User Profile: RaydocX


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  • April 20, 2014 at 12:59am

    Hi,Don is right, they should get cautious. When a family member bought a condo, the guy who seemed most helpful and nice in the next five years got the entire unit in a legal dispute over neighbors accessing their property through the condo lot, and after taking the treasurer position didn’t pay his dues, then didn’t pay water until it was going to be shut off. He declared bankruptcy but lost the house, then squatted on the house for almost a year, and on leaving, tried to leave water running to ruin the unit without regard to the other owners.

    Such peole are often borderline personalities, and all should beware

  • April 18, 2014 at 1:07pm

    Move out of the state, gun owners and freedom loving citizens.
    Take the loss on your home, risk the unknown. It has time be better than the situation that is developing.

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  • April 18, 2014 at 2:09am

    Glad they got him.n hope he didn’t have partners or that cop cats are not encouraged.
    And the claim by the police that everyone ‘gad been safe’… Kind of hard to support that statement.

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  • April 17, 2014 at 11:38pm

    curiously, Mr. Templin was a high school instructor when i was in school Waaayyy back.
    always popular, ‘in tune’ with the kids. which to guys translated into girlfriends who crushed on him.

    last i heard he had left teaching and purchased one of the empty missile silos being sold by the government (guess BLM is not worried about reptiles in Kansas).

    Interesting photos. driving back and forth between KC and Junction City on I70 they used to have Buffs on their shake out and log time runs. And Whiteman is not so far away considering they used Stealth bombers for fly overs at Arrowhead back before mandatory cuts were applied in ways to make things ‘as painful as possible’ for the citizens.

    If the described turns are accurate, i am betting on a UMAV… hard to get the human body to take the G’s that would involve.

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  • April 17, 2014 at 8:00pm

    FBI had credible evidence linking arab/islamic terrorists to providing the ‘right wing militants’ who blew up the Murrow building.

    Anyone willing to bomb a building and kill innocent children is a terrorist. I have not seen anyone here try to say McVeigh and Nichols weren’t terrorists.

    That does not mean anyone who opposes the government is a terrorist. or warrants inclusion on the watch list.

    and it certainly does not mean that ‘men’ like Harry Reid who have endlessly put their own profit over the nation’s should get off for that behavior scott free.

    Lexington_green, you are correct, but unless there is irrefutable multi-media multi-perspective proof, regardless of who shoots first, the protestors will get the blame. Look at Kent State. The only difference is that here the media will support whatever Reid and his masters say through their mouthpiece, POTUS.

    Dark times are ahead, economically, fiscally, socially…

  • April 17, 2014 at 7:42pm

    ridiculous… dilution is the solution.
    anyone who thinks birds and other critters haven’t done this should religiously start drinking only bottled water.

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  • April 17, 2014 at 6:23pm

    agree progressiveslayer.
    am amused at all those who are outraged at Glenn but keep popping up on every story.
    most of us won’t be able to vote for either of these gentlemen, so it is of little consequence.

    And while Norquist has obvious and glaring issues, a flat tax is not one of them.
    Ask Steve Forbes about that.
    In point of fact, most nations where socialism has become the rule rather than the exception, EVERYONE pays a significant portion as tax because it’s the only way it works.

    I fail to see how anything we learned here qualified either candidate as a RINO, and do not make my choice on what Glenn said, as much as what the candidates said.

    And since either can and does lie, having Freedom Works or Beck or the Blaze vetting what is said is helpful.

    There are lots of balls in the air right now, and no candidate will tick all of the boxes in my ‘go’ categories. But there are some litmus categories that if they waver are disqualifiers.

  • April 17, 2014 at 6:10pm

    great round, though not to shoot all afternoon compared to 5.56 or even .308.
    i was led to believe the latter is the most common round in city snipers given their closer position relative to targets. And for those who really prepare for that possible eventuality, .300 win mag and the Lapua rounds are popular as well… haven’t had the pleasure of the trying the latter.

    wonder if the judge is wishing his state was less liberal. Loved visiting family in Ann Arbor, but they truly thoght they were the Berkley of the central US, and were proud of it instead of embarrssed.

