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KevINtampa

Member Since: January 24, 2011

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  • [45] August 29, 2014 at 2:21pm

    Isn’t this like the government saying, “Our belief system says you must condone homosexual acts. Our belief system is the system of the land that you must obey.”

    That sounds like government endorsement of a religion, does it not?

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  • [1] August 29, 2014 at 1:42pm

    For the Record does great exposé work, unfortunately they pair it with overly dramatic music and ultra contrast lighting. The news should not be handled like an episode of 24. It really is annoyingly over produced. Lose the dramatics and that would be one of the best shows on TV.

  • [1] August 29, 2014 at 3:26am

    Going back to:
    “If you analyze data enough times and enough ways, you’re bound to find something that is statistically significant,” Dr. Max Wiznitzer, a neurologist at a children’s hospital in Cleveland, told CNN after looking at both the CDC’s 2004 study and Hooker’s more recent publication.

    The CDC should know this, it’s how they operate.

    So why push the MMR All-in-One Vaccine?
    Because it’s more than three times cheaper than the safe alternative of spacing out the vaccinations two or three months apart. Welcome to how government solves an efficiency issue. Mark my words, the government will be pushing more and more vaccines. They will be mandated as a cost saving, but sold to us as “preventative healthcare” that’s for the children. By 2020 every child will have an Ebola vaccine; God only knows how that will affect the synapses in our brains thirty years after receiving it. I mean that not as threat but a fact. Scratch that, God and potentially the Devil.

  • [2] August 29, 2014 at 3:12am

    The question as a people we must ask ourselves is, can we trust the parents of these children, our fellow people, or do we trust and agency governed by the same people that brought us the IRS scandal, a multi-billion dollar in the tank postal service, and a plethora of intelligence agencies who convey the sentiment that they are only spying on us for our own protection.

  • [9] August 29, 2014 at 3:11am

    “Vaccines protect the health of children in the United States so well that most parents today have never seen first-hand the devastating consequences of diseases now stopped by vaccines,” the CDC added.” However, our 2014 measles count is the highest number since measles was declared eliminated in 2000. We do not want to lose any opportunity to protect all of our children when we have the means to do so. ”

    What is at question isn’t the vaccine for Measles, nor is it the Mumps vaccine, and nor is it the Rubella vaccine. What is at issue is a cocktail of all three being delivered at the same time. If there is evidence that all three being ingested by the body can cause neurological damage, even if it’s a potentially false positive, shouldn’t we error on the side of caution, for the children and the adults they will become, to deliver these separately in three different doctor visits?

    Prior to the MMR All-in-One being introduced and mainstreamed, American autism rates were 1 in 2000. Currently, post MMR All-in-One, they are 1 in 68 and SEVERAL families attest that they noticed the change within hours of receiving the MMR All-in-One vaccination.

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  • [6] August 29, 2014 at 3:05am

    “If you analyze data enough times and enough ways, you’re bound to find something that is statistically significant,” Dr. Max Wiznitzer, a neurologist at a children’s hospital in Cleveland, told CNN after looking at both the CDC’s 2004 study and Hooker’s more recent publication.

    Isn’t that the exact point of a scientific study?

    “This does not mean that the result is a true positive (vs. a false positive) or meaningful.”

    Then, if that’s true; any statistical finding saying the MMR All-in-One is safe doesn’t mean that the result is a true positive or meaningful; so what’s the point of any study?

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  • [1] August 29, 2014 at 2:46am

    Her whole life in school was a popularity class, why should now be any different?

    This is what happens when you raise snidey spoiled brats; one day they start teaching our kids.

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  • [1] August 28, 2014 at 5:55pm

    BINGO!

    It’s the same philosophy as Anonymous. Anonymous is a cover for the American government alphabet soups to operate under.

    You are running for office, you believe in small government, you are getting support in the polls, and then one day all of your personal e-mails are sent to the NY Times – and “Anonymous” takes credit. It couldn’t be the government, or the NSA, no way; it’s anything from a 17 year old basement dweller in South Dakota or a Pakistani goat herder in a Kabul cave claiming the hacker collective Anonymous brand.

