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Dano.50

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  • April 15, 2014 at 7:25pm

    Okee dokee.

    Next time I have a date, and we get mugged or something, she can hold them off while I run for help.

    Or when we pass some aggressive mutt she can stand in front of me.

    How about the women check that strange noise out downstairs?

    And why haven’t I seen ANY women plumbers? Not a one. Does that mean without men, we’d all be using outhouses?

    I was on a mixed crew sailboat, attacked by pirates just off the Maldives, and the women never said, “Look. They probably just want some sex. We’ll accommodate, and they’ll probably let us go.”

    In fact, they looked pretty darn relieved when all the guys manned up, racked the weapons we had and got out the machetes, and had the women get below and out of sight.

    In every Muslim country we visited, the only time the women in our crew weren’t fondled or groped by the local men was when we men surrounded, or at least accompanied, the women.

    And even so, we were approached numerous times, if we would sell “our” women.

    Feminazis need to get back to reality. The only reason they can be such, is because there are MEN in their world protecting their right to denegrade us.

    Those who don’t believe me, only need to visit about 90% of the rest of the world.

  • April 12, 2014 at 2:41pm

    Darn tootin’ this isn’t over.

    Take the cow fart argument as an example.

    We fought that in Canada twenty years ago, and look how it’s come up again.

    After 20 more years of brainwashing and dumbing down.

  • April 8, 2014 at 12:45pm

    From what what I understood Randy Weaver was no racist. He and his family just wanted to be left alone, and had attended what he thought was a meeting of similar minded people. A police mole befriended Randy, and later asked him to saw off a shotgun. The mole said he measured so it was still legal, but had marked it a eighth, or sixteenth maybe, short. After Mr. Weaver sawed the barrel he was charged with making an illegal firearm. The court date was set, but nobody informed Mr. Weaver in time, who was off grid and rarely picked up his mail. The swat team, in camo, went in, never identifying themselves, surprised Mr. Weaver’s teen son while he was hunting, and shot his dog. The kid reacted as anybody would when confronted by camoed strangers popping out of nowhere shooting, and the cops went stupid.

    I have friends who went through a roughly similar situation. They live in an area with beaver problems, and it’s habit to take the gun to the door try to get rid of them. It just happened a cop was checking up on a drinking complaint, and he panicked, shooting himself in the leg, and then lying about it.

    The swat team went in guns blazing, and there are still bullet holes in the house, and they wouldn’t let family members go in to even try talk to the father.

  • April 8, 2014 at 12:18pm

    Dealing with the same garbage in Canada.

    In our area, cattle herds need to be reduced so the grouse and burrowing owls have room.

    The only way this issue is going to be resolved is when the citiots get it through their heads their food does not originate in the grocery store.

    Unfortunately, that’ll never happen until everybody starves for a long time.

  • April 6, 2014 at 9:19pm

    Agree 100%.

    I’ve sailed around a good chunk of the world and children sailing with their parents are more responsible and have more common sense at ten than many do at twenty.

    Bad things happen. It’s life.

    But if you’re going to plan your life based on sickness and accidents, you’re not even safe in your own home as more people die in bathroom accidents than on planes.

    We overcame everything sailing in the middle of nowhere threw at us, and my only regret is that right now I’m not sailing.

  • April 4, 2014 at 12:51am

    I have a book written in the 1930′s called “Makers of the Modern World.”

    It tells the story of dozen of people, engineers, inventors, writers, and all sorts of people, (Including Lincoln) and you wouldn’t believe how many had some “mental problem” for which we now label and drug for.

    Edison, Mozart, Currie, and so many others. They all had issues.

    Back then there was no system to sponge off of, so parents said, “Well if you ain’t making use of schoolin’ then you’re going learn some other way.”

    Mother’s home schooled. Fathers put their sons through the “School of Hard Knocks.” (Which doesn’t necessarily mean a beating.)

    These people learned, and many of them became the successes who saved our backsides in time of crises.

    I don’t know if this is true or not, but it’s claimed the discoverer of A.D.H.D., on his deathbed, says he made the whole thing up, for government funding.

    Maybe so, maybe no, but I do believe we’re doping down a bunch of our potential innovators who obsessively stick to a problem until they solve it.

  • April 2, 2014 at 12:45am

    He seems to have been accused by several people so there’s no way, in this day and age where people’s instinct is to get on youtube instead of help, that somebody didn’t get footage cause every Tom, Dick and Sherri has a camera on them at all times.

    If not footage, then it had to be a bunch of anti-2nd Amendment clowns lied their butts off, which resulting in this kid getting tazed.

    And since every call’s recorded he’ll have a ton of evidence to slap every lib who made a false claim with a lawsuit.

    It’s time these libs get hoisted by their own petard.

  • March 28, 2014 at 9:08am

    Conservatives believe in and let live but we also believe that the only way to learn, is to pay for your mistakes.

    So fire him.

    And not because he violated a liberal politically correct rule, but because he, and all liberals, need to learn that such rules are a bad idea in the first place.

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  • March 27, 2014 at 12:19am

    When you know someone is going to do exactly what they say they are going to do, good bad or ugly, you stand a far better chance getting a straight deal from them, good, bad or ugly, than you do from somebody who’s proven over and over, that they’ll stab you in the back.

    Tyrants like Putin are far easier to deal with, because you know, no matter what he says, he will do what’s best for himself and Russia.

