User Profile: mmcdonald628

mmcdonald628

Member Since: August 15, 2011

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  • March 26, 2014 at 5:11pm

    Calm down people, it’s a frickin number line! Furthermore, this problem is extremely easy. Subtract from the hundreds place, then the tens, then the ones, seems to be the idea behind using a number line to teach children a method of approaching subtraction. I remember doing something similar to this as a child to understand the basics.

    I’m assuming all the hand-written numbers are from the frustrated parent. If so, he has no clue what the hell s/he is doing. The small dashes are clearly meant to represent the ones column, not the tens. Jack forgot to subtract the tens column, hence the reason his answer is off by ten.

    Stop freaking out about this people. Just because you don’t understand something, doesn’t mean a 1st grader can’t understand it.

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  • July 27, 2013 at 4:56pm

    Also, the story about the solider seeing Washington is not true.

  • July 27, 2013 at 2:02am

    Uh…i live in Memphis, the city where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. He was staying at the Lorraine Motel, not the Holiday Inn. Whatever that letter is, it is not the last letter he wrote on the motel’s stationary.

  • April 24, 2013 at 7:23pm

    Don’t worry, Beck has more revealing information….which for some reason he isn’t sharing.

    Seriously people, those of you who completely buy into what Mr. Beck is saying, are you not curious – or maybe even a little frustrated – that he is not releasing all his information? Why is he waiting? Beck is implicating the US government of covering up for a terrorist who may be involved in the bombing of Americans. I think we deserve to know all the information he has, instead of him waiting to use it in some sort of ******* contest with the rest of the media.

  • April 24, 2013 at 6:51pm

    Oh ArmedPatriot, I’m sorry…you’re just a loser conspiracy nutcase.

    Glad to see the Blaze is drawing in the likes of you people.

  • April 24, 2013 at 5:30pm

    “How about the simple fact that the FBI answers directly to Obama??? Anything he wants them to do, they must execute.”

    So then, Obama is out to kill Americans? I mean damn, you’d think he’d blow up Americans in some red state like Texas…but Boston, MA??

  • April 24, 2013 at 5:27pm

    In case anyone is curious…
    “Two investigators questioned me about what I saw and where I was and other information that may be of use,” Al-Harbi said. “Then they asked for my permission to search my apartment and I agreed.” Al-Harbi said that the erroneous media reports made him decide to change his apartment because they included his address and even photographs of his place “which is a violation of privacy.” Al-Harbi’s father said his son was just one of more than a hundred people of various nationalities questioned by investigators looking into the blasts that killed three people and injured 175 others.”

    http://www.arabnews.com/news/448780

    But I guess that’s not credible because:
    1) Arab news!!! Must be run by radical Islamofascists!
    2) It’s just part of the conspiracy by the FBI, Homeland Security, and Obama to, uh, allow a terrorist responsible for blowing up 100+ Americans to roam free…………..

    Also, anyone else curious why no one else is talking about this? I mean, if the information really would destroy the Republic, you’d think there’d be some ambitious journalist who’d want to break this huge conspiracy.

    And why is this information being given to us piecemeal? This is going to destroy the Republic in Mr. Beck’s words. Why on earth do we have to “tune in tomorrow for more reveals?” If it’s that crucial, shouldn’t we get all the info, like now?!

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  • April 22, 2013 at 4:56pm

    This is the dumbest thing I’ve read in a long time.

  • April 22, 2013 at 11:04am

    Beck is such a showman…tune in Monday to hear the BIG REVEAL THAT WILL CHANGE EVERYTHING! I mean, how many times have we heard this from him?

  • April 22, 2013 at 10:56am

    This is what had to wait until Monday to be revealed…that there’s a lot of stuff we don’t know which may or may not be true.
    Quite the showman you’ve become Mr. Beck. Get back to me when you actually have something.

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  • February 24, 2013 at 7:51pm

    Ironic thought: the majority of stories I see about intrusive government seem to involve state and local governments…yet Beck, Limbaugh etc. continue to tell us how much better life would be if government were more localized!

  • February 24, 2013 at 7:42pm

    Will Juan Williams ever shut up about getting fired? Surprise surprise, saying people of a different faith scare you on national radio may piss a lot of people of…and in turn get you fired (but not before getting stabbed and shot!).

  • February 24, 2013 at 7:35pm

    Nate Silver is not the best…that honor goes to Dick Morris, because whatever he predicts, it’s an absolute guarnetee the opposite will come true.

  • February 24, 2013 at 7:29pm

    @americanjay

    “You are a conversation, a form of it. We are, too, focus on tens of million lives in the violent cities. Maybe we let a Progressive finish us off. Did you want that, huh? Think before you write.”

    I’d take your own advice and think before you write, because I have no idea what you’re trying to say. I do not want a Progressive to finish us off…whatever that means.

    “Any libertarians that joined OWS is my enemy because they allied their selves with the left. Yes. They are acting like Nazis and fascists in terns of saying we are not worthy to be libertarians.”

    Funny how conservatives are obsessed about the definition of marriage, but when it comes to political ideology, anything goes. It’s not that conservatives aren’t “worthy” of being libertarians….it’s that they’re not libertarians by definition.

