User Profile: RaydocX


Member Since: March 18, 2012


123 To page: Go
  • September 21, 2014 at 9:56am

    Sorry, Chloe, I can’t get you what you want. I can assure you I am not perfect, and that I never expect perfection in others. And I can say honestly that in 20 years I never cheated, abused my wife or kids r committed a felony.

    I can tell you I was accused of cheating with any woman with whom I worked. And told I was mean, up romantic, are badly, drove badly, did not exercise sufficiently, and snored,.

    Honestly, Chloe, I know she gave me two great sons and tried her best. But she chose to leafed, IMHO without cause, and still was granted not only the half of her choice of all we had accumulated, but also an ongoing stipend and an additional child support payment despite shared custody. Her choice, which I could not contest, and by our vows and my actions had not warranted hurt my kids and I. It means working very likely another 7-10 years over what we planned.

    And yet it was worth it… Having my sons call my new wife, whom I started seeing a year after divorce, call her without my input ‘new mom’ and finding real happiness with someone who loves me for who I am… Have always been, is long overdue.

    So yes, there are two sides, both have to work at marriage, and no one is perfect… I’m glad you are so doubting of the situation I describe, your husband must be a blessed and happy man.

  • [1] September 21, 2014 at 2:09am

    edit… VG10 is the blade material, not the handle.
    amusingly, if you just enter spyderco vg10 the knives it shows first are on a bead chain like you would carry on your keys…

    but ‘knife’ is going to be shouted by the MSM until the sheeple think it was a machete

  • September 21, 2014 at 1:38am

    So you are saying that is why presidents are not allowed to play out of the rough?

    I think that’s why the organizer in chief is playing so much… Have to pad the handicap for when the secret service no longer deems he must stay in the fairway… And in regulation.

  • September 21, 2014 at 1:35am

    If anyone is interested, the vg10 appears to refer to the grip, and there are a variety of blade styles available.

    The only places I haven’t seen a 3.5″ blade legally allowed to be carried are the Sear’s tower or whatever it’s called now, and national parks… Ridiculous prohibitions, both.

    But that’s why cold steel makes Keaton knives and Fred Perrin a carbon fiber neck knife.

  • September 21, 2014 at 12:10am

    Let’s see… Secret service weapons cameras and communication… vs a folding knife.
    Sorry, pretending that is an offensive weapon is ridiculous…

    May have to look at this soon to be banned vg10…

    Responses (4) +
  • [6] September 20, 2014 at 8:36pm

    Animal cruelty only? What of the vaunted Washington gun laws?

    Responses (2) +
  • [8] September 20, 2014 at 10:49am

    it’s all pov… opinion, OBB. while i agree that the upside and open architecture/ commercialism of android ultimately will prevail, those who like Apple have their own reasons and won’t be swayed.

    So i suspect the superior product for taxi is apple and for you and I android. And we can both be right. casting aspersions serves no purpose…

  • [12] September 20, 2014 at 10:46am

    considering how many of our new young immigrants are cartel associated it’s no wonder our border patrol and other LEOs would worry that such a threat could be carried out.

  • [4] September 20, 2014 at 10:45am

    well said, proliance…
    although our opposition is happy to use what are effectively human shields to interdict traffic or stop business people from getting to work or hungry people from buying fast food when THEY want to make a point.

    At some point it’s no longer peaceful protest, but a passive AGGRESSIVE action that imho warrants a response. When you see it on Wall Street though, or the recent less than peaceful take over of the Ferguson council meeting, there is not the forceful cessation of what is no longer a peaceful protest.

    i suspect though that the difference if if you’re standing on the side of the road you get general agreement from more of the people passing by. In order to force agreement the other side has to inconvenience people enough that they go along just to get on with their day.

  • [1] September 20, 2014 at 10:11am

    because that’s what good is to his wife.
    not that he has a job that brings in enough to get the phone and to take care of she and the kiddo.
    not that he would spend that time waiting in line on something for her.
    not the time he undoubtedly DOES spend with she and their kiddo.

    curiously there are people out there– men and women– who insist one thing but never see that what they are demanding was there all along, and that what they are angrily criticizing is the very thing their expectations and behaviors demand of others.

    then again, maybe he’s a selfish, absent git… seems to me if he was he’d be laughing in line with some chippie rather than anguishing over the loss of his family.

  • [16] September 20, 2014 at 10:03am

    8H… you are right. and in order to test we would have to have a secure border.

    the doc has a point… if we think it’s worth spending a billion dollars and throwing more military resources into a foreign land than we have fighting Daesh it would seem that despite assurances to the contrary the administration and their experts think it’s enough of a risk that we should be taking precautions here at home as well.

    otherwise it’s just another excuse to redistribute wealth in an under the table manner favored by this administration, a ginned up crisis that would never be a real threat to this nation, but which can be used to earn poll points and give American money to selected other nations.

    sadly, i think it’s both… an administration using a sub critical crisis as if it’s a real crisis, wasting our money and putting our men and women in harm’s way…

    but while they don’t believe it could ever be a problem here in the US (just look at Susan’ Rice’s assurances when she was released to the weekend news cycle last month), our ridiculously lax borders and the insidious nature of the disease coupled with real forced out there which would happily damage or destroy us, this could be used as an effective weapon in the homeland.

