User Profile: Dano.50

Dano.50

Member Since: July 15, 2011

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  • [1] June 26, 2015 at 8:06am

    Want to see how lovey dovey Mother Nature is?

    Pick up “Mother Nature is Trying to Kill You.”

  • June 24, 2015 at 11:07am

    To the person who voted down here.

    I’m pretty sure Useful was being sarcastic.

    Unless it was a liberal troll who voted down.

    So I’m canceling your vote.

  • June 24, 2015 at 9:50am

    Alberta, Canada.

  • [7] June 24, 2015 at 9:01am

    “How many black friends do you have?”

    How many blinking blanking times have I heard that?

    And when I say “None. I grew up in a rural community where there weren’t any.” they go, “Ha!”

    Then I tell them about the Japanese who moved in after the war because we racists were so nice. Probably a quarter of the population is Japanese, and there were Native American communities nearby as well as other “minorities” in and out over the years, whites too, and you know what?

    We all had friends amongst each and people we couldn’t stand amongst each, our “Own Kind” included.

    Liberals are elitist racists because they keep track of how many non white people they know, like some sort of exotic zoo they trot out for their snot friends.

    This is my black collection, my Asian collection, my Native Americans. and oh! Oh! Oh! The prize of my collection, I captured it on my last safari in a Central American jungle you know. A pure blood Mayan. They’re very rare as the Spanish wiped them out and most are interbreeds.

    And what makes it even rarer? I’m sure – titter, titter – it’s GAY!

    The reason we bigot non-racists can’t tell you how many “black” friends we have is because we don’t bag and tag them. We get along with someone or we don’t.

    And every region in the world has had slavery, far too many some still do, and Whitie isn’t cracking the whip.

    Last of all, ironically, since African Muslims have moved in that community has become real scary.

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  • [9] June 22, 2015 at 11:42pm

    “This country and this world will never be fixed.”

    I refuse to believe that.

    There will be tough times, brutal times even, but as the sayings all go…

    When the going gets tough, the tough get going.

    If I’m going down, I’m going down swinging.

    All evil requires if for good men to stand aside.

    God helps those who help themselves.

    The Lord hates a coward.

    Let’s win one for the Gipper.

    And as United States Marine Daniel Daly is said to have yelled, “Come on, you sons of bitches, do you want to live forever?”

    Evil is like litter, and while I know I can’t clean up the World, I can sure take care of the the trash around me.

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  • [4] June 22, 2015 at 3:07pm

    America’s UNINTENTIONAL homicide rate may be higher because we’re raising idiots these days, but INTENTIONAL?

    This guy needs to get out more.

    And Point #3 is ludicrous.

    Laws NEVER HAVE and NEVER WILL stop crime. Their purpose is to punish various levels of irresponsible behavior, and leave responsible behavior alone.

    If we only had one less gun nut is like saying if we only had one less rapist. Or one less hacker. Or one less burglar. Or one less crooked politician. Or one less dictator.

    Society will never be rid of such, so stop making decisions based on that ever happening.

    We’ve had decades of “Talking about our feelings” so why do 1st world nations still have nut jobs?

    Brain scans show police officer’s brains respond to violent images exactly the same way remorseless psychopathic killers do, so if anybody has the potential to go nuts it must be a cop, right?

    Should we lock them all up just to be safe?

    A nut will ALWAYS have the element of surprise because we believe everybody thinks like we do; I just want to make a living, support a family, and have some fun once in a while.

    Which is why we’re baffled when somebody just snaps.

    The alternative would be to go around thinking “Someone/they’re all, out to get me.” which means we would be nuts then.

    Crazy behavior is unexpected behavior, and It will always surprise us.

    But a responsibly armed and prepared society has by far, the best chance of limiting the damage.

  • [7] June 20, 2015 at 9:22am

    Fine.

    Promise me, promise all of us, that the crazy people, and the crooks, and the gulag governments will get rid of theirs.

    That’s all you need to do.

    Absolutely guarantee it.

    No rapists.

    That there are no bad, evil people.

    Oh by the way.

    Guard dogs can be poisoned. And shot too. And clubbed. And generally outsmarted by anybody prepared for them.

    And I must give off some kind of scent when I get mad cause I’ve walked right past nasty police guard dog into a friend’s home. The thing went stupid on me, so I barked “F off ya mutt.” and went inside. (I had been invited.)

    Which shocked the H out of my friend. “How’d you get past the dog?” he asked.

    And not knowing really understanding his predicament, I just said, “What? Just told the mutt to F off.”

    Turns out other potential owners had rejected that dog because it was too mean to handle.

    Now maybe two I couldn’t handle.

    But one?

    And when you say guns do no good whatsoever, talk to farmers and ranchers?

    And women who stopped a rapist.

    In fact.

    You know what I would settle for?

    And don’t make all the stupid jokes.

    Arm all the women.

    Us guys are big enough and most, over 30 at least, man enough to protect ourselves.

    So let each and every woman who wants a gun, if she’s not a criminal and gets training, have a gun.

  • [5] June 20, 2015 at 8:54am

    I LIVED there for six months and it’s YOU who are “factually incorrect.”

    In fact, from the amount of time you’ve put in to commenting on this it wouldn’t surprise me that you’re some kind of Putin troll.

  • [15] June 19, 2015 at 6:49pm

    Oh and one more thing.

    Who provides the “Official” statistics from these countries?

    The Afghan, Russian, and Pakistan governments?

    Yeah.

    Reliable sources all.

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  • [25] June 19, 2015 at 6:44pm

    And I have friends in Australia.

    Since the gun bans, murders and violent crimes by guns have gone down but…

    Murders and violent crimes in general have gone up, just because crooks know they won’t be facing a gun when committing crimes.

