User Profile: Gertiek

Gertiek

Member Since: July 20, 2011

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  • [21] April 23, 2015 at 9:54am

    People who use God to further their own greediness make me sick. What a bunch of suckers his congregation is. They are cheering him on because it allows them to justify believing that other people paying for what they want/get is perfectly ok.

  • [5] April 19, 2015 at 8:44pm

    Why is it so hard for that do be understood? If you just view everything he does from the point of view that he is in bed with radical islam – it makes sense. He never had anything else on his agenda. He is such an evil man, and to me it has been obvious from day one. I get so frustrated with all the analyzing and hemming and hawing about why he does this, or what he was thinking when he did that. Good GRIEF. How much more obvious can he get? All that is left is for him to “hand them the key to the city”, and tell them, “here ya go, boys, she’s all yours”. So far, everything he has done has clearly been for their benefit. He isn’t incompetent – he isn’t dumb. He is exactly on target with his plan. The helpless feeling is just so overwhelming.

  • [76] April 18, 2015 at 5:40pm

    @Pattyhenry – it is really strange that you would say you are against drugs of any kind. When cannabis oil is truly used medicinally, why is it any different than so many other drugs people use – that are mainstream – for their illnesses? I believe God gave us everything we need for our healing and the only reason medical marijuana has been deemed dangerous is because the govt. can use that classification to make money and to control people – as in above. I just don’t understand how cannabis oil is viewed as such a terrible thing. I was reading comments the other day in a different post by people who had been given drugs to help with drug problems and had been damaged severely. There are so many possible uses for cannabis oil, and it is sad that people who would truly benefit are being either deprived, or live in fear because they have been turned into criminals. Our medical system today is hurting people, while “alternative” treatments have been vilified as though they are just silly. How about we allow people who truly need help, who have been unable to find help through allopathic medicine, use whatever works for them!

  • [4] April 17, 2015 at 8:35pm

    I LOVE those domed popper things with the little balls in it that jump around and make a loud popping noise.

  • [21] April 17, 2015 at 8:32pm

    Our kids were not even allowed inside if it was not raining, freezing, or there was not blood involved. Meals were outside on a picnic table and water came out of a hose. Half the time when I looked out at them one of ‘em was naked. They had a tire swing and a creek and later, a really cool swing (which we still have and the grand kids love) made out of a drag shoot from some kind of air craft. It’s like this huge basket we cut a hole in on the side, ran some PVC around the top, and tied the top straps to a tree branch. The tree is n the side of a hill so when you swing – it looks like you are really high where the ground slopes down. It swings great, and really will spin FAST when you twist it up high. A lot of kids have thrown up in it – but then again, the hose is nearby. If one of them happened to come inside, the first question we asked them was, “what are you doing inside?” If, at some point, someone (usually a visiting kid) made the mistake of saying something about being bored – our kids would be shushing them….they knew I could always find work for them to do if bored. We had no TV for a long time, and when we did get one – we got two fuzzy channels. Not worth the effort. When talking about those days today, our kids memories are good ones – and they actually say that they had no idea we were as poor as we were. They are creative, and independent, and raising our grand-kids in similar fashion. :)

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  • [50] April 16, 2015 at 9:13am

    Boy, Howdy, you are on target with that one. We have some “friends” who moved to our area of the south from New York, and I really wish they would go back. They are liberal nuts who think Oblabla hung the moon, and whites are all racists. They left because of the taxes, the crime, etc., yet they are very pro gun-control. They really do not see the connection of their laws to their problems. The are SO excited about Kankles running. Go figure. Now they think we are the ones who need to change our views. It has literally caused me to avoid social situations because they irritate the crap out of me. I tend to be kind of, ahem, “wordy” – and would probably end up starting a ruckus every time we clash. If I thought it would help, it would be one thing, but they apparently think southerners are dumb. My husband does a much better job because he is not as wordy as me. I just want to dot their eyes.

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  • [618] April 15, 2015 at 8:27pm

    I am sure those who made awful and vile comments about her are also the same ones who have no problems with aborting a baby at any point during pregnancy. Talk about vile.

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  • [5] April 14, 2015 at 7:37pm

    OMG! I am astounded at the unbelievable ridiculous mind-set that judge has. A child is the VICTIM of a crime perpetuated by BLACK MEN – it scares her BADLY – and then he is offended because now she is afraid of black skin? Holy cow! I am so stinking sick of this crap it has turned me into someone I really have never wanted to be. I am at a loss as to how to stop being angry. I am becoming a racist, and I can’t seem to make it stop. In my heart, deep down, I really don’t care what color your skin is – but their attitude has got to go. Get over yourself already. Blame the 3 year old and her parents for the fear from being victimized? Lordy lordy….. that judge needs to get on down the road away from the bench.

