User Profile: KevINtampa


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  • [1] August 1, 2014 at 5:41pm

    I lived in Germany for 7 months and was on the road for probably 3 entire months of that.

    It’s a misnomer to say that the autobahn has no speed limits. The autobahn does in fact have speed limits, and in my opinion they are far more conservative with their limits near the cities than we are here in the US.

    That said, in the more rural areas they do have no posted speed limit where you can go as fast as you believe safety allows. However, the roads in these areas were specifically designed to keep the driver engaged and their speed down. The autobahn was designed to accentuate the landscape and have a certain appeal to the driver. The natural architecture design actually limits the speeds of drivers. There’s no doubt that I hit over 200 kph (125mph) on several occasions, but rarely was that sustained for any prolonged duration.

    Back to the point, in the US, at this point, it’s not so simple to say we need our interstates to be like Germany. Our interstates were designed not by the landscape but by American desire of efficiency. Flat. Straight. Boring. Frankly, you could do 200 mph on more road in America than you could through all of Europe; but only if you weren’t surrounded by others doing 200mph, which everyone would be if they could in any lane available.

    Do you know what’s worse than a slow poke in the left lane?

    A speed demon passing using the lane reserved for exiting (AKA the right lane).

    Screw both of them. I chill 8 over limit in the center :-)

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  • [1] August 1, 2014 at 5:08pm

  • [4] August 1, 2014 at 5:08pm

    Police are using events to train. It’s quite obvious.

    Katrina was a training ground. Let no crisis go to waste. Just watch the videos of them grabbing guns during the Katrina “normalization”.

    In Boston they instituted curfews and outright suspended the 4th Amendment as they stormed people’s homes. Let no crisis go to waste. Just another “normalization” mission.

    Not to mention the dozens of “shows” preparing the people for how to deal with war in the city streets…

    Go here for the evidence:

  • August 1, 2014 at 5:01pm

    “My hope is that this report reminds us once again that, you know, the character of our country has to be measured in part not by what we do when things are easy but what we do when things are hard,” Obama said.

    Anyone catch Beck’s monologue on torture this morning?

    Eerily similar. Actually, nearly verbatim if not verbatim to what I heard Beck say on the radio today.

    Did the Blaze have a transcript of today’s Presidential statement during the show today?

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  • [3] August 1, 2014 at 4:56pm

    Could be…

    But I wouldn’t rule out a sick white guy either…

    Or a group of teenage girls…

    The world is sick.

  • [2] July 31, 2014 at 3:55pm

    All who act out their lives following the instruction of Jesus Christ live eternally, so this “study” is rather moot.

  • [1] July 30, 2014 at 11:37pm

    Amnesty talk won’t be limited to illegals aliens.

    Be ready for prisons to allow mass exoduses from their walls.

  • [3] July 29, 2014 at 6:58pm

    It’s stupid you don’t tell the number of digits…

    Anyone attempting this can easily find the answer on any credit card receipt…

    The funny this is that FPAs (forced prior auths) should be initiated by the merchant through their cc processor’s customer service number. Voice authorizations are not that unusual, unfortunately I think this is a result of generational ignorance. The youth today have no idea what to do when the buttons pushed don’t do what they are supposed to and can thus be socially engineered into doing just about anything.

    They key to a good hacker isn’t technical know how. Even Kevin Mitnic will tell you that social engineering is 80% of a successful hack.

  • [4] July 29, 2014 at 6:13pm

    Obama migrated across our borders as a babe, and look how far he has come!

    The meager son of a self proclaimed Socialist Party advocate and member. Just think, all of these little ones coming in now will have a chance at becoming a President too, just like Barry! This is especially true if we can convince another 100 million of them to make a run for the border.

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  • July 29, 2014 at 3:15am

    Still doesn’t explain tower 7.

  • July 27, 2014 at 4:04pm

    “Never will happen. Psychopaths never blame themselves”

    Tell that to Hitler. Oh, right, he served himself up a bullet; which is exactly what people like him and Obama do when they have no one else to blame.

  • [-1] July 26, 2014 at 1:56pm

    This was just a live fire exercise to prove their training techniques will work on a real bad guy.