    “guess who was an ally of OWS too. Anarchists Libertarian Liberals”

    What the hell is an anarchist libertarian liberal? Any chance you can show me an article or YouTube video with these guys at the OWS rallies?

    And speaking of OWS, what happened to them? Didn’t Beck tell us a while ago that there was going to be an American Spring or something, with a massive push by the left to take control? And I’m still waiting for my hyper-inflation Mr. Beck. I specifically remember Beck saying when he was still on FOX that if inflation wasn’t booming in a year, “stop listening to me.” That was 2010.

    “Thank you for making Beck’s poi

  • February 24, 2013 at 4:18pm

    Beck really just doesnt get it…libertarians despise people like him and other conservatives because they use the language of liberty while acting like kooks. Obama is going to take all of your guns…the next logical progressive to run for office is akin to Mao – a mass murderer…we have 18 months to end the party system…too much beer and fireworks on the fourth of July…this is the first time Rush is ashamed of his country…etc. etc.

    Meanwhile, libertarians want to focus on the millions of people being imprisoned for non-violent crimes, bombs being dropped on people all over the world, and a banking system that works against the poorest Americans. But no, libertarians shouldn’t care about that; they need to spend their entire time attacking Obama for raising taxes slightly and implementing a health care law nearly identical to the one the 2012 Republican nominee implemented in his home state.

    And just a reminder about the “Nazi” Occupy wall street libertarians: I believe they were the ones holding up signs that said “End the Fed” and “End the Wars.” Gosh what a bunch of fascists. Good thing they dont like Newt Gingrich or Bevk would be calling them racist too!

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  • September 17, 2012 at 6:08pm

    I see the judgmental, heartless crazy-cons are at it again…

    “was she selfish, she took the life of her baby with her. IIIIIIIIII MEMEMEMEMEME!!!!!!!!!!! I”M soooooo bored. Famous last words. Young and dumb, very sad for all who loved her.”

    “Tragic, selfish, stupid and sad………..”

    “One less stupid person in the world! I feel sorry for the baby!”

    “You have to realize that she is probably one of Libs that does‘nt believe the child is a child until it takes its first breath on it’s own.
    I‘m also betting that being a lib she doesn’t believe in God but here last words were to Him.”

    etc. etc. etc.

  • August 9, 2012 at 12:54pm

    A political ad showing a black man beating innocent white women. Now that WOULD be racist, but Allen West is a Republican, so don’t expect Al Sharpton, Morgan Freeman, and James Earl Jones to make any mention of it.

    A black man is accused of sexual harassment by a couple of white women with a history of making these accusations. That too would’ve been racist, but Herman Cain is a Republican, so the media says ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

    A large group of Americans, who tend dress up in colonial attire, protest a black President’s economic policies…now THAT’S RACIST!

  • August 3, 2012 at 5:05pm

    I don’t voluntarily give the owners of chick fil a my money, I’m going to be forced to by the government!

  • August 3, 2012 at 5:01pm

    @Tigress
    First off, greetings fellow Memphian! I’ve never met a Blaze visitor in Memphis, unfortunately.

    I look at boycotts similar to you – a waste of time and energy. Besides, we actually boycott millions of products and services everyday! Every time you go into a gas station and don’t buy a pack of cigarettes, you’re boycotting that product for whatever reason – you think it’s unhealthy, it smells bad, or it’s simply not appealing.

    The problem is POLITICAL boycotts – that is, refusing to buy a product because the owner of that product supports controversial political issues. People think “if I buy x from company y, my money is going to support political position z.” but that’s not necessarily true; it’s just one way of looking at how your money is going to be spent.

    I spent about $6 on chick fil a Wednesday. Now, I can assume several things about how my money is spent. I can assume all of my $6 went to support organizations that support traditional marriage, I can assume part of my $6 went to those organizations, or I can assume none of it went there. Why should I think my $6 is supporting anti-gay groups, when it could be an employee’s wage?

    Suppose we all got on board with boycotting chick fil a, BUT, the owner never compromises his beliefs. What would happen to him? Well, he’d be dirt poor because no one would buy from him, and he’d instead have to live off welfare, Medicare, andother social welfare programs. So it looks to me like if

  • July 31, 2012 at 2:32pm

    @chalkdust, superman, etc.

    Your condescending remarks aside, I am not wrong about this. 4 stars go in a straight line. They would’ve had to rearrange them to add the fifth one. Furthermore, because I actually did 5 minutes of research, I know what that the four star helmet was given away after Eisenhower received his 5th star.

    http://www.paulfrasercollectibles.com/News/MEDALS-%26-MILITARIA/2010-News-Archive/General-Eisenhower's-helmet-heads-militaria-auction/3198.page

    So unless Glenn bought this helmet, made it look newer, added a star and rearranged them, and the only person to see a star of David during this whole process was the prop guy, then I suppose Glenn was completely accurate.

    I never said Patti Davis did not do drugs; but she was clean by 1991. She claims to have been a drug addict in her teens through her late twenties. She was in her late thirties in 1991. I see no evidence that she sold that letter for drugs. This is not meant to excuse her behavior; why did Glenn need to say that part about drugs?

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