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mastice

Member Since: November 12, 2010

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  • [6] October 29, 2014 at 6:43pm

    Dear Mr. President;

    Shut up. No one cares what you have to say anymore. January 2017 can’t come soon enough.

    Sincerely,
    Most of America

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  • [6] October 29, 2014 at 4:42pm

    Hillary’s book bombed. Now Cuomo. Both got large advances prior to the books release and both will most likely be money losing deals for the publishers. When will the book publishers learn to stay away from these folks?

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  • [33] October 29, 2014 at 11:33am

    “I don’t plan on sticking to the guidelines,” Hickox said on “Today.” ”I remain appalled by these home quarantine policies that have been forced upon me even though I am in perfectly good health.”
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    But she doesn’t KNOW that, that is the point. I’m not sorry to say that if you voluntarily put yourself at risk by going to these countries where a dangerous infectious disease is running around, if you voluntarily expose yourself to the risk of getting infected… then you should ‘voluntarily’ give up the 21 days needed to be sure that you are not infected. That’s what any RESPONSIBLE citizen would do to protect their fellow countrymen/women.

    She is nothing more than a selfish [w]itch and if anyone gets sick from her she should be charged with, at the very least, endangering the public.

  • [6] October 29, 2014 at 10:22am

    I’m inclined to agree with you. I do, but don’t, feel sorry for these folks. On one hand it’s got to be horrible watching your home get destroyed. But on the other, they knew the risks and choose to live there.

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  • [26] October 28, 2014 at 11:35pm

    Wait a minute; the attorney representing the school district argues that since the abuse didn’t occur on school property then the school is not liable. What about all the schools across the country that overstep their bounds and punish kids for what they do outside of school time and property? I’m not talking about the football player who signs a sobriety contract that gets caught with booze and suspended from the team.

    I’m talking about the kids who were disciplined for playing with toy guns in their own yard while waiting for the bus one day. Or the kids that got caught fighting on a Saturday night and suspended from school Monday morning. That sort of thing.

    If schools want to act like parents and police kids when kids are not in school, then the school district should be held responsible for what their staff is doing outside of the classroom. The door swings both ways folks.

    Besides, that argument won’t fly anyways. This teacher used school property to prey on his victims. He used school property to communicate meeting times with these girls. Not to forget also that the school looked the other way and didn’t take action the moment the first complaint was filed.

    They are just as liable for the abuse in my opinion. Sue the hell out of them.

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  • [1] October 27, 2014 at 2:32pm

    Must be global warming (sarcasm). That or someone really ticked off the man upstairs and he unleashed his anger on that one area. ;)

  • October 24, 2014 at 12:01am

    I guess I must have slept through the part during zombie 101 where zombies can climb walls to the point where rooftop barbed wire would be needed.

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  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 11:25pm

    Let’s hope your wife doesn’t see this mopman… or you might have to get used to the couch for a bit. ;)

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 2:22pm

    Then I would check your iPhone. Seriously, I’ve used Firefox, Chrome, and IE with this site and I get nothing. Most likely it’s some form of adware on your device.

  • [2] October 23, 2014 at 2:16pm

    Reminds me of that movie Minority Report where Tom Cruise walks around and ads play tailored to him as he walks by a billboard. Told my wife years ago that will come sooner or later and she didn’t believe me. At least they make these so you have to opt in… but I can see the day when there will no longer be a choice. 24/7 bombardment of advertisements the moment you step out your door.

  • October 23, 2014 at 2:13pm

    I would seriously check your computer, and your browser add-ons if you have any, for malware or spyware if you are getting redirects from TheBlaze like that. If you use Firefox or Chrome I recommend getting an ad blocking plugin also. They won’t cut out all the ads but will knock it down a bit. But seriously, I have yet to get a redirect when clicking on TheBlaze, and I’ve been coming here almost daily since almost the day it was launched, so it’s most likely your computer.

