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HI_Don

Member Since: January 23, 2012

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  • October 20, 2014 at 9:01pm

    Going into murky water to surf with your 3 kids was stupid – thus forcing heroic actions to get out of a situation you shouldn’t be in.

    Everyone in Hawaii knows you should not surf after storm run off because that is when shark attacks always occur.

    Kind of like saying a guy who pulled his kids from a burning car is heroic without mentioning he was the drunk driving that caused the accident. How heroic is that?

    Or the father at the zoo who pulled his kids from the grasp of the tiger but not mentioning he was also the one who put them over the fence trying to get a good picture.

  • [34] October 20, 2014 at 8:53pm

    That was definately a tick AND a moth. Hope the guy did a follow up with his doctor afterwards to take a better look – they might have only gotten half the tick. Could wind up with limes disease just assuming all is well once they got the moth out.

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  • [6] October 20, 2014 at 7:24pm

    What do you expect from someone who pees into her own shoe while telling us how killing babies is a women’s right and essential to protect health care.

    I believe she totally misunderstood the people who were telling her to piss off.

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  • [2] October 20, 2014 at 7:16pm

    Looks like the first accident moved the barrier across the onramp lane – but no one got around to posting a warning at the entrance. The reporters were pretty stupid for setting up shop right there. I don’t see the “reporter’s close call” here. The truck doesn’t seem to have been ever headed at them, it just hit the obvious obstacle to its intended path.

  • [3] October 20, 2014 at 7:08pm

    in waters that were rough and murky – from storm water run off.

    The story of almost every shark attack in Hawaii.

    DON’T SURF IN MURKY WATER! Stay out of the water during and after heavy rains. Every surfer know this, but many surfers insist it will never happen to them.

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  • [4] October 20, 2014 at 7:03pm

    “Father Was Surfing With His Three Young Songs”

    And they say music calms the savage beast? Evidently not even with three songs can you pacify a shark.

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  • October 20, 2014 at 6:58pm

    Just what we need. One MORE invention to make man more lazy than he already is. One more thing we aren’t responsible for and can’t be held accountable to. Hey boss, I’m not late, my car was. I didn’t cut you off, my car did. And in the end we will all look at Gov. to solve the problem of making the car companies make OUR driving safer with a zero tolerance for error because we all know that utopia is out there somewhere just waiting to be regulated until there isn’t one more life to save. There will be politicians promising us to automate more, make it safer, make it fairer. And all the while we forget that each new thing dips farther into our pocket and tightens us ever closer into a perfect line of identical controlled citizens. Good bye humanity. Good bye freedom.

  • October 20, 2014 at 6:51pm

    Based upon all the taking in scenery, napping, texting, eating, drinking coffee, reading news, putting on makeup, and operating electronic devices I see by people in the front left seat each day – we must already be testing this technology and no one told us.

  • [2] October 20, 2014 at 6:40pm

    High capacity note magazines.

    What! You don’t need 100 rounds to play twinkle twinkle little star!

    Dangerous NOTE spraying automatic weapons.

    No one is talking about banning music here, we just want to limit it to whole notes and half notes. No one but the military should be able to have access to quarter notes and eighth notes!

    If Biden was there he would have played the chords with his shotgun…get a shotgun.

  • October 20, 2014 at 6:29pm

    Of course she has a spine. That’s about all a serpent has is spine. Must have thrown a disk slithering in and out of the White House.

  • [1] October 20, 2014 at 6:23pm

    Our actions seem a bit different in contrast don’t you think?
    • “We agreed that the thing to do was not to let [the first patient] out of the hospital,” ~US CDC on the other hand prevented Duncan from getting into a hospital – and then aided in letting people infected by him get out.
    • Lagos state governor Babatunde Fashola rushed back from a pilgrimage to Mecca to handle the crisis, Ohiaeri said. ~US President rushed to play golf and attend fundraisers. CDC made no effort to go visit Texas.
    • Nigeria used an existing health surveillance system for Polio for contact tracing, so was able to trace and isolate [diplomat Patrick] Sawyer’s primary and secondary contacts quickly. ~CDC decided airplane crews and TSA were an adequate resource.
    • The cooperation between the central government in Nigeria and the opposition-led administration in Lagos state contrasts with the United States, where bickering between Republican and Democrat lawmakers over Ebola has eroded public trust. ~nuff said.

