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Dano.50

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  • March 6, 2015 at 12:30pm

    Oh and by the way, I did observe comparisons similar to the test I’m suggesting.

    The Jewish people won hands down.

  • [21] March 6, 2015 at 12:21pm

    What’s worse, is nobody seems to have stood up for this guy.
    I saw the same garbage at Ezra Levant’s rally in Calgary, Alberta last summer.
    The day of the Israeli/anti violence rally, all sorts of anti-Semite comments were screamed by passersby, mostly from those in cars.
    When I found out there was going to be a pro Palestinian rally the next day, I went to it for comparison and NOT ONCE.
    Not one.
    Single
    Solitary.
    Time.
    Did I hear ANY,
    Anti Islamic or anti Palestine comments.
    That says it all.

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  • [2] March 6, 2015 at 12:10pm

    Much as I HATE to bring this up…

    I don’t think this is a fair comparison.

    He needs to dress as a Muslim, not Palestinian or anything like that. Just pose as simple ordinary plain clothed Muslim and conduct the same test.

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  • [1] March 5, 2015 at 8:29am

    Rabid,

    My nephew did two tours in Afghanistan. Their schedule is two ground humping patrols, (Can’t remember how many days) carrying full pack, with “third” patrol on sentry duty back at base, basically rest, and/or recovery from things ranging from wounds to typical physical injury.

    If you haven’t recovered by your next patrol, someone else is rotated in.

    Now yes there are exceptions but, on average, women’s leg bones cannot take the pounding of hauling full battle pack over rough ground, so far more of them have to spend more time on sentry to recover, which means the healthy, the men pick up the slack, doing 3/1, 4/1 and 5/1 schedules.

    I also have cousin who is a fire captain. He was reprimanded for not hiring two women who simply could not pass the physical requirements of the job. (They sued for discrimination.)

    “Glamorous” as fire fighting appears, it’s a lot of grunt work.

    Our fireman competition serves as example. Two ompetitors run up and down stairs in full gear, rescuing a body weight mannequin. First across the line wins, and times are recorded.

    Oddly, in that particular event, there were no women competing, not even against each other, and I couldn’t help wondering if it was because, if the men consistently beat the women, or even just always clocked significantly faster, people would notice.

  • [21] March 4, 2015 at 8:40am

    The reason there are so few “Real Men” is because boys have to be taught such, that there are times to walk away and times to stand your ground. (Defending the women in your family is a “Stand your ground” thingy for those who haven’t figured it out.)
    Now?
    Boys have “Don’t fight. Don’t fight. Don’t fight.” drilled into them, and when puberty hits the only thing they’re taught is to shave their legs.
    Chivalry is akin to gunboat diplomacy.
    Jerks used to behave politely with when women were present – that includes not using foul language – because there were always a few men around skilled in the “Gentlemanly Arts.” (That’s boxing for you manscapers.)
    And the thing is, real men should still behave as gentlemen, even if the ladies present only qualify by chromosomal default.

  • [11] March 2, 2015 at 12:20pm

    Looks more like a mouse than a rat.

    Rats can squeeze through a hole the size of a quarter so how small a hole do you think a mouse can get through. Rodents have a bendable skeletal structure and even their skulls can deform slightly to squeeze through holes.

    On the farm, we just made sure we had cats. (Although here now, the SPCA won’t let farmers take cats, even though they exterminate un-adopted strays.

    In any case, 1st, don’t leave food of any kind, and especially crumbs, laying around. Clean the place up. Especially if you have kids.

    Rodents initially enter sensing food and will stay only stay if they find it. That means locking up the dog and cat food too.

    2nd set out traps, and LEAVE them in hidden runway areas. Mice hug walls and corners. Don’t use poisons as the mice may get back into the walls or furniture before they die, and then you’ve got dead mouse stink for months.

    3rd, fill every hole and crack you can find, around plumbing outlets, and even where the wood meets the concrete foundation on the outside walls with steel wool or an expanding foam.

    4th, use a dang cat. That’s its job, and why they were domesticated in the first place.

  • [2] February 25, 2015 at 1:52pm

    Mind,

    Then why have people and companies, who have only commented negatively about Obama and the democratic party, been disproportionately harassed by the IRS and other government agencies?

  • February 21, 2015 at 10:18am

    Brigott,

    At least get your science straight.

