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digitalguy

Member Since: January 12, 2012

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  • [71] April 16, 2015 at 8:07pm

    we have become a nation of utter *******….

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  • [29] April 15, 2015 at 9:19pm

    some of us know this by experience. Not all of us grew up with our heads stuffed up our a$$, so we have some life experience….

  • [25] April 15, 2015 at 11:36am

    Modesty is a value, NOT a detriment. Sadly, the media (and the shallow left) has made it a negative…

    Kudos to her. hope she brings lots of hope and encouragement to other women along the way.

    I”m not much for pageants – having spent years going tech work for them.. 80% of them are for the moms, to have a chance to vicariously live thru their daughters (by putting unrealistic expectations on them).. 15% are for the girls themselves, to claw their way to the top in cat fights… and only a TINY percentage of the time, hassle, money, and pain is actually expended towards actually improving the lives of women and making the world a better place.

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  • [66] April 13, 2015 at 5:43pm

    THIS. MAKES. MY. BLOOD. BOIL.
    REMF desk jockeys who are interested in little/nothing more than their own paycheck are ACTIVELY sabotaging the careers (and lives) of men and women who have left their blood and body parts on distant shores in service of the flag.
    There NEEDS TO BE FEAR INSTILLED INTO THESE PEOPLE’S LIVES THEY NEED TO FEAR WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN TO THEM. Real tangible fear – not a fear of an official reprimand. Fear of JAIL.
    Create an investigation on each and every one of these illegal access points. Drag their asses into congress. Make sure they get not an ounce of rest until every last inch has been answered.
    This my friends – this is why we need 10 more Trey Gowdy’s in Congress.

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  • [3] April 13, 2015 at 2:02pm

    Gravity is a ruthless b!tch..
    Doesn’t matter at this point whether it was flaps, lack of flaps, a loose nut in the gearbox or a nut holding the throttle – still four people passed away.

  • [145] April 13, 2015 at 9:00am

    Absolutely RIDICULOUS that the cop lied to the kids – promised to give them a ride home, and instead KIDNAPPED THEM FOR HOURS.

    This is nothing different than criminal activity with a badge.

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  • [12] April 12, 2015 at 7:12pm

    TOTALLY agreed..
    The carrot usually works better than the stick..
    One of my (errrr.. many) trips to that VERY same courthouse (after a roadside chat with an officer of the law, due to my leadfoot) was an experience I’ll never forget.
    First, I was on a motorcycle. exceeding the speedlimit (at a rather high rate – think in multiples, not in mere 10s of miles per hour), and I passed an LEO.
    Being the upstanding citizen, when I saw the blue lights, I stopped immediately, pulled well off, kept calm, was very polite, and did everything the officer asked.
    Some weeks later, I went to court, to see hizhonner and the officer.. As is common practice in that county, one can often meet the officer just prior to court, work out a plea agreement, and settle things without wasting the court’s time. I was earnestly seeking this (considering that the alternative was a rather hefty fine for my flagrant speeding).
    As I waited my turn with the officer, I was amazed at another citizen berating him (the same officer) for stopping her and ticketing her (despite her verbal acknowledgement of her speeding!).. Finally he lost it, and told her he couldn’t help her – just go see the judge.
    As luck would have it, I was up next, and I politely asked him “is that a regular occurrence?” He said yup, some folks just write themselves the tickets….I apologized for the lady (didn’t know her – just thought nobody in their right mind should be an a$$ to an LEO).
    and yes, I still got a ticket, but about 10% of what it could’ve been.

  • [13] April 12, 2015 at 7:04pm

    I look forward to a day when the 0 years are only a painful memory….

  • [20] April 12, 2015 at 7:02pm

    if 0 only had a son, he might well…..
    oh well…. no, if 0 had a son, he wouldn’t be making a video praising the local LEOs – he’d be whining cause he got stopped for breaking the law..
    ” Ring up da justice brothas – I done got busted cause everybody racissss”

  • [26] April 12, 2015 at 7:00pm

    errrr.. they’re proponents of the 1st ONLY when it suits them…. Your rights to the 1st are only as good as they’d like you to have them…

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  • [10] April 12, 2015 at 6:15pm

    I agree. Great to hear someone puttin up some common sense for a change..

    I’ve been to that courthouse a few times times (usually for speeding tickets!), and damnit if they don’t always treat me respectfully and fair….. damn them southerners…

  • [3] April 10, 2015 at 9:55pm

    agreed..

    Voluntary manslaughter?
    Or does that fall into Murder2?

    I dunno.. it probably was NOT premeditated (required for murder1), but it certainly WAS Voluntary… the cop PULLED HIS OWN GUN OUT OF HIS OWN HOLSTER, DREW DOWN ON A MAN WHO WAS RUNNING AWAY FROM HIM, and FIRED REPEATEDLY INTO THAT MAN’S BACK.

    I can’t for the life of me see anything other than murder.

    IF I caught a man raping my daughter, and did the same thing to him (shoot him 8 times in the back) I’m gonna get murder. How can this guy get anything less???

  • [5] April 9, 2015 at 1:30pm

    wireless TV is probably going to be lower quality than wired, untill/unless you’ve got a wide enough bandwidth, no interference, and unlimited caching….

    but hey, it’s all tech-speak garbeldigook…..

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  • [11] April 9, 2015 at 11:21am

    sad, sad, sad…. no reason to not have a firearm, unless there are convicted felons in that house.

    I have a lot more faith in Springfield and in the God of Abraham than in the police or any rentacop….

  • [3] April 8, 2015 at 6:06pm

    Another example of why it’s not a good idea to put long-term war vets into active policing roles; a good soldier doesn’t guarantee you’re gonna be a good cop….

  • [8] April 8, 2015 at 5:51pm

    Yes, it’s a bad idea to run from the Po-Po.. Just as the philosopher Chris Rock put it, if they have to come for you, they’re gonna bring an ass whoopin with them.

    BUT, that is ZERO excuse for shooting somebody in the back as they run away. I’m usually one who backs the police, but this guy needs to go away, for a long time. It was murder. NO question.

  • [3] April 8, 2015 at 5:50pm

    The White House seems to be more tone deaf than a 20 year old mule. And about as intelligent….

  • [9] April 7, 2015 at 9:07pm

    I’m sorry but you’re very wrong here..

    Perhaps in war you might shoot an active enemy while he’s fleeing.

    POLICE DO NOT SHOOT UNARMED CITIZENS IN THE BACK. The weapon is a tool of LAST RESORT. Officer chubby chose to shoot an overweight man who couldn’t outrun a hotdog stand, SEVEN TIMES, instead of running after him.

    I cannot see a single thing here that is defensible, and especially so when you see him pickup the stun gun and drop it on the ground beside the guy. That was ballsy..

    whomever got this video footage did the right thing – that cop needs to go down.

  • [2] April 6, 2015 at 4:50pm

    This was obviously a video shot for a political campaign – they’ve outlawed all guns there, so gun violence can’t exist in Australia…

  • April 6, 2015 at 4:50pm

    looks like a cheap copy.. i’m amazed that the two blokes in the back just stood there in line, like a couple of dumb sheep.

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