User Profile: Jumper

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  • [2] September 22, 2016 at 3:23pm

    But wait, I thought there were no chemical weapons in Iraq. Or did they get them from Syria, who got them from Iraq? You know, from that 30 some odd vehicle convoy of tractor trailers that went to Syria, that left from the outskirts of Baghdad, right before the war started. Oh wait I forgot, that doesn’t fit the narrative, nothing to see here, move along, move along. These are not the chemical weapons you’re looking for…you don’t need to know where they came from…

  • [2] September 6, 2016 at 10:50am

    You do realize that those organized hunts(safaris) are part of the way the population of those animals is controlled, that all the meat goes to local villages, that the fees and game tags are not cheap and go back into the local economy and that the guides are well paid, right? You also know that that is the job of the guides, to find the animals, because they know which ones need to be, and are allowed to be, taken(killed), based on not just local laws, but also on which ones need culling from the herd in order to keep the herd strong, right?
    No, probably not, you’re just mad that it’s not sonofthealamo approved hunting and are, or at least seem to be, a bit jealous of the fact that they can afford such a trip.

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  • [1] August 16, 2016 at 9:35am

    She should consider moving. I know she’s from there and it’s hard to leave a place you’ve always called home, but lots of people do it. It would also make one heck of a statement to Gov. Brown(not that he’ll care), But to have a 6 time Olympian move out of your state because of stupid laws that basically prohibit her from doing what she won medals for might get someone’s attention.

  • [5] August 5, 2016 at 10:01am

    I would just like to congratulate him for actually speaking his mind not couched in political euphemisms. Well done sir!

  • July 6, 2016 at 9:46am

    First off honey, don’t hide behind living in the public eye and all that mistakes are amplified crap. You CHOSE to live in public life, knowing full well that you were giving up a fair measure of privacy doing it. Secondly, you’re plenty old enough to know that the American flag is NEVER supposed to touch the ground, with or without your dogs’ rear end on it. Every first grader in the country knows this, it’s not a mistake, it’s just plain stupidity.

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  • [4] July 6, 2016 at 9:35am

    Tell you what Matt, you can try the whole confiscation thing, as long as I see YOU PERSONALLY trying to take guns from Americans. And son, don’t believe your own hype, you ain’t Jason Bourne. Until then though, I’d suggest you shut the gaping maw under your nose.

  • [2] July 5, 2016 at 9:41am

    I find it odd that I’m agreeing with a felon rapper, but I have to say, he’s making a good point. While I don’t think that people will “turn” gay, which I don’t think Boosie thinks either, his point is taken. There is a seriously disproportionate amount of homosexuality on TV. Mr. Jerome Trammel has a point too, there are gay people in the world and they should be represented on TV. I would just like them to be represented in proportionate numbers. Homosexuals make up about 2-4% of the population, but, depending on the network and/or the show one happens to be watching, homosexual characters make up between 15-25% of the entire cast. That’s not an accident Jerome, that’s social engineering, and it’s NOT happening by accident! Boosie is right, we never saw that much homosexuality growing up, especially not on TV. It’s being done to make us think it’s normal. And to your silly point about us seeing heterosexuals kissing and how is that any different. Yes, it is. Heterosexual relationships are normal, homosexual ones aren’t, they’re abnormal, a mutation. When any part of a group represents such a small part of a whole, and can not perform the function that keeps the group from self exterminating, it’s abnormal, it’s a mutation. Yet it’s being foisted on us as if it was all perfectly normal and we should just accept it, love it, embrace it. WHY? If we were all like you Mr. Trammel, there wouldn’t be ANY of us in very short order. Kudos to Boosie for having the courage to speak up

  • [2] June 22, 2016 at 2:37pm

    Really? This from a bunch of people with law degrees, most of whom are well into their 50′s and 60′s? All they need now are some pacifiers and some blankets. Y’all just go ahead and roll over and kick your feet and pound your hands on the floor. Poor little Demoncraps, you didn’t get what you wanted so it’s temper tantrum time. Bless your little hearts.

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  • June 22, 2016 at 10:09am

    I can’t believe the guy recording this let him get so close and then raise a pair of scissors so close to his neck. I’d have knocked that doctor on his tail as soon as he invaded my space.

  • [12] June 22, 2016 at 9:58am

    It’s disgusting how nobody blames Ford, Chevy or Dodge for the thousands(more) people who die every year from automobile accidents, particularly at the hands of drunk drivers, or how nobody blames Estwing or Stanley for the thousands of people who are beaten to death every year with hammers, or how nobody blames Spalding or Louisville Slugger for the thousands of people beaten to death every year by baseball bats, but boy oh boy, let somebody get shot and everyone wants to blame the inanimate object. We didn’t ever have to have legislation to protect the aforementioned companies from lawsuits because their product worked exactly as it was supposed to, but we did for guns, ridiculous! It’s completely transparent crap, they don’t want us to have guns, but can’t come take them all away because they know we’ll never go for that. So it’s incremental-ism, couched as “common” sense controls, a little at a time until we have no more guns at all. Every Congresscritter who is proposing any kind of gun control is violating their oath of office to protect, defend and bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution and should removed from office.

