So a Muslim habib wearing student sitting there would not make someone uncomfortable, waiting for the bomb to go off?
It is just a war on Christianity, nothing more……. Remember the Libs are chanting Hail Satan in TX…
June 6, 2013 at 10:50pm
I concurr Commie in the wire……
May 6, 2013 at 1:42pm
And there is ALOT of air getting pushed around by the cars going that speed, so Stenhouse made a rookie mistake, and Yeley gets the blame….
May 2, 2013 at 1:18pm
My in-laws immigrated here from the Neterlands in 2011, we had to go through all kinds of paperwork PROVING they would NOT be a burden on the system and had means to provide for themselves….
They moved here, bought a house and car, established themselves, everything. (My wife is their only child)
After 1 year and 1 month, my Mother-in-law did NOT like it here, so she exercised her right to MOVE BACK, which they did, Sold car, house, ect….(I feel real bad for my father-in-law because he loved it here, and lived near his only child and grandchild)
I know they are the exception, but that is how it is supposed to happen……………..
May 1, 2013 at 12:12pm
His foot had NOTHING to do with the wreck, he saw the bikes and lifted off the throttle and in a turn, that causes the bike to upright and go straight….
I taught MSF for years, and one thing you teach is that very thing….
I don't think lifting off the throttle even had anything to do with it. Listen to the audio, no change in throttle. Even so a moderately skilled rider can lift off throttle and keep original turn radius.
I think the motorcyclist was simply a poor rider who was only looking at close range and didn't see the bikes until the last moment when his poor skills took over in target fixation mode and hit the bikes. The apex occurred a good distance back, he was simply swinging very wide.
I have witnessed people breaking the front fender off their dirtbike (motorcycle) and suddenly its as if they have never ridden a motorcycle before. Riding the same model I didn't know it was possible to see the front fender but for them it was a key visual reference they couldn't ride without. I have no idea how someone could ride only looking 10' ahead.
May 1, 2013 at 12:07pm
They already have called our guns weapons of mass destruction.
So that would give them no say that GWB was wrong about Iraq correct?
May 1, 2013 at 12:04pm
Punish the law abiding masses for the actions of a few……
The liberal mindset…..
May 1, 2013 at 12:03pm
So if everyone stood up and cried that they should do something about cars and/or alcohol when they lose a loved one in a car wreck caused by a drunk driver, would that not be the same thing?
April 2, 2013 at 11:33am
I guess Lady Justice is not blind here in Florida…..
March 21, 2013 at 10:32pm
There I was, in Moscow, Knee deep in Hang grenade Pins and spent shell cases……..
March 6, 2013 at 8:26pm
Well said Bones III
March 6, 2013 at 8:19pm
6000 is a decent start, but of course more is needed. You said it well!
February 27, 2013 at 7:57pm
Stupid……………………Everyone should learn self defense…………….
What about everyone leave everyone alone and none of this is needed…. but in the mean time, in the heat of battle, you are supposed to evaluate the situation, and determine the level of violence you MIGHT need to twart the attacker? Leave one voice, YOURS and I feared for my life and defended myself.
February 27, 2013 at 7:39pm
I own several…….well many of the weapons on the ban list, and can sum it up in one word why…….
Yes, but that argument can be used for any weapon, from a club to a cannon. It's true that responsible people can be trusted with a nuclear weapon (I wonder why we let anyone in Washington have control of those with that statement made1?) but we have this tendency (and it's getting worse) to govern to the LEAST common denominator, being criminals. But to defy all logic, we penalize law abiding people, ignoring the fact that the criminals (by definition) DON'T CARE what laws you pass.
So, the only argument that seems to matter is these petty attempts to vilify one firearm or another.
I own an SKS, it was inexpensive when I bought it and it's as accurate as my friends AR-15. It's more accurate than his AK-47. It's also more reliable than the AK. It is also on the 'banned' list and it meets all of the criteria for being legal (save for the bayonet lug). It is only banned because it is a commonly available semi-automatic rifle that has a bayonet on the front of it (scary looking I guess even though I've removed the bayonet and installed a bipod on it).
Is that what 'freedom' is...no, not at all, but it is what out of control governance looks like and to that end, I agree completely.
Allow me to clear up this entire argument. No "law" that congress passes or executive order the sitting president signs can or will take away my Second Amendment rights. Why? Because my rights are granted to me by God and not bestowed by the government. There is no higher authority than God so there is no one that can take away my rights. I can give them up but I won't. It may and probably will someday cost me my life to defend those rights but they will never be taken from me so long as I draw breath. P.S. that goes for all my rights as well. The government receives it's authority from the consent of the governed. I hereby withdraw my consent.
@SILVERTRUTH... I live in California and I too keep an abundace of firearms around the house. I, as you, have my trusty SKS (actually three of them; Russian, Yugoslavian and Bulgarian), target shoot with them regularly and keep them all "prim and proper". I have several CZ-52's and TTC semi-auto pistols as well, not to mention an extensive collection of Mosin-Nagant rifles and carbines, Austrian bolt action carbines and Swiss, straight pull, sort of bolt action rifles and carbines. this includes, of course, a fairly large ammunition store for the lot of them. I do not use all of them every day; they are here mostly because I collect such things - a hobby; but loaded examples of the above are always close at hand at home... as they should be.
February 24, 2013 at 4:12pm
He is born in Iran, and supports whoever supports the current POTUS. Imagine that….
So he's really the 'Iran Sheik'.Well that explains it, because there's nothing "iron" about him - he has the body of a computer programmer. My grandmother has bigger arms.
"Well that explains it, because there’s nothing “iron” about him – he has the body of a computer programmer. My grandmother has bigger arms"
In his prime, Sheik was as legit as they come. He was an olympic caliber amateur wrestler who served as an assistant wrestling coach to the US olympic team after he left Iran. Age, drugs, and alcohol have taken their toll on his body and mind.
January 16, 2013 at 11:05am
Exactly LeftFighter, well put…
December 26, 2012 at 8:34pm
Actually you are correct, it is a fake!
December 26, 2012 at 8:34pm
Look at the actual KICK, there is NO Follow through, and the video clicks or something on EVERY KICK. I call a FAKE!!!