  • [32] April 11, 2015 at 5:24pm

    That is the absolute TRUTH. I guess the woman was just exercising her “white privilege”.

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  • [8] April 11, 2015 at 4:40pm

    Apparently, she had been there for a while. He mentions that he had noticed her earlier, and then she admits another officer had already stopped earlier to check on her. That is PARKED. That woman was some piece of stupid and just plain old rude. I swear, it has gotten to the point where you can’t swing a dead cat without hitting an idiot.

  • [10] April 8, 2015 at 2:34pm

    Exactly. They are doing the right thing by arresting/charging him. The thing that gets me is, even when they do exactly what they should – it isn’t enough. Still gotta get all mouthy – screaming stuff about what has been proven to be a false narrative. It just tells me that Scrooples is probably right. But if all officers were black, where would they go then? If the officer shooting the guy had been black – would they be as pi$$ed off? One case at a time – deal with each fairly and appropriately. This whole thing is a big hot mess.

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  • [13] April 8, 2015 at 8:54am

    The same thing crossed my mind. I know that the ONLY way to wake the obamanites up is to have something awful happen – but knowing that there will be so many lives taken is terrible to think about. It really is too bad that they have been so dedicated to such a disgusting man for so long. SO much of this could have been avoided had there been some reality involved in their thought processes.

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  • April 7, 2015 at 4:36pm

    They are driving on their side of the road (the left), and the car came spinning out of the lanes going the other direction (which would also be on the left)….. That grass stuff in the middle is part of the median or divider between the four lanes.

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  • [85] April 7, 2015 at 2:01pm

    Totally understand and agree. I was abducted at gun point, beaten, raped, and tossed our of a moving car. Went to the police (this was 1971), and was essentially dismissed and told I had “asked for it”…. because I was walking down the side of the road late at night, with my upper body showing too much skin. NOW, the fact that my car had broken down on my way home from work – my shift ended at 10:00, and he had literally ripped most of my clothes to shreds…. – apparently means you are asking to be raped. At that time I was 5’2″, and weighed about 100 lbs dripping wet. After the humiliation of asking for help – I did what any other smart woman would do. I got a gun and learned how to protect myself. And then used it.

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  • [18] April 2, 2015 at 3:56pm

    I get really upset when people spend that kind of money of big churches that cost millions, on paying people big money to convince people to send them money, etc. I just think there are better ways to use money for God.

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  • [3] March 31, 2015 at 9:49am

    My daughter came very close to death after the same vaccine – horrible seizures, uncontrollable fever. Absolutely terrifying. Doctor himself told us to never allow another one for her – that if she responded this severely to the first vaccination, the 2nd would definitely kill her.

  • [3] March 30, 2015 at 7:24pm

    My parents were missionaries in Indonesia from 1955 til the late 80s. It was a very difficult country to work in. And regardless, God commanded us to “Go ye therefore and preach the gospel to all men”. he didn’t Give us that command because people automatically know about Jesus. In a nation as steeped in Islam and Hinduism and Buddhism as Indonesia is – my parents found that the best way to share Christ’s love was just to love them. We lived as the nationals did – and ate with them, and worked with them. As kids we played with them. Most often, my parents were asked about why they were there, and they took the chance, and shared. Very often people asked them about what it was in their lives that gave them such joy – because their faith was often one of fear or hopelessness. Christ brought us hope and joy in a life after death. This was how my parents led people to the living Christ. Condemnation only causes people to turn away. Gentle love, a life lived in accordance with God’s word, shows a better way…. the only way.

  • [183] March 27, 2015 at 8:32pm

    We can always dream, but we all know it ain’t gonna happen. Too many people who threatened the Clintons are pushing up daisies.

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  • [1] March 27, 2015 at 8:43am

    No, intent is not necessary for murder. I know a man who is doing life for a MVA that killed an 11 year old boy. The man had been 18 for 2 months when it happened and had been drinking. He has been in prison 15 years. He was charged with murder.

  • [2] March 24, 2015 at 10:21pm

    We used to live in a teeny tiny town, and the one cop they had (looked, acted like Barney Fife) who was a……wellllll…. was a tippler. We were coming home fairly late one night, and he was sitting in his patrol car, under the one and only traffic light we had (a blinking red one – not one that changes color) – passed out cold. Mouth hanging open and drooling. It was crazy. My husband pounded on the window, and eventually woke him up. He shook his head, rubbed his face, threw up his hand in thanks – and drove off.

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