  • April 17, 2014 at 6:06pm

    well stated Texas.
    of course, none of us, the last i checked, were insisting that those who oppose firearms go out and purchase them.
    another example of who is actually tolerant.

    locally a year ago the police informed gas station owners they were NOT going to repond or pursue people who pumped gas and left without paying, citing the ability of the station owners to make people pre-pay.

    lo and behold, all of the shops now require pre payment for gas. And we do not have cars squealing out of gas stations and racing into the night…. i mention this because given their court protection from ‘having to protect us,’ the constabulary could answer 911 calls by asking if the homeowner is armed, and when informed haughtily that the home owner ‘does not believe in’ firearms, the 911 operator could calmly explain that the nearest unit is conservatively 5 minutes away and suggest that they might rethink their position on gun control if they survive those 300 or more seconds… They made their choice, no reason for the police to respond to their refusal to prepare faster than to collect information from those of us who were prepared.

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  • April 17, 2014 at 1:59pm

    NRA should reshoot this.
    Get the same kids.
    Freeze when the kiddo finds the gun.
    Bring up statistics about the removal of gun education from schools, about the number of lives saved by guns, and that responsible gun owners take steps to protect innocents.

    Then start again, have the kiddo call mom/ dad/ parent about the firearm. Have them check chamber and either show it empty or hug the kiddo and ask how they got so smart…

    ‘I took the NRA firearms course for kids… Mom said she learned at school but they won’t teach anything now except guns are scary.’

    what a hyperbolic ad. It’s tragic when kids are killed in accidents. But I do not see a rush to ban bicycles or swimming pools, and most municipalities are even re-evaluating their pitbull/ dangerous dog breed laws.

  • April 17, 2014 at 11:55am

    DZ, you are spot on.
    Love the kids, i agree we have been sold a bill of goods by the Progressives.

    I also believe that in order to overcome the inertia they have built, including as many voters as possible is crucial. Small government cannot regulate everything. So by moving to stop governmental endorsement as well as regulation of same sex and ‘universal government healthcare’ and unwieldy overly burdeonsome taxation and to refocus on national defense (which includes the borders) and again empower the states to act in the best interests of their citizens, dropping the emotionally charged planks is wise.

    Lots of homsexuals are very conservative fiscally. For too many election cycles the fear of what a Republican analogue to Obama would do has pushed such voters to vote for the social portion of the Democratic platform, to the economic detriment of all.

    Now if the GOP would find some catchy sound bite names for the fiscal irresponsibility and the unintended consequences of the administration’s many mistakes, we might have a chance.

  • April 17, 2014 at 11:15am

    more politically ‘massaged’ noise.
    even Fox was asserting that because an ‘increase of 315,000 was expected, an increase of only 304,000 was good.’

    you only had a little heart attack…

    And this is still shielded by the illegal ‘extesions’ that deferred the next adverse impact of Obamacare on businesses until after the elections.

  • April 17, 2014 at 11:12am

    joker with a glandular problem, RJJ?

    it’s important that the poll quantified the frequency of lying, because all politicians lie.
    it would have been interesting if an option was ‘lies when he does not even need to lie.’
    because any news clip where he speaks for more than a minute there is a glaring ommission or casual exaggeration/ minimalization that if you or i tried to use in court or in our daily lives we would get called on.

    case in point? his assertion 7.5 million enrollees at sebelius departure presser.
    i suspect they wound up counting anyone who even looked at the various plans, not to limit to to those who selected a plan, or selected a plan and paid for said plan.
    or his quote yesterday that every time Russia does something to destabilize neighboring nations we will take further action… when we have not taken any action.

