I was told that the Washington team was going to keep the name, but change the mascot to a potato.
 August 14, 2014 at 7:33am
Where is the associated stories of rioting in Albuquerque? Not every part of society has the animal mentality ingrained into their beings.
August 2, 2014 at 4:19pm
I have not been to Mary’s yet. It is now on my list to try. Thank you Mrs. Haglund.
Another good restaurant, without the discount, is The District. It is across the street from Mary’s.
July 11, 2014 at 9:08am
Why are so many public owned buildings, considered “gun free”? Public schools, government office buildings, post offices, etc are all public owned- paid for and supported by tax money. I understand if a private business like Target or Ikea do not want firearms in their store, but a public building should be governed by the public laws. I would not open carry in one of theses establishments, but if I am carrying concealed, who would know.
 June 8, 2014 at 7:15pm
Not bad. The symphony just cannot get enough bass to sound right.
Metallica’s S&M cd is better. Metallica and San Francisco Symphony.
He should have told the fifteen year old to go home. She doesn't belong there.
Promising a can or, in this case, a whole warehouse full of whoop ass will settle a lot of people down.
The article said that "its never a good idea to encourage violence". Clearly…sometimes it is!
You may be ambivalent (or even approving) over the "get'em" sentiment expressed here (and cheered by the crowd), but you just have to laugh when immediately upon Lewis' threat to incite a crowd to vigilante violence he restarts his song at the lyrics "the road to Hell along the way is paved with good intentions."
Is that irony or is that irony?
December 1978, Richfield Coliseum in Ohio. Ted Nugent was headlining the show. Someone in the crowd started lighting firecrackers every few minutes and throwing them over the crowd. I don't know what kind of firecrackers they were, but they were loud, even over Ted's music (which was pretty loud). After a while, Nugent stopped the show and said, "If anybody happens to see whoever is throwing the firecrackers, I want you to catch the guy and eat his f**king face off!" Not another firecracker for the rest of the show.
 May 8, 2014 at 3:03pm
How about we pay those pushing common core by using the common core math.
There are 30 kids in each class. There are 15 classes in each school. 10 schools in the district. The superintendent gets paid $1.00 per hour for each child in school. At the end of the week what is the superintendent’s pay check (before taxes)? answer $25. It is close enough and the superintendent is being paid.
 May 7, 2014 at 8:29am
I voted for Brannan. I talked to a woman in Mooresville yesterday morning and she said she heard that Brannon supported socialism. It sounds like some were using the old “if you cannot beat them then make s__t up about them” tactics. I corrected her be telling her that Tillis was the same as Hagan, and both supported all of the federal government overreach- common core, Obamacare, marriage.
Not to mention Tillis spent roughly 20 times more than Brannan to get the simple minded, like the person you just mentioned, to vote for them. When these candidates can just wade through whole oceans of the stupid and uninformed, we will lose elections nationwide.
April 24, 2014 at 11:53am
He has always had a good personality while on TV. I have never met him personally, but have seen his news spots regularly. He did not always do the weather, he also did some of the personal interest stories. Best of luck Austin.
April 22, 2014 at 1:07pm
The “greenies” think that outdoorsmen are bad for the environment. By keeping populations of deer down, the local farmers get a better yield from their crops.
Seeing the smiles on the faces of your kids, when they reel in a bass, is worth more than any environmental movement can try to force us to pay. Catch and release is NOT harmful to the environment.
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.
You have to make a whole paragraph of "B-B-B-But..." just so you can get around to your token 'well they should do that and uh they sorta deserve it and uh...'
 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. Theblaze.com 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.
I've had much an understanding about the rule as it seems you do. Colleges regulate and block their internet of sites because it's their internet and they want it used for study.
Under my understanding, this now allows ISP to decide what content you can get. They don't like porn, no porn for you. No Glenn Beck no Glenn Beck. It means the internet is no longer the free exchange of ideas, but much like cable TV where you get what they allow you to have.
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”)?
You do know they aren't in the US and are overseas and that's how they spell and pronounce it over there, right?
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.