    The Theory of Evolution, and Survival of the Fittest, have absolutely nothing to do with each other.

    Evolution says something NEW must be added to genetic information. A new gene must either develop, or an old one alter (mutate) to form a positive trait that ensures survival.

    Survival of the fittest however, (Which Creationists have never denied by the way.) is when the genetic information already IN the chromosomes enables something to survive a new threat.

    An example is the Spanish Flu after the First World War. Traditional methods of caring for the sick – Penicillin wasn’t discovered until 1928 – simply did not work. What seemed to work for some because they survived, did not reliably work enough on others to considered “The Cure.”.

    A final report on the epidemic said, you either survived, or you didn’t, which we know know means those people had the genetic fortitude to do so.

    The bacteria that survived already H the genetic material to do so, and ALL of their descendants carry those genes. Survival of the fittest. Not evolution.

  • [7] February 16, 2015 at 3:24pm

    Ask if they can keep the money??!!!

    Just what are these clowns smoking?

    Since any error in tax returns resulted in anal micro probes, tell the government not only do they have to pay up, they have to pay fines and penalties at IRS RATES for ever day of delay.

  • [7] February 15, 2015 at 11:31am

    I see Americans calling Canadians idiots here, and Canadians calling Americans the same.

    So every Canadian thinks all other Canadians are stand up guys, and all Americans think all other Americans are great?

    Well I’ve seen jerks on both sides of the border. I just happen to know more Canadians bozos number wise,because I live here. Percentage wise, the clown ratio is about the same.

    But I’ve got a lot of dang good American friends, some of whom I’ve been through a sh** storm with, the only way to actually learn who can be trusted, and I’d go to hell and back to help these guys.

    And I’ll forever be indebted to the U.S. Navy as they saved us some years ago in the Arabian Sea.

    Canada just couldn’t get the canoes there in time.

    But America has Obama now, and with all the red tape the American military has to deal with under him, the Navy probably would have been told to “Stand down” lest an international incident occur.

    But Canada has Harper, and he sure isn’t bowing and kissing ISIS but like a certain American leader is.

    How about canning the country generalizations?

    Cause, when the navy stopped those Middle East nut jobs after us, said nut jobs never said, “We just want to slaughter the infidel Americans. The Canadians, and all other nationalities, except the Jews, we have no quarrel with and you are free to go.”

  • [2] February 15, 2015 at 10:45am

    And Sun News Network was against all that.

    Check some of it’s stuff if you can find it.

  • February 14, 2015 at 12:20am

    I doubt anybody’s going to read a story this old, but…

    Just in case…

    I have to backtrack.

    I made a comment abut the burkah and head scarf being compulsory dress by Islam for religious reasons but…

    Watching Michael Coren on Sun News, (He’s far more knowledgeable than I.) he stated such clothing is not religious, but cultural.

    If that is the case, then I have to admit I’m wrong.

    But I would like to know then, why Imams and radical Islam get away with forcing women to wear the things.

    A radical feminist in the U.S.claimed a woman should be able to safely walk naked, in a room full of men without fear of being accosted.

    Now since there’s an entire industry geared towards men who partake of such gandering, I’d like to see her try. “Nice” guys will do what she assumes.

    But it’s the bad guys that tend to think, “Hey. The way she was undressed, she was asking for it.”

    Also, why pretty much every feminist group is isn’t shrieking for Male Muslim heads, I’ll never understand.

  • [3] February 13, 2015 at 9:09am

    Has there ever been a peaceful age under Islam?

    Now it’s America’s fault, and Israel’s, but since Israel has only been around since the Second World War, and America, 1776, why was Islam mad before?

    I know they blame the Europeans and Christians for the Crusades, but now that people are asking, we find the crusades were to throw off the Islamic yoke, of dhimmi life and slavery.

    As my Mother used to say, “If it’s YOU always fighting with everybody then maybe it’s YOU.”

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  • [18] February 10, 2015 at 6:09pm

    Oh and isn’t Muslim girls and women having to cover their hair, a religious practice?

  • [30] February 10, 2015 at 6:05pm

    J-Mo

    Give specific and verifiable examples of courses and assignments where Muslims have to make the sign of the Cross, read the Bible or Torah, get tested on scripture and verse, study Passover and such.

    And tell their parents.

