User Profile: Libertarian25

Member Since: October 05, 2010


  • May 5, 2013 at 11:11pm


    Man, I just wanna know. Are you in this to have a conversation and learn something; or are you just flyin in on the wings of ignorance to catch a rise out of someone? I’d actually enjoy a conversation with you, and maybe we can both learn some things. But it seems you’re just on here because you just want to be “right.” Only problem is, so far your only evidence has been to tell everyone they’re wrong. It’s certainly not the worst case I’ve heard, but it’s far from a strong one. I’ll start with a question… Have you ever shot a gun before?

  • April 25, 2013 at 7:51pm

    Your handle is an oxy moron. And you’re just a moron. Shame on you.

  • April 25, 2013 at 7:50pm

    And not to mention many of the disgusting and nasty things you have said. Most of you gotta be trolls. Whatever, you’re dumb as a box of **** either way.

  • April 25, 2013 at 7:47pm

    Wow, the heartlessness of some of you to so quickly turn this into politics is beyond disturbing. Have a little respect please? How about showing a little compassion so the rest of the country doesn’t think we’re all heartless assholess? If this is the type of callousness that is plaguing this country, then I’m deeply afraid for our future. And may God forget that you called yourselves my fellow countrymen. I will stand no where next to you. Shame on you.

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  • October 26, 2012 at 10:50am

    Normally I could care less, when it has to do with politics. But this Libya debacle is far beyond politics, and shame on you Geraldo for dumbing it down to just that. Even the thought that some of you morons would begin to play politics with this makes me sick to my stomach. You are a member of the press, a so-called journalist, and you’re taking the side of the treasonous administration that refused support to the people this President is responsible for sending over. You play politics with fast and furious, you play politics over the debt crisis, and now you’re playing politics over this. You have the balls to accuse others of playing politics, when I’ve only known you for the race baiting, lying sack of monkey **** you are. Our safety has never been more at stake.

  • January 6, 2012 at 9:20am


    In the words of the great David Lee Roth, everybody wants some…how bout you?

    Everybody masturbates, even you.

  • November 19, 2011 at 2:52pm

    This IS the plan. Bottom up, top down, inside out. The inside out is the frustration you are feeling. I support the police officers mostly. They have jobs to do, and they must protect the safety of EVERYONE…however, pepper spraying seated protesters when there is no threat involved is stepping over the line. This is a clear cut case of the STATE attempting to flex its muscle and intimidate people. If we had seen protesters charging at the police, there would be a much different story here. But that’s not the situation. It is important that the citizens of a free country can trust in its law enforcement. This breaks the trust and further devides us. It is equally important that our law enforcement can trust the citizens. We build that trust by prosecuting the corrupt and power hungry police officers to the full extent. If we give this a pass now, it will only get worse, as the top will come down even harder…making the inside out transformation larger, and more inevitable.

  • November 14, 2011 at 8:02pm

    I thought this story WAS about a nasty STD.

  • November 14, 2011 at 8:01pm

    @13th Imam

    I thought this story about a nasty STD.

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  • October 15, 2011 at 7:14pm

    @tomferrari: It’s never mandatory. It just covers our ass and most people are cool with it. I always make sure that my guests know that the tip is added in the check (parties of six or more adults only) and that it is completely discretionary. While I agree that it is a nice break, I still have to give stellar service, or the guests will complain and I will not get a nice tip. We are not tax collectors as we do not have to pay taxes on money we did not make. It we only make 10% of our sales, we only have to claim that 10% . I actually agree more with fovored93′s analasys. No one should ever be FORCED to tip. If you felt you did not get good service, from any server (myself included) then by all means, dont even leave a tip.

  • October 15, 2011 at 9:10am

    …but I will say, if you aren’t able to tip 20% of your bill to the friendly stoner who brought it to you, then you should not be going out to eat…bottom line. If you get ****** service, then leave less…leave nothing. It’s you’re right. But if you get standard service, you should certInoy leave a standard tip.

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  • October 15, 2011 at 9:07am

    First thing I’m gonna say…10% is a ****** tip. It’s not as ****** as 0, but it’s a ****** tip. Especially if you were given good service. That being said, I work in the service industry. I won’t say which resturaunt, but the satisfaction level of my guests experience is number 1. It not only makes me the most money, but the guest has a great time and comes back to the restaurant more often. On parties of 6 or more, we add an automatic gratuity, but it’s discretionary. You can be a bitch if you’d like and have it taken off, but that auto frat covers our ass for the dumb-folk who come in and spend 200 bucks and leave us $10 or$20 thinking that is a great tip. Now, us servers are certainly not entitled to your money, but we do give you a service. A service that is practically the premise of why you would choose to go to a sit-down establishment rather than a mcdonalds. Servers usually make about $3.65/hr (excluding California and new York where they make more), we tip out our bartenders and our bussers. The restaurant does not have to pay us minimum wage, and they do not pay our bussers either. We count on your tips, and we pay our bussers out of those tips based on a percentage of our sales at the end of the shift. While I still make decent money, if your regular tip is 10%, you’re a dick. Unless you got ****** service. I agree we should never force anyone to to tip, especially anything larger than 20%…

