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  • [1] November 9, 2015 at 2:17pm

    You always investigate a shooting/murder. When there are discrepancies in the “facts” from both sides, you dig even deeper.

  • [2] August 2, 2015 at 10:58am

    Good on this guy, but it all starts with the parents who are probably standing right there encouraging the gathering. It’s a violent world over there …. always has been. Always will be.

  • April 9, 2015 at 10:13pm

    I guess Danny Devito is eff’ed.

  • [1] April 9, 2015 at 10:09pm

    What’s the base line height???

    If 6’2″ is the base line height, and someone is 5’0″, is this study is saying they have a 78% greater chance of dieing from coronary artery disease? And when does the percentage start to drop off? Surely it’s not linear. If so, then someone who shorter than 4’6″ has a >100% chance of dieing from coronary artery disease. This study has no validity until they establish a baseline of height … actually, this study has no validity at all in my opinion.

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  • [3] February 26, 2015 at 8:34pm

    I grew up without the internet in the 80′s, and I’m confident I can live without it again if it gets that bad. I got rid of DirectTV four years ago and currently don’t have any TV access. There’s only about seven or so sites I visit on the internet each day (and no, one of them is not facebook). There are sooooo many other wonderful things to spend my limited time on this planet doing rather than reading about what other people think, saw or think they know, none of whom I have ever met.

    What is really quite liberating, is knowing I am not addicted to the internet like so many people I see in restaurants, malls, airports, parks, sporting events, etc. These people can’t even have a conversation with the person next to them without looking at their phone! It’s sad to see so many people disconnected from reality and plugged into the internet, addicted to stuff that is completely contrived, phoney and irrelevant. To be honest, we may be better off without it in some ways, but who am I to tell other people what they should and shouldn’t do?

    The only reason government is so interested in the internet is they know it controls a vast majority of the people. Don’t get me wrong, I hate to see the government take it over, and I don’t want that, but there is really nothing I can do about it. So instead of giving them the satisfaction of controlling me, I’d rather not participate and find other things to do in life.

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  • [3] January 3, 2015 at 10:32pm

    It’s simple folks. Do not move to New York, New Jersey, Maryland or California. Doing so means you voluntarily forfeit your constitutional rights. You can fight the system, but don’t be surprised when you lose. And the Federal Government is NOT there to help you.

  • [1] January 3, 2015 at 10:24pm

    It’s sad that it’s come to hanging a flyer out the window of one’s car to prove innocence. But, as I’ve personally experienced, despite not having drank an ounce or smoked an once, a cop told me he smelled pot in the car only to have me pull over for further inspection. It’s lame, and sadly, this is what’s it has come to. It’s got very little to do with drunk drivers and more to do with police control and the wielding or power of the people, and I applaud most of the non-intrusive folks who push back a bit.

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  • [1] September 25, 2014 at 7:09pm

    Cop got off lucky if he’s only been fired.

  • September 25, 2014 at 7:05pm

    Maybe they should carpet bomb the forest. It would be cheaper than paying 1,000 LEOs to fail miserably. It could also be less damaging PR-wise than forcing residents out of their homes against their will.

  • [6] September 25, 2014 at 7:03pm

    More bad PR by law enforcement. If the LEOs do this crap long enough (violating the Constitution), a whole generation will grow up despising the police and then they’ll have a way bigger problem on their hands.

  • [4] September 25, 2014 at 6:44pm

    WHAT?! You mean the FBI can’t violate the 4th amendment? And you’re telling me people don’t want to voluntarily surrender their 4th amendment rights?! The audacity!

    The fact the FBI director is astonished by this means he doesn’t take the oath to uphold the constitution seriously. He should be relieved of his duties immediately.

  • September 24, 2014 at 12:21am

    I’m pretty sure illegally trespassing aliens consume more water than the trees. Maybe if there were fewer of them (say 8 million?), California would have a lot more water.

  • [1] September 20, 2014 at 5:21pm

    So … where was this? How did the tree fall? Cost to repair the “car”? Where is the meat to this article?!

