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RaydocX

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  • [1] January 28, 2015 at 2:09am

    One of the first X-rays I saw in medical school was a lee & Perrins Worcestershire sauce bottle…. It used metallic ink so you could read the brand on the bottle some idiot had ‘tripped and fallen onto’ imapking his exit orifice.

    Anonymize do to protect HIPPA and as an obvious educational tool, the array of foreign bodies is endless… A former partner in looser times claimed to have dictated on a similar ‘lost vibrator’ film, “this is clearly the Acme 9000S model with tri axial movement and the optional tickler attachment”

    Another has kid films to play ‘guess the monopoly piece.’

  • [26] January 28, 2015 at 1:58am

    Why should he hold back, the liar in chief certainly is not

    Have yet to hear discussion that admits college tuitions will rise with the influx of ‘guaranteed’ payment, so the 529 money we saved for our kids will buy less as well as funding those whose parents did not plan ahead.

    And for the ‘I couldn’t afford it’ crowd, BULL! I started as a resident, while grossing $24,000 annually and paying on a house and car the then wife ‘had to have’. It’s one less meal out at lunch a week. Three fewer packs of cigarettes a month A GS instead of the GSL car. One fewer Christmas gifts… Help from grandparents. Picking up aluminum cans.

    $25 a month for the youngest son accrued to enough to totally cover two years at a stare school. At least, until the new ‘idea’ was pushed.

    And those of you without kids, this still threatens you. Where will they go when obamacare’s $50,000 per patient cost is not covered by the Ponzi scheme on young Americans? Think your medical IRA is safe? How about those Roth IRA’s? How about the capital gain tax in your 401-k account? And that’s before the Fed raises Interest levels and the market normalization eats your retirement account.

    The definition of who has to pay keeps inching lower while the plans push more Americans into a ‘dependent upon government’ status… Not class, Amperica is not a class society, the street punk can become a tycoon here, but that does not give politicians power; it takes the welfare plantation for that.

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  • [35] January 28, 2015 at 1:42am

    My girls attend Catholic schools, so the ‘no strapless’ and sometimes ‘no bare shoulders’ attitude exists. I am often amused at those who knowingly break such rules and then get huffy about it.

    In a society that sexualizes everything, blaming a girl for that dress being the cause of hormone addled fantasies is ridiculous. But sadly not unexpected. All it takes is one adult (not necessarily mature) who is offended, and instead of dealing with that feeling themselves, if they have power over kids, they make the kid change to alleviate the adult’s discomfort.

    I hope I live to see the pendulum swing back on this…

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  • [1] January 28, 2015 at 1:35am

    We have nothing like that. They want to get pets into homes, and rely on animal control and the police to address abuse complaints. All we had to do was sign attestation to intent and fence and housing.

    I have had great dogs from breeders, pound, and strays.

  • [6] January 28, 2015 at 1:29am

    Well stated. Breeders of good dogs are not on every corner, so shipping a dog is a frequent action. Claiming it indicates a poor breeder is ridiculous, because it insinuates that buying from the local brand pet store avoids bad breeders, a patent falsehood.

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  • [1] January 28, 2015 at 1:24am

    If you tell the news reporter where you have your gun you should not have one either…
    The comment made me grin, though!

  • [1] January 28, 2015 at 1:22am

    Agree having something familiar nearby at all times is wise. My mag capacity actually increases at home vs a spare mag away from home, based on concealment needs.

  • January 28, 2015 at 1:21am

    Well regulated easily imports to an armed citizenry regulates the militias.
    That is, thee piracy armed forces envisioned by the founders could not become a controlling force because they faced armed citizens.

    In short,if the militia/army/government uses it, the public should be able to own it.

    Until those espousing limits live by those limits, any present argument for such is ONLY a thinly veiled attempt to control we the people and furthers the unequal treatment of citizens the elitists desire. The Jodie foster character in Matt Damon’s sci fi farce wasn’t a Republican, that was a stereotypical ‘Progressive.’

  • January 19, 2015 at 9:29pm

    USAF security dogs can top 120…
    short of the Russian beardog, Overcharka (spelling?) i am skeptical of a pure bread german shepherd reaching that weight… they are prone to hip dysplasia as it is. maybe with some nefwie or GP in the mix…

  • [9] January 19, 2015 at 9:25pm

    if i accept your ‘all the time’ clalim… and i don’t– though i admit there are too many cases where a dog not threatening an officer has been dispatched– but IF we accept your premises, are you claiming that being beaten to death is equivalent to being shot?

    C R U E L T Y is the issue here, even if you insist that as the land owners or residents… i suspect their ability to ‘own’ is limited, killing the animal in that manner was gratuitous and reprehensible.

    but you know karma… maybe the dog’s owner goes down to the lock up, loudly proclaims what they did to a dog that had not attacked them, just in case there are others in the stir who are animal lovers….

  • [9] January 18, 2015 at 2:34pm

    This article is perpetuating Obama’s LIEs…

    death tax hits all people… true, farmers are especially damaged, but if the government scoops up SIXTY… more than half of what you save for your family… that is the sort of behavior that triggered the revolution in 1776.

