User Profile: Dano.50

Dano.50

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  • [121] November 20, 2014 at 12:42pm

    Also shows there’s a ton of us who like and respect Americans.

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  • [1] November 20, 2014 at 12:27am

    Saw kind of the same thing in Calgary this summer.
    After about 20 Israeli supporters were beat up by several hundred pro Palestine people, there was “Support Israel” demonstration a few weeks later.
    Went to it, and had to be security checked and people driving by were screaming “Murdering Jew *****s” every few minutes on average.
    The Israeli supporter demonstration was exactly like the TEA Party demonstration. I wandered around filming, some times secretly, and everywhere people were polite, considerate and supportive, almost like a wake, where there was sadness for an event, but joy for the life still here.
    Then I learned there was be a pro Palestinian equivalent the next day, so I snuck into it, again filming.
    I have NEVER heard such vile, disgusting talk. It was like the KKK yacking, “We is gonna go lynch us some *******s.”
    There were even putzes dressed up as if they actually were in Gaza, with Palestine flag bandanas, head dress, and sunglasses, and the clowns would POSE for photographers like they were gang bangers or something, I don’t know. It would have been hilarious if it wasn’t so disgustingly stupid looking.
    I’m surprised they weren’t charging.
    And NOT ONCE did I hear any passersby scream, “You murdering Palestinian ******s.”
    Not once.
    You’d have thought there’ld be at least one psychotic Israeli nut job, but nada, nyet, nuh-uh.
    So several Palestinian thugs went across the street and hassled a Christian group handing out free lunch.

  • [3] November 18, 2014 at 2:51pm

    It used to be you watched your mouth because someone might take offense and deck you.
    With that restraint gone, kids here think they can get away with saying anything.
    All over the world, in Africa, India, Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and even the Honduras and its city San Pedro Sula, in the vast majority of cases when I’ve seen some punk from Canada or the U.S. get thumped, it’s because he shoots his mouth off and thinks he’s got the same legal protection in a foreign country.
    They have no idea the only reason they haven’t been decked at home is because we all have to worry about lawsuits as somebody is ALWAYS going to catch it on video.

  • [2] November 18, 2014 at 2:33pm

    Then go find a story about identical twins I read about a year ago.

    One twin was gay and the other not, which was supposed to show being gay is AT LEAST IN PART, environmental.

    I would like to see this scientist’s original research statement.

    Was it, “I’m going to find out if there is a gay gene.”?

    Or was it, “I’m going to prove to the world there’s a gay gene.”?

    One stands for objective research and the other agenda research.

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  • [1] November 18, 2014 at 12:58pm

    Excoozen all.

    I amph here, for zee book bourning.

    Dast einen dumpkoffen here have zee Principal Nazi’s number?

    Seig Hie–

    Ach, I mean, “Haf a gootentaghen day.”

  • November 17, 2014 at 7:31pm

    I’ll have to start perusing the comments to see.
    Yeah I just don’t see conservatives being so foul in such big numbers because when someone in our crowd goes off on a rant, there tends to AT LEAST one guy who says, “Come on, buddy. There’s women and kids here.”

    Libs don’t have that check valve.

  • [2] November 17, 2014 at 3:01pm

    I read liberal material on the basis you have to “Understand your opponent.” but I don’t bother reading the comments on such sites.

    So I’d like to know.

    We conservatives have our fringe element too, but do they post vile comments in such numbers?

    Some have to, there is no doubt but, % wise, is it something like, 1% of far right conservatives post foul death threats whereas 5% of far left do?

    Or is it the same % for both sides?

    It certainly doesn’t seem as common a problem with left celebrities. They might get more stalker stuff, but rarely do I hear them say they get threats because they’re anti oil, or for abortion or socialism, or legalized drugs.

    To tell you the truth, I’d think anybody publicly advocating legalizing drugs would get more threats from the cartels than the right.

    Course, being ultimately capitalists, the left would probably classify all cartel members as conservatives.

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  • [5] November 16, 2014 at 11:50pm

    Weak?

    Your giving him too much credit.

  • [18] November 16, 2014 at 11:48pm

    Apple Bite,

    1st, saying all Canadians are as dumb as Brunt after reading one article is like us saying all Americans are exemplified by the likes of a media person at MSNBC.

