User Profile: jayjayson

jayjayson

Member Since: September 21, 2010

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  • March 17, 2013 at 5:21pm

    encinom
    You are saying that a Grandmother, who is not breaking the law in any way, is attacked for doing something that is her 1st admentment right, got what she was comeing to her? What type of low life are you? Was she treating little kids? Was she racing after people in cars, and casing them to get in to an accident? These are all things that the “legit” media has done. YOU MAKE NO SENSE! Get some morals and live your life.

  • March 12, 2013 at 8:02pm

    So Keatonc333 did you know the orgainization that you are currently spouting from can no longer bring lawsuits in 15 different states. They are also being investigated by an additional 5 for miss-represting facts in court. Did you know that of the two founders, they are each barred from practicing law in several states, including Ohio. I find it interesting that people still use this orgainzation. They have brought 1489 different litigations since 1971, Won 19 – settled 712 – lost 758. The loss and win totals are adjusted for the lawsuits overturned on appeal.

  • October 22, 2012 at 12:27pm

    Bear in mind that there is one bus driver and 70 kids. If he/she didin’t see it, the school won’t care. The bus driver most likely reported the bulling to the school. If that bus driver then reported to the police, they would be fired because there was no investigation. Plus it doesn’t help that bullying is not against the law per say.

  • October 15, 2012 at 6:25pm

    We are at war with a global ideal, which will overwelm us if we do not act soon, and you want to attack Christians for their beliefs? So Christians wonder around killing anyone that speaks out against them? Do Christians get wipped up into a frenzy and burn down the local
    Temple/Moaqu/7-11 and the whole general area. Killing anyone that doesn’t believe like them. No they don’t, but others in this world do. You should turn your aim to those that will not stand the walls to defend this country. Or even the ones that are trying to bring it down.

  • August 1, 2012 at 8:05pm

    I know at our local CFA there were Gay protesters. It was funny because 1 was out at the street. His three buddies were in the back parking lot. They were getting ready to protest, I had some time and asked them some guestions. As we talked, I got them to understand that what they were doing was the same thing they accused CFA of doing. They ended up leaving, and were not back the times I went by there later in the day. Oh and the one out front?
    CFA gave him:
    Breakfast; Coffie and a chicken Biscit.
    Lunch; Ice Tea, 2 Chick-fil-A’s, and Walffel fries.
    Dinner; Ice Tea, 2 Chick-filA’s, and Carrot raisin salid.

    The location is on two very busy roads, in a high traffic area. This protester was enduring tants about his needing to find a job. From what I saw, about 4 hours total, he received no shows of support.

  • March 6, 2012 at 6:46pm

    I will say this once and only once. I drive a school bus. From what I have observed and what others I know have observed, SPANKING WORKS!!! I know that if a parent spakes their child, that child will behave for me. If the child has not been spanked, ever, then that child will not behave on the bus. The spanked child understands punishment. The unspanked child does not, since the most they will get is “talked to” as punishment.

    I also have a 11 year old son that is ADHD. He has never been on medication for it. I used the tried and ture punishment method. So has he turned out bad? No, he plays 4 sports. Became a First Class Scout faster than any of his friends and is an AB Student in advanced classes. Plus in his down time he is correcting his text books for their factural errors. I also can’t remember the last time I spanked him.

  • January 22, 2012 at 5:24pm

    I take issue with a lot of people that think they know Newt. I love the comment that everyone that knows him hates him. That is showing a real working brain. I can think of at least 3 people that have been on TV that don’t fall in to the “Know = Hate” process. YOU make your whole argument weaker by doing that. It also helps that I know personally, there were a number of Republicans in GA who pushed to have Newt run for governor instead of Deal.
    We should think back to One of Beck’s shows where he showed the three buildings. He pointed to the one with the crazy colored windows a basclly said that the net president would be the unpolished canidate. Well Newt fits that. Is he perfect? No. Would I trust him alone with a daughter? Certainly not. Would I trust him help bring the US back up and out of this NEW Great Recession (since Depression isn’t being used)? Yes. Any teacher that would let his/her lessions be recorded, sent out to different people for free, and told students to let parents see it, well I trust that person a D sight more then our current Educatior in Chief.

    In reply to nanzofsc's comment on the story Gingrich Wins SC Primary

  • December 3, 2011 at 5:14pm

    I seem to remember that the whole argument about what Cain’s wife knew about the rent was that she said,”I don’t know every dollar he spends.”

