User Profile: HI_Don

HI_Don

Member Since: January 23, 2012

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  • October 1, 2014 at 7:21pm

    It has never been about what Piers Morgan could or could not see. It was about who was paying him and where he worked. It would appear now that his old job isn’t paying the bills and feeding him teleprompted pro Obama propaganda to spew, he now has had to find a line that enough people of intellect might read or listen to and thus has moved commercially to the right. I don’t think Morgan has a conviction he isn’t willing to trade or sell. When asked in a job interview what his thoughts were on the state of the nation – he replied “what do you want them to be?”

  • October 1, 2014 at 7:14pm

    Exactly. So who did he plagiarize this article from? He is almost quoting the Limbaugh Theorem.

  • October 1, 2014 at 6:32pm

    Good afternoon to you TT2,
    First, I’m sorry to have offended your sensitivity, however if you read what I wrote, I never called you an idiot – I said your comment was idiocy. I have no idea if that is the best you have or typical. I also never said I liked the movie Noah; in fact I refused to see it once I heard some reviews from friends. You mentioned Noah, I didn’t. I was just amazed you would refer to Genesis and Exodus as “entertaining myths” and then in a discussion of religious films bring up Bruce Almighty. Unless you meant sarcasm, which I did not detect – you seem like a person that takes serious religious and theological matters as naught and dismiss it all as trivial fiction. Sorry if I couldn’t take your opinion on this matter seriously though it does appear we might share some hopes and fears for our nation. Since you like inspirational books, perhaps you might try the Bible again but take the time for some real study, since our version is an English translation and not original text it does take some effort to sort out what might appear to be inconsistencies at first glance.
    And no, can’t think of any reason Exodus would need a chariot race, Charlton Hesston aside. Those movie “recommendations” at the end of my last comment were in fact, sarcasm.
    Do have a wonderful day.

  • October 1, 2014 at 6:13pm

    Brookfield Asset Management just got a roughly 95 percent discount on what was meant to be Atlantic City’s high-end casino.

    What kind of business is Brookfield Asset Management? Makes me wonder if our gov. just bought the place to house more of Nancy Pelosi’s “undocumented children”. When do the busses arrive?

  • October 1, 2014 at 6:06pm

    “Are you referring to undocumented people?”

    Oh how I wish I could be a D.C. reporter just for a day.

    “No mam, I mean illegal aliens. You know, fence jumpers, tunnel diggers, criminal trespassers, line jumpers, people who fail to recognize or follow the rule of law, dangers to our sovereignty, threats to our way of life, job stealers, wage killers, threats to our nation’s security, disease carriers, social service stealers, tax dollar eating thieves, future prostitutes drug dealers and violent criminals, basically individuals who are a waste of our resources and stealing from our children – those people. Now are we clear on who I am referring to so I can get on with the actual question or should I clarify more because there is plenty of “documentation” on the folks I’m thinking of so you must have the wrong group?”

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  • October 1, 2014 at 5:56pm

    Dear cosette,

    Have you been to San Francisco? Have you experienced its rich history of gay rights demonstrations, anti-religion Christian degrading art festivals, a city designed with no square intersections and building on steep hills and earthquake fault lines, a city where brotherly love is taken to the extreme (no seriously we are talking about actual brothers IN love here), a city that can almost single handedly take credit for California being known as the land of fruits, nuts and flakes. And you ask is this the best the district has to offer. Yes. No will someone please put us all out of our misery before we hurt someone.

    Signed,
    San Fran.

  • October 1, 2014 at 5:46pm

    I don’t have a problem with anyone being wealthy. And I don’t care if she is or isn’t “regular”. My issue is that she is a highly influential and power wielding politician and she is dumb as a bucket of rocks – and she go wealthy doing that using her office, her political influence, and OUR money and freedoms.

    The other issue I have with her that is much more trivial and childish on my part -I can’t stand to hear her cackle and snicker and her nasal voice. It is like fingernails on a chalkboard. She is the perfect character for a video game if you want to teach someone to kill things.