    2nd, and I hate to drop the nuke here but, Odumba got voted in a second term. That means a lot of Americans had their heads in lala land

    3rd. There are an awful lot of Canadians who despise Odumba, and are praying for America cause, if she go down, Putin, China and Islam have a cleared board.

    4th. You have one real nut job example of a stupid Canadian in media, but for Americans of the same intellectual capacity I’ll call you a Chris Matthews, and raise you Ed Shultz, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jacson, Martin Bashir, ah, heck the whole MSNBC staff and most of CNN, Van Jones, Cass Sunstien, Rachel Maddow, and pretty much the entire lap dog media.

    We definitely have our liberal nut jobs up here but at least we’ve done a good enough job exposing then, that Steven Harper has been able to keep power.

    Although I fear we are going done the stupid path now too.

    We’ll know after the next election, if that little 2nd generation trust fund turdiot, Justin Trudeau gets in or not.

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  • [19] November 14, 2014 at 5:20pm

    Saranda,

    Live in Southern Alberta, was early 40′s at the time. Calgary is only couple hours away.

    Glad you were lucky enough to get help, but you’re more exception than rule. I’ve had two friends die since and one went through H. I help his widowed mother when she needs and she told me her son, on his deathbed, said, “The Canadian system abandoned me.”

    The 3 year old son of a buddy in NC had ear problems and I couldn’t BELIEVE all the tests he got in a week, after getting into the family doctor the very next day.

    I had a sore ear some years back and was three weeks to see the doc and 4 months to see a specialist.

    And he said, “I dunno. Go home.”

    One of our own Premiers, (Our version of Governor.) for New Brunswick, hightailed to the U.S. for diagnosis & treatment. Cancer scare I think and when asked why, as his job allowed him “Cut to the front of the line” service in our so called “No Cut in” system, and he said, “Y’ nuts? I know EXACTLY how bad this system is.”

    Nobody I know has good to say about our health system, and any holding it up as model needs to be tarred and feathered.

    Problem is, that now most likely violates a dozen E.P.A and Animal Right’s regs.

    Americans need to fight fang tooth and claw for their current system.

    It has it’s flaws yes.

    But it has a heck of a better service/survival percentage.

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  • [140] November 14, 2014 at 9:11am

    Here is comparison of the American health system to that oft pillared example the Canadian health care system.

    It sounds like Mrs.Hasselbeck had diagnosis, surgery, and was back to work in less than a month.

    During my scare several years ago, it was several weeks just to see my doctor, and SIX MONTHS before I got to see any specialists for any kind of testing whatsoever.

    Luckily it wasn’t cancer, but my doctor couldn’t tell me at the time.

    Put that in your pot pipe and toke it, you Canadian style Health Care advocates.

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  • [25] November 12, 2014 at 2:55pm

    Some years ago at a family gathering, the men and women had segregated into their camps and from what we could hear, followed by those horrible cackles, we knew the women were shredding us.

    Nothing vicious or snide, they were just having fun, but our supplies were gone and getting more was a suicide mission behind enemy lines.

    “You’re single,” the guys insisted, “They got nothing on you.” and I was volunteered.

    The first barrage hit the instant I entered No Man land. “Hey why ain’t you married yet?” was followed by school girl giggles.

    “Dunno. Ask ‘em to dance, they say no,” I quipped, and I had no idea I’d just nuked ‘em.

    My elder aunts, friends of their generation, and even me dear own sainted Mother, frowned baffled, and then interrogated.

    “Were you drunk?” “Did you ask rude?” and “Were you cleaned? Shaved?” to which I returned fire with, “Nope.” “Excuse me, Miss would you like to dance?” and “Deodorized too.” and those sweet little old ladies TURNED on the upcoming XX chromosomal generation and it twarnt pretty.

    They were shocked, saying in their day if asked to dance, unless there was a darn good reason courtesy demanded invite be accepted. They said they’d go home bawling if not asked for at least one dance.

    While the enemy was strewn with confused I grabbed bottles and plate, and hightailed back behind lines.

    Where I was awarded for valor, courage under fire, and even a Purple Lonely Heart.

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  • November 11, 2014 at 11:22pm

    P.S.

    Dear Mr. Brunt.

    Troll or not, I’ll pray for your recovery.