    I think they wanted to make sure that people, other innocent passengers, will actually obey hands up heads down procedures and this guys obviously non-serious threat likely spoken in jest or frustration provided a good excuse for a live fire real world dry run.

  • [1] July 26, 2014 at 1:49pm

    We have to keep reminding Palestinians the same thing…

    Your land for thousands of years???

    Actually, no, that’s not true. Just because you make things up doesn’t mean we will believe them.

    Show me when Egypt had a border with Palestine.

    When did any Egyptian ruler ever recognize a Palestinian state before 1900?

    Show me any Jordanian document written before 1900 that mentions Palestinian trade or foreign relations correspondence.

    What were the Palestinian officially stated borders during the Ottoman empire?

    The region has been in turmoil for thousands of years; tell me of a war waged by any of the mid-east players involving a recognized country named Palestine before 1900.

    You can not because no country in the middle east has ever acknowledged a state of Palestine prior to 1920.

    Egypt never has. Iran never has. Jordan never has. Saudi Arabia never has.

    And yet it wasn’t until the very well documented Jewish state was re-established that people in these countries ever recognized a Palestinian state.

    Interesting. The middle east has learned one thing over its thousands of years of warring: How to fabricate a proxy patsy to fight its battles.

    Oh this was about baseball???

    Yeah, it too has been around for thousands of years.

  • [4] July 26, 2014 at 1:29pm

    Actually, I just think he’s calling out their loyalties.

    Just because you were born or migrated here does not mean here is where your loyalties lie.

    Perhaps he felt these two are overly sympathetic to the cause of rising India’s stature at the cost of exhausting US resources. If that’s the case, who’s government interests are they really working for?

  • July 26, 2014 at 1:20pm

    Two words.

    1. Zombie

    2. Allegory

  • [4] July 26, 2014 at 3:50am

    Trust me, they already know.

    The rest of the world is just waiting to see if we, the U.S., might get knocked down a peg or two before they decide who they will back and who they will attack. Hell, they play their cards right and the may come out of the calamity on top of everybody.

    People think it’s crazy, but I think Germany is going to start surprising a lot of people.

    My grandfather always said to never trust a German to not start a World War and always expect a Frenchman to be ready to pick up the scraps.

    I’m of French-German decent so I have a PC license on this one; so you can’t call me a racist.

    What are leaders in Europe saying, or not saying, anyways?

    The Blaze needs to put the Buck Sexton show in their official Roku on demand app.

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  • [12] July 26, 2014 at 3:35am

    For once I agree with Senator McCain. It is torture.

    This never would have happened with a noose or guillotine.

    The problem was not the sentence of death. The problem is that Progressives think they know more humane ways of carrying out the sentence. A noose is humane for vile beings that take the lives of the innocent; and since Progressives are so cagey I wouldn’t put it passed them that they actually tampered with the dosage to torture this man to further justify their own political strategy of the end justifying the means; even if that means torturing a worthless plebe strapped in chair to further their end goal of changing the national discussion to capital punishment and evoking strong emotion out of people so they don’t think about the fact that some of the people in Washington need to find themselves standing on a collapsing wooded plank after being found guilty of treason by 12 jurors

  • [22] July 26, 2014 at 3:13am

    It’s a #HashTagHero culture.

    I’m generous. I’m good. I’ll help people who are down on their luck. I can prove it on my twitter stream. I’m a #HashTagHero!

    I raise awareness so I don’t have to do any work to help the needy.

    I just tell the government to do it; I don’t have any spare change myself; and more importantly, I don’t have the time or energy to volunteer in person.

    But one thing I got going for me on my way to pearly gates is my #HashTagHero status.

    Watch this…


    Did you see that? I just helped everyone because I’m a real HashTagHero and I even come with my own song:

    Singing right now because I’m gonna be Hash Tag Hero with stars in my eyes.


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  • [644] July 25, 2014 at 5:22pm

    I agree, the man will undoubtedly be his own demise.

    And I can ask for no better justice punishment for such a narcissistic egomaniac.

    Self demise where he finally has no other option but to finally place the blame where it belongs, himself.

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  • [5] July 25, 2014 at 5:01pm

    And he was the first person President Obama called on his first day in office.

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