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  • [5] October 22, 2014 at 10:35pm

    I understand the argument that you are trying to make tbconrad but what you are saying isn’t how it was supposed to be. A person is innocent until proven guilty, or at least they are supposed to be. If the state takes your property before you have been convicted of a crime, civil OR criminal, then it’s called stealing. Period. There is no gray area on that. It’s not open for debate even though it happens today because law enforcement has figured out how to bend the law.

    As for the last part? If you aren’t guilty then you shouldn’t be worried? I guess an innocent person has never… never …been wrongfully convicted right? An innocent person has never, not even once, been given a faulty trial or faced a judge who had a conflict of interest in the trial, right? (all rhetorical questions)

    Simple fact of the matter is; it’s wrong. It’s not the way America was meant to be. Law enforcement stealing private property on the assumption that you have broken the law. That’s un-American.

  • [36] October 22, 2014 at 9:42pm

    That’s exactly what I thought too Fatheroftwo. I don’t have a problem if they seize money from a drug dealer who is convicted in a court of law by a jury of his/her peers. But to take the money without a conviction is stealing someone’s personal property as far as I am concerned.

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  • [6] October 22, 2014 at 6:16pm

    Look I think it’s neat that people take the time to examine, or re-examine, nature so that we can add to the collective knowledge of humankind. But seriously. The sounds that squirrels make, and what they mean, are pretty common knowledge in many places around the country. What a waste of time and money if you ask me. It’s his time, he can waste it as he sees fit, but I question where the money came from.

  • October 21, 2014 at 11:27am

    I’m conflicted over this one to be honest. I support our veterans 100%. I would also like to see this man keep his home and his service animal. I’m also an animal person myself. We have 2 cats and 2 dogs around our home. But we own our home.

    Did the man sign a lease? Was the pet policy spelled out prior to him moving in? The article doesn’t say. If it was in his lease agreement that no pets were allowed then, I’m sorry, the landlord is correct on this. It stinks and I think the landlord should make an exception on this one… but it’s his choice.

    Now, if the man didn’t sign a lease and the pet policy was not put in writing prior to him moving in? That’s a whole other story and I would say the man has a strong case to win.

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  • [13] October 21, 2014 at 10:28am

    @Nilsson
    No one has to “listen to Jews” to find out what to think about Muslims. All one has to do is open a history book, flip on the nightly news, go on social media to read their own words, or do your own research online and we see what Muslims are doing on a daily basis in the name of their religion. (oppressing women, cutting the heads off of “infidels”, blowing themselves up in crowded markets, flying planes into buildings killing thousands, issuing holy orders supporting child rape, etc, etc, etc) So no, you anti semitic, we don’t have to “listen to Jews” to find out what Islam is all about.

  • [2] October 20, 2014 at 6:15pm

    Pointless murder? It wasn’t pointless. He didn’t take it solely on the grounds of a trophy. He was hunting for meat to feed people. It just happens that he took a prize along with the feast. That is what I would call a double bonus. Just because he is keeping the hide to mount doesn’t mean the meat wasn’t used. (besides, where do you think the hide ends up when it isn’t mounted? oftentimes it ends up in the trash)

    Now; whether or not you eat meat is completely up to you, I don’t know if you do or not. But without sustained, and responsible, hunting to thin the herd of wild beasts we have the problem of overpopulation which leads to real human problems like car crashes, disease, destruction of crops, etc, etc. So in short, there is nothing wrong with hunting as long as it is managed responsibly through hunting seasons and bag limits.

  • October 20, 2014 at 6:10pm

    Should have, could have. There is no concrete evidence to suggest that the deer would make it another year. However there IS evidence that shows statistically albinos do not survive as long as their normal colored kin. So either way you look at it, your point is moot.

  • [8] October 20, 2014 at 4:34pm

    Who care’s what, if any, public outcry might be over shooting a rare albino deer. Albino’s don’t survive for long in the wild anyways as their white fur makes them easy prey. This was a once in a lifetime harvest for this young man, let him enjoy it! Let him have his trophy I say.

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  • [5] October 8, 2014 at 3:07pm

    Ha.ha.har.har…. you very funny … or so you think. Now go away.

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