User Profile: Matrix22


Member Since: January 10, 2011


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  • [35] April 17, 2015 at 1:14pm

    To protect the 1st one.

  • [2] April 17, 2015 at 3:50am

    It will be interesting to see what happens. I wonder if him just saying he will do that is enough to cause trouble, or does he actually have to reject someone first before it becomes an issue.

  • [1] April 16, 2015 at 12:29pm

    no no…she just “misspoke”

  • April 16, 2015 at 12:26pm

    The absolute best argument that there is no pay gap…If there were a pay gap, and I own a business, I would hire ONLY WOMEN because apparently I can get the same work for less money!

  • [309] April 14, 2015 at 5:43pm

    Unless you were raped, if you’re pregnant, you made your choice.

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  • [9] April 4, 2015 at 2:54am

    I think the scariest part of this email is the fact that he had to wait hours to see a doctor about a cold…in a clinic! This wasn’t an ER, this was a simple clinic. This is what happens when everyone has “free” healthcare and they go to the doctor for every little thing. Even though copays can be annoying and costly, they do serve a purpose in that they make you think twice about going. You have to determine, yes, this is important and worth it, or no, it’s just a stupid cold and the doctor won’t do anything about it anyway.

  • [59] April 2, 2015 at 4:04am

    Don’t be silly, Obama only trades terrorists for traitors, not heroes.

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  • [2] March 26, 2015 at 6:44am

    I’m gonna have to agree with 000 on this one. Even if they took a bird in the windshield, that wouldn’t create the scene like they are now describing. There is almost no chance at all that the plane wasn’t on autopilot, so even if they took a bird, there’s no reason for it to start descending, and certainly not a controlled descent. Secondly, why the situation with the pilot being locked out? Unless it was just an absolute 1/1000000 chance that the one pilot happened to step out and exactly the time the bird struck, and that happened to incapacitated the pilot, and for some reason the other pilot couldn’t get back in. There have been a couple incidences in the past were planes lost pressure for some reason, and everyone went hypoxic and passed out. The autopilot just kept them flying straight and level until the plane finally ran out of gas, then it crashed, but it definitely wasn’t a controlled descent crash.

  • [12] March 25, 2015 at 10:45pm

    I can’t agree with you on that one Monk. I’m a military C-130 pilot, and I can tell you that yes, bird strikes are dangerous and potentially fatal, but the chance that a bird could take down a high-flying aircraft like this is basically impossible. First off, very very few birds fly above a few thousand feet. In all my time flying, I’ve never seen one, but I do know they exist. Second, even if it did take out an engine, it would have to take out both engines for it to crash, and then it wouldn’t be a controlled descent, it would be a crash. Finally, the fact that there was no distress call is extremely telling. We are taught to “Aviate, Navigate, Communicate”, but you can’t tell me that in 10 minutes of flying no one bothered to make a distress call – it takes literally 10 seconds. After reading this article, the only 2 conclusions that make any sense are that the one pilot left and the other became incapacitated somehow, or it was intentional and the copilot drove the plane into the mountain on purpose.

  • [8] March 2, 2015 at 8:24am

    I love how this guy complains about racists companies by touting his “All African-American” company. Hypocrite much?

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  • [11] February 2, 2015 at 3:45pm

    I’m pretty sure that’s the point. I’m willing to bet that the guy filing the complaint would happily agree that it’s ridiculous, but until everyone under the law is treated equally, then he’s going to pursue it just to prove how stupid the law is.

  • [13] February 2, 2015 at 3:42pm

    Tmarends, I don’t care if the guy made it up out of thin air, it’s what he believes and there’s no reason the baker has any right to deny it! Now, if you would allow that same ability for everyone (you know, that whole, “we retain the right to refuse business…), then I would happily throw this lawsuit out the window where it belongs. But until there’s actual equality, then this baker should lose everything just like the Christian bakers have.

  • [9] January 29, 2015 at 5:59pm

    This should be the one and only job of our congress for the next 2 years. Keep submitting bill after bill of highly supported legislation from both sides of the isle that the President vetoes. Nothing will take down him and his cronies faster.

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  • [23] January 22, 2015 at 2:03pm

    Nothing like a little schadenfreude to get your morning going right!

  • [4] January 22, 2015 at 1:10am

    Oh crap! He said it’s a “Top Priority!” Sorry lady, that pretty much means he won’t do a thing about it.

  • [3] January 20, 2015 at 5:00am

    Why is it if someone prepares for worst case scenarios at home, they are a “prepper” and are mocked, but if a nutty liberal wants to destroy our economy by enforcing insane restrictions on business in order to prevent an environmental…wait for it…worst case scenario, they are suddenly brilliant. The best part is that liberals don’t actually believe anything they preach because they don’t live as if it will actually happen (i.e. Gore, the NYT is still in Manhattan, NASA is still in Ft. Lauderdale, etc.)

  • [9] January 14, 2015 at 1:45am

    I may not listen to her music much, but my daughters LOVE her. She seems like one of the good ones…but she desperately needs to ditch that crazy psycho Lena Dunam as a BFF…I mean, for realz.

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  • [2] January 10, 2015 at 6:59am

    Does this include military bases?

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  • December 31, 2014 at 3:16pm

    Are you freakin’ serious! LOL! You decided to ignore everything I said except the fact that I didn’t check the weather! Yup, you’re right. I trusted what I heard originally…guilty as charged. But guess what genius…that still doesn’t change the fact that flying through a storm will NOT normally cause a plane to crash, nor does it change the fact that the pilot still chose to fly through it instead of diverting! Let me quote someone you might recognize:
    “Bad weather probably was a causal and or contributing factor in the crash. But there’s a good chance that mechanical and/or pilot error were contributing factors. There still is a remote possibility that the crash might be terrorism related.”
    So what exactly did I say that was different than what YOU said! Let me give you a hint. IF you are a pilot, and you’re in a room with other pilots and you’re wondering who the “tool” in the room is, it’s you. In this thread alone you’ve talked about “Coffin Corners” and “Super Sprites!” LOL! Well Maverick, you’ve successfully used some pilot jargon that has absolutely no chance of being a factor in this. They’re not flying a U2 at 70,000 feet! They’re an airliner with a 39,000 service ceiling! Sprites normally occur in clusters within the altitude range of 50-90 km! Yeah, going up to FL 370 is sure dangerous! You sound like a reject fighter pilot that can’t get over his glory years…or the guy who reads way too many flying mags and thinks he knows everything about flying.

  • [2] December 31, 2014 at 2:33pm


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