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User Profile: EvlDrZork

EvlDrZork

Member Since: November 20, 2011

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  • [3] September 8, 2014 at 3:23pm

    low information ‘contributor’,,, Progressives love to rely on “experts” – this is a prime example of their expert.

  • August 18, 2014 at 1:56pm

    ..my bust – palms anterior on this one. I stand corrected…

  • [4] August 18, 2014 at 1:18pm

    Indeed. As pointed out by observers in the video, Brown’s hat (the one he was wearing in the robbery video) is lying in the street what looks to be 10 feet or more farther from the police suv and Brown’s body. How did it get there? If he was indeed on his knees and shot execution-style, it should be near the body or at least have holes in it corresponding to the head wounds noted on the autopsy sheet. Educated speculation would indicate Brown had gotten at least that far and for whatever reason (perhaps as displayed in the robbery video where he started to advance and intimidate the shop clerk), he turned back towards the police vehicle and met his demise during that action. IMHO, virtually nothing in the videoed scene nor the autopsy would indicate this guy was stationary, on his knees, with arms over his head when he succumbed to his injuries.

  • [1] August 18, 2014 at 1:01pm

    RajCaj – the drawing is rendered in “anatomical position”, reflecting the body standing with arms at sides and palms to the rear. Anterior (front) and posterior (back). The entry wounds to the arms are all anterior, as if the arms were down near the sides like if you were walking (or running). If the arms were raised, the back or underside of the arm would be exposed and the entry wounds would be annotated on the rear of the figure on the form. No entry wounds on the posterior form means arms not raised…

  • July 21, 2014 at 6:01pm

    If you watch the video of the alleged incident closely, you can’t identify the perpetrator the Israeli cops are working over ’cause he’s got his head wrapped in a red & white shemaugh like the rest of the rock and molotov throwing crowd of “protestors”… Why the need to disguise your identity if you just happened by to check it out…? I live in the Tampa area and these yahoos are lining the street with their CAIR handlers protesting the Israeli “invasion” (while their ‘cousins’ continue to lob rockets into Israel…). Didn’t see a whole lot of folks screaming and waving signs on the street when the 3 Israeli boys got snatched and killed…..

  • June 26, 2014 at 5:05pm

    Just exactly when did the Federal Government get involved in what has been, from time immemorial, a religious practice? People traditionally get married in a church in a ceremony usually read or performed by a member of the clergy (biblically, one of Christ’s first miracles was at a wedding) and only recognized by society (or the gov’t) when issues of was inherits what came into play. So, now the Feds, who traditionally ban ANY form of religious expression in the public or governmental pervue, are forcing a traditionally religious practice on American citizens in an effort to make them “equal”?? I’m aware of “civil marriages/unions” that hold legal status when contractural questions arise (who gets what in divorce or death), but traditional marriage is distinctly religious… Separation of what????

  • June 2, 2014 at 1:02pm

    @Grumpy…

    Always thought it was Paul in his letter to the Thessalonians that first mentioned the concept of what’s now known as “the rapture” (Jesus said no-one will know when He returns in Matthew). And there were others well before Ms. MacDonald and her ‘vision’ that also taught about the same concept, but thanks for the critique on a minor historical character none-the-less….

  • April 19, 2014 at 4:46pm

    The registry may be U.S. because the jet is financed through the Bank of Utah, but the folks flying it are from an engineering and mining company in northern Africa. My question would be “Why does Iran need the services of people who dig big holes in the ground?” Hiding something big, maybe? Like more centrifuges or some other ‘peaceful’ program the need to protect? While it may be related in some way to our Dear Leader and his cast of thousands, I think it’s more the regime in Iran hiding something untoward….

  • April 3, 2014 at 4:21pm

    I haven’t had a chance to read all the previous, but wanted to point out that the “protester” with his head wrapped insurgent style actually threw the flag on the ground before either of the servicemen got to him… guess that shows his level of ‘respect’ for the flag as well as his level of determination to stand by and defend his beliefs like the servicemen did. Duck and run never won anything but righteous scorn.