    Muslim students bring religious paraphernalia to school.

    The burkas IS a religious garment.

    I happen to know of a Muslim family where, when the Dad’s gone the daughters dress Western, and by no means trashy, but when Dad’s home they’re wrapped up like mummies.

    Women in Iran dressed exactly as we did until the radicals took over in the 80′s.

    Muslims are supposed to pray what, five times a day.

    Can you seriously tell me none of these kids say prayers in school?

    And last, Atheists sure go vocal when their beliefs are “violated.” Why can’t they just shrug and think, “Thank me, I’m not that stupid.” and drop it?

    For how they react to the sight of a crucifix, you’d think Atheists were cliche vampire.

    And King.

    If you aren’t aware of kids getting suspended for saying grace privately over school meals, (Maybe they’re not praying, but fortifying themselves to be able to stomach a school lunch.) then you must be new to this site.

  • [58] February 10, 2015 at 5:03pm

    Whoa, whoa, whoa.

    You can’t even say grace before a meal in School.

    And there’s a whole freaking course on Islam?

    Is this that stupid “Liberals can’t run a logic path.” thing again?

    Better be a bunch of atheists suing to have the stuff removed.

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  • February 4, 2015 at 1:43pm

    Alma

    The pill theory for autism makes a heck of a lot more sense than the the vaccination theory. In the womb a baby has 100% of exponential growth and development in an chemically altered environment.

    The only way to know if the pill is the culprit would be to compare children from mothers who never took it to those who have, and also those who waited at least 18 months to become pregnant.

    The same with the vaccines. Compare none vaccinated children to vaccinated.

    Also, if it is vaccines there should have been increases in autism as soon as the programs began, and same with the pill; a notable rise after it went on the market.

    But then people can’t seem follow a logic path.

    I use the same for organic food.

    Most farmers use pesticides and herbicides, (I used to farm and ranch) and ever year throughout the summer we handle the concentrated chemicals, which must be diluted, anywhere from a 500 to a 1000 times in the sprayers.

    Yet farmers don’t have higher cancer or birth defect rates, even though we eat all our own produce.

    In fact the reason most 60 year old farmers have high blood pressure because their 90 year old fathers are still around to complain about how they’re running the family farm.

    Some people may be allergic to chemicals and need organic food, yes, but to say all such food is bad for everybody?

    That’s ridiculous.

  • [2] February 4, 2015 at 12:36pm

    I was going to watch this, but after seeing the pictures I can’t.

    I know what these animals were like after being attack by pirates three different times sailing through that part of the world 15 years ago.

    Maybe some idiots I know, and a Canadian newspaper, (The Calgary Herald) (Not that I’m naming names) will change their tune now.

  • [1] February 4, 2015 at 9:06am

    Mr. Walsh

    I have never received an answer to the following question.

    About 15 years ago an article in a reputable science magazine claimed that birth control chemicals were the reason amphibian immediately downstream of large cities had explosively high hermaphrodite populations, compared to elsewhere in nature.

    At the time, although women could get pregnant a couple months after going off the pill, they were supposed to go at least 18 months before getting pregnant, so their systems could flush.

    Of course very, very few went the full 18 months, so I got to wondering.

    If these chemicals are still in the system, (I THINK the pill at the time was basically massive overdoses of estrogen.) then don’t you think the fetus would be affected if, for it’s entire development time, it was awash in massive doses of these chemicals?

    Even accounting for what seems to be a “feminized” generation of boys these days?

    If somebody with a decent science background puts me in my place via some good data, fine, but so far no one has ever answered any letter or email I’ve sent.

    Not even the magazine when I posed the question to the article’s author in the first place.

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  • [3] February 2, 2015 at 9:12am

    If Fry doesn’t seem to be able to understand why the Ten Commandments eliminates a lot of problems in life, ain’t no way he’s ever going to comprehend the reason, whatever it may be, for bone cancer.

    And as for God “Making everything right.” just look at how ordinary family feels when Daddy keeps baling out the kid who just won’t clean up his act.

    It’s a spiritual example of why communism won’t work.

    If Joe Screwup keeps getting bailed out, making no effort to stop making mistakes, the rest just give up. It’s human nature, and comes with free choice.

    If God “Made us do what he wanted” we’d be whining He was a jerk Dad who wouldn’t leave us alone to make our own decisions.

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