User Profile: mbck1491


Member Since: December 11, 2011


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  • June 30, 2015 at 7:50pm

    Love Chick Fil A, but my nearest one is almost 45 min away from my home in Pennsylvania. They are definitely few and far between. I do a fair amount of traveling every summer through upstate New York and always have to stop at McDonald’s and grab a salad. That’s why McDonald’s is still in business, because they are off almost every exit in America, even out in the sticks. I think their is one Chick Fil A in all of New York State and that’s in NY City. Chick Fil A needs to step up their game.

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  • [2] June 29, 2015 at 5:18pm

    Thanks B.O. I’m going out this coming weekend and purchase myself another gun and stock up on more ammo. You’re the best firearms salesman this country has ever seen, keep up the good work.

  • [2] June 20, 2015 at 7:46pm

    Then why in my area at least do so many churches have their own security force with a very select one or two people carrying concealed in our sanctuary on Sunday morning? Our church’s pastor has had many phone calls to his house with the caller on the other end threatening to do some harm. Don’t you think that warrants guns is a church? Charleston, SC is a case in point.

  • June 4, 2015 at 11:16am

    That’s worked for me on occasion. Find someone doing 80-85 in a 55 on an open highway and follow about 200+ yards behind them. They are the first to hit the speed trap, then immediately slow it down to about sixty. That’s saved my butt once or twice. I used to drive 75 miles one way per day (150 miles daily) five to six days a week going back and forth to work for many years. It works especially good if I happen to be running late. I’ve been driving for 30 years and have had only two or three tickets, and I never ever had any points, so it seems to work.

  • [2] May 30, 2015 at 9:09pm

    After tweeting that recent floods in Texas and Oklahoma were related to climate change,

    A very long time ago when it rained for 40 days and 40 nights and the whole world flooded. So I guess they could have blamed that on global warming also? It’s Noah’s fault.

  • May 22, 2015 at 4:03am

    Just turn it into a gay bar with the same name. PETA goes away.

  • [1] May 18, 2015 at 6:21am

    Send them here. Good target practice for the hundreds of millions of gun owning Americans. Oh wait–Obama is already doing that.

  • [3] May 9, 2015 at 7:09pm

    Go away!!!! What is it with you people? It’s never you guys personally that’s making all the money, it’s always I know someone that knows someone’s great Uncle, If it was such a great deal why aren’t you doing it and making the money yourself? Take your scam and scram out of here. Nobody here cares. GO AWAY!!!! By the way I’m sure if you click on the link you’ll get a virus.

  • [3] May 9, 2015 at 6:12pm

    Isn’t that cute Jeb is trying to be something he’s not, and say stuff he doesn’t believe; just to pander to the masses. Jeb go back to Florida and while you’re at it just keep heading south.

  • [3] May 8, 2015 at 1:10pm

    Eight more weeks.

  • [1] May 7, 2015 at 11:38am

    The other day I was doing my once a year perusing of Google maps street view, and I came across some pictures of people enjoying a sunny afternoon two years prior at their local fishing park along side a pond. The picture was close enough and of good enough quality that I could make out the people themselves. I wonder if Rick Scott will go after Google?

  • [1] May 5, 2015 at 7:52pm

    Rand has my vote

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  • May 5, 2015 at 7:45pm

    We’ve been losing long before 2008, it’s just been on super fast track since 2008.

  • [1] April 30, 2015 at 3:09pm

    I used to use the big brown paper bags to cover my school text books. My Mom used to use them to put in our kitchen garbage can with the top edge folded down to keep it open as it sat in the garbage can. I don’t have a reuse for those stupid plastic bags, other than to store more plastic bags in them. I wish they would bring back those paper bags, they just make more sense to me.

