User Profile: galaxie_man


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  • [2] April 6, 2015 at 7:53am

    The one and only time I was to attend mandatory “Diversity Training” at a former employer, I had to go out on an emergency service call and missed it. They kept after me to reschedule, so I answered them with a letter to the vice president of operations. The letter told them how stupid and backwards diversity training is. I reminded them of Dr. Martin Luther King’s teachings to ignore the color of skin (as well as religion, gender, sexual orientation, etc) and focus on the person’s character, knowledge, and skills to do a particular job. I told them that the way diversity works, is you divide people up in their respective “groups” and then count them in the group. Then you can either proclaim “look how many BLANKS we have” or “we need to seek out more BLANKS.”

    Needless to say, I was branded a “nut job” (for this and a couple of other “disagreements”), and while I can’t be sure I had anything to do with it, mandatory company wide diversity training never came up again.

    White privilege is a figment of the imagination of the race hustler industry and a complicit biased media.

  • April 3, 2015 at 10:11am

    What is the test of whether or not you own property including your own body…..can you keep it? Can you sell it? Can you destroy it?

    The answer is no, you do not “own” your body because government regulates it. If you truly owned your body, you could sell a spare kidney for whatever the free market could net you. You could defend it by any means. You could destroy it with drugs or alcohol, or commit suicide. Your body would truly be yours to do with as you pleased.

    For this reason, I am not an organ donor. I think that after a person dies, their estate should be able to sell their organs to the donor market.

  • [1] April 3, 2015 at 9:57am

    Here behind enemy lines in Kommiecticut, 85% of a certain class of formerly law abiding gun owners are now felons for participating in the armed civil disobedience of non-compliance. We no longer refer to ourselves as “law abiding”, we now refer to ourselves as “peaceable” citizens since we are not violent criminal thugs. We are just felons because the state says we are, not for committing any real crime.

    Because of this fact, I and many of my fellow Patriots now carry EVERYWHERE….regardless of the gun-free kill zone laws. A concealed firearm in a holster under my coat HARMS NO ONE, but it may stop anyone that thinks they can waltz into a school, mall, or theater and kill at will. I like to refer to this as the “halo effect”. Everyone in my immediate vicinity benefits from the safety provided to them without their knowledge, whether they honor the 2nd Amendment or not.

  • April 2, 2015 at 5:40pm

    Coming soon to a university, shopping mall, or movie theater NEAR YOU!!!

    As for me…..I will be shooting my way out. Maybe I’ll survive, maybe not, at least my odds will be better when armed. But I will kill as many of those vermin as possible along the way.

  • [46] April 1, 2015 at 1:47pm

    We have the same kind of law here in Kommiecticut, nicknamed “the turn in your neighbor” law. All I have to do is call the police and claim my neighbor threatened me and VOILA!….law enforcement immediately shows up and removes all his weapons (meaning anything that is considered a weapon, not just firearms) and ammo. I don’t need any witness or recording or video, just my say so. He then gets to spend all his time and money trying to prove his innocence to get his stuff back. Meantime, I call the police again and say he’s really mad now, and swears he’s gonna kill me. Hoo boy…..he’ll never see the light of day again!

    Doesn’t the violation of due process and Constitutional Rights just make us all safer??

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  • [7] April 1, 2015 at 7:59am

    I tend to go with either panty-peeing hoplophobes, or the old classic panty waist sissies.

    No offense intended to the ladies that actually wear panties.

  • [3] March 31, 2015 at 10:29am

    We only have Ruby Throated Hummingbirds here in southern New England. In the summer at the height of their activity, they buzz me right in the face while I am trying to hang the feeder back up after refilling. I am used to it, but I could see how it could be unnerving to the inexperienced.

  • [22] March 31, 2015 at 10:25am

    I won’t even watch the commercials. When they come on it is time to go and pee.

    Big Bang Theory, on the other hand is hilarious. And while Kaley Couco is certainly cute, Melissa Rauch is smokin’ HOT!!!

    Wolowitz… lucky dog!

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  • [1] March 26, 2015 at 9:27pm

    Nah…..AF1 with the POS and his beard on board!

  • [4] March 25, 2015 at 5:57pm

    Not quite. We should have left the traitorous deserter to die at the hands of the enemy once he was found to be worthless, then shot the Gitmo Five they wanted back. The executions should have been recorded and posted to YouTube for the world to enjoy.

