I was just about to post something to the effect that it was mistyped as “Deep”.
There's alot of give and take; catching and pitching in Sulu's relationships so he understands compromise.
I thought the same thing.
@matt_c ---- I had to pick myself up off the floor.
 July 3, 2015 at 5:38pm
Well he’s the one who put himself behind the 8-ball, so he has to deal with that. It’s not the fault of the prospective employer, nor is it his obligation to offer any particular individual a job. If he has a felon and a non-felon to choose from, all else being equal, he’d be foolish not to choose the person with no record. Perhaps the guy who followed the straight and narrow should be turned down so that “society” can be seen as forgiving? That doesn’t seem right to me. The employer and the felon don’t live in a bubble you know, nor is the employer burdened with representing “society.”
 July 3, 2015 at 5:33pm
Damn her and her microaggression!
 July 3, 2015 at 5:30pm
I’m glad I never got into drinking, cigarettes, or drugs. It sure seems like a whole lot of trouble, and for what?
July 3, 2015 at 5:27pm
How long until there is a fuel tax, a mileage tax, and toll roads everywhere? Not to mention license fees, plate fees, registration fees, inspection fees, property taxes, tire disposal fees, sales tax on the car purchase, sales tax on parts and accessories, etc.
 July 3, 2015 at 5:21pm
The reason they’re attacking Trump so aggressively is that he was absolutely right and his comments hit way too close to home.
 July 3, 2015 at 4:41pm
It’s his car so it’s none of my business what he does to it, but I can’t possibly think of a more pointless gesture.
 July 3, 2015 at 4:08pm
I’m always concerned for the safety of myself and my family. I keep my head on a swivel, and I don’t panic and draw undue attention to myself. I certainly don’t call the cops every time I see someone with a gun on their hip. If anything would lead to endangerment it is that sort of irrational behavior.
 July 3, 2015 at 9:31am
Try following the convenient link and reading the story. The elder Cruz admits that he and many others were fooled by Castro with his hope and change ideas.
 July 3, 2015 at 8:32am
Boy George, is a bigoted relic of days gone by. He’s both a racial bigot and a political bigot. He hates and fears that which looks and thinks differently from himself and thus lashes out with venom and vitriol. He’d make a perfect villain in an X-Men movie. Maybe he should get in on that while he still has time left.
July 3, 2015 at 8:11am
This whole thing seems to me like a big failure to communicate. Talking to the parents alone at first and then later with the child present would have made a big difference. Either the parents and child could have been made comfortable with the techniques used, other methods could have been arranged, or they could have left entirely before any scene occurred and sought out another dentist.
Matt...exactly. The parents have to be comfortable enough with the dentist and trust the dentist prior to the day of the operative appointment with their child. That means talking with the dentist well before the appointment, assessing the dentist's personality and discussing various treatment situations and methods of treatment. Nothing is more unnerving for a parent than to hear them screaming out of sight with someone they are not comfortable with.
July 3, 2015 at 7:57am
If what you say is true, then instead of complaining about the article, why not take a stand with us against the IRS for targeting ANYONE?
 July 2, 2015 at 11:22pm
There’s no way that price isn’t simply punitive. They’re saying, “You dare to question us? Fine, Mrs. Bee Itch, go right ahead… if you can afford it.”
But yeah this is the sort of thing you get from The State when you turn your tax dollars and responsibilities over to them and then don’t happily tow the line. There’s probably some sort of kickback for them sending him to that specific program.
Either that or it is the lowest bid winner in a contract. I’ve seen first hand that when The State is involved with special needs people they tend to get shoved into rundown facilities that wouldn’t be fit to train a flea circus, and are being taught by people who are barely an IQ level above those that they teach. I know that sounds awful, but it often seems to be the case.
 July 2, 2015 at 5:21pm
To use typical liberal rhetoric, if we could save just one innocent American’s life by protecting our border then isn’t it worth it? I’d love to hear one of them respond to that.
The Obama DOJ would rather prosecute Brewer and Sheriff Joe . Remember : Obama has fundamentally transformed ( wink, wink ) America . Without even firing a shot . Saul Alinsky taught them well. Lucifer, his favorite First Real Radical , also had a hand in this !
No. That only applies to disarming you.
July 2, 2015 at 5:12pm
So what you’re saying is that once someone is a victim of something then they no longer have value as a human being. They no longer have dignity and apparently can never regain it. I guess Justice Thomas and myself simply think more highly of human beings than you and George Takei do. It’s sad that you feel that way. I hope you and Takei can come to have a different view of humanity than you do now.
 July 2, 2015 at 3:41pm
It’s very obvious what Thomas meant to anyone with any semblance of common sense. He basically said that no one can ever take away another person’s humanity. No matter how badly someone mistreats you and degrades you, you are still a human being with the exact same rights and incalculable value as any other. A man who’s been a slave is still a man who deserves respect and love. A woman who has been raped is not somehow tainted or ruined as some cultures may see her. I think that’s a damned positive message, and one that everyone should appreciate regardless of politics.
There’s a lot I’d like to say about Takei right now, but I think his own words paint a better picture of who he really is than anything I could say.
Okay, Matt -- when someone degrades you or mistreats you, they are attacking your dignity. I would say that the famous arse pincher of the 80s should quiet down about treating people with respect and being humane. Get schooled about good ole Clarence before you attempt to defend him. If Thomas didn't think dignity could be "taken"...he shouldn't have tried so hard to take it from others.
 July 2, 2015 at 3:21pm
If anyone didn’t see it before, they see now why Chick-Fil-A scored #1 with customers. It’s the people that work there. From the management on down it’s a top notch organization that all the others need to learn from. Notice that these brave and generous young men still have their jobs? That should tell you something right there.
Yeah, I wonder why so many people were surprised last summer when the gays tried to boycott Chick-fil-A restaurants waving signs out in front of them - and the CFA managers would bring them lemonade, tea, and water to drink (free of charge). CFA holds all of its customers and employees in the highest regard - without the bigotted labels and dividers everyone falsely ascribes to the Truett family.
chick fil a has morals – so then applicants with morels are attracted to work there – so society with morels are attracted to eat there – see in the long run morality wins and protestors loose.
chick fil a is a great micro-morality example for the rest of our country – if chick fil a can do we will be fine in the long run at the macro-morality level – as the majority of society are moral.
July 2, 2015 at 10:35am
So now what actually happened? Was this a prank? Did someone just hear a loud noise and panic? Was this a ruse by terrorists to test the response or perhaps soften up their actual target?
democrats never know where they'll be when they run outta
Hopey Changey. This isn't the America I grew up in,
thanks democrats, obviously your misery loves company.
Low budget terrorists will be making prank shooting and bomb threat calls with burn phones (or phones stolen) to run the police around like chickens with their heads cut off... and before long they will be spread so thin they will not respond to actual calls, opting to stay at the gates of elitist gated communities and we will be on our own... thanks democrats for the bloated unsupervised (supervised by idiots) government.
matt: Let me cut to the quick beyond the official self congratulatory dog and pony show. No shots. No shooter. What's next? More calls for gun control? I am not one bit amused with the overt incompetence of our so-called security. One fool in the system hears a shoe drop and pushes the panic button.
Shut down the Roads! Dress up like Army guys and parade around with automatic rifles. Then when it's obvious even to a blind Liberal that nothing happened, express how great this "drill" went and how we should all be grateful for such a professional response. Yeah, right. We should all be grateful!
 July 2, 2015 at 7:49am
Hmmm. Since marriage is a “right” does that mean I can pick myself a wife caveman style? After all if she says no then she’s violating my right to marry!