User Profile: HooterBro388


Member Since: February 24, 2013


  • December 5, 2013 at 10:57pm

    Stupid hurts for a reason. I have no idea why this guy didn’t get a good running start to get away from the cliff face.

  • December 5, 2013 at 10:52pm

    I don’t think I could ever use Liberal and wonderful in the same sentence to describe the always offended and ever hateful people they are.

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  • December 1, 2013 at 9:00am

    Janet, someone has seriously screwed your head up and filled it with racist, dangerous knowledge. Hitler had over six million Jews killed outright in WWII. Not to mention the fact that his world dominance aspirations cost the lives of millions upon millions more. Not just Jews, but millions of the very people he so emphatically insisted should rule the world. Those people living within, and without, of his evil empire.

    Everything that man said or wrote was the ramblings of a serial killer who worked his way into the leadership of a country. Germany is not a country to be adored even today. For they are still living under the shackles of world wide scrutiny and disdain.

    To blame the state this world finds ourselves in on Jewish people alone is to turn a blind eye to the mass of things that truly make up the trouble we are in.

  • November 19, 2013 at 6:51am

    @Proverbs Now that’s funny! I don’t care who ya are!

  • November 18, 2013 at 10:01am

    foobared…..please learn what the word “racism” means.

  • November 18, 2013 at 6:48am

    That teacher had likely just gotten his insurance cancellation notice and wanted to punch the first person who looked like they could be Obama’s son. It’s Bush’s fault and we are all racists.

  • November 16, 2013 at 1:58pm

    Black America doesn’t think their “savoir” is doing them right. As so many low income people of all races tend to say today, “Why you gotta do me like this?” Like the white kid I saw on Cops the other day who was observed making a drug sale to someone. So the cop that saw him rushes in and puts him on the ground pretty hard to prevent the guy from trying to eat the evidence. The cop cuffs this POS up and the whole time, this kid is saying “What did I do?” over and over again. Once the cop makes it clear the kid is under arrest for drugs, the kid says, “Why you gotta do me like this?” Like it’s the cops fault this kid is selling drugs.

    The mind set for so many of our Black Americans isn’t what can they do for this Country, but what will this Country do for THEM. This is clearly illustrated beginning at the :57 second mark when the female says, and I paraphrase, “He (Obama) was supposed to take care of his own people. Now all the money is going in the white man’s pocket, not ours.”

    That lady has on some very nice clothes, hair is styled *just right*, she has on jewelry and likely drives a nice car. I doubt her parents have insurance to put her on, so now she’s upset.

    I’d be willing to bet that 99% of those students voted for Obama. Twice. Even though they have heard people like Pelosi say, “We have to pass it to know what’s in it.” College educated, yet no red flags went up when they heard that?

    You reap what you sow. Taxpayers owe you nothing

  • November 16, 2013 at 8:42am


    If an atheist is offended by a mans email signature, it is because you CHOOSE to be offended. I’m sure that if an atheist who worked at that hospital had a sig saying, “God doesn’t exist, but this email does”, there would be no problems with it.

    And if a muslim person had “allah is great” as part of their sig, NO ONE would say a thing because they’d be afraid.

    The simple fact is Christians are under attack in this Country.

  • November 15, 2013 at 2:05pm

    Not related to the story in the least. Thus, this is not interesting in the least.

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  • November 14, 2013 at 8:44am

    McCain is part of the old establishment that needs to be let go. Two days ago, I read a story where McCain claims that he has people “begging him to run for President again”. I thought, well, he couldn’t do that after supporting Obamacare. Then it hit me. He’s going to say something negative about Obamacare here soon. I wonder what? And then he dares to say all of this after his traitorous alignment with Obama over the program. Go home McCain. You’re drunk.

  • November 13, 2013 at 9:10pm

    Something a lot of you aren’t recognizing. This guy who owns Snapchat has most likely created software that is now Patented and Copyrighted and is so revolutionary, the code alone is what Facebook is after more than the actual implementation as used by the owner.

    If FB is offering $3B for the company, then ALL Patents and Copyrights go with that company. It also means that more than likely, the code alone would save FB that much money in server space, maintenance, employees, future income from issuing Copyrights on the certain parts of the code, so on and so forth.

    Just looking at SnapChat and saying, “That isn’t worth $3B! What an idiot for not selling!” isn’t taking into account a lot of other immediate income pathways from acquiring it.

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  • November 10, 2013 at 8:29am

    I think that was completed long before now hotcup!

