User Profile: Mr. H.

Mr. H.

Member Since: December 27, 2010


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  • September 15, 2014 at 1:43pm

    When your neighbors surround you after putting you into a fight and win or die situation, their fighting style is not going to be friendly. Love Krav! It is designed so you can kill the enemy if you have to. Not only do the young Israeli women come with an M-16 attached, but they can Krav you if they wish to.

  • [2] September 15, 2014 at 11:12am

    Gymnasts and ballets are the absolute premier athletes when it comes to overall physical conditioning. They also make top flight martial artists. Never mess with any of them.

  • [1] September 13, 2014 at 8:27pm

    If you have nothing else use a lighter and a can of hair spray to singe their eyes. Spray is only effective in the eyes. Eyes are too small a target in an emergency situation. The real option is to be prepared to use a weapon you have trained long and hard to use well. My first choice is the 45, second the 9mm, third my 24″ machete, and last is my 18″ super sharp pointed steel rod. I used the steel rod when we lived in college married student housing when 3 guys kicked down the back door. I ran it through and through all 3 of them one at a time as they came through the door single file.

  • [1] September 6, 2014 at 10:44am

    How did that plate get through in the first place?

  • [3] September 2, 2014 at 10:54am

    Fast food is the ubiquitous starter job, it is not a job for supporting a family or even yourself. Most of the kids and some of the adults working fast food are not even worth minimum wage and they get weeded out fast. If this nonsense about a 100% raise comes to fruition, a fast food job will be only for the most productive employees and most of those now working fast food will have no place to turn for a job. Their panacea will be their undoing.

  • September 2, 2014 at 10:41am

    He may have started there but he’s left that behind.

  • August 28, 2014 at 12:54pm

    Obama? I’m wondering how they got anyone in there to start with. It’s the Legion. They are mostly WWII. A walkout would have also been good, but that would not have been reported.

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  • [1] August 28, 2014 at 12:30pm

    And in the financial news under insurance, there is an article about insurance companies complaining about insufficient numbers of clients. The insurers are threatening to withdraw from the individual health insurance market. All the while, health care providers are NOT taking ObamaCare insured patients, or are taking just a very limited number. Hey, what do you mean ObamaCare is not insurance? What do you mean no doctor will see me?

  • [2] August 28, 2014 at 12:24pm

    We all know the basic economic premise of ObamaCare is straight out of fantasy land. ObamaCare really does need young and healthy customers, about twice as many of them as subsidized customers or the funding model falls completely apart. However, the young and healthy do NOT buy health insurance because they are young and healthy and do NOT think they need health insurance. And the penalty tax is not enough to be an incentive to do otherwise. ObamaCare, a really bad idea from the beginning.

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  • [17] August 28, 2014 at 11:44am

    The lesson will not be learned until the crash happens. Then those without resources to use for absolute necessities will lose even more than their livelihood. The root cause started with the housing bubble crash, and was exacerbated by government saving the banks with too many toxic assets going down. The government should have done nothing and let the civil bankruptcy process manage the outcome. We would have had a stronger, cleaner economy than we have now. Then the government made it worst by buying bonds from itself monetizing the debt, increasing money supplies far more than what was generated in the economy. When the government can no longer buy their own debt and has to stop, the market will crash, the media will go over the top with all the wrong causes, and all the wrong solutions, and we, the people get wholly screwed, again! Government is never the answer for an economy beyond maintaining national security, and the rule of law.

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  • August 28, 2014 at 11:29am

    The worst of this tragedy is a little girl living with having killed someone. I hope and pray the reality of the experience never sets in on her. Killing a human being is a horrific, gut wrenching, recurring experience. It’s why we have so many soldiers and veterans being treated for PTSD. This girl is just too young to manage the experience, and no amount of counseling is going to change that. I’m sure many of you know what I’m trying to say here, and I’m sorry for you too.

  • August 26, 2014 at 12:19pm

    24 hours is faster than they can do it. The government computer systems are in bad shape and old. The government cannot do business effectively and efficiently. They keep stepping on themselves. I did 30 years of government IT working to get things done inspire of the antiquated hardware and software. I became an industry consultant in legacy software and hardware management and upgrades. The IRS can recover all of those emails in about two day if the media is not corrupted, and if it is it will take several weeks at a recovery site. It’s not people time. It is mostly computer time.

