User Profile: duhTruth

duhTruth

Member Since: October 13, 2012

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  • April 24, 2014 at 7:35pm

    My comments are regarding the 3:14 video of Cliven speaking under the tree.

    From that video Cliven seems to be demonstrating love towards the black people, and to the mexicans.

    He does not want them to be in bondage to the United States Government. Kind of reminds me of the movie RUNAWAY SLAVE.

    Cliven is not saying that he wants them to go back to being slaves. He is saying that they have merely gone from one form of slavery into a different form of slavery, and neither one of those situations is good for them. Cliven wants the purple people, green people, tan people, white people, blue people, black people, and even the yellow people to have FREEDOM.

    He comes across as a cowboy who speaks like a cowboy, who has a loving heart, who wants all people to be able to enjoy freedom. His choice of words aren’t what I would use, but I grew up in a different place than he did.

    I cannot speak to Clivens larger picture because I don’t have enough info, but ONLY regarding the 3:14 video that I watched on TheBlaze, the guy seems to be advocating, supporting, concerned, worried, and troubled, about the current problems facing many black people in America. In his dare I say “backcountry” fashion he seems to be demonstrating love towards his fellow men of a different complexion.

  • April 24, 2014 at 7:06pm

    From the video posted here, Cliven seems to be demonstrating love towards the black people, and to the mexicans.

    He does not want them to be in bondage to the United States Government. Kind of reminds me of the movie Runaway Slave.

    Cliven is not saying that he wants them to go back to being slaves. He is saying that they have merely gone from one form of slavery into a different form of slavery, and neither one of those situations is good for them. Cliven wants the purple people, green people, tan people, white people, blue people, black people, and even the yellow people to have FREEDOM.

    He comes across as a cowboy who speaks like a cowboy, who has a loving heart, who wants all people to be able to enjoy freedom. His choice of words aren’t what I would use, but I grew up in a different place than he did.

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  • April 9, 2014 at 11:47pm

    Does that last line above cause a reaction in you? Yes or no?

  • April 9, 2014 at 11:35pm

    I have been disgusted at the amount of grammatical errors on TheBlaze myself. I have sent countless emails to Editor Scott Baker about their lack of proof reading. They have been met with disregard plain and simple.

    My main beef is this. I want TheBlaze to be a bullet proof source for truth and honest information. With the plethora of errors in their stories I am led to believe that they DO NOT proof read their articles for accuracy before publishing. If they are not proof reading the story for accuracy, how can I as the reader trust that the story is accurate and true? How can I?

    I expect more from TheBlaze. Until they implement a QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM, beginning with something as elementary as proof reading their work, the information they distribute will be suspect, and unworthy of the cleansing pillar of fire.

    I want TheBlaze to succeed. We need TheBlaze to succeed.

    We must hold them accountable, and demand that they perform to our high standards.

    Please email the authors and Editor Scott Baker with your thoughts. Please contact them when they continue to produce sloppy work.

    Together we can help the, make the necessary improvements.

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  • January 20, 2014 at 1:15pm

    Usually in these stories the police say “Someone called, so we have to do something” or one of us writes in the Comments Section: “someone must have called the police, so they had to do something.”

    I am so tired of that line. Somebody simply calling 911 doesn’t necessarily require any interaction. The dispatcher can say “I understand that you are calling because you saw someone carrying a firearm out in the open. YOU DO KNOW THAT IT IS LEGAL FOR THEM TO DO THAT DON’T YOU? Are they shooting it? We will drive by and check it out, but most likely we won’t even stop and make contact with them.”

    What if a 911 caller said that someone was carrying a blunt object? More people are killed by blunt objects than rifles.

    What if the 911 caller said they could see a knife attached to their belt? More people are killed by knives than rifles.

    What if the 911 caller said someone had a boot on their foot? More people are killed by hands, fists and feet than by rifles.

    What if the 911 caller said that someone was chewing bubble gum? That is just as legal as carrying a rifle out in the open.

    There are people who call 911 because their hamburger order got messed up and they are angry. Just because someone calls 911, it doesn’t demand police action! They have discretion to choose what course of action they want, and they should do what’s right.

    The police need to be educated, and they also need to do their part to educate those people who are misinformed and over r

  • December 7, 2013 at 3:03pm

    I had to go to NBC News to get the story.

    Fire chief Norazam Khamis told NBC News via telephone that the collision on the country’s main north-south expressway happened when one of the cars veered from its lane and into the other two cars. He said they were travelling to the capital for a car show.

    The cars were traveling at around 110 km/h, which is the speed limit in Malaysia, he said. Khamis added he did not think the cars were breaking the speed limit.

