User Profile: flyingrobots

Member Since: August 17, 2011


  • [12] October 19, 2016 at 2:23pm

    The person who leaked the DNC emails is dead, and he wasn’t Russian.

    In reply to the contribution Marco Rubio is right about WikiLeaks

  • October 17, 2016 at 10:19am

    And you really believe that these women are telling the truth?

  • [25] October 16, 2016 at 1:37pm

    Wow, I reject the premise of this article. Herod put John in jail and beheaded him for pointing out his sin. Trump apologized. There is a big difference. People screw up and sin, the good guys admit it and apologize. Get over it.

    Oh and by the way, lots of evidence that Trumps accusers are full of it.

    I am so sick of twerps who take scripture and bend it to their twisted logic.

    In reply to the contribution Render unto Trump that which is Trump's

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  • [1] October 16, 2016 at 11:17am

    It is clear that Steve along with others are not taking advantage of the unmasking Mr. Trump has done of the Left. His candidacy has done more to expose the tactics, intent and the players in the ring for the progressive movement.
    No one else would have called the Democrats out like he has. And because of who they are, they are overplaying their hand for everyone to see.
    I believe that Donald Trump has a purpose, and he knows what it is and he understands how they fight, and he hasn’t broken any rules, he is using the rules THEY have set. It is the progressive movement that knows no bounds. Donald didn’t color outside the lines (as drawn by progressive) he is coloring inside them.
    Donald didn’t pull the ejection handle when he declared bankruptcy, used the law in order to save the businesses he purchased. He used it to renegotiate bad deals that the previous owners had negotiated with labor, banks and creditors.
    So the bottom line here is that what your interpretation as him running away shows that you, Steve, have no clue how the world works nor do you understand how to fight.
    Not that I do either, but we are being schooled and instructed how this works. Rather than beat him down more, we should sit up and pay attention.
    It is my belief, that we have no idea who are enemy is, we’ve tried to figure these people out, and have failed. Now we are being clearly shown who they are and one (apparently effective) way to defeat them.

    In reply to the contribution Trump's last chance to save himself

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  • [4] October 12, 2016 at 7:22am

    This talk of armed revolution is foolishness. I don’t care how many red state people are armed and with food, they will lose.

    No, if you want to check Federal power, you need to have your own local and state houses in order. You can’t just sit back in your arm chairs and complain about things and then when they go bad, pick up a gun. That is not how it works.

    You need to get up and start to learn to speak and discuss. You need a proper education (e.g. read, like 5,000 hours worth of reading and studying classics). Then and only then will you begin to learn what needs to be done.

    Once we fix ourselves, individually, locally and state wide will we be able to fix this problem.

    Picking up a gun against your neighbor (even if you neighbor is in Washington) is not the answer here.

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  • September 17, 2016 at 2:24pm

    Snowden is a traitor.
    He was either careless or motivated by something other than patriotism.
    He could have just released documents that would have illuminated the abuses of our government on its citizens. But he went MUCH further than that. The information he released cost lives, destroyed intelligence gathering abilities and much more.

    He could have been discrete and focused, but instead he caused a ton of collateral damage that could have been avoided and still accomplish the same goal of educating America. He knew what he was doing and chose to be destructive on an imaginable scale.

    No, something else motivated him, or he would not have felt the need to put people’s lives in danger and subsequently ending them. He’s a traitor and a murderer.

    Let him hang.

  • [6] June 24, 2016 at 2:35pm

    Well said, very well said. Removing borders so you can rule over people isn’t the way to go. Removing borders so people can, on the own accord, interact freely (with full respect of life, liberty and property) is exactly right.

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  • [2] April 1, 2016 at 12:31pm

    Electric motors are amazing when it comes to torque and speed. I think the work being done to improve their cost, reliability and energy consumption is cool. We still have an energy density problem. Hydrocarbons still rule the roost in terms of energy density and even with 30% efficient engines have 10 times the energy of the best batteries that we have.

    The big question is whether or not we can increase electrical energy density. You would find electric trucks and cars to be far superior than their gas or diesel counterparts in terms of torque and speed. Acceleration is fantastic.

    However, I’m sticking with gasoline now because I can go further, fill up quicker and its cheaper.
    I figure we’ll see batteries go by the way side and we’ll use technology that will convert something directly into electricity (like a fuel cell of some sort). You have to be able to engineer things on a molecular level for batteries to get close to hydrocarbons in terms of energy density.

