User Profile: HaploVoss

HaploVoss

Member Since: April 04, 2012

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  • August 5, 2015 at 1:18am

    Hate to break it to you sweety, but it has nothing to do with men or women… it has to do with ELECTRONICS. If your office is kept nice and cold… then you probably have a lot of computers, audio video equipment, etc. Part of your job is dealing with keeping the ‘lights on and equipment running’.
    You wanted equality? Well, welcome to it. Now shut your pie hole and get back to work.
    You get ticked off when I open the door for you too so… rather than opening it for yourself are you just gonna stay outside indefinitely to prove your point? Yes… you really look that stupid now.

  • [1] August 3, 2015 at 7:43pm

    That’s the difference between men and women. Men get into a fight… have the fight… then go have a beer. Women get into a fight… have the fight… and keep on fighting until someone is bleeding, missing hair, missing flesh, perhaps missing an eye, and trying to jump in and break them up is akin to throwing yourself into a woodchipper… LOL – My buddy who was in the Army, worked security for a popular band after the service. He got out of that because he always said that he’d rather be back on the battlefield than when you started to see the group of women start to lose it trying to get back stage. Apparently you did not exit the concert unscathed once the nails, hair, and teeth started!

  • [21] August 3, 2015 at 7:10pm

    The sad and incredulous part is zap – that you don’t realize how utterly insane you sound. You are not just a willing participant in the darkest kind of evil that persists in our society, you defend the perpetrators. May God have mercy on my soul for kind of wishing that he has none on yours and those of your ilk.
    They are children waiting to be born. They are being murdered, not ‘prevented’. There is no argument to be made. The only debate is against one’s own conscious and to lash out at the truth that forces you to look at yourself in the mirror. All you and others can do is twist the language and look away from the images so you don’t see your now twisted selves.

  • [1] August 2, 2015 at 7:30am

    I’ve never heard anyone say it was hard to get a gun in this country ModRep. Aside from the various ‘locked down’ cities / locations that have strict gun control against the citizen. Another reason to keep citizens armed, since criminals don’t obey those laws and ordinances.
    If someone wants to live somewhere you’re not allowed to own/carry a firearm, then more power to them. I at least want the ability to defend myself and my neighbors.

  • [3] August 1, 2015 at 10:30pm

    One thing I have to say about all of you alcoholics though… whatever part of the ‘program’ that they put you through that forces you to go back through your life and apologize to people or something? Hey… if you haven’t spoken to someone in 15 years, or since high school, or whatever… trust me – don’t kill yourself over it!
    My best friend from high school – we lost touch in our early 20′s or so – called me 3 weeks ago. To tell me how sorry he was for the way he had treated me the last time we spoke. I’m thinking ‘what?!’ – dude, the last time we spoke was you talking about the new job you got that was taking you out of the area. I don’t recall you being a jerk… plus, that was almost 20 years ago man! How the hell are you anyway?
    Oh well, I got into alcohol and stuff pretty bad and I just feel really bad about it.
    GUILT!!! I feel it every day over some stupid thing I did in the past, but seriously… it is in the past and you can’t ‘make up for it’. You can just do better going forward. Let it go. Don’t let guilt drown you my friends. You’re still human beings, and probably better ones than you think you are and some people make you out to be. Just keep on keepin’ on! :)

  • [1] July 31, 2015 at 11:38pm

    @cbr and slade – I listen to Wilkow on XM Radio every day he is on and I remember the day he spoke about it very clearly. He was very professional about it. He did indeed reference that he was working himself to death with the particular schedule they had going for him, but it was very obvious by how adamant he was about getting back on television that something wasn’t right. Not to mention that it was unexpected. Which translates to me as not exactly 100% voluntary.
    You could almost hear how hard he was swallowing down whatever he was keeping in, but I am glad he remained professional. My main complaint this whole time has been that Glenn never said a word about it, never wished him well, never gave Wilkow a ‘sendoff’ episode for the fans to say ‘seeya’. Nothing. Just canned him (or let him resign or whatever), then went on vacation for the extended weekend. Just like MSNBC – sweep it under the rug and hope the weekend drowns it out. Wilkow was stunned there is no question in my mind after listening to him talk about it.
    I just wish we knew the basics of what happened because it has really stuck in my craw about how it went down. It really felt like ‘don’t let the door hit you on the way out man’… but who knows? Glenn won’t say boo about it and Wilkow is pro enough not to be a jerk about it. Maddening! lol

