User Profile: Kerstile

Kerstile

Member Since: March 04, 2012

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  • August 4, 2014 at 9:34am

    Your going to stick me where with that needle???

    Yes, folks. The injection is “local”. Whatintheheck is wrong with that DA’s office? Good grief. These idiots don’t know what “The right of the people to be secure in their persons” means?

  • August 4, 2014 at 9:04am

    WWI is the war (not the only one unfortunately) that keeps on killing. Two people were killed in Ypres just this year when an unexploded ordnance from WWI detonated. Over one BILLION shells were exchanged, some of which still contain poisons like mustard and chlorine. It is estimated that ~30% did not detonate. Flanders is great farmland. Thick, soft soil that shells simply “plopped” into without detonating. Also, many unfired shells were just left behind. A special Belgian Army squad collects hundreds of unexploded shells every year. These shells just pop out of the farm soils.

  • [31] August 2, 2014 at 8:18am

    While employed at a State Psychiatric Hospital, I attended an educational program on the treatment structure for the mentally ill. The presenters were social workers. The presenters exhibited a flowchart of their treatment paradigm. They kept it covered and asked the audience of medical physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses and pharmacists, “Who should be at the center of the chart?” The answers were “the patient” (most logical imho), “the physician”, “the family”, and so forth. None in the audience guessed the “correct” answer. The social workers placed themselves in the center. They believed they were the most important part of the paradigm. I thought it quite odd, up until I reviewed the findings of Dr. Philip Zimbardo in his famous Stanford Prison Experiment. The social workers wield the power of the State as cudgels much more than any “bad-cop” you could ever find, because the social workers are completely united in repressing the American Person. It is a systems problem and the social workers have written the blueprints for the system. Absolute power does indeed corrupt absolutely. Check out Zimbardo’s work. Zimbardo’s work can also be applied to what happened at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. Also search “Milgram Experiment” performed by Stanley Milgram.

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  • July 5, 2014 at 8:58am

    Her skin may just be de-pigmented possibly due to her age. She may also be mixed race. Look at her mottled skin. Possible vitiligo. Not enough information and it doesn’t really matter. You may be right and I’m wrong.

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  • [1] July 5, 2014 at 6:54am

    The perp is a Moroccan born Spanish national. So, Spanish citizen born in Morocco. The perp also got out of psych hospital earlier in this year. Draw your own conclusions.

  • [7] July 4, 2014 at 11:06pm

    Aren’t they still getting $659 billion MORE than last year? This is a politicians definition of a cut, not the real worlds definition of a cut. The proposed budget was $1 billion more than 2014. Congress shaved $341 million from that billion. They still get an increase of $659 billion.

  • June 27, 2014 at 9:27pm

    I’ve run into a few of these types who believe similar stuff. Dopplegangers and actors are supposedly taking over, well, pretty much everything. Let’s hope he doesn’t own firearms and hope that all his local gun shops know him and deny him a purchase. He’s scary.

  • [7] June 27, 2014 at 9:09pm

    darkrage000. I wanted to mention what government does by taking from me and giving what it takes directly to others -as an analogy-. You beat me to it. I also didn’t want to go off topic. The scale of the offense is multiple magnitudes of difference though. The vets heart is in the right place, so I hesitate to condemn him too strongly as I have certainly been guilty of more serious sin. Now if the vet was buying dinner for the homeless man with his own money and CBarrel evicted the homeless man because of his disheveled appearance………well, then CB has a real problem.

  • [26] June 27, 2014 at 8:57pm

    RabidPatriot, the article does not disclose the source of the food. You have a legit point to a degree. My comeback is to ask if it is okay to feed the poor with garbage. Food served to one person, then returned, is garbage and should not be sold to another person because it has been out of the control of the restaurant, but giving it away is okay? Also, this man’s actions could end up drawing crowds (I embellish) of homeless to the restaurant which may decrease paying traffic. Is it right that people avoid crowds of homeless? No, but it is reality.

  • [2] June 27, 2014 at 8:38pm

    Skip the booze, tabac and sugar. Go for guns, ammo and a nice motorcycle. Maybe a fast boat or sky diving lessons.

  • [691] June 27, 2014 at 8:28pm

    Charity is NOT redistributing other peoples property. Charity is redistributing one’s own property. This man was wrong. When someone takes from me without my permission, it is theft. It does not matter what that person does with my property afterward. He is still a thief. Bear2arms, you are correct.