  • October 1, 2014 at 5:40pm

    None of her neighbors are “undocumented immigrants”, they are referred to as “servants” or “Help”, but not neighbors even if they live in the back.

  • October 1, 2014 at 5:39pm

    You can lead a horse to water, and if it drinks, the end sticking up in the air is Nancy.

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  • October 1, 2014 at 5:30pm

    Because they don’t insist on including her photo on the ballet. If they did no one would have the stomach to check her box.

  • [12] October 1, 2014 at 2:27pm

    That is really funny! Thanks for the laugh. +1

  • October 1, 2014 at 2:18pm

    I’m predicting a great sea serpent involved in the crossing of the Red Sea, or maybe an amazing Jet Ski chase. Not sure how they will handle the PETA folks during that whole animal sacrifice thing for the Passover though, probably have to just skip that part and simply show how God favor’s abortion with all the killing of the first born. Hollywood will love that part. Maybe they can work in a Global Warming / Climate Change theme because of all the greenhouse gasses from Egypt’s chariots that was the real cause for the plagues and pestilence.
    Bet they make the Moses with his staff look just like Gandalf complete with shooting lightning bolts and stuff – “pew – pew! You’ll never take me alive Pharaoh!” “Moses, I am your father” “Nooooooooooo!” Or maybe Moses leaving Egypt will be like Rambo the first movie – if they would have just let him alone, just let him walk away – but they had to harass him and… “They drew first blood Father! Someone has to pay.” Yea, I can’t wait. Oh wait, yes I can.

  • [-1] October 1, 2014 at 2:02pm

    You see – it is precisely idiocy like “Think-Twice2″ that proves the point. So little scriptural knowledge involving actual in depth study, but a full love and desire to be satisfied through “entertainment” in something like “Bruce Almighty” – a COMEDY. It would seem in your glancing over the book for entertaining “stories” you have completely missed all the relevant lessons and inspiration God intended. But that is by intention as well since scripture itself states that only a serious study of the word will reveal the mysteries contained. That is why Jesus baffled the scribes with parables. The “magic and death” of Exodus as you call it were very important miracles and power of God that contained specific imagery, symbolism, and such depth as to not only satisfy the needs of the days of Moses, but to be incredibly applicable and important to the coming of the Messiah as well as to the very day we live in right now. If you don’t understand more than the story of Moses, you’ll never realize why our country is so screwed up right now 15 Trillion in debt and creating a “coalition” force with Egypt as our plan for survival. But hope you enjoy the movie, maybe there will be a good car chase in it. Maybe Hollywood can release some of these on election day to keep the idiots away from the polls.

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  • October 1, 2014 at 1:49pm

    I guess that is the difference then between us. I’m not. I’d rather continue with the thought that we ought to be telling them correctly without compromise by ourselves in our churches and our homes. Going to see the incorrect versions on the big screen is not my idea of a good plan “B”. Telling the “stories” in the bible is the easy part and they get that all wrong, but it is the scripture, the lessons and insight, the SPIRIT, that is even more important and Hollywood has zero capacity or authority or desire to get that right. I would hardly say listening to lies is a good substitute for lazy people not telling the truth. Stick with insisting on the truth (for one reason is your cash will only incentivize more of the same lies). If you really want to find good church centered productions, you can, they are out there. If your criterion is that they have to be “as amazing as this” or produced on such a budget and scale as the worldly Hollywood can afford – I think your standards are all in the wrong place. God isn’t about flash and fanfare (unless you count sunsets, peacocks, and the looking deep into the eyes of the woman you love) – however if you keep down that “entertain me” road I can predict some very impressive “signs” in your future you won’t like much.

