User Profile: KennyDee


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  • September 18, 2014 at 8:04am


    We as humans have a lot to learn.

    Who are we to say todays scientists are any more correct than relative peers of their day in history? Even what I posted above about The Weather Channel and the “Goldilocks Planet” has to have “faith” in modern geologists.

    That site you linked does have tons of info, but it appears to be built to support the “Climate Change” purveyors. It’s a pretty typical progressive approach, throw so much info at people and they eventually relent and say “fine…OK you’re probably right”.

    Our scientists couldn’t comprehend microscopic germs 150 years ago and they were the contemporaries of their time just like the science and medical community today.

    So, think about who the detractors were in the days of Columbus and the great explorers. “Consensus” among the “brilliant” and subsequently downstream through the common people was that the earth was flat…it was suicide to just keep “sailing on to the end of the earth”.

    Turns out the detractors were correct huh?

  • [27] September 18, 2014 at 7:52am

    Global warming fools apparently never watch one of their favorite left leaning channels.

    In the Weather Channel’s “Secrets Of The Earth Season 1 Episode 6 – Goldilocks”, CO2 comes primarily from undersea volcanic activity we never see. Humans could not dream of creating enough CO2 to even match a tiny percentage of what the earth spews itself (that program doesn’t say it in that manner but an intelligent person can surmise form the info they give).

    What makes us the “Goldilocks planet” in our universe? Rocks. That’s right. Rocks. Our planet keeps a perfect balance (planetarily) of CO2 by absorption and subsequent erosion of rocks.

    It’s that simple. The earth has a built in climate control system and we cannot do anything about it as puny little smoke emitting self-important fleas living in the fur of the planet. If the planet ever wants to, it can shake us off its surface like a wet dog coming out of a creek…but we little insignificant microscopic parasites in comparison will have had nothing to do with it.

    In fact, in that episode it tells us that the rocks eventually win the CO2 battle and the dying of the living planet as we know it today will be from a LACK of CO2 and the GREEN it brings.

    Yep, in the end it’s the rocks that do the planet in. Well…not the planet, just the stuff that lives on it.

    From day one Man has always thought itself more important than anything.


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  • [2] September 18, 2014 at 7:32am

    Korn are superstars?

    Well good on Welch for coming to.

    I like me some pretty uncensored music, but I never could listen to Korn, there was one song actually on the radio that was so disgustingly sexually deviant and morally wrong I would have to change radio stations or turn it off.

    Ah yes it was “Funk you like an animal”…yep you could figure it out easily with bleeps and all. I was like “really? We have our kids listening to this crap?”. I am all about no censorship but deviant music like that makes a parents job very hard and shame on the radio stations that play it. I believe they have the right to play crap…but we all have the right to rail against them for doing so.

    There are plenty of songs with vulgarity that I like (they have nothing to do with fornication like animals), but I have never heard a radio station play any of them and that is good. I would never play them in public or at a family reunion either…out of respect of others. I wish others would do the same with their music.

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  • [4] September 18, 2014 at 7:20am

    And yours just capped it off perfectly. Way to round it all out!

  • September 18, 2014 at 7:15am

    I don’t know a lot about the politics in the U.K. and Scotland, but I did hear on FOX that the secessionists were dreaming of a “socialist utopia”. It wasn’t one of the opinion folks, it was a typical daytime host. (Yes, I know, to the lefty trolls in here there are only partisans at FOX because they think all news orgs are like the ones they patronize…one way.)

    Regardless, if people want independence they have a right to fight for it. I guess in the U.K. they won’t go to war to stop it like we did 150 years ago. I wish the Confederacy had succeeded with the exception of the slavery issue. It would certainly be a different world…down side is wondering if we would have beaten Hitler and Imperial Japan as a two nation set of united states. Lincoln and fate may have saved the world in that sense…for a while…

    I think Texas is the only state with a secession clause in its constitution (I could be wrong). I don’t think the U.S government would allow that even to this day and time. Certainly if it happened in the next couple years this administration would have none of it.

    I would be surprised if Scotland succeeds. There are only so many “Bravehearts” left.

  • [3] September 17, 2014 at 10:18am

    That was very good sarcasm. I mean that. Well done.

    We still have to wonder about the psyche or motivation of people that hang out in message boards full of people they disagree with just to kick the hornets’ nest.