  • July 6, 2011 at 10:38am

    Some of you are so filled with hate that it just makes me sick. You should be ashamed of yourselves. You hold the Constitution high in one hand and yet spit on it when it works agaiinst you. The Consitution is THE LAW. We shoould be celebratting the faact that the jurry DIDN`T convict heer because they saw reasonable doubt. The prosecutors job is to provide a preponderance of evidence and prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. They did not. Our system is not perfect sometimes criminals walk, and sometimes the innocent are punished. **** happens. But it is so the innocent get a fair shot. Sometimes criminals lie and cheat, and they might get away with it. But better that, the few times it really happens, than to sentance a fellow man/woman to death for a crime that you are not sure they didn`t commit. So please, stop the hate or go somewhere else. It`s extremely unproductive……………

  • May 12, 2011 at 4:36pm

    Are any of you really that worried about flag burning? You all just need to watch this:

    We don’t need to beat the crap out of these people, we don’t need to make it illegal…That’s ridiculous. The freedom of speech is there to protect bad speech, not good speech. It protects the most offensive language, it protects pornography, it protects your right to tell your government to back off. It’s the First Amendment for a reason.

  • April 13, 2011 at 9:32am

    @ Sissykat

    The students are adults, they are citizens of the United States. The Constitution does not require intelligence to carry a hand gun. The moment you pick an adult picks up a gun, they assume that responsibility. If they can’t follow through…well it just depends on how far they take it.

    We have laws in place where we have to perform background checks and mental capabilities. But sometimes guns still wind up in the hands of psychos, like in VTech. But with an armed society, be it the majority of people ARE good, it will not only reduce fatalities, but also the likelihood of such an act.

  • April 13, 2011 at 9:25am

    I don’t know if I’d go so far as to say, “anything that stops crime is ok in my book.” Definitely not “anything” is ok. But if a crime is in play, and a police officer is forced into using force to get the alleged criminal to submit, this provides a minimal danger to the officer, the criminal, innocent by-standards, etc…

  • January 10, 2011 at 9:39am

    Let me add:


  • November 3, 2010 at 8:37am

    I think this is more proof that California doesn’t have the foggiest idea, as to what the hell is really goin on out here!

  • November 2, 2010 at 10:16am

    Well, I don’t believe that was a necessary insult, but whatever.

    People drink alcohol, to enjoy the effects of alcohol. Whether it be 1 to 3 drinks or 6 to 10, doesn’t really matter. They drink it, because it effects them in a way that makes them feel good, or better. I’ve spent a lot of time in bars, playing with bands, and I’ve yet to meet someone who didn’t drink alcohol to get drunk, or buzzed. And it’s really the same concept. 10% of the country is alcoholics. Alcohol is highly addictive, and kills millions. It’s the number one cause of mouth cancer, it’s the number one drug in all domestic abuse cases, child abuse cases, vehicular homicide…whereas the presence of drugs like marijuana and cocaine in these situations are next to zero.

    You’re giving a pass to people who can responsibly drink alcohol, like they’re supposed to, but not giving a pass to someone who can use a recreational drug responsibly. Why is that?

    Think of it this way…keeping all these drugs illegal, keeps the profit on the side of the dealers and the smugglers. You know, the same people that are killing each other and the ones chopping off heads at the border. With the drug dealers regulating the sale of drugs, it’s much easier for the children to get a hold of them, considering that most, if not all drug dealers don’t check I.D.s. The illegal trade is too powerful for us to stop it, because it’s money supply is endless and it’s people are heartless. They simply do not care. They are driven by billions upon billions of dollars. So instead of throwing money into a bottomless pit, we can hold on to that money, tax the drugs and earn more money, and expect people to be responsible for themselves.

    We stand here and yell about our liberties being taken away, and yet we still want the government to make sure that we’re safe. And if we’re all honest with ourselves, we know that they’re definitely not keeping us any safer with their nanny laws. They want control, they have no interest in our safety, they just think we’re stupid and we can’t keep ourselves safe. That’s why they take guns away in certain cities, that’s why we have dry counties, that’s why we take our shoes off at airports…it’s useless, it’s pointless. We cannot continue trading our liberties for securities, or we will be done sooner than we think.

  • November 1, 2010 at 7:28pm


    Just to clarify, I was comparing alcohol to other drugs used for recreational purposes. Alcohol is without a doubt the most impairing drug out there. Yet for some reason, we continue to treat alcohol with some amount of respect, and look at these other drugs as far worse substances than they truly are. I drink on occasion and have been known to enjoy a bong hit or two, and I gotta be honest…I would much prefer the bong hit. It’s less impairing, I can still think straight. I’m not a drug addict by any stretch of the imagination. But I’ve seen people go through withdraws, and alcohol withdraws are horrifying.

    Legalizing these drugs would be safer for our community. It would take the dealers out of business, and I trust a store clerk more to check an I.D. to make a sale for a pack of greens than a drug dealer.