User Profile: MrOldtimer

MrOldtimer

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  • [3] September 23, 2014 at 12:06pm

    DadRocked -Sep. 23, 2014 at 10:09am
    MrOldTimer… In many ways and at many times

    DadRocked, you’re the sort I craved here. My respect and heart goes out to you and the dwindling number of our coalition of the willing.
    Your fan,
    MrOT

  • [3] September 23, 2014 at 9:52am

    I have been away for awhile and I’m not “back” now. Just stopping by long enough to say a few choice words. So go ahead and say “good riddance.” I don’t care.

    I checked into Beck’s show this morning. Surely he’d be talking about the war. Nope. They were having s semi-serious discussion about the woman with three breasts.

    Just wanted to note: This place, TB included, is a zoo. A crazed insane bizarre drunken, broken zoo destined to be padlocked for non payment of the water bill one day soon.

    Once a place of sanity where good USA type Americans could come together with like minded people, and once a place where we sat at the feet of the teacher (Glenn) it has devolved into a Petri dish of pustelence. An island of irrelevancy.

    I can give you not one example of liberal insanity that even approaches Beck. I really don’t care much for what he’s done with the place.

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  • [4] August 24, 2014 at 9:43am

    Mr. OT Swan Song

    Occasionally I do a reassessment to see what’s important and what’s not. The last time around I decided to not re-up Glenn.

    Lately I have been feeling another one coming on. The massively offensive, irrelevant and stupid little TB arkle here: “Gay People Are Becoming Widely Accepted in American Society. That’s Turning Out to Be a Problem for a Certain Type of Establishment.” brought it on more quickly than I had planned.

    I have known for a long time that reading TB is a loser type indulgence that I really can’t afford at my age. I have things that I need to get done and TB is, more and more, a time waster.

    Therefore Mr. OldTimer is signing off and getting on with REAL life. Been fun. I’ll miss seeing some of you. I will even miss TB for awhile…but I’ll get over it. And Glenn, I won’t let the door bump me in the butt on the way out.

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  • [1] August 23, 2014 at 8:28pm

    This article is anti gay which is contrary to TB policy. Take it down.

  • August 23, 2014 at 8:24pm

    Like who knew? When hope and change started to fizzle, TB takes up the cause and does a better job of making it work than any of those doughty lib publications.

    Congrats Glenn! Keep up the GREAT work.

  • August 23, 2014 at 8:21pm

    I give up TB. What are you really trying to say with this arkle? I could say more. Much much more.

    PS… Glenn, I’m thinking this shows, whatever else, that you are a true progressive I prophesy that you will go on to have much the same wonderful success in life as the legendary Ted Turner.

  • August 22, 2014 at 7:26pm

    I am dismayed at all this ragging on our president about his apparent lack of bare human curiosity regarding the threats coming to our homeland. Do you NOT think that Obama knows things that you don’t?? Hmm?

    He knows that even at this moment his scientists are developing secret wonder weapons that he will unleash on the terrorists at a time of his choosing. So, I don’t want to hear any more trash talk. The man is on the job.

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  • [17] August 22, 2014 at 7:18pm

    This sort of volcanic deformation in Mexican strata is usually seen as a prelude to an outbreak of giant black scorpions (12-22 ft in length) and laughing spiders. Do your homework!

  • [2] August 22, 2014 at 4:51pm

    HI_Don -Aug. 22, 2014 at 3:03pm
    I didn’t give you the first down vote, but I gave you one now.

    Don, you rascal! I just upvoted you because other than what you had to say about me (Go check my profile) I agreed with everything you had to say x12. The fact is that I listened very closely to Hannity for as long as he’s been on until recently. I listened for whatever grain or two of news I could snatch out of the chaos while willing myself not to puke. I DESPISE his liberal menagerie. We already know what they think. I FF right thru them

    Hannity has his better points, but he’s also a shameless circus showman and will drop critical conservative shows at the drop of a ratings hat if he (or his masters) think it’s a good thing. The recent Robin Williams emergency coverage ring a bell with you?

    No, I don’t do more than a few minutes of Hannity (and most other talk yakkers) a week any more. What’s the point? Heard it all before 15,000 times. Stick with Rush and Levin, and sparingly at that. You can’t go wrong…most days. Some days, but not most days.

  • [2] August 22, 2014 at 2:25pm

    Thanks USAFVetNE. It’s a learning process. You know we rail on libs for being so gullible. But conservatives are too. The difference is the lib is not capable of learning from their mistakes. The conservative is.

