User Profile: Gazoiks

Gazoiks

Member Since: September 14, 2011

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  • June 19, 2013 at 8:39am

    Yeah, but all of us Blazers have read the story and now know about the game. So we will be unwitting enablers to this free(maybe?) advertizing for a game and a company most of us have never heard of, nor ever would have. News advertizing zt it’s best without the disclaimer.

  • June 16, 2013 at 6:40am

    It matters because like liberalism, homosexuality is a psychological disorder. A deviation from normality that causes disease and death, which is rampant throughout the homosexual community. It is an ideology that is contrary to the foundation of scouting, which I am sure you will not accept, was founded in Christian beliefs. A scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, thrifty, brave, “clean”, and “reverent”. Reverence has to do with your belief in God. It has always promoted “manhood”, which is contrary to the homosexual agenda, thus the reason the two of you hate it.

  • May 15, 2013 at 9:16am

    So JROOK, when exactly did they admit that they lied about Iraq? Don’t remember that one, because it didn’t happen. Any more facts that you want to just pull out of your a$$?

  • April 16, 2013 at 8:49am

    Fort Hood comes to mind as a first on American soil terrorist act, Times square as well…just saying

  • April 16, 2013 at 8:48am

    Obama’s team is carefully skirting the words terrorism and terrorist because he is more concerned with his image than he is with the truth. There is no doubt this was terrorism, no matter who perpetrated it. He and his admirers in the press are doing everything they can to make sure he doesn’t get pinned with being the president who allowed another terrorist attack on American soil since 9/11. That’s why he refused to allow Fort Hood to be labeled as such and is still fighting it in the courts, and that is why he will do the same here. It is all about him, screw the victims. He is a mentally ill, narcissistic man and a majority gave him the reigns a second time after this truth became apparent in the first 4 years. I fear that this is just the beginning here in the US. Appeasement always fails.

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  • February 1, 2013 at 9:57pm

    Just checked out your sight. It is very nice looking jewelry and compared to this person’s art, you all are the Rembrandt and these libs are the Joe Shmoes. Good ole American entrepreneurialism. Keep it up!

  • January 22, 2013 at 7:22am

    The real question is: “If a man speaks in the woods, and there is no woman to hear it, is he still wrong?”

  • January 12, 2013 at 11:55am

    michaelmoron
    Posted on January 11, 2013 at 11:08pm

    I used to be the biggest BECK fan. I touted him to everybody. There was a time I would have fought for the guy.

    Yet here you are, post after post after post on the website, on a news article by a guy you are no longer a fan of, and not only on this article but just about every other one here. So why are you here Mr Moron? If you hate a particular person or organization, why do you read just about all of its articles? I never go to Huffpost, because we are ideologically opposed. What would be the point? What is your point? Are you on a one man crusade to convince the rest of us who come here for news that we trust, that we are being mislead? Or do you just have no life and consider sitting here badmouthing Glenn and his followers that they aren’t as smart as you…fun? I don’t get it, nor do I get you…

  • November 30, 2012 at 11:06am

    grayling646 Your comment made my day. I like reading through the posts because once in a while you get a good chuckle from a funny comment in the middle of seriousness. You hit it today bud. Thanks for the chuckle.

  • October 30, 2012 at 8:37pm

    The biggest problem I find with this game is that the “hero” is a Muslem, and he is tasked with killing the evil Christians wherever he finds them. It is just another form of indoctrination of our youth that Christians are evil conspirators and the only hope is Islam to stop them. It really is that bad of a premise, and it is just another tool to indoctrinate with. If you don’t believe me, watch the trailer again and just before he plants his axe in the general’s chest he opens the shirt and what do you see?

  • October 17, 2012 at 9:30am

    JohnJamison, you made me chuckle pretty hard there. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and when that eye is well watered with alcohol, what we used to call skunk hunting ensues. I can remember plenty of tales of guys waking up and getting a look at their partner they picked up at the bar, and wondering how they could have lost all that beauty overnight. Lol. Thanks for the laugh.

