User Profile: Gertiek


Member Since: July 20, 2011


  • [18] October 22, 2014 at 9:58pm

    You will be waiting till doom’s day if you think the general muslim population will do or say anything to condemn this terrorism. They know their bud in the whitehouse will continue to pave the way for more and worse that is yet to come. This is the fundamental change he promised us.

  • [6] October 21, 2014 at 6:56pm

    OMG – the guy is pro-gun. He was OBVIOUSLY being sarcastic. Get a grip and turn on your brain.

  • [20] October 21, 2014 at 6:40pm

    From Day-1. They are clearly at the core of so many things right now – after all, one of their main dudes lives in the white house.

  • [44] October 20, 2014 at 2:45pm

    That’s exactly what I was wondering. SO, what happened to all the votes he stuffed in the box? What happened to him. Are they even investigating? Does anyone even care?

  • [70] October 17, 2014 at 2:47pm

    Quite frankly, I would be terrified to go home if I had done something like that. My parents would have torn my beeeehind up….regardless of how old I was, and added all kinds of other punishments. However, acting that way was never part of my thought process. It would never occur to me to not act with courtesy to a teacher. Of course, I was in school when schools actually taught real subjects. My mama always told us: “you may not always get great grades in everything, but you better not EVER bring home bad marks for behavior. THAT does not require smarts.”

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  • [12] October 17, 2014 at 2:43pm

    I was actually wondering the same thing.

  • October 16, 2014 at 1:08pm

    It is actually not as uncommon as you would think. At 6 months she would be around 24 weeks. At 20 weeks the baby appears from behind the pubic bone, and between 20 and 24 weeks rises to the height of the umbilicus. I do imagine she was overweight, but you don’t have to be HUGE to have this happen. Also, some babies are just very quiet. I have had 4, and none of mine were the quiet type, but as a midwife of 33 years, I have had many women talk about the differences between their babies before birth. Also, even though I have had a hysterectomy, there are times when I feel peristaltic movement that feels a lot like early movements of a baby, so…… I imagine there was also a lot of explaining away what she was feeling, and denial. Regardless, glad everyone is healthy.

  • [11] October 14, 2014 at 11:31am

    I was raised in Indonesia, and have spoken with many. After the coup, in the early 60s, our “peaceful muslim friends” turned on the “infedels” like a pack of wolves. They have a pack mentality-and all it takes is one to start the process. Had my brother and I not been shipped off and my parents hidden by some fellow Christians – we would have been murdered. My parents tried for 15 years to build a hospital in an area that did not even have a doctor-but never even got past buying the property. The town took their money but never followed through. In their eyes, to lie was just fine. A disgusting “religion” that promotes evil.

  • [70] October 12, 2014 at 12:42pm

    This whole mess is just getting started. In with the fear is the extreme anger directed against a man and his family attempting to use his insanely selfish act to extort money from the people who did their best. Never mind that he lied. Never mind that he had a huge amount of resources and man power directed towards his care. Never mind that his selfishness will probably take more lives. Never mind that he (and they) haven’t been asked for a penny. The amount of frustration I feel is beyond words, and the anger is even more intense. Our liar in chief is close to completing his mission – because this whole mess won’t need directing or pushing before long. It will take on a life of its own and it will be unstoppable.

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  • [1] October 11, 2014 at 8:11pm

    “middle” of no where

  • [10] October 11, 2014 at 8:11pm

    Oh man, thank God I live in the mile of no where in a no name town in Alabama. It just makes my stomach heave. What a disgusting bunch of ….. what do you call them? Not humans…..

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  • [6] October 11, 2014 at 8:05pm

    That is EXACTLY what needs to happen. If they don’t see the need for LE in their neighborhood, then give them what they want. Once there are no police, the media would probably split, and they would only have themselves for an audience. At that point, whoever is paying these idiots to destroy their own homes and neighborhood will realize that no one is watching or cares, and once they pull the cash prizes out – everyone will go home. It is just mind boggling at how these people’s brains function.

  • [11] October 10, 2014 at 3:32pm

    I dispatched for a small town PD for years. Had to leave because I couldn’t stomach the corruption any longer. No one paid attention to me when I tried to bring it to the attention of those MUCH higher up in the county/state. My whole family was harassed a lot for years later. We had lived there since 1984, so everyone knew our cars, where we lived, etc. FINALLY, one of the worst of the bunch over-stepped his bounds too far to keep hidden, and the whole department collapsed. The only ones left were the very few honest cops. It was a mess. They took drugs into busts just in case they didn’t find things, altered reports, stole money/jewelry, etc. Targeted people if they had a car they wanted to “confiscate”. Women/girls were followed and propositioned – even minors. They used city supplies and equipment to pave driveways, add rooms to their homes, etc. They used inmates on loan from the county as the labor for those projects. They had a strangle hold on the community. The chief “retired” 4 years early. The head detective almost killed himself, and has since disappeared into parts unknown. Man, it literally made my physically ill. Life is so much better now – and amazingly, the crime rate has gone down!

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  • [30] October 9, 2014 at 3:35pm

    Sometimes it boggles the mind when stuff like this happens – and you can tell the have a deer in the head lights look of surprise. Egad! You are right – Tired – I bet they are more concerned about how dumb they look than anything else. The diseases that are coming across the border are not limited to ebola and that virus affecting so many school kids. This whole mess will clearly get much worse before it gets better. When is someone going to say it – that this whole thing has been carefully timed and crafted for greatest effect?

  • [1] October 4, 2014 at 10:38am

    It’s GREAT to be an Auburn Tiger!

  • October 4, 2014 at 10:37am

    Considering how they got their data – it says little other than some football fans pay more attention to facebook stuff than others. Blah…….. Auburn/Alabama dominates that region for sure… and WAR EAGLE!

  • [4] October 3, 2014 at 6:27pm

    I have had the same thought….and also what mustang-2537 expressed. probably a little of both. He doesn’t represent a man who inspires loyalty, and they are disgusted with all his crap. He possesses none of the qualities that represents a good leader…. not just one or two – NONE! Like old Alfred E Newman – Why? Me worry?

  • October 1, 2014 at 4:23pm

    The secret service is merely reflecting oblamer’s attitude – party on dude! His whole administration reflects the same mentality. Besides, why should they be willing to take a bullet for someone who clearly has little respect for the people who put themselves in harm’s way.

  • [33] September 26, 2014 at 8:34am

    we had 4 kids – 3 girls – and when they started dating they boys was required to come in, sit down, and have a conversation with us. My husband had a routine that embarrassed the girls – but they loved as well. He would walk up to the guy, put his arm around him and say, “See that girl right there? That’s my baby. That’s my heart. I love her beyond belief. Just understand, that if you ever do anything to her to hurt her, make her cry, or defile her, there is no where you can hide from me. Now…… what time did we agree you would have her home?” The boy would give out the proper time, and it was never a problem. Oh, and the shot gun was always sitting out in plain sight.

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  • [3] September 17, 2014 at 8:33am

    This is one of the reasons it is so important that your children learn to mind what you say. My first child got her first REAL spanking (I think she was about 2 1/2) when she ran across the street to greet our neighbor – even after being told repeatedly not to go into the street without holding our hand. I PROMISE she never did that again. Minding is about respect, but there is a bigger picture. The story lady is about being negligent. To much alcohol and child care just don’t mix real well.