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  • [11] October 19, 2014 at 7:11am


    “My prediction is that it will be used to deliver a nuke over Israel in the near future.”

    How about an attack on the US? All they would have to do to get into US airspace would be to take off from a West African country and say that they’re carrying an ebola patient.

  • [1] October 15, 2014 at 4:33pm


    “Until your wife or child gets ebola. Then you won’t be son cavalier.”

    Haha, don’t act like you know me, because you don’t.

    I don’t have a wife or a child, but if I did, I’d want them to be put out of their misery.

  • [4] October 15, 2014 at 3:13pm

    The protocol for ‘treating’ those with Ebola should be:

    1) Kill the infectee with fire (preferably from a distance).
    2) Destroy the infectee’s house and belongings with fire.
    3) Repeat these steps on anyone/anything else that is infected.

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  • [7] October 15, 2014 at 2:53pm


    “Are you saying that those who experience sodomy are sinful?”

    If it’s not forced, then yes.

    “Or do you only mean same sex couples?”

    No, it’s the same rules for normal people too.

    “Have you tried it with your wife?”

    Wow, you’re disgusting.

    “I have with mine, and it was satisfying for both of us.”

    Switch roles and let us know how it goes!

    “I use a condom when entering through the back door in case you were wondering.”

    I’m sure they weren’t, but thanks for the information (not really).

    “Are we sinful in nature?”


  • [3] October 15, 2014 at 2:44pm


    I can’t stand the morons who tout the idea that ‘free speech is only protected if it’s political speech’. It reminds me of the people who think that 2nd amendment rights only apply to the police/military/government, LOL.

    Honestly, I just don’t think that the majority of Americans (humans in general really) understand what ‘freedom’ actually is… or maybe they do understand, but they’re opposed to it because it scares them.

  • [5] October 14, 2014 at 12:28pm



    ‘Hate speech’ is such a stupid term. What some people consider ‘hate speech’, I consider ‘a reasoned opinion that is based on statistics and experience’. It’s disgusting to me that you can be charged (fine/jail time) in some places for ‘denying’ the Holocaust, or for telling the truth about ‘the religion of peace’.

  • [6] October 13, 2014 at 4:07pm


    “Why must humans always try to explain that for which they, at present, have no answer, by attributing it to an imaginary ‘God’? It has been thus since the first witch doctor tried to explain noises in the night.”

    How do you know that God is imaginary? I think you’re approaching the concept of ‘God’ in either a very disingenuous, or arrogant manner.

    Am I correct in assuming that you believe that because God can’t be verified (scientifically), that it means the idea is no more valid than the belief in unicorns or leprechauns? If so, then I feel sorry for you.

  • [13] October 10, 2014 at 4:28pm


    “I’m siding with the lady on this one.”

    Lady? Nope.

    “The douchebag millennial beardy-boy shouldn’t be riding on the sideWALK in the first place.”

    Maybe he shouldn’t be riding on the sidewalk, but this woman is a freak and a nutjob who has no respect for the law.

    “Instead of just apologizing when she calls him out for it and moving on, he sticks his iPhone in the lady’s face like the effeminate cycle-queer that he is, which would piss anybody off.”

    Apologise for what? Also, what reason is there to get pissed off when someone is recording you?

    “So she threw some water at him, big deal”

    What if that liquid wasn’t water? What if that water had her saliva in it (it most likely did)? Aside from being illegal, what she did was disgusting.

    “I would have ripped his pink iPhone from his hands and shoved it up his ass.”

    Oh, so macho! You know… if you go around stealing other people’s things and shoving it up their asses (which I really doubt you would), soon enough you’ll have it happening to you… in prison.

    “Notice how quick he was to say ‘yes, I want her arrested’”

    Maybe it’s because she comitted a criminal act against him?

    “A real man would have said, ‘No, thats OK, I think we’ve both learned our lesson’”

    Ok, well if anyone ever commits battery against you, then make sure you don’t press charges, otherwise you won’t be a real man.

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  • [1] October 9, 2014 at 4:15pm


    “Wow, so I’m a vet, and I have PTSD. I don’t understand why you civilians”

    Hahaha… “you civilians”.

    I assume you’re still active in the military, because if you’re not, then you are also a civilian.

    It sounds like you’re just jealous that this man receives money from the public, due to the fact that he’s not pride filled, as you appear to be. You know what, maybe if you were less pompous and abrasive, people would give you some free money too. Oh… wait a minute, since you were in the military, your job was paid for with tax payer’s money. The same tax paying civilians that you’re so eager to talk down to are the very reason you had a paying job in the first place.