    Either a natural born antagonizer or a member of an organization bent on diluting the flow of opinion of a political adversary.

    Either way, if analyzed, it takes a certain type to do that.

    That goes for Zappa right above you at the time of this posting. You both are intelligent, but “smarts” don’t meant you’re not off in the head. There are a lot of intelligent “weirdoes” out there.

    I have never thought of going over to a HuffPo or the like and trying to piss all over a bunch of idiot Progressives. I guess I just don’t have it in me…plus I like to hang around with people I agree with…hanging around with liberals just makes me sad. The true blood blue pill Obama sycophants are not “convertible” so it’s a waste of time.

  • [7] September 17, 2014 at 10:07am

    People are such wussies these days. Can’t handle harsh words like little mommy’s boys and girls.

    That said, this place certainly gets its fair share of free exposure from these signs. Sounds like one of the owners is a piece of crap though if he is being sued for fleecing the business by his partner.

  • [65] September 17, 2014 at 10:01am

    They need a gun for the young, the old and the stupid…those are the people that are crashing most of the cars.

    Many of us are highly skilled veteran drivers of some of the worst traffic in America. I have probably avoided or saved over a hundred crashes and I do all kinds of activities while driving.

    I don’t text though…don’t smart phone at all. I’ll bet my map is just as distracting though…but I am skilled enough to not crash my car.

    It is experience and talent that makes the difference. Some people are not good at operating any machine, that’s just a fact.

    I think everyone should have to take basic auto mechanics before driving a car. I believe knowing how the machine works helps you drive.

    People see cars as just this “thing”. They are not visualizing tire traction and suspension systems and kinetic energy. We should also be using shock video and photos in drivers ED if schools are not these days.

    We also had car death tragedies through my childhood. A cousin, a neighbor, a friend. Having known someone that died in a violent car crash helps keep the focus.

    But then again we rode bikes without helmets and actually made jumps to pretend we were Evel Knievel too! We learned what crashing felt like early on!

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  • September 16, 2014 at 4:25pm

    I agree with the writer on a lot of this but differ in these ways:

    1-Yes, that region has always been horrible. The United States began its first overseas war in history with the first Barbary War. However, we live in a “global” world where it is much easier to attack a foreign enemy with less money and materials. The 911 hijackers made it look easy. That was made possible by a safe haven to operate from in Afghanistan. Imagine what could be coming now. Allow IS to settle in and Israel will be next followed by the U.S….perhaps by a missing jumbo jet loaded with an EMP that slips through our antiquated air traffic control system?

    2-The air campaign is good practice. A good fighting force is one that knows real battle. We need a good fighting force, thus I have no problem cycling through some ordinance on the heads of rag head man dress wearing subhuman barbarians. We have to decommission that ordinance over time if we don’t use it…why not use it to draw some blood from the wicked?

    Otherwise I agree with the author. If our government was really concerned about us it would have clamped down the border 60-70 years ago…or recently…or ever…

    Also I have no problem letting these people kill each other over idiotic religious differences. Problem is a few of them will likely spin off on their own and kill some of us here or at least make our lives miserable through loss of freedoms for sake of safety. We have seen this already.

  • [10] September 16, 2014 at 4:01pm

    “When we resort to similar barbaric techniques that these killers use… How does that make us any better than them?”

    Zappa, if you are a so-called “liberal” you are missing the normal moral equivalency. Who are YOU to say WE ARE any better than them? That’s the way a Liberal usually looks at it…until the argument needs to bend another direction…then a liberal will say ANYTHING. They HAVE to lie because they either know what they believe is BS or they are so ignorant the really don’t know.

    On the battlefield…you better be “better” than them…at all out vicious brutality, otherwise you lose…and die.

    Easy to be a peacenik from the comfort of home or the office. We have volunteer soldiers and intelligence personnel that go out and do the dirty work for you.

    Talk about stepping up, why don’t you go to Syria and see if you can talk some sense in to these barbarians. I’m sure they would want to live up to your moral values if you just had the chance to tell them about it in person.

  • [4] September 16, 2014 at 3:47pm

    You have a right to your opinion Zappa. I certainly don’t want our government running around water boarding every suspect. The thing is, from everything I have seen, they didn’t do that. There were a select few that were waterboarded…considered the worst of the worst and/or thought to have critical information that could save U.S. lives.