  • [3] September 20, 2014 at 9:35am

    even when he says something that is amusing and negative about the Left or the MSM it’s couched in all the unfounded biased negativity he spews toward the Right AND the middle of the road…

    There’s been too much hatred and anger directed at what i believe, what is patently factually correct, and at better people than Bill who have tried to do the right thing for me ever to trust or support Maher.

  • [41] September 20, 2014 at 9:33am

    Shhh… don’t ask such a dangerous question, Sarge.
    Ajay is right. this DOJ would happily make veiled threats or pose as bad guys to get their way… the terrifying question is would they fifth column American citizens with a valid concern protesting peacefully… you know, the way that MLK championed in Selma all those years ago when BHO was NOT conceived.

    Or was it a de facto ‘our LEO presence will be ordered to interrupt your peaceful gathering’ warning, a proof that this administration won’t tolerate peaceful protest if it is in direct opposition to their goals.

    Because these immigrants aren’t being sent home… they aren’t staying in the holding centers. Money or not, this administration’s minions in DHS and DOJ are spreading illegal aliens throughout the country.

    It screams for peaceful protest. a protest that has now been thwarted with no mention that a ‘neutral’ DOJ will investigate why it happened or who made threats…

  • [3] September 20, 2014 at 9:28am

    right with you, IOF.
    and looking back i shake my head, wondering how i could have put up with the double standards and the unfounded distrust.

    I feel sorry for this guy, and can almost hear his ex nastily sneering ‘you’re great at getting gifts, but you’re never here… you’re never romantic….’

    said as she snaps up the phone greedily, never considering that A) he’s gone working to fund her lavish over the top lifestyle and B) with an attitude like that, it’s hard to put oneself on the line ‘romantically speaking’ knowing that nothing will be good enough.

    Yeesh, a dark time i won’t ever endure again. Makes waking up with my better half smiling and wishing me a quick day at work that much better.

    I hope this guy finds more cooperative happiness, iphone or not.

    Responses (2) +
  • [6] September 20, 2014 at 9:23am

    turkey is a real problem no one here seems to be addressing.
    that said, when WE negotiate and release five taliban leaders, three of whom i have since read are not in the echelon of ISIS… ‘scuse me Daesch leadership, why wouldn’t Turkey negotiate with the terrorists…

    the world follow America’s lead. it’s been true since the end of WWII.
    and in the span of 6 years we have ignored the deaths of our own LEO, used government to guarantee election results against the free people of this nation, forced a plan that will hurt everyone onto the nation with conflicting excuses of fine/ tax/ fine, left our own people… and seriously our OWN political people to die for expediency, spurned possible moves toward democracy in Iran, spurned or outright opposed our allies in Britain and Israel, and encouraged destabilizing uprisings in Egypt, Libya, and Syria. We were shown to be impotent bluffing a threat to an enemy, promised to be more helpful to an old enemy ‘after the election’, have steadily degraded our military, and chose to keep only one promise and rush out of a stabilized Iraq, paving the way for the Daesch terror network we helped to compose in Syria to spread and accumulate power. We even released 5 clear threats to American interests and citizens in order to ‘save’ a deserter.

    Turkey can ignore what’s happened inside this nation, every leadership decision made by POTUS would tell even a moderate PM to not deal with America… deal with Daesch

  • September 20, 2014 at 2:46am

    Date, true enough.
    Deliverer, I hadn’t heard specifics of the attack beyond there had been a death… Not sure I’ve seen barracks before with inky two people. Appreciate the info..

  • [1] September 19, 2014 at 11:40pm

    how about a game of global thermonuclear war…

    Responses (1) +
  • [231] September 19, 2014 at 11:22pm

    another great story about how good humanity is that won’t be reported because it won’t titillate or scare us into continuing to watch.

    Responses (2) +
  • [8] September 19, 2014 at 11:10pm

    Curious… he attacked a state police barracks, presumably with a semi-automatic rifle.
    Yet the results were nothing compared to the untrained loon who attacked the teenagers in Scandinavia…

    But in the end, instead of admitting that training and weapons prevented greater deaths, too many in office and being funded by Bloomberg will insist this is more evidence of too many guns.

    Anyone want to bet how long before he’s labeled a right wing Tea Party maniac? The affiliation with and affection for the Russians will have to be ignored, but the media has gotten so good at that i doubt they realize they are doing it anymore.

    Responses (3) +
  • [1] September 19, 2014 at 10:56pm

    Our Cobra Ball and Cobra Bell flights I assume continue, elint gathering flights that stay farther off the coast. So we do spy, but flying fightes, refuelers, and bombers that close is a more aggressive and confrontational behavior than a plane that orbits listening to the Russians.

    And because we relied more on ballistic and sea delivery systems, running flights of Buff’s up over the pole as a practice maneuver is not as frequent, i do not believe.
    I we sent some of the modified Lancers on a low altitude approach I suspect Russia would FREAK out.

    Responses (1) +
123 To page: Go