    Taxing 529 plans is not ‘taxing the wealthy.’ it is taxing those who planned ahead and went without eating out a time or two each month or who opted to buy the economical car instead of the luxury model.

    And Capital gains taxes… capital gains essentially means taxing monies earned by monies you already paid taxes upon, again, exactly what prompted the revolution.

    And sadly, we have the GOP talking an increase in the fuel tax.

    ‘Middle Class’ Americans need to wake up… look at what government has done for the poor in this nation… N O T H I N G.

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  • [7] January 17, 2015 at 6:47pm

    none taken, J… I am sure he would have said the same thing… oh, wait, he did.

  • January 17, 2015 at 6:43pm

    GP, how are you sure it is not happening near you now?
    my better half’s neighbor, it turned out, was… working out of the house for years.

    legality would protect the women who choose that line of work from the criminal element who are too happy to get them hooked on drugs, force them to work for a fraction of what they earn, and who then treat them like a commodity, selling them among themselves and eventually discarding them.

    and it would protect those who use prostitutes, and more importantly their unsuspecting spouses.

    it works in places that have chosen to do this.

  • January 17, 2015 at 6:40pm

    nutz, Jeff Foxworthy says marrying for sex is like buying a 747 for the peanuts…

  • January 17, 2015 at 6:40pm

    Perfect statement, BD.
    And I agree entirely.
    small government cannot by definition concern itself with my social life.

    and considering how much big government has contributed to damaging the social fabric of this nation, the return to a small government cannot happen fast enough.

  • [1] January 17, 2015 at 6:37pm

    so you’re saying this could not have happened, since Simon does not let law abiding guns…

    oh wait, reality sets in. here there are numerous entrances that lack the required ‘crime zone here’ signs, so that you could make a valid and legal entry while carrying. and the signs that used to be posted at every entrance have disappeared.

    it would seem Simon wants to have it both ways.
    but had it been a family member killed while i was with them and not carrying by their prohibition, you can bet there would be a suit about their decision to deny me the right to protect myself and not guarantee reasonable measures to protect our safety.

    Here is hoping those injured heal. and that this is not a case the MSM can twist to make law abiding gun owners the bad guys.

  • [22] January 17, 2015 at 6:33pm

    my brother in law said nearly the same thing.
    and when i mentioned it’s already being dropped from the oscar buzz he laughed, ‘it’s easily the top movie i will see this year, who cares what they say in Hollywood.’

    taking my sons and maybe my oldest daughter tonight.

  • [8] January 17, 2015 at 6:30pm

    saw the blurb about the ‘i made it up.’
    but reading there are lots of inconsistencies… the mother blogging extensively about her son not receiving any of the money from the book, and not wanting people to read the book.

    leaves me wondering if there is anger they are not profiting, or embarrassment in an increasingly secular America that they are associated… reasons that he might lie now by saying he lied then.

    my grandfather, who did not read or watch stories about life after death had an out of body experience while being treated for lung cancer. after the fact we learned his heart had stopped while in the OR.

    or while training the most staunch nonbeliever was given pause by the man who had not been expected to survive a major trauma, but did. he had been on a ventilator and unable to speak for his time in ICU, and then things were busy as he was prepared for transfer. while being taken to the floor he asked his nurse about ‘the kid who kept sitting in his room.’ there was no boy, but shortly before his admission a boy had been admitted to the same ICU room and had died. sort of hard to manufacture stories when you do not know the backstory that made it amazing.

    i will snort at the literalist claiming a 6000 year old earth based on a book created (albeit with divine guidance) by man. And at the ‘non theist’ who cannot see that the ‘some magic happens’ in their explanation of life IS God.

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  • [23] January 14, 2015 at 7:52pm

    bankrupting us like greece.

    whien i was a kiddo, my dad explained that government was inefficient, and that was in part a good thing, so that bad issues could be curbed.

    and (the son of a postal worker and a vet) he went on that government employees were not paid as well as people ‘in the real world’ and did not enjoy the same benefits, BUT that short of criminal acts, their jobs were much better protected than private sector jobs, where not succeeding could lead to being fired.

    he seemed to think that was a fair quid pro quo.

    somehow in the subsequent decades, government workers have come to enjoy the same perks as the private sector AND the protection of their positions.

    And for every CEO who escapes justice, and i have seen several, there are a dozen politicians and bureaucrats who lie to Congress or the MSM or the court, or who when caught get a passing slap on the wrist and are allowed to go on fleecing the nation.

    Until the citizens accepting hand outs reach the end of the gravy train, we have realized the end of our Republic, considering there are not enough politicians of adequate moral integrity to stand up to the cesspool that is DC and stop what is happening.

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  • [8] January 14, 2015 at 5:51pm

    don’t you mean CAIR? AFLCIO? Congressional Black Caucus? Mothers Against Gun Vilence? PETA? ACLU?

    pretending the ADL is the only group whining is blatantly presbyopic.

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