User Profile: HonorTheOath

HonorTheOath

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  • [1] July 27, 2015 at 3:30pm

    Billary Klintons are world class. Our current POSOTUS doesn’t even come close. He’s clumsy and obvious. Without the MSM he’d be toast.

    Recently, Hillary said “I didn’t send any emails that were marked as classified.” (Straw man- emails aren’t MARKED as classified and that wasn’t the accusation in the first place)

    Here we are 4 days later and what she said is still being reported as “she said she never sent any classified information!” World class. How she can say “X” in a way that is reported as “Y” by PEOPLE WHO HEARD IT FIRST HAND IN THE FIRST PLACE is absolutely stunning.

    Under the same circumstances, the current POSOTUS might have said “Classified? Well, those Tea Party talking points aren’t going to fly here, so you might as well give up. Why do you insist on buying into their lies?” Definitely junior varsity liar this current guy.

  • July 27, 2015 at 3:20pm

    Oh yeah the likelihood of your raising a “single child of an older wealthier couple” (trying to be as tactful as I can here; but think about it) skyrockets as well.

  • July 27, 2015 at 3:17pm

    The RNA fidelity of the female egg deteriorates rapidly as women age. Men not so much for sperm; “fresh” RNA is produced continuously so does not deteriorate as the eggs age.

    It’s not just a decrease in “fertility” for women over 25.

    It’s a decrease in the quality of the genetic material of the child that will be born.

    Allergies, ADHD, ASD, IQ, compromised immune systems, higher rates of mongoloidism . . . on and on it goes.

    For the benefit of the very existence of the human race- if you haven’t had your children by age 25 ladies please adopt.

    Wow, how harsh. Nature and science can be one cold-hearted bee . . .

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  • [1] July 27, 2015 at 2:44pm

    1. Due to safety concerns, the “crosswind crab” no longer being taught in the USA (well, not recommended by the FAA). Not sure about the other ICAO members but “forward slip” now taught and recommended for stabilized crosswind approaches. Recent change (last 10 years or so).

    2. Due to safety concerns, autoland not authorized for complex gusty conditions. The computer (todays technology) isn’t able to handle as high a crosswind (especially with significant gust loads) as a human pilot. Again, based on FAA policy and may not be the same for all of ICAO. Takeoffs and landings are too complex for today’s technology to be safe and effective.

    Both of those being said, yeah it looks scary from here and felt scary inside the cabin . . . But from the flight deck it was no more difficult than what thousands of student pilots around the world do every day.

  • [-4] July 26, 2015 at 4:07pm

    Ironically,Heisenberg was far from an insipid troll.

    At least your online logorrhea regularly revives the “Seven Classic Logical Fallacies” many of us learned in junior high debate/rhetoric class.

    Not as amusing when obliviots use them on Big Boy and Girl topics of course.

    More sad than amusing really.

  • [1] July 26, 2015 at 3:22pm

    This is totally ludicrous. Our current POSOTUS is’t content to arm our enemies, he needs to go one more step and make sure he creates MORE enemies of the USA.

    HE just totally F’d the peshmerga again! THE KURDS HAVE MORE OF A LEGITIMATE RIGHT TO THEIR HOMELAND THAN THE SO-CALLED “palestinians” EVER WILL!

    This evil creature and his craven cronies won’t be happy until all sociofascists of the world laugh at us and all freedom loving peoples hate us.

    FREE KURDISTAN!

    (Bad enough when Bush hung them out to dry after the first gulf war. This is much, much worse. Amazing how forgiving the Kurds have been to American perfidy and contempt. At some point they may wake up and realize who the real “evil empire” has now become . . . US!)

  • [2] July 24, 2015 at 3:39pm

    Oh and “Fast and Furious.” So there.

  • [3] July 24, 2015 at 3:37pm

    ” . . . banning guns from law abiding citizens . . . ” you need to think on that one a bit more. Really.

    As to the 100% background checks that have been in place for decades, you should really cogitate on exactly who it is buying all these “illegal guns” [sic] and where they buy them.

    I’m pretty sure that your strawman sounds great to all your cerebrally challenged dormies; however, rational grown ups understand that the only TWO flaws in the curent NICS system are:

    - liberal health care privacy act misinterpretations preventing the medical community from reporting mental ilness into the system (a small but deadly number of potential psychos looking toally clean on the NICS). Tiny number but a concern nonetheless.
    - criminals illegally (but I repeat myself) totally OUTSIDE the NICS system.

    So yeah, other than being completely wrong AND totally irrelevant, great points well played.

  • [3] July 24, 2015 at 3:29pm

    You really have very little self awareness. Learned folks find your trollings quite amusing.

    First order (one dimensional) arguments are so insipid.

    Jingo Much? I always wondered who bought all those bumper stickers.

  • [4] July 24, 2015 at 3:26pm

    In legal theory it’s called a “bailment” or transfer of responsibility. When the movie theatre owner takes away your right to defend yourself, he or she has created a bailment where THEY are now responsible for your safety.

    It is already well established that no bailment is created when GOVERNMENT takes away your right of self defense. However, when a private party takes away your right no such sovereign immunity exists.

    Analogy: you have allergies for which you are required to carry an epi pen. A restaurant owner decides that you are not allowed to have this means of protection on your person. They feed you something which sends you into anaphalactic shock. The restaurant owner who took away your epi pen is now RESPONSIBLE for damages “but for” the fact you were unable to prevent them due to the bailment created.

    It ain’t complicated. It’s also the reason why MOST owner/operators of “gun free zones” settle out of court asap OR use city ordinances to presume “the penumbra of soverign immunity.”

    We need some families of vics to lawyer up and drag this gross injustice all the way to the supremes.