  • [1] September 9, 2014 at 12:41am

    Sorry Panera Bread, but I don’t feel safe in gun free zones. Guess I won’t be eating there (disclaimer: it’s been over 2 years since I’ve been anyhow, so nothing really changes for me).

  • August 12, 2014 at 11:04pm

    Those police officers look ridiculous. Green camo in the city with light brown boots, and knee pads down around their shins turned 90 degrees the wrong way? These goof balls are to real riot police what The Monkees were to the Beatles.

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  • [1] August 8, 2014 at 11:32pm

    The prosecutor really feels this is reasonable punishment? C’mon.

  • [6] July 29, 2014 at 1:39am

    If you want to survive total economic collapse, you better get as far away from people as you can and only interact with them when you must. Working together as a team is a socialist BS idea. “Teaming” up with neighbors is ridiculous. How many times have you spoken to your neighbor? How about their neighbor? Are they prepared and what can they offer? Are you going to trust them with your supplies? Your neighbors will sell you out, rob from you, or do WHATEVER is necessary to keep their family and themselves alive. Or, as soon as another group of folks that out number your group figures out you’re hoarding and stockpiling, the game is up. You’ll be overrun, and if you’re lucky, all you’ll have left is your life. Then what? Forget teaching friends how to live like the Amish. Way too late for that!

    You better move far away from any major cities so rioting mobs can’t walk that far. Buy a chunk of land now, anywhere far away. Start learning how to camp for long periods of time. Learn to fish, hunt and skin. Get in shape. Simplify until a reset takes hold, then start to trust people again.

    Watch youtube clips of the LA riots. It’s absolute chaos and ridiculous to think anyone can survive long term in a city living out of their house. The civilized people hunkered down in their homes hoping to hell they didn’t have to shoot someone trying to crash down their door. How long you think you’ll last? A month? Maybe two? You’re DEAD if you stick around that long. It wa

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  • [6] July 29, 2014 at 12:54am

    Gold is worthless in total economic collapse. For example, gold won’t help you when:

    1) Grocery stores are looted and resupply routes won’t reopen for months.
    2) Fuel stations are looted and resupply routes won’t reopen for months.
    3) Gun stores are sold out or looted, with no way to buy more ammo.
    4) Marshall law is passed.
    5) Electricity and heating gas prices skyrocket due to infrastructure collapse
    6) Garbage collection services stop
    7) Medical services shutdown (EMT, Ambulances) and hospitals are cesspools of disease.

    You can’t pay someone with gold, when that “someone” doesn’t have anything to sell you (Materials or services). There isn’t going to be a toilet paper man driving up and down the street. And even if there was, are you going to shave off a few filings of gold from that Krugerrand, or you just going to give him the whole thing? Glenn is probably right on some level about a collapse, but I’ve come to realize, his solutions are lacking, and in my opinion, the ones he does offer are wrong and naive.

    I learned a lot during the LA Riots. The one freaking thing I remember most was going 4 days without toilet paper because the grocery stores had been looted. I also remember thinking how much distrust I had in people and the cops. I didn’t tell anyone what I did have because I didn’t want to be a target. And we didn’t answer the door or leave the house for 7 days. No way anyone can do that in a city of size for months on end. You got to get

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  • [4] July 28, 2014 at 11:59pm

    Around the same percentage of blacks also supported Obama … a second time … and he’s done nothing but hurt them more than any past president.

  • [23] June 30, 2014 at 1:19am

    The officer could have:

    1) Knocked on the door of the owner and asked if they could restrain their dog.
    2) Had the police dispatcher phone the house and ask them to restrain the dog.
    3) Called animal control to restrain the dog.
    4) Not entered the property.

    Shooting the dog as the first choice should result in the officer being fired, because he’s clearly not bright enough to be an officer, or at the very minimum, have his gun privileges revoked. People who are incapable of rational thought and who lack problem solving skills should NOT be police officers.

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