  • October 14, 2012 at 12:11am

    Thank you for letting me know about this add on. I installed it and have it actively stopping all tracking. Just like that. Love my Firefox

  • October 1, 2012 at 2:05pm

    Jay, so glad you are back. I’ve been waiting patiently for your return as I knew it was inevitable, and I can’t wait to hear you exposing those Ja-whore-nalists again with your irreverent commentary. You are sadly missed here in the uber-liberal state of Massachusetts. I will be telling all of my friends where to find you now. Welcome back to the airwaves.

    In reply to the contribution Truth Buffet Now Being Served

  • September 26, 2012 at 7:31am

    Very funny article Blaze. You guys crack me up. I was glad to see that you didn’t forget the king of bacon…Harvey and his internet antics with it. Extreme baconism is to be celebrated. It is about as American as apple pie. Thanks for a good laugh this morning.

  • September 21, 2012 at 7:43am

    The grass was pretty tall, if you look the shoes are half covered by it. The thing that is strange is that when he releases the object, first it looks as though its trajectory is going to land in front of the fence, but then his arm continues and the object reappears and passes over the fence. I think the poster Photoshopped in the first object to make sense of the location of the explosion, not realizing it happened just past the fence and blew through into the field. It was pretty loud because they all ducked, and ran as if on cue after the explosion, I think the poster added confusion by showing a false object.

  • September 3, 2012 at 9:40am

    Yes RDawkins, many faiths look at each other and deny the others authenticity. As another poster posited earlier, when you read the old testament of the bible, it looks overly harsh and the motives of God can be easily impugned by the individual readings of a few verses here and there, but when it is read as a whole story, and in context as one story, the fall of mankind and the plan of redemption, things are not so cut and dried. All of the old testament is mankind’s attempt at living Godly, without a Savior, and failing miserably. All of the New Testament is about transformation of the heart as mankind meets and accepts its savior and begins to live the empowered life that God intended all along. The paradigm has shifted where true leadership is through service to others, and loving your enemy is the new norm. Have men twisted these scriptures to harm others? Absolutely, but that doesn’t negate the fact that those who follow them properly are being transformed by them, and changing the world for the better. You can call it a fairy tale all you would like, you don’t mock us as Christians, you only mock God. There is more archeological evidence backing up the Christian/Jewish bible than there is for any other religion. I too once mocked God, and I challenged Him to prove himself to me. He did, and my life has forever been changed. Maybe if you spend less time mocking, and put the same amount of effort into seeking, He will prove himself to you as well.

  • August 23, 2012 at 9:05am

    Nah, if he were a democrat, he would have told the burglar that LL CoolJay lives next door, and helped him break into his neighbors house to re-distribute the wealth. Just like all democrats do…legally.

  • August 9, 2012 at 10:09am

    Well said “PC”

  • August 9, 2012 at 10:08am

    For me the solution to the problem is simple but controversial. Infinity can neither be proven, nor disproven. Sounds like the perfect description of God. When Moses asked Him who he was, His simple reply was, “I am that I am”. In other words, I have always been, and I will always be. I am infinity. The God of Israel has made the claim of eternally existing, with no beginning and no end. Those of us of this finite world, who have never experienced eternity, cannot comprehend such a claim. Therefor we dismiss it, and Him because the concept is too beyond our comprehension.
    Mathematicians operate in a basis of faith, as do scientists who will not believe in God, but believe that they can prove our existence without any solid proof. I would rather believe and have faith in God, and that He infinitely is concerned in our affairs, than in men who cannot fathom the possibility of a creator. All of man’s “theories” are taken as fact, while the facts of our God are disregarded. All He asks of us is to love Him as infinitely as He loves us. Simple. Jesus promises us that there will be a day that we will know, even as we are known. All of life’s mysteries, whether science, mathematics, or just the important matters of the heart will be known, and all answers will be answered. Soon.

  • July 20, 2012 at 7:54am

    Toltepeceno,
    That was funny tolt, I had a good hearty chuckle over that one.