  • July 24, 2015 at 3:15pm

    Yep. I hate it that The Blaze is doing the same thing.

    I always thought a source of “journalism for thoughtful people*” would be incredibly valuable. The Blaze was perhaps intended to be something more than an AP and/or MSM press release reposting clickbait scam.

    * A place where you could read the communitard agitprop from the AP etc. on the left hand side with (embedded or parallel) analysis deconstructing the template based drivel. For example, a recent AP story about ” . . . Trump insulting latinos . . . ” would be contrasted with what he ACTUALLY SAID and pointing out how the language used in the “mainstream version” was misleading.

    You know, “journalism” vs. “agitprop.”

    A dream as of yet unfulfilled. Mebbe I should start a news interprefication service. Like the scene in “Airplane” where the little old lady interprets “jive” into “english.” Americans need a service to translate “Mediaspeak” into “english.”

  • [7] July 24, 2015 at 3:08pm

    . . . And the inane, predictable trollnutters and communitards from the left . . . Paid Soros/AmeriCorps “Volunteers” [sic] . . . Striving to give meaning to their insipid lives by pretending to have “witty” observations to make . . .

  • [1] July 23, 2015 at 5:18pm

    From the NASA Mission Summary web page: “When a planet passes in front of a star as viewed from Earth, the event is called a “transit”. On Earth, we can observe an occasional Venus or Mercury transit. These events are seen as a small black dot creeping across the Sun—Venus or Mercury blocks sunlight as the planet moves between the Sun and us. Kepler finds planets by looking for tiny dips in the brightness of a star when a planet crosses in front of it—we say the planet transits the star.

    Once detected, the planet’s orbital size can be calculated from the period (how long it takes the planet to orbit once around the star) and the mass of the star using Kepler’s Third Law of planetary motion. The size of the planet is found from the depth of the transit (how much the brightness of the star drops) and the size of the star. From the orbital size and the temperature of the star, the planet’s characteristic temperature can be calculated. From this the question of whether or not the planet is habitable (not necessarily inhabited) can be answered.”

    Feel any better about what we actually “know” about these objects vs. how much is “wishful thinking” or fantasy?

  • July 23, 2015 at 5:13pm

    I know science is beyond some people, but shouldn’t we be able to do better than just post a NASA press release?

    Horrible treatment of the (two year old) “discovery.” Any decently edjumacated 16+ year old should ask for some clarification on what is “known” (and how, and to what degree of certainty) vs. what is “estimated” (and how, and to what degree of uncertainty).

    What instrumentation technology was used to assess the size, mass, orbital distance, and composition of the companion object?

    Back in the early 1980s we were using speckle interferometry to catch “probable stellar companion objects” through the atmosphere using visible spectrum light alone. Pretty sketchy stuff with lots of uncertainty.

    I know the instrumentation on the Kepler is orders of magnitude better . . . but speculating on the presence of life and elemental makeup/atmosphere of a dark mass thousands of lightyears away? Not hardly ethcial. Unless you are pulling the wool over the meat puppets eyes for the purpose of sucking some more taxpayer cash…

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  • [12] July 23, 2015 at 4:47pm

    Do the Blaze cut-and-pasters even read the AP crap they post? Jason repeats- without question or correction- the MSM lies (not mischaracterizations, not honest mistakes, but WILLFUL LIES INTENDED TO PERSONALLY DAMAGE ANOTHER*) about what Trump said, how he said it, and who is behind the AstroTurf ButtHurt that is now the MSM megameme.

    *Glenn, your troopers are breaking commandments- the “Big Ten” not just shellfish and natural fabrics- multiple times every day on YOUR website. If WE (your loyal visitors) can see it, I’m sure “Mr. Every Hair On You Head/Every Sparrow That Falls” is noticing too. Bearing false witness with the intent to defame IS A BFD.

  • July 23, 2015 at 4:35pm

    Not fer nuthin, what the “study” [sic] claims to answer can actually be answered by real science. Real science must be too hard for this little hamlet called “Cornell.”

    What, “Cornell” is actually a school of some sort?

    No Way!

  • [2] July 23, 2015 at 4:30pm

    Totally faked.

  • July 23, 2015 at 4:28pm

    Good lord I pray this “study” didn’t get published anywhere. Real scientists have a tough enough time with their credibility as it is. We don’t need lame-ass sophomoric excresences like this self absorbed circle jerk to make us look any worse.

  • [1] July 23, 2015 at 4:25pm

    Goodness gracious Blaze/Jon . . . Agree with sentiment about the bogosity of this “story.” The “crap science” (the term “junk science” is too complimentary for this inane, misleading tripe) of the so-called “study” [sic] is beyond ludicrous. I hope the undergrad who wrote this paper for class got an F on it . . .

    1. How many people (out of all residents) “tweet” in the first place?
    2. How “representative” of the population are the tweediots?
    3. Do people tweet about everything they do in proportion to everything they do?
    4. What criteria did they use to classify tweets as “food” or “activities” vs anything else?

    Okay, so maybe they studied “the things tweediots tweet about that could be interpreted by me to be either food or activity the way I define them broken down by “state” political boundaries associated with their ISP ID.”

    In other words . . . .

  • [7] July 12, 2015 at 6:56am

    It’s been 5 years since I have visited Chitcago. On the last visiit, I witnessed city busses not stopping for white passengers (yes, all the drivers are black), black people ganging up on whites to cut in front of them in lines to prevent them from attending events, groups of black panhandlers surrounding whites (foreign tourists most vulnerable) to shake them down while black LEOs stood by and turned away, black servers in restaurants ignoring white patrons, etc. etc. etc.

    I can’t imagine it has gotten any better in the last 5 years. Black Privilege owns the city.

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