User Profile: Dano.50

Dano.50

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  • [1] December 18, 2014 at 12:50pm

    Nilsson,

    Communism is a political system, whereas capitalism is an economic system.

    The type of economic system you have ALWAYS depends upon what your political system allows, while the type of political system never depends upon your economic system, except in some way out “Butterfly Effect” manner.

    Capitalism only works as intended if both sides understand the true worth of all products, services, and labor involved, and those who get rich while the other does not, did not necessarily do it dishonestly, but because the other was either greedy or ill informed.

    And “fair” doesn’t come into it. You may not think it fair if I accept a job for less than you, but maybe I live as extravagantly as you. Or maybe you’ve overpriced yourself.

    Communists though, if they were “honest” as proven by every example would say, “You are all going to provide goods and services under my rules only. If I live high off the hog while you wallow in the mud, too bad. I make the rules, don’t I?

    And really, isn’t all economics capitalism, as it’s an exchange of “capital?”

    Communism is just the political system allows one to confiscate another’s capital without allowing choice in the matter.

    Ours is supposed to be the system that provides reasonable chance of individuals retaining, or recovering, personal property, and when capitalism fails, it’s because too many people were behaving like communists.

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  • [1] December 16, 2014 at 4:29pm

    I used to ranch, and a few years ago as cattle prices started to rise I to talking to some old friends.

    Early 2012 they said Russia was buying cattle like crazy, and they were eating everything they could buy from us, INCLUDING BREEDING STOCK.

    The ranchers at least, knew something wasn’t adding up cause cannibalizing the factory ain’t never good for any industry.

  • December 15, 2014 at 7:43pm

    Exactly what I was thinking.

    I’ve never sent those kinds of messages online.

    If I have a beef with someone I say so to their face, and never include profanity or insults, cause lots of times it’s been a simple misunderstanding.

    Something along the lines of “Look. I’m peeved cause of this, this and that. If you can’t explain it, or show I misunderstood, then ciao. Have a nice life ya back stabbing little dweeb.”

  • [6] December 8, 2014 at 10:07pm

    Viral,

    South Park chickened out after they got threats.

    If I remember right, they put a bear or something in, and said Mohammad was wearing a bear suit.

    Islam forbids anybody making images of Mohammad, or any humans and animals I think, which made the intended show a double whammy.

    I sent them a comment about their “change” saying doesn’t this prove, at least to you, that Islam is a serious threat?”

    And now look where we are.

  • December 7, 2014 at 6:14pm

    The fact that people like Rose are specifically hired for their BRAWN, is why their opinions on anything deeper than the game they play should be taken with a few dump truck loads of salt.

  • [13] December 5, 2014 at 3:06pm

    Capa, if you’re replying to luticrist and not being sarcastic, then your response is akin to Brown dying because, “White cops hate blacks people.”

    Everybody’s forgotten that you really shouldn’t have family until you can support them and that’s why TWO parent families, mother and a father, with one at home, are most stable.

    If it’s the Dad nowadays, fine, but we aren’t known for our dusting and if kids don’t put clothes in the hamper they ain’t getting laundry. Half the time a child gets hurt, a Dad’s version of consolation is, “Oh quit bawling it’s miles from your heart.”

    The problem is women like Peggy, is they want all the good things from being a man, and none of the bad.

    I don’t know if she was lonely or what, but she shouldn’t be having family, not because I’m denying her her right, but because she’s not in the position to best take care of one.

    In the old days, men ran off to seek their fortunes because few woman in their right minds would marry what society considered a slacker and families judged boyfriends by their potential to support their daughter.

    Probably the biggest reason women think being a guy is so easy is because men traditionally plug along in silence to improve things for their families.

    Which is why whiny guys are told, “Suck it up, princess.”

    Can you imagine a group of women saying that to one of their group?

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  • [2] December 3, 2014 at 7:39pm

    The same kind of Agenda 21 hogwash is happening in Canada.

    The greenies can’t seem to get it through their thick skulls that most of the reason wildlife in such areas is so abundant is because ranchers developed reliable water sources for their cattle and most everything else followed.

    If the greenies want things “Back to before man interfered” then the next thing to go after the ranchers should be every man made water source.

