User Profile: RaydocX

RaydocX

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  • [7] May 20, 2015 at 3:32pm

    i expect he knew there would be flack.
    the explanation for why the ‘hunt’ is allowed, though, is valid. the money helps with conservation AND the hunt helps with conseration.

    instead of not doing it for fear of the backlash, doing it demonstrates how much of the backlash is hypocritical, uninformed rubbish. And if that is true for a rhino ‘hunt’ it is as true for the truly important things going on in this country.

  • [7] May 20, 2015 at 3:31pm

    exactly. and while it is not the stalk and hunt of a white tail, he paid handsomely for it, helping the country and the remaining rhinos, and further helped with conservation efforts by clearing the way for new ‘stud’ rhinos to be able to reach fertile females.

    whining to the contrary, the complaints beyond being personal attacks demonstrate that truth and logic do not matter to too many, as evidenced by the protection of smelts or other ridiculous ‘endangered’ species in California contributing significantly to their water problems, and the exclusion of timber cutting/ clearing contributing to the damaging wildfires…

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  • [5] May 20, 2015 at 2:37pm

    that’s funny, the attacks on this nation by the ‘constitutional scholar’ POTUS we have right now make me question the process by which we elect and maintain presidents…

    what a doofus, to make such blanket statements.
    but like the majority of the fourth estate, journalistic integrity has been discarded for activist reporting, and damn the facts. don’t like what you’re hearing? blame it as racist and write it off.

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  • [28] May 20, 2015 at 12:57pm

    he should tour Iran with that presentation.

    seriously, I can love my fellow man, and turn the other cheek without inviting or tolerating violence against my person or my family. If David can get into heaven after his myriad sins, my owning a firearm is not going to bar my entry. I’m a sinner, i know… none of us are perfect.

    The ‘theologian’ can hypothesize whatever he wants. My relationship with God is private and personal, and while i listen to the interpretations of my pastor and my wife’s priest, among others, such a position is not going to change my determination to be able to protect my family.

    only that freak conflagration that destroyed all the family firearms could prevent daily carry…

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  • [10] May 20, 2015 at 12:19pm

    nope, iron, in the ‘blame someone else’ the overtly gratuitously promiscuous behavior of homosexuals in the 80′s is ignored as a cause of the rapid and wide spread of AIDS in preference for blaming a ‘slow response’ by the Reagan administration.

    never let reality and facts get in the way of a convenient lie you can use to make the opposition look bad…

  • [10] May 20, 2015 at 11:56am

    perfectly stated.

  • [4] May 20, 2015 at 11:55am

    and he would wade through a pile of hot brass to get to you…
    though he would never dirty his hands with such efforts, that will be the work of the ferealized ‘peacekeepers’.

    the man is seriously flawed in his position and imagined support for such.
    i will stand with him only to the point that he decides HE does not need a firearm or protection from anyone who does have a firearm. Beyond his personal choice, the free decisions of free Americans are as completely protected, even when they are contrary to his own belief.

    the misguided attitude, though, is why we can never rest and stop worrying that someone with power somewhere in this great nation is attempting to rewrite the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

  • [8] May 20, 2015 at 11:52am

    he will happily give up YOUR first amendment, he just mistakenly believes that because his viewpoints are the ‘correct’ viewpoints, his voice and his life could never be impacted by the false utopian society he is advocating for.

  • [14] May 20, 2015 at 11:51am

    Traphagen’s ‘op ed’ is proof that the American Education system is failed, and that our children will have to rely on themselves for any unbiased and logic based learning.

  • [13] May 20, 2015 at 11:50am

    Great gesture, a positive memory for a kiddo who will forever know his father was taken from him too soon, with far too much wisdom and support stolen from him.

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  • [8] May 20, 2015 at 11:06am

    will google have to apologize as well if searches for leadership link to the White House and current administration?

    seriously, an apology for the results of searching for the ‘n word’?
    i don’t use it, but banning any word is quintisentially unAmerican. The rise and fall of names and words are based upon the behaviors and history of people, and PC thought control police do no one any service by the ‘list of banned words’ as Carlin so eloquently demonstrated decades ago.

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  • [112] May 20, 2015 at 11:02am

    most of us do not care at all about skin color, only about the behavior and attitude of the people with whom we interact day in and day out.

    oicu is right, too. my daughter rolled her eyes about my lectures and lessons on oil, spark plugs, gas, and wheels until she had her own flat and could deal with it because of those lessons.

