User Profile: jwright.80


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  • August 21, 2014 at 12:02pm

  • [5] August 20, 2014 at 3:30pm

    It was burned a few decades ago and replaced with the communist manifesto. Sorry you didn’t get informed. They really should do better about letting everyone know there is NO constitution in the USSA.

  • [2] August 7, 2014 at 3:11pm

    The problem with that is that all of the stuff you can buy from 99¢ only stores comes from China.

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  • August 7, 2014 at 10:27am

    Yes that show is so dark and yet really interesting take on the subject matter. Can’t stop watching it either. Last week’s episode – opening scene – WOW!

  • July 31, 2014 at 5:29pm

    (1) Churches are to blame for this debacle for the most part because they have subjugated themselves under the 501(3)(c) status which allows the government to dictate what can and cannot be said. Most attain that status to be tax-exempt however, churches do not need a 501(3)(c) to be considered tax-exempt. Look it up for yourselves, there is no reason for a church to place itself under the authority of the government’s restrictive and in my opinion unconstitutional 501(3)(c) status. Page 3.

    (2) Will the IRS go after the most blatant offenders….Predominantly black and overwhelmingly democrat churches? I think not.

  • July 15, 2014 at 3:17pm

    SILO….. Your reply speaks volumes. Had me rolling on the floor. Perfect.

  • [1] July 14, 2014 at 1:16pm

    Gauge – it’s clear you don’t know what being saved means. It’s clear that you are like many who think that sinners becoming Christian is like a light switch. God’s is not a magician and the path to Christ is just that, a path. It has a beginning, a middle and an end. We constantly struggle to stay on that path and sometimes we might even go off of it and get back on. The important part is that we start the walk and we maintain our desire to be on the path. When we look back on our life we should see a steady improvement in who we are as men and women in Christ. That said though there is one thing that is instantaneous. Once we declare our lives for Christ we are made new. We are given salvation and that can NEVER be lost. We are God’s property and he never misplaces his people.

  • [7] July 7, 2014 at 4:54pm

    So glad I was in the 5%.

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  • [1] July 7, 2014 at 1:08pm

    The issue I see is that she needs counseling. Like many people who have deep psychological hurt from things they’ve done in the past or that was done TO them in the past, she is trying to escape it. Her own words say alot.

    “I wanted to cover myself up more…be respected and known for who I am inside…not for how much flesh I am showing outside,” Yeap wrote. “The first time I put on a hijab was when I went for local telco company TVC casting… and I looked at myself, and I feel liberated…I feel so happy and protected…I feel safe.”

    These words speak volumes. It is not unlike someone who was molested as a child by (as an example) a mother’s boyfriend. That person feels as though they were unsafe, let down, neglected. So in later life they become overweight as a defense mechanism against any further abuse. When she says putting on the hijab makes her feel safe, it is sort of the same thing. She is hiding herself from the abuse of her former life. She did not find this “safety” in other religions because this mechanism of hiding yourself is not present in those religions. I believe she is not looking for religion at all. She needs help. Unfortunately she has chosen a really bad place to find the “help” she so desperately needs. Islam is not a place a woman will find solace – but you do have to commend her for at least wanting more out of her life than being a playboy bunny. We should pray for her to find peace.

  • [1] July 7, 2014 at 12:10pm

    ….”Who would steal a VCR? Nobody. Who would steal a really nice safe?”

    Are you kidding? You must not have ever encountered a crack head before. They will still the air from your lungs if they thought they could get $2 for it.

  • [5] July 7, 2014 at 11:52am

    I’m sure the many millions of daily pot smokers who get up, go to work, take care of their families, pay their taxes and obey the law would disagree completely with you. You can’t just lump all the criminals and working potheads together under the same umbrella. There is a difference. Don’t let the propaganda fed to you by the DEA cloud your judgement.

  • July 2, 2014 at 2:05pm

    We have gridlock thanks to the people who stepped up in 2010 and did what we could to tighten the reigns on this imposter and his minions. Hopefully we will continue to have gridlock for the remainder of his term.

  • June 30, 2014 at 12:13pm

    So, did the guy there for the interview get the job?

  • [5] June 26, 2014 at 1:57pm

    And she got her letter from the people of this country who have let this administration and everyone prior to it get away with not enforcing our border laws.

  • [2] June 25, 2014 at 2:27pm

    Exactly. So the US Post Office should be sued as well. They post similar photos on the wall in every location. Crimestoppers should be sued, they do the same thing. America’s most wanted is besmirching the good name of thousands. Stupid laws and stupid lawyers.

  • June 20, 2014 at 10:51pm

    Ahh liquid courage!!! Real America!

  • [-1] June 19, 2014 at 5:36pm

    Wait, so they introduce a beverage into the diet and then note an increase in certain excreted chemicals? Did they do some sort of baseline to prove that the excreted chemicals aren’t being produced by the new beverage? How much benzene and acrolein were in the people prior to the test? How much benzene and acrolein do they absorb and ingest normally? How much do they excrete normally? How can you be sure that drinking this concoction did anything that drinking plenty of water wouldn’t do on its own? Without these answers this study and this article is pretty baseless.

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  • June 19, 2014 at 5:29pm

    According to this questionnaire, if I choose Texas and purposely put in all liberal answers, it says I should live in Houston, TX 77021 zip code. Interesting. I grew up there. I am ultra conservative. I tend to believe that while it is mostly democrat from a “who do you vote for” perspective, If you talk to the people and get to know them, they are mostly conservative to moderate in their beliefs. Many have been hoodwinked by democrats. 77021 is Sheila Jackson Lee country by the way.

  • June 17, 2014 at 3:31pm

    This is another over blown hype story to scare the crap out of you – needlessly! Your phone won’t be hacked and your data is safe and your privacy is intact. All phones with wifi attempt to contact the nearest access point. The same way you move from cell tower to cell tower for your phone service. As you move around that interaction between the AP and your phone can be monitored. There is no personal info involved outside of your mac address and the IP you get assigned if you happen to actually join the wifi network. Assuming you don’t jump on the airport’s wifi, then you are just an electronic ‘blip’ on the system. Their software assigns a code to your blip and creates traffic pattern analysis based on it. Pretty ingenious way to track flow patterns. In fact, we do it all the time at our church on Sundays when we get several thousand people come into the facility for service. I can’t hack into their phones. I don’t know their names and I can’t “track” the person.

    My issue with the data and analysis of this system is that it is seriously flawed. If only 50% of the people have a phone/tablet, then you are missing a huge chunk of data. If the point is to identify bottlenecks in security checkpoints, what happens if you have a bottleneck, but the majority of the people don’t have a trackable device. Your analysis might show no problem but if you get out of the office and walk over to the checkpoint and use your eyes, you would know right away if ther

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  • [2] June 17, 2014 at 2:56pm

    Ed Young is my pastor’s son. He is considered around here to be the wierdo of the family. He came to our church last year and did a sermon on marriage and sex where he and his wife had a bed on stage. Needless to say, his visits start alot of discussion around here. While his theology is actually quite sound, I personally don’t care for his brand of “shock preaching”.

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