User Profile: Lt_Scrounge


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  • April 13, 2014 at 7:32pm

    I think the “Flyover states” should blockade all of the liberal democrat controlled states. When they have to use the entirety of their food stamps allotment to buy a loaf of bread and a lb of hamburger that’s been imported from South America, the welfare slobs will begin looting the not as poor liberals and eventually bring their populations in line with what the country can otherwise support. I’ll be perfectly happy to give up California avocados (I don’t eat them any way) and whatever other food may be coming out of the liberal states in exchange for the price of steak dropping to an affordable level. What with the east coast refineries not being able to get the corn based ethanol for their gasoline, gas prices in the blue states will necessarily go up, but that’s what they want isn’t it? Wasn’t it the liberals in the Obama administration that said they would really like to see fuel prices in the $5-7 a gallon range like they have in Europe.

  • April 11, 2014 at 6:12pm

    As adults, the answer to that question is “No”. Had an adult employee of the school district laid a hand on the little trouble maker, the school district would’ve been sued and the adult prosecuted.

    Personally, I never let a bully take a second swing, and none of them ever came back for a second go around either. Odds are it was her brother or one of her friends who was recording the attack so she could get a little “street cred”. The kid who she attacked should’ve finished cleaning her clock and turned on her brother if he stepped in. I had a kid pull a knife on me on a school bus and asked if I wanted him to stab me. I took out a larger one and said that I didn’t think it would be a good idea for him to try. Every bully who ever laid a hand on me regretted it. When my daughter was being bullied on a school bus, I taught her how to put the bully into a thumb lock. Funny how quickly people lose an interest in being violent when you’re twisting their thumb across the back of their hand. The school hadn’t been able to stop the bullying for over a week. She stopped it in under 10 seconds.The school teacher even made excuses for the little girl’s bad behavior. It stopped when someone finally said enough and fought back.

  • April 11, 2014 at 12:01am

    One of the founders of the Democrat party (Andrew Jackson) might have beat her unconscious with his walking stick. He did that to a fellow congressman who made very uncivil remarks on the floor of the House. Oh for the good old days when it was legal to beat the stuffing out of filthy, lying corrupt politicians and then cover them in tar and feathers before running them out of town.

  • April 10, 2014 at 11:56pm

    I would rate them lower than cockroaches. Cockroaches do what they do out of instinct. Liberals are perfectly aware that what they are doing is vile and repulsive but they do it anyway..

  • April 2, 2014 at 11:46pm

    More and more the one common thread in all of the mass shootings in the last few years has been Selective Seratonin Reuptake Inhibitors aka anti depressant medications. I can tell you from experience that when people are “off their meds”, not taking them as prescribed, or having a bad reaction to them, they become erratic and irrational to an unbelievable level. They don’t even realize how crazy they are acting. Sometimes they can even lose touch with reality and become violent. It’s scary to watch someone you car about go so far off the deep end that you have to either have them committed or throw them out. Getting the court to order someone in for a psych eval is nearly impossible until they hurt someone/ I even went so far as to have someone come watch the house until she was gone because I was afraid she’d hurt my dogs or trash my belongings.

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  • March 31, 2014 at 10:43pm

    It’s called a substantially better pay and benefit package combined with not having to deal with the pretentious jerks who tend to frequent stores like Macy’s.

    When I got out of the Army, I was hired at FootLocker because the first manager that I interviewed with was a veteran. He warned me that there was an anti veteran attitude among some of the people in the company. I got the job and didn’t see the anti veteran bias until right after Desert Storm. During the war, the company had issued us flag lapel pins. The district manager was very rude about it when he came in 6 months later (we still had troops in harms way) and told me to take it off the war had been over for months.

  • March 31, 2014 at 10:31pm

    Exactly what moron hired a senior citizen to act as a security guard in an inner city Philadelphia school? Also since when does a 17 yr old who assaults a senior citizen warrant being charged as a minor?

  • March 30, 2014 at 11:51pm

    I only got into one fight in high school. It ended very quickly. I picked the guy who ticked me off up, turned him upside down and then slammed him head first into the stone tile floor. I didn’t have too many other students looking to pick a fight with me after that.

  • March 29, 2014 at 8:46pm

    I wonder if the animal rights freaks realize that in most western states, the big cat population is controlled through hunting and when California put a moratorium on it, the cats began eating people within 3 years. In Texas, on the other hand, they are considered dangerous predators and subject to being shot on sight. The deer and wild hog populations are large enough to provide for a LOT of mountain lions and they breed to match the available food supply. If I had known that they are supposed to be shot to protect the cattle herds, I had one in my rifle sights right after I got here but chose not to shoot because I didn’t know what the state laws were.

