User Profile: EmbassyMarine


Member Since: August 20, 2011

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  • July 21, 2012 at 11:52am

    Bronze Star for this one. As it is defined in Executive Order 9419, 4 February 1944 ..”that it may be awarded for bravery, acts of merit, or meritorious service. As a medal it is awarded for merit, and with the “V” for valor device it is awarded for heroism”

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  • July 21, 2012 at 11:42am

    From my previous profession I would also say that you are on the mark or very close. I would have been a great diversion. I would also like to thank those who see this guy as psychopath and not try to figure out ‘WHY??” his is just a nut-job.
    For the trolls who want to make this political remember this:a 14yo boy decapitated a 9yo a few years ago in Japan, why? Nut-job! and yes, they still have knives there.What if he would have driven a truck through the wall, dumped a drum of gas and tossed a match? Would you support banning cars and gas?

  • May 20, 2012 at 2:56pm

    As someone who has lived overseas in excess of 20 years both in the military and out, I can tell you that not only is this bad legislation (no ****?) but the will never be able to enforce this. If someone leaves the US and the Gov. tries to confiscate taxes, the courts have no jurisdiction in any foreign country. The new locations’ gov. will promptly tell the US to shove it! Also, lets say I have $5 million and I want to leave. I form a new company in my new location, and will sell my assets to that new company for $1.00 and not break one law. Assets leave the jurisdiction of the US. BYE-BYE. Also, If I own bearer shares in a US company, I simply take them with me to my new location, but that is not necessary. There are many ways to do this legally even with this stupid law.

  • February 10, 2012 at 11:04pm

    Sarah is spot on! My little girl is just 4. It’s a challenge but toys are put away. She is learning to help with dishes and laundry, she also thinks the vacuum cleaner is a blast to push around! (It’s a loud toy!) Some things suck to do but we tell her that’s just the way it is, life means that clothes have to be folded as well as hung up (we all hate doing that!) but it’s done.
    Reality….what a concept!

  • February 10, 2012 at 10:56pm

    Please run for School Board!

  • February 10, 2012 at 10:54pm

    NO!…Candidate for State Office or Congress!!

  • February 10, 2012 at 10:52pm

    Doc….it was on his person. Look at his right hip.

  • February 10, 2012 at 10:49pm

    I didn’t realize that Mary Jane was legal in Montana. Blaze away!

  • February 10, 2012 at 10:46pm

    Some are throwing the Man under the bus, Most are supportive.

    To the Dr. Spock crowd, listen up, you are missing the entire point.

    This Man remembers having his little girl on his lap and reading her bedtime stories and tucking her in. He remembers when she fell down and skinned her knee….she didn’t run to Mama, she ran to Daddy.
    This 15yo POS disrespected the Man, Father, and her Protector. He is Just in discipline, and he should be proud.
    He refused to let her poor behavior go unchecked.
    He HATED doing it.
    He was CORRECT in doing it.
    If she would disrespect her Father ( nd Mom) without being held accountable, she would disrespect her future boss and family, and the costs would be larger.
    To those who think that ‘OH my, now she will hate him for life!!!’….SO what if she does, and as a father of a future woman, if my girl acts the same I would replicate his actions similarly. His and My job as a father is not to make friends with our children, but to teach them self-reliance, integrity and respect.

    THAT leads to Character. THAT is the goal of all fathers.

    Props to you Sir….Props to you.

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  • August 20, 2011 at 11:57am

    Without going into a diatribe about the lack of gun safety being taught to our children. As a Marine and a NRA Range Master, gun safety should be taught to everyone as we have guns in our society.

    Who do you want your children to learn about guns from?

    The good guys or the bad?