User Profile: Dano.50

Dano.50

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  • [1] September 14, 2014 at 9:26am

    Well if we’re not supposed to protect our homes and loved ones, why don’t we men just all get together and shave our legs?

    Here’s how bad things have gotten in Canada.

    If someone breaks into your home, if you stab them, club them, or even hit them too hard with your fists, the cops will charge you with assault, based on the word of the burglar at the time of arrest, or his physical condition if he’s out cold, and said crook can then SUE YOU for assault.

    What would happen if you sprayed poison in a crook’s face?

    And if you use a gun for defense, you’ll be in handcuffs as well.

    Several years ago an Ontario man’s house was being firebombed. He only shot over their heads and STILL was charged with a firearms offense. Only thing that saved kept him out of jail, after a year” court battle, was his security video showing the firebombing.

    A Manitoba farmer finally catching gas thieves only managed a couple shot gun pellets in their rear fender as they fled, and that was enough for the cops to charge him with assault with a deadly weapon.

    Ironically, Canada’s Charter of Freedoms does grant us the right to own guns, but judges have repeatedly ignored challenges showing how our “Firearms Act” violates our Charter, and for decades now it’s been taught, by media and liberals running our schools, that we don’t have that right.

    Now they’re doing the same thing in American schools, so don’t say you haven’t been warned.

  • [3] September 11, 2014 at 7:55pm

    What happens if the gun is dropped in mud or something?

    Will the print reader still work?

    How long does the sensor require to unlock the gun?

    Is there a battery indicator?

    My computer fingerprint reader fails about a third of the time first time.

    Anybody have an electronic device that works first time/every time?

    And most important, will this stop crooks from getting guns?

    Nothing’s hack proof, so they can still steal the gun, and reprogram.

    Or 3D print a hammer/trigger linkage to bypass the device after removing it.

    This is just another restriction for law abiding gun owners.

    Think I’ll pass.

  • [540] September 11, 2014 at 12:18am

    Amen.

    I’ve just been asked to support, and campaign for, a conservative running for office in Canada.

    When we first met I kept my questions neutral so he couldn’t figure out where I stood, except on Gaza when I tried to trick him by sounding sympathetic to the Palestinians.

    I asked, “What do you think of the Palestinian plight and their treatment?”

    He answered politely, and in no uncertain terms said Israel has the right to defend itself. Then he went on to call Hamas a terrorist organization and give examples of the Palestinian supporting them.

    Shook his hand and said, “I’m in.”

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  • [6] September 9, 2014 at 10:51pm

    A Texas woman once told me Texas girls get guns and shooting lessons for birthdays, graduation and a host of special occasions.

    I don’t think radical Islamists can comprehend that, not only is the average Texans packing, but that all of those owning guns have been shooting since they could get off their Daddy’s knee.

    Most terrorists need a suicide bomb, to accomplish what the average Texan can do with a snap shot.

    And I ain’t talkin’ Polaroid here.

  • [60] September 7, 2014 at 1:24pm

    I can tell you where a group are.

    Sweden and Norway.

    Saw a video on a moderate Muslim group that was posted, I think, by Daniel Greenfield, a contributor for canadafreepress.com.

    The speaker leading the discussion asked, “How many here consider yourselves what the world calls, “Moderate Muslims?” and pretty much like any lodge meeting , the several hundred people present all looked amongst themselves, nodded, shrugged, and raised hands.

    Several similar questions were posed, garnering similar responses, and then came the clincher question, which basically was, “And who all here believes Jews are evil and, along with Israel, needs to be eliminated?

    It got the EXACT same response. Everybody looked around, exchanged shrugs, and raised their hands.

    What WE consider “moderate” has nothing to do with what THEY consider “moderate.”

    It’s the same as the difference between our definition of peace, and theirs.

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  • September 5, 2014 at 10:02am

    Apologies. Stacked the second set of numbers in the right positions but for some reason posting left aligned everything.

  • [11] September 5, 2014 at 10:00am

    Are you serious?

    The 9 + 6 way may be a BIT harder to think about than 10 + 5 but anchor these numbers while somebody adds or subtracts it the old way.

    9485747375656463645858695993949586 -
    3405858995868657474747595963374525
    ———————————————————–

    or this

    126+
    43+
    387+
    15+
    62=
    —-

    Cribbage is just an example of a card board game and kid can’t add the total of their points/per hand, in their heads.

    I’ve actually seen 20 year olds counting the spots on the cards.

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  • September 2, 2014 at 1:12am

    Hollywood just ain’t listening, that we don’t want to hear what they have to say.

    We just want to be entertained.

    I know a “struggling” writer with about a 95% success rate as a finalist writing competitions but just can’t crack the agent/producer meet greet prizes.

    He hired a couple different Hollywood consultants, hoping for some final polish advice, and both basically said, “It’s too complex for a younger audience, and if you don’t have the male and female leads hook up, it won’t appeal to adults. And if you don’t put in a gay character you’ll never make it in this biz.”

    I can’t print his entire response but the polite version is he said he’ll dig ditches for the rest of his life before taking any p.c. strong arming.

  • [5] August 21, 2014 at 10:52pm

    It’s been shown that kids who grow up in a family with a handicapped sibling are far better at putting other people’s needs before their own.

    While people with attitudes like Dawkin’s make great little death camp Nazis.

  • [5] August 21, 2014 at 10:27pm

    Jones is a derriere smooching moron.

    Bush QUIT going to the golf course because some in the public thought it inappropriate at the time, not 2 years later because of Moore.

