User Profile: FstEti

FstEti

Member Since: December 16, 2010

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  • [3] September 25, 2014 at 12:26pm

    Let me help you out here; practitioners of “The Religion of Peace”?

  • [31] August 29, 2014 at 8:27pm

    Well, I’ve resigned myself to what appears to be inevitable. The only question is whether it will be members of a Mexican drug cartel or practitioners of “The Religion of Peace” will be the first to place the heads of Americans on poles somewhere in our once great Country. I honestly cannot tell whether I’m more mad, or more sad, about what id becoming of the Country I love.

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  • [5] August 10, 2014 at 3:08pm

    @ModRep, “Why is it news when the local government of a small city decides to rename a building? Why, exactly, is that news?”. For the same reason that the unfortunate killing of Trayvon Martin was “news” 24/7 for a year or so, and the sentencing of the crazy chic who slaughtered her boyfriend (cannot recall her name because I really don’t care); the press latches onto a story that, unfortunately, is not particularly unique (many young Black men murdered, many wives/husbands/partners killing their other halves, etc) because it gives them (the Press, particularly the cable networks) something to pontificate about. That said, changing the name of this facility before the President has finished his term seems a tad premature. While I understand the pride angle (yes, I’m White, but that doesn’t mean I’m unfeeling or stupid), the apparent lack of inspiration instigated by this President for the Black Community. particularly the youth, would, I imagine, give pause to many regarding bestowing such an honor BY the Black Community. I would suggest that the honors wait until we all see how the next two 2 1/2 years go, particularly in the Middle East.

  • [4] August 9, 2014 at 1:00pm

    Canada and England? A better question is why no Western leader questions why Turkey, Jordon, Saudi Arabia and others, all of whom have formidable air forces that can deal with ISIS as well as abilities to air drop food and water to those displaced, why THEY will not police their own neighborhoods. Hell, it’s in their best interest as Isis isn’t that far away from their own borders. These same countries could eliminate the suffering of the Palestinian women and children that they complain about simply by welcoming them into their countries, but no one talks about that either. I believe that the detonation of a small thermonuclear bomb in any number of places in the Middle East is long overdue to promote a seriously overdue attitude correction.

  • [6] August 2, 2014 at 3:13am

    Well, two decades are more than one decade, so the “journalist” and “editor” and “proof reader” are technically not wrong, I guess……….

  • [11] July 26, 2014 at 11:52am

    What, or who, are the Young Turks, and why would I give a rip regarding their opinions on anything? They must be on MSNBC, and if so, by definition they are irreverent.

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  • [103] July 14, 2014 at 3:36am

    Wait, what? I thought that our President said that Al Qaeda was “on the run”, and we all know that our President wouldn’t lie…………………

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  • [14] July 10, 2014 at 9:18pm

    That’s offensive! Being a Caucasian of European descent, I feel entitled to demand that “Lilliy white ass” be replaced with “White Peonies Posterior”.

  • June 30, 2014 at 2:40am

    He probably can’t; the N.O. EMT Union would likely have him fired for infringing on another union’s turf! Before you know it, EMT’s would be out arresting folks and the police would be doing CPR, and before long, chaos would reign all over N.O.! Don’t EVEN get me started on the Teacher’s Union….

  • [1] June 28, 2014 at 7:35pm

    I spent 18 months in The Philippines in 1966/67 and primarily hung out with four other Airmen, two Black and two White (I’m also White). Coincidentally, two of them were from the Philly area (one Black, one White) but they didn’t know each other growing up. We never discussed race except, as young guys do, when insulting each other. Example;”you can’t dance”, yeah, and you can’t grow hair”, that sort of thing. We ate together and drank a LOT of San Miguel Beer and Anjo Rum (.50 a fifth), and chased women around. My point is that we lost contact with each other as military buddies did back then after we rotated out (no internet in those days, you actually had to write a letter), but I tracked one of the White guys down several years later and he told me that he ran into the Black guy about a year prior by complete accident but he was told “no offense Bob, but you and I have nothing more in common and I don’t want to talk with you” (paraphrasing), because you are “Whitey”. Apparently, he had gone home and been assimilated into the “Black Culture” indoctrination. It was nuts. My point being that I don’t give a rat’s ass what color you are, I’ll judge you by your actions and opinions and I expect you to do the same with me. Oh, and no, I don’t OWE you anything because of your skin pigmentation nor the circumstances the neighborhood (or country) that you come from. This gentleman in the ad is someone that I would like to get to know even though he’s the age of o

  • [7] June 20, 2014 at 10:54pm

    I’m certain that there’s an iron/lead joke in there somewhere, I’m just not bright enough to articulate it…..

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  • [9] June 19, 2014 at 1:57pm

    Now THAT was funny. Unfortunately, I now need to clean up the mess I made while spitting out my coffee!

  • June 19, 2014 at 3:09am

    Would you guys stop? I’m trying to get to sleep, now I’ll be up laughing all night…..

  • [3] June 18, 2014 at 3:33am

    Does anyone happen to know whether she and the blonde bimbo are a couple? I cannot imagine any man who could stand to live with either of them. Of course, they live in the D.C. area, so I imagine if they DO live with a man, he’s likely a prissy metrosexual mamma’s boy who’s prettier than either of them. I would Google them but I find that I really don’t give a rat’s ass. Will someone PLEASE send them back to the secretarial pool?

  • [1] June 17, 2014 at 12:33pm

    Who?

  • [22] June 1, 2014 at 2:40pm

    Oh, the main stream media would report it all right; they would Blame Bush for leaving the RPG behind in a White House closet!

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  • [14] June 1, 2014 at 2:26am

    Emu, we will likely know in short order whether or not this move will lead to more hostage taking, not only of our troops, but American civilians as well.Think Somali pirates and freighters with U.S. crew members, yachts, planes, etc. I mean, now that we have indicated a willingness to even entertain the subject, is not the next logical move to not just transfer prisoners, but to jst pay ransom as well? I hope to God that I’m wrong but I doubt it. Lastly, I must admit that the timing, given the V.A. scandal, seems just a little “convenient”, wouldn’t you say? I mean, really, the DAY AFTER the V.A.Administrator resigns? Really?

  • June 1, 2014 at 12:10am

    Monk, did you fall asleep on your keyboard? I need to know the answer…….

  • [37] May 31, 2014 at 11:58pm

    Boehner will probably send Obama a nice fruit basket as the Republican response.

  • [51] May 31, 2014 at 11:52pm

    John, will you feel the same if/when Americans are taken hostage in the near future because, apparently, the United States Government has just announced to the world that it will negotiate with terrorists to release those hostages? Obama just undid decades of U.S. policy. AND for a hostage who wound up with his captors under suspicious circumstances at that.

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