User Profile: GeoInSD

GeoInSD

Member Since: January 29, 2011

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  • August 20, 2014 at 9:57am

    The man flatters himself. The idea isn’t so brilliant and novel that no one else would have thought of it.

  • [7] August 20, 2014 at 9:56am

    And the media makes it sound like 30 is a long way. If your potential attacker is just standing 30 feet away, then sure that is no threat. But if he is charging you, it will take hardly any time at all to close 30 feet. The mainstream media are dishonest and deliberately trying to mislead people to form a particular opinion.

  • [1] August 20, 2014 at 9:43am

    You might be on to a good business idea.

  • August 6, 2014 at 2:10am

    I am not a wealthy man but I do want my 401k to perform the best possible. If companies I own stock in are voluntarily making less money than they can by feeding a voracious Democrat tax and spend government, I am not happy. The Dems and Progressive Repubs will never be satisfied with the tax money that is collected. Even if they collect 100% of what we make, they still won’t be satisfied. I guarantee you. They will spend spend spend whatever they can get their hands on and run up the credit card to the limit. “Economic patriotism”, especially mandated economic patriotism (that really rings of fascism in my ears) is a load of horse manure.

  • August 6, 2014 at 1:26am

    I looked up the S&W 929. It really is a 9mm. I thought it was a misprint when the article said it is a 9mm since that is odd for a revolver and Mr Miculek is known for using a 357 mag revolver. But it really is 9mm. That has got to be a huge drop at 1000 yards.

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  • [-2] August 6, 2014 at 12:50am

    At first I thought the article saying it is a 9mm revolver is a mistake. For one, 9mm in a revolver is pretty strange. 2, I know Mr. Miculek likes to shoot 357 magnum, which is similar in diameter. That shot with a 357 is hard enough, but a weak 9mm?

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  • August 1, 2014 at 10:46am

    My father is from a small town where every home is armed. But more as a tool than for self defense. There hasn’t been a murder or home invasion in that town anyone’s memory. The town is one of those where people literally don’t bother locking their doors.

    My grandparents had a shotgun and a rifle always in a corner in the dining room. But not for self defense, they were tools for taking care of varmints. However, my aunt told me the shotgun had been used defensively by my great grandmother to ward off unruly drunks.

  • August 1, 2014 at 10:37am

    The range officers at the range I frequent have told me that. I have also seen that first hand. I am 52 and had first shot when I was 12. My daughter out shot me her 2nd time out 3 years ago (she was 13 at the time). She also kicked my butt the first time we both participated in a smallbore silhouette contest. But I have since improved and I now outshoot her in the silhouette contest by a little bit. She is petite and gets fatigued from the offhand shooting.

  • [71] August 1, 2014 at 12:08am

    Representative Gowdy is a former prosecutor. The man knows what he is doing.

  • [48] July 26, 2014 at 2:24pm

    I isn’t simply a matter of mutual consent between the employer and the employee. There is also the matter of productivity. So Mary Poppins says just $3 more an hour is great. But if that job is not producing at least $3 more per hour of the employee’s current costs, raising the minimum wage by $3/hour will result in that person being out of a job. A job must increase the bottom line, not be a drain to the bottom line. Jobs do not exist for the purpose of redistributing wealth. Jobs are created for the purpose of creating wealth. That is good for both the employee and the employer. Why should an employer create a job that is a drain on his/her finances? A job that reduces wealth = no more job for any sustainably run business.

    Lefties make pretty arguments but they don’t hold up to reality.

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  • [13] July 25, 2014 at 2:13pm

    The establishment Republicans seem like they would rather have a quite Leftist Dem win than a TEA party candidate. Witness some Republican politicians in Virginia (McAuliffe over Cucinelli), Georgia, and Alaska (backed a Dem in Hawaii) backing the Dem.

    I find it really disgusting. It is expected to be attacked by one’s opposition, but to be betrayed by one’s own people in favor of someone farther from the publicly stated goals? (Note that I said stated goals. I don’t believe the goals of establishment Republicans are what they state publicly.)

  • July 25, 2014 at 10:27am

    While the majority of Muslims do not support terrorism, it isn’t fringe in their community to support terrorism. It is estimated about 25% do. That is way high. It only took 19 men to execute the 9/11 attacks. The Palestinians voted Hamas into power – an organization whose charter seeks to eliminate all Jews, not just Israel.

    Who is going to scream not to use their neighborhood as a rocket launching pad? Palestinians are terrorized by their own people. Those who don’t support Hamas are terrorized into silence.

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  • [9] July 25, 2014 at 10:15am

    That one accurate projectile ain’t cheap.

  • July 24, 2014 at 3:22pm

    SOME Jews, not “the” Jews, were directly responsible. Those Jews died long ago. A person is responsible for one’s actions, not what one’s ancestors did thousands of year ago. Besides, Jesus was a Jew.

    Several years ago, my mother-in-law said something anti-Semitic, I don’t remember what exactly. I challenged her on it and asked her why she feels that way. She said that is what the priest taught in the Catholic orphanage she grew up in. Then I told her about individual responsibility and the fact that Jesus was a Jew. She replied, “Oh” and was dumbfounded. (I am not suggesting that all Catholic priests are this way, but that one was at least. But it does illustrate the power a teacher can have over some people’s minds.)

  • [4] July 20, 2014 at 3:22pm

    Entertaining, yes. But it isn’t like Pelosi is an intellectual giant. I think it is natural that she is confounded by a high school student.

    I really do not understand how she is continually reelected to the House.

  • [2] July 17, 2014 at 1:33am

    Besides the 47% and Obama drones, who is fooled into thinking these mosquito bite sanctions will actually be effective? It’s all for show folks with the added benefit (in the eyes of the Left) of doing some gun grabbing.

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  • [2] July 11, 2014 at 10:36am

    Now let’s see if this Dickinson is an aberration or mainstream of the Democrat Party. Let’s see if there is silence or distance by the Democrat Party. I am guessing mainstream.

    If is often hard to tell the difference between Democrats and establishment Republicans, but one difference is moral deviants are not tolerated by Republicans generally. With Democrats, all sick behavior is cool and long as the person is a Leftist.

  • [1] July 9, 2014 at 12:54am

    Keep it coming. The Left keeps showing how intolerant they are and how undeserving they are of the label “liberal”.

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  • July 9, 2014 at 12:43am

    I did. I can walk and chew gum at the same time.

  • July 9, 2014 at 12:35am

    Good for Air New Zealand. I think they made their flights more entertained and more safe because people will actually watch the presentation.

    People have the right to complain. If there are enough people offended, ANZ will probably respond. But if there aren’t enough, well sometimes people have to suck it up. I certainly see things I don’t agree with everyday but that is the price for living in the world.

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