User Profile: NukeHaze


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  • [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.

  • August 4, 2014 at 1:32pm

    Usually find some wisdom in your comments Rad but unfortunately none today. Kyle is far more honorable than Jessie. Jessie Ventura has well established his own reputation for who he is and so did Kyle who, by the way, was not able to refute Ventura in that court. It does not matter what the truth is in court, what matters is what is presented in court on court day. We have a basic right to our own opinions and I certainly believe Ventura to be a dirtbag who is well renowned for running his mouth as a pro wrestler villain in the WWF. Kyle never named Ventura in the publishing of his book. I have it and have read it. I suggest you do the same.

  • [1] August 4, 2014 at 1:27pm

    Jessie is a media ho. I personally think he has short and long term memory problems not due exclusively to substance abuse during his years as a WWF wrestler. He learned a lot about talking smack then. The problem comes when he enters real life and finds that when the outcome of a battle is not predetermined and he gets into a scuffle on what he considers his turf while running his trap like he did as a pro rassler, someone treats him to a real unexpected hit and it was not prerehearsed and did not have a practiced response. Jesse has been living in his own little X-Files La La Landia for a while that peaked when he was killed in the first Predator movie.

    Chris Kyle is far more credible even in death than Ventura ever has been in life through my observations. I do not care what some here have said about the jury and the lawyers… what matters is what is presented in court on court day, not the truth apparently. Kyle had Navy SEALs corroborating his story as well even though he declined to name Ventura in the actual book but when pressed… for some time on the identity during a radio interview, he finally did relent. Chris was not able to defend himself and unfortunately we will never see that case be determined with Ventura and Kyle rather than Ventura against his widow that most people believed he could never have won. Regardless if it is insurance paying, it will always look like Ventura was attacking Chris’ widow. I don’t know any real vets who question Kyle’s account

  • [2] August 2, 2014 at 4:43am

    This Obama is the same one who said that a Bush missile defense shield was as far fetched as the star wars system was in the 80′s as portrayed in the movie Spies Like Us… the Hollywood feel good about communism movie with a handful of funny lines. Every day that goes by makes me more ticked that Ukraine and the Czech Republic and former Soviet block countries were abandoned by Obama taking away their promised treatise missile shields so that Obo could get a better position deeper up Putin’s backside… and Putin wants nothing to do with the Obo amateur radical anti anti capitalist pseudo communist totalitarian wannabe child pharaoh dictator from la la landia.

  • July 21, 2014 at 2:02am

    Never heard of a Jay Faux mask. Under the photo. I had always thought it was a Guy Fawkes mask ala V for Vendetta and its history. Just wondering if I am wrong please let me know.

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  • [4] July 18, 2014 at 3:16pm

    It is the Silver Surfer.

  • [4] July 14, 2014 at 1:15pm

    Really “Capn”? You normally sounded to be far less hypocritical and more respectable. Then again you weren’t criticizing me in that rant were you… or were you?

    Just wondering by your usage of the term “Mormonism” or “mormonism” as if you are trying to insinuate it to be a “cult” as I saw taught in the methodist and baptist in the South who would take the time to bash unpaid lay clergy if they saw missionaries in their neighborhood the following Sunday. They seemed to ignore Jehovah witness. If you wonder what they teach about other Christian sects, why not go and attend Church there sometime?

    See I am just wondering where you believe that Latter Day Saint or as you call them “mormonists” do NOT have the right to say they are Christians much less persecuted Christians. Do they not have that right when it is indeed a FACT that Mormons ARE Christians and what you have said makes you believe that Mormons are in fact not Christian and that they believe no other Christians are persecuted. If you attended a “mormonist” service aka Sacrement service, you would easily find that Mormons do know all too well the persecution and wrongful prosecution of all disciples of Christ… especially the martyrs who have paid with their lives. Mormons are particular about history and recover EVERYTHING that they can and store it forever. I would have been asking more like if the Church was willing to put all of what original documents related to the Book of Abraham on display

  • [6] July 14, 2014 at 1:03pm

    Wondering why, Dave Urbanski, you would hurt your article by citing a RAG (Salt Lake Tribune) newspaper which has always been known to be an anti Mormon paper from its inception and an apostate who WAS some Utah Legislator who lost his way and political followers there and likely his career for same reason who was neither some scholastic genius professor expert translator himself nor has ever laid eyes on the existing remaining papyri and other items that were said to have been used as original text reference?

    Did you try reading the Book of Abraham in the Pearl of Great Price for article material?

