User Profile: NigelTufnel


Member Since: November 08, 2012


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  • [1] July 22, 2014 at 4:48am

    Pure denial of the atrocity that is killing a defenseless human baby. It’s a legal killing yet the left still can’t stand to look at it. Look at it you chicken sh its!

  • [3] July 22, 2014 at 4:42am

    He short flipped it. You have to use a sweeping motion and bring your arm up slowly. He released it below the hip already. The first baseman didn’t even leap it was so bad.

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  • [11] July 22, 2014 at 4:34am

    PH, I think there will be a revelation. University is so expensive now. The risk v. Reward is growing at an alarming rate. I think you will see more people going to trade schools and employer based education. Obamacare is already hampering medical innovation. Doctors and nurses will start abandoning expensive university training. I’m watching the millennials closely. I have hope for them. Employers want common sense based decisions. Not roundabout generalizations.

  • [1] July 22, 2014 at 3:05am

    Great discussion tonight Blazers. Ruoncrack and doors56, good job. You got it. Skunk and foo, you are on the right track but be careful with the generalizations. The Roman Catholic Church is a two-headed monster with many subsets. I get upset with it often. But the scriptures bring me back. Are there better Christian organizations? You bet! I choose to stay with Catholicism because like our state governments, our local parishes can make a difference. I just don’t like our federal government in Rome. Monsters exist everywhere, the gay community, straight community, black, white, Latino etc. Be safe out there blazers. God bless you all! Even you pea-brained democrats who voted for odumbo twice. Now you’re really gonna hate me for putting this Tom petty jingle in your head. “You think you’re gonna take her away. With you’re money and you’re cocaine!”

  • [2] July 22, 2014 at 2:04am

    Yeah the money thing is whole new can of worms. I’ve been working a long time to find out where it goes. No luck.

  • July 22, 2014 at 1:57am

    Very good grass hopper! You picked up on it. See comment below! Full marks lad! You no like spinal tap?!

  • [2] July 22, 2014 at 1:48am

    Catholics voted 56% for Obama in 2008. Number one reason? Catholics were against the war in Iraq. What % makes them culpable? I agree there is a level of culpability. 86% of democrats voted for odumbo the second time. If say that’s culpable.

  • [120] July 22, 2014 at 1:23am

    Mmmm. No takers on the subtle suggestion that the gay community is responsible for these offenses Tom speaks about? Of course they are not responsible. I was molested as a child of nine at my public school. Given my disdain for public institutions, I could easily blame the school or my grade school principle. Except it’s not their fault. It was my attacker’s solely who now lives openly gay. It’s a great school and so are the people in it. Every Sunday I walk past the spot where it happened on my way to church. The first thing I do is thank God and my parents for giving me the strength to get past it. I’m not sure if I’ve fully forgiven the man. But I do know that I trust very few people because of it. When a woman is raped I get so mad when people tell them they should trust people again. No they shouldn’t. Our love and trust is precious. It belongs to those most deserving. Blame is easy. Trust is not.

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  • [51] July 22, 2014 at 12:30am

    The crusades were centuries ago. I agree with squid. The minute an old belief or viewpoint starts to change, Christianity gets blamed. It’s the old Christian white guy’s fault. Well then, all of the good things and technological advancements belong to the old Christian white guys too. Blame is an easy thing to pass around. New ideas take time and hard work. The blame resides on the individual priests. Bill Clinton committed a grievous sin. Millions found a way to accept it. Make it ok. Should the church have had their own Nuremberg hearings and strung them up? I didn’t know the American war machine is now hanging on Christians too. If so then the Christians get full credit for ridding the world of hitler, Irohito, Mussolini, and the fall of soviet Russia. The crusade argument is like blaming John Boehner for slavery. That’s a left wing tactic. My father in law read a dan brown book and stopped going to church. So now we leave the table to go to mass on Christmas Eve without them. He allowed a book and some retards that he worked with at General Motors to convince him to give up time spent celebrating faith with his own grand kids. I think he’s just lazy and feeble minded.

