User Profile: Mastermagi

Mastermagi

Member Since: September 14, 2010

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  • May 29, 2013 at 8:46am

    This has been my opinion for months. Where was he? Probably doing drugs and being intimate with Reggie Love.

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  • May 7, 2013 at 8:16am

    I read a book a few months ago, can’t remember the name or author. The plot was very similar to what we know so far about this case: a college student abducted from campus, held in a garden shed, bore two children during the many years she was held captive. I don’t know if it was fiction or non-fiction, but it irritated the crap out of me.

    Why was I irritated? Because the door was locked with an electronic keypad. The girl tried various means of escape over the years, including punching random numbers into the keypad, but was never successful at it. It was only a 4 digit number, and not once in however many years did she think to start at the beginning – 0000, 0001, 0002, etc. She could have been out in a week, tops!

    What is the “electronic keypad” for these girls? How come it took 10 years for three girls? True, the kidnappers would have been very careful at first, but nobody can sustain that level of hypervigilance for longer than a few weeks. Clearly, the kidnappers should die, but why did it take 10 years?

  • June 14, 2012 at 10:29am

    I refuse to pay for the trash on HBO, so haven’t seen the show; however, I have read the books. In the book Eddard Stark was an honest and honorable man who was killed by evil persons. I’d say that just about sums up the liberals behind the show and the netowrk, eh?

  • June 6, 2012 at 9:14am

    Picture it: It’s the War of 1812. We are at war against the British again, just 29 years after the Treaty of Paris ended the Revolutionary War. By the time the song is written in September of 1814, we’re all but demoralized. The Brits have set our newly-erected White House on fire, and they’re moving up the coast.

    Fort McHenry is under attack. The soldiers are being bombarded. Wave after wave of artillery comes at them, but they keep fighting. Their comrades die in their arms, but they keep fighting. Everywhere there are wounded, but even the wounded keep fighting. Imagine the stench, the sights. For over 25 hours these men fight.

    Francis Scott Key, who had been detained on a British ship up the river, sees the flag and writes the poem “In Defense of Fort McHenry.” Having been a soldier during the Revolutionary War, he knew the fear the men at Fort McHenry felt. He knew intimately what kind of courage it required to persevere in the face of that fear.

    This country was founded in battle, by the courageous men and women of the 18th and 19th centuries. We need to be reminded on a regular basis that “Freedom Isn’t Free”, nor was it ever. The brave men and women of today are still paying the price, and individuals such as Bill Press don’t understand. They are cowards, themselves, and acts of bravery by others only serve to highlight that.

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  • May 22, 2012 at 8:58am

    No, Jennie, most real men eat what makes them happy. I doubt any man, in the privacy of his own home, eats meats so others will applaud. BTW: you can’t possibly think that men care about others’ opinions more than women.

  • May 22, 2012 at 8:55am

    You eat what you want, I’ll eat what I want.

  • May 22, 2012 at 8:53am

    Just another stupid, liberal study – but I’m being redundant.

    Just because a food seems more feminine, doesn’t mean women are more likely to prefer it. Perhaps the students decided salad was more feminine because it is lighter fare. It certainly doesn’t mean women would rather eat it. Likewise, meat is heavier and firmer – more masculine. Absolutely ridiculous!

    For the record, I agree salad is more feminine and meat is more masculine. As a woman, I will eat the salad because of the health benefits, but prefer the meat.

  • May 13, 2012 at 2:02pm

    Who wrote that he shouldn’t be allowed to do that to himself? He looks like an imbecile, but he is welcome to mutilate himself. Good luck trying to find a job (other that tattoo “artist”) though because, like him, the rest of us have the right to tell him to get lost.

  • May 13, 2012 at 1:56pm

    “And when he wears the iPod in public, he gets his fair share of stunned responses.”

    Really, With all the other crap he has on him, who actually can see the stupid IPod?

  • May 13, 2012 at 1:43pm

    Finally, some honesty from Newsweek. Obama is our first gay president, and this has been in the works for years.

