User Profile: RaydocX


Member Since: March 18, 2012


123 To page: Go
  • [1] September 1, 2014 at 6:17pm

    well, it’s a good object lesson for our kids, a way to remind them that once it goes out onto someone else’s phone or the internet, you can’t take it back and can never be sure it has been deleted completely.

    i’m not a prude… i am amused at the shock of people over matters sexual more often than not, but if you put a photo up into a nebulous cloud there is a real chance that will be exposed to others.

    if nothing else, the guys at the NSA will have access…

  • [5] September 1, 2014 at 6:14pm

    ripe… at an individual level you can do very little… even leaving now, if you found someplace you would rather live, is 432 times the cost that it was before ‘hope and change’ were the only necessary promise.

    when you cannot do anything to change the difficulties in which you exist, laughter is sometimes the only alternative unless you want to go crazy.

    i don’t hate Obama. I hate what he has done to the nation over the last five years, whether intentionally or through negligence and ineptitude. And I detest the way that a portion of the electorate, and the rest of his party, happily defend the man’s decisions and spin data in an attempt to pretend things are better.

    it isn’t racism, contrary to your implication with the ‘hate’ claim. It’s an awareness that things are deeply wrong, and that those who hold the reins of power– too often on both sides of the political aisle in DC– are doing nothing to change course.

    Responses (1) +
  • [1] September 1, 2014 at 6:09pm

    that’s a good point… the insistence on remaking films i remember watching, and on perpetuating solid movies with weak follow on efforts hurt the entire industry.

  • [6] September 1, 2014 at 6:08pm

    i agree with speaksoftly.
    the economy is not what the government keeps insisting. inflation has been eating away at working families disposable income for at least three years.
    And when the source of even possibly entertaining movies is taking every opportunity to snottily bad mouth firearms, push agendas that the majority of America do not support, and blindly promote a president who not only was not qualified for the job, but who has steadfastly refused to learn on the fly, it’s no wonder what disposable income remains gets spent elsewhere.

  • [6] September 1, 2014 at 10:52am

    any argument the police can make for the need to have such equipment ‘readily available’ i believe the general public can make for having access to it, as well…

    i appreciate the hardship and sacrifice of law enforcement… they deal with simply awful people day in and day out and a nearly as onerous system that keeps spitting the worst offenders back into the world where they hurt more innocent people, and callously chewing up the officers who are trying to make a difference. And I know that the majority of LEOs are good people.

    Even so, if it is my trusted friends on duty and i have need for them, when that need arises, they are not going to be near enough to help… only to investigate after the fact.

    i don’t begrudge forces purchasing military equipment. i oppose restricting sales to citizens, and question the decisions and policies regarding the use of this equipment by the bureaucratic cops… the cops that too often never really experienced what it is to be ‘waling a beat.’

    Responses (3) +
  • September 1, 2014 at 10:19am

    Why worry… I seldom check these since the topic has already been discussed.
    There are usually new stories that warrant more interaction.
    And that bears keeping score via up downs or reprints.

  • [28] August 31, 2014 at 6:53pm

    what ‘abuses at Guantanamo Bay’?

    Or does he mean the abuse the prisoners heap on the staff.

  • [2] August 31, 2014 at 6:47pm

    sad and a definite career ender unless you are among the elites.

    but i’m honestly surprised it isn’t happening more often, considering how difficult it must be trying to do your job considering what a joke the people at the top have made of it.

  • [1] August 31, 2014 at 1:36pm

    i’m with snafu here, violet… i was with you, and glad to find common ground.
    and you can misinterpret what Ablow said all you want, watch Chapelle’s killing them softly… comedians understand reality, and he surely is not a conservative.

    was thinking saran wrap from the galley could have gotten enough contact to hold the pads in place.

    but there’s no guarantee the man would have survived even had the defibrillator been used. and worked.

