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RaydocX

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  • August 21, 2014 at 10:29am

    Well said, sosorry, I knew there were points on which we could agree.

  • August 21, 2014 at 10:28am

    True, G
    I would like a breakdown of the cost of care and the required resources… You and I won’t get that full court press for prostate cancer from Obamacare, and if we start to see cases the cost will be staggering and containment incomplete.

  • August 21, 2014 at 10:25am

    Part of the treatment has sadly rendered him a braves fan, a concerning development that has the FDA making comparisons to the novel ‘I Am Legend’…

  • August 21, 2014 at 10:23am

    Sovereign, the common cold does not make you bleed out of your eye, pores, and various orifices.

    Try cholera if you want a better analogue… Surviving the disease depends on supportive care to keep the damage the disease does from proving lethal, AND giving the body time to heal that damage.

    Cholera can take gallons of fluid replenishment. So did this require transfusions? It would be nice if we did jot have to wait for the lead article in JAMA or the NEJM

  • [5] August 20, 2014 at 11:41pm

    Look at dust bowl photos.
    Our lake was so low two years ago our slip was half dry. Today the water is higher than I have seen it in August in 8 years.

    Weather is cyclical.
    Though bad now, it gas been bad before and will be good again…

    Barring interference from man ‘knowing better than nature’

  • [3] August 20, 2014 at 11:12pm

    Right on all counts

  • [9] August 20, 2014 at 4:40pm

    rook we aren’t the seated grand jury.
    we are dependent on what facts can be gleaned from the press.

    so if the press says officer’s eye socket was fractured, he suffered greivous bodily harm, ergo had probable cause to shoot the person who had already harmed him and was reapproaching… also verified by witnesses as far as we know.

    Now, if it comes out that there was no fracture, the question is open… how much damage does a police officer have to sustain in his car on the job from a suspect before lethal force is allowed? Clearly you have a higher threshold than I, but it would be open to debate.

    Since I’m limited by the facts available i freely admit the exact findings may differ.

    BUT based on what we know, assuming it is factual, this should not be a continuing debate, much less a cause of riots / protests / DOJ pressure.

  • [17] August 20, 2014 at 4:35pm

    a blowout fracture may not have significant swelling right after the injury. the energy is not just in the soft tissues, but goes through the fractured bone and into the sinus, where there is almost always associated hemorrhage.

    What i mean is, aside from the eye not looking right, and his vision being compromised, photos after the fact may not look terribly bad.

    But if the floor fragments trap the inferior rectus muscle of the eye it can’t move– a surgical emergency. If the fragments are displaced they can spear the globe. And the fracture can track back into the cranial vault, leading to long term problems and meningitis risks.

    you can not get better proof the deceased was capable of causing great bodily harm bare handed. This is not hypothetical. Any grand jury that ignores this and indicts the officer has been tampered with by Holder or the media.

  • [55] August 20, 2014 at 4:30pm

    Rook, the force necessary to fracture an orbit… a bony ring, is significant. Even the orbital floor requires significant overpressure before it buckles… i have seen kids and adults who took a bat to the face without this fracture.

    If you think you would not be in fear for your life AFTER sustaining that injury and having the same person charge at you again, you are too deluded to discuss the issue with.

    15-20 people who ‘should have been held responsible’?! from whence comes that claim? sources, please.

    Hoping this officer is indicted to quell the violence is ignoring justice for the officer.

    Claiming he had no cause to shoot after his face was fractured by the person he shot flies in the face of reason. He had direct first hand knowledge that Brown was sufficiently powerful to kill with his bare hands, and was not afraid of the drawn firearm.

  • [22] August 20, 2014 at 4:22pm

    no argument… word this morning that he suffered a blow out fracture of the orbit, which can impact sight, and occurs with a significant blow to the eye/ orbit, not a slap or a push, was the proof that the officer had reason to fear for his life, having already been harmed.

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  • [3] August 20, 2014 at 10:32am

    BLAZE MODERATOR!
    an fyi… i like interacting with other blazers and getting a look at the news here.
    but today whatever ads you have running are inducing a stack overflow error that has faulted my work system twice and is threatening a third time…

    when i cannot keep the auto ads from running and the page from ‘refreshing’ i have to go elsewhere.

    pax, all, hope you aren’t having similar problems.

