User Profile: Dano.50

Dano.50

Member Since: July 15, 2011

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  • [3] May 6, 2015 at 2:24pm

    I don’t get it.

    Why didn’t any “Moderate Muslim” groups say, “Please. Drawing Mohammed offends us, so we’re asking you not to do it. We will find our criminals, and accept punishment according to your laws. Even if they are family”

    Instead, all we’ve heard is “Draw Mohammed and we’ll kill you.”

    Or how about after? If a “Moderate Muslim” group had stepped up and said, “You’ve offended us greatly, but we will still pray for you.” it would have been something.

    Maybe some have somewhere, but I haven’t seen any.

    Either “Moderate Muslims” can’t control their radicals, or they won’t.

    The Boston Marathon had nothing to do with insulting Islam yet it was targeted.

    And the bomber’s mother cussed us out.

    Only when Muslims accept that they must abide by clear lines, will others do the same.

    We’ve been told we are at war, and the problem with war is that it means peaceful solutions have been exhausted.

    We all like to think there are rules in war, but in reality there aren’t. It’s an ugly, rotten, miserable fight for survival, just like when someone is down on the ground getting the snot stomped out of them.

    There are no rules, ,

  • May 5, 2015 at 1:31pm

    Some say it doesn’t make sense, that it’s not the right approach to “Poke radical Muslims in the eye” like this, by drawing Mohammad when you know it will invoke such a response.
    But it also doesn’t make sense to poke a rabid dog in the eye when it’s chewing on some kid either.
    If nothing else…
    It might at least distract such animals from more helpless victims.
    And I ain’t talking about a dog.

  • [9] April 28, 2015 at 9:35am

    This guy has NO street cred left.

    He’s going to have to become an accountant.

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  • [1] April 28, 2015 at 8:10am

    Ah am in love!

  • April 26, 2015 at 8:31pm

    Well people donating better make dang sure it’s not via some Clinton fund like Haiti.

  • [2] April 24, 2015 at 2:21pm

    Considering Ed’s track record…

    If HE is against Obama now?

    Then I’m inclined to believe:

    –The oceans are rising,

    –Obama wasn’t raised by communists.

    –Obama was conceived at Selma.

    –And Islam is peaceful

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  • [2] April 23, 2015 at 12:24pm

    Just more proof that all gun toting, blood thirsty, paranoid right wing nuts automatically blast away at the slightest hint of –

    Oh wait a sec.

  • [1] April 21, 2015 at 4:24pm

    Read “Future Crimes” by Marc Goodman.

  • [2] April 19, 2015 at 3:15pm

    Well nobody better be too proud of their their Spanish history because pretty much every single country colonized by the Spaniards are brutal dictatorships.

    And I really don’t see too many “free” Central and South American countries. Or Asian, African, and Middle East ones.

    Of course the white race has embarrassing issues in our past.

    But last I checked, so does every other race on the planet.

    People need to do a little long term traveling to see just how BRUTAL the vast majority of countries treat their citizens.

    That’s the reason people of every race, creed and religion came to America.

    Because our laws, (At least before the laws were abused themselves) prevented such brutality,. and like it or not white Christians are largely responsible for those laws.

    Canada, Australia, the UK, and most of Western Europe have roughly the same, and it IS a shame the laws are not always followed.

    But the rest of the world?

    Even if they have anything close, it’s just a facade, to put on the appearance of respectability to get funding from us.

    If the world’s going to blame white people for wrecking the world, at least blame the right group.

    The Russkies.

  • [2] April 19, 2015 at 2:45pm

    What an idiot.

    Only liberals 1; think their family trees don’t have any rotten apples and 2: hold people responsible for their ancestors actions.

    Well Ben, since you’ve made public, your opinions on No.2, how about doling out a lot of restitution you 1%er?

  • [1] April 19, 2015 at 2:40pm

    No, no, no-no-no.

    We don’t want him back up here.

    We already have enough problems, what with getting charged with assault for beating up burglars even when you catch them in your own home.

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  • [1] April 17, 2015 at 9:40am

    64.

    Whatever the dream, man.

    Of all the guys I met who did get fed up enough to walk, as long as they hadn’t abandoned family, there wasn’t one who regretted the decision.

    Funny thing is, we all were out there for the same basic reason. We couldn’t stand the backstabbing, lying and cheating.

    And by far, more people I met sailing, even though I knew some for only a short time, are people I’d trust to have my back in a wreck, because if you survived several years of sailing you’ve been through a wreck or two and had to deal with it yourself.