    I firmly believe that Obama’s announcement and this article are clearing the way for his divorce and his declaration that he is actually gay. Half the world thinks Michelle is his beard, and I’ve been predicting they will divorce within 5 years after he leaves the White House (if he ever leaves the White House). It makes perfect sense.

  • May 8, 2012 at 11:44am

    This nasty, old hag thinks she’s clever by advocating they occupy private buildings to get back at the evil landlords. If I was that evil landlord I would burn the place to the ground before I let that vermin-infested lot take up residence. Then what would they occupy?

  • May 7, 2012 at 10:38am

    She wanted her co-workers to attend sensitivity training? How come she didn’t go to sensitivity training, so she could understand the way her co-workers feel? Her co-religionists kill and maim every day, and are not to be trusted.

    Islam is such a wonderful religion. I wonder, as a parent, how she views the knowledge that her prophet was a pedophile. How does she look at her children knowing that, in her newly chosen religion, her kids would be sexually abused – male or female. Or doesn’t she care, since raising kids in that religion is child abuse anyway?

  • May 4, 2012 at 8:22am

    Old Soldier, the parents complained, true, but that’s all they did. How come they didn’t teach their son to stay in class? How come they didn’t go to school and make sure the kid was in class? How come they wanted the school to monitor his behavior, but chose not to do it themselves?

    No. The parents are at fault for allowing this to escalate. I assure you that wouldn’t happen to my child.

  • May 4, 2012 at 8:19am

    Let’s see…the parents knew their son had issues at school, including cutting class. They complained that the school should have supervised their son better.

    Here’s an idea: why didn’t the parents teach the kid better, then sit next to the kid in class. His attendance would have been better, and his attitude would have been adjusted. In fact, if they were next to him he wouldn’t have been able to skip class for the branding.

    The branding was sick and twisted, and those who did it should be prosecuted and branded, themselves. However, I believe the parents are equally responsible. What to do about them?

  • May 4, 2012 at 8:06am

    @ sacwoodpusher

    You’re absolutely correct. There was an Amber alert issued recently in my area. According to the media (who knows if it’s true, since the media lies every day), the parents were notified that CPS was about to take their children, so the parents took the children and ran. Gasp! Two (married) parents caring enough for their children that they weren’t going to allow the State to steal them? Who wouldn’t have done the same?

  • May 2, 2012 at 3:59pm

    Does he preach that? I hadn’t heard that; however, I lost all respect for him a month or so ago when he made a left turn from a right lane, then stated he was only pulled over because he’s black. Oh, yeah: his windows were heavily tinted, so there was no way of knowing his race. That doesn’t sound like he was taking responsibility.

  • April 28, 2012 at 3:07pm

    Contact lenses. There is a clerk at my local McDonald’s who has two pair – one similar to this guy’s, one with tiger stripes. They really freak me out, to the point that it is difficult to look at him.

  • April 26, 2012 at 9:09am

    “There will always be those in our civil society who, for whatever reason, feel like something is being taken away from them when we give to others.”

    I feel, for some reason, that something is taken away from me when you give to others – money. When you forcibly take my money to give to someone else you are not a good person; you are a thief. Thieves are dishonest, are dishonorable.

    “But what is the social compact that we have, one with the other?”

    I abide by the social compact which states we jail the thieves, or otherwise remove them from society.

  • April 24, 2012 at 8:25am

    He gave this speech to a university audience? Well, if that university was in the United States, that explains the standing ovation: education is so dumbed-down, I’d wager one in ten didn’t know what perestroika was.

  • April 18, 2012 at 8:54am

    I haven’t read all the other posts yet, so forgive me if I repeat what someone else has written.

    “The saying, ‘walk in another man’s moccasins’? Don’t judge. Unless you’ve been there, don’t judge,” she says. “This is no life. For anyone.”

    Does this imbecile realize that she is judging her children’s lives?

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