I’m Rush, which sounds about right to me… all you low information voters & High Screwel drop outs!
July 17, 2013 at 3:28pm
I stared at the logo for 20 minutes and it didn’t have any effect on me… Excuse me now, must go eat home made Wendy’s burger…(wanders off with arms outstretched & glazed look in eyes).
June 28, 2013 at 11:55am
He should have included a test group of conservative ‘U.S. Americans’ to hopefully show the stark contrast in baseline intelligence between the two groups… I’d worry about that back firing these days, however, because ‘stupid’ is becoming a national epidemic on both sides of the isle.
No worries Mwild, I think they definitely would show a stark contrast, though perhaps not in your favor. Conservatives tend to average out at an IQ of 95 while liberals tend to average out at 106. Not a particularly surprisingly result, but why would you want to advertise your statistically lower intelligence, exactly?
April 24, 2013 at 7:16pm
Right or left, white or not, communist or fascist, government in bed with corporations who own and dictate to the media what to print or say is the agent of separation. It’s an agenda that I’m not smart enough to fully understand, but I believe that any form of government would love nothing more than to have a population of under-educated, dependent, and morally corrupt people to rule over… who could possibly be easier to control than that?
March 5, 2013 at 12:49am
Well, we’re mad as hell, but I’m not sure we’re going to have much of a choice about taking it anymore… unless a lot of people smarten up and open their eyes. BTW, love the screen name… I had a Ruck Fussia tee shirt way back in high school, b4 the cold war ended and we all still hated the red threat… you know, b4 terrorists were the threat de jour ;)
March 5, 2013 at 12:25am
Unfortunately, all gun violence these days is seen by the overwhelmingly left leaning sheep in this country as being, ‘guns bad, gun bans good’. This story, like so many other similar stories will never see the light of main stream / network news coverage, unless it’s to quote a statistic related to gun violence, and in that case, it’ll be negatively spun in favor of gun control. Personally, I applaud the bank employee… but lament his or her poor aim >:) But at least no civil and decent people were hurt… just a POS criminal who was asking for it in capital letters and exclamtion points.
It never ceases to amaze me, although at this point I shouldn’t be surprised at the savagery of these people. How have they managed to avoid evolving or becoming civilized in the slightest way over the last 10,000 years? And Obama doesn’t think Israel should invade? Can you imagine these savages, teamed up with Iran, with tactical nuclear weapons at their disposal? I’m typically anti-war, but I’d easily make an exception here. This world’s best chance of long term survival lies with turning Gaza… and Syria, Yemen, and Iran (while we’re at it), into smoldering craters.
September 21, 2012 at 12:25pm
This is exactly why fewer and fewer people take initiative to effect positive change in their neighborhoods, towns, cities, states, etc. Every time we do something positive and common sense based, the government beats us down. That’s what happens when a government gets too big and far-reaching… they do whatever they can to discourage common people from having and acting on ideas or taking initiative. It questions their ultimate authority.
September 14, 2012 at 10:55am
I wrote for my college newspaper way back in the day. I seem to remember that grammar, spelling, and the ability to stay on topic counted back then. Apparently not anymore. It really is no wonder that these kids are unemployable. It’s difficult to find a position for someone who has the body of an adult, the mind of 12-year old, and the motivation of a sea slug.
September 13, 2012 at 9:41pm
I keep asking myself, “Who would the ‘radical’ muslim contingent in this world most want to be President of the U.S.? Follow up to that, “Wouldn’t it be weird if between now and Nov., BO somehow comes off as the ‘guy who solved the middle east crisis’. Perception is reality, and most people these days just take whatever they hear on CNN as fact, scary. I hate to feel this paranoid, but it’s hard not to right about now.