User Profile: KevINtampa

KevINtampa

Member Since: January 24, 2011

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  • [9] January 30, 2015 at 3:38pm

    “IIHS was quick to point out that the size of the car appears to have a direct correlation to safety. Drivers of smaller cars appear to have a greater risk of dying than drivers of bigger cars.”

    Thank God they did this study to find that correlation.

    What will they do a study on next? The reason rain is wet is because it’s made of water?

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  • [4] January 30, 2015 at 3:10pm

    You paranoid people need to relax. Nothing bad could ever come from this.

    That said, who’s hand do I need to cut off to get a cup of coffee from the vending machine? Sheesh!

  • [10] January 30, 2015 at 3:05pm

    LMAO, Blaze you are on a roll with the typos today.

    Did the stork clerk bring a baby?

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  • [22] January 30, 2015 at 1:05pm

    “When the culprit apparently showed down for a red light in Plano”

    By “showed” I guess you mean “slowed”. And by “slowed” I guess you mean “stopped”.

  • [1] January 30, 2015 at 1:00pm

    Here’s the link to the scorecards. Sort by top performers and I think most here would agree with the scoring.

    http://www.heritageactionscorecard.com/

    The establishment must not like that…

  • [2] January 30, 2015 at 3:23am

    From huffpo, because that just makes this moment so much better!

    http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/830890

    Bwahahahaha! No way Clinton even gets nominated. Her fellow democrats will eat her alive.

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  • [5] January 30, 2015 at 1:35am

    Also, it should be noted that every home game the lightning owner donates $50,000 to a local charity in a community hero award.

    That’s more than two million dollars a year. The Lightning organization is one of the classiest run franchises in all of sports.

  • [3] January 30, 2015 at 1:32am

    Oh, and that family is good luck! Bolts won 5 to 1 and reclaimed the number one seed in the Atlantic division! We gotta get that family season tickets now!

  • [2] January 30, 2015 at 1:29am

    The mic didn’t do us justice, they had it turned down cause the MC was screaming. Likely because no one would be able to hear him over all us Bolt fans being the thunder! Tampa loves our MacDill men and women. Glad we got to share in a homecoming tonight!

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  • [34] January 29, 2015 at 10:18pm

    The Nation of Islam believes that the US will one day be part of the Caliphate. And the capitol of the Caliphate in this region of the world will be Texas.

    It’s supposed to show how confident they are about winning. They’re going to put the capitol in Texas, of all places. But, if they are stacking ISIS ahols in Mexico, waiting to jump the border and take texas first, there’s gonna be a lotta dead jihadi aholes.

    Remember the Alamo, never again. They picked the wrong capitol.

  • [8] January 29, 2015 at 5:09pm

    If you witness a crime, and you tell an investigating officer you will not give your testimony with out a lawyer present, anything said after that and before an attorney arrives to provide counsel is not admittable, regardless if you are under suspicion or not.

    Also, you always have the right to remain silent; you are born with that right. No law or regulation changes that natural right. It is as they say, self evident.

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  • [10] January 29, 2015 at 4:55pm

    Wrong. Your right to an attorney, and all the protections of the law, start at birth not at the moment you are under arrest.

    Sheesh.

  • [4] January 29, 2015 at 4:53pm

    Unless of course before she got there they were telling him he had to stay so they could photograph him. Something tells me it wasn’t just a picture that the investigator wanted. It seemed he had plenty of time to get a picture, even with the defendants attorney standing there.

    We’re not getting the whole story I don’t think.

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  • [28] January 29, 2015 at 4:47pm

    You have the right to remain silent. ANything you say can be held against you in the court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you can not afford an attorney, the state will provide you with an attorney. If your attorney does the job that attorney is supposed to do, we will arrest and confine that attorney. Once we get what we want from you, we will release your state provided attorney and no one will be held individually accountable for the attorney’s temporary incarceration, though it’s likely the property tax payers of the county will have to pony up a bit of dough in a civil suit, the funds of which will mostly go to another attorney.

    Do you understand these rights as I’ve read them?

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  • [5] January 29, 2015 at 1:54pm

    “I’m sorry, I don’t think I’m understanding the basis of your question, sir,” she said.

