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  • September 30, 2014 at 11:08am

    I know, I spelled “prostitute” wrong, and should have used the word “indiscretion”. Gimme some slack. Those 2 hits of LSD must have screwed my brain up.

  • September 30, 2014 at 11:02am

    Well, let’s see… I don’t much care for wine, as it tastes like grape juice that has gone bad. Oh, wait, that’s because it IS grape juice that has gone bad. Therefore, I’ve spent less than $20 on wine in my 53 years of existance.

    However, I used to buy and smoke weed back in my younger daze, although I only did it because everyone else did it… I never really liked the feeling of a weed buzz. I’m also guilty of buying exactly 2 hits of LSD, and maybe an “8-ball” of cocaine back in the early ’80′s, and I’ll admit to procuring the services of a prostitue once while I was in the U.S. Army, also back in the early ’80′s.

    Therefore, I stand openly, as a proud United States citizen who has spent more on drugs and prostitutes that I have spent on wine. Geeze, I hope I don’t get shipped out to the U.K. for my admitted discretions. They have lousy weather there!

    Let’s just not mention the amount of money I’ve spent on beer and cigarettes… that would no doubt put me into an entirely different category.

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  • [12] September 30, 2014 at 10:39am

    If anybody approached, he would stand his ground and say “Nee” until he was brrought an shrubbery. Not “a shrubbery”, mind you, but “an shrubbery”.

  • September 30, 2014 at 10:14am

    I can’t believe in the whole “rapture” thing, because it was completely unheard of until about 100 years ago, give or take a few years. I’m reasonably certain that no new books, chapters, or verses have been added to the Holy Bible in the past 100 years, so how did the idea of the Rapture come into being?

    I’m not being sarcastic, and I’m not saying this to offend anyone. I am by no means a biblical scholar, although I am a Born Again Christian. I don’t attend church as often as I should, and perhaps because of that, I have many questions to ask the Lord when I finally meet Him… questions concerning how some things in the Bible seem to contradict others, and why did he put that stupid tree in the Garden of Eden in the first place? Bad move, if you ask me… I mean, really, He could’ve planted the darn thing somewhere in Antarctica… would’ve saved Him a bunch of trouble.

    Regardless, I’ll go see the movie. I watched the 3 older “Left Behind” movies on Netflix last week, and they were actually pretty good. Check ‘em out if you have time.

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  • [1] September 30, 2014 at 9:42am

    DZ – thet already do that in California. They can legally take somebody’s car for just about any reason in that ultra-liberal state. Smoking the tires, modifying the state mandated (and power choking) exhaust, trying to sneak an older vehicle through an emissions test by adding Coleman lantern fuel to the fuel tank, etc., are all offenses that can lead to forfeiture of the vehicle. The problem here seems to be the inability or unwillingness of the police to catch these idiots.

    After confiscation, the vehicles are then scarpped and crushed. The resulting cube of crushed metal is then shipped to China, where it is recycled into bicycles, housewares, and other trinkets and bobbles that will be sold back to American consumers.

    I’m so glad that I moved out of California in 1985! Never going back… not ever!

  • September 29, 2014 at 2:38pm

    Hey people, all we need to do is stop going to any fast-food places if the workers unionize and get the $15 / hr. that they’re demanding. If the fast-food places lose enough business, they’ll close their doors, the unions will be squeezed out, and the crybabies will be silenced… and out of a job.

    However, being as the aforementioned scenario could produce millions of out-of-work people, as well as a slight economic downturn, we should all prepare for such an event by stockpiling necessities such as canned food and ammunition.

  • [-1] September 26, 2014 at 11:45am

    Seriously – it’s your husband. Hasn’t he already seen you naked? And if not, can’t you wait until you’re both home together to show the guy what you look like sans clothing?

    I’m thinking that there is something in the water supply in the Hollywood & Los Angeles area that makes everyone WAY more horny than they should normally be. As evidence, I offer the above story, as well as all the tabloid stories about which celebrities are knocked-up (again) and those who have recently popped out yet another future Liberal Democrat voter.

  • [2] September 26, 2014 at 11:38am

    Sure, Barber2, flouride is just fine! After all, the govt. has been polluting our drinking water with it for over 50 years now…

    Chemicals that harm people are fine with the EPA & DEP. It’s only the things that might possibly, in some very insignificant way, do a tiny bit of harm to the rocks, cockraoaches, and weeds that they’re concerned with. If they were worried about the mercury in dental amalgam, they would outlaw the use of it, as it has been proven to cause serious health problems in people… but they don’t care about people (unless they’re big donors to the DNC).