    Conservatives tend to take folks at their word because they are good people at heart and subconsciously think everyone else is the same. Thus conservatives are often the best targets for a well crafted sales pitch.

    However, once inoculated, the crafty salesman (ergo politician or even talk yakker) will never be able to pull the same trick twice.Skepticism sucks, but it is necessary armor in the arena of ideas which is often ultra sophisticated marketing posing as honest opinion.

  • [1] August 22, 2014 at 12:36pm

    Whoa. I get a downvote right off. I really want the down voter to defend that. Mebbe I’ll learn something. C’mon. Don’t be a boo chicken. Tell me why you feel that all talk yakkers only have our best interests at heart all the time. Boy, I hope you’ll defend MSNBC, but I’ll take anything I can get!

  • [1] August 22, 2014 at 12:00pm

    USAFVetNE…Hannity is worse than any, inviting dopey libs to his show and then not letting them rant.

    Hopefully you visit these shows to glean what little wheat you can from the truckloads of chaff. The way it is today is the way it has ever been. It has never been about fairness and news gathering. It’s always been theater. The only difference is that today we’re onto their tricks and know that all talk yakkers play games at least some of the time.

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  • [7] August 22, 2014 at 11:50am

    Fundamentals In Ferguson…

    The problem in Ferguson these days is that lynching is not practical. Note that I did not use the word “desirable.”

    The quickest way to end the strife is to lynch the officer. You’ll admit that if you are brutally honest. When you boil it all down, it’s what the mob demands, and nothing less.

    In today’s world low tech lynchings are hard to achieve. However high tech lynchings are still practiced by democrats every time they don’t get their way.

    In the case of Ferguson though, I’m thinking that nothing less than a low tech lynching will satisfy, even if it must be accomplished with plastic rope purchased at Walmart. They don’t make hemp rope any more.

    The satisfying dangle and the feet seeking purchase that is not there. Perhaps the desecration of the body afterwards.

    That’s the justice…and the peace the mob seeks. That’s real closure.

  • [45] August 21, 2014 at 9:37pm

    Fellows, I’m not a vet. But I am among the 99% here who love and admire every one of you.

    It is comforting to know that you still have our backs, even after shabby treatment, particularly by this passing incomprehensible administration.

  • [211] August 21, 2014 at 7:19pm

    I’m scratching my head here. Yes those were great words from the vet. I know a couple who would most probably hop on a plane to run over there to show our desert friends how killing is really done….but…

    It kills my soul that all this high-fivin’ and “we oughta do this” and “we oughta do that” here don’t mean diddle. The ticked off vet isn’t the president, nor even congress.

    The vet’s words put in the mouth of a commander-in-chief who actually agrees with them *would* mean something. Obama goes at it like he’s up against a crafty golfing buddy when it’s actually more like D-Day on Iwo Jima.

    I’m sorry guys. The vet’s words make me more sad (as I stack them against the golfer-in-chief) than anything. Carry on.

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  • [2] August 21, 2014 at 5:38pm

    You got a point ultraright. Where I live we know for instance that absolutely theoretically that we can go pretty much anywhere we please that doesn’t require a high level gubment pass. On the other hand we have ALWAYS known there are certain places Caucasians DO NOT go on a hot Friday night. My speculation is that the residents of those certain areas may not be acquainted with whatever constitutional amendment guarantees free and unobstructed passage in said zone after dark.

    Hmm… I wonder how come this long standing common sense well known fact of life never made the news? If anyone wishes to check the validity of my statement, I’ll happily direct them to those certain streets so that they may check up on my veracity by proceeding on foot along there on a hot Friday evening.

  • August 21, 2014 at 5:24pm

    The moral to the story is…If you KNOW that you could steal the steamship The Queen Mary and get away with it…well, why not? Who’s to care? Ho hum, somebody just stole The Queen Mary. What’s up in Ferguson tonight.

  • August 21, 2014 at 5:22pm

    Proof you ax? Can anyone name me a time when anyone in the Obama regime has ever lost so much as a wink of sleep, no matter the severity of the charge?

  • [4] August 21, 2014 at 5:18pm

    ……
    Flash: Report Says Bergdahl Prisoner Swap Violated Two U.S. Laws

    Thunder: The DOD doesn’t care.
    ……..

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  • [11] August 21, 2014 at 5:15pm

    I heard this piece today. I”m thinking….Please Rush….fax every major news room a copy….just for a hoot.

    PS… If I hear one more time that every president deserves a vacation or “just to be fair” from a Fox news babe I’m going to take under it advisement to consider to possibly be very angry. Allegedly.

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