User Profile: GrandpaOf4

GrandpaOf4

Member Since: January 16, 2011

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  • [4] July 26, 2015 at 6:41pm

    Dear David, Blaze readers don’t give a crap about snoop doggie style or whatever he is. Drop the MSM entertainment feed. We just don’t care.

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  • [2] July 26, 2015 at 6:39pm

    Really? Donald – Issues. Stick to issues. Ya got plenty of ammo if you just stick to issues. Give ‘em fits but just on the issues. Ya got a ton of mileage from pointing out the hypocrisy on illegal immigration. Good. Stick to the issues. Where are they failing? Lots of crap in that pile.

  • July 26, 2015 at 5:50pm

    Just go ahead and make up the details in case you don’t happen to have them.

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  • July 26, 2015 at 5:13pm

    View the dash cam video – That cop was REALLY out of line. If this is what Waller County TX is like I suggest avoiding that place.

  • July 26, 2015 at 5:05pm

    Good comment other than the info wars style rant. Still a good point. This woman hung in a jail cell is a serious story but dressing in the fat a$$ boob chick background renders it rather pointless.
    I doubt the cops killed but but really the question I have is what the hell was ANY person, regardless of their “attitude” doing in freakin’ jail for a minor traffic violation? Come on. What is that about? I really don’t care if she dropped her pants and told to cop to kiss her a$$ it is just incredible to me that a person could be locked up for not using her signal light and being snotty to the cop. I get it that the situation escalated after she got the ticket but really that seems to me to be the officer’s fault. Defuse the situation and walk away. I don’t see where this “lady” (okay that is a stretch) did anything beside just being a douche-bag. Really having a crappy attitude towards a law officer is not a crime. So WHY was she in jail for three days? THREE DAYS! Wholly cow that is crazy. Remind me not to drive through that town. Waller County TX looks like a really good place to avoid. This cop needs to be fired and charged with abuse and unlawful death. Sick. Seriously sick.

  • July 26, 2015 at 4:39pm

    Jason, Jason, Jason. Please stop it. You do great work but putting up a kardashian story? Come on. You can surely find something meaningful and relevant to write about. Hasn’t anyone told you the best way to deal with these deadbeat mindless boob bouncers is to just ignore them? Please. Most of us come to the Blaze to get away from the stupidity of the MSM. Don’t encourage these morons by doing articles on them.

  • [1] July 26, 2015 at 4:03pm

    We already have “no knife zones”. Airport gate areas, court buildings, some work places. Already done.

  • [7] July 26, 2015 at 3:57pm

    Ya know what? Hang the SOB if he is guilty of anything. Except ya’all know most everyone here is in favor of justifiable, even lethal violence in the case of self-defense. So – better review the whole story before jumping to any conclusions. Problem is, according to the local news reporting, there is some room for some questioning here. I can’t even imagine ever agreeing with zap on ANY topic but he has a pretty good point here. The “heroes” went after the kid in the truck. The kid charged apparently TRIED to exit the scene of an accident. I’ll bet there is even more to that part of the story. Also it seems to me like there is more than enough criminal behavior to go around here. Why the heck would anyone purchase alcohol from a bootlegger? Just really a lot of “not exactly outstanding” citizens out looking for trouble and apparently found it. Look I am all about praising and going the extra mile for our vets regardless of where they served but even more for our foreign war vets. Damn we owe them. But something about this story stinks. I’m not excusing the kid with the knife but there looks to me more going on here than just ONE thug committing a crime.

  • [39] July 12, 2015 at 9:56am

    “it’s this ignorant mindset that is holding back the republican party”. Really? over 90% of blacks and other urbanite pull the level for the party of slavery every election. 90% democrat. What is holding back SOME republicans is they don’t promise crappy, ebt cards, crappy federal housing, crappy cities, crappy obamaphones, etc. The cultural difference is simple. It has nothing to do with race it has everything to do with being the party of “free stuff” and promising to take someone else’s money and give it to you. The new plantation. Dependent and ignorant.

  • [2] June 26, 2015 at 3:22am

    Really? English is a second language in Canada? Scalia is an activist because he can read plain and clear English language? Seems to me the activists are on the other side of this decision. The guy who essentially WROTE the language has explained that the intent of using the term “the state” in this passage was to FORCE “the states” (no general government implication there) to adopt exchanges so that their residents would be assured of federal subsidies. It is pretty obvious what Gruber intended with the language. The court has failed reading comprehension 101. Scalia appears to be in the minority operating as a judge instead of an activist.

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  • [1] June 26, 2015 at 2:51am

    Except that the guy who essentially WROTE the language has explained that the intent of using the term “the state” in this passage was to FORCE “the states” (no general government implication there) to adopt exchanges so that their residents would be assured of federal subsidies. It is pretty obvious what Gruber intended with the language. The court has failed reading comprehension 101.