    Soooooo, the President has nominated yet another incompetent moron that has zero comprehension skills. Pretty sure everyone in the country, except this woman, had no trouble understanding the basis of the question. Since when is stupidity an acceptable response in front of a nomination hearing? Seriously, if she doesn’t understand that, and she stated in no uncertain terms in front of congress that she doesn’t, can she really be expected to understand and comprehend anything that’s put in front of the Attorney General position? This answer is the only evidence you need to determine she’s not fit for the position.

  • [17] January 29, 2015 at 12:56am

    Somebody call and notify the DHS, Secret Service, FBI, CIA, NSA, TSA, NASA, and the federal parks department on the double.

    Tell’em we got a code two, I repeat, a code two, in Gustine Texas and we e gotta catch these poopy perps with their pants down.

    We’re the gubmint gosh nabbit! No body poops on us! No let’s show this turd who the boss is and pinch these turd droppers!

  • January 28, 2015 at 2:26am

    But Chuck, only just stumbled on the idea ronight. I got a full time job, rather a career, that my writing has to contend with…

    So a year for a brand new idea, a uear seems like an aggressive but achievable time frame. I already have the protagonist and antagonist characters from previous works; but creating a world of a generation of thousnads of humans raised initially by machines, and making that interesting, might take a few months and a few revisions and reworks. :-) I’m new to this, if you got any tips I’m listening…

  • [23] January 28, 2015 at 1:20am

    If I were a preacher, though I suppose maybe we all can be, I’d make this video into a great sermon. Show it to my parish on Sunday, then give this homily:

    This video gives me hope, but the kind of hope Obama knows nothing about. When I watch this, I think, “What a great puppy!”. That puppy is going to grow up with a 7 year old who is going to cherish him. A great family that will cherish it, and that dog will be the most loyal friend to that family for a very long time. I am able to find that hope because I have faith. Not just faith in God, that’s *just* where faith starts, but faith in my neighbors.

    In my mind, from that little blurb of a commercial, my faith tells me that lady is the nicest dog breeder on planet Earth, that dog is the greatest dog on Earth, and to find that out you just have to ask the family that adopts him in 15 years. That’s because I have faith.

    The left has no faith. The left laughs and mocks the idea of faith. No, the left embraces full on cynicism for their neighbors. When someone asks for a little help, the left responds with paranoid thoughts on race; not faith in the good will of their fellow man. To the left, that lady is Creulla De Vil and she just shipped that puppy to Michael Vick. All because to them, God isn’t real, and faith is the greatest muscle that belief in Him strengthens. What a hellish world that would be to live in, and that’s life with out faith. That’s why the left hates this commercial.

    Amen, Hallelujah! Cyber sermon done.

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  • [9] January 28, 2015 at 12:48am

    Holy cow, now if they figure out a way to boil a fertilized egg, freeze it, and defrost/unboil it to have it grow/develop into a chic that would be impressive. It might solve the problem with the dry freeze that occurs in cellular cryogenics. Adding additional water before the freeze might help insulate/greatly assist in the harsh frost/defrost process of the fertilized egg. It could actually shorten it greatly because during thaw time is the first thing that starts decaying the process of the cell. Shorten the time, help the process.

    You laugh, but the implications that might have for long distance space travel; well that’s Noah’s ark. Imagine if we could send thousands of different species to another planet and have them terraform it for us. If they can survive, and thrive, by the time we hatch there we’ll know humanity has a shorter long shot of surviving. Imagine if you were able to attach a giant frozen monkey uterus, that had support systems with necessary bio nutrients capable of growing them until they birth. A uterus so large, thousands of ant, bee, monkey, camel, snail, salamander, etc., eggs that would wait to develop until they arrive. I’m going to add that bit to my latest sci-fi novel and footnote this page.

    If they could grow there first, and adapt, it would late us know to start hatching the human race as well, on a 50,000 year time delay.

    The novel is called “Miuawga – Created In His Image” and should be done by this winter.

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  • [5] January 27, 2015 at 6:08pm

    Obama statement to the UN:

    “First it was a funny, hilarious actually because it was so honest, protests over a video about Muhammy; this time it was a spontaneous protest over the cartoons in France. Make no mistake, these people are not dying because of my ineptitude, they are dying because people slander my religion, oops, I mean Islam.”

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