  • [4] August 31, 2014 at 1:30pm

    agree, woodyee… don’t even know why this made the Blaze… i could cobble together that county map and claim to show any number of things…

    and unless you have access to government databases, none of it would approach accuracy.

    the only worthwhile thing this raises is how such a map could be created when there is not already supposedly a registry of firearms.

    Remember, NSA, you can scrub any records of ours off of your electronic books, they were consumed in a freak fire.

  • [6] August 31, 2014 at 1:25pm

    i wondered what we paid for that they aren’t showing us…. what was the aresenal situation at that compound?

    hopefully Issa or someone will track down the Marinies that were in charge of protecting the site and get some answers before ‘the most transparent administration in history’ whitewashes the whole thing.

  • [2] August 31, 2014 at 1:22pm

    easy to claim it was in the compound as a last resort defense and apparently the bad guys messed up trying to make off with it…

  • [3] August 31, 2014 at 1:21pm

    Boehner has been a worthless leader, but then again, when they have justifiably raised issues, the media have dismissed them, offered no anger or concern for the obfuscation and lies and refusal to provide information, and have gone on blaming the GOP for the inability of the Senate to do a thing…

  • [12] August 31, 2014 at 1:19pm

    my thought exactly, snow.
    Journalists get an islamist laptop and report concerning files therein.
    Our Obama led foreign service abandoned the site, which sounds wise, but even though it was a month before the site was captured, they did not take the time to destroy anything remotely associated with communications, research, etc? There should not have been an intact computer in that compound… unless the ‘computers’ were faux machines with C4 in order to offer the islamists a warm welcome.

  • [1] August 30, 2014 at 11:08pm

    uh Nbc’s? Nucs gotta proof better.

  • [4] August 30, 2014 at 11:06pm

    Seattle, Denver, Pittsburgh, New Orleans, hell Dallas and Atlanta would all argue that claim just off the top of my head.

    Considering we have not seen the Rams in the play offs, and they are one of the teams being considered so vulnerable that they may return to LA (another travesty, btw) the claim they have the deepest D line in the league will only pass muster of football fans from Europe.

  • August 30, 2014 at 11:03pm

    i thought FL was Vox’s new monicker.
    Michael, is that you, or are you his on screen love interest from the draft?

  • [5] August 30, 2014 at 11:02pm

    the guy competing for his job would argue he did a better all around job to win the spot.

    if he was not going to be accepted for being gay, the NFL could have taken a pass entirely. by your logic, the first openly gay politician to run for President has to win or the loss will be just because they were gay.

  • August 30, 2014 at 10:59pm

    ‘freedomlover’ is a troll retread just joined today.
    Vox, is that you?

    you will find FL is only concerned about the freedom of those with whom it agrees. which means no making jokes about Sam’s publicizing his sexuality, and no tolerance or recognition of what Cruz has done in the Senate to date.

    Sam’s will wind up on some practice squad. he will get ESPN coverage that no other player in his position would get. and likely he will get time on a pro team, largely because the NFL already has a black eye this season over the 2 game suspension for KOing your girlfriend… they fear being labeled homophobic bigots.

    confess i was amused that ESPN which has pushed the whole acceptance thing without any consideration of other players in that locker room got in trouble for focusing on ‘whether Sams had used the locker room shower with other players.’ waht’s that saying Stephen A Smith should be smiling as he points out to them… live by the sword…

  • [22] August 30, 2014 at 10:50pm

    or than you pay for at Starbucks.
    so having $25,000 in your home is now illegal?
    unless the ATF was recording ‘undercover operations’ i suspect it will be a hard sell to prove that the non-resident owner of a coffee shop knew what the baristas were doing.

    for that matter, if ‘ex-strippers’ are doing this at a coffee house, what does one suppose goes on in the strip clubs of Washington.

    and while interrogating these employees, did the agents remind the women ‘they did not earn that?’

    under direction of DOJ the coffee stands will re-open under LGBT and imam ownership…

    Responses (1) +
123 To page: Go