  • [3] June 20, 2015 at 3:59pm

    This happens EVERY time any man steps up and tries to do the right thing in the witness of others. Some people hate him for it. Look, I admit, stepping up into a leadership role, regardless of where or what, tends to be the difficult thing to do. Ego, pride, self-”fill in the blank” are a huge problem. So what to do? Is the best thing to let evil win and stay out of the battle because your ego might trip you up? That works for a little while. Cowards do it all the time. I’ll grant you that fortune and fame and popularity and being a leader people look up to is a great way to set yourself up for a fall. Happens all the time. Still I thank God some men and women do it in spite of the danger.
    So if there actually ARE people out there beck worshiping too bad for them. Sooner or later they are going to be disappointed. It’s a pity they are focused on the man instead of the Spirit on display. Same goes for the folks who can’t see past the man because of their anti-worship.

  • [4] June 7, 2015 at 3:52pm

    61% islamic. More ignorant underdeveloped savages stuck in the 16th century. I wouldn’t visit or waste my time and money in any country that was predominately inhabited by muslims.

  • [1] June 2, 2015 at 5:09pm

    So called “moderate mooselems” K!l! ‘em all and let God sort it out. Boy I’ll bet that doesn’t make it by the editors. It is FINE if they say they want to kill me but SHhhhhsssssss You better not speak out against them.

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  • May 23, 2015 at 11:09am

    Judging from the color of that rice beer I would say the moose was dehydrated. Please give the animal more water before your bottle his waste. Stone Brewery makes a couple of acceptable concoctions but beyond that I would rather have a water or a soda.

  • [4] May 16, 2015 at 1:47pm

    It would be interesting to see by labor grade or position where the 14% came from. My guess would be primarily the clueless process-only oriented middle management. Speaking as someone at the grunt level working for a large US corporation formed in a classic inverted pyramid model of ever increasing bureaucracy I can give a witness that as the top and middle become fatter with MBA styled ladder climbers the quality, productivity, and employee satisfaction diminishes. As more and more barriers (middle managers) are pulled in the possibility for innovation or improvement dwindles to zero. You might as well work for the government. Actually we are working for the shadow government. It is sad but it is an increasing reality for many US companies. Individual talent, skills or ability become valueless commodities. Those character features are actually determined by the process geniuses to be in the way of progress. We now create what is falsely proclaimed as quality and innovation by ONLY process control, not people. If the company wants innovation they setup a department of innovation, staff it with “heads” that are merely hollow suit placeholders with labels on them and then declare victory. So while this approach seems a bit strange to some I can see the appeal of it. Provided they aren’t overcome by affirmative action requirements they may do pretty well.

  • [2] May 16, 2015 at 12:46pm

    Alex, From what I hear from you I’m think we could make the case for retro-active abortion. Seems like a reasonable choice up to about the 200th trimester in your case. Why make it a “hard” cut-off? Or we could opt’ for a little early end-of-life euthanasia. Whatever is the most convenient. Our body – our choice.

  • [1] May 16, 2015 at 9:22am

    Starbucks is the only coffee place I ever purchase coffee in a cup. Nothing else is even close. Except their “Americono” light dishwater. Coffee made for tea drinkers. Personally I like to roast my own from low acidic beans from Central Africa but Starbucks will do in a pinch. Hey if ya don’t like it don’t buy it but hardcore bean freaks tend to tolerate the higher prices because sometimes ya get what ya pay for. Beans roasted to the second crack are not “burned” they have flavor. No accounting for taste. Hey force carbonated rice water passes for beer today so there ya go.
    As far as the employee I find it comical that Starbucks posts -”the partner no longer works for Starbucks”. I guess she isn’t much of a “partner” then, is she? Gotta love left-speak. I am TRULY surprised how intolerant Starbucks is of their “partners”. Why isn’t she sent to a few months of re-education and training? Maybe her mental breakdown is a byproduct of poor policies and/or poor training? I thought all quality training now was focused away from personal responsibility. In my french managed corporation if there is a problem it is the process not the people. People are never at fault. Hey! How can we EVER hold people responsible? Perhaps she had some intense personal conflict or trauma going on.
    Oh hey I guess when the entire investment in training consists of someone pointing and nodding their head and then you are paid $15 a hour we expect better. There is hope. Think robots.

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  • [2] May 11, 2015 at 5:24pm

    Where are the freakin’ morons watching TV these days? Really? Is there one person here stupid enough to watch some network television channel? Wholly cow. Idiots! Ahahaha. That is really a riot! Watching TV. Oh ho that is a scream.

  • [17] May 6, 2015 at 6:34am

    Yes we were offended by the p#$$ Jesus “art”. So let me ask you. How many pagan disrespectful artists did you kill after that event? 10? What?! None? Wow your moral superiority really saved the day on that one.
    Okay even if we agree that the contest was “stupid”. Even if it was irresponsible to have it. I’ll give you all those things. HOW MANY PEOPLE DID YOU KILL the last time you were offended? The problem isn’t people saying offensive things. The problem is the fundamentals of the ideology being proclaimed by islam. Oh and at least one of these guys wasn’t taught from birth to kill anyone who does not agree with him. He was a relatively recent convert. Here’s the thing – There is no right, natural, constitution or otherwise, to not be offended.
    I’ll tell ya what is stupid. Stupid is thinking the American people will lay down and take it. Sooner or later these violent attack are going to spawn something terrible and it will likely manifest itself in what Glenn calls “the bubba” effect. Some guy, some place is going to decide he has had enough of being bullied by these barbarians and will strike out. God help us when it comes to that point.

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