Unless you are a tree or mammal or amphibian, we are all DAY 6.
Aside from that, remember that these lame quizzes are merely dressed up and spiced up to keep people misdirected. You are freely giving them social information that they’re using to take one step closer to the edge. Indeed, The Blaze is actually helping “them” whether they realize it or not.
humans are mammals, dear. Special ones, but still mammals.
Xavior is right.. we are all mammals here…
 November 10, 2014 at 11:53am
 October 24, 2014 at 1:56pm
I like how the tile of the article is “Stunning Revelation!” Er….no pun intended.
No. For those of us who read the Holy Bible (Romans 10:17 So, then, faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.), this isn’t news at all. Every author in the New Testament warned us of this time.
[-3] October 24, 2014 at 1:51pm
Actually….you can’t. There are plenty of moral agnostics and atheists than there are “walk the walk Christians.
What made up the whole of walking the walk is when people would go through rough times and painfully ask what gave Christians their peace, their purpose? Plenty of church-goers believe in God but that doesn’t necessarily mean their names are in the Book of Life because they’re not in God’s Word daily.
It's a choice. It has nothing to do with going to church or even being a Christian. Jesus showed us what is inside every person and it is there for every person to find and hear should you choose to look and listen.
Actually their was only one "walk the walk" Christian that ever lived and his name was JESUS CHRIST. Salvation is by grace and grace alone, so no person can brag. Their is only one thing that will keep a person from going to heaven and that is simply put, rejection of the one who walked the walked. You simply can not earn your way into heaven period.....
 October 23, 2014 at 8:29am
You’re my kind, vod.
I, too, am stuck with Han Solo.
 October 9, 2014 at 8:18am
A White House scandal and coverup?
You don’t say!
 October 8, 2014 at 10:59am
Really? Blaming the employees again?
Right. Because it’s NEVER the driver’s fault.
Here are the most popular reasons you’re stuck in drive-thru:
1. It’s raining. Even though we’ve greeted the vehicle (“Hi! Thank you for choosing us today. What can we make for you?”)….there is no reply. Why? Because the driver didn’t want to get the car wet. So we’re sitting there and sitting there and sitting there, and THEY ask, “Hello?!”
2. The driver has never been to our establishment. “I’ve never been here before.”
Then maybe you should come inside first to check us out.
3. The driver doesn’t know what they want. Unlike me, if I’m going to Taco Bell, BK, McDs, Wendy’s, Carl Jr, etc, I know which meal I’m getting before I ever pull into their parking lot.
4. Multiple beverages/meals. This is a big one! Especially if it’s the first weekend of the month. At ANY establishment that serves food and/or beverages, every server (cashier, host/ess, bartender, barista) knows that everyone is a big spender while they have the money. Not so much towards the end of the month.
5. The driver is on the phone. “Hi, what can we make for you today?” “HOLD ON!”
Yeah, that happens. Maybe you should pull to the side and finish your conversation before taking up time and space that other drivers could benefit from.
October 7, 2014 at 8:35am
The part of the country I want to live in isn’t even listed. (sigh)
October 7, 2014 at 8:34am
Who knew? Me, too!
October 7, 2014 at 8:31am
She doesn’t need a calendar: her shiny smart-phone has one for her! ;)
 October 7, 2014 at 8:28am
If you have to ask, you have no idea how thorough Nobama (and Bush, to an extent) has been to get rid of those who will defend the Constitution.
October 7, 2014 at 8:22am
These Whispers show how stupid and selfish they really are.
Do they believe that they are the ONLY people in the ENTIRE SCOPE of HISTORY that deals with returning veterans? That this is something new?
They haven’t heard of Vietnam, Korea, two World Wars, the Spanish American War, the War Between the States, and even the great Revolution that gave us our freedom? Just to name the long-running wars of our nation’s history. But trust me, the rest of the world, the rest of history, families have endured distressed homecomings, too.
Of COURSE it’s easier to love the sponsor while stationed stateside, or things are going easy, and divorce is so much easier now.
It’s sad that the majority of these women can’t shoulder the weight of being the stay-at-home Dependent: our sponsors expect us to pay the bills, take care of the children, teach the children about their sponsor’s love and the hole in THEIR hearts that they aren’t here all the time.
The dreams and expectations the sponsors have of coming home are dashed by stupid comments like, “Those cute return videos are fake!”
What changes the dynamics of the relationships is that time stands still for the sponsor earning that paycheck – and it doesn’t for the families and dependents who have access to privacy, hot water and hot meals, peaceful sleep, instant entertainment, and people not trying to kill them.
From direct expoerience, deployment is hard on all involved. I try not to judge other people or criticize what looks like weakness or frailties. My mother had a really hard time when my father was in Viet Nam twice. I personally had a marriage go down the tubes due to a year deployment. Even in peace times the military has hjigher rates of marital strife, including divorce. It is a tough demanding life style and takes its toll on prople.
A friend who came to Hawaii on R&R from Vietnam was greeted at the bottom of the plane's stairs by his wife who handed him divorce papers. We had no "cute" homecomings and were treated like lepers. It is not an easy life to be in the military and serve one's country. All members of the armed services deserve our utmost respect for their sacrifices on our behalf.
You grow apart emotionally when the person is gone (both soldier and spouse). These women weren't throwing up their hands and crying for help, they were just giving voice to the fact that it isn't as easy as it looks on TV. Soldier's have access to lots of help, spouses and children have really nowhere to turn. Bless my wife for being strong enough to deal with it.
Maybe you can use the next opportunity like this to display your deep compassion, now that you've sufficiently demonstrated your righteous scorn.
I am a military spouse. My husband has been deployed 6 times. I have my own job, pay my own bills and make sure my kids are taken care of at all times. During deployments and TDYs, it's not easy, but we military spouses do what we have to do to make it work. What you said about the majority of these women is incredibly offensive. These women can shoulder MORE than the weight of being home, whether it's working or taking care of kids. You sound so uneducated on this that I would venture to guess you have never been a military spouse. Perhaps you shouldn't throw stones.
 October 7, 2014 at 8:06am
He’ll get his due.
 October 7, 2014 at 8:04am
Getting used to deployments, I USED to ask Husband, “When do you guys leave again?” or during a heated argument, “You don’t live here! You just visit!”
And then we matured the closer he got to retirement. Now I love to see his truck in the driveway if he beats me home from work.
 October 7, 2014 at 8:02am
That attitude is because they lived a beautiful life on their Sponsor’s paycheck, which was raised to include separation pay, a housing allowance, per diem, danger pay, etc.
You’re right: those Whisperers are VERY selfish. Maybe they should try living on their OWN paychecks, without any aid and assistance from that paycheck, or discount groceries at the commissary, or cheaper purchases at AAFES.
I am a military spouse and I make my own money, shop at my local market over the commissary and LOVE LOVE LOVE Target! Perhaps you shouldn't put ALL military wives in this category. We're not all monsters.
 October 7, 2014 at 7:59am
Jarhead, as a Navy wife, I completely agree.
But remember, the whole “gimme free stuff” Pandora’s Box wasn’t until 9/11. I’ve lived with Navy wives who have done exactly what you described: use their husband’s deployment raises to live a luxurious lifestyle, or take him for all he’s worth.
It was rather embarrassing.
 October 6, 2014 at 11:28am
For a man who was slow of tongue, he talked a lot.
Reb Tevye, “Fiddler on the Roof”
 October 6, 2014 at 11:25am
Ridley Scott is an avowed atheist.
That’s all you need to know about the prism in which he made not just “Exodus” but “Prometheus.”