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  • [9] August 20, 2014 at 10:27am

    well stated… a one way flight home.

    twitter had to ban this… not because it is horrible (though it is), but because it conflicts with the message they want to convey…

    to be on twitter you have to be an adult or have parental consent. and you can put a warning page between… sensitive graphics and immediate visualization.

    no, twitter wants to go on pushing the ‘islam is the religion of peace’ paradigm, and this does not allow it.

    it IS horrible. But is SHOULD be seen by every American… the images of those planes being immolated in the WTC should be seen annually by every American, to remind us there is evil in the world and that this country is not the source of all evil and that there are things worth fighting for.

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  • August 19, 2014 at 11:41pm

    what we need is a drone with a stable platform for firing high velocity small caliber rounds at predetermined and possibly mobile targets, while not hitting a specified area.
    think Red Dawn (the original)… when they set up for their little production… brrt, brrrt, brrrrrrt.

    it wouldn’t even have to be an American, imho… they decry our ‘torturing’ the Gitmo prisoners? This is torture.

  • [1] August 19, 2014 at 11:39pm

    one iron… even God can’t hit a one iron, so it would take longer.
    i’m with you, prov.
    dying is something we all do.
    making someone die like that today… anyone behaving like that deserves the most prolonged ordeal possible… and i still would not record it and make him regurgitate lies like they did Foley.

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  • [3] August 19, 2014 at 11:37pm

    wood, it’s hard to point to such, because they islamo-fascists are not very forthcoming about their methods.

    to e sure he was inundated with mental abuse, and very likely physical abuse, possibly including drugs.

    Even if he said the words i do not attribute meaning to them, any more than you believe it when a woman tells a rapist she loves what is being done to her.

    a handful of incidents during Vietnam included POW’s saying one thing while blinking a message or offering the finger… something to demonstrate resistance. But even people trained in E&E said things ‘they should not.’

    The experts.. the ‘been there done that, lived to tell the tale’ tribe like Wynn say matter of factly no one can withstand torture forever.

    instead of being angry at Foley for his final words, be outraged at the people who made those his last words.

  • [25] August 19, 2014 at 11:29pm

    Jaycen… they had him for a freaking year.
    nobody can endure the endless torture/ mindgames that allows.
    N O B O D Y.
    Nothing he said was his own.

    i hope no one here ever has to experience that sort of captivity and end… including the trolls.

  • [24] August 19, 2014 at 10:45pm

    true, smoke, and his one true statement gets the kind of backlash from his followers that it did… do you suppose he will pause and consider that?

    Isis is brutal and ugly and hateful, but it doesn’t hold a candle to Mao and Stalin, so Maher can’t just blame religion for the untold millions murdered in this ‘civilized’ world.

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  • [3] August 19, 2014 at 10:39pm

    that_guy… there’s a saying… a kidnapping is just a murder in progress.

    that seems especially true with the cowards unwilling to be seen unmasked as they do their dirty work supposedly for a god.

    i hope NSA can stop trapping all electronic data in the US long enough to compare the Azhat’s voice print to what they have on file, and that we either drone him, or preferably let him know his end is coming, too quickly to do anything about it.

    bury the misguided jihadists with pig offal. make it known we do that. watch their pool of volunteers shrink.

  • [1] August 19, 2014 at 10:16pm

    see my more pithy (one hopes) response below…

    watching all of the news sites fall into line and spewing the same words gets tiresome… ‘assault rifles’, ‘protests’, ‘undocumented’…

    it bleeds through onto the Blaze, and is pervasive on Drudge. Language matters.

  • [3] August 19, 2014 at 9:56pm

    i thought maybe the agitators would be smart enough to leave the police presence where they are and begin to riot at the site of the new police killing in St. Louis today.

    Saw that people ‘spilled into the streets’ with the ‘hands up’ chant. guess now that includes hands up in front of you as you charge with a knife.

    but it would let them do more damage, scare more children, make off with more loot, before the police realized and could change axes… for that matter it would split the police forces, since some would undoubtedly still be out in Ferguson.

    saw some of the ‘representatives’ they were trying to talk to last night when i got home from work… sad sad examples if those are the ‘leaders’

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