User Profile: Lt_Scrounge


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  • [3] November 14, 2015 at 11:35am

    In those countries that allow it, there has been a run on guns. Austria does not require any form of permit to purchase a shotgun, and the country is almost sold out of them as a result. Many of the purchasers are women afraid for their safety after seeing the brutality that women in other countries have suffered at the hands of Muslim men.

  • [5] November 14, 2015 at 11:33am

    When there are parts of Paris that white have to avoid like the plague because of the Muslim street gangs exercising more control than the police, what were they expecting would happen? When the Muslims started rioting and burning cars following the deaths of two little Muslim criminals who were electrocuted while running for the gendarmes, the French government should’ve cracked down on them HARD then instead of allowing them to cause billions of dollars in damage. Letting them slide simply emboldened them. Putting them down like dogs then would’ve gone a long way toward preventing this from happening now. Yes some are French citizens via Algeria. You can revoke someone’s citizenship and deport them. It’s an action that needs to start happening to dual citizenship criminals the world over.

  • [1] November 14, 2015 at 11:27am

    The NSA can monitor radio, telephone and computer communications, but it is worthless against the tried and true written note passed via courier. This is especially true if the notes are written in code. For that matter encoded phone or email communications can be almost as hard to decypher.

  • [9] November 14, 2015 at 11:24am

    With so many of the Sheriffs in this country standing up to both the state and federal governments over these idiotic attempts to disarm the people, I just have to say that their chances of success are between slim and none. The sheriffs who will support any attempt to disarm their constituents are in cities where the guns are predominantly in the hands of street gangs and they aren’t giving up their guns. The county sheriff’s have already won in court against having to enforce federal gun laws and CAN tell the feds to get out of their county. For that matter, they could take Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s lead and form huge (he’s got over 2000 posse members) volunteer posses and then assign deputies to head up subgroups. He’d effectively be deputizing thousands. Good luck trying to disarm them.

  • [6] November 14, 2015 at 11:18am

    He’ll send the French Foreign Legion after them. No one but the officers and senior NCOs are French so they are actually able and willing to put up a fight.

  • October 3, 2015 at 6:34pm

    Sure they will. Haven’t you seen the new little card reader that connects to a smartphone called the Square? I wish I had had one of those when I had my small business. It would’ve been not only cheaper but also MUCH more convenient than the Wells Fargo credit card processing account.

  • October 3, 2015 at 6:31pm

    They are already doing that in some situations. Some idiots are already having RFID chips implanted.

  • [5] October 3, 2015 at 6:18pm

    Your name is an oxymoron. Socialism and libertarianism are mutually exclusive. It is impossible to believe in personal liberty and the government confiscation and redistribution of the fruits of one’s labor. Socialism is in and of itself a totalitarian form of government. Liberty includes the ability to succeed, or FAIL, based on your own abilities.

  • [11] August 16, 2015 at 12:19am

    Not likely to be Blaze commenters. Most of us wouldn’t have missed and don’t need to steal any firearms. We’ve got more than enough of our own already.

  • [1] August 16, 2015 at 12:17am

    Jade Helm is an exercise in infiltration and human intelligence gathering. Supposedly they are practicing intelligence gathering techniques for overseas use, but that’s a smokescreen. They are trying to infiltrate communities here to gather intelligence on who is going to cause problems if they declare martial law. My logic for saying that is that techniques are different based on the culture and what works here won’t work overseas. At least not in any country that we are currently engaged in hostilities in.

  • [1] August 14, 2015 at 8:51pm

    It could’ve been a lot worse. She could’ve deposited the check, had the bank fail to credit the deposit to her account and then bounce a check to the IRS. There was one VERY embarrassed bank manager when I walked in with an ATM receipt showing that I had made a deposit 5 days before they bounced the check. When I explained that the check that they had just bounced despite my deposit was to the IRS, she turned a bright pink and immediately began apologizing profusely. The bank not only reversed the bounced check charges, they also sent a letter to the IRS AND covered the IRS returned check fee.

