User Profile: NukeHaze

NukeHaze

Member Since: September 01, 2010

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  • [4] January 2, 2015 at 2:25pm

    Roth you actually condescend yourself. THAT’S entertaining!

  • [9] January 2, 2015 at 2:20pm

    HorizontallyChallengedPatriot is correct. I will say I would tell the child to hop down and it probably hurts his friend (I will never elevate a pet to being a family member, but where I come from if you shoot someone’s dog it is as serious as if you shot a family member… i.e. Marcus Luttrel and his righteous indignation over his dog DASY getting killed by those “animal lovers”).

    Cute moments in family history, even ones where we might wince in pain are still moments, some we share gladly but indeed we need to be careful what we share on our FaceBook and Twitter or anywhere even protected storage on the internet. She should not have posted that one simply because Trig was standing on the dog. That does not change the fact the he ever did it because it is obvious he has and does. Some dogs like Newfoundlands are near big as a horse and could actually handle a 3 or 4 year old sitting on it but I would not encourage it at all. Those of you crying about the stress on the dog must really hate dogsledders despite everything they do for their dogs, how much they love them and the fact the dogs love to feel needed by HUMANS JUST LIKE HORSES CRAVE that usefulness. I miss the days when actual humans had the same desire to feely needed to perform work by and with other HUMANS instead of sitting on a couch and calculating the exchange rate EBT cards for drugs.

  • [1] January 2, 2015 at 1:39pm

    I find it hard to believe that it is a requirement to have an official fire truck in any parade anyway. This was a decision by parade organizers and those in political office only wanting to please the voter base and then the judges covering for their same friends in political office. There was nothing in this Constitution ignoring and destroying legal system that was going to protect these 2 Catholics. Now, If the 2 had been gay or atheist and forced to drive in a straight pride parade, traditional marriage celebration or a Christian parade, they would have never had their cases thrown out and been paid millions. From what I see, the 2 firefighters must equally be protected using the same argument that the left wing communists use even though they do not have to use the same argument.

  • January 2, 2015 at 1:30pm

    Communist is only capitalized if it is in a title, is the name of a place or is at the beginning of a sentence. If used as a proper noun in a name for example. I wonder why anyone would actually think they were supposed to be capitalized anyway. That aside, comments sections of news websites are likely not graded for grammatical perfection and are not actually expected to be grammatically perfect, either. I may occasionally point out something that makes a comment ambiguous and maybe ask for clarity but I know I sometimes get going too fast… try to be careful and communicate effectively, know that I make mistakes but it does chap me when someone tries to correct others and belittle them and they themselves are actually way wrong.

  • January 2, 2015 at 1:14pm

    That is exactly right.

  • January 2, 2015 at 1:12pm

    The air intake of an F-104 is big enough to intake even him and send him out the back at an altitude of about 115,000 feet. Loved that Starfighter. I guess a C-5 engine would suffice, though.

  • January 2, 2015 at 1:09pm

    Bob was twerking? If he and Juan had kissed that would have been almost funny. Heck it might have made Dish change their mind about dropping Fox mysteriously.

  • January 2, 2015 at 1:07pm

    Dish has yet to explain reason enough to remove Fox and not remove Al Sharptonzeera.

  • [2] January 2, 2015 at 1:06pm

    I can’t believe the majority of viewers wanted to see her kiss that disgusting slob. To me that just shows even Fox News polls are fixed by the left.

  • January 2, 2015 at 12:17pm

    Royce did get beat but proved that even after it he always remained in the top 5 if not the top 2. Scrapping with Taktarov, Severn, and Shamrock seems they were his biggest contenders. Royce put Gracie Jiu Jitsu on the global map. Before that they were low lifes going into other traditional schools and challenging instructors in the middle of teaching students in their own classes. There was never a good answer to that kind of a challenge. It is something that the western world is not used to and has not adapted as part of the old school ways into our civilization. This was done in Japan, China, Korea, but was not something done in the U.S. Black Belt magazine had articles by folks like Bob Wall (O’Hara in the Bruce Lee movie Enter the Dragon who Lee told that bricks don’t hit back and had killed Lee’s sister or rather forced her to shiv herself). Anyway, I have a ton of respect for their achievements and talent but I find a conflict of honor in their history. I have been in martial arts for far too many years to have a different view since those who really want to know things inside and out must know their histories well.

