User Profile: RaydocX


Member Since: March 18, 2012


123 To page: Go
  • [9] October 28, 2014 at 10:35am

    I’d been away for several days because many of the machines at work lock up when the pop ups try to populate, and the ipad at home jumps to the ‘aps store’ so i agree.

    but while i’m here, How can the Seattle Times be outraged by the FBI’s conduct… when morals are determined to be relative, which the Times certainly embraces, the conduct of our elected officials and various government employees must become guided by relativism as well.

    Too late the Times and all these other progs realize that while they champion the trampling of others’ positions, they too have positions that they believe are inviolable, but the leviathon they have put into play does not care for theirs any more than yours or mine.

  • [1] October 26, 2014 at 5:39pm

    Libs, if you won’t look at what is accepted and too often promoted and agree abortion on demand has gone too far then I don’t know what to say.

    I also believe mom should have a choice, but abstinence, birth control, and plan B are all valid choices, so the should not be many pregnancies where abortion would be considered. And adoption gets lost in the political shenanigans.

    Debbie backs the Kermit gosnel abortion charnel houses of the world. The appellation is fitting.

  • [3] October 26, 2014 at 8:31am

    Almost spot on. Political demand our forces adhere to Ageneva when fighting an irregular force causes the problem.

    War is hell on earth. While I understand what it tried to do, the Geneva conventions prolong wars and add to the risk otherwise moral conscientious soldiers face. Trying to pretty up combat is guaranteed to fail.

  • [85] October 26, 2014 at 8:26am

    Too little, far too late.

    MSM and comedians now trying to distance themselves have not changed their spots, their warped ideology and sycophantic dedication to an unvented untested inexperienced president helped cause and continue these problems.

  • [39] October 26, 2014 at 8:16am

    We skipped Noah. We will pass on this, as well. Maybe we need some gritty realistic looks at Che and Castro and Ho

    Or at the way the Kennedy’s made their money.

    The sad thing is you would jot gave to revise and distort that history to show barbarism in action.

    Responses (3) +
  • [32] October 25, 2014 at 7:42pm

    she’s right, but she fails to take responsibility for the recognition that she was IN the hot zone, and SHOULD be qurarantined. Yes it should be better handled, but i would wager that TSA agent was not ‘smug’ when she showed a fever, she was likely scared to death that this woman was about to shed virus all over her world.

    seriously, she was in Sierra Leone for how long, in awful conditions caring for the dying, and a bureaucratic snafu in an air conditioned airport safely on American soil leads to her penning a ‘scathing’ editorial?

    sorry, i don’t care. thanks for your humanitarian efforts, i hope you don’t have ebola… now go sit in quarantine for the requisite time, enjoying your tablet or ipad or iphone or Galaxy S5 and your three squares and your peace and quiet, then come back to work like the rest of us who don’t have the time to go away on humanitarian gestures, because we have to cover what Uncle Sam demands and the debts we owe with our day to day living expenses tacked on.

    Honestly, i believe that if the military was ‘quarantining’ the troops returning home, letting them decompress in a mock ‘city’ with the noises and bustle and congestion all without real confrontation, and without alcohol or other expectation it would significantly decrease PTSD issues.

    but the government that doesn’t want to fight a war wants to spend untold millions fighting Daesh and not making sure returning vets are given time to reacclimate before they go home…

  • [6] October 25, 2014 at 7:35pm

    true, DR. but given the weight of male testimony vs. female, she was a cooked goose from day 1…

    there’s the ‘war on women’ Let Sheehan and all the other radicals go to Iran to protest the treatment of women and the clamor by bureaucrats for a war.

    things aren’t perfect here, but claiming a ‘war on women’ is a laughable lie.

  • [15] October 25, 2014 at 7:33pm

    they can handle disrespect and verbal opposition.

    But $200.000,000.00 to the leaders who are HELPING Hamas et al is a hard pill to swallow. how many rockets will Iran sell to the terorrorists for that much money.

