Atheist groups love education about religion. It exposes all of their hypocrisies and falsities. Note I said education and not indoctrination.
 February 11, 2015 at 4:09pm
What Obozo doesnt seem to want to notice is that MANY other companies are doing the exact same thing in order to avoid having to shell out hundreds of thousands for employee health care. I guess Obozo forgot that companies are there to make a PROFIT, not throw money away. That man is as dumb as a sack of hammers…I wonder who did his homework for him in college, cause its obvious it wasnt him.
So it's true that companies really don't care about their workers as long as a profit is made huh?
Based on Healthcare.gov and state exchange prices I've seen, a basic policy would be around 100-200$\month or all of $1.25\hour additional cost at the high end, possibly less as they could negotiate for a bulk discount, are you seriously saying that these large companies can't afford to pay their employees $1.25 an hour more (in benefits) without going bankrupt?
 January 21, 2015 at 4:00pm
So its the womens responsibility to help keep you from acting like an animal? Thats just unbelieveable!
No by all means do dress like a strumpet so that we know what kind of woman you are.
Proud2b- I know what you're trying to say, but here's a wild idea: maybe rather than judge someone by their appearance, we could wait until we actually get to know them before deciding what kind of person we THINK they are? That seems like a more Christian-like way to treat people.
Turbo, one of the ways we get to know someone is by observing how they dress and behave in different situations. First and foremost we learn how they want to be seen or thought of. A neat person, a sloppy person. You like sports? Ahh, a Seahawks fan (who isn't). Business suit? Overalls? They all tell us something about you. They don't tell us everything about you, but they do tell us something.
In the real world, what you do affects others. To think any other way is to truly deny reality. Yes, everyone's responsible for their actions, including you and me. What we sow, we'll also reap, just as what anyone else sows, they shall reap. So the question to ask yourself is what kind of choices are you making?
It's the women's responsibility for when they dress like a whore and bad things happen to them because of it.
No, the operative word being, "acting". Acting on one's thoughts and impulses is one's responsibility alone. But don't think dressing like a slut means we can't THINK you're slutty. You don't even have to care what we think, but you're still slutty.
No-Really, good points. People do use their apparel as a way to express themselves. I wear shirts that represent my favorite sports team all the time, and also band t-shirts. I just try to be careful what I assume. I’ve met guys who dress like bikers, rough looking dudes with giant beards who look like they would eat nails for breakfast. Turned out to be sweet, soft-spoken Christian men who just happen to like riding bikes. I just get angry when I hear Christian women point out another woman who isn’t dressed exactly the way they would dress and say something derogatory about her and turn their noses up….I don’t think God wants us to behave that way towards each other. But maybe I’m wrong.
We are each responsible for our part in any interaction. No woman is responsible for a man's actions. But every woman is responsible for the impression she makes on other people with her clothing and behavior.
 January 21, 2015 at 3:54pm
I agree I wear them alot due to an old surgery I had. The scar area is still uncomfortable so I wear something so that Its not. Yoga pants and leggings are my choice, and I wear a long shirt over that, you cant see my backside and Im comfortable. Now if some guy finds this 56 year old woman hot in my leggings…then I suggest he get himself some therapy fast.
My first c-section scar line was still numb and tender in areas when I got pregnant with our second. I finally got used to it enough that jeans quit bothering me. But this time around its worse. I'm not exactly thrilled that these clothes are the only ones that don't hurt or irritate me, I really miss my jeans! Be darned though if I'm going to be made to feel guilty for wearing them. And hey, my 60 something Gram wears them on occasion too!
 January 21, 2015 at 3:52pm
The fact that you looked long enough to see this says alot about you my friend.
January 21, 2015 at 3:51pm
They are cold, why dont you guys wear them if you think they are so great?
[-2] January 21, 2015 at 3:49pm
Well something all you “followers of Christ” need to remember is NOT everyone is a ‘follower of christ’. Its time the christians realize this. The rest of us dont want to be held up to YOUR standards. Honestly you folks are starting to get as bad as the muslims…only difference is YOU stopped killing after you thought you had eradicated all the witches. They are still killing, but Im waiting for you to start demanding that your women wear veils and head to toe outfits too…
No, just something long enough to cover your butt, cause trust me, you do NOT look good otherwise.
I'm not a Christian and, I really don't want to see people in leggings without a long enough shirt. It's not that it's immodest, it's that it is gross.
Just as we don't expect women to dress to not offend mullahs and rabbis, where ever your mythology requires may work for you but lots of us enjoy a little clothing as possible.