    I am for battery terminals on the testicles and fire ants if that’s what it takes to get info out of a piece of Schit “enemy combatant”. That fits right in to your moral relevance in reverse. The murderers in the Middle East cutting off heads also view their victims as “piece of schit enemy combatants”.

    This is a brutal world. You either participate in some brutality or the brutality of others will eat you alive. You would probably get that better if thrown out of the comfort of the U.S. (assuming you are in the U.S. or other relatively “safe place” from this type of animal) and in to the wild world of survival of the fittest and most vicious.

    Ever see the old show “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom”? The human world is much like surviving as an animal in the wild…we just like to think of ourselves as above it. Paved roads, smart phones, grocery stores and relative peace lulls us in to thinking we are above it.

    Better yet, more recently…Hunger Games? Art often imitates Life.

    All morality is born from religion…be careful…that religion stuff is also “dangerous”. But you knew that…

  • [7] September 16, 2014 at 3:28pm

    Well…Duh! This is what I have assumed from the get-go. Man…people should be checking with me on this stuff!

    OF COURSE the victims thought it was a staged event, there is no way a person who is not drugged is going to be that calm if they know within a minute or two their head would sawed off at the neck with a knife! DUH!

    No good deed goes unpunished. People should know this is what can happen almost anywhere. Hell, severed heads show up in Mexico all the time.

    It’s a good thing most of these victims that aren’t journalists are Christian missionaries doing good and trying to spread the word because at least they know in their mind they are going to a better place…much like the mindset of the very people killing them in their own religion.

    What a world…

  • [6] September 15, 2014 at 12:13pm

    The U.S created the problem of Israel during a progressive presidency. Now the progressives hate Israel. Life is a trip huh?

    Most of the “land” these people argue about is land Israel took during the Arab wars against them. Several Muslim nations tried…all at once to eliminate Israel by war and got embarrassed and the result was Israel controlled even more land. That still pisses them off let alone that Israel is still there.

    Ted Cruz seems to be the real deal to me. We could not be so lucky as to have a man like him for President. The American people are too stupid to elect a “Ted Cruz”. Closest thing we have had since Kennedy (who was no saint by any means) to a man like Cruz was Reagan…but he was an actor…something Americans can relate to.

    Seems like all of our presidents since Ike have been actors and the one before him was too.

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  • September 15, 2014 at 12:02pm

    I agree with your neutral assessment, but I would not believe so-called “witnesses” either.

    “Witnesses” said Michael Brown was shot in cold blood by an unprovoked officer in Ferguson. I would venture to guess when the trial commences we will hear a completely different set of circumstances than the BS that got the idiots to protest and riot there. What won’t be allowed in the courtroom apparently is Browns criminal juvenile record including association with a gang because he had just recently turned 18 before being killed…so there you go, nothing in the young man’s life matters about his character just 3-4 months before the incident apparently.

    I would say the bottom line is in the words of the infamous Hillary Clinton: “What difference…at this point does it make?” when it comes to the Palins at a party in Alaska.

  • [1] September 15, 2014 at 11:52am

    Just showing up in a stretch Hummer would have ticked me off.

    Flashy Much?

    That does not sound like living a humble life and leading by example.

    Seems as much attention as the Palins will always get, the common sense behavior would be to keep a low profile, especially at events like parties.

    I love me some Sarah Palin, but she and her family asks for some of this attention.

    Not saying this fight was their fault, just saying a lower profile would suit a true conservative better.

  • [36] September 15, 2014 at 11:40am

    “Moderate Muslims” are the ones who’s towns and cities are being overtaken by ISIL and having their young men and girls conscripted in to service to the caliphate.

    Yes, there are other faiths suffering there too, but mostly its Muslims “living” through it. The small amount of non-Muslims there are simply being killed.

    If I had the levers of power I would let them all murder each other, offer asylum to the non-Muslim displaced people and tell the Muslim nations in the region that unless they want white people to come back and take control again, they better get their shiznit together and control these animals in their midst.

    I would keep all of our assets out of the theater of battle but build up assets in defense of Israel.

    I would tell the world that we will defend the U.S. and its allies with every violent force we have. Then when necessary, turn anyplace to glass that becomes a threat to said…just like Cheney threatened Pakistan after 911 that got them to capitulate.