  • November 2, 2011 at 12:30pm

    You know before I watched that video, the only person that I compaired Cain to was Reagan. Reagan did the same type of Showmanship. He would joke all the time, and the left called him crazy. I will say that the three or four guys cain was compaired to are like stiff boards when they give speaches orr they are so intellectally corrupt.

    I did like Rush, Sean, and Ann’s comments about this. Ann’s comment about the Civil Rights act being a law to keep Dem’s from hanging blacks should be made into a commercial. Sorry but at this point we need to fight them harder then they fight us. Why should we? Because we have the facts on our side.

  • September 28, 2011 at 8:08pm

    I had a side business doing the books for a few mom and pop companies. All of them have gone out of business now. There are new companies doing the same things, and in the same places. I however can’ do there books because I am native born and they are not. I reported infromation I had to ICE and the reply was that they didn’t have resoruces to follow up on such a small lead.

  • July 27, 2011 at 2:26pm

    I think firing the catcher because he wussed out a bit is harsh. If the catcher had been at the right place, it would have been an easy out. However he was at least a foot to far in front of the plate. Not the best place to make that play. Before everyone starts yelling at me, I play catcher for 12 years, never made out of college, and have coached little league for 14 seasons. I always teach the catcher that their left foot should be in a place to block the plate. This catcher was not close enough to block the plate.

  • July 27, 2011 at 2:14pm

    you didn’t watch the video. The tag was missed. it looked like the only touch between the runner and catcher was arm to arm contact, so no out.

  • July 27, 2011 at 2:11pm

    I think the most inportant thing here is that the Catcher is in the wrong place to make a clear play. He should be blocking the plate more. It didn’t help him that he missed the tag. If you run the video very slowly, you can read what the Ump is saying to the coach. He says a few times that the tag was missed. Add to that the fact that the coach started cussing at him, I think the asst. coach of Pirates should be happy he didn’t get kicked out of the game. I was looking at the rules and if he was kicked out for touching the ump, which he did, both he and the head coach would miss at least one additional game.

  • July 6, 2011 at 9:53am

    Looking at the map of the States, I notice that only four are square, which is what your idea would need to work. There is something called voter variance that works better in your idea. The VV is the amount of registered voters in a district. Say District 1 has 500,000 then district 2 would should have 500,000. Well the answer is no, District 2 could have as few as 400,000 or as many as 600,000 voters and only have a a VV of 10%, which is legal with the USDOJ. What the R’s have done in Georgia is try to have less then a 0.5% VV. Which means district to district there are only about 1,000 thousand difference.

  • July 6, 2011 at 9:41am

    Bring Georgia in to this is not fair. Yes after the R’s took control in 2002, they redrew the districts. But they did it because in 2000 the D’s geremandered the districts so bad. It dosen’t help that the USDJ has final say over it too.

  • July 5, 2011 at 4:42pm

    I will say the longer and louder that Nacy Grace said she was guilty, the more I thought she wasn’t.

  • July 2, 2011 at 11:15pm

    No, we should treat them like they treat illegals on their southern boarder. (just joking about it.) Many a family has entered Mexico from the south but never was seen again. PBS did a report on this a few years ago.

  • July 2, 2011 at 11:09pm

    Hey I know my job would be much easier without illegals. One family I have to deal with was deported and less then 3 week later they were back. This protest should have been a great time to start check people. I would guess a large number of the crowd was illegals.

  • April 11, 2011 at 9:39pm

    This is the same mind set that I ran into with one of my oldest’s teachers, 3rd grade I think. My child has always been ahead on others his age in some aspects. So during the first teacher parent conference, that year, the teacher said,” don’t teach him ahead.” I’m sorry but that hit me wrong. So I told her how it was going to be. I told her that my son’s education was my responsiblity. She was assisting me in his instruction, and as such any time I felt he need additional instruction I would under take it. If he had an intrest in learning about the planetary orbits, then I would move heaven and earth to teach him it. So she could set her mind right or butt heads with me, but we know who would win this argument. She still doesn’t like me very much, but he got all A’s that year.

  • April 11, 2011 at 9:29pm

    I remeber the school system down here doing the same thing when I was in high school. They found that the salad bar was get twice as much business as the other chioces combined. They closed it and tryed to stop home lunches. There were protests and the students orgainized. We had non-eat-ins. The school Admin then took five leaders of the protest and made examples of them. In the end the only result was that less kids paid for a school lunch and more of us just left during lunch (which was against the rules.) So by trying to get us to eat better, they just made us respect them less.