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  • [4] March 23, 2016 at 10:18am

    Our caucus was very orderly, they checked ID’s, you received a voting card signed by an official with your name on it once you presented your ID. If you voted online, a red mark was drawn on your ID making it impossible for you to vote during the caucus

    You had to present your voting card before you received an official ballot. We ran out of ballots, ad-hoc ballots were created but had the signature of one of caucus president/director to be valid. NO ONE received a ballot unless you had a voting card with out a red line on it.

    Ours was legit, it was run very well.

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  • [1] February 25, 2016 at 7:33am

    This is the best marketing event in Apple’s history. This fight with the Federal Government is having the effect of establishing themselves as the most secure phone on the planet. Whether or not it is true is another story, but this will be the effect.

    I personally think that because of the number of laws on the books, you and I are in violation of at least one of them. Because we have unscrupulous prosecutors who don’t really care much about justice, because it is so easy to put someone away for some innocent thing, that this is needed. We need to be secure in our effects, we need to be able to keep things from others, including government.

    Yes, people will use these technologies to do ill, but that has always been the case….

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  • [1] February 23, 2016 at 6:38pm

    I’m a big conceal carry supporter. There is the realization though that the good guy doesn’t always win a gunfight, glad this guy came out on top.

  • [-2] February 17, 2016 at 9:27am

    EMP affects long transmission lines. It will affect power supplies plugged into your 110 volt or 220 volt outlet. It will affect those things plugged into the grid. Mainly the power supplies attached.

    So a desktop computer will go down. But it is very likely that core electronics will survive. Your cell phone will survive (the towers may be out). Your car may stall, but it is very likely it will start up again.

    The damage to the grid will no doubt be devastating. Transformers may be shorted/blow up, smoking transfer stations, etc. Definitely your refrigerator motor coils may be fried. But many things will still work.

    It will be rough, but 90% of the population die? Not so sure.

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  • [41] February 12, 2016 at 5:19pm

    Trump will use the same bully tactics when he is in office. I don’t care if it is for or against what I would see realized. Its wrong, dictatorial and tyrannical. This isn’t who we are.

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  • [-3] February 8, 2016 at 7:56am

    Only things attached by long wires would be affected by EMP. So yes, anything plugged into the wall would be toast. Cell towers, toast.

    On the other hand, your car would stall, but would likely start up again. You cell phone, tablet and computer would probably survive.

    So would your backup generator.

    I don’t buy that 90% of the population would starve. Go study the physics behind an EMP and exactly what it affects….yeah there will be some down time, but I suspect basic electricity would be back up sooner than you think.

    Planes falling out of the sky? Nope, that is fear mongering at its best….

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  • [1] February 2, 2016 at 10:00am

    True, isolating ourselves and forgetting our civic duties is an issue. However, remember that the Federal Reserve and an Income Tax was created in 1913, when television wasn’t even around. The issues surrounding our inability to govern ourselves runs deeper, not sure I know what it is, but it runs deeper than TV and football games.

    Perhaps it is part of the problem now, but something else is amiss….

  • [9] February 1, 2016 at 1:37pm

    There is nothing anti-christian about self preservation. These people are animals, they are cruel, bloodthirsty and a threat. So yes, God Bless The Sniper! We don’t celebrate the killing, we celebrate the disabling and dismantlement of an cruel and bloodthirsty group that wouldn’t think twice about removing your head from your body, probably not even once.
    Your comparisons to Mao and the Bolsheviks are absurd on its face.
    Using the word “killing” without context is typical attempt at moral equivalence. Get a brain.

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  • [3] January 25, 2016 at 1:21pm

    I guess you could read that two ways. There is one sure “fire” way of eliminating the violence. Not sure it would be what this PM has in mind….

  • [1] January 19, 2016 at 1:26pm

    The thing that we have to remember is that Facebook is not a public forum. It is owned by a private organization. They can do whatever they please, and allow whatever content they want to allow.
    We have a right to free speech, but it doesn’t give us the right to be heard.
    I don’t like what is happening in Europe and the effort to hide the nonsense. It is very disturbing. It is disturbing that it could be hidden using Facebook and other outlets. The question becomes how do we educate on what is happening without Facebook? Tough question for sure, but there has to be a way.

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  • [1] January 13, 2016 at 9:15am

    Its a good start. Who would have ever thought we would challenge the fed, and to have it fail by only a handful of votes.

    It’ll happen next time….

  • [1] December 29, 2015 at 5:01pm

    I like the fact that our military is looking out for us.

    What is unsettling for me is that we have a government that is so big that our political leaders don’t seem to have control over it. What happens when this bureaucracy decides against Americans?