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  • [8] May 20, 2015 at 11:00am

    impressive graphic… though if that’s the entire inventory minus the trainers and Angels, it is not the ‘front line’ but the fighting capacity of the Navy, instead.

    And while it is impressive, with the new airframes that have stealth capability being fielded by China, and capable fighters in the Russian inventory, the number of airframes suddenly does not seem so overwhelming.

    i think i am glad we are protected mostly by large oceans. and that the fine men and women of the Navy and the rest of our Armed Forces stand ready to protect us, despite the decisions and actions of our politcial leaders and too many of the political animals within the military who have survived the purges.

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  • [490] May 20, 2015 at 10:47am

    I am proudly a Christian.
    And frankly the tone and content of this article are embarrasing.
    If as a Christian you cannot separate fiction and reality, you are perilously close to picking up a sword and rushing out to wage Christian jihad against the sodom that is Hollywood, and all those who believe less strongly than yourself.

    There is death in the Chronicles of Narnia.
    There is sex in the bible (for those who have not read the crib notes, Ruth ‘uncovering his feet’ is a biblical time reference to having sex)
    God created us… the human body is beautiful, and the continued efforts of ‘faithful’ to make us ashamed of our bodies are not from God, but from man’s creation of religion.
    Rather than pan the entire series… and yes, there are horrors aplenty in a time where might clearly makes right and the illusion that is civilization is acknowledged to be more fragile than we pretend is the case here in reality. … rather than paint the entire FICTIONAL SHOW as being evil, watch it. consider what a faithful people might do differently… if they would do anything differently.

    I promise you, only watching the things that agree 100% with your take on the world and God leaves you with little to watch, and less to discuss. A faith unable to withstand challenge is not a faith.

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  • [14] May 20, 2015 at 10:13am

    Rape is a horrific crime.
    The overuse of the term, though, diminishes the crime by diluting it, making any man the potential rapist, and ignoring the things women should not have to do to protect themselves, but in a real world should be mindful of for that very protection.

    Her antics do nothing to bring attention to rape, by instead demonstrating the ability of self important self righteous tantrum throwers (of both sexes) to use the topic to bring themselves attention and to harm others by their accusations.

    If she was raped, her rapist should stand trial. Her mattress display does nothing to improve ‘support’ of rape victims, to make the crime of rape more visible, or to prevent rape from happening to other young women.

  • [19] May 20, 2015 at 9:58am

    That’s dedication, when your efforts to help the people put you at sufficient risk there is a reasonable need for armor.

    AS500 plates are less than $200 on ebay (if you’re patient, you can even get the side plates and the IIIA soft plates all together) and carriers are less than $100.

    but i’m not arguging against this product… if it’s more easily and quickly available and lets more citizens protect themselves it’s all good.

    there are products that are simply too expensive for the good they could do. the inserts for kids’ backpacks are $100 and more (hence the search for affordable IIIA soft plates). And away from bulletproof vests, the makers of AED automated defibrillators seem not to understand that if they priced their units under $200 they could sell as many as they could make, but pricing them above $500 and $600 guarantees people who could benefit won’t be able to have one at home.

    but that’s all been solved by Obamacare, right… er wait…

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  • [3] May 18, 2015 at 5:30pm

    Tim?

    just because there is an AR in your avatar does not mean you deserve blind support from the rest of us here.

    try making some sense.

  • [2] May 18, 2015 at 5:24pm

    the police i know do not approach that amount, including the time worked moonlighting and overtime.

    Bloomberg had to use old numbers, because if they looked in the last 18 months, the danger to police i suspect would push them higher on the list.

  • [4] May 18, 2015 at 5:21pm

    Colloquial?
    Mayhaps he needs to rethink that explanation, unless the Pope is of Palestinian upbringing and a fluent speaker that does not apply…

    colloquialisms are nonsense phrases taken out of the original language… ‘right as rain.’ ‘indian giver’ (which one could point out is a negative connotation NOT to native Americans, but the American government)

  • [3] May 18, 2015 at 3:18pm

    Brigott, HE does not say His Truth is at the far right position.

    Yes, His word it truth. But he dealt with Satan. There is good and evil. Our opinion of what is the ‘ultimate right (correct)’ may be diamtrically opposed to what He believes…

    take homosexuality as an example. Love is love, and I doubt my God is angered by people finding love with one another… doesn’t mean it has to be recognized as ‘marriage’ but His opinion we guess at by cryptic interpretations of a handful of verses by MAN… from the same book that has daughters sleep with their father. It’s not an infallible tome.

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