  • [1] August 10, 2015 at 10:50pm

    IIRC the record for a confirmed sniper kill is over 2400 meters. That’s around a mile and a half. It was fired by a British corporal.

  • [40] August 2, 2015 at 12:46pm

    Two words – Locked and Loaded.

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  • [25] August 2, 2015 at 12:44pm

    You’re right. Hitler wouldn’t have been able to accomplish his evil without the aid of Goebbels and Himmler. Obamao is almost entirely dependent on the aid of Sharpton and previously Jesse Jackson (I guess JJ has decided to hide out since junior went to prison for theft) to foment his racial strife. Wouldn’t a nice little race war be the perfect excuse to implement martial law and “postpone” (cancel) the 2016 election?

  • August 2, 2015 at 12:39pm

    I know that feeling. I’m waiting to see if I get a raise this year and how big it will be. I’ve only been sales team MVP 4 or 5 times in the last 12 months. 3 in the last 6. I’ve gotten above average wages every year so far with this company but they have been cutting back rather severely since the implementation of Obamacare. I’ve got VA so they don’t have to provide me with insurance.

  • [2] August 2, 2015 at 12:32pm

    Bread and Circuses for the entitlement crowd while the elitists turn this into an aristocracy.
    I hate working an hourly wage. I prefer a salary plus commission. That way when I do things like earn sales team MVP 3 out of 6 months so far this year, I get something more than a certificate emailed to me saying thanks for the hard work. On one sales team, I even had them take my name out of consideration for numerous months because the team leader said that other team members told him they were getting discouraged because I was getting the award so often. I told my boss that I don’t work the way I do to win awards, I win awards because I work the way that I do. I would love a 70K a year salary, but being paid the same as slackers always ticks me off.

    About the only thing that ticks me off worse is being passed over for a promotion because I don’t socialize with the bosses. One of my two jobs has promoted numerous people who have no management or supervisory experience into supervisory positions because of the way that they socialize with management.

  • [1] August 2, 2015 at 12:24pm

    Maybe he should’ve read “Atlas Shrugged” or at least watched the DVDs. He’s gotten himself a real world version of “The 21st Century Motor Company” going there. John Gault won’t be knocking on his door. Now his two employees who quit might be seeing a modern version of John Gault inviting them to join his strike.

  • [1] July 19, 2015 at 12:59am

    I can answer that for you in three words. Age and Alcohol Consumption. Officers and NCOs tend to be a little older and more mature than your basic recruit. It simply isn’t wise for an 18 yr old away from home (and possibly drinking illegally) for the first time to be living in a barracks with firearms at hand. Officers and NCOs tend to be older and hopefully mature enough to be responsible enough to not let their emotions, especially when intoxicated, to over rule good sense when dealing with a firearm. Of course, we also had officers who were so lacking in proficiency with their issued weapon that they weren’t even capable of disassembling it for cleaning. I had to teach people who out ranked me how to disassemble their 1911s for cleaning.

  • [1] July 19, 2015 at 12:50am

    My real concern at this point is who has our backs when the politicians turn the police (and possibly the military) on the people? While the actions of the politicians would be unconstitutional, that hasn’t seemed to have stopped them lately.

  • [1] July 15, 2015 at 9:38pm

    Like I was explaining to a woman on the phone today, military training is dangerous. When I was in during the mid 80s, every single monthly rotation to the National Training Center at Ft Irwin had resulted in one or more fatalities for over 3 years. We had three people killed during our training cycle. I’ve got a messed up knee and a slowly degenerating neck from injuries while in the military. You don’t have to go to combat to get severely injured. We had two soldiers fall asleep at the wheel of a truck and roll it down a hill. Luckily it was one of the OshKosh HMTT with a four point safety harness. They escaped any injury to anything but their pride and the motor sergeant pulled the truck back onto it wheels, started it up and drove it back to the motor pool for repairs.

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