User Profile: ErinLindsey

ErinLindsey

Member Since: September 20, 2010

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  • [4] January 19, 2015 at 4:59pm

    That back trailer looked empty.

    If that trailer had been fully loaded, would those trailers have made it over the divider, or would we all be watching this video, and feeling sad that the guy videotaping it died when the trailers slammed into his car, and squished him???

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  • January 17, 2015 at 11:12pm

    I read somewhere that there’s some sort of shortage of succinylcholine. I think that’s why that other execution that “failed” (the guy still died, but the liberals got their panties in a wad about how it went about).

    My father is a retired anesthetist. Just before he was about to retire, the shortage of succinylcholine and a few other meds started. He told me that would be causing problems for the states that do lethal injections. Because the hospitals, and the pharmaceutical companies would be hoarding it, and not allowing it to be sold to the prisons for executions.

  • [2] January 16, 2015 at 4:44pm

    He’s about to play us into a big Sand trap now. Then he’s going to lose the ball

  • [27] January 15, 2015 at 11:09pm

    It’s a punishment, it’s not supposed to feel good. I’m of the opinion that it should probably hurt some. It is a punishment after all.

    You’re right, the intended result was achieved.

  • [43] January 8, 2015 at 8:26pm

    I love Greg Gutfeld. He’s my favorite person on Fox News. His show Redeye is my favorite Fox News show. Been a fan of it since it began. I like him on The Five, but Beckel annoys the heck out of me.

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  • [47] January 5, 2015 at 2:58pm

    I would have done the exact same thing he did had it been my dog. I don’t have my dog anymore, but he was like my child. He protected me when I needed him, I would have died to protect my dog if he was in danger. He was worth it.

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  • [37] January 2, 2015 at 11:07am

    She doesn’t owe anyone anything. She got where she is by her own hard work, and probably a lot of luck.

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  • [84] January 1, 2015 at 2:03am

    They kissed.

    Twice.

    First time they did the kiss, the camera had (thankfully) pulled away, and they were showing the crowd in Times Square. Then Kimberly and Bob realized that it didn’t get aired… So Bob got an extra kiss.

    Kimberly claimed that she’s on a z-pack (azithromycin) antibiotic. Hopefully Bob isn’t harboring any antibiotic resistant organisms inside him.

    I needed eye bleach, and brain bleach after seeing them kiss. What has been seen, cannot be unseen.

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  • December 30, 2014 at 6:44pm

    Have you ever been to http://www.darwinawards.com/

  • December 30, 2014 at 6:29pm

    To get a Darwin Award, he has to have taken himself out of the gene pool. Either by dying, without having procreated. Or, injuring himself in some way that keeps him from ever procreating. (injuring himself that way would earn him an Honorable Mention Darwin Award, since he’s still alive)

    If the ATM blew up in his face, maybe it ripped his face off, making him unattractive enough that no woman will want to go near him?

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  • [1] December 29, 2014 at 8:46pm

    @BigDelicious

    I agree. The bullying online is a lot worse than what I experienced in school, and what I went thru then was pretty bad. (physical abuse from other kids, a couple of issues of sexual harassment, and one or two times another kid inappropriately touched me).

    I’ve been watching these kids on Tumblr get nastier, and nastier. I don’t see how I could help them, without bringing the hellfire that is online bullying down on myself. So, I’m sitting here watching things get really bad for a lot of people. Wishing that I could help.

    And that’s just one online website. If it’s that bad there, it’s got to be like that all over the internet.

    Also, observing a lot of teenagers in real life, I don’t think they’re being taught ways to cope. At least not healthy ways. It’s almost no wonder that it feels like the country is starting to implode at times.

  • December 29, 2014 at 6:34pm

    Tumblr isn’t a crochet/knitting website. Tumblr is a place where people can set up their own websites for anything they want. I just happen to use mine for crochet related stuff.