    Maybe you should be more grateful for the monetary sacrifice that the tax payers made so that you could make money in the military.

  • [1] October 9, 2014 at 2:54pm

    “more likely that when humans left Africa 65,000 years ago they were already evolved with the capacity to make paintings,”

    It’s funny… when I hear people talking about the “out of Africa” theory, I think to myself: “Can I go around (white white skin) and call myself an African?” and “Does this mean I can use the N word without fear of reprisal?”. The whole thing just seems like a joke to me. People actually expect me to believe that black skinned, brown eyed, nappy black-haired people are the ancestors of white skinned, blue eyed, straight blonde-haired people? Not only that, but they also expect me to believe that these very drastic changes (more physical changes than just hair/skin colour) occured in just a few thousand years?

    I think people who promote the “out of Africa” theory should never use terms like “black/white/asian” and instead should say “Light skinned African that was born in Europe/Asia”.

  • [2] October 8, 2014 at 2:28pm


    Even if ebola only spreads through direct contact with bodily fuilds, I wouldn’t want to be within close proximity of someone that had it… even if I was wearing a hazmat suit.

  • [1] October 3, 2014 at 3:23pm

    That may explain why ‘she’ has so many Muslim fans.

  • October 2, 2014 at 12:06pm

    Yeah, I remember having to use a portable toilet that was missing its toilet seat when I was helping to build a house. I had to squat above the toilet, and when I was done I found out that there wasn’t any toilet paper left.

    If I ever have to use a public/work toilet these days, I will put down my “protective hexagon”. 3 squares of toilet paper along the back, 4 squares split into 2 on each side, and 3 squares on the front. I also put some paper in the bowl to avoid/reduce splashing.

  • [2] September 30, 2014 at 11:55am


    Burning down someone’s house and burning a symbol aren’t really comparable though, are they?

    Unconditional national pride and the worship of symbols don’t seem like good ideas to me. I can understand that some people feel strongly about the US flag, but it’s just a symbol. Sometimes that symbol represents good, and sometimes it represents evil. I’d rather not identify with symbols, but with principles.

  • [1] September 30, 2014 at 11:44am

    “An official complaint hasn’t been filed, but KSLA reports that Louisiana law prohibits destruction of a U.S. flag and carries a penalty of up to 90 days in jail and a $100 fine.”

    I think that anyone who claims to care about the US constitution (1st amendment rights) should be more offended by laws like this, rather than someone burning a flag.

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  • [1] September 30, 2014 at 11:39am

    “‘For somebody to do this tells me that they have no respect for the United States of America,’ Donovan told the station.”

    This guy (as many others do) conflates the country and the flag. He should have said “For somebody to do this tells me that they have no respect for the FLAG of the United States of America”.

    Honestly, I’d be more offended if someone burned a copy of the US constitution.

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  • [9] September 17, 2014 at 5:39pm


    “Name ONE way in which gay marriage effects YOUR marriage.”

    Well, I’m not married, but normalising/legitimising immoral/illogical behaviour to suit a minority group’s selfish interests seems like a bad idea to me.

    I don’t suppose you’d be opposed to adults marrying children? Or are you a bigot and intolerant of pedophiles?

  • [5] September 17, 2014 at 5:35pm


    “No, it’s about gay rights. What special privilege do you think gay people want?”

    You just answered your own question: “gay rights”.

    Notice how it’s not about equal rights? That’s because gays have the same marriage rights as heterosexuals.

  • [8] September 17, 2014 at 5:01pm

    “The word ‘Orient’ may not carry the direct stereotyping of ‘Shylocks,’ but it smacks of a certain anachronistic sensibility and is closely related to the term ‘Oriental’ which, many have argued, has historically served to distance Asian people as foreign or ‘other’ compared to white Americans.”

    I have to say, this is one of the stupidest things I’ve read on The Blaze in a while.

    “Many” people have said the term Oriental was racist? Probably the same people that think the word “black” (when referring to an American of African descent) is offensive/racist.

    As for the word “Oriental” separating Asian/white Americans, I still don’t see a problem with that… especially given the fact that the term “African-American” is used all the time. Asian Americans are from Asia (aka The Orient), and European (Europe ethnically/historically = white) Americans are from Europe. This is a fact that no amount of politically correct garbage can change.

    Asian/European/African Americans may share a nationality and its culture, but they are still quite culturally, historically, and racially distinct groups.

  • September 17, 2014 at 4:22pm


    “You can’t be a Christian and a socialst at the same time.”

    How not?

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