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  • March 2, 2014 at 5:40pm

    Let’s see. The Fed is printing money as fast as it can ever since the crisis of ’08. The companies Maher cites are paying back money borrowed from the Fed. Hmm. Annnnnd, he cites percentages paid back above and beyond that equate to loans at about 0.1% annual interest. I wish I could get a deal like that. Let’s see. I will be totally irresponsible with other peoples money (that they entrusted to my care), lose their shirts for them, borrow inflated dollars from the Fed at 0.1% interest; dollars that are backed by the full faith of the USA, in other words, ME, the taxpayer. Oh, yeah, socialism is great. Puny little people like me get to bail out AIG and GM, all the while suffering the worst form of taxation, INFLATION via printing money out of thin air. Inflation punishes the little guy while allowing government and governments friends off the fiscal hook. Maher is simply a despicable, lying, creep.

  • February 15, 2014 at 7:34pm

    This happens more than we know. What kind of desperation would drive a person to do such a thing. Combine that despair with the ignorance that at 35,000 ft altitude, it is -60 degrees F and less than 1/3 of sea level oxygen and you end up with, for lack of a better word, a corpse-icle.

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  • February 15, 2014 at 7:27pm

    I’m not a mathematician or an engineer, but I do know that water has considerable mass. Rolling 800 lbs of anything down a hill, the bottom of which is populated with structures and people is stupid. The stupidity of youth. I was pretty stupid at that age also. Glad no one was hurt. Of course, I’ve been shoveling the white-trash-that-falls-from-sky for three days straight and I am keenly aware of just how heavy it is.

  • February 8, 2014 at 9:11am

    Sikorsky is located in CT. It’s right off the Merritt Parkway outside of Milford. Somebody testing a drone? Saw the accident as a perfect test scenario? I admit that Hartford is a fair distance from the Sikorsky plant though.

  • February 3, 2014 at 7:11pm

    “How many millions of dollars do you feel you are entitled to from the rest of us?”

    It’s okay for you to stick your hand in my pocket, but not this woman. Please explain why.

  • June 3, 2013 at 12:58pm

    38 mm. Hmmm. A hand held punt gun. 1.5 inch bore would shoot a 10 oz. lead slug. I’ll shoot it if I can mount it on the bed of my pick-up. Otherwise, I’ll pass. I have a light frame that would have trouble with the recoil and I’m old. /s Hahaha! Love picking on the editors. A 38mm hand “cannon” for sure.

  • June 3, 2013 at 12:33pm

    Why can I not see the image every time I am scanned? There is no reason the signal cannot be split so that I see what they see.

    I do not like being touched by strangers and am not afraid of the tiny amount of radiation from the scanners. I prefer not being touched and I really prefer the women in my family not being touched. Call me a chauvinist.

  • May 26, 2013 at 6:48am

    These “stats” are total bull. Any statistical analysis must compare apples to apples. What is the suicide rate for non-veterans? A quick look at CDC numbers shows the rate for males age 10-24 to be about 11/100,000 in 2009. This is a “rate” of about FOUR PER HOUR or ONE EVERY 15 MINUTES which is FOUR TIMES the rate of veterans. OK, this is another example of manipulating numbers and is as full of bull as HP. A true “study” would compare rates for non-veterans in the same age groups. “Active-duty” is male and female age 18-??? There is simply not enough information provided to make any determination whatsoever comparing vets vs. non-vets. I CALL BULLSHALE.

  • May 25, 2013 at 9:01pm

    We have been eating genetically modified organisms for thousands of years. I give you the humble species Brassica oleracea which man has bred to produce broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprout, kale, cabbage and many others. Yes. All of these vegetables are of the SAME species and man has modified this species to produce these delicious and nutritious wonders. We’ve done the same thing to nearly every crop we grow and every animal we raise. Without genetic modification we do not even have man’s best friend, Canis lupus familiaris to keep us happy. We also eat billions to trillions of micro-organisms daily along with all the poisons and wastes these critters produce. Unless we are strict cannibals (eaters of only food identical to “self”), every one of us sustains his life by eating proteins and DNA that is not-”self”. Since everything we eat is foreign, (not-”self”) it is inevitable that some people will have allergies to some foods. Should there be a careful watch on gene splicing? Of course, but eating GMO’s has been a part of the success of our species. Beats starvation any day. People are fat because they eat too much and food is plentiful and cheap. An easy way to make everybody thin is to make food very expensive. Yeah, we really want that.

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