  • [6] August 25, 2014 at 1:00pm

    The woman was just plain lucky she did not get a return punch in the face, or quick kick to the knee. I was assaulted by one huge woman while filling up, after I called her out for “keying” my truck while I went in to pay the bill. She ended up with a torn wrist and dislocated knee, and a trip downtown for felony assault with a deadly weapon because she drew blood when she swung at me with a ball point pen. I am pressing charges, and I have placed a lien on her house early this morning, pending a repaint of the whole side of my truck. If my wife had not stepped in, I would have kept at her until she stopped moving. The guy she was with grabbed my wife, and I kicked him in the face. He dropped like a rock. My wife is not pressing charges. All of that was reflex to being attacked. The video our friend took lasted about 15 seconds total.

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  • [1] August 23, 2014 at 8:54pm

    It’s hard to get the scale of the picture, but that looks amazingly like the funnel web spider I accidentally came across in Australia. It was mean, vicious, highly aggressive, and I was lucky to kill it before it bit me. Funnel Web spiders are lethal! The other all time fright of my life was a Brazilian wandering spider attack and that one too was killed, by my hostess that time, before I was bitten. I’ll kill any spider any time and every time I see one. Hate arachnia!

  • August 16, 2014 at 11:06am

    The police have no obligation to protect your life and property. That is your responsibility. After the police arrive, it becomes their responsibility to manage the remaining situation, and you have to do what the police say. If you allow the government to disarm you, then you are prey for anyone who chooses to strong arm, or otherwise threaten you, take and destroy your property and or life.

  • August 16, 2014 at 11:00am

    The police were not all that well armed until the bank robbery in L.A. where the robbers were armed with .30 cal autoloading rifles and were wearing body armor, seriously out gunning the police and putting officers in grave danger. And since then the terrorist threat has become a reality here, and terrorists can have stolen, smuggled military weapons. The police need the equipment to respond to these situations. On the other hand, we have way too many instances of an inappropriate response by the government such as Ruby Ridge, Waco Texas, the Cuban refuge child in Florida, and many many more. There are times to to in with maximum fire power, but more where simply knocking on the door would be so much more appropriate. Where to draw the line is the responsibility of the senior officer at the scene, and that is where more training and judgement is needed.

  • [1] August 13, 2014 at 5:07pm All over again, the government has grown too involved in our lives removing our freedoms, and restricting our options. This is all pointed out so well in this article. As Thomas Jefferson so aptly said “He who governs best , governs least.” That in the final analysis of governance is very true.

    In reply to the contribution How the Government Became the Parent Police

  • August 13, 2014 at 4:46pm

    Employers saying there no qualified applicants for jobs are faced four problems. The first is they are having no tolerance for drug use and use random drug tests. There are good reasons to do so as drug users are not dependable, and are not reliable. The second is public education is getting dumber and dumber every year. High school graduates no longer have employable skill sets. The most required skills are reading and comprehending the content, writing a cogent document, and basic Algebra math computation, and in some cases skill with trigonometry, and strong interpersonal skills and communication, written and oral. Practical on the job math is all story problems. Problem solving is one of the rarer skills. Our kids will perform in school to the expectations of their teachers. But the teachers are stepped on for having high expectations by administration dependent on government money and government is setting forth feel good expectations not real expectations. Again government bureaucrats from progressive liberal schools generate the progressive liberal feel good about your self, non-competitive, requirements. Life, on the other hand is all about competition, not feeling good, doing a good job for your employers or customers to keep them happy and hard work done well. . Kids are all about social media , screen toys and screen time, sex, drugs and rock and roll

  • August 13, 2014 at 2:51pm

    ObamaCare is destined for failure from the financial burden it puts on the insured. In 36 states there is no subsidiarity for lower income families that can not afford to pay for food, fuel, rent, and high deductible expensive healthcare insurance with few providers, because it pays doctors below cost of treating patients.

  • [1] August 13, 2014 at 10:54am

    Yeah! A good story about a police officer saving a life.

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