User Profile: Nabuquduriuzhur


Member Since: December 30, 2012


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  • [4] October 29, 2014 at 3:06pm

    I’m not going to comment today except to protest the 14 trackers on this page and the popup advertisements.

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  • [17] October 28, 2014 at 11:05am

    I’m not going to comment today except to protest the 18 trackers on this page and the popup advertisements.

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  • [3] October 28, 2014 at 2:28am


    Left Wing Hack outfits like EEF don’t help much. They didn’t do a damn thing about Clinton’s wiretapping, but when Bush got rid the Clinton wiretappings, they went after Bush like he’d been doing what Clinton did.

  • [56] October 28, 2014 at 2:27am

    That is a good idea. OK. For the next week, I’ll write the comment “I’m not going to comment today except to protest the 16 trackers on this page and the popup advertisements.”

    If everyone did that, it would send a message.

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  • [-1] October 27, 2014 at 4:12pm

    I’m not BLM, but Bundy was what I’d call a dishonest rancher. He kept changing his claims to try to avoid paying what he owed. From claiming he owned the land when he didn’t, to claiming that the state of nevada owned it when they didn’t. The idea of getting the use of public land for free is not very honest. How many of his fellow ranchers paid their money year after year for using the grass, brush, etc. of the lands they rent? Like a good liberal Democrat, Bundy wanted to get something for nothing. And it never works.

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  • [5] October 27, 2014 at 4:09pm

    Of course.

    You may find this side-by-side comparison with the NSDAP, Minor Axis, and Democrat Party to be of interest:

  • [-1] October 26, 2014 at 7:30pm

    This comment was deleted, but reappeared.

  • [-1] October 26, 2014 at 7:29pm

    “Delete” doesn’t work, eh?

  • [5] October 26, 2014 at 7:29pm

    Some key details missing.

    Why didn’t he have ID?

    Why did the school call the cops?

    An argument doesn’t reach the level of needing the cops, so one or both father and school were out of control.

    Why did the police officer escalate the situation without a crime having been committed?

    Did the school create the entire situation from start to finish? Or is it the father’s doing?

    What actually happened? Any security recordings?

    None of those involved look very good.

  • [3] October 26, 2014 at 7:24pm

    re: canadian nazi

    Don’t project the characteristics of a group onto another group. It not only comes across as stupid, but it’s a nazi tactic to project the bad characteristics of one group onto a group that does not possess those characteristics.

  • [46] October 26, 2014 at 2:22pm

    This person should not be a nurse. Essentially, she is echoing the modern morbid selfishness that the gays claim, where their “privacy” is more important than someone’s life that they would infect.

    No person so cavalier about the lives of other people should be a nurse. Her state’s medical board should look into the matter and if she’s serious about having no concern about spreading disease, then she should have her licenses revoked.

    It’s not her right to take risks with another person’s life merely for her personal convenience.

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  • [5] October 25, 2014 at 12:22pm

    Pt 4

    “At first, I was irritated, because it made light of something that could easily have been catastrophic— the 1960 quake along the same fault line generated a 35 foot wave in Hilo, Hawaii (USGS) and killed many around the Pacific.

    Then, I realized that he was largely echoing the public. He had no way to know that the danger was real because of the scientists crying wolf too many times. There is no way to know that it wasn’t just another lie like Global Warming/ Climate Change.

    Too many lies. Too many false claims.

    If science wants to be taken seriously again, scientists need to rediscover professionalism and restore those safeguards for professional behavior and methodology that used to be in place.


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  • [3] October 25, 2014 at 12:21pm

    Pt 3

    “To get an idea of how ridiculous our official “science” is getting: we actually have had NOAA scientists claim of a river of oil on the bottom of the Gulf resulting from the 2010 spill, when the less-than-water specific gravity of crude oil would mean the oil would immediately rise to the surface of the water. In the same way that a sealed cork does not sit on the ocean bottom. Their claims were literally impossible from a physical aspect.

    But that is just a symptom of how activism is replacing science.

    Please Choose people who will do something about that.

    Choose people who will do right by the American public.

    I’m including a trio of chapters from my next book to illustrate just how bad the problems with our “science” are and some ways in which the situations can be remedied. I don’t think most now know how unprofessional and often incompetent, our science and engineering professions are today in government.

    An example of the public’s contempt for the activist science of today:

    “Rush Limbaugh, on his March 1, 2010 broadcast complained about the tsunami that didn’t materialize from the Chilean 8.8 quake. He commented about the fear-mongering and how we live in a crisis state. He made fun of the whole matter, likening it to a bear relieving itself in a bay— don’t look at the right time and one doesn’t see it. “

  • [6] October 25, 2014 at 12:20pm

    Pt 2

    “Their morality, the value of truth over one’s own ideas, tends to make them so.

    —Choose people who are loyal to the United States. The “citizen of the world” treason now so common in Socialist circles is becoming frightening.

    —Choose people who see themselves as servants of the American public, not the reverse. Restore the old ideal of the Federal Civil Service being the servants of the people, not the reverse that has come about in the last decade.

    —Choose people with Pragmatism. A “whatever works and is honorable” mindset.

    —Remove appointees, supervisors and employees that are incompetent. Perhaps half of our Federal Civil Service is now incompetent and cannot meet their basic job slot requirements, thanks to the changes Clinton started in 1993. Remove them before OPM or Congress can change the job slot requirements that have been so frequently ignored for 19 years.

    —Remove every appointee, supervisor and employee that has deliberately broken the law.