    None of this maintaining “false ecosystems” because the animals look cute.

    I used to ranch in the Great Sand Hills in Saskatchewan, an area know for regularly producing trophy mule and white tails, and everybody now thinks the deer have always been there, but it was only in the 1930′s, after the ranchers dug wells, that anything bigger than a desert bird could survive there.

  • [2] December 1, 2014 at 7:23am

    The girls enjoys the limelight when it was positive and I recall some nasty comments about President Bush’s daughters.

    It looks like just before the press conference one of the Obamas barked, “Now you’re gong to get your butts out there and we’re going to look like the happy G.D First Family we are G.D it, and I don’t want any more attitude!”

    Plus they ARE inappropriately attired for the occasion.

  • [3] November 30, 2014 at 8:03pm

    These guys epitomize the definition of “Being a man” willing to sacrifice personal well being for others.

  • [1] November 30, 2014 at 7:53pm

    P.S. Unless things change?
    I ain’t never visiting that neck of the sand dunes again.

  • [6] November 30, 2014 at 7:52pm

    In the early 2000′s I sailed through that neck of the woods, staying in places long enough – often several months – actually getting to KNOW the cultures and I’ve been called every name in the book for TRYING to explain what it’s like when to LIVE in Muslim countries.

    Everything that’s happened to the family in this story falls under, “I bloody well tried to tell you/could have told you, sol.”

    I won’t go as far as to say who’s right and who’s wrong, but I will unequivocally state, when people get in trouble over in a Muslim country, DO NOT expect anywhere near to what we consider justice, or even fair treatment.

    These places don’t have inalienable rights, and don’t even believe in them.

    All over the world, I found everybody gets along hunky dory as long as what’s considered right and wrong don’t clash.

    Once that happens though, the laws of that particular country are enforced and it doesn’t matter how right you think you are.

    You’re over THERE.

    So once more.

    Before working in, or even visiting, a foreign country THINK, “Can I live with the penalties their laws will enforce when I violate them because I do this at home all the time?”

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  • November 30, 2014 at 10:16am

    Here the sort of blame others logic liberals use, only this time it’s true.

    If this woman was injured the way she claimed, it’s the looter’s fault.

    People in mobs riot because they can get lost amongst the crowd, a favored Hamas tactic of using innocent people as human shields by the way, but at least Hamas has the brains to slink away in the confusion.

    Rioters aren’t even that smart, so vastly outnumbered police have to deal with everybody, all screaming bloody blue murder.

    Where I come from, if somebody is screaming they’re going to beat you senseless, they MEAN IT, and while the officer who fired the bean bag obviously didn’t intend to hit this woman, she was in all likelihood surrounded, AND CONCEALED, by rioters so out of control the police feared for their safety, and for others.

    And most of the mob weren’t peaceful because peaceful protesters don’t riot. They GO HOME when things get stupid because they do not want any part of wanton destruction.

    If most there were peaceful, why didn’t they link arms and protect business and people from CNN’s so called “few knuckleheads?”

    Are men such wimps these days, that at odds of 100s to one in their favor, they can’t pile on a rioter and turn him into the police?

    Those racist, red neck, gun grabbing, Bible totting TEA Party protesters sure seemed able to nip such behavior in the bud.

    In short, this woman should sue every protestor in the mob as it was they who created the dangerous situation, and fanned the flames.

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  • [7] November 27, 2014 at 10:33pm

    How about doing that from the vast majority of victim’s p.o.v.?

    Hands up. Don’t shoot/rob/rape/assault/loot me, my family/friends/business.

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  • [2] November 26, 2014 at 2:47pm

    Typical liberal twisting of perception.

    Michael Brown was not shot because he was a thief, he was shot because he had just assaulted a police officer, and was charging back for Round 2..

    Brown put Officer Wilson in exactly the same position a rapist puts a woman in when he has beaten her, and then ignores her screams she’s got a gun and to stay back.

    Whether he was actually going to attack again, or was just trying to bluff Officer Wilson so he could gain some “Street cred” if the evidence is true then Michael Brown’s death is entirely his own fault.

  • [127] 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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  • [2] 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.

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