User Profile: Jayms


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  • [-3] June 1, 2015 at 9:48am

    @cclesue What? Did you just say that the women in your life think they’re magical and mystical? That’s called egoism, the worshiping of oneself. That’s different than believing in a higher power (a power higher than oneself). If you’re not going to argue it’s because you’re weak and pitiful.

  • [5] June 1, 2015 at 9:43am

    Catholics aren’t Christians? Man, some people are so dumb it’s kinda funny.

  • [2] June 1, 2015 at 9:35am

    @WhoIsJohnGit – You’re*
    Okay, then try this with the next person you meet that identifies themselves as Atheist or non-believer, ask them whether they would rather have a world without religion. If they say yes they are a political hacks that learned about religion only from Liberal movies, also known as Atheists or Progressives. Their battle is socio-political, so it’s based on superficial knowledge of the world and causality.

    If they tell you that religion plays a pivotal role in in world affairs and is integral to civilization but they still don’t believe, they are non-believers.

    I’ve explained all this to you already – there is a difference. The difference lies in discrimination. Discrimination is not a bad word – it clarifies, it teaches us to choose one thing over another, to choose wisely. Liberals have turned that into a bad word in order to keep you from choosing wisely. It’s the same reason they call themselves ‘Progressive’ – they’ve taken that word and twisted its meaning to suit themselves.

    There’s nothing progressive about Progressivism – it’s very much regressive, but they use that word to ensnare the young and indiscriminate; the impressionable. It’s the same as creating a political movement called Joyism, then claiming that if you’re not a Joyist then you can know no joy. Use your brain. Discriminate. Choose wisely, not blindly. Non-believers are not Atheists.

  • [6] June 1, 2015 at 8:56am

    True. I don’t think the article was written as a form of judgement – these statistics are just there for reference, so fifty years from now when the west coast collapses into a Mad Max wasteland we can look back and follow the dots that lead to such an outcome. Religion is responsible for our modern civilization.

    I say this as a non-believer myself. I don’t have any kind of agenda, though. Some people consider themselves ‘non-believers’ because they object to Christianity only, but they’re more than willing to accept other religions for the sake of Diversity. I guess you can say that most non-believers are idiots, AKA Progressive idiots, AKA Athiests. An Atheist is different than a non-believer. The ‘real’ non-believers, like me, can actually see what religion is and how important it is, even though I don’t believe in a higher power myself. Atheists are anti-Christian, but believe everyone should respect religions beside Christianity. It’s confusing, but try talking to an Atheist – you’ll beat your head against a wall – everything in their lives is contradictory. It’s no wonder most of them turn to Progressivism, which is sort a quasi religion based on socio-political popular culture, of which Seattle is a nexus, apparently.

    I hope this makes sense, I think I need more coffee.

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  • June 1, 2015 at 8:43am

    Worshiping is not the same as believing in a higher power. I worship women, but I don’t think they’re magical or mystical.

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  • [26] May 6, 2015 at 9:31am

    When good men do nothing, or when good men do nothing and tell those that do something that they’re being ‘stupid’

    He’s essentially saying it’s ‘stupid’ to stand up to Muslim savagery. Advanced civilization has gone full-circle, apparently – no where to go but down if Bill and Gretta have their way.

  • [5] April 1, 2015 at 4:23pm

    That’s pretty amazing. The human body wants to balance itself out – you just need to allow it to do it’s thing.

  • [37] March 23, 2015 at 1:56am

    This will be good! I have a feeling Cruz will jujitsu them into a corner. All he needs to do is stick to the Constitution. We have the separations of powers FOR A REASON. Obama overspends, we shut him down, and his little government, too!

  • [27] March 23, 2015 at 1:52am

    @NeoFan. You’re absolutely right. The only way the government can make money is through taxes (and bribes and extortion on a global scale). So the money that wasn’t spent was either dirty money, blood money, or tax money.

    Wow, this is literally the government saying, “Hey public, we were going to give you money if it weren’t for those evil Republicans!” It’s so stupid, and so scary that so many people fall for it.

  • [28] March 8, 2015 at 10:14am

    Ben Carson is exactly right. Homosexuality is a choice. All SNL can do is attempt to character-assassinate him – they can’t refute what he’s said.

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  • [25] March 5, 2015 at 11:26pm

    He studied the Constitution to figure out how to unravel it. His utopian Marxist society will have a very difficult time coming to fruition with that pesky document in the way.
    But mostly he just goes with what works: create a crisis, reject alternatives, then present what he believes is the only answer to the problem and OMG it must get done NOW. Congress capitulates, Obama wipes his but with our Constitution while he’s got that sh*teating grin on his ugly face.

  • [4] February 3, 2015 at 6:31pm

    Oh, is Lynch that doofus that kept saying “I’m here so I don’t get fined”?

    Ha, now it all makes sense. They TOTALLY didn’t want that guy being the hero of the game. He’s an embarrassment to their institution.

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  • [11] February 3, 2015 at 6:26pm

    As a designer, trust me, Apple iPads, iPods, and iPhones are the best quality devices you can own. If you don’t like iOS then fine, whatever, but Apple hardware is simply the best.

  • [3] January 31, 2015 at 1:18pm

    Sprint does everything it can NOT to show you how much your phone will REALLY cost. I signed up for a $50/month plan and I’m paying $80/month. They never factor in lot of extra fees when showing you your “total.”

    The first month cost me $400 on my $50/month plan. Just stay away from Sprint. If it sounds too good to be true that’s because it is.

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  • January 31, 2015 at 1:14pm

    I don’t have a problem making calls, but if I’m in a 3G zone I can’t download ANYTHING or get a webpage to work. Apparently the ‘net only works on LTE, and that’s only in large cities and towns. It’s best just to assume you’ll have no internet service if you’re traveling.

  • [9] January 28, 2015 at 5:03pm

    Basically she’s saying that she would allow illegals special privileges as a way for the government to organize their deportation priorities.

    So, yeah – she’s for amnesty. Did you really think Obama would choose her if she wasn’t?

  • [7] January 26, 2015 at 10:04pm

    The whole idea behind these things is stupid. Working out is about HEALTH, not numbers. If you’re chasing a number then you’re doing it wrong. Health doesn’t come from calorie burning, it comes from a balance between mind and body.

    Also, these devices aren’t magical – they use accelerometers, so if your wrist isn’t moving because it’s on the handlebars of a bike but your feet are peddling furiously, the device doesn’t “know” what your legs are doing. It can still monitor your heart rate, but sitting still and watching politics can increase your heart rate, too – doesn’t mean you’re burning any significant calories.

    These things are a fad, nothing more. People buy them to remind themselves to think healthy, but actually using the device doesn’t necessarily make you healthier.

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  • [8] January 22, 2015 at 10:46am

    On the bright side, Jackie Chan can film his next movie there for super-cheap!

  • [61] January 19, 2015 at 8:32am

    Miss Israel is gorgeous! I hope she wins.

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  • [2] January 13, 2015 at 12:18am

    What’s up with that headline? It’s… actually normal. The Blaze has the worst headlines – the stupid headlines are the reason I stopped coming here.

    This one should have been, “You’ll Never Believe How Much This Surplus Machine Is Costing One State!”

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