User Profile: imsolrpwrd


Member Since: May 28, 2011


  • February 20, 2012 at 10:52am

    Yes..It’s a shame you all voted this man in and now he’s telling us what to feed our children. Something better be done next year about him or he’ll be telling us what to buy, what to eat, when to go out, where to go…I can tell him where to go. This poor mother gave her daughter a very healthy lunch, I thought. But the Obie Patrol apparantly didn’t think so. TOO BAD… AMERICA WAKE UP..

  • November 5, 2011 at 1:26pm

    I think he should be shot! A father that beats his 16 year old like that is no father. JUST BECAUSE SHE USED THE COMPUTER??? What’s wrong with people today? That isn’t any spanking, that’s plain old abuse. It’s a beating that I would hate to get. I NEVER had to spank my daughter even tho sometimes I wanted to, but she listened to me as I knew how to TALK instead of HIT. She grew up a wonderful, thoughtful woman. People need to get a grip and this man should serve time in jail for child abuse. BTW..I am a white woman.

  • July 6, 2011 at 10:23pm

    TO SPIKE..I too have lived here all my life and won’t tell you how long that’s been, but much longer than you and I NEVER heard it called anything but a dust storm. And true, it was followed by rain. Now this one where I live in north Phx. was only a sprinkle …. just enough to get your car spotted. Who the hell put that name on this dust storm anyway????????

  • July 6, 2011 at 10:07pm

    I’ve never heard them called Haboob. What’s that even mean? They are DUST STORMS. Snow states have white outs, we have brown outs. If anyone knows what that dumb word is, please let this Native Arizonian know…DUST STORM is what that was. Whether 50 miles long or 100 miles high, it’s a DUST STORM.

  • July 6, 2011 at 10:03pm

    We’ve had these since I was a little girl. I remember we used to watch the “wall of sand” coming. It was awful because it gets into everything. ANY little crack in the house and it’s full of dust,. I got up this a.m. and had a ‘dirt’ patio. Had to blow it off the furniture, the dog, the floor, the tables, the bird bath was a mud bath. It’s just the joys of living in the Valley of the Sun. I wouldn’t have it any other way. AND NOW COME THE RAINS… I sure hope Sherrif Joes’ tents stayed up. HAHA Bet there were some very pissed off prisoners.

  • July 2, 2011 at 12:50am

    I would buy them the minute they come out and as soon as they rise…SELL, SELL, SELL!!!!!

  • July 2, 2011 at 12:48am

    AND he’s trying to destroy America from the inside out. No jobs, no money, raise prices of everything but our pay checks. Take from the Social Security people have paid into all their lives. He doesn’t know how to be an entrepreneur because he never helped anyone. He’s too busy using his position as his family credit card. Trips to Africa to help the poor???? HA she took half her family and went on a safari. That’s saving money???