  • [13] October 20, 2014 at 6:11pm

    The difference here is that it isn’t actually a rare animal. Deer are not rare, in fact in many places they are overpopulated and hunting is necessary to control the herd. Albinism is not a breed of rare deer – it is a birth abnormality that will continue to occur among the remaining deer population even into the future and harvesting this deer does not actually make the birth abnormality any more or less likely to occur again among the remaining population. They killed it for the meat. The fact it was albino added the incentive to ALSO preserve it as a trophy and spend the added expense for taxidermy – which meant even less waste and the ability to share the sight with others who would otherwise never see one in the wild. The brag was it was harvested by a youth and with a BOW, and that it was a 12 point, AND a great specimen.

    Still eats the same – which is what they were after in the first place. Still breeds the same, which is why the state allows them to be harvested.

  • [16] October 20, 2014 at 6:04pm

    “Antlers up! Don’t Shoot!”

  • [4] October 20, 2014 at 5:56pm

    When you are in a good sized group, and your observation is that “they” (all the others) are weird – what you are saying is that they are different than you are used to. But ever think that all of them would thus believe YOU are different than they. Perhaps the “odd man out” isn’t who you think it is?

    I recall in the remake of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” it was Mr. Wonka that turns to one of the parents and says “You’re really weird!”. Maybe we have a pot calling the kettle here dizzzave?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qq5zj_xB08k

  • [29] October 20, 2014 at 5:44pm

    Yep, Dan is a perfect example of a socialized lemming. He provided the exact non-thinking argument that he was programed to present. Just like all inner city low income slaves, they are taught that the very thing holding them down into slavery is the essential thing they need more of to survive. The welfare rats that return to eat the cheese from the traps continue to vote for people that promise them more cheese in traps.
    Many years ago – pre WWII – we were single income families where Dad earned a living, mom stayed home and focused on the needs of the children, and the family had every weekend to go to the lake, visit a park, and drive cross country to see the sights. Now typically we are a nation of dual income families were every weekend is spent trying to catch up on undone housework, neither parent has the energy or confidence to try to help kids with homework, and everyone spends any available hours staring at a stupid box or isolated with some electronic device in a private room. And still that isn’t enough. In ever increasing numbers I am seeing people with mom and dad working full time, and Dad taking a second job additionally. We are convincing ourselves that all this money is essential because all these electronics and larger homes and more “toys” in the garage are what we must have for the family we never see or at least never enjoy.

  • [1] October 20, 2014 at 5:34pm

    That was a great movie.

    “Who are you?”
    “I’m the son.”
    “Of course, the Son!”

    “Who are you?”
    “I’m the father.”
    “It’s the Father!”

  • [20] October 20, 2014 at 5:13pm

    The key question or Obama is not who he voted for, as that is too obvious. They should have instead asked him how many times.

  • [8] October 20, 2014 at 1:21pm

    Not impressed. Anyone can make a car transit an empty course, especially a single lap where all tires are fresh and nothing changes from brake wear, tire wear, fuel weight, track conditions etc.

    Now, put 20 of these on the track and program them to aggressively want to be in the lead and make them take 100 laps or whatever it takes to go through a tank of fuel or a set of tires? That would be something to see. Can they co-exist on the track, all wanting the same optimal line through the course, and all greedy for the shortest route and shortest time? Let’s see if Audi believes in their car enough to risk 20 of them at the same time.

    That would be a good test. What happens in the chain reaction when car #2 senses car#1 cut it off, hits the brakes, and causes cars#3 through #20 to all have to react as well? Do we see a rapid slinky chain effect where car #20 ends up losing all momentum and driving 40 mph, or do we see a smooth execution like real drivers, or do we end up with a pile of crumpled expensive steel?

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  • [42] October 17, 2014 at 9:21pm

    That whole list of lifetime political hacks and only two doctors in a meeting about controlling a disease – or is it a meeting about controlling the public in the presence of a disease – i.e. community organizing.

  • [37] October 17, 2014 at 9:17pm

    Notice someone else who wasn’t there? The empty seat.

    Not important enough for Obama’s personal efforts either. Probably had a golf game.

    During the meeting, I’m sure Biden provided his sage advice: “Get a shot gun. If you want to keep Ebola from your house, just fire two shots off the back porch.”

    And, just a question. What gives Obama the authority to send 3,000 active duty, and now thousands of National Guard, to Liberia? Did congress declare “war on Ebola” when I wasn’t looking? Seriously – what gives the President authority to ORDER troops into action without congressional authority of a mission?

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