    —Remove every appointee, supervisor and employee that is “activist” for irrational causes, a radical environmentalist, and every Socialist. The climate of persecuting the public in pursuit of “the latest activist fad” must end.

    To get an idea of how ridiculous our official “science” is getting: we actually have had NOAA scientists claim of a river of oil on the bottom of the Gulf resulting from the 2010 spill, “

  • [14] October 25, 2014 at 12:19pm

    In 2012, I sent this to one of the candidates to give an idea of just how bad our federal civil service had become and how to fix it:

    Pt 1.

    “Dear Mr. ,

    As one who mastered relativity in the 7th grade, science is near and dear to my heart. It’s one of my great passions after Jesus Christ.

    I am discouraged by the trend of the last 19 years— of dishonor in the scientific professions.

    I am disappointed by the tendency to replace factual, provable, graspable, rational science, with activism by our “scientists.”

    I am disgusted with the lack of competency by so much of our current scientific establishment.

    I am appalled at the lawbreaking by the FDA, USDA, USDI, NASA, EPA, etc. in recent years.

    While you don’t know me from Adam (unless you read National Wave of Foolishness), please listen to my advice on how to make our scientific establishment logical and factual again.

    For every Department and Cabinet Office that deals with science and/or technology:

    —Choose people who are competent.

    —Choose people who predate the Clinton era, if possible. It was in 1993 that the current trend toward activism and incompetence began in Federal Civil Service.

    —Choose people who value fact more than activism or their own pet theories.

    —Choose people who are honest.

    — Choose people who love God. That might seem like a contradiction in terms to science, but our best scientists for the last 300 years have been Christians…”

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  • [11] October 25, 2014 at 12:02pm

    I took it in 1987. The 1570 I earned was not looked at by a single college. Not even one. I was “white and male” as far as they were concerned.
    Hell with those racists/sexists: I graduated from Oregon Tech in civil and even made presidents list at one point.
    I used to work for the Corps of Engineers, just before Clinton destroyed the engineering profession. I worked on the last major public works done in the U.S, the American River Dam System.
    In 1992, the civil service had the best qualified people in just about any field. 51% women, and various percentages minority.
    Then 1993, the 103rd Congress and Clinton, happened.
    In 1992, if two people were candidates for a federal job, they would take the minority/woman. In 1993, it changed to hiring women and minorities with high school diplomas for science and technical specialties.
    Since they couldn’t do the work, they ended up sitting on their butts in the office while the prior hires did their jobs.
    And in the last 10 years, almost all of those who were hired under the merit system have retired, leaving a bunch of thumb-twiddlers in these offices.
    I took an engineering exam two years ago in California. Despite not working in engineering, I smoked it. But at the last minute, they decided they wanted a contracting officer and not an engineer. And of course the person they hired didn’t work out.
    It’s getting stupid out there.

  • [1] October 24, 2014 at 1:10pm

    When the Claustridium Difficile epidemic went through the Pacific Northwest this spring, it was worth finding out what cleaners worked and what didn’t.

    Most viruses and bacteria are killed by alcohol, and so these containers, as long as the alcohol is still in them, will still work to sterilize hands.

    On the other side, C.diff is not killed by either ethanol or isopropyl alcohol. It’s killed by UV, Benzalkonium chloride, and peracetic acid.

    Benzalkonium chloride is in a number of cleaners, such as Qore that is used on the hands.

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  • [1] October 24, 2014 at 1:03pm

    Why do you say Bush? Unlike Clinton or Obama, he didn’t do the kickback garbage.

    I worked for the feds under both Clinton and Bush and there is simply no comparison between the two men’s morality. Bush was a stickler for the law and right and wrong. Clinton did whatever he thought he could get away with.

    An example is the Patriot Act. It’s quite short and it stopped the free-for-all that started under Clinton of stealing personal data. The Act requires a judge to issue a warrant for each and every case. The media, of course, hated Bush because he wasn’t actively evil, and so they projected what Clinton was doing onto Bush.

    Don’t accept a media lie about a conservative. Half the stuff about Romney and Santorum was the left-wing media trying to get conservatives to think that each was not the conservative he was.

    Don’t accept it when the mainstream media claims a conservative is not a conservative. When the media lies, it’s to harm us, not to help us.

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 1:53am

    Calvinism ignores free will, using terms like “irresistable grace”.

    They ignore the Great Commission, even going so far as to claim that a person is sinning by teaching others as Christ ordered us to.

    Modern Calvinist denominations have mostly gone further by becoming Emergent, where the pastors and most parishoners are not Saved and the Gospel is not taught.

  • October 23, 2014 at 1:44am

    Not quite correct. Most GenX men in the region have been under attack by their women since junior high school and most of them stuck to their guns. Even today, almost all Bible-believing churches in the region have 90+% males in the GenX group.

    WE SAID NO to the feminist line. Which is why most of us didn’t marry.

    Here are a couple of my analyses on the matter:

    “When you have a clear choice of doing right or doing as the world says, it’s normally been men who said “no” to the world.

    And it’s cost us dearly.

    I’m sorry that pastors and other Christian leadners had their heads in the sand for the last 30+ years as to what’s been going on, but it’s only recently that they have finally and belatedly noticed what their parishoners have had to deal with since the mid 1980s.

    The result of persecution has been a large group of tough-as-nails Christian men. We can be shattered, we can be killed, but the world cannot bend us.

    My only real regret is that the women didn’t come with us. Almost every woman who grew up in the church of GenX chose the world.

    21 churches and ministries in different cities told me that.

    Indeed, that is something that pastors haven’t noticed for 30 years.”

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