    We are seeing many things lately said by some spokesman or article writer or whatever (ooOOOoo an essay now according to article as official press release directly for the Prophet is it? Didn’t think so).

    The priesthood revelations for the Church were explained specifically in the scriptures you seem to have avoided using as reference.

    Dave what you represent here as the Church doing something actually is not the Church doing it. Neither is the Church calling Joseph Smith a liar or deceiver which seems to be the arguments of some of those who always bash Mormons when the word comes up.

    Future reference… the Deseret News is the only real newspaper in the valley there.

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  • [1] July 14, 2014 at 12:28pm

    So it is called “Beer Towel”???


    This guy sounds to have checked out before brains were being passed out at public school. I can respect and admire a good father and to treat women with tremendous respect. What this is… is nothing short of stupid giving away his identity and credentials… etc. with no idea how much he will be used himself and now even his daughter in the future by the people there. He has given her a piece of real estate in Egypt… or the Sudan but sounds more like Egypt in the article just named after Sudan… the size of a single wide trailer in a land where even the title of “princess” is worthless to all men. Harems are respected and females cannot even drive as sharia continues to regress everyone to the dark ages. It is strange how much the progressive people have allied themselves with REGRESSIVE sharia types (we who are Christians receive far more critique for our principles and values than middle eastern arab types do) as if they either AGREE with them or they are trying to APPEASE what they perceive as their biggest foe… the pushback by extreme “conservative” (this is not conservative in the way that we Americans consider it to be… this is barbaric caliphate stuff) muslim culture against progressive movements as were Overton type sways in history though now we see a global scale of political swings. The calipha do not accept women for any more than ornaments except in giving birth for the males to make more disposable figh

  • [2] July 14, 2014 at 12:15pm

    Padlocks are not good enough for this guy. However, straight to the barracks with 2 “buddies” to help him adjust sounds to me like he is under house arrest with 2 MPs. Any other soldier would be handled differently and would be facing the UCMJ more quickly. For many, their home is the stockade or the brig while they await their court martial. This sounds to me like he is unofficially awaiting court martial to determine if he was indeed a traitor and has a security escort for his protection as well as to make sure he can only go where he is allowed to go.

  • July 11, 2014 at 12:20pm

    Some of the same will go out of their way as audiophiles to obtain vacuum tube amplifiers for sound in their stereos. The higher end amps that have high end tubes in them have excellent sound but I must say that I cannot tell the difference in warmth from high end transistor and high end tube amplifiers. Carver made them. Samsung has a $1500 sound bar system with tubes the same price as a Bose non tube sound bar and sub.

  • July 11, 2014 at 12:05pm

    It could be done from a drone, however. You would just have to land to reload. With all those fireworks going off in 360 degree spheres of explosive beauty, it is likely you would never notice if someone were to be shooting a roman candle at you from inside of the display. The fireworks themselves are targeting everything within view of them exploding.

  • [1] July 11, 2014 at 12:01pm

    Finishing a thought there, they would get the Wright brothers for back fees and not having paid for air time if they could get the money out of it. What progressive Marxists do not understand is very easy, basic, and logical to understand. If they over tax a market so it cannot make money like they are doing the market like general aviation, so much so that it cannot make profit and exist, then there is no reason for there to be an FAA at all and TSA and etc. They will tax their income source into nonexistence. instead of understanding that by reducing fees and restraint, they unleash it and make more money in the end just like the Laffer curve for taxes. They limit the pie when instead, they should be providing more pathways to make more pies. They are so limited and finite in their thinking likely related to atheism and thinking that mankind is the end all be all. THEY WILL MAKE MORE MONEY IF THEY ACTUALLY TAX LESS.

  • [1] July 11, 2014 at 11:55am

    Fee for flying. I bet they would tax the Wright brothers’ estate for flight fees, dues, and back taxes on it for all attempts at flight before and after their 111 ft success. Just think about it… you are taxed for being able to float on the air above you. Any helium balloons released with cameras much ever? What about model rocketry? Model rocketry is highly dampered if you start getting to where you could privately fund something that could get in the upper atmosphere. I hate to invoke it but the movie Astronaut Farmer shows govt overreach but puts it all on the military instead of the regulatory organizations and NASA where the true pressure would be coming from. I would be surprised if they do not start regulating and commanding inspection of everything intended for flight that is over 2.2 lbs or 1Kg in mass due to the potential damage it may do to other things beneath it. If it only on your property and in the airspace over it, you should have say over it. Of course I guess that means flyover states open another can of worms with taxing planes for flying over them in the air above if there were no FAA. How about just leave us alone and let us fly our model RC planes?

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