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RaydocX

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  • [3] December 20, 2014 at 12:14am

    nicely stated, Packing. made me smile.

  • [24] December 20, 2014 at 12:13am

    but said mother has no difficulty explaining transgender people or same sex marriage to her fictional child…

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  • [6] December 20, 2014 at 12:11am

    and an Emerson CQC 7 in his strong side front pocket.
    and an elf rapid reaction force on standby… no Benghazi embassy for Mr. Kringle…

  • [16] December 20, 2014 at 12:05am

    everyone is lying in this…
    Sony caved. period. there are such damning things in what was stolen they could not risk it coming to light… but unfortunately that sword of damocles will forever be at their neck. better to stick it in North Korea’s eye and preserve at least that honor.

    Paramount deserves to fail as well, for refusing to let Team America, which has made them MILLIONS be screened in TEXAS. Buy your copies now, then abandon Paramount.

    And the President… instead of our own cyber forces (you know, a subsidiary of the NSA who are recording everything we do) empty the North Korean accounts and giving this nation a tax holiday for the first quarter of 2015. Instead of permanently crashing the hermit nation’s propaganda machine. Instead of piping Team America AND the Interview into every home in North Korea with electricity, the President’s teams never saw this coming, and then sat on their hands and did not react.

    Instead of scolding Sony, especially after the whole ‘it was a video’ LIE they told America for a year after our embassies were attacked, our government should have ACTED.

    But instead, Obama was too busy ignoring the separate but equal aspect of our government to cave himself to Cuba.

    So any negative comment by the Liar in Chief is a hypocritical hollow echo of his own behaviors. But it does not mean Sony’s behavior is understandable or supportable.

  • [13] December 19, 2014 at 2:51pm

    Foxworthy says marrying for sex is like buying a 747 for the peanuts.

    That said, since my wife is the only person with whom I have sex, it’s silly to pretend it is not a big component.

    A partner once allowed that he had tried to explain to his wife that her willingness to have sex was interpreted as reassurance that their marriage was on good footing. If she neglected it for too long he began to question why she was unhappy in the relationship. It rang true, and while I know women enjoy sex and think about it, the frequency and interest in sex overall is very different between men and women, and being aware of that can help both parties. While feverish I was once trying convince my wife to fool around. To her being sick was cause to not be horny. To me I was already in bed, and I wasn’t dead, so…

  • [4] December 19, 2014 at 2:45pm

    I don’t believe it… You know, I just don’t believe it.

  • [12] December 17, 2014 at 8:14pm

    too true, al… sony capitulates, stops the movie release? theaters refuse to show it over threats from a guy with a 50′s white wall hair cut and a fetish for Dennis Rodman?

    The Chinese and Putin have to be laughing at how completely the progressives have gutted this nation in just 3 decades.

  • [2] December 17, 2014 at 8:12pm

    donchaknooo the wild is a dangerous place, eh?

  • [4] December 17, 2014 at 12:16am

    You are right.
    As is CatB… The signs at our local Target went away. And state law does not include ‘the CEO asking nicely’ as counting there or at Starbucks, though the latter only gets the wife’s business

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  • [4] December 17, 2014 at 12:07am

    Had the same ought… Blackwater of white hat hackers…. Let’s track down the source, and empty their bank accounts.

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  • [13] December 17, 2014 at 12:06am

    Wrong, Ollie, because continued capitulation allows official censorship in easily.
    Buy insurance…. Make Sony pay for insurance. Then tell whatever trolls are making threats to take a long walk on a short pier.

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  • [10] December 16, 2014 at 8:40am

    Yep… Progs accept… Even glorify the gray areas of life when they use them to get their way, a la healthcare.
    IMHO ksm was not protected by Geneva conventions. Data obtained by his waterboarding contributed to this President claiming ‘I got bin laden’.
    Anyone willing to trade innocent lives for ksm’ temporary fear of death should be as angry at the way the administration lies day in and day out to the American people, doing more damage to more lives, but mention that and… Crickets.

  • [4] December 16, 2014 at 12:33am

    watching the towel and bucket being prepared would do it.
    that said, the sensation of drowning is terrifying.
    then again, fear is an emotion, rather than a physical scar.
    anyone who pretends this is torture and condemns our intelligence apparatus, military, or nation, and yet who refuse to condemn all of islam for their tacit acceptance of beheadings of innocents really is not concerned with torture or evil, only in labeling America as the bad guy.

    ain’t it strange how many like that are actually Americans?

  • [4] December 16, 2014 at 12:28am

    i know, and it’s a valid point… our current government will happily strip a citizen of everything for no crime.

    but i heard on the radio today that several nations have threatened to arrest and send to the Hague for war crimes any American they ‘find’ was involved in torture.

    same show pointed out that now torture includes ‘humiliation’ which means we all at some point or another torture ourselves, and that watering down the definition a la bullying and autism, the real cases of sadism will get diluted and ignored.

    as it stands, though, i think the powers that be want all of we the people to have only whatever id they offer us, and no idea of our own history.

  • [3] December 16, 2014 at 12:22am

    not to mention too many portions of the Caribbean and South America.
    and if you look at sexual predation on women apparently the numbers in the socialist utopias of scandinavia betray another dark side of progressive run nation states.

    there will always be victims. for 200 years America understood might did not make right, and the citizenry kept the government in check. Now instead of having the guard dog on a chain ready in time of need, the dog has the run of the house, pays no heed to commands, and is every bit as dangerous to the homeowner as the bad things prowling outside the fence.

  • [1] December 16, 2014 at 12:15am

    schools, malls, hospitals, stadiums, churches, retirement communities…

    condition yellow as a way of life outside your own home, gang.

  • [2] December 16, 2014 at 12:13am

    and apparently it is not just American immigration that puts citizens at risk… if this fool had been prosecuted, why had he not been sent home.

    of course, the wonders of geography protect Australia from the endless flood of illegal immigrants we face here. how many such deluded individuals, or drug addled psychotics… how many dedicated sleeper cells have insinuated themselves in our cities?

  • December 16, 2014 at 12:11am

    well spoken, BBQ.
    and Starbucks is inviting it to be repeated here with their misguided ‘if we say no guns no one will bring guns’ lunacy.

    sadly, i heard one man they interviewed insisting that he could never go back to the cafe for coffee after this because he would ‘always be looking over his shoulder.’

    for too long civilization and technology have insulated citizens to the reality of the world… that there are very bad people who want to do evil things, and that the government, even where well intended, simply cannot be there to prevent everything.

    ultimately we are on our own, and to the extent we remember to be civil to one another the illusion of peace continues. but trying to pretend the illusion exists when the wolves come knocking at the door is guaranteed to fail.

    btw, glad to see you back at the plate, taking some extra cuts.

  • [2] December 16, 2014 at 12:05am

    and no safe means of going outside of our borders… consider Italy’s endless pursuit of the young woman from Washington whose roommate was killed and the decision was made that she did it regardless of evidence… or the CIA members who were named and charged. Even our ‘allies’ are willing to bastardize their judicial systems if it means better rapport with our enemies

    like our own misguided leaders, though, they fail to understand they are simply serving as convenient idiots, and when the convenience is gone they will be immolated like those they are so happily putting to the torch.

  • [12] December 16, 2014 at 12:02am

    don’t forget those who died shortly after when the chopper was hit.

    you are both right, the fear that men of principle will stand up and be heard demands that those in power do anything necessary to impugn those who actually act in the defense of this nation and its people.

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