User Profile: I Aint PC

I Aint PC

Member Since: May 26, 2011

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  • April 18, 2014 at 9:02am

    How many of the freedom from religion activists and supporters are taking off on Good Friday and Easter Monday? How many of them gladly take off work on December 25? How many enjoy being off in Sundays? The freedom from religion people should be the first to volunteer to work on those days to allow others with religious beliefs to be off. They could then have another day off during the week to compensate.

    I do not agree with their sign being damaged because they also have the freedom of speech, however, they need to accept the same treatment that they give out.

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  • April 1, 2014 at 7:27pm

    Nick Searcey sounds like a good guy. I have heard him doing interviews and promoting “Justified” on the Jon Boy & Billy Big Show. I was not aware of he and his wife having adopted a son, but that is another mark in the good column as far as I am concerned. I just wish he was on “Justified” more this season. Not to spoil it for others, but I watch it every week and know the story line.

    Walton Goggins is another good, underrated actor on this show. I do not know, or care, what his politics are, he is still a good actor. His Shane Vandrell on “The Shield” may have been a racist ____, but he was just acting a part.

  • January 31, 2014 at 6:55pm

    In order to save money, the TSA (touch some a–) is going to hire jailed child molesters to do the screenings. They are already in government service and are used to touching children inappropriately.

  • January 31, 2014 at 6:51pm

    The picture of the guy holding the sign pretty much sums up the left’s view. He is holding the sign and giving the “bird”. The attitude that the left has taken- we will do what we want and if you do not like it then —- you.

    I see he is holding a water bottle in his hand as well, but there is no denying the attitude and line of thought.

  • January 15, 2014 at 7:15am

    The Internet Service Provider is the doorway to get to the internet. The size of the door is limited by the size of the opening, ie 5 meg download, 30 meg download, etc. What I bring in the door is my business, not the ISPs. If it is too large to fit in the door, then I have to wait for it to download or buy a bigger door.

    As the article said, the ISP could eventually control what sites you can visit. With most media being left leaning, that could lead to a ban or an increased rate to view sites such as The Blaze. I feel it is to the content provider to control rates to the sites, not the ISP. is free to access, if I want to view all content the Blaze tv site, I have to pay the Blaze a fee for access rights.

    Also, in a rural area, we are limited to the number of ISPs so there is little competition. Where I live, I have one cable company, Charter- which does not hat the Blaze channel, and DSL through a phone company. Right now, Charter has the better price, but with competition, it could improve.

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  • November 12, 2013 at 9:34am

    He lived in Cary (Conceived And Ready for Yankees.) Cary is where the northern liberals move, because they do not like where they are from, then try to get NC to be just like where they were from.

  • October 29, 2013 at 9:13am

    The do not believe in God, but they will let their kids wear shoes that say they believe in dead Egyptians wrapped in cloths (“I believe in Mummy”)?

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  • October 14, 2013 at 11:20am

    I am not a fan of Obama. I do not like his political views. I fully support the Second Amendment. However, anyone who makes death threats are cowards. It is a pointless action to make a threat on anyone’s life. We have the freedom of speech in in this nation. Use it accordingly. But threatening anyone is just cowardice.

  • October 11, 2013 at 7:07pm

    Instead of sending him to prison, they ought to make him live in Detroit in the hood and find a job in Detroit.

  • October 11, 2013 at 12:02pm

    If Christmas songs offend someone, then that someone may not want to go to the Christmas concert. I do not like country music, so I do not go to country concerts. I also do not try to force the country musician to stop, because I do not like that style of music. There are people who like county music, they can still attend a country music concert.

    If those in groups like the freedom from religion (we do not like religion, so you cannot like religion) would take this stance, then they might gain more respect. I rank them less than congress, which is ranked less than dog poop.

  • September 29, 2013 at 7:15pm

    There are 2 jack-asses in the White House that Ahmed’s father can have to replace the two he sold.

  • September 24, 2013 at 8:41am

    Valdese is a small community. Barely a speck on the map. The biggest joke in the article is Sydney Mason’s quote “Why is there a nine millimeter or .38 being pulled in my small neighborhood of Valdese, where there are small children?” There are larger calibers and even those “dreaded” small caliber AR-15s in her neighborhood. I go through Valdese a couple times a month and my parents live near there. If a dog, in any neighborhood, is acting aggressive toward me, and the owner is not there to control it, I would put it down myself.

  • September 14, 2013 at 8:52am

    If a name or a word offends someone that much, go craw back under your rock. Anyone who thinks Redskins, Fighting Irish, etc are offensive, need to check out some of the names in BASEketball. Names like Dallas Felons, New Jersey Informants, Detroit Lemons, L.A. Riots, and San Francisco Ferries could be offensive to some, but humorous to others. If you do not like the team name, then do not root for them. If Washington thinks that the “Redskins” is offensive, then the franchise should move to another city that would be glad to have a football team.

  • August 28, 2013 at 9:35am

    If that little hit hurt the kid, then he does not need to be playing football. What would happen when a 250 lb linebacker nails him? Football is a contact sport. They wear pads for a reason.

    I played center. The worst hit I got was in practice by my teammate. He was deaf and playing in front of me. I twitched the ball and he nailed me. He gouged my helmet with his facemask. I learned quickly to not move until I snapped the ball.

  • August 25, 2013 at 7:48am

    I know enough spanish to figure out how to order at Taco Bell. I know a few phrases in Russian to make a point to the spanish speakers that we speak English here.

  • August 25, 2013 at 7:43am

    I could support flag burning if that is the flag to be burned.

  • July 31, 2013 at 9:17am

    Remember the original “Robocop” movie? It was set in Detroit and there was a commercial in the movie where the guy would say “I’d buy that for a dollar!” See if he wants the house.

  • July 29, 2013 at 9:52am

    If you swat a “killer” bee and kill it, even in self-defense, the DOJ is going to investigate you for racism because it was an Africanized bee.

  • July 26, 2013 at 9:42am

    The report is from WRAL in Raleigh. They were just interviewing people in Cary- the city Conceived And Ready for Yankees. Those residents are the transplants from liberal areas that did not like where they lived, moved south and are trying to implement the same policies that made them leave to begin with.

  • July 26, 2013 at 9:29am

    So where are the Freedom From Religion people or the atheists? They seem to cry about things such as the Star of David on the Holocaust Museum, or a Jesus statue in the middle of the woods, but do not say a word about the “leader” of our nation hosting a religious dinner in the house that we own?

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