  • October 1, 2014 at 1:31pm

    I’ll wait until several people I trust see the film before I waste money on it. After Noah, where they intentionally made the trailers look highly biblically accurate, but the actual movie was more Harry Potter than King James, I too don’t trust if for a minute. My guess with this new “Hollywood bible trend” is that they intend to milk Christians of cash all while attempting to rewrite biblical history much like they have with our kids at school and American History. Of course when the ticket sales are lack luster they will say “see, told you Americans don’t care about religion, they won’t come see these biblical movies”. The adults that see them will complain about this or that detail, but don’t forget many will drag their little kids to these hoping it will be a good religious experience and will not recognize how viewing false doctrine will tweak the minds of the young that may not know better. Years from now some survey will say that Noah used magic rock people to build the ark and scriptures say Noah tried to kill his own family numerous times but unfortunately they lived. Don’t let them experiment with your kids’ minds folks. READ the actual scriptures with your family. Specifically Isaiah right now will tell you how badly this war with ISIS is going to be for us under this leadership. Very bad times coming people.

  • [1] October 1, 2014 at 1:05pm

    Let me guess Prov1 – when you answered it – no one was there?

    Call your phone company and they can explain this issue to you – your phone DID call itself. Unless when you ansered it some guy with and accent was telling you you won the PCH millions or wanted to transfer millions into your bank account – then worry. But if the call was dead – that isn’t an issue.

  • [28] October 1, 2014 at 12:48pm

    There needs to be a lot more info on a lot of details of this case. For one – who was the first officer to check the car and did he in fact check the right car. If he simply had a description of the car and checked the wrong car – I’ll give him/her a pass that witnesses did not guide him to the right car. But the way the story reads, he checked the right car and the plates came back CLEAR? but moments later the same plates came back with a missing person report? You can check a car with a person banging in the trunk but when you check she doesn’t respond? Did this cop really check, or did he check the wrong car, or did he/she simply pretend to check and never got out of the cruiser?

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  • [4] September 30, 2014 at 8:49pm

    What a complete mis-read straw man on the constitution! The article says:
    “Last time I checked, the important text of the 2nd Amendment didn’t say ‘the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed – unless you’re black, Muslim, or gay,’” Giddings wrote. “The 2nd Amendment is a civil right the same as the 1st Amendment. What Jan Morgan is doing is denying an entire group of people, an entire group of Americans, access to a fundamental civil right, simply because she doesn’t like the god they pray to and the holy book they read. ”
    This is a private business. A business that offers a firing range and gun RENTAL. The 2nd amendment is the limits of GOVERNMENT not to infringe on the individuals rights to own a weapon. What the heck does that have to do with a range owner’s rights to choose clients on their private property? 2nd amendment isn’t about a citizen being forced to freely give guns to other citizens. The constitution limits Government power upon citizens. No gun range is under requirement to “not infringe gun rights” to every single citizen. How can Jan deny a group of citizens access to their “civil right” of gun ownership simply by being selective on who uses her range or even who she as one person chooses to sell guns to? Will I go to jail if I inhibit some random citizen from coming into my home and shooting a gun in my living room? Am I infringing if I refuse to sell guns?

  • [1] September 30, 2014 at 8:40pm

    Well Zorro – she probably just lost her head…. or will. Sounds like a loose / loose situation here.

  • September 30, 2014 at 8:35pm

    Ha – we better make sure we let all the Islam nations know that the Colonel makes his chicken with 11 secret herbs and spices and the secret is that it includes BACON fat!

    Got ya! Might as well throw in the towel now all of you. It’s over, we win. You are all ineligible for the virgins so might as well just put the guns and swords down and enjoy your time on earth. Might as well enjoy trying all the foods you were forbidden now because you already broke the rules. Oh, and all those Capri Sun drink packs you got from the red cross air drop – had alcohol in them. Yep, got ya again. Might as well have a good laugh about it, nothing you can do now. But just think of all that shooting, beheading and suicide bombing we saved you from. Now you can just sit around in the apartment and watch porn like all your leaders do.

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