  • January 2, 2015 at 11:56am

    I do not hate the Gracies but I do have trouble respecting some of the ones involved in that kind of infantile and disrespectfully behavior towards fellow artists. In schools in Japan, Korea, and China you would have school disagreements and even many arguments on whose style was best and this kind of stuff went on for a long time and likely some still today. Ip Man’s biographies and even Jackie Chan’s stories tell a lot about them. However, in America, where we have a bit different melting pot of beliefs, ideologies and such with common respect to not inhibit freedoms of others or try to be a ruler over them, I think that difference may have been a factor in our not seeing eye to eye with an imperialist samurai descended Japan. Where I see plenty of good and honor there, I also see the differences. I think this Gracie did the right thing to these thugs. I respect their abilities and their proficiencies at martial grappling combat with a single opponent. Only a handful of others have shown as good and sometimes even better practitioners in styles such as shootfighting (Shamrock), wrestling (Dan Severn), Sambo (Oleg Taktarov), all were great fighters but I cannot speak a lot about their character from other activities.

    I have studied Aikido, Beikiku Jiu Jitsu, Judo, Jeet Kune Do, Tae Kwon Do, Kenpo, Kempo, Shotokan, Wing Chun Kung Fu, and wrestling. I have been a full time instructor in some of these specifically for students who want to learn only “X”.

  • [1] January 2, 2015 at 11:39am

    Having been in the martial arts community and being a big traditional buff of roots and origins and such, I recall some of the stories told of the original Judo stylists such as Judo Gene LaBelle who did in fact take down Bruce Lee who had in fact sparred with Chuck Norris not only in the movie Return of the Dragon but also in tournament style combat back in its infancy in this country when Ed Parker (Jeff Speakman’s teacher) was putting on major exhibitions brining out as many of the different styles of martial arts together as he could get. Anyway, the Gene LaBelle and Bruce Lee story is true and found in several of Bruce Lee’s books where he admits to mouthing off to Gene about the inferiority of grappling combat styles only to get put on his back side even as fast as Lee was. Slow motion cameras had to be used at the time of Enter the Dragon in order to be able to catch his movements well enough for screen showing. It truly is an amazing story. Gene was indeed a rather reserved and humble man that did end up teaching Lee afterwards. Lee also then began looking to boxing and even fencing in respect for rhythm and timing of attacks while working on completing the incompletable task of perfecting Jeet Kune Do. All this said, the stories I have heard of the Gracies before they made their fame with UFC were of them coming into schools and challenging instructors in front of their classes when class was in session. This was documented in Black Belt magazine.

  • [3] December 24, 2014 at 1:54pm

    @yiddishlion It seems that after your first sentence, the complete one, the rest of your comment is devoid of any truth. You sure came out of left field with a lot of bunk in a short space there. Not only are you trying to insult Mormons for no reason but you are insulting decent Jews by making them look bad with your username. I believe you to be a douchebag troll as NomoRinos states.

  • [18] August 22, 2014 at 1:36am

    How about what Pershing did? I prefer to roll our bullets in pig fat, wrap their corpses in pigskins bury them face down and away from mecca. That usually does the trick. It has worked in the past with muslim jihadi insurrectionists leaders.

  • August 13, 2014 at 11:56am

    That was in The Last Samurai and were Comrade Cruise’s words I believe.

    Anyway, it was amazing to me that he was more remembered for the least favored of movies I saw with him like Good Morning Vietnam and Mrs. Doubtfire.

    INSTEAD of HOOK and JUMANJI!!! (though they did mention What Dreams May Come)

    I could not believe the morning zoo crew was talking about all of the rest of them as being his best and even most money making movies when they forget those 2 which I believe were his biggest and best. I may despise a lot of actors in person but they are in fact, professional liars and pretenders so their lives away from screen usually do not matter so much to me. That being said, There still are some whom I despise so much that I refuse to pay to see and among those even if I already have the channel and access to the material I would not watch. I did not hate Robin Williams that much but knew he was close enough to Billy Crystal and shared politics with a lot of other extremist progressives.

