User Profile: LandShark

LandShark

Member Since: July 04, 2012

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  • January 31, 2014 at 2:18am

    Jose Mendez, 50, of Farr West, Utah, was sentenced on Wednesday, acting Assistant Attorney General
    Mythili Raman of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney David B. Barlow of the District of Utah.

    huh ? I done did graduate from hi skool and I think dat not goods sentance struktuere.
    Me cans doo beter cans I hav jobs tos ?

    Come on , little effort here ;p

  • November 8, 2013 at 7:35pm

    There are a some stories out there in that regard.
    One not too long ago ( this year, late last year ?) was of a policeman arresting (and using a taser on ?) a homeowner who would not stop using his garden hose to water down his house/roof to prevent embers from possibly setting his house on fire when his neighbors house was burning.

    What did the Blaze do to their web site recently ? It locks up, the embedded video wants to play now. It locks up something terrible.

  • October 12, 2013 at 2:29am

    “…adding that his only real mistake was not alerting his principal regarding the graphic nature of the play before assigning it.”

    I was under the impression that teachers had to get their course curriculum approved before the start of the school year. Now for courses in the sciences, I’d hardly imagine that the course materials are given much oversight, but is it a stretch of my imagination that the areas where a responsible school administration would have thought to really do their job and review the course curriculum is the arts and drama classes ( I would also include history ) as to what is appropriate ? Seems to me that the school principal is at fault here too. If the administration (read principal) does not know what the teacher is doing in drama class, what else is going on that they gloss over ?
    As for the kids wanting this teacher back, what else is in his curriculum that they find so cool that they don’t want him disciplined or fired ?

  • October 9, 2013 at 8:39pm

    This azzclown and the dillweed who complained that he had to work on a Saturday in congress should both be ashamed of themselves. For what you get in pay,perks and in benifits ( which should be stripped away), the whole of congress should be required to give x-number of hours of (real) community service in thier home states.
    For “F” sake, find some humility.
    Azzclowns…

  • October 9, 2013 at 8:25pm

    I always wanted to merge these two sports into one ( like the beer commercial)
    Trap shooting with goof, I mean golf. As the golfer hits the ball, the trap shooter gets to shoot it with one shot only. If the shooter misses, the ball is still in play for the golfer. If the shooter hits it, -1 for golfers score. ( or however you score goof, er golf)
    :)

  • October 9, 2013 at 8:14pm

    Edit:
    My mind and fingers on the keyboard were not working in unison when I posted the above, sorry.

    (The Balze, why, when you click the next numbered page to view more comments,it takes you to the bottom of the comments on the next page, as opposed to the top of the comments as it used to be ?)

  • October 9, 2013 at 7:58pm

    Awesome

  • October 9, 2013 at 7:50pm

    Eddie, I salute you… with my middle finger.

    (The Balze, why when you click the next numbered page to view, it takes you there nut at the bottom of the page instead of at the top off the comments section like before ?)

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  • October 4, 2013 at 5:23am

    Un frickin believable.
    The school board there should remove the principle for being a goof the even entertain the idea of talking to the cop about it in the first place. The ones who needed the special talking to are the parent(s), if they existed at all, for being idiots.

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  • October 4, 2013 at 5:16am

    Now if they can get males to stop holding their privates as they walk down the street I’d be happy.
    They afraid someone going to steal it ?

  • October 3, 2013 at 1:35pm

    Heh…..

    Truth in advertising….

    ( why, when one clicks on the next page to read comments does it now take you to the bottom of the next page ? )

  • October 1, 2013 at 3:44am

    I laughed a long time ago when they first came out with stone washed jeans, then stressed jeans ( which I would never wear) then the jeans with holes in them ( wtf, you have to be stupid to buy those)
    Even then, as a teenager I knew that the pants would wear out triple as fast.

    I equally hate it now that the car manufacturers “proudly” (boldly in my opinion) advertise the crash speed ratings of car bumpers now that are below 20 mph before they are damaged. I also hate that
    headlight and taillight housings are sooo large that if you had to replace them it’s well over $ 150.00 per lens. ( sorry if that amount is low too, it has been a long time since I looked at parts costs, but I know that $150.00/lens is in the ballpark even today depending on model of car)

    In reply to the story Retailers' Dirty Little Secret

  • October 1, 2013 at 3:30am

    I am against the ACA with all my heart and soul for many reasons, all of which are in many of these stories and posts by others regarding ACA on the Blaze and elsewhere.

    I had a discussion with someone about this(ACA) who also agrees that it is harmful and illegal as I do.

    They had a point of contention that I am not sure about. That if you do ( for whatever reason you decide) pay the penalty to the IRS ( so as to be able to pay your taxes and not be audited for not compling with the ACA, was the premise of this part of our discussion) if you are unemployed like I am, that as soon as you do manage to get a job, the IRS will “back charge ” you for the difference and garnish your pay to put that money back into the system. I find that hard to believe. Anyone hear of this, or is this just anger at the whole BS that is forced down our throat illegally, otherwise know as ACA ?
    And if it is true, boy are people in for a surprise. I don’t need this to verify that the ACA plucks ( replace p with s) just wanted to know.

  • September 27, 2013 at 6:30pm

    *The paneling is screwed to whatever substrate the siding would have been nailed to.

    Not knowing the style of house there to begin with, but I would imagine that those bricks(with a “p”) have siding on their own houses too. Either on the sides and/or on the back of their houses ?

  • September 27, 2013 at 6:25pm

    I did not read all the posts.
    The easy solution, because they want to live in that community would be to face the house with faux brick paneling. You insulate as normal ( I would insulate better than normal ) and then screw on the fake brick paneling. The paneling needs to be tuckpointed as real bricks do, therefore you don’t see seems.
    And unless you touch it, it looks like real bricks. It should be cheaper if real bricks can’t be afforded.
    This should appease the neighbors, who are anal retentive bricks to begin with.

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  • September 23, 2013 at 12:56pm

    A buddy of mine had/has a LinkedIn account, I sent mail to his account less than a dozen times over two or three months and continuously got e-mails from LinkedIn to setup an account with them. No matter that I ignored them, replied to them, wrote them to stop the spam. Finally found out how to block them in Outlook 2010, I think.

  • September 23, 2013 at 12:51pm

    oops, sorry,this didn’t get put where it belonged.

  • September 23, 2013 at 12:51pm

    Sta, the other two posts are mixed in with the rest of the posts in this story, I thought I hit “reply to”
    but they are interspersed with the other replies now. :(

  • September 23, 2013 at 12:49pm

    oops, sorry,this didn’t get put where it belonged.

  • September 23, 2013 at 12:46pm

    Sta Part III of III

    A free cleaner like “CCleaner” will clean cookies that get past all that, but you need to know what you are asking that program to delete before you play with it. You should ask for help before and if you run that program. And if you do , download the program for the operating system you have and it’s particulars. You can find out what you have by going to your start button/control panel/system, and there it tells you , as an example of my system, Windows Edition: Win 7 ultimate and then System type: 64 bit. Your might be 32bit and whatever windows version you have. So for me, I have to download programs that are Win 7 64 bit compatible.

    If you don’t know/ don’t understand something, ask someone who does before you install or “run” anything.

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