User Profile: KNaggieland

KNaggieland

Member Since: May 14, 2011

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  • [10] May 24, 2016 at 11:34pm

    It is sad that so many people have written the unibomber off as crazy. I assume that like most Americans they were simply too lazy fat and stupid to read the Unibombers Manifesto when it was printed.

    Fortunately men like Bill Joy of Sun Microsystems and Ray Kurzweil the inventor and writer actually paid attention. Ray wrote “the age of spiritual machines” where he explains exactly what the unibomber was seeing as a likely future for humanity. Bill wrote “Digital Armageddon: why the future does not need us” as a result of his understanding that the unibomber was definitely not crazy.

    Ted Kaczynski was not insane. His Manifesto was his doctoral thesis, and one that could easily be defended. His actions were as brutal as his conclusionson were about the dangers of runaway technology in the hands of the world’s so called elite.

    So if you are not too lazy, I recommend you read up on what he had to say and compare it to the world 20 years after he was stopped. Much of his dark nightmare has come true and the worst is yet to come.

  • [1] May 17, 2016 at 6:02am

    you do not have to prove your innocence in civil asset forfeiture, you have to prove the innocence of the seized property.

    That is why most people never get their property back because they can not prove they would not have used it for criminal activity.

  • [1] May 11, 2016 at 9:39pm

    you know the Monte Python Joke: Why is American beer like sex in a canoe?

    Because it is F’ing close to water.

  • [2] May 11, 2016 at 9:32pm

    I think it would be more appropriate if Budweiser just removed the word Beer from their label so as to avoid any confusion with a real beer. Just sayin’

    I’ll take a St.Sixtus or Guinness a Watney’s Cream Stout will do..

  • [4] April 14, 2016 at 1:42pm

    I doubt you know much about autism, in fact I think you are pretty damned ignorant. Having raised an autistic child I can assure you it is not bad parenting.

    Yes there are fits and rages and inappropriate behaviour, much more than a neurotypical child. We tried so many things to work with our child. Eventually we got it together and by our child’s senior high year she was almost neurotypical in her behaviour. Aside from a few characteristics that only people used to autistic children would notice she is just a normal kid.

    It was hell, I would say as hard as raising 6 high energy kids. And the euphemism of a “firm hand” sure you can do that with an autistic child and you will get one of two people from it. You will get a psychotic monster or a fearful person incapable of functioning. I prefer to have a well rounded smart funny and ready to live in the real world adult.

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  • [2] April 14, 2016 at 7:38am

    In Texas as long as you are not prohibited from having a firearm you can keep one in your car. So as a Texan his citizenship is his right to carry in his car.
    I suppose the news felt no need to report what is commonly understood in Texas

  • [6] April 11, 2016 at 9:43pm

    I guess I would rather see a woman breastfeed her kid in public than to have to smell a grumpy old man who just overflowed his Depends in the movie theater or at the restaurant I chose to take my wife to.

  • April 7, 2016 at 11:44am

    You do realize that the 1% are not murderers, some are, but most are the 1% of motorcycle riders that embrace the criminal outlaw biker lifestyle. they engage in murder, drug dealing, prostitution, extortion and so forth not all have murdered but all are some sort of serious criminal.

  • April 7, 2016 at 11:35am

    From my understanding 9 of the dead were killed by .223 rifle fire, non of the bikers had a .223 that day bu several cops did.

    Also in many cases the rounds traveled from back to front.

    The grand jury is lead by a Waco PD officer most of the people arrested that day had $1 million dollar bonds placed on them by a judge even though there was no evidence they participated in any violence. several spent months in jail for no other reason than they could not post bail. So they were incarcerated for the crime of not being a texas millionaire.

    The vast majority of the people are not even 1%ers

  • [-3] March 31, 2016 at 8:29am

    Haplovoss: I did not say he always stood for liberty, but if you examine the record he has opposed more government power grabs than all of the other candidates combined.
    If you have a problem with Government collection and storage of your personal data.
    If you have a problem with Government Agencies being used as political weapons
    If you truly believe in being secure in you person property and effects
    If you truly believe that eminent domain should be rare and only for public use
    If you truly believe in innocent until proven guilty and a trial by jury
    If you truly believe that people have a right to a speedy trial not held indefinitely
    if you hold any of these to be dear to your heart then exactly how could you support any of the republican candidates?
    I get it, being a freedom loving American is so out of fashion that the closest you can get to it this election cycle is a socialist. That is not a condemnation of Sanders, it is the final Rebuke to the American people. Oh I promise that this election America will get the President they dearly deserve, and I pray they are poorly prepared for it.
    I say it is you who are insane if you think for even a second that more of the same is going to fix the issues. Trump is not the solution he is the problem he has bought and sold political favors. Cruz supports a police state, and Hillary is just plain insane.

