross over into other areas of life.
    Whenever we were getting stomped the coaches always urged to dig deep, and that’s how we learned to face apparently insurmountable odds.
    That kind of character needs to be developed, so you to learn how to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
    And I bet radical Islam won’t stop for us to catch up when they’re ahead.

  • [3] January 16, 2015 at 4:28pm

    Never bothered to watch the video but…
    I have no sympathy for coyotes.
    I used to ranch and sometimes a cow, after a difficult birth, is paralyzed on the hind end.
    I found one in this condition, very much alive and strong enough to push up on her front legs to try and drag herself away.
    Where I could see the coyotes had eaten her back end in nearly a foot.
    She probably would have bleed to death that night but ever since?
    I don’t give a rat’s pattootie how a coyote dies.
    They ain’t the top of the food chain, and they don’t anything before tearing into it. Not a newborn calf.
    Not even a rabbit.

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  • [108] January 15, 2015 at 12:25am

    Not should.


    The “Let’s just get in there and they’ll eventually come around” way has been tried, and it’s failed.

    Keep all that money, and use it build the biggest stick on the block.

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  • [3] January 14, 2015 at 12:56pm

    Maybe somebody already posted this but…

    Doesn’t this guy think struggling families would have their kids raid this new pantry?

    Course we could tie the cans to the desk to prevent theft.

    Or lock them up when not in use so some kid couldn’t accidentally can another kid.

    But sooner or later someone would get canned.

    And if we save just one life

    So there’d be that anti canning lobby to get canned foods banned.

    Which means even banning canned food at home.

    And then the first winter what happens?

    Mass starvation.


    This nut didn’t think this through, did he?

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  • [10] January 13, 2015 at 12:41pm


    Last I heard, part of the reason for the NRA’s formation was to treat freed slaves how to use a gun to defend their new found freedom.

  • [14] January 9, 2015 at 6:34pm

    And the way liberals up here are squealing about Prime Minister Harper, you’d have thought somebody was torturing a pig.

  • [4] January 4, 2015 at 5:55pm

    On the legalizing drugs bit, much as I hate drugs, I’ve always said I’m willing to let people do whatever drugs they want.

    As long as I, a non user, can legally conceal carry anywhere, and in any kind of altercation, be it a mugging, home invasion, or even me deciding to protect another person, if there are drugs in the perpetrator’s system, then no charges will be laid against me if I decide it necessary to shoot.

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  • [67] January 4, 2015 at 10:30am

    Czechoslovakia is kind of pass through the mountains, that armies just seem to have to pass through. During the Prussian War my great uncle was 12, and at that time armies just went around drafting any male old enough to hold a gun so his mother basically said, “You’re going to be dead anyway. Get out and find your way to America.”

    Which he did, on his own.

    My own grandparents got out til just before the Second World War, and they never spoke of the old country.

    Just before my grandmother died, when asked why they never taught us about our heritage she said, “Because it was so bad over there we just wanted to forget. We were Canadian now, free, and that’s all there was to it.”

    In everybody’s past they have ancestors who were oppressed, and ancestors who oppressed, and there are no exceptions on account of race.

    I read the “Book of Negros” and while it was a horrific account, nobody seems to bring up that the heroine (If I remember right a chief’s daughter) was captured with one of her own family’s slaves.

    She thought nothing of owning slaves. It’s just the way things were, and now she happened be in the same boat, albeit with crueler masters.

    She’s lucky the Portuguese didn’t get her. They killed all children, and all women except for sex slaves, and budgeted males lasted only 4 years, working them to death because it was cheaper to replace than maintain.

    Yet we never hear about the Brazilian slave trade.

    Or the modern day African/Muslim slave trade.

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