  • [5] June 20, 2016 at 8:39am

    Turn in your man card Kuntzman. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a better example of a Beta in my life.

  • [1] June 15, 2016 at 4:10pm

    I’ll be happy to be detailed. The problem is that the NRA, and Hitlery, and this administration, and, it appears, you, are willing to take away(and a suspension falls into this category) someone’s Constitutionally protected rights WITHOUT DUE PROCESS! I don’t care if someone is “on a watch list” , unless and until they’ve been convicted of a crime you can’t just arbitrarily take away their rights. If they’re on a watch list, then whoever is the investigating authority should know if they buy a gun, at which time additional scrutiny can and perhaps should be applied, but we are opening a serious can of worms here by trying to out do Tom Cruise a la Minority Report . Who gets to be the deciding authority about how, when and if you get your rights back once the investigation is concluded? How is anyone even to know if they’re on a watch list? As I write this, none of know if we are or not, and the government will not tell us. I’m shocked so few people can’t see the size and depth of the rabbit hole we’re opening here. This is a recipe for tyranny. We live in a somewhat, free society, that comes with risks. Benjamin Franklin once said: “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”. AND HE WAS RIGHT!!!

  • [7] June 7, 2016 at 2:29pm


  • [4] June 7, 2016 at 2:28pm

    I think you’re missing the point. I don’t know if it’s on purpose or not, and I’m not accusing you of doing it on purpose. In this case though, her wardrobe is a perfect example of the hypocrisy of her policies, do as I say, not as I do(because you’ll go to jail(email), but also of the larger story of who Hillary is. A complete liar who cares about herself and not the country.

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  • June 6, 2016 at 10:31am

    Hey Musk, STOP WATCHING THE MATRIX!!!! It was a mooovie. Yes it was pretty good. Yes the special effects were AWESOME. Nonetheless, it was just Hollywood make believe. What the heck is this guy smoking?

  • [7] June 3, 2016 at 10:40am

    First let me say I hope the DA doesn’t charge him. We can’t see it in the clip but according to news reports I heard the killer was taunting him.
    Secondly, DANG that was impressive leap. He’s not a small guy and very nearly cleared that whole table!!!!!I say we invent a new Olympic category: The “I’m gonna crush you” table leap, and give this guy the gold medal.

  • [4] June 1, 2016 at 12:23pm

    Granted, it was a lawyer that got his charge reduced. Thing is though, he wouldn’t have needed that lawyer if a different lawyer, the District Attorney, hadn’t charged him in the first place. What kind of idiot charges a guy who whoops or, yes, even kills his wife’s rapist/ attempted rapist in the first darn place? The DA should have complimented him on his form and sent him on his way.

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  • [3] May 25, 2016 at 10:35am

    So it sounds like a fat girl wore some yoga pants and got teased about it. She then went and whined about it and now the school board is collectively acting like none of them has ever said to their spouse, while walking around the mall or Wal Mart, “That woman should NOT be wearing yoga pants” We’ve ALL thought it, most of us have said it to whoever we were with at the time. Let’s not pretend that we’re such good people that the sight of a 250 lb sack of cellulite stuffed into some brightly colored yoga pants lumbering down aisle 3 hasn’t caused us think “EEEWWWW”. NEWS FLASH LADIES: if you’re 5’3″ and your weight is a 3 digit number that starts with a 2, don’t wear yoga pants in public, NOBODY wants to see that!!!!!!!!!!! Not to mention the fact that this school board has apparently forgotten that you can’t make teens not tease each other, it’s what they do, it’s part of being a teen and of growing up. This rule likely will have the opposite effect actually, because all the girls who aren’t rolling balls of jelly will be mad at not being able to wear those kinds of clothes anymore. Where’s that going to lead? MORE teasing.

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  • [8] May 17, 2016 at 10:43am

    Simple solution. Mass public disobedience. If people simply refuse to play along with the mentally disturbed trannies and the edicts from the most progressive administration in our history, this problem will sort itself out. Target is already noticing that the vast majority of the people in this country don’t want to put up with this kind of crap.

  • [4] May 16, 2016 at 10:31am

    I can’t understand what was wrong with the dress. It may be a little on the fancy side for a weather report, but that’s certainly better than the other way around.

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