  • [27] July 31, 2015 at 11:22pm

    Send me the link, I will download them, and release them according to whatever pre-determined schedule they’d like until such time as they come after me for doing it and then I’ll pass the torch to someone else. I have absolutely no problem sitting in a cell for a year if it will get this done.
    This violates every minutia of the constitution and common sense. Blocking the free press, free speech, and investigative reporting. Only AFTER if it may be found liable – then they can press charges. Otherwise you cannot ‘pre-charge’ someone for a crime they have not committed.
    Put them up on a torrent site and let’s get these into as many hands as possible if necessary. Get them leaked everywhere. Don’t play this game. I know I am not the only one who will gladly take one on the chin for this to get done.

  • [2] July 31, 2015 at 5:53pm

    I just hope this is all really for the best for you, and this isn’t another ‘Wilkowed’ situation. Best of luck to you Mr. Seidl.

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  • July 31, 2015 at 2:54pm

    Exactly! Well, except for death taxes, property taxes, any late fees that occur for failure to notify upon death… ok so dead men can be fined all to heck and back to their estate which the family suffers for but… who’s counting right? :)

  • July 31, 2015 at 2:29pm

    Surprisingly (or not) some of the Feminazis I’ve met – like the ones that get upset if you open the door for them, etc. are all for this type of thing because it is the ultimate ‘equal rights’. Apparently, keeping a woman from being able to sell herself to a man is unfair in the workplace somehow. Although, so far as I know… being a male prostitute is just as illegal – so not sure where the argument falls really. LOL – wow there are a few real nut jobs out there.

  • [6] July 31, 2015 at 1:30pm

    No – you’re not right smb if you could read and think past your sloppy bleeding heart. The drive might take 6 hours to see the relatives. Along the way need to stop for gas, which we can take turns at, at some point however – getting a bite to eat, pick up some things on the way home… I am going to leave my pets locked in the car with the air running. End of list. If some butthead breaks the window to steal the car and hurts my beloved pets then that is a terrible proposition I don’t like to think about, but you cannot stay bubble-wrapped from the universe either.
    Get over it. Sometimes bad things happen – you can’t shut out *life* just because of fear. Nor should you leave your pets that love to travel with you at home just because it is more ‘convenient’ and make you feel less judged by others.
    By your own logic their would be no compassion for our fellow man either because there will always be the *potential* for bad things to happen if we stop to help someone and they end up being a psycho shooter right?
    If you choose to envision nothing but bad things, then your world will continue to be a paranoid, dark, and accusatory place that I want no part of.

  • [14] July 31, 2015 at 11:22am

    A big issue with things like this also is that people like us that have very close pets that like to go everywhere with you… usually lock their pets in the car with the air conditioning going for whenever there is someplace that won’t allow pets. Never for longer than 5-10 minutes and if something causes a hang up, one of us goes to check on them.
    The issue comes in where people don’t stop to check that the car is running with the A/C on, then go smashing a window to ‘rescue’ a perfectly happy and safe dog/pet.
    I think articles like this should include a reminder like this. Sounds like this was obvious – the child was soaked, crying, etc. No arguments on what happened obviously. Just something to point out for people that read a story then rush to action without stopping for just a second to asses a situation first :)

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  • [41] July 31, 2015 at 11:07am

    Let’s go Ted. Whether it is Trump laying the groundwork or not – it is good to start hearing these kinds of comments. It’s time to start laying it on thick and true. Perhaps enough of it might even get some weight behind a reasonable bit of legislation here and there. One can dream…

  • [6] July 30, 2015 at 6:00pm

    You know what is pretty awesome? And I actually mean that – as in I am in awe over it? I don’t think it is going to work with Trump at all. Everything they throw at him platters right back in their face with a giant heap of ‘I really don’t care what you think’ right behind it.