    Tyrants like Obama will change loyalties with the wind.

  • March 27, 2014 at 12:09am

    Oh, and last?

    Skinny people don’t just eat a lot. Many seem to actually NEED to eat a lot.

    It’s like their bodies just can’t retain calories. Or maybe they don’t digest as efficiently.

    Either way.

    If there’s ever a famine, us hefties are the ones who are going to go the distance.

    And in the end, look good to boot.

  • March 27, 2014 at 12:06am

    Anonymous.

    I can think of several reasons.

    1st; Most us actually played a sport instead of the video game version.

    2nd; We did all sorts of running around without being told, “Stop, that’s too dangerous.”

    3rd; We always brought sports equipment to school to have pickup games. Kids aren’t allowed to even bring a ball and glove anymore.

    4th; I seem to recall candy, ice cream, pop and such being a treat, with Halloween, Easter and Christmas being the big hauls. Now kids get so much year round I’ve seen parents give gifts at Easter instead of candy. Most kids don’t even see candy as a treat, but a staple and I’d bet most think it’s one of the basic food groups.

  • March 24, 2014 at 11:48pm

    Why do these sack politicians always roll up their sleeves when addressing the public?

    Rolling up sleeves was meant to keep them clean when doing something that got your hands dirty and—

    Oh wait!

    My mistake.

    I guess politicians still are getting their hands dirty these days.

  • March 24, 2014 at 11:26pm

    Kidncat,

    Saw the same thing about the spelling.

    Holy —-!

  • March 19, 2014 at 10:29am

    Check out “Faster Than The Speed of Light” by physicist Joao Magueijo.

    His advanced theories speculate light might not be a constant, that it traveled much faster in the earliest moments of the universe, as much as 30,000 times faster, and is now sort of encased in a gravity/ice. (That’s the best I can describe it.) that has slowed it down.

    If such is true, it throws all sorts of things into question, the biggest thing being, since age and size of the universe is based on the speed of light being a constant, if light was faster even for a billionth of a second at the beginning of the universe it’s a massive difference because of exponentials.

    Another book “Einstein’s Mistakes, by Hans C. Ohanian, author of several textbooks and dozens of articles on physics, is an interesting read.

    For one thing, even though Einstein did the math, he simply couldn’t believe Black Holes existed, so he fudged certain numbers when coming up with E=MC2.

    Not saying theses guys are right but…

    Until the experiments were done, centuries ago people thought rotting meat and plants just spontaneously gave birth to maggots.

    Only after a scientist isolated dead plants and animals from flies, did they begin to realize different.

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  • March 4, 2014 at 10:04pm

    Don’t know why anybody is surprised by this.

    Check out Mel Fisher, who, in the early 80′s found the Atocha, a Spanish ship that sank off Florida in 1622.

    He’d had a deal with the U.S. government, that they’d get a percentage of what ever he found, 10% if I remember right.

    It took years to find, Mel lost a son and daughter-in-law, and then the guv tried to take the whole four hundred and fifty million. (Only half has been found.)

    Mel spent nearly a decade in the court and when it was over the government was found to be so in the wrong, Mel was also given the government’s share.

    Won’t happen that way now.

    But any treasure hunter knows this. Even if you find something hundreds of years old, some country is going to sue for it because the cargoes were insured even back then.

    I’ve read of several hunters who spent decades searching for a particular treasure, traveling to foreign countries and learning the language to scour old records.

    Only to have their find seized.

  • March 2, 2014 at 8:44pm

    Kerry whined, “You just don’t in the 21st century behave in 19th century fashion by invading another country on completely trumped up pre-text.”

    Last I heard, dictators and conquerors can behave anyway they want when nobody can give them a bloody nose.

    Odumba, Kerry and the democrats must be heavy Neville Chamberlain admirers, to think everybody in power in this world are “civilized.”

    It just goes to show how out of touch they are.

    How stupid can they be, expecting “Support of the international community” when most of said international community is lead by Putin wannabes, dictators who gained power via corruption, murder, and mass murder even. The only leaders who don’t admire Putin fear him, and fear and admiration are two things none of the world leaders have for the world joke, Obama.

  • February 28, 2014 at 3:33pm

    Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa everybody!

    Didn’t Holder just say you only have to obey the laws that feel just in your hearts?

    This couple doesn’t have to pay a penny!

  • February 28, 2014 at 12:19pm

    You have to kind of wonder when the harp/robe/fluffy cloud image of Heaven began.

    Because until relatively recently most people wore the same filthy rags, never bathed, wallowed in muck and animal waste to survive, ate with what was left of their teeth, and slept on bug and rodent infested straw.

    That soothing harp/clean white robe/fluffy cloud bedding would sound like a pretty good paradise to me.

  • February 27, 2014 at 7:56pm

    For the record, I am no snooper. It’s just not my style. I was only curious, just wondering what he’d been up to. I have nothing to hide and assumed he didn’t either.”

    “For the record” snooping is going into other people’s private stuff without permission.

    It doesn’t matter if he’s a jerk. (Which he is.)

    She is still the 100% definition of a snoop.

  • February 26, 2014 at 12:11am

    That might be true if every time tin foil hats were previously mentioned, it wasn’t in reference to delusional, paranoid conservatives.

    Nobody ever refers to a liberal in such case.

    Just like saying, “A drunk senator and a woman approach a bridge.” is never used to dig a conservative. The “democrat” is implied.

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