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galicant wiseword

Member Since: August 09, 2012


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  • [2] October 22, 2014 at 7:35am

    Given the price of a gallon of gas I would rather get my very own “Mr. Fusion” right now.

  • [61] October 22, 2014 at 6:56am

    Several years ago I contacted every WWII vet in my church and community asking them a series of questions as part of my thesis work. I was able to interview a few dozen men in person. The interviews always went the same way. I was offered a drink, courtesy’s were exchanged. The men would sit with me at their tables or in their living rooms. They would start telling me about how and when they joined the service. Thirty minutes into every interview I was a kid, no more notes taken; pencil unmoved from paper after jotting down something like “12 hours in the ocean alone” or “unexploded shell between legs”. The perils and successes of my own service forgotten in light of what they experienced and accomplished. One warrior told me of the time he spent in the cold waters of the Atlantic. He was so near death by the time he was rescued he couldn’t move for two days and couldn’t speak for four. He didn’t come home. He didn’t quit. He got on the next boat and went back to work. No complaints to this day. I encourage everyone to spend a few hours with these men before they are all gone. They are a wealth of knowledge and a hailing to a generation unlike any other.

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  • October 22, 2014 at 1:56am

    You may already have one. We should ask Michael Hastings about that.

  • [2] October 21, 2014 at 8:44am

    Sheesh, What a dingbat. Doesn’t she know that we need the “War on Drugs” to keep legitimizing our militarized police and to keep our prisons full?

  • [1] October 21, 2014 at 6:23am

    “We believe that the public should be held accountable for filing false reports against police officers. These incidents can be very damaging to an officer’s career, so we hope that this individual and others face appropriate consequences for their malicious actions.”

    “WE believe that the police should be held accountable for filing false reports against the public. These incidents can be very damaging to our careers, so we hope that police officers face appropriate consequences for their malicious actions.”

    If your city insists on having a police force, insist that they are held to the same standard as you.

  • [1] October 18, 2014 at 4:34am

    Perhaps he kept a receipt on his clipboard.

  • [3] October 18, 2014 at 3:20am

    Just wanted to take a moment and give you props on the name and picture – very well done good sir.

  • [2] October 16, 2014 at 9:02pm

    I’m thinking more along the lines of “Wag the Dog” spliced with scenes from “Outbreak”.

  • [20] October 16, 2014 at 5:23am

    If so than it is only “the beginning of sorrows”. Perhaps we are being lied to so you would wonder just that instead of paying attention to something else. Either way it’s a good reason to refresh ourselves in prayer and study. 1 Peter 4:7

  • [7] October 15, 2014 at 3:05pm

    She should have known better. If she told one person before flying back that she was not feeling well I would say that she should be charged with attempted manslaughter (220 million counts). I would also like to know why the people we’ve trusted with the responsibility of stopping Ebola “in it’s tracks” let her get on the plane in the first place.

  • October 15, 2014 at 2:56pm

    That sounds very logical and reasonable. Those are suggestions that someone actually trying to do the right thing would make. Clearly we can’t expect the “experts” to follow any of that advice.

    I imagine at some point lots of sheeple will not be able to get doughnuts from Walmart or watch their soaps. They will finally see whats going on and be scared and angry and hungry (and sick). They will want to round up and execute the people in power when they finally see through the lies.

    Fortunately FEMA has been preparing for this for years. They’ve got fancy coffins and camps and a shiny new executive order that authorizes the fed to round up and indefinitely detain anybody with a “respiratory illness”.

  • [10] October 15, 2014 at 2:45pm

    I think it’s safe at this point to rule out incompetence. At this point we have to assume nationwide contamination within weeks. I would advise prayerful preparation in the days and weeks to come.

  • [2] October 15, 2014 at 2:35pm

    Cav –

    Wouldn’t that be a wonderful thing! I’m afraid at least part of it is true. Obama will reveal his true self. The devilish grin behind the mask won’t be Kelso. It/he may scream “BURN!” but I’m afraid in a far less hilarious and harmless context.

  • [7] October 15, 2014 at 2:28pm

    “Some have already called for travel bans from countries in West Africa severely impacted by the historic Ebola outbreak, but most health officials have dismissed this idea”

    They know so much better. They would hate to cause a panic. They are saving that for the first week in November when hundreds are infected.

    The first, and most obvious action, should be stopping all incoming flights from the most infected area’s. Unfortunately we should probably include Texas on that list.

  • [24] October 15, 2014 at 6:55am

    Once it gets to the schools you might as well pack your things and head out. Maybe I’m being to much of a “fear-monger” At least all those kids have responsible, law abiding parents who will take responsible steps to ensure not only the safety of their children but of their communities. I mean it’s not like there are tens of thousands of illegal immigrant children in the public school system. Right?………..right?

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  • [44] October 15, 2014 at 5:17am

    second healthcare worker just confirmed to be infected. Is it time to pull the kids out of school yet?

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  • [1] October 13, 2014 at 1:32pm

    I don’t trust him either. Is it asking too much to have our nominee’s be natural born citizens of this country? I think a Hispanic nominee is a great idea, just not this one.

  • [215] October 11, 2014 at 9:56am

    This house reminds me of my country. We’ve found a problem with the foundation. We have the choice to take the easy road, the quick sell to the next generation without fixing anything. What we need to do is not easy, and will undoubtedly cost us dearly. Will this generation put in the blood, sweat and tears to make things right?

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  • October 9, 2014 at 2:22am

    I’m willing to bet a month’s worth of minimum wage that about a year and a half ago several inner circle folk were called together to calculate this magical $10.10 figure. Their mission? To determine what the national minimum wage increase would have to be to create a massive (negative) economic event. I’m guessing they came up with around $9.00/hr. The admin added a dollar to adjust for negotiations and it became the go to number for the puppets like the 0.

  • [14] October 8, 2014 at 8:58am

    Lots of people are going to “lose” their healthcare insurance in January. I will be dropping mine as the high premiums have prevented me from having enough money to pay co-pay’s and deductibles, thus making a trip to my doctor (which has to be scheduled 3 months in advance) unaffordable. Almost everyone I work with (healthcare workers) will be doing the same. The same “affordable” healthcare fiasco that is destroying the healthcare system shut down small local not-for-profit hospitals and forced others (like mine) to merge with corporate monsters just to stay alive. It has forced long-working fantastic doctors out of hospitals and even healthcare altogether. Those doctors are replaced by foreign exchange doctors with last names nobody can pronounce that are willing to work for room and board. It has kept me in fear for my job for the past 3 years and likely been directly responsible for the deaths of at least thousands of Americans so far.

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