DHL doesn’t handle domestic parcel shipping. They are primarily an international service.
February 15, 2015 at 5:51pm
Many companies, including my home-based business, no longer present checks to the bank directly. Instead, they run them through a check scanner and the data is uploaded to a clearinghouse. The company is credited for the check minus a small service fee.
What should have happened is the Comcast employee that processed the check should have flagged it as incorrect. The fact that they didn’t tells me all I need to know about the working environment, that bringing attention to an obvious problem is neither rewarded or expected at Comcast.
I used them for ten years, and I’ll go without before I ever use them again. Comcast sucks a big one.
 February 9, 2015 at 3:59pm
I don’t know a lot about Katy Perry, other than reading about her younger life as the daughter of Pastors but consider this – Perry is part of the Hollywood swamp, where espousing a belief in God or anything connected to Christianity can cost a person their career. Being connected to God or Christianity must mean you’re a conservative, that you have morals and you judge people, at least in the minds of the powerful entertainment execs.
She has been touched by God, and I’m willing to bet at some point in her life, when her singing career is waning, she will find her way back to the Lord. She is an example of the prodigal son. We are not the ones to judge her, only God can do that. We can only pray that her road back to the Lord is short.
 December 5, 2014 at 2:31pm
We can. It’s those that deny Him that we want to get that excited for the Lord.
November 24, 2014 at 10:45am
Undoubtedly, turning his life around. Just had to pick up a few dollars so he could afford to make a demo of his new rap piece.
November 24, 2014 at 8:52am
If the scenarios you’ve laid out were to come true, then suppression of religious freedom would be the least of our problems. We have the 2nd Amendment for a reason, and it’s to prevent the society you’ve described from happening. If the patriots in this country won’t risk their lives to prevent this, then it really is game over.
WWII vets traveled on ships to Europe and the Pacific to defeat two major enemies of freedom. Now those enemies live among us thanks to the weakling policies of recent Presidents and Congress. The day of reckoning is coming. As much as I would prefer to not take a life, I’d have no problem training my weapon on any enemy of freedom and denying my kids and theirs the joy of freedom.
Let those who think we live in a terrible country read it and understand, we will never submit.
November 19, 2014 at 11:51am
I was wondering – did FEMA go after all the wasted money given to the Katrina refugees that went to Houston?
I guess not. They were the politically correct pigmentation.
November 14, 2014 at 9:53am
A fine soft drink made by the Uneeda Screw & Bolt company
November 12, 2014 at 8:54am
HBO is an anti-American bunch of Hollywood elitists that pee on this country whenever they can. When my TV provider, Verizon, added their channels for free, I called them and demanded they turn them off. The boob on the phone was so surprised that anyone would do such a thing, she was speechless and had to consult with her manager.
Turn off HBO, even if it’s free and send them a message that they are unwelcome in the home of any right thinking person or family.
Game of Thrones and True Detective mate. No way missing those.
 November 5, 2014 at 6:06pm
Who cares what her name is? She’s useless.
 November 5, 2014 at 6:03pm
For years, the Hare Krishna, among others, were the traveling public’s worst enemy because of their insistence on hanging out in the airports and proselytizing nearly everyone. They were allowed to do this because airports in most areas are considered public space.
The man in the video does have the right but not an obligation to proselytize a captive audience. Standing on a street corner is much better, even in the subway station itself is OK. No one should be forced to listen, and that’s what he was doing. Unfortunately, the creature in the offensive T-shirt was not the person to convince him to give it a rest.
I am in agreement with the man’s message, just not the way he’s delivering it.
[-1] November 5, 2014 at 5:56pm
You are so full of it, it must be painful to be you.
November 5, 2014 at 9:54am
On October 31, Oblowme was in Providence RI to speak to a collection of moonbats. At 7:30am that morning, I’m enjoying my morning coffee, watching some local news on the tube, when the distinctive roar and whoosh of a fighter, in this case an F-15, nearly made me pass coffee through my nose as it went over my house by less than 2000 feet.
Being just 30 seconds by air from Providence, it turned out some dope flew a helicopter into the restricted airspace that is imposed when the POTUS is visiting somewhere. Two fighters were scrambled from Westfield AFB in MA and were attempting (and succeeded) in chasing the helicopter down. This happened because the helicopter pilot did not answer the calls to his aircraft.
There is nothing like the sound signature of an American fighter jet, and yes, it is the sound of freedom. Got some great pictures of the jets too. Wish I could share them here.
October 27, 2014 at 7:12pm
Don’t kick me bro, don’t kick me!
 October 16, 2014 at 11:53am
The nice thing about a sales tax is even illegals have to pay it.
October 8, 2014 at 9:48pm
Obviously not fast enough
October 6, 2014 at 12:05pm
And when they can’t meet one, they just rape ‘em and impregnant ‘em.
 October 6, 2014 at 12:02pm
Because someone has to fight leftists like you
 October 3, 2014 at 2:31pm
New York is a “one-party” state meaning that only one party to a conversation needs to be aware that a recording is being made. However, a quote from the Commercial Law Connection:
“…a New York appellate court has held that those who talk in the presence of parties outside the conversation may not have an expectation of privacy in the conversation and therefore may not have a cause of action under New York law should the conversation be recorded.
2 If the conversation is in a quiet, secluded setting, so as to warrant an expectation of privacy to the communication, then eavesdropping and wiretapping laws come into play.”
 October 3, 2014 at 2:26pm
New York has what’s known as a “one-party” law. However, quoted from The Commercial Law Connection:
“…a New York appellate court has held that those who talk in the presence of parties outside the conversation may not have an expectation of privacy in the conversation and therefore may not have a cause of action under New York law should the conversation be recorded.2 If the conversation is in a quiet, secluded setting, so as to warrant an expectation of privacy to the communication, then eavesdropping and wiretapping laws come into play.”