User Profile: Marnin


Member Since: December 07, 2010


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  • [19] November 18, 2014 at 3:45pm

    2/3 of Americans are overweight and 1/3 are obese. I fall into that category myself. However instead of complaining about how people percieve you and searching for acceptance, I have decided to take responsibility and diet and exercise. Maybe she should put down the twinkies and camera and hit the salads and treadmill.

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  • [2] November 18, 2014 at 3:30pm

    What’s he going to review? How to better apologize in Arabic for all of the imperialistic slights America has made toward the “brown peoples of the world”?

  • November 18, 2014 at 12:42pm

    “playing by the rules” Of course he he is paying taxes and he is here illegally. Playing by the rules to be able to do that must include identity theft because even Obama has not yet issued SSN to illegals legally

  • November 17, 2014 at 4:04pm

    Go Gators! Billy Donovan is a great human being as well as being one of the best coaches in the game. I thought it was great he got some PT in the first game of the season and aside from the shooting, he played well in the other areas.

  • [1] November 17, 2014 at 3:55pm

    The sad thing is, that it has been framed in such a way that no matter what causes any sort of a shutdown the republicans get blame for it, Rush did a great commentary on that this morning. Even though a partial shutdown or even a whole shutdown is insignificant, but it is so hated even though it has happened 40+ times just since the 70s, that it is no-win for the republicans no matter what.

    Now Harry presents anything smaller govt or shutdown as Radical. How pathetic. and too many people actually believe the lies and bluster and choose to remain uninformed.

  • [1] November 17, 2014 at 3:29pm

    What is shocking about this? We have known this since almost immediately after the attack occurred. Well except for the truthers, maybe.

  • [3] November 16, 2014 at 8:49pm

    More of the liberal war on football maybe? Come at them with the name, complain about the inhumanity of it and the damage to players, now threaten with arrest and throw the law at them. I am sensing a pattern

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  • November 14, 2014 at 4:57pm

    A liberal like me? Maybe you should go look at my previous posts, or all of them there is nothing liberal about them. I simply don’t believe scaring the heck out of your kid for a laugh, especially at such a young age is particularly good parenting.

  • [69] November 14, 2014 at 4:54pm

    I have always found it confounding how they refuse to eat meat, complain about animal abuse and yet they are the biggest murderer of dogs and cats in the U.S. by killing several hundred thousand per year.

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  • [-1] November 13, 2014 at 3:33pm

    That’s it, scare the heck out of your kid. Very funny…

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  • [10] November 13, 2014 at 1:56pm

    If they didn’t fight for his freedoms, how did he get them? Does he think the ACLU petitioned the king on our grievances and the British courts ruled in their favor?

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  • [6] November 13, 2014 at 1:21pm

    There will always be people like this who pray on the good-hearted and will get away with it. Some will get caught and then they will just go at it again. It is a sad fact of life, and I refuse to give money to any street-beggars, however I prefer a world where people choose to give and help out of kindness than one where everyone turns cynical and chooses not to help their neighbors or others in distress. They simply need to be educated in better ways to help so they don’t get taken advantage of.

  • [5] November 13, 2014 at 1:13pm

    Football players know the risks going in and choose to participate despite them. Dogs aren’t given the same choice. There is no comparison. There is nothing wrong with a voluntary industry that is risky yet attempt to create safer conditions. Where does it end? Working on an oil rig is dangerous, do we condemn that industry (oh wait..), welding? mining? etc.

  • November 12, 2014 at 5:27pm

    Nothing like acting like a bunch of 99ers or union thugs. We should be classier than that. And contrary to what that crowd thinks, thanks to the laws the progressives have passed in allowing them to regulate, no, they don’t have to listen to the people.

  • [23] November 12, 2014 at 3:59pm

    I get it in the article, but other than she ran like the roadrunner, what was anomalous about her results? Were checkpoints skipped? How did they track runners? Not much information here to even make it newsworthy. We think she cheated so she cheated isn’t really much of a reason to strip her of a win.

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  • [26] November 11, 2014 at 4:45pm

    “Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) said the Democratic caucus “needs to take a hard look at the way we do things and make sure we are putting the policy issues first before politics.””

    Nothing like a good schellacking or two to make you see some reason. However Claire needs to be booted as well ASAP.

    And have to love the Politico 60 vote comment about overcoming the filibuster. 4 pinnochio’s? Did they forget harry Reid changed the senate rules to only require a simple majority? Do they assume that the republicans are going to give away their new-found power and suddenly set the rules back again?

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  • November 11, 2014 at 4:36pm

    He isn’t black and used the n-word. I believe that qualifies as racist no matter the context and Reverend Al will be there with a bullhorn and crowd of racist (err, sorry, non-white can’t be racist, we are the evil in the world)….reverse-racist blacks will be following along behind him looking for good looting spots.

  • [2] November 11, 2014 at 3:58pm

    I would happily trade Obama for the conservative Canadian PM

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  • [-1] November 11, 2014 at 3:56pm

    your arguments show the very entitlement mentality I stated and you absolutely fall into it “It’s not fair”. really? Since when was life fair? You talk about degrees in bio, chemistry, physics. There have virtually never been jobs for people with BS in these disciplines. These disciplines are for people how always planned to get Masters and typically PhD and go into research or teaching. They are theoretical science, not applied science, which means there is a very small market for them. Try something like Engineering, Computer Science, etc. a skill that actually has use. Those disciplines have about as much opportunity finding a job as many of the liberal arts disciplines you mentioned.

    Going in if you didn’t know or were advised otherwise you have one person to point the finger at in blame. Yourself.

    Do you realize how many families manage to survive on $14/hr? That is not a trivial amount of money. I’m sorry, I have little sympathy for you or your girlfriend with your overzealous expectations and entitlement of wakling out with a degree in biochem and assuming some drug company is going to hire you on the spot. Most companies could care less about GPA, and there is nothing applicable in any of your posts. So many more things I could comment on, but the point is made. Ridiculous expectations typically lead to disaster, and that is what you are flirting with.

  • November 11, 2014 at 3:46pm

    It’s cold problem solving skills. Find out what you are spending money on that you don’t have to. Have cable? Have internet? Have cell phone? me, I found a place to live that cost half of where I was living, it was a scummy place but after a couple of years I moved out and up. Eating out a lot? eat at home more cheaply. I am not your financial advisor, but this is what people are talking about millenials seem to have issues solving problems. the answers are quite simple, you just have to be willing to sacrifice until you can afford the things you want.

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