  • [1] September 26, 2014 at 9:42am

    So in reality, what is happening here is censorship. Rob Schnieder expressed his opinion, which happened to differ from the mainstream crybabies. Because of that, those same mainstream crybabies are now doing everything in their power to see that Mr. Schnieder is silenced, no matter what he happens to be saying, even if it’s just a harmless re-hash of a once popular comedy skit.

    What if Rob Schnieder get a job as an auto mechanic or electrician? Are the crybabies going to give him bad reviews on “Angies List”, or perhaps protest with picket signs outside of the building he works in? Good Lord, people, the last time I checked, Americans were still allowed to express their opinions without fear of repercussions from those with the opposite point of veiw.

    And by the way – I think it’s more than just coincidence that autism rate among America’s children is skyrocketing as mandatory vaccinations are forced upon them. It might not be the actual vaccines that are causing autism, but did’ja ever consider that maybe our wonderful government could be tainting some of the medications on purpose? After all, they’re the same folks who added lethal chemicals to bootleg booze during prohibition, just to try to discourage people from drinking. Hundreds of thousands of autistic children who reach voting age would be a serious benefit for the Democrats who want to “protect and provide” for everyone…

    I’m just stating my opinion. You wanna do something about it?

  • [1] September 22, 2014 at 12:55pm

    Check the intersection – no stop lights, signs, or anything else to regulate the cross-flow of traffic. They probably intalled the video camera knowing that it was just a matter of time before an accident happened. I bet’cha there are people sitting around in the Russian traffic monitoring office with popcorn & beverages, just watching all the smash-ups, and laughing like idiots when they happen.

    Youtube has countless hours of traffic accidents, and most of them seem to take place in Russia or other Eastern European areas, where there are no traffic lights, signs, or any other type of traffic guidance devices. The really dramatic crashes happen when a car smashes into one of those pop-up cement barriers that “magically” rise out of the pavement in order to prevent traffic from entering a certain area – with no warning whatsoever! Driving in that area of the world must be absolutely terrifying!

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  • [6] September 22, 2014 at 12:02pm

    Yeah, sure, there are ’55 Chevy’s just cluttering up the landscape everywhere I look, huh? In reality, classic cars are getting harder to find every day, and the prices for them are reaching ridiculous levels.

    Knowing that, this jerk decides to butcher one of the best looking cars of all time by turning it into a drag racer, with wheel tubs and other modifications that would be next-to-impossible to return to original configuration. Then he decides that his driving skills are so good that he should hammer it down the quarter-mile without even installing the correct safety devices. What a complete and total jerk! He doesn’t deserve to own a classic car. And… who was the tech inspector who let this car through the pre-race inspection?

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  • [3] September 17, 2014 at 12:48pm

    Slyfist, you’ve obviously never had a teenage girl pull out in front of your motorcycle while she’s texting or yakkity-yak-ing to her “BFF”. I have, on numerous occasions. It’s just too bad that there are laws prohibiting the public pummelling of idiots, because I can always use a bit more excercise.

    Perhaps we should just forget the legal penalties, and pass a law that permits cell-addicted drivers to be beaten to a pulp by anyone they endanger? Works for me!

  • [-4] September 17, 2014 at 12:40pm

    All I can say is — it’s about friggin’ time! All motorcyclists, pedestrians, and people who actually drive their cars properly are happy about this invention. If you happen to be one of those cell phone addicted drivers who constantly endanger other people with your lack of common courtesy and disregard for the safety of others, then perhaps this invention will finally bring justice to the rest of us.

    Although the punishment for using a cell phone while driving is only a slap on the wrist such as a fine or suspension of license, if it were up to me, I would surgically remove your hands… with a chainsaw.

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  • September 3, 2014 at 9:22am

    I walked through the “Rivers Casino” in Pittsburgh, PA a few weeks ago, to try out the all-you-can-eat lunch buffet (which was okay, but not worth going back). It was mostly just aisle after aisle of old people sitting at video poker machines. So sad, not to mention a horrible waste of money.

    The only form of “gambling” I’ve ever participated in is occasionally buying a ticket to win a car or motorcycle from local non-profit organizations. I’ve never won, and never expect to, and don’t know what I would even do with yet another car or motorcycle if I actually did win.

