User Profile: KevINtampa

KevINtampa

Member Since: January 24, 2011

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  • [-1] September 15, 2014 at 5:19pm

    LOL, you did see the part where he was riding a bike right?

    He was more interested in the cabby’s phone number for more than insurance purposes I surmise.

    What’s the hardest thing about riding a bike after you turn 18 year’s old?

    Telling your dad you’re gay.

    I kid! I kid!

    But seriously… ;-)

  • [23] September 15, 2014 at 4:48pm

    Yup. What you said.

  • [2] September 15, 2014 at 4:45pm

    Problem one…

    He didn’t yield to the pedestrians like he was supposed to…

    Secondly…

    He approached slow traffic and did not accordingly adjust his own speed. Fact is, riding 25mph (as he stated) approaching stalled traffic or a red light is stupid. Whether or not it’s legal or illegal is not a good gauge of whether it’s stupid or not. After the way he nearly took out a pedestrian, I’m glad he got some sense knocked into him.

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  • [1] September 15, 2014 at 4:06pm

    That last bit should have been:

    Let no crisis go to waste. Granted, I always thought it would have taken longer before several new vaccinations became mandatory. I was thinking 2020 maybe 2025 but with the hoopla and fear campaign over Ebola, it just might be 2015 when in order to be a lawful citizen you must get treated by your big brother.

  • [2] September 15, 2014 at 4:05pm

    I predicted when Obamacare was still being shoved down the throat of DC that it would lead to mandatory vaccinations.

    Me thinks this Ebola outbreak will be what is used to set the legal precedent that in order to be in personal compliance with the Affordable Care Act, you must get the Ebola vaccination that’s coming down the pipe.

    The Ebola outbreak is to vaccinations what September 11th was to privacy.

    Let no crisis go to waste. Granted, I always thought it would have taken longer before several new vaccinations became mandatory. I was thinking 2020 maybe 2015 but with the hoopla and fear campaign over Ebola, it just might be 2015 when in order to be a lawful citizen you must get treated by your big brother.

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  • [33] September 15, 2014 at 1:36pm

    Ding Ding Ding Ding

    Post of the Day Award Yet Again Monk!

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  • [16] September 15, 2014 at 1:21pm

    To those that haven’t yet given up on the NFL and turned it off, what is wrong with you?

    Actively Supporting the Act of Sodomy – Check
    Employing Criminals and Felons – Check
    Silencing the Godly – Check

    Maybe they don’t want people at mass on Sunday mornings but rather paying $20 for a parking spot to tailgate. Ba’al would be proud of the NFL.

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  • [8] September 12, 2014 at 2:45pm

    Bank of America is poison.

    Mark my words, they will be the first to go along with any sort of money grab.

    Do not do business with them. Not out of boycott, but out of sound business sense.

  • [2] September 12, 2014 at 2:51am

    Nailed it.

  • [4] September 12, 2014 at 2:40am

    When the SHTF and the criminals run free, we will all regret not being more liberal with our use of capitol punishment.

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  • [25] September 12, 2014 at 2:28am

    What happens when someone is carrying this gun in Chicago, in February, and is confronted by armed muggers at the ATM.

    Is that person supposed to say, “Hey Mr. Nice Muggers, it’s so cold and windy here in February so please allow me a moment to take off my winter gloves so my gun allows me to return fire. Thanks, appreciate you playing fair with my life.”

  • [3] September 10, 2014 at 5:51pm

    Sigh.

    Alky, white people rob too.

    Proof: http://www.omaha.com/news/metro/police-man-dies-after-being-shot-during-omaha-home-break/article_f2cff22c-3765-11e4-b29e-0017a43b2370.html

    Vodka, gin, and whiskey have made you a broken person.

  • [44] September 10, 2014 at 5:26pm

    That’s a good one!

    The next time I’m pulled over for speeding I’m going to use that!

    “Officer, I assure you, I always obey the law wherever I can; but right now I can’t because I’m way too drunk, on pain killers, driving a fast convertible with the top down, and late to a party with strippers. Obviously, obeying the law at the moment is an impossibility for me. Now may I please be on my way or are you going to keep standing there interrogating me while there’s not even a smidgen of possible wrong doing on my part?”

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  • [3] September 10, 2014 at 5:16pm

    “He asked the AP not to release the name of the NFL executive, for fear that the information would identify the law enforcement official as the source.”

    I don’t want to live in a society where people have to be so in fear of telling the truth.

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  • [43] September 8, 2014 at 1:42pm

    No, this is why people should open carry.

    An armed society is a friendly society.

  • September 6, 2014 at 7:19pm

    LOL, don’t worry Monk, it’ll be in Russian soon…

  • September 6, 2014 at 7:09pm

    GCT, lighten up buddy.

  • September 6, 2014 at 6:53am

    If we force people to use their sweat and blood on work that is against their will doesn’t that mean they are a slave and not free?

    If a baker is asked to bake a cake for a wedding that they do not endorse, that when the pastor, or judge says “If there is there any witness to this marriage that objects please come forward or forever hold your peace”, they know in their hearts they would come forward, is right to force them to acknowledge that union as an act of God’s grace?

    That’s what marriage is, an act, a vow, before God Himself. It is a grace He granted Adam and Eve, one man and one woman.

    Suppose I went to a gay baker and told him I wanted a cake that says “All Gays Go To Hell”, should he be forced to make it? No, obviously not as that would likely be work he knows there’s no fulfillment in that piece of work. Though if he chose to do it, that would be his right as well. I guess I’m just pro choice…

    The NFL can do business with people on any grounds they choose.

  • September 6, 2014 at 6:40am

    I do believe that every player that got cut and didn’t get this white glove treatment from the NFL was actually discriminated against because of their sexual preference.

    That said, if one of them sues, I hope they lose. Then maybe there will be a court precedent that says a baker and do the exact same thing.

    People have a right to choose how and who they do business with, even the NFL. The NFL has chosen to do business differently with heterosexuals than with homosexuals and I support their right to do so.

    And anyone who thinks a Catholic baker shouldn’t have to bake a cake for an abortion celebration or gay wedding should agree with me.

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  • [4] September 6, 2014 at 6:38am

    I do believe that every player that got cut and didn’t get this white glove treatment from the NFL was actually discriminated against because of their sexual preference.

    That said, if one of them sues, I hope they lose. Then maybe there will be a court precedent that says a baker and do the exact same thing.

    People have a right to choose how and who they do business with, even the NFL. The NFL has chosen to do business differently with heterosexuals than with homosexuals and I support their right to do so.

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