User Profile: Dark_Night


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  • [5] October 11, 2014 at 3:30pm

    The officer might not have enough experience and wisdom to realize the load was poorly secured and a hazard. One big bump or unexpected maneuver and several of the items would have ended up on the road. The mere presence of rope and tie downs don’t indicate it was done correctly. And this wasn’t.

  • [14] October 11, 2014 at 3:23pm

    The load was secured very poorly (on a scale of 1-100 I might give it a 1) and was a hazard to the safety of anyone close to it while it was moving. Had I been the officer, before allowing him to leave, they would have had to secure it much better or offload enough of it to make it safe, and come back a get the rest later.

  • October 11, 2014 at 1:32pm

    The questions of these little games are trivial in nature, I wouldn’t make any life altering decision based upon the results.

  • October 11, 2014 at 5:57am

    `It doesn’t sound like she has a brain to plant a microchip in.

  • [2] October 11, 2014 at 4:49am

    Shouldn’t the people in charge of educating children be smarter than them?

  • [1] October 11, 2014 at 4:48am

    Shouldn’t the people in charge of educating children be smarter than them?

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  • [5] October 11, 2014 at 4:32am

    You should have known not to pick whiskey!

  • [4] October 9, 2014 at 4:52pm

    I think it’s a sad day for this nation when we have to even talk about this. If cops have their guns taken away, do you think they would want us to keep ours? In my opinion if anything needs to change, it would be more stringent and better firearm training for cops.

  • [1] October 8, 2014 at 7:39pm

    Yeah, like a lot of internet ads that try to lure people in with wild and deceptive catch phrases, along with crazy pictures. No way would I give places like my card number or money. The most they might get is a swift kick in the backside.

  • [1] October 8, 2014 at 7:35pm

    At first I wondered if the guy was tearing up the homeless sign because he was going to see to it the other fellow wasn’t going to be homeless anymore. But still, he was a nice guy doing what he did.

  • [-1] October 8, 2014 at 7:32pm

    Our justice system is hamstrung. This guy SHOULD be taking a dirt nap in a matter of a fews days. Not few hundred or few thousand days. But he won’t be. Lot of witnesses, so no doubt what happened. Instead he will cost the taxpayers hundreds if not millions of dollars to take care good of his sorry @ss. Not to mention the dead, wounded, and their friends and family who are suffering. He might even get a sympathy note from someone in the Whitehouse. On second thought, he killed black girl, he won’t be getting a note.

  • October 8, 2014 at 3:47pm

    Anybody who would like to get some .22 ammo and haven’t been able to buy it off the shelf, this is one way to get it. Hopefully you have speakers so you can hear sounds on your computer, you will need it unless you want to sit in front of your computer all day and just watch.

    Go to and set up an account. Check “Enable beep alert” box. Go to “Settings” in and check the “Alert Sound 2 (loud)” option. You have the option of selecting what the price threshold is for the ammo type you want. If you are looking for more than one type (e.g. .22 LR and .45), keep multiple tabs or windows open.

    Gunbot checks the web and will sound an alert when it is in stock. It sells out fast when the price is low, you have to act immediately. If you haven’t already, set up an online account for the various internet stores (Cabelas, Gander Mountain, and etc.) Keep you passwords handy, and stay logged in if you can.

    Most of the places will have a limit, and because of shipping you want to buy a decent amount if possible to keep the price per round reasonable. The cheapest you are likely to find it is 4 cents per round, that will be only once in a while and you better be fast. You should be able to score some for 6-8 cents a round without much time or work. Keep in mind the days of buying a brick of 500 or 550 for under $20 are mostly gone, at least for now, unless you are quite lucky or spend quite a lot of time looking and waiting.

    Hope this helps.

  • October 8, 2014 at 3:04am

    I recognize 2 of those people, Johnny Cash and Reba McEntire. I basically avoid county music whenever possible. No offense meant to anyone.

  • [2] October 8, 2014 at 2:33am

    There are only a very few US producers of rimfire ammo, especially compared to centerfire. Many big name brands buy their own branded rimfire ammo from other companies. It is manufactured on special custom equipment and production lines that is only good for rimfire. Equipment to mass produce centerfire ammo is much more common. They don’t shut down rimfire production lines so they can manufacture centerfire ammo.
    Preppers for one have been stocking up and hording it. To many of them having 20,000 rounds or more on hand is seen as vital. After the last big deal because of Sandy Hook and gun control talk caused a run on sales of almost anything related to “defense” or “survival” guns and ammo, people just kept buying .22 LR whenever they could. Other people who knew how to get it bought all they could and were selling it for 100%+ profit. I believe many independent dealers were participating.
    The manufacturers simply could not get ahead of the increased demand. People are starting to relax a bit and the market is showing signs of slowing down and the rimfire ammo is becoming more available. I could probably buy 5-10 thousand rounds a day now (at the lower end of market prices) from a combination of sources if I wanted to. Unless something happens soon to start a frenzy again, I am guessing in the next few months you’ll find a lot more in stock.

  • [8] October 8, 2014 at 12:34am

    I didn’t see “Dumb and Dumber” when it first came out, but I’ve been watching it daily now for about 6 years, two more to go………..

  • [7] October 8, 2014 at 12:15am

    ‘Making the President of the United States look smart by being so stupid in public.’

    Says a lot about the boss when he can’t “hire” someone of average intelligence without being upstaged. Sad.

  • [3] October 7, 2014 at 8:45pm

    Every time I see an armed and dangerous criminal escape without getting “permanently rehabilitated” I think of it as a wasted opportunity to make a place just a safer. You know they are likely to try it again, and good people will have their lives jeopardized.

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  • [2] October 7, 2014 at 1:17pm

    They forgot to mention that 49.9% of them vote democrat. The rest of them just pick their nose on election day.

  • [10] October 7, 2014 at 1:14pm

    Some of those retards voted for Obama and Pelosi. The rest of them didn’t vote.

  • [2] October 7, 2014 at 1:03pm

    They’re like annoying little bugs that come flying to the light and get in your face. The frustrating part is you can’t smack ‘em like a bug and squish their guts out.

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