  • [7] August 21, 2014 at 10:22pm

    What the???

    Is Van Jones a Common Core Math major?

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  • [3] August 21, 2014 at 10:14pm

    CNN

    You are an unreliable news source and the only time I watch you is when I want to catch some Zs waiting for the next flight.

    And if anybody ever gets hold of a remote that will change airport channels, you’ll lose 90% of your remaining audience.

  • [1] August 21, 2014 at 4:49pm

    This is ridiculous. What’s next? “Hey Mike, you still buy toilet paper off the shelf like us or is yours customer rolled in a third world sweat shop like fine Cuban cigars?

    If somebody succeeds honestly it doesn’t matter if they live in a mansion or a tent, drive rust bucket or a BMW, or eat Kraft dinner or go out for lobster every doggone night.

    Whatever happened to “Enjoying the fruits of your labor?”

    The whole point of working harder is to improve your quality of life, whether it means you live better personally, or so you can give more to charity.

    It’s nobody’s business but your own.

    How many who would criticize Mike for owning a mansion and slopping champagne and caviar, worship at the alters of celebrities who use drugs, cheat on spouses and thumb noses at laws we dirty fingernail folk obey?

    If you have the good fortune to get an answer from a successful person the only question you should ask is, “What do you feel are the decisions that hinder, or worse, set back, most people’s careers?”

    Anybody can succeed if the going never gets rough but life ALWAYS smacks you upside the head.

    Common sense is just being able to anticipate what might go wrong, and at least be prepared if it does.

    That’s why when a consummate failure fails again, some old dudes just shake their heads and mutter, “Thet boy jess ain’t got no lick o’ common sense.”

  • August 18, 2014 at 9:59pm

    Why is that dingbat lawyer insinuating Michael Brown was purposely shot in the head?

    The kid was charging, maybe even stumbling after the first few hits, and if he was falling forward, while conscious, he would instinctively put hands ahead to break his fall.

    Which was most likely when the fatal shots hit.

    That most bullets hit the arm is enough to show the cop isn’t the greatest shot.

    And if Michael Brown was charging forward, his torso would have been twisting as he ran, which explains that arm receiving that number of wounds.

    Under such circumstances I doubt any but the the best marksman could have purposely hit someone in the head, and most competition marksmen have never had to place their shots while being attacked.

    The whole theory behind rapid fire is to fill the air with lead so nobody can get through, and by the time the cop – or anybody else – would have realized his target was going down, he’d have fired off at least another couple rounds before he could have stopped himself.

    Most likely, every bullet hole in Michael Browns’ body hit its location by pure chance.

  • [2] August 17, 2014 at 9:48pm

    The saying, “All that evil requires is for good men to stand aside” first came to mind but…

    Obviously in that picture there are no good men standing there.

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  • [7] August 17, 2014 at 9:45pm

    I golf.

    And endorsements he gets?

    I’ll buy.

  • [2] August 14, 2014 at 9:48pm

    They’re asking why the name of the cop wasn’t released.

    Maybe because some nut job might attack the wrong guy with the same name, as has happened before.

    Michael Brown’s death is tragic but nobody knows for sure what happened yet. We didn’t exactly get the right info on Treyvon Martin and Al Sharpton has a nasty habit of backing the wrong pony. Best thing I heard today was that race baiter was told to go home.

    I can understand the anger, and barricades and marching in the street. Martin Luther King Jr. did just that and he’s a hero, but looting?

    I can even understand stealing food even if you or you family are starving, but booze, jewelry, and that flat screen you’ve had your eye on?

    Call out the dogs and the fire hoses, and I’ll cheer the cops on, even though personal experience has shown the average cop is no more honorable than the next Joe Blow.

    Bad as I’ve seen them, here I’ve never seen them mob up to loot and burn their own community.

  • [5] August 14, 2014 at 1:31pm

    As long as it’s YOU being attacked, even if it’s by a group of violent nut jobs, you can say, “I will not raise hand in violent response.” til the cows come home.

    But when someone else is being attacked however, without doubt being slaughtered by violent nut jobs, it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to stop them by any and all means possible.

    It’s called a “Just Cause.”

    Unfortunately these days, people’s morals are so opaqued they wouldn’t know a “Just Cause” if one up and kicked them in the backside.

    As example of when our political and religious leaders had some guts, during the Second World War Pope Pius commanded Catholics were obligated to help the Jews. And any persecuted by the Nazis.

    And please don’t drag out that old chest”nut” “Hitler’s Pope” by Cornwell. Check out some Michael Coren, and General Ion Pacepa’s “Disinformation”instead.

  • August 14, 2014 at 1:09pm

    That story about Nero playing the violin as Rome burned is not true because the instrument was not invented til about the 1500′s.

    Golf however was.

    So I can’t help wondering if future generations will see Obama teeing off, with world around him in flames.

  • August 14, 2014 at 12:59pm

    Any normal person would find it “strange” to say the least, to hear somebody “conversing” about them like that, and a cop’s job forces them to decide whether strange is harmless, or is going to get somebody hurt.

    The police officer gave you the chance to explain yourself, and in my opinion your responses and subsequent actions only further served to elevate tension.

    My respect for law enforcement has dramatically decreased in the last decade, but in this case I wish they would have slapped the cuffs on you and hauled you in for whatever trumped up reason they could come up with.

    And then body cavity searched you.

    And I got a fan-****ing-tastic sense o’ ha-ha.

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