    This type of thinking is why I could never run for political office. The pussification of the nation couldn’t allow someone like me to even run, never mind get elected.

  • [9] March 25, 2015 at 2:20pm

    Plans and supplies are in place to turn my house and my neighbor’s into an armed compound. Unauthorized entry WILL be met with deadly force. Remains will be piled along the road like garbage for collection (or consumption by the carrion eaters).

    Of that fact, the EBT dependent obamabots and federales better take notice and stay out of the rural areas.

  • March 24, 2015 at 4:35pm

    I like some of Angelina’s roles, but can’t stand her personally. Too bad that apple fell so far from the tree (Jon Voight)

    Barren and boobless…….I’ll bet Jennifer’s lookin’ pretty doggone good now, huh Brad?

    Nah….just stay away. I have always told my wife I’d leave her for Jen (J/K). She just gets better and better!

  • [4] March 20, 2015 at 8:20am

    You know what this means……”CITIZENS, EMPTY YOUR WALLETS!!”

  • March 17, 2015 at 8:56am

    That purse is no worse than the “empty holster” protests that occasionally occur at institutes of higher learning. My daughter participated in several, borrowing one of my less expensive holsters in the off chance some LE with a hard-on decided to confiscate it.

    I’d love to see some minivan driving mommy stroll into an elementary school to pick up her little darlings carrying one.

  • [1] March 17, 2015 at 7:06am

    Quote DoOrDie: “Isn’t it time we just ignore these buffoons when they pass unconstitutional laws?”

    This is exactly what is going on behind enemy lines here in Kommiecticut (CT) and NY. Best estimates are 85% non-compliance to CT’s SB1160 and almost 90% to NY “Safe Act”, rendering the laws null and void. There has been zero effort to actually arrest and prosecute us Patriots, just a lot of bluster from goobermint officials. NY still has the county government system, and most of the sheriffs are on the side of the Patriots, and not enforcing those laws. They know that if they were to ever start kicking in doors to confiscate suspected unregistered firearms and magazines, it would be intolerable slaughter on both sides. There would also be Patriots from around the country coming to our aid. It would be Civil War II.

  • [4] March 5, 2015 at 3:17pm

    This articles just proves that if you like your brain, you may keep your brain. Unlike your health insurance plan or your doctor.

  • [17] March 4, 2015 at 10:47am

    Not cowards…..TRAITORS!!!

    And they should be dealt with as such.

  • March 3, 2015 at 7:10pm

    “Your personality demands a combination of precision and power that only the popular AR-15 semi-automatic rifle can deliver.

    You work hard and play hard, but you also take pride in being prepared for the worst possible scenario so that you are always ready to protect yourself and your family. You don’t put much — if any — stock into what your critics might say about you, because your principles guide you through what’s right and wrong.

    Metaphorically speaking, you know you might one day need 30 rounds to get the job done – even if it’s unlikely.”

    While I don’t presently own an AR, nor have immediate plans to get one, the description is dead on. I am the kind of person that I have been told, certain people find intimidating or over-powering. But that is their problem, I am a confident, no B.S. kind of guy and I am not afraid to make decisions small or large. An honest, straight shooter, I have very little patience for’s or incompetence, and if you really don’t want my opinion, you’d best not ask for it.

  • [2] February 28, 2015 at 12:08pm

    The order of events for me:

    1). Eliminate threat (Hint; I practice…..A LOT! Bad guy(s) will be dead.)
    2). Firearm specialist attorney always on speed dial is called.
    3). 911 is called
    4). Only administrative questions (name, address, phone number) are answered to LE.
    5). All other questions answered after Miranda warning and in presence of said attorney.

  • [33] February 27, 2015 at 5:57pm

    Yep….same with me. Last time I was down there was in 2012. I do not say I was there on vacation, I tell people, “I Lived in Texas for ten days.” I also tell them I am just a poor displaced Southern Boy, stuck here in Kommiecticut. BTW, I was born a Mass-Hole (Massachusetts).

    One of the things I love is Texas Pride. When someone is from Texas, you know it! Every house that has a flag pole or two ALWAYS flies the Texas flag, along with the U.S. flag and their favorite NASCAR driver or sports team. You know who flies a CT flag in their yard here….NO ONE!

    As soon as I can convince my wife to pack up and go….WE WILL!! And to my Texas brothers/sisters, don’t worry…I will NOT be bringing any liberal ideology with me to pollute that great state.

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