  • [2] April 30, 2015 at 2:27pm

    Where do they come up with the numbers that woman are paid .78 cents to every dollar a man makes? Sounds to me like this is a faux war on woman just to stir the pot and get woman pissed off. To the simple minded woman it actually works (Meredith Vieira that was a dig meant for you). I helped get my wife through Nursing School all while raising twin toddlers at the same time. It took her seven years, but she received her BS RN from our local university five years ago. She is salaried making .26 cents more per hour than I do, but I am paid hourly and I take full advantage of it working my a** off at about 45-80+ hours per week, and I put in an honest hard working day (I’m NOT union working for a privately owned company). So yes on the surface my wife gets paid more, but at the end of the year I surpassed her income by $25 – $30,000 and I don’t have a college degree. Most woman aren’t going to do what I do. In fact the only woman that are in my workplace are in the office doing office stuff, and no they are not paid nearly what I get paid, but their job qualifications can’t dictate the kind of salary I get paid plus overtime. Like wise their is no men working in the office either. It seems to me that this “gender wage gap” that I keep hearing about is like comparing apples to oranges.

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  • [28] April 29, 2015 at 6:04am

    I like your version of the letter better. Mike Rossi needs to copy and paste this letter and send this as a redaction. Mike Rossi was too nice, but I guess he took the high road.

  • [1] April 27, 2015 at 1:11pm

    I just got that phone call the other day myself. They left a nice message for me on my home phone when I got home from work. The woman with a deep Indian accent or Middle Eastern accent (I’m not good at deciphering accents) started yelling at me over my answering machine and said, that the IRS is after me and their is a global notification out for my arrest. I need to call them back immediately and to have my attorney with me when I call. According to this freak I didn’t pay my IRS taxes and the police are on their way. She went on and on. So many things wrong with this. I just paid my taxes and I have proof of that. First she couldn’t even pronounce my first name correctly and never even attempted to say my last name. Then the deep heavy foreign accent was a pretty big tip off. Then the last thing she said was, have a good day. I immediately deleted the message and moved on with my day. Apparently this is an ongoing scam. I can see how some people would get sucked into it. I did and internet search on the phone number that called and read what some other people had to say. Some people got duped by the thousands anywhere from two to five thousand and where asking how they could get their money back. Sorry it’s gone and you’ll never see it again from that foreign land.

  • [15] April 17, 2015 at 6:53pm

    I saw that story of the ESPN reporter Britt going off on that tow company clerk and and she kept spouting off on how great and how she was so much more intelligent than the clerk as she had a college degree. I keep seeing time and time again that these college types know absolutely nothing, but yet they think they are so smart. I have a fourteen year old son who watches The Blaze and reads his Bible, and other books and he is a smart kid. At dinner some of the conversations him and I have are pretty amazing and some of the things he knows around the world just astonish me. He is always reading and learning, but yet the public school system puts him in special ed classes. Sad to say my fourteen year old is smarter than 90% of these college drones that get pumped into the world today. My son is a free thinker and that doesn’t fit into the public school agenda so he is classified as “stupid” which as his parents we know better.

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  • [8] April 15, 2015 at 1:17pm

    You look like a glass is half empty person. My wife also gave birth to twins about five weeks early, and like you it was a natural birth and she got the same two pills for her pain. Since they were preterm our kids did have some issues, but nothing that couldn’t be dealt with. In the end it all worked out and they are happy healthy twin teenagers now. lighten up not every situation is bad. As long as they got each other and a loving and supportive family they’ll be fine.

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  • [4] April 15, 2015 at 12:51pm

    For well over 15 years I’ve been claiming 9 exemptions even though we are a family of four. According to tax code the maximum I can exempt is 9 (if I’m not mistaken) without the IRS putting me into quarterly payments (which I don’t want). So in turn I get very little income tax taken out of my check, but the down side I have to pay many thousands of dollars come April 15th. I”m perfectly OK with that as it’s my money that I worked hard for. My thought was why should I give the the IRS my money to use for free just to give it back to me at the end of the year.I reversed that table and I get to use my own money interest free throughout the year. I tell other people about this and they look at me cross eyed and one of the questions out of their mouth is: Is that legal? Of course it is. I heard a rumor a couple of years ago that the IRS was trying to close that loophole, but I’m still able to do it, and nobody told me otherwise as of yet. The IRS still gets every penny that they want to rob from me.

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