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  • March 19, 2014 at 12:21am

    SmokeDog there is no such thing as a former Ranger. It’s a qualification, not just a type of assignment. You have to pass the course to wear the tab, whether you go to a Ranger unit or not. Once you pass the course, you have earned the right to be called a Ranger. They offered me Ranger school, but I decided against it. I had messed up my knee on the rucksack run and didn’t think attending Ranger school at that time was a good idea. I still walk with a limp when the weather gets cold from that run.

  • March 19, 2014 at 12:03am

    Once a Marine, always a Marine.

    Sort of like being Airborne qualified. They can never take that away.

  • March 19, 2014 at 12:01am

    I feel you KC7. It drives me up the wall to see people running around the local Walmart in ACUs without having a cover, or their uniform otherwise messed up. I resist the urge to correct them simply because they wouldn’t listen anyway. When I was on active duty, you didn’t even go into stores in your duty uniform unless it was to pick something up on the way home from work. These people go out running around in field uniforms all of the time.

  • March 16, 2014 at 8:25pm

    Most of the LEOs fighting against the idiotic anti gun laws are the Sheriffs. Since they are elected officials, they have to face their voters come election time, so unlike most city cops, these guys are held accountable for supporting or fighting against the unconstitutional gun owner control laws.

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  • March 16, 2014 at 9:49am

    Six Flags in Dallas is currently being sued for millions over a woman who fell out of one of the roller coasters that go upside down because she didn’t have the restraint system tight enough and fell out, so I can see the safety point.

    However looking at that man, I can tell you that unless it’s an inadequate restraint system (lap bar instead of over the shoulder bar, he’s not falling out of anything. He’s thicker through the chest than I am and I couldn’t squeeze through the bars of one of the over the shoulder restraint systems if I wanted to.

  • March 15, 2014 at 4:22pm

    The First Amendment begins ” Congress shall make no laws respecting establishment of religion. or restricting the free exercise thereof…”
    The oath of office includes ” protect the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic”.
    Since the Constitution forbids any restriction on the free exercise of religion, any Cadet. Officer or Enlisted member of the military who insists on restricting the free exercise of the religion of a fellow service member is in fact violating his own oath of office. The Constitution does NOT guarantee freedom from religion, only the free exercise thereof.

    At the time of ratification, the founding fathers KNEW that many of the colonies were founded as religious enclaves. They had also seen vicious religious wars tear apart both Britain and the European continent in the previous century. That is why they began the Constitution with a restriction on Congress that prevented it from establishing an official religion. They NEVER intended for religion to be excluded from the government. If anyone is offended by another person’s religious beliefs, as long as the religious person isn’t physically forcing the other person to participate in it, the person being offended is the one with a problem. If they attempt to force the other person to stop their religious observance, THEY are the ones who are violating the Constitution.

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  • March 15, 2014 at 12:35am

    Hey, I’ll take a job making double the national average to drive a truck in North Dakota. I have a friend who got on with an oil field service company here in Texas, and he’s up there now making a good living. He’s not really happy about the cold, but given a couple more years and he’ll have enough saved to move back to southern Texas with money in the bank.

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  • March 6, 2014 at 11:18pm

    Nope, I always stopped myself short of killing them. Then again, I was using my bare hands to choke the crap out of them. It takes a little longer than just lining up the sights and squeezing the trigger. On one occasion, I only stopped because someone else yelled for me to stop. According to witnesses, that guy was unconscious when I dropped him on the floor. He woke up fast enough. It was the last time he tried to bully me, or anyone else in front of me. He was the first bully I dealt with on their terms. I have never lost a second of sleep over hurting someone. My attitude was always that they made the choice to force me to resort to violence, I just made them regret that choice. This little predator chose to break into someone’s home, thereby risking his own life. The homeowner obliged him. The thief rolled the dice and crapped out. Game over.

  • March 6, 2014 at 10:40pm

    There are plenty of blacks in Texas. It was a slave state before the Civil War.

  • March 6, 2014 at 10:33pm

    Wanna bet the race, the number of parents in the decedent’s home and their primary source of income?

    These people don’t raise their kids, they just pop them out to increase the size of their monthly check and food stamp allotment.

  • March 6, 2014 at 10:26pm

    Actually he was a true believer in gun control until he went to work in Maine where reality set in. Unlike so many others, he observed the data and adjusted his attitude accordingly. One could say that he saw the error of his former ways and came to the realization that guns aren’t the problem criminals are.