    The bullying I was seeing, they have a basic “dashboard”, similar to Twitter feeds, where posts from just about any Tumblr site shows up. There are a lot of really horribly nasty people there, that focus in, and just go after people that they can victimize. It’s kind of sad to see how nasty people can be. There’s a lot of political sites on there. It’s shocking to see all the misinformation that goes on in Tumblr about what happened in Ferguson, and NYC. And the kids there believe it.

    I stay away from the political stuff, and just stay hidden in the groups of people showing off their crafting stuff. Safer that way. Unless the knitters and crocheters get into a debate over which craft is better. (crochet! The knitters can be kind of stabby sometimes /sarcasm)

  • [16] December 29, 2014 at 5:03pm

    I think you’re probably right about the clinical depression that a lot of these kids might have. The harassment, and abuse they get from the zombie hordes of stalkers just reinforces the bad feelings, and the thought that no one cares about them.

    They (parents, schools, other responsible adults) really should be teaching children today some coping skills, but everyone is so focused on drugging kids who might have something “wrong” with them (autism, or worse) into drooling-on-their-desks submission. The kids end up sleeping through school because of being medicated all the time.

    They really do need to teach children some coping skills. And also teach the little sociopath children doing the bullying to stop torturing their peers.

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  • [5] December 29, 2014 at 4:46pm

    I have an account on Tumblr, which is a blogging site popular with teenagers (full disclosure, I’m a 45yr old female, who has an account on Tumblr because I’m a crocheter/knitter, and that’s where I keep up with my crochet/knitting friends).

    I’ve been watching tho, for the last few weeks, some serious bullying going on there. There are “gangs” of people on that site that will go after other members of the site for any perceived wrong. There was one over the weekend, where someone made it look like a girl killed herself. (no idea if she actually did, or if she faked it, or if she was hacked, and the hackers were faking it)

    I’d like to help the people getting internet stalked on there get help, but these sites seem to make it extremely difficult to either report the harassment, or stop the bullying. I still don’t know exactly how the bullies manage to find enough personal info to go after their victims in the real world too.

    Someone needs to teach people how to defend themselves from being attacked like that. The people doing the harassing probably need some jail time, or they need their computers to be taken away.

    Watching those people getting internet-stalked brings back scary memories to when I was in grade school, with real life bullies after me all the time.

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  • [136] December 24, 2014 at 4:57am

    But, he was turning his life around. He was making toys for the little kids in his basement, and was going to give them out for Christmas.

    Oh bollocks. If he had a gun, and drew on the cop, then the cop was correct to shoot him to save his own life. Scoop up the corpse, have a proper funeral, and then move on. This story is getting boring.

    I don’t want to watch Christmas riots later tonight.

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  • [6] December 23, 2014 at 10:42pm

    Hope he’s ok.

    He was the first President that I got to vote for when I got old enough to vote. He and Reagan have both always been two of my favorite Presidents.

    Really hope he’ll be ok.

    I can imagine a bunch of arsehats will be cheering if he isn’t. Hope that doesn’t happen.

  • [7] December 18, 2014 at 11:18pm

    I want to be buried with my dog too. I don’t have to have him put down tho. He died nine years ago. I’ve given instructions to my family that when I die, the dog comes with me.

  • [9] December 17, 2014 at 5:09pm

    I still think Sony did this to themselves because they know the movie sucks.

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  • [32] December 16, 2014 at 11:02pm

    The North Koreans really don’t need to go to this much trouble to keep people from seeing the movie. look at the cast. It looks stupid.

    I am starting to wonder if this is a plot from the producers of the movie because they know they made a stinker, and they’re embarrassed.

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  • [8] December 14, 2014 at 9:06am

    I love Martin Freeman (my favorite tv show is Sherlock). This was the only funny skit on SNL last night.

    SNL hasn’t been funny in years. It wasn’t their best effort, but I did laugh at this skit. Think it was because Freeman is usually funny.

    Rest of the show, I thought it sucked. Too bad, but Freeman could only do so much with the horrible writing.

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