User Profile: DanMarc


Member Since: January 16, 2013


  • [20] August 29, 2014 at 11:30am

    Name 1…..?

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  • August 28, 2014 at 5:58pm

    MEMO TO: John Stewart
    FROM: Comedy Central Executive Team

    Way to go Jon! Keep it up! Do and say anything you can to provoke everything. We need the exposure. We need viewers. We need controversy. The regular news doesn’t cut it. Make yourself the news. The more ridiculous the better. Get us ratings! Go and get ‘em Jon!

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  • [7] August 26, 2014 at 3:35pm

    Stonehenge is a series of headstones in a circle marking the deep burial of large stone monsters that come alive if exhumed and exposed to sunlight. All of the archaeologists around that thing when the monsters are dug up will be snatched, crushed, and masticated. I hope they get good video of that for us.

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  • [3] August 21, 2014 at 3:08pm

    True, true, …but the lynch mob will not get their payback. There’s no case. The lynch mob will finish burning down the town eventually.

  • [12] August 21, 2014 at 1:10pm

    Brown slugged the officer. Then he decided to come after the officer and finish him off – beat him to death. He didn’t believe the officer would shoot him. He was mistaken. He was a thug. He thugged the store clerk in the robbery.

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  • [-2] August 20, 2014 at 7:09pm

    You come to a dispute – you are part of it. Intelligent people who have a life worth preserving don’t come to incendiary situations. They go in the opposite direction. Reporters who stick their noses into violent situations are fools.

  • August 20, 2014 at 6:44pm

    “stop putting out these pieces with the most ridiculous of grammar and mechanics errors!”
    Ha-ha-ha-ha! – proof that Mr. Teacher! It sur says sumthin about English teechers donut?
    Lousy English teachers produce lousy English students.

  • [2] August 19, 2014 at 5:51pm

    Ewe are rite. I’m gonna eat more chiken and stop milking these udderly redikulus stories to my advantage. Please accept a heartfelt and sincere ‘my bad’. Cows are people too.

  • August 19, 2014 at 3:07pm

    At least the guy was nice enough to call her and tell her he was dead. He did her a big favor. Her honeymoon would have been boring without him being able to consummate the marriage and a dead person does not make for stimulating conversation anyway. At least he had the courtesy not to call her up and tell her that he had committed murder suicide and that they both were dead. Real nice guy.

  • [3] August 19, 2014 at 2:59pm

    The video doesn’t show it, but the cow got away. It outran the cops. Now there’s an APB out now for any suspicious looking cows in the city. If the cow doesn’t make eye contact, it’s likely from guilt and therefor the one they’re looking for.

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  • August 18, 2014 at 6:57pm

    Excuse me, please! I did not define ‘deity’. Nor did I expect profane insult from anyone as a response – at least not without an attempt at justification. Why so snippy and snarky?

  • August 18, 2014 at 6:16pm

    There is no means of logic, inductive or deductive, or any empirical science that absolutely proves or dis-proves the existence of deity. This fellows logic (an inductive logic argument) is as specious as any other philosophical argument for or against the existence of God. I would fail him if he made this argument and called it proof in an elementary logic class. In order for one to know there is a God one must have revelation from God. There cannot be a revelation from God that establishes that there is no God – a sound tautology. Therefore, the absence of revelation from God does not prove there is or there is no God. Only an actual revelation from God can establish His existence to a mortal. God does this through His Spirit. He reveals himself in many diverse ways through His Spirit – including visitations, revelation and inspiration by Himself, His representatives (Angels), by His Son, or by the Holy Ghost. There is no other way to know if there is a God or what type of being He actually is without this revelation. It is available to all mortals who have the desire and courage to ask and are humble enough to receive it. Sometimes God will chose his servants and imitative contact – sometimes very strongly as he did with Saul and many others.

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  • [14] August 15, 2014 at 11:22am

    Same sex attraction is not a sin. Sexual attraction to anything is not a sin. Lust and fornication are a sin. Same sex marriage is a licence to fornicate. Overcoming temptation and gaining control of ones conduct is a major purpose of mortal life. Coming out is prideful insecurity. Coming out about anything private – good or bad – is prideful insecurity. Keeping one’s personal, intimate things private is part of mastering self control. Although righteous judgement is permitted where necessary and appropriate, judgement of others just because their sins are not the same as our own is unrighteous judgement and a sin.

    In reply to the story Christian Singer Reveals: 'I'm Gay'

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  • [2] July 29, 2014 at 2:02pm

    The target was pre-shot and the timer was pre-set and the quick draw shot was using blanks.

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  • [3] July 24, 2014 at 11:51am

    Clinton was just occupying the Whitehouse during the tech boom and the gold rush. The IT industry drove the market. Slick Willie was all he was – nothing more.

  • [8] July 23, 2014 at 2:55pm

    She probably didn’t steal the research or the idea. She probably did her own research after her dad suggested the idea for her project from the project and paper he co-authored with Jud. The dad didn’t figure a sixth grade science fail experiment on this would ever leave the school or maybe he figured that her simplified project would not step on Jud’s far more pervasive approach. It got out of hand when Craig Layman, who didn’t do any cross referencing or discovery of what Jud had published online, published his article. If you look at her project display the title of her project and the presentation look more like daddy’s contribution. I don’t think the girl knew anything in this.

  • [1] July 23, 2014 at 2:20pm

    Apples and Oranges. Quarterbacks constantly practice running and throwing in and out of the pocket. However, when quarterbacks intending to pass are being chased and are thinking of running across the scrimmage line, they sometimes change their mind at the last minute and try to toss a short lob to a player who is also on the move not too far away from them and the lob goes awry. It’s tough to make real short throws moving or standing in baseball and football because they aren’t practiced and it’s mostly a matter of subtle touch. How many times do you see a tennis player charge the net for a dink shot and biff it?

  • July 22, 2014 at 12:30pm

    This is not an exceptional talent nor is it a very high form of art. Thousands of people and every so-called artist or craftsman can scale up a photo and spend hours and hours painstakingly drawing or coloring every minute detail into a super-real result. Photorealism, Super Realism, Sharp Focus Realism, Hyper Realism,- whatever you call it it’s mundane. Chuck Close gave the style notoriety in the ’60′sI but his choice of subject matter was artistic. spent a week using a magnifying glass doing one of these years ago and it came out looking like a digital photograph. It was a ho-hum experience which produced a so-what result. Incidentally, ‘graphite’ means ‘pencil’ to those of you in Rio Linda.

  • [2] July 22, 2014 at 12:12pm

    Stand still and toss a ball underhand about 10 feet. Then run forward while trying to toss the ball 10 feet with the same arm motion and force and see what happens. That’s why this happened to Shane. As pitchers, we were taught to never throw while running – to stay put where we caught the ball and make a normal throw. It doesn’t make sense to run and throw because you don’t have practiced and familiar control and you waste time running before you throw. You only run with the ball if you are in a close enough position to first base to be absolutely certain you can beat the runner to the bag or tag him out well before he gets there – a very rare circumstance.

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  • July 16, 2014 at 3:37pm

    Oh…the Big Bang? – that’s easy. First there was nothing. Then, it exploded!
    HA HA HA – Atheists are indeed ‘free thinkers’ – free from logic, free from facts, free from being rational, free from intelligence, free from everything beyond themselves, etc.

    Also, if ya wanna know, feeling dead for 100 years feels the same as feeling dead for 20 minutes – no difference. The universe has no edge so there’s nothing but more universe beyond the known universe and there’s even a whole lot more universe beyond that!