    And that was our tax money… money you and i worked to earn, but never saw. money that WON’T help our infrastructure, or our foreign relations, and which will indirectly aid the very people we are fighting a non war with…

    it won’t even fund a month or a year’s worth of ‘shovel ready’ jobs.

    and tick tick tick, time is running out before Iran is a nuclear power, too.

  • [8] October 25, 2014 at 7:30pm

    i hope you’re right, DR, except that even if the GOP takes control of the senate, it’s with ‘leaders’ like Boehner McConnel, and McCain…

    honestly, they can jack it up enough in the next two years that the sheeple vote ANOTHER Dem into office, to continue the foreign policy nightmare and the economic disaster.

    gotta get a convention for amendments. gotta stop letting our elected leaders pretend that not spending money they planned to spend is ‘savings’, spending money they don’t have is acceptable, and that they can work for their own future well being and power instead of what is best for this country.

  • [2] October 25, 2014 at 7:25pm

    peace is right, don’t forget the touchdown!

  • [2] October 25, 2014 at 6:27pm

    glad something helped… forgot that i’d added zip ties last time i went through it… need longer ones.

    i keep hearing that arc’teryx is worth the $$, will have to check it out. i have a casio pathfinder as EDC, and when it gets back from Kershaw the boa will replace the Ram Hawk lock i’ve been carrying in its stead. should probably add a knife to each bag, will check the osprey. and i have vortex binos, too… great for the money…

    i agree with you that SIP is best bet… i just hadn’t thought about how i’d get from the hospital to home if there was EMP or too much traffic to drive etc.

    glad i’m not the only one that sees 5.56 as a cq round… have .308 and 7mm Rem Mag… toying with the idea of .338 lapua. actually with a lake reachable on foot we could hold out for some time.

    be safe, ‘squatch.

  • [48] October 25, 2014 at 2:17am

    true. and IPFW is right as well… you could send our kids to ANY other country and they would quickly learn how great they have it.

    i’d like the freakanomics guys to look at this… i think the problems have increased since God was stripped from the classrooms, NOT specifically because of the religious component, but because we stopped teaching our kids that civilization, that community, that this nation are a responsibility and they have to contribute to that.

    instead, kids come to believe that the world owes them, that everything revolves around them, and when confronted with reality bad things happen.

    what adult male faced with his wife– not just a girlfriend– cheating is not able to grasp that things are over, and procede with picking up the pieces and starting over? Oh wait, there are thousands of stunted American adults who think just like this kid did.

    THAT is the problem, but guns will be the focus of ‘what needs to be solved.’

    sad that this little monster was such an effective killer… head wounds to innocent kids who had called him friend… tragic.

    and prayers and thanks to the teacher whose intervention likely saved other lives.

    Responses (1) +
  • [1] October 25, 2014 at 2:10am

    east, you’re a week early… check the detectors whenever the clocks change.

    the little device that breaks up emboli in vessels are powered by either 9v or 4 or 8 AA batteries. they’re single use devices so my interventional radiologist partner always poaches the batteries at the end of the exam. we have drawers of them in the read room. oh yeah, but there are also outlets, and jacks on the computers that charge… c est la vie.

  • [5] October 25, 2014 at 2:07am

    MB, just finished mine…
    there would be a nice bersa CC .380 if not for the freak fire (and 2 extra mags and 50 PD rounds), poncho, shemagh (bandana), crank radio with charge port, tinder, 24 hr rationbar, nalgene metal bottle with matches and filter inside, 25′ paracord, VAS first aid kit with blood stop, money, Hatch sp100 gloves, sabre red pepper gel, leatherman, N95 masks, Dead On Annihilator, and still have room for more in a 5.11 Rush 24 bag. mylar blankets and compressible pull over are on the way. my EDC includes a flashlight and knife, so they aren’t in the bag. found some good Amazon and Kindle resources.

    The bug out bag i started with is heavy on money and self defense. the 72 hour bag is heavy on tools, food, water purification, and clothes.

    all are always works in progress.

