User Profile: HaploVoss


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  • November 28, 2015 at 1:15pm

    That is the point Woody, if you own a ‘sovereign’ title to your land of some kind or other, then no… you are not subject to taxes or zoning laws. You literally *own* your property, and what you do within its boundaries is your business. That’s it.

  • November 28, 2015 at 12:30pm

    9. How to steal guns and murder more people than any mass shooting combined in your own neighborhood.
    10. How to hunt down, bait and kill 9 year olds
    11. How to dump gas on little kids and set them on fire.

    Sorry ModRep – I can crush that can any day. Nice try though.

  • November 28, 2015 at 12:23pm

    Nah it is just for people with easy to hurt feelings. B.efore C.ommon E.ra, and C.ommon E.ra – rather than B.efore C.hrist and A.nno D.omini (Year of our Lord)… even though the dates are all the same.

  • [2] November 26, 2015 at 12:32am

    And how. They are the liberal strongarm enforcement agency that answers to… nobody. No more agencies that have no accountability. If it doesn’t go to Congress for a vote, then it doesn’t become *law* – regulations be gone.

  • [1] November 26, 2015 at 12:17am

    There were a few people that tried to get original land patent deeds a few years ago. I believe a couple were even successful. They have since nipped that in the bud. Of course.

  • [2] November 26, 2015 at 12:11am

    Daycare, extra fuel, extra time, time lost, etc. is rarely offset by that extra income. Sitting down and working out a solid budget, sticking to it (which is where most people have difficulty. I’m guilty of that in my younger days), making sure you put some back every month no matter how little or how much… and you absolutely can make it. Especially if you suck it up and move somewhere with a lower cost of living to income ratio. Do some serious searching for someone renting out a house or apartment that might be a little out of the way (not so much it eats too much gas) and you’d be amazed. We were good tenants for years at our last place – were paying $350 per month by the end. No it wasn’t 20 years ago either. Nice little house too. Kind of miss it sometimes. lol

  • November 24, 2015 at 12:54am

    1 – if a parent was going to coach a child to write a letter, then they certainly would not be correcting grammar or it would be a moot point would it not? I’m not saying it happened for certain .. it simply smacks of being disingenuous.
    2 – I most definitely do not live in an isolated world. As a matter of fact, there are major cities and some smaller cities throughout this country that do teach crappy things starting as young as 10 years old. The *rest* of the country is fortunately not doing that … yet. Nowhere in Missouri aside from St. Louis and Kansas City that I am aware of teaches little kids about sex, etc. and even then grade-school is a stretch aside from perhaps the very poorly run schools. On that note – not everywhere USA uses fould language around their kids every day, nor are gangs rampant everywhere, nor are any of the things you point out. Only the ‘negative nancies’ of the world think this way and try to take us with you. Get over it.
    Also, perhaps try to do something about it instead of complain about it. Might make a difference eh?

  • [3] November 21, 2015 at 7:11pm

    Yeah and the only one’s reigning in the asholes are the returning vets becoming police officers – how crazy is that? 3 of our local Sheriff deputies are Marine vets, 1 is an Army vet, and another from the Navy, and they are the only ones I want coming out to my place on a call. The rest of them are sniveling wussies with a badge that have a ‘respect me’ complex the leaves them with no idea of how to earn people’s trust, loyalty, and respect by their actions. They simply scream and shout and pump themselves up at kids and grannies, then run like babies if there is a real conflict. Or even better, when there is a rabid dog on someone’s property – they tell you to go ahead and take care of it while they watch… because they are too much of a pansy to shoot the animal themselves. Sick.

  • [5] November 20, 2015 at 6:33pm

    Age 11 – Doing ‘gardening’ (picking cabbage and potatoes that were missed by harvesters)
    Age 13 – Mowing lawns, changing oil, delivering the ‘Penny Power’ (local (national?) ad paper)
    Age 16 – First regular job at restaurant. Lawns on weekends.
    Age 20 – First job that started me towards my current career – Bench tech.
    Sorry, but most kids I know these days still want to make money and fill their gas tanks to go have fun with their friends. Even the slackers who hat having to do it – still want the payoff of blowing their paychecks if nothing else.

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  • [2] November 20, 2015 at 7:40am

    Personal experience – nowhere town USA, Southwest Missouri, City council went against the overwhelming opposition of the community and approved the building of a mosque just a few blocks away from a junior high school.
    The preferential treatment began one week after it opened… the mosque was ‘vandalized’ – a bunch of kids toilet papered the grounds and wrote some crappy things in *chalk* on the door. The mayor and council appeared at the mosque with the news to discuss the matter and insist on community effort to help clean up the mess.
    A few days later the exact same thing happened to a Baptist church about 3 miles away, then a Methodist church about 2 miles the other direction. Do you think the mayor paid a visit? The news? No way.
    Violence for some reason had a major uptick at the local junior high that never had violence problems. Can’t imagine why… the list goes on.