  • July 30, 2015 at 9:49am

    HEISEN – Well I guess that is the whole point of this conversation now isn’t it? If they are receiving 24 days *notice* prior to inspection… then what is the point?
    Unless there is an inspector on-site at the location in question… no, it will be a covert operation so nobody, not even the locals will know what is going on beyond ‘regular’ troop movements. Which will most likely be stepped up in regularity before we get there so it appears ‘normal’. Easy enough to get everything you need in and out from one location to the other.
    This is 101 stuff.
    It is all an afterthought to the fact their own leadership publicly calls for the destruction of Israel and the U.S. on a weekly and sometimes daily basis. Locally I’m sure it is daily. It’s a bad deal. No matter how you look at it.

  • [14] July 29, 2015 at 9:27am

    and how many seconds were wasted by the idiot operator asking the same question instead of diving into procedures?
    911 – my friend is shot and I’m trying to give CPR – is he breathing? – yes – ok then tell me where the wound is at (don’t want to make things worse by having her pump on the wound) – is there an exit wound? – yes/no – the best you can do is hold really hard pressure on that wound no matter how much it hurts until the ambulance arrives…
    Obviously not what went down, nor even what would have been the definite conversation if he hadn’t hung up on her… but an example of ‘if yes then… if no then…’ script that even untrained and new 911 operators should be able to perform so long as they keep their high-horse out of it.
    Sorry – but there is NO excuse for the operator here. None. Zero. Zip. He should never be allowed on an emergency answer service again.

  • [5] July 28, 2015 at 9:37pm

    Heisenrude – nobody said a nuke could be *built* in 24 days – you’re the only one entertaining that incredibly insane hypothesis.
    The fact is, that any organized military – including and especially our own – can tear down and move / reface an entire mid-facility in 14 days. That is 10 days to spare for moving sensitive equipment to a different site location if necessary.
    So it is really pretty simple – you have locations that work on specific parts of the missile tech, targeting tech, and nuke tech. At any given time you have 24 days notice to swap / relocate.
    “Hiding” nuke research is ridiculously easy – they’re allowed to keep their centrifuges open. Which have been enriching uranium all this time… so guess what? Readings are going to be meaningless for years anyway!
    All they do is rotate production between different sites, radiation levels continue to drop at a steady, but slower than anticipated rate – still well within the norms… nobody can say a word. They can, but it will be shouted down as paranoid extremists.
    If this deal goes through… I hope every person can live with themselves when the consequences arrive.

  • [9] July 28, 2015 at 9:20pm

    Don’t worry about zap Ned. He is the first one to read whatever he is ‘feeling’ into anyone’s comments the first time he reads them so he doesn’t have room to talk. Just likes making as much of a ‘witty’ comment in contradiction of what he *thought* someone just said and many times hasn’t really read it anyway. Thus putting his foot in his mouth. Just sit back and relax. It is actually entertaining if you read his posts – he is so anxious to make a counter point that it happens pretty often :)

  • [2] July 28, 2015 at 2:40pm

    Actually, that’s why people who can afford it do oceanic treasure hunting – whether it is U.S. or international waters or not… maritime rules apply… ‘finders keepers’ to put it simply.
    So long as they use an international / foreign auction agency that has no ties to US tax law… they’re home free so long as it is not a shipwreck owned by the US government that falls under the 1987 Abandoned Shipwreck Act – which this one would not.

  • [3] July 28, 2015 at 12:56pm

    Also, I should point out, that I only had minimum wage jobs for 2 years living on my own. I pursued a tech job until I got one. I put in applications everywhere, every week for 2 years. My persistence paid off at one location and it kicked off my career. I went from $4.75 to $6.00 overnight. I stayed in my mediocre apartment and lived the same way for a long time. I eventually moved up to field tech and $15.00 when min wage was around $5.25 I think.
    The crappy part is – $15/hr is about the average pay for a field tech… TODAY! You have to have a crapload of experience, certifications, etc. to get paid just a titch more – or be able to know how to push your limits in the workplace and backup your knowledge to get what you deserve.
    If you don’t fight for it – then sure… you will be stuck where you’re at right?

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