  • November 10, 2013 at 7:43am

    What gets me about the tweets is the idiotic people who say Conan’s joke is racist.

    islam is NOT a race. muslim is NOT a race.

    So you cannot be “racist” for disliking either.

  • November 2, 2013 at 3:26pm

    My childhood would make most people cry. The things I and my siblings went through, my parents, all of it is as shocking as any story you could think of reading.

    Through a young adult life living as a Godless man, sure, I did some things I’m not proud of. Trying to get anyone killed because I was upset with them isn’t one of them. Through the power of God’s forgiveness, I have become a much better person and live a good enough life. A life that I certainly do not deserve. No, I’m not rich. But we do OK. We have all we need and some of what we want.

    Despite the trauma’s of my childhood, of which there were many, and despite the trauma’s I’ve experienced throughout adulthood, of which there are many, I try to live my life in a way that will make God proud of me. Make my wife and kids proud of me. And so I earn the respect of my friends and neighbors.

    Life is what you choose to make of it. This woman chose badly. I hope she has learned her lesson. However, I will not be reading her book.

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  • November 2, 2013 at 3:04pm

    This post of yours is greatly indicative of how truly mad you are. You really think most mothers will prostitute their KIDS to earn money for themselves?

    I’d dare say that if anything, a mother would prostitute herself to FEED her kids.

    Having said that, I believe that mother’s are more protective of their kids than you could ever be of any one or any thing.

  • November 2, 2013 at 2:59pm

    Dude, I really hope that Obamacare will cover your meds. Cause you sure aren’t taking them now.

  • November 2, 2013 at 2:54pm

    Right now, at this stage, Global Climate Change is just a huge money maker for those who force it on the rest of us. Common sense changes in how we utilize our current resources, pollution prevention, outlawing things like Nuclear Energy, pesticides that don’t break down in the environment, synthetic chemicals that have no natural way of breaking down once unleashed on our environment, so on and so forth, those changes would do more to prevent us mucking this planet up more so than the stupid BS Obama, Gore and those other liars are trying to convince the world of.

  • November 2, 2013 at 2:51pm

    @Proverbs….Don’t get me wrong. I too think that Global Warming or Climate Change, whatever they are calling it this month, is mostly bogus. However, your analogy doesn’t take into account what would happen if all Glaciers melted. The North Pole is all ice, so your analogy would apply there. However, the South pole has land mass supporting much of the ice there. If all of that were to melt due to “Global Climate Change”, along with the glaciers on land, we would see a drastic change in ocean height.

    I do believe that if we, as the human race, continue the way we are, eventually we will make an irreversible impact on a Global Scale. All that radiation leaking out of Fukushima is MUCH more important a topic to worry about than GCC IMHO. If we were to continue to tear down the rain forests, cause the food chain to link differently due to the encroachment of Humanity, pollute our waters, so on and so forth, we COULD eventually change how and what type of life is supported on this beautiful, God gifted planet. Kinda like filling up that same glass of ice water to the very brim and dropping in just ONE more ice cube.

  • November 2, 2013 at 2:39pm


    Since you don’t believe in the Bible, I’d imagine it’s pretty difficult to take it seriously. However, you and others point out repeatedly, that you don’t have to believe in God or Jesus to be a good person. And surely, that is quite true. But are you a good person when you basically tell people to commit suicide since they DO believe?

    Funny that I do not feel oppressed. Indeed, since I became a Christian, I feel more free than I ever have before! Why? Because I was already living my life pretty well. Not great mind you, but I was no criminal. I was, however, overly selfish by the standard to which I hold myself today.

    Once you believe, you no longer fear hell. There’s no reason to. And just so you know, the Bible teaches us that deeds by and of themselves do not get anyone into Heaven. The only thing you need do to get into Heaven is believe in the history of Jesus and live your life as Christ-like as possible for us humans. The Lord wants us to go to Church so that we are together. Together with people of our own thinking helps us to stay strong because there IS a Satan that really wishes to trip us up. And Satan does trip each and every one of us up from time to time or perhaps even every single day.

    Thing is, with Jesus and God’s forgiveness, we can learn from our mistakes and try to do better. We aren’t held accountable for every sin. Just those we choose to do knowing they are sins. This doesn’t mean you go to hell, but atone for those s

  • November 2, 2013 at 8:20am

    When I first read this, I did have to chuckle a bit.

    Having said that, I would hope most of our representatives are above doing things like this. I expect this from Demoncrats. Not so much from Repubs.

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