  • [16] November 19, 2015 at 10:14pm

    Bullcrap. There is nothing wrong with this idea. There are genuine circumstances where this is an ideal solution, especially for stubborn seniors who don’t *want* their children’s help just yet. My grandmother is in her 90′s now, still lives alone in a duplex, walks every day, works out on her little machine thingy, and even drives a short distance to a nearby grocery store.
    The duplex / HOA does not allow for pets. So she has lots of stuffed animals. Something like this would be great for her.
    Be a douche all you like… just don’t go knocking other people’s elders because you can’t see past your ‘everything should be natural’ craptastic view of the universe.

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  • [6] November 19, 2015 at 9:45pm

    Now that you got that off your chest – how do you propose defeating ISIS and their ilk?

  • [3] November 18, 2015 at 11:42pm

    I agree on both counts. Awesome to the nth degree, and where the heck is loser Dad? I would venture to say in this case it is probably for the best he’s not in the picture because it’s obvious this girl is worth sticking around for. If he’s that lousy of a person, then he would end up being a bad influence and just drag her down along with screwing up the kid. Hopefully she will find a good man that has a real interest in her and her child at some point. For now I just wish them the best. Looks like she’s all set in the character department anyway!

  • [-1] November 18, 2015 at 11:33pm

    I don’t really have a problem with this – it most likely was a much needed bit of comic relief for the troops, but if we’re going to be honest about it, I’m betting ol’ Mom put the kid up to it. I doubt he would have thought to put the profanity on there, even if he was being exposed to it more than normal. It smacks of intention. Like I said – no biggie really (although I would never allow my child to do it) – however might as well come out with it.

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  • [1] November 15, 2015 at 6:34pm

    Total bullcrap. If it really ‘hurt him to the core’ – then he would have included casting requirements with the distribution of his play copy. Pulling the rights to a play after already having sold them to a theater, for specific reasons that were never previously addressed, is completely bad form. I hope this individual receives the well deserved backlash that is coming from the amateur theater world. What a pompous, racist, judgmental *****.

  • November 14, 2015 at 11:17am

    At least they used to have really challenging “Wings” (elementary) and “Participatory Honors” (Middle through High School) programs when I was growing up. From what I understand, they have cut most of those programs because of the advanced testing involved and how it ‘separates’ students. Basically it allows some kids to be the super smart people they are, and we certainly can’t have the rest of the kids feeling ‘average’.
    I remember that being one of the super smart kids was a ticket to being made fun of out of jealousy and such, and when it came down to the final testing for Wings I just halfway finished it. My parents confronted me about it because the lady that worked with me told them she knew what I had done, and they were understanding about it and just let me do advanced studies and Scouts stuff in the summer.
    Getting the ‘big head’ is a farce that someone on the left came up with that felt snubbed and jealous about as a kid and never got over. I don’t remember myself or any of the other ‘smarty pants’ ever being mean or demeaning to other kids. We were the ones being made fun of! LOL

  • [1] November 12, 2015 at 2:10am

    Because they’ve been duped into thinking that’s what they should want. Then can’t figure out why relationships don’t work/last. It is all they see all day long, every day on TV and everywhere. Men are dumb, soft animals and should bow their heads and let you carry their balls around in your purse.
    Then when they do find that ‘perfect, sensitive, man’ – they don’t understand and get upset when he doesn’t stand up for them, isn’t ‘proactive enough’ etc.
    It’s just sad. Men are we and not for thee. So glad I no longer live in that world.

  • [11] November 11, 2015 at 9:41am

    I will never forget I was in Portland, OR and I was doing overnight cable runs and back office network equipment installations. It was about 4:30am, I was in a Waffle House or Huddle House whichever it is there. I was tired and ready to do my paperwork and hit the hotel.
    So I place my order, get my food, take off my hat, and bow my head… suddenly I hear my waitress ‘sir, are you ok?… sir?’ then momentarily a harsh whisper ‘Stacy! hush! Get over here now!’ LOL I don’t think I’ve ever been more politely interrupted in prayer :)
    It just goes to show that depending on where you are and how used to or not people are to seeing something, definitely has a bearing on the perception of it.

  • [15] November 11, 2015 at 9:24am

    Yeah that makes sense. Cuz you know all the fat people are chasing down the skinny people and stealing their food right? What a maroon.
    The only reasons there are hungry people in America at any time is one of two things:
    1 – lack of ambition: won’t make the effort to go get help and use it.
    2 – pride: doesn’t *want* to use the help available, and would rather be hungry.
    Ok yeah and 3 – drugs: too intent on finding their next fix to worry about food.

  • [1] November 10, 2015 at 11:46am

    I agree with VCV on this one… also the main reason he is soooooo ticked off? He probably has another so many “Killing so and so…” books already in the making through his various ghostwriters and if he can’t prop them up, and people don’t praise them – well that just won’t do very much for book sales will it? What a jerk. Seriously.

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