  • [6] November 11, 2014 at 11:19pm

    I had to drink a freaking bottle just to settle down before I could refute this socialist/pinko/commie/gastronomical reject.

    1st, one thing on my bucket list had always been to see a police baton/German shepherd/fire hose peaceful protest, and in Wilmington, NC in 09 when the T.E.A. Party formed, after attending their initial protests I’m sad to say I still haven’t seen a police baton/German shepherd/fire hose peaceful protests.

    America if you think Obamacare is bad, LOOK at the Canadian system. I have a hospital record as long as a crack dealer’s rap sheet and I promise you, the only “free” part of our system is you’re “Free to wait in line to die.” I’ve had friends die in fact, and their “Dying Words” were, “The Canadian medical system has abandoned me.”

    I’ve also seen American friends get access to more medical tests in a week, than I got to see in half a year, and that included when I didn’t know if I had cancer.

    This Brunt nut must have blunt trauma.

    It’s the only way I can explain his spew.

    I’d bet he’s a CBC fan too, and as I said before, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is MSNBC on steroids.

    Check out the Sun News Network to see the latest on that lefty tax payer funded sexual perversion, woman bashing, government protected organization.

    I don’t know who this asylum escapee is but America, I promise you, as much as I owe the U.S. Navy for saving me in the Arabian Sea…

    If you send Odumba here?

    This means WAR!

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  • [2] November 8, 2014 at 11:11am

    When confronted by brat and inattentive parent, if you’re the “adventurous” type, squirting bottled water on the kid works great.
    Milk or fruit juice is probably fine too.
    And always pack.
    I find it better to have a bottle of water and not need it, than need a bottle of water and not have it.

  • [5] November 4, 2014 at 8:03pm

    The problem though, is that the Middle East doesn’t pay the same as we do those we hire.

    Our oil workers get a darn good decent wage, which raises our expenses, while the Middle East pays more equivalent to slave labor.

    But in a dictatorship, the poor take what they can get, so there goes one rule of the free market system, that being: If you don’t pay a decent enough wage, the help will go elsewhere.”

    If Muslim countries treated those beneath them well, they’d have a middle class.

    Also, in the Middle East, life means squat.

    And if you die on the job, your wife and kids are pretty much destitute if other family doesn’t take them in.

    So Middle East companies care nothing about worker safety, and have to pay nothing to improve it, or compensate for their error.

    Just as in communist countries, Muslim country aren’t accountable for the “expense” parts of the Free Market.

    But they darn sure enjoy the profit part.

  • [1] November 4, 2014 at 6:49pm

    And if women don’t need men, why aren’t there very many women in the trades?

    Feminazis don’t seem raise a stink over jobs like mechanics, electricians, carpenters, rig hands, welders and such, where the hours and conditions are miserable and dirty.

    Feminazis had better hope their sperm banks never go on the blink.

    Funny thing is, it seems the more disgusting and smelly a job is, the less women want to venture into that field.

    Which might explain why I have NEVER, EVER, seen a woman plumber.

    Both sides need each other and that’s the simple fact of the matter.

    Women keep men civilized.

    Which makes most men want to do the dirty jobs that keep civilization going.

  • [1] November 4, 2014 at 6:20pm

    If men aren’t needed anymore, then I guess they can all stop child support and alimony payments.

  • [4] November 3, 2014 at 2:58pm

    Comparing porn destroying families to a gun killing people is an apples oranges comparison.

    Take your Grandmother, Mother, wife and/or daughters to a hunting store, and then to a porn shop, and let me know how it turns out.

  • [5] November 2, 2014 at 4:04pm

    1st, scientist are never “In consensus.”

    A scientist proves or disproves something to form a hypothesis.

    If other scientists conduct exactly the same experiment, and get the same results, then the hypothesis then becomes a “Theory.”

    At any point, in the experimental process and even after a Theory has been formed, if new knowledge or experiments contradict, then the Theory is invalidated.

    2nd, there are less than a thousand climatologists in the world, and while other fields can contribute data to a climatologist, they can no more agree with, or form, a Climate Theory” than a climatologist can form form a theory about something outside his field.

    3rd, check out “The Great Global Warming Swindle.” A number of scientists names are on this “Consensus list” because the university or organization they work at supports man made global warming, and many have had to SUE to get their names removed.

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