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  • April 17, 2014 at 1:13am

    i am only pointing out that the entire sum is not listed on the sheet.
    It would not be the first time the ‘total’ did not match the sum of its parts.
    glad the entire form accounts for it all.

    but sadly, when you sum his charitable and tax amounts, they curiously paid less than my wife and I did in total for the year, despite the fact that he and the First Lady made significantly more money.

    yes, i am sure it is all ‘legal’ and ‘appropriate’ After all, they could have the head of the IRS do their return for them, neh?

    the point is that instead of a truly FAIR application of taxation the system is rigged. Those in power– of either party– pay less than those of us in the real world.

    The only difference is that one party is trying to rein in taxation (in part) whereas the other party keeps claiming that ‘the 1%’ (though that is curiously including a greater % of the population now AND ignores who is already paying the lion’s share of taxes) needs to pay more.

    If the President was honorable he would not avail himself to the maximum tax breaks, but would pay his maximal possible tax load. After all, it’s whay he expects of others.

  • April 17, 2014 at 12:50am

    i hope he gets great representation.

    and given the proof that the government is willing to ignore the Constitution and that police forces are willing to obey unConstitutional laws, considering that there is not a preponderance of belief that it is ‘time for revolution’ the safest thing for any firearm owning Connecticut citizen is to leave. Move to a state that protects citizen’s rights. At the least take your ‘illegal’ firearms to relatives in safe states.

    i know, that means you do not have them for your own safety… which is why you should leave.

    Within 18 months, Connecticut should be a waseland of fools who believe the government can protect you and the Constitution was ‘just some pointers’ and the human wolves who are willing to prey upon other citizens regardless of what the law says…

  • April 17, 2014 at 12:44am

    like the marijuana study, fraught with flaws and overreaches in conclusions.

    my better half spent a third of her life without a husband, and it could be… oppressive if I tried to ‘cuddle’ through the night… and then there are the hot flashes… spouses with different ‘comfort’ levels of hot and cold…

    no thanks, researchers, if the way we sleep together CHANGES I might buy that meaning something. Otherwise, it’s just what works for us.

    and i hope my tax dollars were not spent on this ‘research’

  • April 17, 2014 at 12:30am

    Awful. And yet, if a neighbor had shot these idiots in the back as they fled, HE would have been the one the DA and overzealous Bloomie backed administrative police would go after.

    Don’t believe me?

    so gutless and awful a crime it even made CNN… a woman was on her 911 call for THIRTEEN MINUTES before being fatally shot.

    And yet people will try to tell you Americans ‘have no need’ of firearms.
    Be safe, Blazers.

  • April 17, 2014 at 12:25am

    yep…i saw that and nearly choked on my tea this afternoon.
    and the sheeple will believe. they believe the war on women and all the other lies being mouthed day in and day out by greedy politicians and smiling empty headed network anchors.

    but those pols and anchors should remember… eventually the truth wins out. and the response for those who perpetrated the lies… it won’t be pretty if history is any indication.

  • April 17, 2014 at 12:19am

    what is the adage for the home defense sign? My family spent $100 on the stereo and $500 on the alarm system… The neighbors spent $100 on their alarm and $500 on their stereo.

    Bullies… including those on the school board who don’t want anyone to fight back, do not pick fights with people who fight back, even if they ultimatly lose. plenty of easier pickings.

  • April 17, 2014 at 12:08am

    great rules, Monk!

    Tae Kwon Do taught us ‘eyes ears nose throat’
    Tommy Lee Jones’ demonstration of the knife strikes in ‘The Hunted’ was an accurate teaching tool.
    Judo is a great analogue to Akido.
    the outside of the knee is a vulnerability.
    wasp spray is completely legal, fires accurately farther than hand held mace, and will stop a bully.
    there is some safety in numbers if you are willing to risk yourself for the others and vice versa
    last i knew, koga sticks were still legal most places.

    i’m surprised i did not see ‘if a bully attacks you, pee yourself’ as one of the Nebraska ‘rules’
    … Don’t tell on bullies… really?

    Pax, friends.

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