    And yes I love the Blaze, but I have been frustrated out of my mind at their lack of journalistic professionalism. I get the impression they never proof read their stories before publishing since too often they are laden with grammatical errors.

    The errors tell me they are not checking the story over to make sure it’s correct and ready for publishing. If they are not checking the story for correctness, then how can I be assured I am getting the TRUTH instead of a mistake?

    Many emails to Editor Scott Baker about the plethora of errors on The Blaze have been met with disregard. Mr. Baker said they are in a hurry to push information out quickly, and that quite frankly they are willing to let the readers bring their mistakes to their attention.

    I have been disgusted every time Mr. Baker brushes this off. I want The Blaze to stand out as exceptional. I WANT TO KNOW THEY ARE WORKING VERY HARD TO DELIVER THE TRUTH. Simply hoping for the truth doesn’t cut it.

    I Can’t Convince them, Can You?

  • December 7, 2013 at 2:58pm

    I had to go to NBC News to read the details of the story.

    From NBC NEWS:

    Fire chief Norazam Khamis told NBC News via telephone that the collision on the country’s main north-south expressway happened when one of the cars veered from its lane and into the other two cars. He said they were travelling to the capital for a car show.

    The cars were traveling at around 110 km/h, which is the speed limit in Malaysia, he said. Khamis added he did not think the cars were breaking the speed limit.

    And yes I love the Blaze, but I have been frustrated out of my mind at their lack of journalistic professionalism. I get the impression they never proof read their stories before publishing since too often they are laden with grammatical errors.

    The errors tell me they are not checking the story over to make sure it’s correct and ready for publishing. If they are not checking the story for correctness, then how can I be assured I am getting the TRUTH instead of a mistake?

    Many emails to Editor Scott Baker about the plethora of errors on The Blaze have been met with disregard. Mr. Baker said they are in a hurry to push information out quickly, and that quite frankly they are willing to let the readers bring their mistakes to their attention.

    I have been disgusted every time Mr. Baker brushes this off. I want The Blaze to stand out as exceptional. I WANT TO KNOW THEY ARE WORKING VERY HARD TO DELIVER THE TRUTH. Simply hoping for the truth doesn’t cut it.

    I Can’t Con

  • December 7, 2013 at 2:39pm

    Actually this demonstration has an interesting parallel.

    For the life of me I cannot convince some of my liberal friends (or most of my conservative friends for that matter!) about the sinister plans the “Alinsky Crowd” is pushing on Americans. They think Communism is dead, & can’t comprehend that Americans would be working to destroy our system. They cannot comprehend it – despite reading and watching the Marxists explain what they intend to do to us.

    I try to explain it and they can’t see it, even though it’s staring them right in the face. I showed this illusion to someone and said “those two blocks are exactly the same color, can’t you see it?” “It’s not a trick question, they are the same color, and that is the TRUTH!”

    Americas adversaries from within shine bright lights on some blocks and say to us “look over there” and we look where they direct us to. Then they keep portions of other blocks in the shadows and we don’t see that information. They use this tactic to deceive us, just like this illusion is deceptive to our eyes.

    I couldn’t see how those two blocks were the same color until I read more about them and learned to place my finger horizontally between the two blocks, thus removing the shadow and bright areas.

    The Marxist Con is right there for all of our neighbors to see and understand if they would simply learn more about the Marxist illusion. Once they learn how to deal with the Bright Show Lights, and the Shadows – they will be a

  • November 27, 2013 at 11:47am

    Thats the way I see it. Someone at the school Destroyed Evidence that the police could use in their investigation either for or against the student, or for or against the school. Seems to me the school wanted to have the ability to exagerate their version of the “facts”.

  • September 2, 2013 at 9:29pm

    Here’s another way to look at it. From the time the couple with the umbrellas on the left side of the road move to avoid getting splashed from the oncoming car, that boulder and the white car are set on a collision course. The people in the white car are completely unaware that they are on a course where in 17 seconds they will be meeting their Maker. Except, the trajectory didn’t line up exactly. WOW.

  • September 2, 2013 at 9:10pm

    Thanks for the info on where that boulder came from. I looked for it several times myself as I initially played the clip over and over. At the 3 second mark look at the skyline above where the Mcdonalds building is. It took the boulder 17 seconds to tumble down the mountain from that elevation.

  • March 13, 2013 at 12:15pm

    @Berbel73

    I welcome some of TheBlaze stories that don’t meet the standard of serious journalism. Interesting clips are fine with me. My problem is all of the grammatical errors. My point is this. In order to publish a story that is accurate you must look it over to ensure that what you wrote is what you intended to write, or to ensure that you laid out the facts correctly. If you proof read your article for correctness (The Truth) before publishing it, then it would seem that you would catch the obvious errors.