  • August 4, 2014 at 4:42pm

    Yes, Glenn does tend to go right past the “it’s okay to disagree with each other” idea he portrays to callers on his radio show. I have noticed that is someone calls in and disagrees with him on 5% of what he says, he will try and find out what that 5% is and strongly, vehemently make his case as to why that person needs to give him that last 5%. I do not find it necessary nor even healthy to agree with Glenn 100% of the time. In fact, I strongly believe it is important to make sure that you do NOT agree 100% of the time with him…or with Pat… or Stu for that matter. I do not need Glenn trying to continually beating the drums and pounding it into my head why he is right and I am not after we have supposedly seen and interpreted the same observations and the facts have been presented. We cannot believe or allow anyone to “make” us think that if we disagree on anything at all that there is a chasm or massive divide now amongst us and I believe that the last thing Glenn really wants is to feel the blame for there being a divide thanks to him. He has said as much in several interviews about being divisive. Would Glenn consider me a radical because I have my own drum? I tend to think I am radically normal and do my best to follow the law and conservatively treat others keeping the Constitution and my Faith in my heart. The whole invasion force at the southern border is meant to force the other side (from the dictator) into a reactionary mode and not be able to succeed.

  • August 4, 2014 at 3:19pm

    Or as mythology goes… I do like Idris Elba but Heimdall was the whitest of the white of the Asgard. Remember… this is not Norse mythology though it is a comic that is loosely based on some of the stories from Norse mythology. Ever play Tomb Raider: Underworld? It too was based loosely on Norse mythology. I try to not focus on the details too much but take it as a fictitious piece of comic book finally making it to movies with big budget and making it real from a kid’s dream. Seeing X-Men on screen the first time was awesome despite the plot of the story being worse than any of the comic stories I grew up reading.

  • August 4, 2014 at 3:14pm

    It was DC comics that made Green Arrow, not Green Lantern gay. Arrow’s last name is Queen and Queen city is his romping grounds. I guess we should have all seen that coming.

    This is the first I have heard of a female Thor. He has a daughter in the kids cartoons that wields some of the same power. I do not recall if they named her mother.

    Lots of comic stuff is done to bump sales which marvel needs not do right now as they are as popular as they have ever been. Like changing Spiderman’s suit… that issue was very hot and hard to get. I had Wolverine #’s 1 from the different series and Silver Surfer #’s 1 as well. Web of Spiderman and Peter Parker Spectacular Spiderman but if you aren’t rolling with Action Comics 1st Superman or Batman or Amazing Spiderman 1, you really aren’t holding anything too terribly valuable. Still I have always loved comics but never liked certain characters because of their poser type traits…. Green Arrow for example being the “hero of the little guy”. When is there a hero of the “Big Guy”? I do not long for one but thing that making one for the little guy is like saying that none of the other heroes fight for anyone other than themselves or big and important people. Superman would stop and get cats out of the tree for example. How is he not a little guy’s hero.

  • [-1] August 4, 2014 at 2:04pm

    The only ways I have seen Glenn divide conservatives is by how he talks down to southerners who have passed down their knowledge of the Civil War in the family and by how he went after the Bundys and anyone involved there. If you are talking about the invasion of illegals, I would think that feeding these kids and getting them back to family in their country of origin is not divisive. The admin is hoping that by shipping them around the country to all these different places covertly that our sentinels of the border, including civilians, will be so overwhelmed that there is no way to keep up with all of the sleight of hand they are doing.

    We may find that the cartels have been kidnapping kids from families dropping them in the desert while pointing them towards the border forcing us to respond to the situation with compassion while the cartels are continuing to do whatever they wish to along the parts of the border that we are too overwhelmed to look at.

  • August 4, 2014 at 1:45pm

    SSAC… How is it that the Blaze is antagonizing half of :their” base with this story? Marcus Luttrell is showing his support for Chris Kyle and NOT for Alex Jones by extension through Jessie Ventura. 3/4 of a million was raised for Kyle’s widow and children and no matter how you cut it, the public will see Ventura as attacking a veteran’s widow and children and taking money from them because he was embarrassed for not having his name actually put in print in the book when Kyle was referring to an incident at PJ’s. Marcus is honorable and I believe Chris to have been of the same cloth. Jessie has been living in his own head as a professional wrestler who believes he was abandoned on this planet by parents from outer space. The guy is a complete fraud except that maybe the acting part of his career did actually include 2 Arnold Schwarzenagger movies: Predator and The Running Man.

    Anyway, the truth is the truth whether it divides or not. I do not see that what was presented in court could have been enough of the truth for the jury to decide being that Kyle could not defend his estate and that Ventura is likely the kind of guy to go after fellow vets who may have witnessed and remind them that what happens in “their bars” (SEALs and the like) stays in their bars and is no one else’s business. It is like that. I don’t know any vets who wouldn’t greet him and treat him as a fellow vet but would also express their disapproval and disagreement with him.

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