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  • April 18, 2014 at 11:34am

    First off, it’s definitely NOT from outer space or some distant planet. If it were, it certainly wouldn’t be leaving exhaust trails (a.k.a.”contrails”) that are primarilly created by the burning of fossil fuels. After all, there are precious few BP stations in outer space. Where would a little green man fill his tank, play his lottery numbers, and get a Slurpie between Earth and the Andromeda galaxy?

    The shape of the thing looks an awful lot like an antique YB-38, which was the first “flying wing”, developed in the 1950′s, and said to be the precursor to the modern Stealth bomber. The original design was abandoned after a few test flights because it was too difficult to control, but with the advent of modern computer stabilization, the basic design was incorporated into the Stealth.

    Or it could just be a flaming Frisbee… it’s time for my nap.

  • April 16, 2014 at 10:25am

    “Possession of a hoax device”? Did he have Obama’s book “Dreams of My Father” in his book bag?

    Anyway, this wing-nut needs to get a haircut, put on some normal clothes, and get himself a real job.
    He claims to be a fashion designer / “Performance Artist”… which is just a fancy way of saying “terminally unemployed”.

  • April 15, 2014 at 11:31am

    One of my hobbies is flying radio-controlled airplanes. Several hobby manufacturers now make what are called “Ultra Micro” airplanes, with wingspans no larger than 20 inches. Although they are fun to fly, you must have a calm, wind-free day to take them up. Even with their computer controlled gyro stabilization,a slight breeze will play havoc with them, and if the wind picks up to more than about 5 mph, don’t even bother taking your tiny airplane out of the box, as you’ll likely lose it to the wind, possibly forever.

    In other words, don’t worry about itty-bitty drones, at least not yet. The technology isn’t developed enough to make something that will be able to do anything frightening… at least not yet. Until then, keep your sights (literally) on the big “multi-rotor” drones that the gub’nint is already using.

  • March 26, 2014 at 10:09am

    Slow news day, huh?

  • March 20, 2014 at 11:10am

    Yes, he’s probably going to require medical treatment, but please, we must keep our voices low so we don’t disturb the person who’s about to putt on the next green. Just let that guy smolder until we take a commercial break.

  • March 20, 2014 at 10:34am

    C’mon, people, take it easy on this kid. There was a time when I would have done the same thing, and I bet’cha lots of other folks here can say the same. Doesn’t anybody remember their teenage years? Remember feeling like you were indestructible, immortal, and that rules were only written for “other people”? I’m 53 years old now, but being a wild kid who would do anything, just to say that I did it, doesn’t seem like that long ago.

    Nowadays, the only activity most teenagers engage in is playing video games while stuffing their faces with junk-food. Screw that – if I was still a kid, I’d be hanging out with Justin Casquejo… and his mom would probably say that I was a bad influence on him. Hee-hee!

  • March 18, 2014 at 1:30pm

    Big deal… I deleted my Facebook page / account about a month after I created it in early 2009, and haven’t been on any other social media websites since. This guy acts as if he’s going through drug rehab or something.

    Social medial has way too many socialists (go figure). When I would post something on my Facebook page that the Liberals found offensive, which was as often as I could, I would get hammered by scores of Obama worshiping weenie-benders. I figured that just forgetting about the whole thing would be the best course of action, and after 5 years, it seems I’ve made the right decision.

  • March 18, 2014 at 1:19pm

    They changed the names, too. “Frosted Flakes” used to be called “Sugar Frosted Flakes, “Corn Pops” used to be “Sugar Pops”, etc. Does anyone remember Super Sugar Crisp, Frosty-O’s, or Quisp & Quake?

    Somebody needs to put “Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs” on the market to appease all of us “Calvin & Hobbes” fans!

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  • March 17, 2014 at 2:38pm

    The guy who wrote the “study” is named Nafeez Ahmed. There is nothing more that anyone needs to know after learning that fact. Seriously – “Nafeez Ahmed”? Gee… I wonder if he’s a Progressive Democrat? I bet he picks his nose at the dinner table, too.

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  • March 17, 2014 at 1:00pm

    Although I know that it wouldn’t be right, I wonder if anybody will be carrying signs and shouting obscenities at Mr. Phelps’ funeral. I doubt that it will happen, but if it does, so be it. The WBC protesters have done so much to give all Christians a bad name.

    Perhaps if this hate-filled man and his family are allowed to have a peaceful funeral service, they might think about the misery they have caused for so many others. Then again, as the members of the WBC don’t seem to care about anyone but their own, I bet nothing will change.

    Wouldn’t it be something if the WBC protesters protested at Mr. Phelps’ funeral? Could they actually be that crazy? Hmmm…

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  • March 14, 2014 at 1:46pm

    Bacon, there is a song by a comedian titled “Why Don’t We All Just Go on Welfare?” (smokin’ and drinkin’ and makin’ babies all day…)

    I can’t remember the name of the guy who did the song, but if you can find the song on the ‘net, please let me knlw who it did it.