  • February 17, 2014 at 1:00pm

    If it eventually gets to the point that the U.S. military is used against U.S. citizens that anyone is going to be worried about the constitutionality of it? They barely tolerate the Constitution as it is… Check out the internment camps during the world wars if you don’t think a modern American gov’t will take actions against it’s citizens as a matter of “safety” (and the folks in every level make those guys look like pikers…) The most common mistake is to assume they think the same about this country and our traditional forms of governance as you do – they don’t and are not constrained to traditional lines of thinking. that’s what “fundamentally transform” means. And why do you think they’ve been socially engineering the military for years? A major section of traditional (or conservative) leaders and middle managers have been run out or demoted and replaced with more liberal counterparts – there may be some that refuse orders, but they won’t be that big a factor when the end game starts… Grandma won’t be the target – you will. Wake up.

  • November 18, 2013 at 7:03pm

    As long as our Dear Leader’s view of the “careers of the 21st century” include “illiterate ditch-digging” and “low-information common laborer dependent on the Government”, then all their statements about Common Core are undeniably true – and I think we can all agree on that. This is the culmination of the dumbing down process embraced in the 80′s & 90′s… Can’t have “citizens of the world” thinking critically for themselves, now, can we?

  • November 18, 2013 at 6:50pm

    I am simply amazed at the sheer amount of obfuscation she can throw out in such a short time frame – she couldn’t even finish one thought or line of reasoning before she was off on an unrelated tangent, the whole time trying to hit talking points, blame someone else, and get the requisite words “discriminate”, “birth control”, “for the children”, and maybe “kittens” in there… Sad to see what a true-believer Lefty looks like when they start Cheynes-Stoking on national tv….

  • October 24, 2013 at 2:03pm

    Absolute power corrupts what? On a positive note, the sales of brown shirts and jackboots are at an all time high (well, at least since the 30′s and 40′s…) I’m looking forward to using “purge” and “pogrom” in a sentence while discussing the days events. Every nightmare of every freedom-loving patriot in the last 230 years is playing out in our nation’s capitol and the political outcasts who brought you Detroit in ’68, the SDS, Weathermen, and the drug-fogged debacle of Woodstock are now running the show. You get what you vote for.

  • October 11, 2013 at 12:24pm

    @voiceof…

    What a cute little guy! You’re just a special kind of stupid, aren’t ya?

  • October 4, 2013 at 1:13pm

    get a better rig – mine don’t sag at all and I carry small of the back…

  • October 2, 2013 at 12:16pm

    Can’t help thinking how this reminded me of one of those NatGeo documentaries about a pack of wolves running down a deer – they’ll chase it until it’s too stuck or tired to defend itself, then gang up to pull it down and kill it. Same savagery. And we’re supposed to believe the guy in the SUV just wantonly drove over the fun-loving lad just out on a lark with 30 of his buddies on a sunny afternoon… with video coverage… and a guy with the camera who was waving others onto the right path; directing it, if you will. These guys are notorious for pulling this kind of anarchistic mayhem, so no-one should be surprised when it finally ends badly. Sorry the guy got run over, but in reality, stupidity should hurt.

  • May 3, 2013 at 10:05am

    Which idiots – the ones that give the roses or the ones that get them?? Check to see how much $$ the “spooky dude” has given McCain in the past… Anyone that beholden to Soros is likely to do anything.

  • April 24, 2013 at 12:02pm

    and you continue to shovel the same here… go figure. What flavor Kool-aid today, I wonder??

  • April 24, 2013 at 11:43am

    uh huh. and, my, wouldn’t it ne something if someone did it anyway without all that pesky legal stuff getting in the way? Or – maybe they were ALL on speed dial on this and just didn’t want to look like they were letting a labelled terrorist off the hook? but, no, no one would do that, now, would they?

  • April 24, 2013 at 11:27am

    OK, if al-Harbi was just a student supposedly in Findlay, OH that was just in the wrong place at the wrong time and only got on the watchlist because he was being “interviewed” by the FBI, etc, what tripped the FBI to focus on him to start with? Did they run immediate background checks on everyone that showed up at the hospitals and he just happened to show on an “interview this guy first” list somewhere?? Just wondering why they spent an innordinate amount of time and energy on this “kid” if he was just another face in the crowd.,. Oh, and what was in the phone he “lost at the scene”..?? but that’s another story….

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