    Domestically…seal the borders and shores like a Tupperware container and go about the task of documenting every foreign national in the U.S… Anyone that utters support for an enemy of the state who is not a U.S. citizen gets deported…permanently. American citizens who sympathize would be watched like a hawk and the second they leave the country to support an enemy…citizenship revoked.

    A man can dream I guess.

  • [6] September 15, 2014 at 11:20am

    Kissing someone hello or goodbye, walking hand in hand, walking or standing/sitting with arms around each other…all of that is acceptable public behavior.

    Passionate kissing and simulated or near-sex physical activity is not publicly acceptable in the civilized world. It is childish (teenagers do that kind of crap) and plan old “improper”.

    Our younger people are so morally corrupted by bouncing booties in the black community and the subsequent leak of “twerking” in to white entertainment many of them have no clue that such behavior is inconsiderate and immature. “Ladies and Gentlemen” DO NOT behave like that…only low class, low moral ignorant people do that.

    I’ve said this about Gay people too. I honestly do not care of gay people are in arm or kiss each other hello in a restaurant but I do not need to see “making out” in public by any one.

    I know that sounds prudish and yes, as a teenager I did plenty of it…had many girlfriends that did things their daddies would have not been happy about. But then I grew up.

    Had she/they not been behaving like primitive humans, there would have never been a call to police. Someone was probably passing by with small children with them and didn’t expect a soft porn display on the street.

    Also, how big of a deal is it to show an ID? I have my drivers license, carry concealed permit, voter ID card, NRA Card, library card, AAA card and my vehicle insurance cards almost everywhere I go.

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  • [10] September 15, 2014 at 10:38am

    Seems to run on that side of the political spectrum. Biden has been known to tell the handicapable to stand up and if at least one person doesn’t faint for Obama, the staff will be having a bad day…

  • [343] September 15, 2014 at 10:29am

    I agree with most patrons on this site most of the time AND with Rush Limbaugh about 80% of the time, but the flippant attitude toward the largest (jumbo jet) plane to disappear in history is astonishing.

    Many of you have serious conspiracy theory (and much of it is true I’m sure) about a lot of things, but for some reason you think this one is a joke.

    I’m telling you, this is no joke. Something is very, very wrong about this plane. I guaranty you it’s not just a suicidal pilot that decided to go nose down at full speed. The guy had a simulator in his home with alternate landing strips programmed in.

    I’m not saying it didn’t crash, but I AM saying the U.S. has the tech and gear to not only find this aircraft nearly anywhere on the planet…bus also bring whatever’s left of it up.

    For some reason we have not. Just like for some reason Obama told us we didn’t have the tech to cap that oil pipe in the Gulf of Mexico in 2009. That was a lie. We have had the tech to deal with stuff like that since at least the early 1980’s. He allowed it to gush by not sending our assets. He lied to the world and said only the oil companies had the gear to do it. He used the spill to demonize oil and clamp down on U.S. offshore drilling…and all those rigs are all drilling for someone else now.

    This plane is a Boeing 777, not some small fighter jet or prop plane over the Bermuda Triangle. Something sinister has happened to that plane and I am convinced it wasn’t one man’s depression.

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  • [3] September 15, 2014 at 10:13am

    “Little noticed”?

    Not by me. Anyone paying attention (about 1.5% of the country qualifies I think) knows Obama has especially been stacking the DC court of appeals specifically because he knows he will need unscrupulous judges to save his arse form the crimes against the nation he has committed.

    Thing is, unless one of the conservative justices dies in the next two years and about three months, we have one last check against his devastating presidency.

    If Republicans get control of the senate they should use the same “nuclear option” Harry Reid has invoked and start stacking the deck quickly in the other direction.

    I’m not a Republican, but Democraps see our system as a “Democracy” not a “representative republic”. They wield “Tyranny of the majority” full bore when they get it.

    I would like to say I don’t want Republicans to do the same thing, but they will have to just to restore balance. I don’t trust either of them…I only trust when there are equal parts of both sides so none of them can get much done.

    Republicans need to drop taxes, especially corporate taxes, roll back the regulatory nightmare created by lies and fantasy about global warming and clean up the federal government of which nearly every department has been turned against anyone with Republican, conservative, patriot, TEA Party, Zion, Christian in the description.

    Again, I’m NOT a Republican, but Democraps have made me viscerally hate them over the last 14 years. They are true pieces of feces.

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