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mpetroski

Member Since: September 08, 2011

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  • January 25, 2013 at 4:13pm

    Obviously the Netherlands does not have concealed carry laws. If that happened in Texas there would be real guns blazing.<—–get it, BLAZING, I used the title of this website in my comment, damn I'm good. I have a public school education.

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  • May 25, 2012 at 6:19pm

    I agree, another no it all, wanna be democrat that is trying to be the common man. I thought they hated the CIA. Id be more impressed if his dad was a diplomat in socialist type countries. That scares me too. thats where he was educated.

    Plus, he was out of breath walking down hill.

  • March 22, 2012 at 10:42am

    Oh yeah this too. My large carbon footprint SUV was lurching forward on its front suspension as well. Evidence that I was on my breaks really hard in response to this guy slamming on his breaks. I wasn’t tailgating I was breaking hard to avid a collision.

  • March 22, 2012 at 10:32am

    I got one due to a practical joke of sorts. I was in the cue for a right turn light. I got to the white line at the intersection as the light turned yellow and the car in front of me slammed on his breaks and came to a complete stop. I was stuck half over the white stop line as the light turned red. He was completely in the intersection. I though what a jerk, why would he do that. He sped off and cleared the intersection. I followed through the intersection as to not block it.

    I got a letter and 3 photographs in the mail with a 180 dollar fine. You was plainly evident in the photos that We both had our red break lights on. The cops did not care. Though the lady at the desk said its a trick that a-holes do at intersections to get the person behind them a ticket. They never know if it happens but its just for fun. She said she has had several people come in and point it out. The city does not care.

    I would have cleared the intersection legally if he had not slammed on the breaks and stopped in the intersection. I was told that if I had stopped and not cleared the intersection I would have still gotten the ticket.

    I hate those camera’s

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  • January 22, 2012 at 9:02pm

    Isn’t he around 64 years old and wasn’t near freezing out there. He did di an OK job in my opinion. My Dads 64 and he couldn’t sing any where near that.

  • January 13, 2012 at 8:39pm

    He is a US Marine he will be fine.

    DOCSKI

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  • January 8, 2012 at 9:54am

    I am tired of the “Reverse Racism” mantra crap. I went to an all black school in Newark NJ. 7 white kids and 3 thousand Black kids. The racist problems that where thrown my way where not “Reverse Racism”. It was RACISM.

    In my Black on White racism expertise, reverse racism would be whites and blacks getting along.

    In most peoples minds racism equals white on black (or minority) and reverse racism equals black (or minority) on white.

    This is all a crock.

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  • September 21, 2011 at 8:35pm

    I was a firefighter/paramedic for 10 years. I worked in the worst areas of my town. Most of the firefighters I worked with packed guns in our medical fanny packs. If this clown had busted into my firehouse with one of us not in the know, he would have gotten smoked. It may have been against dept policy, but like that Walgreens pharmacist, I would have gone home. With or with out a job.

    Fratres Pro Vitae

  • September 11, 2011 at 9:54am

    Can someone please pass on to the folks at The Blaze that the USMC does not have “Medics”. The USMC has US Navy Hospital Corpsman or just plain Corpsman for short.

    Small beans compared to what happened at that FOB but just a little courtesy to those of us who serve and have served as US Navy Hospital Corpsman with the USMC. There is quite a bit of a difference.

    Doc Ski

    P.S. I am typing this from a little camp in Afghanistan.

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  • September 8, 2011 at 2:22am

    I too was a Navy Hospital Corpsman assigned to the FMF. If I meet someone and they ask me what I did in the military I usually just tell them I was a “Hospital Corpsman”. If they seem confused and inquisitive I delve into the FMF part but I usually keep it at that. Most folks know what a Hospital Corpsman is so it is usaully not a problem.

    Hoorah
    Semper Fi
    3rd LAR D Company.

    Always Faithful

    Doc Ski