User Profile: listeninginVT

listeninginVT

Member Since: October 08, 2010

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  • [3] April 26, 2015 at 11:23am

    I was thinking on it’s face your comment sounds really racist.

    Then I remember how for decades, and swamped with it in more recent years, we have been told repeatedly that blacks have their own culture, very different from ours, that we are ignorant of it and don’t understand them and that us not knowing is discriminating on them. Kay.

    So, now you can clearly identify them by their known ‘culture’ and in saying it actually sound racist when you are responding how they demand to be seen. How messed up is that???

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  • [4] April 26, 2015 at 12:31am

    home school.

  • [1] April 25, 2015 at 12:55pm

    get some type of holster looking strap on for your forearm, look all commando/ninja cool. lol

  • [7] April 24, 2015 at 8:39pm

    If you have the attitude that you are ‘above this’ or aren’t blue collar, you will be taken to the cleaners often.
    Knowledge is power and protection.

  • [2] April 24, 2015 at 4:06pm

    just to use actual truth in an argument.

    1. the US has one of, if not the worst, mortality rate of mother and child of first world nations/countries, and most 3rd world countries/nations. So, if you quote HC that the rate has been cut in 1/2, that’s great, but we are still the worst as western medicine treats PG as a disease and not a normal function of the female body. ( that we are to be on the Dr.’s time table and not our own bodies, cause Dr.s know more than our bodies do as to when the baby is ready to come out)

    2. ‘have access to reproductive healthcare’, seriously unless she is advocating we put the pill in your mouth for you and slide the condom on him when he is ready for sex, I really don’t see how anyone has ‘restricted’ access. Or is she referring to the fact that you have to actually buy them in the store? ( even though they are given out free in many places).
    wow, I feel so ‘oppressed’ and denied. *sarc*

  • [1] April 24, 2015 at 1:54pm

    Later when the students met with associate dean of students Kim Winkler, they were again told they needed specific permission from the dean to circulate a petition. She also said that the students were prohibited on the public campus from initiating conversations with their peers.
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    Ok. a few points to consider
    1. they claim that the school is state and private, then the students were in public doing this.
    2. they claim you need permission to speak to peers, that would be other students. How do you enforce or justify needing a permit from on high to TALK to another student?
    3. and isn’t it implied or implicit that a student has permission or the right to speak with anyone found on campus based on the fact that they signed up to attend this school? So, I signed up to go to this specific college/U, but need a permit for every situation in order to ‘initiate conversation with my peers’.
    4. and can this line of thinking be extended to the work place. That you need a permit from the boss to initiate conversation with another worker?

  • [14] April 24, 2015 at 1:40pm

    The Incredibles summed it up well. The villain of the cartoon exclaimed that with his gadgets he would make everyone incredible and then no one would be incredible. Why? Because he Wanted to be incredible and wasn’t.

    —–I read once this type of proverb “if you are a hammer, everything you see is a nail”, If you are looking to be offended, you will be.

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  • [5] April 24, 2015 at 1:22pm

    So with the way this type of behavior is treated now a days he will probably end up with probation or a fine.

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  • [5] April 24, 2015 at 1:19pm

    and they didn’t clear the campus for the desecration people but are for the venerated people. They show their motivation and personal bias.

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  • [-4] April 24, 2015 at 1:16pm

    The thought on the mans injuries that led to his death was he was not wearing his seatbelt in the back of the ‘van’ and was injured during transport. This is not negating that this shouldn’t have happened, but it goes to intent, this seems to be a ‘forgot’ /overlooked issue not a brutality issue.

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  • [6] April 21, 2015 at 12:34pm

    Animal shelters are killing grounds, to act like they don’t poison to death 90% of the animals that cross their thresholds is blatantly hypocritical.

    Maybe the man dropped them into the fenced in area so they would be safe until the place opened. And no matter what hysteria the pound exclaims, the puppies weren’t hurt. “oh! but they could have been !”

    The man “could have” just killed the puppies out right as well, and thrown them in the trash and no one would have known, But he didn’t, I would think that is the main point.

    Am I advocating dropping puppies like that, not even a little.

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  • [3] April 18, 2015 at 11:37pm

    just WOW. I see lawsuits in the future. Having the FBI/DOJ’s scientists claim the hair came from X defendants body/head is absolutely compelling and would play a part in findings of guilt, and to flat out admit almost every case was a lie is just staggering.

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  • [12] April 18, 2015 at 4:52pm

    seems most people are deeply disturbed now a days.

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  • [4] April 18, 2015 at 12:13pm

    This is the real state of affairs for sex crimes against children. probation.

    Welcome to Ur Sodom and Gomorrah America. Soon rapist will be able to demand victims while neighbors cheer them on.

    I wish that sounded like it couldn’t happen.

  • [9] April 17, 2015 at 12:40pm

    There is no such thing as ‘brain dead’, it is a made up term to induce those with control (used to be spouse or parent) to cut off life support for organ donation or death. It is a path to euthanasia by the Dr.’s orders, it is not medical.

    This has been exposed before as the lie it is but like most wrong things that keep on happening today the mantra of ‘keep telling the lie over and over until people will believe it true’ is in effect.

  • [8] April 13, 2015 at 7:59pm

    Shut it all down. There is no fixing it, nor is it worth fixing. Privatize medical treatment to any type of treatment the vet wants to get, you know, like is available to every other citizen.

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  • [24] April 11, 2015 at 10:44pm

    Unless you’ve lived near or at an area with ‘spring break’ (and this is me over 25 years ago) you can’t imagine the stupidity, level of drunkenness, and ‘what happens here, stays here’ mentality that goes on.
    Add on to that, today’s level of narcissism and you have stories like this. Normally a spring break story is only carried locally. (don’t want to effect the tourism industry you know)

    I was living in FL, near Daytona Beach, there would be dozens of deaths reported a week of spring break people, I never knew coming from VT just how out of control and dangerous those places become when idiot college students decent and commit a variety of crimes for ‘fun’.

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  • [6] April 10, 2015 at 5:49pm

    But in the WA case a pg mom is bruised and punched by Cops and her children taken from her by force and without a warrant, for a ‘pushy’ back and forth with her husband which wife/hubby separated and resolved, with no one getting hurt, no video, 3rd hand gossip.

    The woman, mom( in this article), was there when the abuse took place and did nothing, but the child can stay with her, and there is video confirming this?

    How unjust a system is this.

  • [20] April 10, 2015 at 5:36pm

    I think having ANY child writing or contacting ANYONE in prison or jail by the school should be labeled as child endangerment and the teachers and administrators should be charged and fired and lose their license to teach or be around any children.

    Who thinks up this idiocy !

  • [2] April 10, 2015 at 1:31pm

    yeah, if they are Pharma drugged only.

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