    The fact that there are so many errors tells me that they don’t do much checking for accuracy before they publish. That is a problem, and leads me to wonder if the story is correct or not. When I send an important email, I read over it first to make sure it’s right. I CAN’T IMAGINE posting a story for millions of people to read without going over it first!

    And yes, there is a long list of stories that meet this poor standard on TheBlaze.

    Some of us just want to see some improvement at TheBlaze, because 1) we want the truth and 2) we want them to succeed.

  • March 13, 2013 at 12:00pm

    Yes, we know it’s a fake story – look at the water marks around the hole before he jumps etc. I enjoy some of the interesting NON NEWS story’s that TheBlaze posts. I think a lot of us are unhappy about the way this story was portrayed to us as being true, when it most likely is not true.

    I think there is a story here though. There is value in adding this footage of your database, because sometimes things aren’t always as they appear – and that is the story here. I would have not portrayed this event as true, and that is why we are bothered, because we demand the truth from TheBlaze!

  • March 13, 2013 at 10:33am

    Bit by bit, day by day, story by story TheBlaze is descending into irrelevancy. Here is an entirely faked event and TheBlaze is reporting it as a true story . . . Lis Klimas wraps up her account with “Moral of the story is it’s pot hole season. As you can see in the surrounding environment in the video, there are still mounds of snow hanging around. Freeze-thaws throughout the winter season could have created gaping pot holes — puddle jumpers be warned.”

    TheBlaze refuses to proof read their stories before publishing them and thus they are often laden with errors. For me I am clicking on TheBlaze less often each passing month. I need a news outlet that publishes the truth, TheBlaze is demonstrating to me that they are not up to that task. I find that sad!

  • February 25, 2013 at 4:20pm

    I agree this headline is very deceptive. I don’t like that from a news organization that needs my trust!

  • February 25, 2013 at 4:16pm

    I agree, this headline is completely deceptive. I don’t like being tricked by a news organization that needs my trust!

  • February 6, 2013 at 11:59am

    You wood also think that when riding a story about someone else’s accuracy problem, that you would make shore that your being accurate, wood’nt You? … Making a funny about a serious point.

  • February 6, 2013 at 11:47am

    You’re right E7705. I want The Blaze to be successful, but they refuse to proof read their stories before publishing. I have politely contacted the authors and Blaze Editor Scott Baker several times about the errors in their stories, and their reaction has been extremely dismissive.

    My point is this:

    1) I expect them to report the truth. To do so would require them to PROOF READ the story to make sure their facts are correct, and that the story unfolds as they intended. It would seem logical, that during this proof reading for accuracy, they would catch grammatical errors and fix them. Since there are a plethora of grammatical errors on The Blaze, I can only conclude that they DO NOT proof read their articles for ACCURACY before they publish. This leaves me feeling that some of their news must contain errors. (I remember a story where they had a picture of an object that was black, and in their story they described the item as being white. That was blatant sloppiness).

    2) A news outlet with this many errors is unprofessional.

    I have been unsuccessful in getting them to improve by contacting them privately behind the scenes. The only way we can get them to do a better job is if enough of us call them out, and demand a better product.

    To The Blaze, please react, because I want you to succeed, but at this point I am extremely leery of your workmanship!

  • January 23, 2013 at 9:14pm

    The Fontana Unified School District Police Department is refusing leave students unprotected

    “it’s the bet message we can send to anybody that thinks to harm our children.”

    After you write an article, and then you read over it to see if your FACTS are correct, wouldn’t you notice your errors in the story? Wouldn’t you then fix them – before you publish the article?

    I can only assume that you ARE NOT proof reading the stories to see if they are FACTUALLY correct.

    How can I believe that these Blaze stories are true? Sadly, because of the rampant sloppiness with these stories, I have less and less faith in your credibility.

    Sometimes when I read an article on The Blaze, I look to see who wrote it. If it’s someone who has posted stories with lots of errors in the past I stop reading and close the story, and move on to another one. It’s not worth my time to be potentially misinformed.

    I must know what you are publishing is true. If you can’t look over an article to make sure it’s correct before publishing it then I CANNOT TRUST YOU!

    Please, help us to have faith in you and to trust you! It’s your choice.

  • November 7, 2012 at 1:08am

    I am ashamed at the Blaze on this story. This story is deceptive plain and simple. No, I am angry with the lack of integrity with this article. I’m looking at the world futures markets right now, and most are up, and some are down, but NONE of them are TANKING as of my posting. I feel bad enough about the election results, but now I have to reconcile the fact that the Blaze is not reporting honestly or honorably.