I would call that a softball question but it wasn’t even that tough. I’m going to go with wiffleball question.
[-7] August 24, 2015 at 12:34pm
Do you have a Will finished stating where all of this stuff goes when you die? You know, when nothing bad ever happens to warrant all that stuff and your stuck with it for the rest of your life, your going to want to make sure people know where it goes when you die.
Preparedness does not require that bad things happen in order that items be of use. Financial and estate preparedness are an integral part of being prepared, silly grasshopper.
Do you have car insurance, life insurance, health insurance, home insurance. But not survival insurance? Whose the fool!
Keeping a stock of emergency food isn't about the Apocalypse.
It's about having what YOU need Before the next, Tornado, Record Snowfall, Flood, Riot, Forest Fire, Block Fire, Terrorist Attack or any number of things that parade across the News.
It's for being ready when IT happens to YOU and not "the Other Guy".
You don't buy extra food that you won't eat.
You buy enough and rotate through it so it doesn't spoil.
You stock up on items you would use anyway, just extra.
A person can easily survive on one pound of rice a day. That's about a 50 gallon can of rice a year, but you can see how easy it is to store stuff.
If for NO other reason than when the next "hurricane" hits, YOU don't have to stand in line and deal with the traffic of everyone that waited till the day before to get water and batteries.
 August 19, 2015 at 2:56pm
Record. Momma says “Two wrongs don’t make a right.”
 August 19, 2015 at 10:02am
I have a problem with the Government dictating a person’s choices in business. His communities response by not doing business with him is the correct and constitutional way to deal with these issues.
 August 18, 2015 at 5:18pm
Never trust them maple lovin Canadians.
August 18, 2015 at 4:45pm
Umm, someone should tell him that the right to bear arms is the 13th amendment to the Constitution of the Confederate States and the 12th amendment is the freedom of religion. Mixing Confederate flags with United States Constitutional Amendments doesn’t make any sense.
August 16, 2015 at 4:44pm
Why is the constitution being down voted on this conservative website?
"Why is the constitution being down voted on this conservative website?"
One in particular has at least 20 screennames and goes around thumbing posts down, multiple times under multiple screennames.
And likely he is not the only one doing things like that.
[-11] August 16, 2015 at 4:42pm
Never thought a direct quote from the constitution would get down votes.
That's because you're NOT quoting directly from the document and you are misinterpreting what it does say.
No, he's not because those who matter have interpreted it as such. You lose again.
 August 14, 2015 at 3:12pm
Technically they’re not wrong per statute. Doesn’t mean they’re not wrong if and that statute is challenged in an court of law. Once he turns 18, if i were him, i would attempt to leave and when they stopped him, get an attorney to file a false imprisonment and 1983 action.
 August 13, 2015 at 12:13pm
LMWife, That would depend on the Church. Last time I checked I believe their were 3 churches in the U.S. that did same/sex marriages and some others that had no official position.
 August 13, 2015 at 10:42am
Attention County Clerks. You are not a Priest, you are not issuing a religious document or making a religious proclamation. Your marriage licenses are not ordained by God. They are a man made device to secure tax and health benefits. End of story. When people are married at a church by a priest, that is a religious proclamation and that is ordained by God.
When people are married at a church by a priest, that is a religious proclamation and that is ordained by God.
I actually agree with this. So maybe you can tell me what happens when gay people want a marriage ordained by God?
Great point. I guess it is too hard a concept that ALL Americans be treated equally under the law for some people.
 August 13, 2015 at 9:22am
25 in my town
 August 13, 2015 at 9:22am
You know what’s equally stupid about this sign. While the people driving down the road are reading this sign, guess what they’re not looking at??? The road.
It also says "I am not doing anything to safeguard my children so watch out"
Signed irresponsable parent
They may not even see the sign because they are too busy texting while driving.
No different than ads, that aren't in residential areas but yes just says I'm not responsible for the people and animals I'm responsible for.
In Bend, Oregon, signs that say "slow down!" are common, but the deserved joke is that we add is some variant on the owner of the sign speeding in someone else' neighborhood.
How about a sign that says, "Please obey the posted speed limit in this neighborhood to avoid running over small children and pets. If you're slow enough you can even finish reading my awesome sign."
Same goes for billboards.
By your twisted logic, all road signs and traffic signs should be removed for safety reasons?
Could we consider that "entrapment?"
July 29, 2015 at 10:17am
Blazing. This rule is actually the same as football. When a person catches the ball in football, takes two steps, but in the process of the catch goes to the ground and then loses the ball, it is incomplete.
There's still room for subjectivity in understanding when he completes the process of making the catch so the followup determination can be made if he goes to the ground and loses the ball the way the rule is worded in the MLB.
Not so. Two different sports with two different rules. If a receiver in football catches the ball, takes two steps, but goes to the ground and loses the ball, it's a fumble. If they never had possession, go to ground and lose the ball, THEN it's incomplete. Still... different game... different rules.
 July 24, 2015 at 10:53pm
Possibly, though it’s hard to get a clear shot in a dark movie theatre. However, the people who died where the people directly in front of him. Because he didn’t say anything before the shooting began, not likely that anyone with a gun would have prevented that.
Ever heard of a Laser on your gun and a flashlight to spot him out?
That light on your gun makes you an immediate target and limits your vision in the dark.
July 24, 2015 at 10:36am
You should honor contracts you sign. And by buying a Condo in that association, when you signed the paperwork it would have had language that you are agreeing the the declarations and bylaws of the association. Lastly, as a Christian, I find this whole “flag worship” a little to close to a violation of the First Commandment. You shouldn’t treat any inanimate object with such adoration. “I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. You shall have no other gods before Me.”
July 24, 2015 at 10:31am
slayer. That would be the correct way to handle this. Gather enough people to vote with you, then propose an amendment through HOA declarations and bylaws. She’s putting the cart before the horse, so to speak.
July 24, 2015 at 6:57am
If you read an article that hasn’t been chopped up by blaze editors you would know at least 2 other persons were released and they arrested a few others. They found 18 mature plants, so not a huge operation. Cops were quoted as saying that it would have been easy for someone to be at that house and not be aware of the operation. This leads me to believe the plants were being grown outside, but concealed by other plants.
 July 22, 2015 at 4:48pm
Besides the fact that the HOA is not the government. The first amendment does not apply to putting flags on someone else’s property. She doesn’t own the outside of the building. That’s how condominiums work. You own the stuff on the inside, the HOA owns the outside.
Then the residents of the condo association simply vote to change the rule to allow US flags only, problem solved.
slayer. That would be the correct way to handle this. Gather enough people to vote with you, then propose an amendment through HOA declarations and bylaws. She's putting the cart before the horse, so to speak.
July 22, 2015 at 4:45pm
She does not own the outside of the building. She owns the inside walls, but not the pipes inside the walls or the outside of the wall. What she is doing is the legal equivalent of me coming on to your property and putting a flag in your yard.