 January 21, 2015 at 3:45pm
Shep, maybe the person who made the card meant something totally different by it. I mean you and Brett are kinda foxy…just sayin…
 January 20, 2015 at 10:30am
This is the most ridiculous thing Ive read today. Let me explain to ya honey, that men have lustful thoughts about women no matter what they wear. Its just the nature of the beast. Now I wear leggings and Im 56 years old…Id laugh my ass off if some guy had ‘lustful’ thoughts about me and my attire! Get over yourself trust me, if a guy has lustful thoughts about you in your leggings, all he has to do is look up and see the nose ring and that will turn him right off!
 January 15, 2015 at 10:51am
I found this story upsetting for a few reasons. First of all…the poor pizza guy…just doing his job, no one asked for change back BEFORE he left…the auto dealer people are tools. Next the spelling errors on this story and others Ive seen lately are quickly causing me to lose faith in the Blaze as a news source. Time to hire some competant reporters folks. The ones currently on staff cant even find the spell check feature, so how can they get the news facts right?
I admit I'm not fully awake yet, but I don't see a misspelled word. I see a wrong word being used. "...pizza ship" in stead of "...pizza shop" which is the type of error I normally find. Spell check won't catch these. Better proofreading is needed. I haven't paid attention to see if it's the same writers doing this each time.
competent not competant
can't not cant
reporter not reporters
Though I agree with you about the poor pizza guy.
just... perhaps before you criticize another person on punctuation, grammar, and spelling, you may want to try proofreading your own post. Others have pointed out your errors, so I won't bother. It does not look good for you. Just a friendly FYI.
The thing is written articles should have correct spelling and word usage if written by professional journalists. That’s their job and the standards should be top shelf.
As for commenters, we all know the public schools have, and are, failing miserably to promote high standards. How could they have high standards when their motto is “no child left behind”? Just keep pushing them through.
It’s pathetic when most entry college students read and write at a 7th grade level. Basic things like when to use there, their, or they’re, or having no clue when to use bring vs. take (it does matter as I saw a verbal fight happen because bring was used when take was the right word). Forget its vs. it’s, that just pops circuit breakers. And how in the world did “I seen something” come to be? w…o…w.
And yes, I’m going to continue lighting up those types of errors. Simple crap like a misspelling here and there are not much of a deal (a lot is due to fat fingered speed typing) , but rock-bottom basic understanding of your native language should be a goal.
As I said in prior days, I don’t point those things out to be nasty, as some take immediate offense, but to help someone’s image (except Monk, he knows most everything…said so himself ;) ).
You may have all the skills needed for a job, but if you come across as a dufus (sp?), you will most likely lose out to someone who is well spoken.
As always, I encourage corrections to my posts.
Keep the standards high. Resist apathy.
It's kind of like how you used poor grammar with Ive instead of I've, right? Kind of hard to take comments from arrogant snarks serious when they won't clean their own house....
"Time to hire some competant reporters folks. "
Um, you misspelled competent.
Pot meet kettle. "Ive" should be "I've".
"cant" should be "can't"
August 25, 2014 at 3:55pm
Another one size fits all parenting that doesnt work for all…
August 25, 2014 at 3:53pm
@Stehekin912, you are only looking at one group of kids. How about the kids who work? Some of the jobs require them to be there until the next shift person comes in…which can be 11pm if that person is late.
Even if they only work till 9pm that gives them very little time for homework…
August 25, 2014 at 3:52pm
@ Vaman, no actually they arent. First off they study only singular groups of teens, not all teens. If they did they would know that many teens now work jobs, or have so many clubs and activities they dont always get to bed until after 11pm or later.
They also didnt seem to take into consideration the kids staying up till all hours playing video games.
And not all people need 8 hours of sleep. One of my kids actually does WORSE on 8 hours but preforms well on 6.
I think they need to look at a broader group before they make a judgement for everyone. You cant use a one size fits all on people. We are too diverse a species for that.
August 25, 2014 at 3:48pm
@Hold the line, many of them work jobs just to pay for little things in their lives like prom, year books and such.
August 25, 2014 at 3:47pm
Yeah my son had to get his bus at 6:30am. School didnt start till 7:45am. So kid had to get up at 5am just to get his bus.
Now mind you if he worked still 11pm then did homework…he didnt get to bed till after 12 or 1am…I made him quit the job, paid him to do work around the house, because his grades were going down…but that also meant no car, no prom or no other stuff…its a sad world we live in when stuff is so expensive kids have to work.
August 25, 2014 at 3:42pm
LOL do these morons realize most of these kids stay up till the wee hours playing video games? They wait till mom and dad are asleep and sneak back on the games…
 August 16, 2014 at 10:06pm
Dems fear he might actually run for the presidency and might actually win it so they have to discredit him early…thats all this is…