  • [3] July 21, 2014 at 10:52pm

    Will Sam have his own private locker room? A woman would.

  • [3] July 21, 2014 at 10:50pm

    Fox has chubs act so over the top so that he looks stupid.

  • [1] July 21, 2014 at 10:47pm

    Jeez Zow. Even Clinton got weapons inspectors into Baghdad. But the ole billy boy had a pretty good line of b.s. which does come in handy. What does open have? A pen. Not always mightier than the sword.

  • [1] July 21, 2014 at 9:34pm

    That’s what made Jim Rhoads a leader. He made a high risk decision that cost him his job and he made no apologies. But good leadership will always trump bad leadership no matter what your planks are. I’m excited about Cankles v. Mass whole. I like the matchup. No gender baiting in that one. Who will emerge as a leader? Gonna be a historic next two years. My employer just shut down a line because of peak energy. Too many coal plants were taken down on the ohio River. It’s a calculated decision. A democrat would blame a company for not biting the bullet and spending for the higher rate. A conservative blames Obama. It doesn’t change the fact that we will all pay more for less goods or more for more costly goods. I respect my employers decision in good faith. At least they are leading. Not blaming.

  • [411] July 21, 2014 at 8:55pm

    Shouldn’t it be, “no ones has gotten Christianity more wrong than the gay priests who committed these offenses”?

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  • [1] July 21, 2014 at 8:09pm

    “Tin soldiers and nixon’s coming, we’re finally on our own, this summer I hear the drumming, four dead in O H I O!”
    Always wondered why Neil blamed Nixon fir governor Rhoad’s decision. While James paid a price by losing the 71′ election to Kathy Sebilius’ father jack Gilligan. We ultimately forgave him and gave him another eight years in 75′-83′. We loved the republican so much we named freeways, arenas and universities after him. Dear Alan Canfora, (aka black flag). Up yours buddy! Right here! Right here!

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  • July 21, 2014 at 1:25am

    Rather funny how Egypt has been lead by the MB which odumbo put in place. Now they reject it. Naturally the lefts hatred for Israel trumps anything Putin is doing.

  • [21] July 21, 2014 at 1:18am

    I bought a nice two camera Uniden with a motion sensor recorder for $128. Some surveillance company out of NY. Absolutely love them.

  • [1] July 21, 2014 at 12:41am

    Putin has stacked the bodies in four refrigerated rail cars. Remind you of anyone?

  • [2] July 21, 2014 at 12:29am

    It does not matter if it was a mistake. Putin created a volitile situation with his negligence. He is to blame as well as the rebels. Is Feinstein genuine? Probably not. But it’s nice to see her not support Obama’s “more latitude” policy even if she didn’t diss the president openly.

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  • [3] July 20, 2014 at 5:41pm

    Funny how the conversation and news cycle have wondered away from debt. Odumbo has all but locked up an 8 trillion dollar loss for his eight years of service. Cresting our debt just under 18 trillion by the time he leaves office. If the fed rate goes to 4% like it was for most of the bush years, the interest will be 720 billion a year more than doubling what we spend on defense now. So the question is, why has the fed,(supposedly an independent body) acted like they are not remotely concerned with hyper-inflation? The answer has to be that they are more worried about deflation. Why? While our gov. Debt is bad, our private debt is what is now a concern. It’s 40 trillion. Every home loan, business loan and student loan out there outweighs what our gov. Owes. Foreign investors are starting to realize we cannot pay our public and private debts at even a 5% GDP sustained. America becomes a worse bet each passing day. Then you have the retiring boomers. The group that has set the policy and the stage for the last 50 years in this country. They hold a lot if this nations wealth and they are starting to pull it off the table. In double threat action they will also start drawing out if their 401k’s. In ten years, they will HAVE to start taking it out by law. These three scenarios create deflationary pressure. You see the boomers failed to act on our debt and now the fed feels this is the only way forward. The left will try to grab control of property as this happe

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