User Profile: Jeloman

Jeloman

Member Since: March 12, 2011

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  • March 8, 2014 at 7:05pm

    Wait a minute! Why was this being videotaped as the girl was approaching the car??? Someone knew something was about to happen. Maybe put the girl to a dare or some gang initiation to show how brave she was? Then anyone notice how the girl moved in on the mom before the the mom clocked her? Not advocating violence but that girl showed little respect to the adult. There is more to this story.

  • February 17, 2014 at 1:43am

    Afraid to come out? Why? Fear the praise you will receive from throngs of fans, peers and Hollywood media for being brave… just like the thousands of Hollywood celebrities have done before you? Sorry Juno… you are no trailblazer on this issue. I am sick of gays making up this fear thing when all they is praise. It’s those that have a different moral view of homosexuality that have something to fear.

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  • February 17, 2014 at 1:06am

    The problem is a racial one… not with the Conti’s, or even the kid doing the harrassing (white kids sexxually harass), but the school not confronting the black kid. I believe the school was in fear of being sued for racism and hoped the situation would just go away. The idiot black guy Evans that showed up at the news conference is a perfect example of how the black community continuously shifts blame and does not call their own to personal responsibility. We see this “rally around the black criminal” mentality in almost every major news story, even when the black perpetrator is obviously guilty. The school is afraid to take action, either because of the football program, or because they think Al and Jesse are going to show up at their doors screaming racism and telling everyone what a great kid this little $%56 Trayvon is.

  • December 8, 2013 at 11:18am

    News reports say the man is NOT crazy. He actually just came from the movie theatre where he watched a double feature of the movies “12 Years a Slave” and “The Butler”. Apparently this was a natural reaction.

  • October 13, 2013 at 10:38am

    I prefer this song played at our local high school’s football game:

    I got this feeling on the summer day when you were gone.
    I crashed my car into the bridge. I watched, I let it burn.
    I threw your **** into a bag and pushed it down the stairs.
    I crashed my car into the bridge.

    I don’t care, I love it.
    I don’t care.

  • August 25, 2013 at 1:18pm

    You do realize the mourners are in Australia….

  • August 23, 2013 at 7:41pm

    If I am GZ I am praying that any articles related to him or Trayvon completely disappear from the newswires.

  • August 23, 2013 at 9:06am

    Best safety for GZ is to stay out of the news and lime light for a long time.

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  • August 23, 2013 at 8:48am

    Exactly, just look how the young murderers of Tuba man in Seattle were “rehabilitated” after serving a few months in juvy…. they went on and committed more crimes, including murder, burglaries, and other weapons related charges! That after getting a slap on the wrist for brutally killing a beloved local citizen who played his tuba at Seattle sporting events. Should have put the animals down.

  • August 22, 2013 at 3:06pm

    Heck, this case is nothing compared to the absolute travesty that happened to Henry Louis Gates by that police officer. I mean, of course Obama is going to make comments about the Gates case and have a beer summit to discuss the racial profiling problem before he would ever address such an uncommon and isolated little issue such as black thug on innocent white murder. Really, how much could Obama do or what could he possibly say to help change such a trivial matter as whites getting what they deserve? Let’s WAKE UP!!!

  • August 10, 2013 at 7:48pm

    Good rendition. Let that be a warning to any other punk thugs who are casing residents for their next burglary while high on drugs. Make them think twice. Painting should be called the last words of a thug…. “You got me”

  • August 3, 2013 at 1:52pm

    Perhaps these so called “agents” could be cross-trained to take care of the human wildlife roaming the streets of Chicago where real crimes are being committed. Probably more than a few there that need to be tranquilized.

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  • August 3, 2013 at 10:49am

    Nazi analogies and accusations have been used so many times against so many politicians and political organizations over the years, who is really mislead to believe them anyway? Heck, I think Glenn used to pull a Nazi or brown shirt comparison every so often. Over-use of Nazi labeling has made what should be a legitimate concern for evil intent and tactics by those in power into a term that most have grown numb to and would likely not be recognized should history, God forbid, every repeat itself.

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  • July 30, 2013 at 1:19pm

    Easy to judge situations in hindsight while reading about them from your home computer at 10:00 AM in the morning when you have more background information. But, when awakened at 2 AM and not knowing who is trying to do what to jeopardize your safety, one has to do whatever is their means to protect themselves. When a firearm is chosen as the self-defense weapon then making a split-second decision about the intruder’s motives can be the difference between getting killed by the intruder, self defense or 2nd degree murder (in this case). Unfortunate that thieves put people in that predicament but I’d rather rely on my .44 than my Louisville Slugger or Cutco.

  • July 30, 2013 at 1:00pm

    If my little teen brother was out at 2 AM prowling cars behind someone’s gate I would take PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY and claim he was taking a chance that this could happen. Not saying he deserved it (yet, until all the facts come out) but lesson be learned, stop thieving people’s stuff – you might get hurt.

  • July 30, 2013 at 11:51am

    Keep in mind, besides there being a few”actual” racists (both left and right) there are also ******* trolls who come here and pose as conservatives and post outrageously hateful comments, just to make conservatives look bad. Just like that lady holding up the “I am racists and proud” sign at the rally in support of George Zimmerman’s verdict… she was just trying to stir trouble.

  • July 30, 2013 at 1:14am

    Hasn’t there been an unusual number of mechanical tragedies lately? Gas and fertilizer plant explosions, train wrecks, plane crashes, boat capsizing, buses overturned, amusement park rides failures, etc. Not suggesting a conspiracy but more than normal… ?

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  • July 29, 2013 at 1:25am

    Meanwhile, not in the news this weekend are the thousands of pastors who were: called out of bed in the middle of the night to pray for healing of a parishioner injured in an accident and comforted the family of an other who tragically lost a loved one; united a couple in marriage and counseled another going through marriage difficulty after 15 years; showed compassion to a homeless person in great need and challenged one with much to give more; encouraged a kid who was struggling with drugs and rejoiced with another who just received a scholarship; selflessly went over and cut the lawn of the elderly lady next door and then did the same at the church. The list goes on… but there will be those who seek to use tragedies such as this to back their preconceived agenda, comparing Christians to Islamic terrorists, etc. Oh well, “We are all born ignorant but one must work hard to remain stupid.”

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  • July 23, 2013 at 7:25pm

    A few people seemed to have forgotten, George Zimmerman is no hero of the Right or conservative causes either. He is a registered Democrat with a few character flaws himself. Perhaps, through this experience and after what he has had to and will continue to endure, he will come to a different conclusions about who he supports politically and who has supported his right to self-defense. Let’s just be careful not to make him out to be some Conservative Super Hero.

  • July 23, 2013 at 11:22am

    Am I being too judgmental or does appear to be complete cowardly indifference on the part of the “men” standing by watching this whole thing? The one guy is just sauntering around like he’s at the county fairy. I can only assume they were not there during the initial confrontation or would have stepped in to help the woman, hmmm. I don’t suggest they stand in the line of fire once she was armed but neither bystander even seems to be saying anything that lends any assistance to the situation. Looks like it’s just another day at the gas station to them. And people wonder what is wrong with the black community.