User Profile: Mad Engineer

Mad Engineer

Member Since: August 31, 2010

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  • [1] June 3, 2014 at 8:25am

    @ Chronic
    Probably the same thing He did with the money changers in the temple….throw them out and condemn their actions.

  • May 27, 2014 at 5:19pm

    As long as we are suggesting “reasonable laws”, I would like to offer the following suggestions:
    1. The authors and all those voting for this “law” individually accept all civil and criminal penalties which result from a person being denied the use of a firearm due to an incorrect diagnosis. They waive all rights to immunity from prosecution due to their office and all monetary judgments made against them cannot be discharged via bankruptcy. In addition, they agree to murder statues such as those in Oklahoma which hold all parties in a felony act guilty of murder, whether or not they actually “pulled the trigger.”
    2. Knife locks will be required for anything larger than a fingernail clipper…let’s do it for the children.
    3. All authors and those voting for this legislation agree to donate 100% of their official government salary, 50% of their unofficial salary while in office, and 95% of their post-Congress lobbyist salary to treating their fellow Americans with real mental illness.
    4. They agree to appear before the family of anyone who dies as a result of this law to personally (not your pimple-faced aide) explain why the dearly loved departed was safer as a result of this law and all of the other gun-grabbing laws.

    I’m not going to hold my breath.

  • May 15, 2014 at 11:18am

    Harry,
    Somewhere deep in the Amazon rainforest, a tree has been working day and night converting the CO2 from my coal fired electricity power plant into oxygen for you to breathe when spewing forth this incompetently formed excuse of a plan. You need to go apologize to the tree and get out of the Senate before you really hurt someone else.

  • May 15, 2014 at 8:52am

    @MAProg
    You are welcome to come by my office anytime to see the engineering licenses…..
    Your arguments just don’t hold water because they are based on the assumption that mankind is the final authority in the universe. If you, as a finite being, are unwilling to accept that an infinite being, such as God, could create and define the laws of nature by which you live and is not limited by them, then we don’t have a common frame of reference to discuss this in. After all, the knowledge of a finite being is by definition finite. For example, there was a time when science told us that the atom was the smallest unit of matter, and then protons, electrons and neutrons were discovered. There was a time when the scientific community thought that train travel at a speed greater than 20 mph would be fatal, until someone went that speed. To say that human understanding of science is the final authority is the ultimate example of arrogance.
    If evolution is true, why would it be limited by the presence or absence of liquid water? Why can’t a different system of life, one which is not dependent on water, form in an environment such as Jupiter?
    I agree that not all animals have the same kidney, but they all have an organ which carries out the function of a kidney in some fashion and typically that organ is not capable of other required biological functions — for example, intelligent thought.

  • May 14, 2014 at 6:23pm

    @MA Prog
    How do I know which parts of the Bible are meant to be interpreted figuratively? I use what I learned in third grade about the different genres of literature. The Book of Revelation is not meant to be read literally because it is apocalyptic writing using images to convey meaning. By contrast, the Book of Acts is a record of history.

  • May 14, 2014 at 6:16pm

    @MA Prog
    Please show me a biological heart that can act like a brain. Even in biological systems ( and yes I have studied biology) the various components of an organism must be present in order for it to survive. Please explain to me how a man or dog or cat or bird or whatever other animal you wish to use can survive without a kidney. To say that natural selection is not random does not compute with what we know about nature. If you take a cheetah pride and put it at the north pole, natural selection doesn’t have time to work before the pride is dead. Even allowing that the biological conditions are not dependent on perfect statistics (which I still do not agree with, otherwise how would natural selection explain genetic defects which result in the death of an organism), the environmental aspects still require perfect odds. Please show me the life that has developed on Jupiter. Using the “theory” of evolution and natural selection, it has as good of an opportunity do spawn life as the earth does. But wait, the environmental conditions are not conducive to life…..The fallacy of all who hold human reason and knowledge as the highest source of understanding is that the finite cannot understand the infinite and seeks to make the finite into the infinite.

  • [3] May 14, 2014 at 4:54pm

    Katie, get my gun……

  • May 14, 2014 at 4:45pm

    J-Mo,
    Can you please show me how current “evolved” life forms came from earlier life forms given the millions upon millions of conditions which must be perfect (as explained by evolutionists) and if any one is not right the process will not work. Anyone with a basic understanding of statistics would see that this a bigger leap of faith than anything required in Christian belief.

  • May 14, 2014 at 2:22pm

    Please tell me that you are not that stupid…..Have you never gone back and added details to a story you have already told? You need to get out of your western, linear thought process when trying to understand a written work whose author doesn’t follow your thought process.

