User Profile: KyleD


Member Since: February 04, 2012


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  • [10] July 24, 2014 at 1:29am

    I thought the best part was the look on his face when he couldn’t get a car to stop for him. As if someone is going to stop just because you have a gun…the instinct is to flee, idiot. Also a good part was when the bystander asked the cop if he could help and then pinned the idiot’s feet.

    Anyway, when did criminals stop being burly biker men and start being sniveling punks, as Jinxe put it?

  • July 24, 2014 at 1:13am

    Don’t forget the headlight fluid. Add some of that to the gun and you’re shooting faster than light…these things should really be banned…

  • [3] July 23, 2014 at 3:05pm

    If the Palestinians were sincere in their desire for peace their first act would be to, jointly with Israel, root out Hamas. That should happen before any other arrangement of peace.

  • [57] July 23, 2014 at 3:00pm

    Wow, can’t remember a time when I agreed with Bloomberg.

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  • [3] July 23, 2014 at 2:24pm

    It was wrong for them to ask him to delete the tweet, but it was just as wrong for him to name the woman in it. You’d think a father would have more digression than that.

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  • [4] July 23, 2014 at 2:21pm

    Bush is a cordial man, you can’t blame him for being polite. If his being polite to the Clintons lead to them being considered credible that’s the American people’s fault, not Bush’s. Just because someone is unfit for office doesn’t mean you have to treat them like trash…that’s DC politics at it’s prime and the world would be better off without it.

  • [4] July 23, 2014 at 2:12pm

    Of course he’s jealous. A little girl is being credited with his work and gaining notoriety for it, she’s claiming that nobody has ever done this work before but she’s lifting it right from a published study. Sure, she has permission from a co-author of the paper to do the science project but why is she saying she’s the first one to do it when she’s clearly not? The man has a right to be jealous considering he’s in a field that relies on good press to garner funding and has a right to be upset considering she’s claiming to be the originator of the work he did.

    Plus, if you read what he wrote he’s being very cordial about the whole thing and is very politely asking his colleagues how to approach this.

  • [3] July 23, 2014 at 12:33am

    Depends on how much she could sue him for.

  • [6] July 21, 2014 at 5:11am

    How would they know she stole the dress? Was it one-of-a-kind? Because otherwise she could have bought it and just thrown away the receipt like most people do. Now, I know she was found with other stolen items that lead to the arrest but does a picture of you wearing a non-unique item allow the police to search the premises? If someone stole a a Kirkland brand polo shirt and there was an image of me wearing one does that mean the police can arrest me? If not where exactly is the rarity threshold between being left alone and a search warrant…and why is rarity a gauge to determine lawful search anyway?

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  • [38] July 19, 2014 at 11:01pm

    Look, the employee behaved poorly but so did the mother. If you go onto facebook and try to publicly shame a store for one incident then don’t expect to be treated well from it. People get a conniption from the simplest things these days. A 2 year old has an accident and suddenly you can’t serve the mother? And then a minimum wage employee refuses to serve someone whose child just peed all over and suddenly the entire franchise is unfit for yours and everyone else’s presence? And then a mother describes her unpleasant experience at your store and you go to facebook to criticize her? The world just seems crazy these days…too many people act angrily at small idiotic inconveniences.

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  • [4] July 19, 2014 at 9:45pm

    Regardless it was dumb of the Christie campaign to use this. You meet a famous guy a couple times and then decide unilaterally that he’s your new mascot and create a new add with him in it? Low class. Plus, that wasn’t just Dwayne Johnson’s image but it was pulled directly from a film…it’s doubtful Johnson even had the rights to use it if he were asked for it.

  • [124] July 14, 2014 at 5:37pm

    You don’t want to work there again. Get a small cash payout to support you while you look for an employer who wants an honest worker.

  • [5] July 13, 2014 at 3:30pm

    Sports are a subjective passtime. Some of them people like, some of them people hate, others like them all and others hate them all. Trying to convince people one is fun is just as pointless as trying to convince people it’s not.

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  • July 12, 2014 at 5:37am

    Every religion can be a cult from different points of view – it’s truly one of the most useless words in the English language.

  • July 12, 2014 at 5:28am

    There’s a difference between giving people the freedom to choose whether or not to sin and sinning yourself. God gave us all the freedom to choose between right and wrong and there are some in many churches, including a few in the LDS church, who believe people should continue to have that right. Harry Reid can be a member in good standing despite having the political viewpoint that people should have the right to choose for themselves because he doesn’t make that choice for himself.

    I’m not saying his politics are right, I likely disagree with him on most of it, but it’s important to realize why he’s still a member in good standing.

    I do think he’s treading on thin ice though. There comes a point in advocating for someone’s right to choose between right and wrong, you might be saying it’s ok to choose the wrong or that there is no wrong at all.

  • [19] July 12, 2014 at 4:22am

    Scuba diving in a pool sounds boring. Well, I suppose it’s a safe environment for beginners’ lessons.

  • [4] July 12, 2014 at 4:20am

    Or better question…why do you have a co-worker if you know how to make “eu68 every hour on the internet”? For that matter, why are you posting on the Blaze?! Get up and make “eu68 every hour on the internet.”

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  • [52] July 12, 2014 at 4:16am

    You don’t extract people from poverty with money – even Bono realizes that now. This billion dollar project clothed and fed the hard working people who built it and continues to do so with the people working at the resort.

  • [1] July 10, 2014 at 11:07pm

    Whether or not you’re able to say chinamen makes no difference because language in general is an amalgamation of what people around you have deemed an appropriate way to describe the world around you. So being upset that you can’t say a word is pointless, because your entire vocabulary has been filtered through the ages. If you want a language where you can say anything you want without reprisal you’ll have to make up your own.

  • [22] July 10, 2014 at 2:27pm

    What a disgrace. In a different age not only would he be kicked out of office on the spot but he’d be sent to a mental institution. If that man were my congressman I wouldn’t even bother voting him out, I’d pack my bags and leave the area for good…any people who agreed to vote him into office can’t possibly be worth living next to.

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