    A good old knife or club, or numbers and size are all that’s needed.

    These anti gun activists just won’t stop twisting numbers, giving incomplete data, or outright lying, to further their agenda.

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  • [13] June 19, 2015 at 6:31pm

    Afghanistan? Russia? Pakistan?

    Those are her examples?

    I mean I’m not exactly sure of their stats on criminals using guns to kill their citizens but…

    I’m pretty sure the DICTATORSHIP GOVERNMENTS there are pretty good at using guns to kill their citizens.

    As well as torture, and imprison in gulags and reeducation camps.

    Yada yada, so on and so forth.

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  • [5] June 10, 2015 at 9:36am

    As much as I’m…annoyed with the police these days?

    When it comes to confronting a bunch of snot nosed, foul mouthed, teens who have next to no respect for themselves let along adults?

    I’m siding with the cops.

    In the 60′s the saying was “You can’t trust anybody over 30.”

    Now, I don’t trust anybody under.

  • [4] June 9, 2015 at 7:53am

    So here’s a question.

    Everybody was taught, (In my generation at least) how the small pox vaccine was developed because the inventor noticed that milkmaids, had smooth complexion, never having been scarred from small pox. That was because their job exposed them to cow pox, a similar virus that only caused a slight fever, but granted immunity to small pox.

    The polio vaccine came from injecting dead or weakened polio viruses into the body, again, to grant immunity.

    Also, getting cut by a rusty metal is supposed to cause Tetanus (Lockjaw) but, growing up on a farm kids are always getting scraped and cut with rusty metal and nails, and never getting tetanus. Apparently the viruses that grant immunity to tetanus are everywhere in the soil, and farm kids always skinning knees, elbows, hands, and faces in the dirt

    So…

    Since weakened or different forms of viruses can grant immunity to more deadly strains…

    And we have all these bugs on our hands, (and probably everywhere else.) don’tcha think maybe we’ve gone too far with all this anti bacterial soap and stuff?

    That our immunity is something like a muscle that, if not tested, probed and stressed, over time atrophies?

    Just thinkin’ here.

  • [6] June 9, 2015 at 7:17am

    Now now.

    We’s a gonn need ‘em ta survive in the post apocalyptic greenie worl’ cause…

    Ah’s heerd theys taste like chicken.

  • [1] June 5, 2015 at 10:05am

    People like MEnnis never seem to be able to figure out why nobody trusts them.

  • [5] June 5, 2015 at 9:08am

    Actually ME

    Kids who understand responsibility and respecting privacy get WAY more freedom because we CAN be trusted.

    Mom and Dad probably did leave some little “traps” in their bedroom, to know if we’d ever snooped, and if so, since they remained undisturbed, we were allowed to do all sorts of things kids years older didn’t get to do.

    All we need to show, is that we could handle ourselves if there is an emergency, and being on a farm hours from police, fire departments and medical services, they do come up.

    Accidents happen and farm kids are taught what to do, like drive. As soon as we can reach the pedals. In case we have to drive to the neighbors for help, or get Mom, Dad or a sibling to the hospital some 30 miles away.

    First time I hit 60 with a stick, on gravel, I was 8.

    Course now, social services would be screaming but…

    And you know what?

    I’ve never had the desire to joy ride.

    Farm kids drive all the time.

    Now you?

    I could be wrong here, and I’m definitely being snide but, since you don’t seem to grasp it’s how you behave when you think you won’t get caught that determines if you’re trustworthy, I’d bet you had to have a babysitter until you were out of your parent’s home.

    And if you’re a liberal in your 20′s?

    I’d bet you’re still there and needing a sitter.

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  • [9] June 4, 2015 at 11:09pm

    If I’d been caught in my parent’s room without their permission, let alone snooping through their stuff, the only sex toy I’d have found would have been my father’s boot up my…

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  • [1] June 2, 2015 at 9:01am

    Very

    If you’re going to use ZERO thought process as argument for abortion.

    Odumba and any who still follow him qualify.

  • [2] May 30, 2015 at 5:49pm

    Have Your,

    Anybody dealing drugs, or any other vice, uses violence to control their turf.

    And Paul says, “Now that I’m a grand dad I stopped smoking pot.”

    So he smoked as a father?

    People denying their buying drugs has anything to do with cut throats and murderers are using the same logic as “Islam has nothing to do with radical Islam.”

  • [25] May 30, 2015 at 5:37pm

    Hoosier

    Actually the Crusades were a result of a couple hundred years of Muslim rule. Muslims weren’t just minding their own business in the Middle East. They had conquered all the way over to Spain and France.

    And while Christianity has killed in the past, it’s not doing such now. Name a Christian Terrorist group lopping heads off and blowing people up.

    And if they were, I’d condemn them and demand they be brought down.

    Christians have been brown beaten into accepting blame for all the rotten things in the past, which is bull. No rational person takes blame for anything they didn’t do.

    Find us a large group of Muslims however, who have condemned their own..

    I know a few public Muslims who have that, and all are living under death threats from Islamists.

    Most refuse to even accept that people are being slaughtered in Mohammad’s name.

    It’s not Islam they always whine.

    Nowhere in the Catholic doctrine does it say it’s okay for priests to molest young boys, but all of us Catholics? That subject always comes up in “casual” conversation and jokes.

    The Koran says to kill infidels, “Chapter 9 Verse 5, Ch 4 v. 89, Ch 2 v 191, Ch 47 v 4, and Ch 9 v 29 says “Fight against the Jews and Christians until they are subjugated and they pay the tax.

    So stop yapping “Well the Christians did it.’ “Well they did it” is always someone trying to justify their own beliefs.

    Christians committing murder in the name of Jesus was going against his teachings, not practicing them.

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