  • March 14, 2014 at 1:01pm

    Here’s the deal… Marcia Radosevich heard that Nancy Pelosi is finally going to retire after 137 years, so Ms. Radosevich is practicing to fill Pelosi’s vacant postion. She’ll be packing her broomstick and poison apples, and moving to San Francisco just as soon as her little Nazi thing is forgotten by the local media, which should happen in about 5…4…3…2…

    However, the rumors about Al Franken relocating to Florida have yet to be verified.

  • March 13, 2014 at 12:11pm

    I just spit my lunch all over my ‘puter screen. Thanks for the laugh, MasterKey!

  • March 12, 2014 at 1:21pm

    Canada has socialized health care, so they have to monitor what people are eating in order to cut costs on medical care. For example, they don’t want folks with high blood pressure to be eating potato chips and drinking soda, because when they have a heart attack from eating those things, the government has to pick up the tab for the hospital bill. It’s a good thing that America doesn’t have socialized health care, huh? Oh, wait a minute… turns out that we do… bummer.


    What Canada, and eventually America will have in the not-too-distant future is a system where supermarkets will have fingerprint readers at every check-out, linked to a government database. Everyone will be required to scan their fingerprints before purchasing “unhealthy” food. If the government thinks you’re too fat, no cookies & soda for you! High blood pressure? Put those chips down, buddy!

    Just wait… it’s coming. Ain’t government wonderful?

  • March 11, 2014 at 2:59pm

    Well, sure… it’s New York City, and the unions are involved. What did you expect? I bet if Mr. Koch would have donated that money to the nurses union, they would’ve gladly accepted the gift.

    What I find truly amazing in this story is the picture of Mr. Koch’s apartment. Think about it… here’s one of the wealthiest men in America, and he chooses to live in that festering pustule of a disease-filled barf-bag known as New York City… and in an APARTMENT, no less. If I had the money that the Koch Brothers have, I surely wouldn’t live anywhere N.Y.C., and if I actually had to live there for some inexplicable reason, I would at least buy a house on a decent sized piece of land. Even if I owned the apt. building, which he probably does, I surely wouldn’t live there.

  • March 11, 2014 at 12:09pm

    Whaaa-whaaa-whaaa… how does it feel, Ms. Feinstein, to have your “rights” violated like an ordinary American citizen? The NSA, the CIA, the IRS, and numerous other government agencies have been spying on every-day Americans for years. Where is your outrage over those Constitutional violations?

    Do you think that since you’ve lied your way into the U.S. Senate for the past few decades, that you’re somehow “special”, and should be given special treatment by your own government peers? Well, that isn’t going to happen, no matter how much you whine. You should know better than most people that the evil government that you are part of is evil in All respects, and will not hesitate to slaughter it’s own members if they draw attention to something that makes them look bad.

    Ya’ might wanna start watching your back, Diane, now that you’ve kicked the hornet’s nest.

  • March 11, 2014 at 9:43am

    I don’t see what the problem is… after all, when did stoners start caring about their appearance? I bet most of them let their whacked-out doper friends cut their hair after they get all red-eyed, walkin’ sideways, falling down, coockie munching buzzed. That is, if they ever get their hair cut at all. Did’ja ever see and smell a stoner with filthy, matted, stinking “dreadlocks”? …this is your hair on drugs!

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  • March 11, 2014 at 9:35am

    FYI, Zapparules… Frank Zappa was very strongly against recreational drug use, and most likely would not approve of a stoner using his name to promote the use of marijuana or any other conscience-altering drug. Maybe you should change your handle to “FiddyCentRules”.

  • March 10, 2014 at 12:51pm

    I made up my mind a long time ago that I would not accept a job at any business that required me to work on Sundays. I made that decision after working quite a few different jobs that were rotating shift, “swing shift”, or some other variant of sleep depriving, health damaging, employment.

    The Bible teaches us that the Sabbath (I know, I know… the Sabbath is technically Saturday) should be observed and dedicated to worship and relaxation. Sounds pretty good to me! It wasn’t too long ago, back in the ’80′s, that here in Pennsylvania, a person would be hard-pressed to find a gas station or grocery store open on a Sunday, let alone a restaurant or a bar. Nowadays, everything is open on Sunday, and many businesses are open ’round the clock, 24 / 7. That just ain’t right. The only places of business that should be open on Sunday or after 9:00 p.m. are hospitals. Of course, bars can stay open ’till 2 a.m. or whenever, but not restaurants. If you can’t get something to eat before that, then be honest, you’re not using your time very wisely.

    If everyone would simply refuse to work on Sundays, including restaurant employees, things could get back to the way they used to be, and the website in the story could be taken down. Seriously.. Sundays are for church, so why not go to church, and enjoy the rest of the day?

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