    One of our toasts was, “To the working world. May they never find out about this and screw it up for the rest of us.”

  • [7] April 17, 2015 at 8:42am

    Read a study about 20 years ago. The question: What creature causes the most monetary damage? Not outright destruction, but by actions somehow costs society money.

    Answer: The single human male.

    With no family to worry about, a single guy, if he’s had enough of a situation, or a boss, will just walk away, even leave the country, and leave everybody else scrambling to pick up the pieces.

    I’m the chief engineer on the dam project? Tough. I’m outta here!

    I’m unplugging your toilet and you give me too much flack about stink or mess? Tough. I’m outta here.

    I’m C.E.O. of a multimillion dollar company and the board of directors keep whining. Well then I’m buying a sailboat and following sunsets.

    The thing is, other than some food, some beer and a bunk, guys don’t care. A rat infested hotel with cobras chasing them is just a great beer story.

    I never really thought it true, until I did it. As a partner in the family biz, with no family of my own, one day I finally said eff it, flew to the other side of the planet and spent several years returning in a slow sailboat.

    The first thing I noticed when I got back was so many guys with that 1000 yard stare.

    All said, “You lucky ba****! If I didn’t have family…”

    Then they kind of drift off into la-la land.

    By the way. I think the reason married guys live longer is cause they have a wife to insist, “Go to the doctor!”

    Most single guy’s doctors are the mortician.

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  • [1] April 16, 2015 at 11:29pm

    Pay up you 1%er.

    In reply to the story MSNBC Host Owes the IRS $70,000

  • [48] April 13, 2015 at 8:52am

    Same here.
    In fact, if Mom or Dad had no work for use, we were almost banned from the house until we’d gotten some fresh air and running around.
    One time my Mom had had enough of my whining inside, and kicked me out, saying, “Don’t come back til you find some rosy cheeks!”
    The thing is, being around five, I didn’t know what rosy cheeks meant, and after searching the garden, and the corrals, and the creek banks, came home crying that I’d looked and looked and looked, and I couldn’t find any rosy cheeks.”
    She laughed and let me back inside.

  • April 11, 2015 at 7:32pm

    Are these cars GPS dependent in any way?

    Cause according to “Future Crimes” author Marc Goodman, the relatively weak GPS sat signals can easily be overpowered, as in blocked or falsified, by a closer ground based unit. and a $50 dollar unit has about a 500 foot range.

    What’s to stop nimrods from running around with jammers and crashing or hijacking these vehicles?

  • [-1] April 11, 2015 at 11:57am

    As I see it, there are three issues with finding the truth here.

    First, the way teens are these days, I’d say there’s a 90% chance the kids were lying. And since when does being 17 say you don’t have to obey an officer of the law?

    Second, never having used drugs, when I was younger I used to hang around cops, naively thinking by default they were at least somewhat more law abiding. Unfortunately, on average they are no more honest than Joe Average, and have no problem with hiding behind their badges to escape punishment. If they tried to delete the video, there’s a 95% chance I wouldn’t believe their version of things.

    Third, I haven’t met a lawyer yet who isn’t a snake and there’s a 100% chance I wouldn’t trust their spin on anything. Lawyers are not concerned about truth at all.

  • [7] April 4, 2015 at 1:09am

    Actually, probably the best thing to do to the reporter who started all this mess is…

    Nothing.

    It shows we are the better people.

    Memories Pizza did have a wreck, but the troops rallied and they have hopefully been more than adequately compensated.

    And by doing nothing to this reporter, we might just get a convert, like Mosab Yousef, the son of the founder of Hamas, who became an outspoken critic of Hamas after the Israelis DIDN’T treat him like he’d been told they would once captured.

    Mind you, I’d sure as heck go after the people who threatened to burn down the business though.

  • [2] April 3, 2015 at 8:31am

    Wonder if Obama has a bridge to sell Bibi.

  • April 2, 2015 at 3:05pm

    In what context are these stats taken.

    It’s like that old stat, “You’re more likely to die in the bathroom, than in a plane crash.

    Well every single person in the world goes to the bathroom two or three times a day, compared to a miniscule portion of the population that flies even once a month.

    Of course more people are going to die in a car than skydiving.

    Cars are all around most of us, 24/7/365.

    I don’t know of a single skydiver who takes three or four jumps a day, 24/7/24.

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