    Maybe people are just finally realizing that gambling is nothing more than a foolish waste of money, and that their money would be better used to pay for necessities, or simply saved for the future. I find it hard to believe that an entire industry has been build on gambling… Are there really that many stupid people in the world? Oh, wait… Never mind.

  • [1] September 3, 2014 at 8:50am

    Easy solution here – just change the law to state that no makeup of any kind is permitted when driver license photos are made, for anyone, regardless of gender or their preferred gender. No makeup includes dyed or colored hair, false eyelashes, colored contact lenses, etc. In other words, a person must look like their real self, and not what they wish they looked like.

    I consider makeup and hair coloring to be a form of lying. It’s a case of “what you see isn’t really what you get”. I don’t try to convince people that I’m better looking than I actually am, with makeup, or any other means, because I came to the realization decades ago that I’m not very good looking, and that’s just the way it is. This is what I look like, and if you have a problem with that, then don’t look at me. I’m smart, talented in many ways, and try my best to be a “good person”. If my outward appearance makes somebody think less of me, then I’m better off not having a person like that as a friend.

    Why can’t everybody be like that, instead of always worrying about what they look like?

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  • [2] September 3, 2014 at 8:11am

    Yeah, maybe she’ll get the White House. But don’t forget that Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh both told us that there was NO WAY that Obama would ever win a second term. I stopped listening to all talk radio the day after the “election”.

    The presidency will be given to the person who promises to spend the most money on the largest group, as long as they secretly promise to NEVER reduce the national debt or go back to the Gold Standard. The last U.S. president who thought about fooling around with those things was JFK, and look how that turned out…

  • [6] August 29, 2014 at 10:32am

    You’re a smart woman, Patriot Momma. It’s too bad that if (when) America gets involved, the “small strikes” and a drone bombing here and there is exactly what will be done. The enemy will simply retreat, regroup, and get stronger. Eventually, the polls will show that Americans are growing tired of that particular game, so another, even more fierce and sinister enemy will be found to waste more American blood and treasure on. I see a never-ending game, using Americans as pawns, and the rules being dictated to them via the P.C. police and the media.

  • [2] August 29, 2014 at 10:05am

    I know this is gonna generate some controversy, but this old Conservative Libertarian (me) is going with Colmes on this issue. Yeah, I can’t believe it, either.

    I’ve been getting the feeling more and more that all the brew-ha-ha that’s being fed to us via the media, including Fox News, is just to garner our support for more military action in the Middle East. Once the polls show that enough people support it, America will once again be sending troops and equipment into a situation that will be orchestrated into another long, drawn-out mess, with no hope of a successful ending. More Americans will die, but the manufacturers of tanks, bombs, and other military equipment will reap huge profits… again. And America’s national debt will be increased by another couple trillion dollars… again.

    If America would just get the hell out of the Middle East, and stay out, the Muslims would in all likelihood just go back to fighting amongst themselves, which is what they do best.

    I believe we’re being lied to… again. It’s time to wake up and smell the coffee, America!

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  • [1] August 28, 2014 at 10:16am

    Why is it that there always must be somebody else to “interpret” what the Holy Bible says or means? Why do priests, pastors, and other leaders or every branch of Christianity feel that they must impose their particular take on every single word in the Bible upon their followers?

    Howzabout this – just read the book, without somebody else telling you what to think or what they believe certain things mean or don’t mean. Just read it, and if a particular story or passage inspires you or changes your outlook, just “go with it”.

    If a group of 100 people all read Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road” or Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick”, or any other book, alone, without discussing it amoung themselves, they would all find different things about the book interesting and important, and other things less interesting. Once they all sat down together to discuss the book, surely somebody would try to assume the role as “group leader” and try to convince the group that certain parts of it actually meant something other than what was on the pages.

    Although I believe that The Holy Bible is the word of God, I also believe that it should be left to the reader to interpret what is inside, and that it was written in the manner in which it was to convey just that. There is no reason for “Bible scholars” of any given religion to tell us what the word of God means. It means what it says – nothing more and nothing less.

    And while I’m on the subject, read “The Book of Enoch”.

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  • [3] August 25, 2014 at 3:03pm

    So what… I still listen to vinyl records, being that there has been no music produced that is even worth listening to since the early (pre Beatles) 1960′s. And no, it’s not that I’m old, although I am… I just loathe technology. And the Beatles.

    Ludites unite!

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