  • October 29, 2013 at 1:33pm

    To all of the Non-Oklahoma Posters…

    This is a case of the pot calling the kettle black. Dr. “No” sold all of us down the river during the last Obozocare debate. I wrote to him asking him to support Senators Cruz and Lee, but all I got back was “this isn’t going to work.” He didn’t have any better idea, but knew this wasn’t going to work. Ever since he announced he will not run again, he has had Cranial Rectal Inversion Syndorme and has been all over the place. Thus, I’m not suprised that he knew what Dirty Harry looked like.

  • May 15, 2013 at 1:31pm

    @ Encom

    You are correct that they do not qualify for 501-c3 status. That is why they applied for 501-c4 status, which the DO meet the criteria for. Next time, please try to make your lie not so simple to detect.

  • April 7, 2013 at 7:41pm

    New Reality in Your Own Mind,
    Thank you for proving Mark Twain correct. Next time, keep that void between your ears from letting you spew forth this verbal diarrhea and let people wonder if you are smarter that a turnip instead of saying this trash and proving that you are a mental midget. If you have proof that Pastor Warren stood by and did nothing to help his son, either post it now or recant your slander you Pharisee!!!!!! How dare you presume to sit as God in judgment and presume to see into another man’s soul to see if he is “worthy” of you!!!!! And before you get up on your high horse of “perfection”, make sure that you don’t have an y money changing tables in the temple for Jesus to throw out!!!!!

    The children of pastors are born into glass houses where “Christians” like you expect them to be perfect, a standard none but Christ Himself can meet this side of heaven. Judgmental people like you make it next to impossible for PKs to get the help they need. And yes, I do know that of which I speak you mental midget.

    I have been fighting depression for most of my adult life. A lot of the issues I deal with come from what I am sure Pastor Warren’s son experienced. I often wonder if this disease is what Holy Scripture referred to as demon possession. While I am not a Rick Warren fan, I do pray that our Risen Lord can give his family an extra measure of peace and hope in the resurrection at this time of grief.

  • April 2, 2013 at 10:49pm

    I would like to thank this worthless piece of sub-humanity for keeping me awake for a couple of more hours to get those horrible images out of my mind.

    Yes, God has forgiven him, but God has also given the State of Ohio the responsibility of enforcing the law and sending him on his way to meet his Maker. The fact that we are arguing this 15 years later is criminal.

    This being said, I do think that being put to sleep like a sick dog is too good for him. When I was a kid, I used to think that death row inmates were used to film the horrible death scenes in the movies I snuck downstairs to watch late at night. For some reason, I am wanting to watch a horror film again…..Freddie, where are you buddy?

  • April 1, 2013 at 1:33pm

    I would like a refund of my tax dollars that paid for this “funny” April Fools’ Joke. I didn’t laugh once and expect to be entertained by comedies. For that matter, I would like a refund of my tax dollars since I started paying taxes. I despise horror shows, and the goverment (both under Republican and Democrat Presidents & Congresses) is the worst run horror show I’ve ever seen. I refuse to pay for poorly constructed entertainment.

  • March 26, 2013 at 1:52pm

    What a great story!!!! This kind of customer service is really hard to find these days. I’ve been a big fan of Chilli’s for a while because of this kind of service. I was at a local Chilli’s where a similar thing happened. A mom was ordering with her 8 year old daughter when she started having seisures due to low blood sugar. Not only did the employees call 911, they called the girl’s aunt to come be with her, had a server stay with the daughter until the aunt showed up, and bought boxed up a meal for the daughter and aunt free of charge when they followed the ambulance to the hospital. Ever since I saw that, I’ve been going to that restraunt as often as possibe and gotten the same great service.

  • March 21, 2013 at 7:26pm

    Amen brother…..Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.

  • March 14, 2013 at 9:10pm

    Sen. Depends,
    I’ll tell you the same thing I tell contractors wen they use the “I’ve been doing it that way for 30 years.”— I can’t help that you have been doing it WRONG for 30 years, you MENTAL MIDGIT! Now shut your pie hole, listen, and maybe you’ll learn something.

  • March 11, 2013 at 10:45pm

    Lemonprude,
    Before you asked, he got those skills from his mom, not me.

  • March 11, 2013 at 10:44pm

    Lemonprude,
    Did you miss the preschool the day they taught how to play “nice”? My 4 year old has better manners than that.

  • March 11, 2013 at 10:09pm

    VMAN,
    Can I interest you in a slightly used bridge in New York City? They 0need the money to defend their little cola law that nobody said would ever happen. How about some nice beachfront property in Arizona? They need cash to finish a fence that the government said they would build.

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