    Responses (3) +
  • [6] October 25, 2014 at 1:59am

    funny the things they keep insisting won’t work are what have been successfully used before, and what they resort to when what they claim is an isolated incident (again and again and again) happens.

    makes believing the other things they claim about the virus and its virulence difficult. and by the time we know if they were lying, the spread parameters may be so wide it cannot be corralled.

    or maybe this is to keep thinking Americans OUT of the polls…

  • [3] October 25, 2014 at 1:56am

    agree it’s a concern, john, but can be mitigated with the right rounds. and if it’s light out, the AR is a scary platform to see.

    always worry about the firing blind tendencies of a shotgun…you still have to aim it. and bird shot won’t kill. an intruder in our home is not getting a chance to claim any stupid alibi.

    Wood… tlr4 offers a laser and a light rail mounted. the light is bright enough to disorient… i started with a novatac EDC light that when held down strobes… practiced using it alongside the bersa and free hand because of ‘marking’ me. but with kids in the house it seemed best to verify it wasn’t someone sneaking back in…

    for that reason i’ve considered one of the nonlethal variants of ammunition now offered as my first round for the home defense gun. but so far the light is the protective issue along with biometric access.

    the wife and daughter can run their 20g remington 1100′s better than the 12 and you can still throw buckshot rounds if the sound of the first shell chambering is not sufficient disincentive.

  • [55] October 25, 2014 at 1:49am

    happy is right, as is proverbs.
    but fortunately clearly the audience was not buying the line.
    sad the GOP has not come out with a stronger ad campaign to counter the attempt…
    the ‘what do women make in the White House’ and the blackboard break downs of why the supposed gap is a myth would be a great start to run for 30 seconds during the World Series or Saturday college games.

    then follow with a ‘if you pass a bill guaranteeing ANYTHING based on a person’s sex, by definition you are discriminating against the other sex… or as the Democrats want to call it, ‘waging a war on men.’

    the same should be happening about immigration, the border, quarantines, the irs, the nsa, transparency, obamacare, what looms after the election, gun control, attacks on the first amendment, education.

    because Happy IS right… anything they say is a lie. Show the truth. then stand up for term limits and neutral spending and watch what happens.

  • [5] October 25, 2014 at 1:44am

    smoke, if you have your eye on the gun, it means you are usually very close to having you natural point of aim at the perpetrator’s head, since presumably they are trying to aim over the top of said firearm… it’s a natural reaction and has inherent benefits (unlike in driving, where following an obstacle can actually lead to your steering toward said danger).

    sad when you have to consider buying AR500 plate for the kids book bags, but we’ve been looking….

  • [7] October 25, 2014 at 1:41am

    All… hope you’re enjoying life as a g’pa.

    i don’t know how the powers that be in DC would engineer a high school shooting, but they will certainly ‘take advantage of the crisis.’

    i see demands for Congressional action on firearms as a means of making the Republicans look bad and more ‘Executive Actions’ in the coming days.

    and of course, it will help push ebola, immigration, and the irs totally off of the front page. nevermind the shaky market, the fact that we are having acts of terror on this President’s watch, and the flail that is our undeclared war with Daesh.

    so i’m voting you’re all right… gang related over cross school dating, to be twisted by the anti-gun crowd into a ‘we must ban guns’ rather than a ‘we must teach our children respect and civics, as well as the danger of and respect for weapons.


  • [70] October 25, 2014 at 1:37am

    i’m glad the stupidity of bureaucrats who refuse to see that ‘gun free zones’ don’t work, and that trying to teach children to be afraid of firearms doesn’t protect them did not also get this brave young woman killed.

    i hope she is not plagued by dreams of ‘i caused this.’ the only culpable person is the young man who decided to kill his innocent classmates.

    and thank you Blaze for getting this up… until now, ‘took his own life’ has been the way the story was reported; i hope the MSM rectifies this situation tomorrow.

    Responses (1) +
123 To page: Go