  • [-14] March 31, 2016 at 3:33am

    I don’t want someone to compete with Hillary, I want someone to compete against Hillary.

    I get it, The Don is everything Hillary is, leftist, crony capitalist, truth challenged. He even has Soros covering his back with political donations to GOP dead horses.

    And I guess that is the point we have had 7 going on 8 years of a Narcissistic blowhard, why would we want 4 more with Trump?

    The really sad part is there is only one candidate who has consistently stood up for individual liberty and the bill of rights. And it sure as hell is not Trump or Cruz.

    Trump and Cruz have made it VERY clear that they could care less about the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 8th Amendments and both support a strong police state. Trump has also stated in the past that he is not a supporter of the 2nd and recently he has disparaged the 1st.

    So what we have is a race with 3 outsiders and Hillary Clinton. If Trump or Cruz get elected it does not matter there are 535 members of the Congress that sure as hell are not onboard with them. Hillary has strong support from both democrats and republicans, I bet Ryan has already penned numerous love poems to Hillary in anticipation of her getting elected.

    And the final pale horse in the race and that is Sanders who actually has a strong record in support of individual liberty even his historical second amendment position is not nearly as anti gun as say Obama or Trump. And he will never get his policies implemented but he can veto re-authorization of the NSA spying

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  • [1] March 7, 2016 at 11:54pm

    Well as sad as it sounds I hope he gets the democrat nod to run for President, at least then if Trump is the Republican nominee there will be a “more” conservative alternative

  • [43] February 26, 2016 at 7:01am

    I disagree, you have to buy a used car to meet a Trump.

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  • January 29, 2016 at 10:28am

    I think you mean Trump = Crazy like a war mongering leftist?

    1) An establishment crony capitalist that 100% supports Hillary Clinton’s actions as SecState.
    2) A billionaire who bullies widows to try and steal their property. (more below)
    3) A supporter of Amnesty
    4) Made his largest donation to a republican (Mitch McConnell) to stamp out the TEA party.
    5) A YUGE supporter of Single payer healthcare

    Oh and when he did use eminent domain he fought it by proxy through a government agency so all the legal expense fell on the tax payers and not trump. So add YUGE CORPORATE WELFARE QUEEN to his list of accomplishments.

    So militarily we get the 5th term of George Bush and economically we get the 3rd term of Barack Obama and the First Term of Putin with all the wars and theft of other nations wealth he has promised.

    I guess in a sense he does represent the new America where the government kicks in doors to kill or steal peoples stuff, and he wants to make that a great thing. He certainly does embrace those New York Mafioso values.

  • [4] January 23, 2016 at 8:03pm

    Oh boy I can’t wait until this level of incompetence is making policy decisions.

    1) He supports higher taxes
    2) up until now he has always supported amnesty
    3) he supports Government land grabs and has used them himself
    4) he supports corporate welfare

    Wait it almost sounds like he is running on hope and change.

    Trump 2016 because 3 Obama terms is just right to make America great again.

  • [3] January 14, 2016 at 6:11pm

    No one in the family is very bright, the kid and his mother are the slowest of the bunch. What kills me is the time stamps on the video of the interrogation. That kid was there for 4 hours. My wife was in tears for that part.

    That kid would have told them where he hid JFK’s brain if they asked him.

    And this is what actually binds BLM, The Avery’s and The Oregon militia situation together. Every one of them represents a group of people notoriously abused by Agents of the Government. Unfortunately every one of those groups fails to see what they have in common mostly because of political identities. It is classic British colonialism, keep everyone divided while they stew about how they are the only ones being abused

  • January 10, 2016 at 6:03am

    after the taxes and everything else your Uncle wants it would only be $300 million,

  • [5] January 8, 2016 at 1:43pm

    actually no, the law was not signed until well after the charges were dropped. it was just an attorney who was willing to accept that 15 years of house arrest was significant punishment and it actually cost the tax payers less than an actual sentence.

  • [2] November 24, 2015 at 11:41pm

    So many people actually believe a member of the political class would ever imprison a member of the political class.

    Even Pol Pot of the Khmer Rouge only got house arrest.

    Sure Trey Goudy put up an awesome show but it now more real than WWE wrestling ecept that some of the WWE wrestlers really are that stupid.

    the cops could catch obama tomorrow with a hypodermic full of heroinin the arm of a 6 year old and noone in the political clas would even bat an eyelash. It is a special club with a lot of privilege and immunity. If you want them to pay for their crimes you best be prepaired for torches nd pitchforks.

  • November 24, 2015 at 11:26pm

    Actually the sky is not blue it is just your perception of that portion of the visible light spectrun. The sky is more of a purple color. But the sun is still hot and water is very wet.

    And this science moment was brought to you by some with an education in science not engineering.

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