    “We stormed this building because someone called 911. We will likely never find the person, but if we do, they will go to prison for a long time.” Chuckle, chuckle, hee, hee.

  • August 28, 2014 at 5:39pm

    http://individualsense.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/i_first_heard_about_it_on_the_news1.png

  • [5] August 28, 2014 at 5:34pm

    Another lie.

    They have a strategy. Their strategy is to not have a strategy, and so far it’s been carried out to perfection.

    Here he is practicing that strategy whilst caught in a sand trap on the golf course:

    http://individualsense.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/i_first_heard_about_it_on_the_news1.png

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  • [4] August 28, 2014 at 3:29pm

    “with many meeting attendees wearing red in solitary”

    So if they were wearing red in solitary, how did anyone know they were actually wearing red?

    Did they send in selfies showing what they were wearing?

    I think all Blaze regulars, and likely some off shoot visitors, are in solidarity agreement that the Blaze editing teams could be a little more professional. And that’s not to insinuate they are in need of raises, but maybe new prescriptions of their bifocals.

    That said, way to go Lee County!

    Let’s see how Rick Scott handles this both before and after the November election.

    I’m still waiting for the open carry amendment he promised four years ago but has since walked from…

  • [3] August 27, 2014 at 4:42am

    Because the object of a piece of art is to create an emotional response of some sort in the person experiencing the piece of art.

    The subject of a piece of art is what is used to manifest that emotion, in this case it’s a frog that’s been sculpted, delicately stretched, placed in a mold, and then product of the mold placed around a curved metallic co-subject that “re-compresses” the subject via a smaller reflective radius illusion that places me in wonderment because I’ve just seen a magic trick.

    Or it’s just the verbiage he chose for no rational reason.

  • [2] August 26, 2014 at 1:32pm

    Middle Eastern students also danced and celebrated at the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL while the WTC and Pentagon were still burning.

  • [94] August 26, 2014 at 1:22pm

    “It’s hardly controversial to say that the president and his family deserve some privacy—everyone does,”

    Someone please forward that “every does” bit to the NSA, FBI, Secret Service, CIA, and DHS Fusion Centers.

    Also, please forward it to the following companies: Google, Apple, Microsoft, Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, Time Warner, GE, and others…

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  • [15] August 26, 2014 at 1:15pm

    I bet $100 that the guy using this device had his own seat reclined.

    I also bet he’s less than 5’10″.

  • August 25, 2014 at 2:57pm

    If a kid doesn’t fit into the mold that society requires them to fit then there’s some sort of issue with that child.

    If they need more sleep, we have drugs that will fix them to make them fit our mold.

    If they lack attention spans, we have pharmaceutical grade speed that will fix them to make them fit our mold.

    This is the spirit of the times in America, and if you disagree, we have mood stabilizers that will fix you to make you fit our mold.

  • [2] August 23, 2014 at 4:43pm

    Until the good people of Chicago arm themselves and form a people’s posse this will continue.

    The gangs make sure that the politically corrupt in Chicago stay in power. The politicians can use the people’s fear as leverage. Every election cycle the politicians promise new initiatives to clean it up, knowing that if it is cleaned up they have no other platform to run on next election cycle. And let’s face it, the people in the neighborhoods know very well who the bad apples are that need to be harvested.

    This is why the politicians make sure the good people can’t own a firearm in Chicago. If the people were armed they might have the confidence to clean up their neighborhood; so Chicago’s politically corrupt make sure their good people are defenseless little sheep so they can retain power over them.

  • [1] August 23, 2014 at 4:26pm

    There’s two! At the 37 second mark you can see a smaller one to the bottom left of the big one.

  • [2] August 23, 2014 at 4:08pm

    I’m sorry but if after reading this you do not come to the conclusion that we are in fact experiencing the zombie apocalypse you are one of the infected.

  • [8] August 23, 2014 at 3:35pm

    I’ll finish where this article stopped.

    Prepare, not panic. But, if you prepare too well, the US government will treat you like one of the terrorists on their watch lists.

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