User Profile: ECOMCON

ECOMCON

Member Since: November 05, 2012

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  • [13] June 30, 2015 at 1:43pm

    Free speech is free speech. Case closed.

  • [5] June 30, 2015 at 1:25pm

    Even a 16 year old would have ended up in worse condition if it was my preteen daughter. And that would be if she was as old as 12. And heaven help the daughter when we got home.

  • June 30, 2015 at 11:02am

    Ivan the Terrible used to fry people on a large iron skillet. I for one would love to hear the snap, crackle, pop of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as he fried.

  • [2] June 30, 2015 at 10:43am

    They probably used a band-aid and some Polysorbin. Horrors.

  • [14] June 25, 2015 at 8:38pm

    Hungary has every right as a sovereign nation to control it’s borders by whatever means it deems appropriate and needed. As far as comparing this fence to the Iron Curtain and Auschwitz is beyond ignorant. Those were constructed to keep people in, whereas Hungary’s is to keep people out.

  • [1] June 25, 2015 at 4:27am

    He says he’s real sorry and then begs Allah’s mercy. That two faced bastard tried to con them all. Asking for Allah’s mercy means he will die by the infidel’s hands as a result of jihad, and Allah’s mercy for that is the 72 virgins. I say lock him up in a pig farm for the rest of his life until he dies amongst the filth naturally. No virgins then.

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  • [8] June 25, 2015 at 4:19am

    When I was real little I used to stand up on the bench seat in front between my two grandparents in their ’53 Chev. All the house paint had lead in it. All the toy war guns had multiple projectile launchers. From kindergarten on I walked back and forth to school by myself. I used to catch hell because I’d want to go out and play even on rainy days. The standard lunch bags in the schools had peanut butter and jam sandwiches in them. First pack of smokes I got from a machine when I was 10 and cost 25 cents and the machine didn’t ask me my age. No sex ed, but we all seemed to know how not to get VD or girls pregnant. Never a bike helmet to this day. Now, how in the hell did I or anybody else back then survive?

  • [2] June 17, 2015 at 3:38pm

    I see that the trolls are out in force today.

  • [6] June 17, 2015 at 3:31pm

    Quite frankly, a lot of the Democrat voter pool are incompetent at many things.

  • [4] June 11, 2015 at 2:33am

    If you have to ask you don’t wanna know lol.

  • [9] June 11, 2015 at 2:31am

    Don’t worry my fellow Canucklehead, we’re impotent to do anything for the US. All we can do is sit and watch this train wreck happen. One song from the 70s keeps rattling in my head since his nibs took the reins of power. Suite Madam Blue by Styx. It was semi maudlin back then when it came out, but very poignant now.

  • June 9, 2015 at 10:08am

    What is wrong with you people????
    This is sick, cruel and quite frankly inhuman in the fact that we are sentient beings and can understand the pain and suffering of other animals on this earth. This should morally repulse most people. Pigs are one of the earth’s most intelligent creatures, and I’m not going to get into the debate about them being one of our main food stocks. But cruelty towards any animal is utterly beneath us.
    Yes, soldiers safety and lives must come first, and training of medics must be done. But for the love of Christ, why weren’t these animals anesthetized first? They would still be alive when they’re shot, so they’d bleed just the same, and pathetically cling to life while the trainees do their thing. But what is on display here shows how man has no moral conscience at times.
    I’m not a fan of PETA and think that organization should be outlawed, and yes I make a damn good set of BBQed ribs. But c’mon people, is there none of you on here that sees what I see?

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  • [-1] June 5, 2015 at 2:08am

    I’ll finally wade into this this Jenner topic now.
    I agree with those that say it’s a constitutional right to do what you want as long as it doesn’t harm anybody else directly. As far as the religion aspect, God knows what’s in everybody’s heart and soul, and I believe that notwithstanding some good old fashioned hucksterism, Jenner won’t be burned in hell for all eternity for transitioning. And for those that practice judgement leading to condemnation, you are usurping God’s own rights, so tread carefully yourself.
    That is all.

  • June 5, 2015 at 1:58am

    Right on Granny!!!! I’ve been advocating for the Texas Ticket for quite a while now.

  • [1] June 5, 2015 at 1:48am

    The Commander in Chief is proof they already let transgenders to serve openly. Evidenced by his mommy jeans. I’m not even going to attempt to wade into the Moochele chroncles in this one……

  • [2] June 5, 2015 at 1:46am

    Seems to me that Robert Joseph Cayald is a product of incestual rape himself by the looks of him.

  • June 2, 2015 at 2:11am

    3 years ago I left Kitimat BC around 7am on a Saturday morning. Northern BC for the folks who don’t know. The highway runs along the Kitimat River. There was no other traffic besides me in my semi. I see the two teenaged grizzlies, that I had seen a few times before on that stretch not more than 8 feet away from a twit who was standing outside his minivan taking photos of them in a pull-out right next to the river. I laid on my air horn and the cuddly teenaged 500+ lbs each bears scrambled in the opposite direction. The fool had the nerve to give me a dirty look as I rolled past. Darwin’s law is always present at all times, and he would have been the next winner.

  • May 20, 2015 at 1:57am

    Sorge was a double agent but under the ultimate control and payroll of Moscow. Stalin not only knew well in advance that Japan wouldn’t attack Russia, he actually engineered the conflict between the USA and Japan in order to protect his flank. This was in concert with the activities of the USSR’s agents that infested the US government. It really was quite masterful and brilliant. There isn’t enough space here for me to educate further on this, but the material is out there in great detail. Do your research on this, you’ll open a can of worms so foul and broad that it’ll knock your socks off, and rewrite all you think you’ve known.

  • May 20, 2015 at 1:32am

    No experience no job, is an experience shared across generations. I myself am a boomer, and I never had anything given to me on a silver platter. I didn’t have the luxury of getting a university education, I had to work instead. There were no magic tuition paid deals back then where I grew up. Worse, everybody’s older brothers and sisters had already snapped up the good jobs before I got into the market. Of course, not having a father didn’t help either, so I had no easy way into a cradle to grave union job either via a family link. I did finish two years of university before I ran out of money. But instead of begging borrowing and stealing just to get a degree that meant an automatic job on a lumber mill’s greenchain, I went out and took any job I could. Sure, over the years I eventually went back to school, got a ticket into a good and stable career, but the bottom fell out in my chosen field in 1982. I could have whined and bitched and moaned about how the system and older people were against me, but no, I kept on doing. Get a job, do it well, get ahead eventually. It’s taken me a few decades now, but I finally make more than what’s needed to own a home and pay the bills in an obscenely overheated local market. Will the home ever be paid off? No, it’s the never-never plan. But at least I’m not paying someone else’s mortgage anymore. Do I have stocks and bonds for an easy or early retirement? Hell no. I”ll probably be eating dog food.
    Suck it up princess.

    In reply to the contribution The Great (Millennial) Depression

  • May 15, 2015 at 1:26pm

    Thanks for ruining my long weekend. Now I won’t be able to get visions of what’s actually under that damn pantsuit out of my mind.

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