User Profile: FinanceSrS

Member Since: July 20, 2012


  • [-2] January 30, 2016 at 12:10am

    Three Important Points

    1. The autopsy should be done by the county coroner.

    If the FBI moves it to Portland then look out. If the first shots to hit him were when “he reached for his weapon” then if he is shot elsewhere the autopsy would show the bullet path entering the body at a very different angle. If you control the autopsy you can just simply say there were “three entry wounds” or whatever. No need to describe the angle. This is vitally important folks. If those wounds are at a 90 degree angle to the body then he was shot standing up with his hands held high and it’s murder. That would explain his flinching and grabbing his side. Rather than grabbing a weapon it can be explained as grabbing one or more wounds.

    Watch for the autopsy. Study it. See if it’s complete.

    2. Where is the vehicle. Did they haul it to Portland? If it’s full of holes we need to see it. They will hope it will just go away but if it is shot up then why in the world would you risk killing everyone inside. It only makes sense if they were firing at the officers. That’s easy, a test upon all the weapons in the stopped vehicle. If the protestors weapons were not fired then you have to ask, “were they wanting to kill them all?”. So, it’s important IF you are covering up something to control the impounded vehicle and weapons. We need some answers. Don’t let it fall down a dark hole.

    3. Where is the Audio recording. I’m thinking they don’t want anyone to ask about that one. But if

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  • April 5, 2014 at 11:20am

    We used an alternative to ObamaCare Even covered employees.

  • November 13, 2012 at 7:54am

    “perhaps her different” who edited this piece?

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  • October 19, 2012 at 12:36am

    I think it would really help his dad’s numbers if Tag would show up and kick his ass. That would be the way we did things back in the 60′s and 70′s.

  • October 10, 2012 at 11:11am

    Yep, it’s insanely stupid. Only $1.03 per day. I first saw this comparison on this video from YouTube and some guy who calls himself “Retirement Guy”. Not bad

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  • October 4, 2012 at 8:51pm

    Very well put. The free market has taken over. At one time it wasn’t financially profitable to bring the “arts” to the public, hence PBS like the public library. Both will eventually go away due to technological progress making them more irrelevant daily.

  • September 26, 2012 at 1:09pm

    Good grief have we all lost our sense of humor?

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  • September 5, 2012 at 9:13pm

    I sent an email to Nickelodeon and told them I was done with their channel unless they fired this a**hole. I guess I’m done.

  • August 19, 2012 at 7:18pm

    “My other Bike is an Indian”

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  • July 29, 2012 at 6:58pm

    Big shock. When you are told you are wonderful no matter how awful your performance it is left up to the real world to bring you to your senses. In real life you need honest feed back so you can FIX what’s wrong. If someone had been honest with her she could have fixed her shortcomings. It’s still not too late. But in our feel good society everyone gets a blue ribbon even for participating. So, we should not be surprised that she thinks she’s good when she’s not. She may have talent but she needs honest feed back and fix what’s broken. Sometimes humiliation is a great motivator.

  • July 22, 2012 at 3:33pm

    There’s an interesting saying: “When one is a hammer you see everything as a nail”. Bottom line, Obama is speaking from his only experience, his life experience. Nothing he has or is was done on his own so he naturally thinks if you have something, someone else is responsible. There are two classes of people that think this way: A) Bureaucrats with their noses in the public trough and B) Welfare or affirmative action babies. As Mr. Reagan said, “Government is the problem”. This idiot needs a new job come this November.

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  • July 20, 2012 at 3:05pm

    That is a GREAT idea!

  • July 20, 2012 at 12:29pm

    So the mom and the mother in law said it was revenge. Guess we should automatically believe them and not the dad. I did say he could be a jerk so I covered that possibility. However the point about her not remembering is that teaching her that outsiders can over rule her father is far more damaging than going to DW is rewarding. For the new foundation to talk to the dad first would be the right thing to do. Don’t get me wrong, I’d love to see her go but NOT in the way the article PORTRAYED it. So if I’m wrong, great send her. But if I’m right, well, nuf said. BTW I think it’s great we can have these conversations and not one time has anyone cussed the other. Other boards could take note! Have a great day!

  • July 20, 2012 at 12:12pm

    The best way to recover from any illness or personal trial is to look at others worse off than you and try to help them. What a great lesson her dad wanted to teach her. For the rest of her life she could look at how she GAVE to someone that was dying. However emotional women crashed the party and taught her that the only reason she had to live for was to go to DisneyWorld. That the parents can be over ruled. Make no mistake, this time the dad got over ruled but the next issue it well may be the mom’s wishes that gets nixed. However in our current “feelings” society the children must be instantly pleased at all costs. Then we wonder why the grow up to be selfish. I applaud the efforts of those trying to help, however sometimes hell is paved with good intentions.

  • July 20, 2012 at 11:44am

    It’s nice that people want to help but what about the father? This kid is 4. Does everyone know better than her father? Perhaps he’s teaching her a lesson on caring for others by giving the opportunity to someone with only 6 months to live. Teaching her sacrifice. I took my kids to Disney World when they were 4 and 5 and they don’t even remember it. I don’t know all the facts but it seems no one has even considered this is his decision as well. So many times “good Samaritans” swoop in and take over with decisions that are colored by their own experiences and emotions. Perhaps we should hear from the father before strangers over rule him and interfere in the raising of his child. Then again he could be a jerk but he’s still the father. Where do we draw the line in interfering ? Bed time? What shoes to wear? Let’s just agree that we should at least hear from the dad before we barge in, OK?

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