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orionreplay6607

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  • October 5, 2014 at 5:48am

    I have to totally agree with your comment. After the initial collision Dakota begins wheeling backwards at a furious rate. The other boy, Greg, continues to threaten, throwing punches as the weaker Dakota knows he is in over his head.

    I think Dakota, regardless of our perceptions of his sexual orientation, was attempting to face his tormentor. I believe Greg was the bully and Dakota was very overwhelmed in the confrontation.

  • [5] September 21, 2014 at 5:31am

    But it wasn’t their dog barking.

  • September 12, 2014 at 5:49am

    It was not the Security. That is highly suspect. It was leadership in the school and their expressed views. Security was simply trying to comply with those views. Now the leadership, having been outed, blame the Security who was simply trying to do their job and hope this will go away.

    If you believe it started and ended at the Security officer, you took the bait. Security does NOT make school policy. They simply enforce.

  • September 12, 2014 at 5:42am

    I checked several 3-astericked email addresses I made-up out of thin air and all but one returned as being on the hacked list. I then added my own with 3 astericks randomly placed, and it returned a negative response.

  • [4] September 12, 2014 at 5:33am

    As military, I see zero offense in their tweet. They sold nothing, promoted nothing, and simply displayed their logo, a teddy bear, wearing fatigues and the flag. Remember when everyone had flags flapping from their vehicles?

    What I believe happens, is one or two are truly offended, for whatever their personal reasons. But as other gawkers catch on, people love to make someone feel bad. They jump on the proverbial band wagon to continue to express faked disgust. In short time, Build A Bear really felt they had made a mistake and pull the tweet to satisfy their assumed customer base.

    Guaranteed, their supposed customer base simply high-fived themselves that they were involved in making a company feel bad and it producing results. In honesty, these people have never stepped foot in a Build A Bear. They were not customers of Build A Bear. They simply liked making a fuss and moved on to the next thing to complain about.

  • [7] June 27, 2014 at 5:59am

    As an owner of multiple weimaraners, current friend at 10 years old, these are not threatening dogs. They are large and they bark loudly, but that is all. The owner may have specifically trained the dog for aggression, but it would have been against the instinctual nature of the breed.

    Instead, as I have seen it with my Weims, people assume the worse because they are bigger than a normal run of the mill dog. They tend to take to commands and control quite well. They only aim to please and sleep on your couch. They are sporting dogs, not attack dogs.

    My guess is this idiot wandered into private property and the large dog came to investigate. It most likely barked. They will even approach, but 99.99% of the time it is to sniff and then will jump on you to greet you. Police Officer saw large dog barking and angered at his predicament he stupidly put himself in, shot the dog to right the situation instead of actually seeing if the dog was aggressive, or simply backing out. A lost child would not be back there, obviously.

  • [57] June 23, 2014 at 5:03am

    I agree. He represents the same anti-gun mindset that will also expels a child for having a Pop Tart in the shape of a gun or twirling a pencil in ones fingers. They live their lives fighting to rid us of firearms and come up with a million reasons and statistics to back their case. And tell us it is no laughing matter.

    Yet here it’s all just a joke, like for a moment Biden has forgotten this same language would have had the cops at my door or my child expelled from school. It sickens me how “Do as I say, Not as I do” these elitists are.

    It’s OK for Good Ol’ Joe to joke around, but if I had done this? He’d be mentioning me in a speech tonight at an antigun rally.

  • [4] June 22, 2014 at 5:56am

    So, why is his new wife, I assume currently at home with the daughter, not good enough for the Judge? This case could start a precedent that is catastrophic for thousands of families in the country.

    The Ex-wife played and lost sometime ago. Thank you for playing, now move on. Your Ex-husband is defending this country, while you most likely collect some alimony, looking to get child support as well, and attempt to use his deployment for your gain. CPS would back there within a year.

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  • June 8, 2014 at 6:04am

    In 1994 I graduated from college after 5 years of dorking around and finally reaching the end. I had a degree in graphics design and thought the world was my oyster. As I found out, no one wanted a graphics design major unless you had significant experience in the field, but you couldn’t get experience in the field unless you were working in the field. Catch-22.

    So, I went job to job but not in my chosen major. I eventually joined the Navy to see what that life was like. I joined in the last year I could before capped. I was 26 at the time. I had worked misc jobs until that time, so approximately 4 years of non-major jobs.

    All the while I had loans from school. I repaid and repaid. Finally in 2006 I paid off my loans. It took me 12 years of repaying.

    My point to all this, is I hear how kids are graduating and not finding work. They want to forgive their loans so they can be normal people with mortgages and car loans. They can not do this with these college loans over their heads. The media acts like this is a new thing and the Government needs to step in. Horse apples. It’s always been like this. And they can pay off their loans and still be functioning members of society.

    They just don’t want to.

  • April 12, 2014 at 5:47am

    Perhaps the bus driver was not there to intervene. I recall times during school when we’d be left alone on the bus. Different times then, but still possible.

    What strikes me as curious is that no one comes to the aid of the boy during her beat down on him. Even the boy or girl filming the fight seems to be enjoying it. This fat boy has had this done to him before. I will imagine it probably was never to this extent. The girl probably enticed the film maker with a “watch this” before it started.

    But when the tables turn and he uses his weight and an arm-hold to take the advantage, suddenly you start seeing other people intervening. The one boy in blue in particular. There are other unidentified arms in the filming as well, pulling him off. Pulling away hair. Several kids try to get the boy to stop.

    Where were they before? They are frightened now for the girl, but why did they turn a blind eye to the torment the boy suffered just moments before? It is sad.

  • March 20, 2014 at 5:25am

    Line 21 has the “Additional income” line. There is also a line for claiming lottery winnings, which not surprisingly is almost invariably blank! Yes, the IRS wants to know when you won $10 on a scratchy or even $1 on a one number picked on Powerball. Sad. It’s like Maine asking how much you bought in New Hampshire that was sales-tax free. You always answer, “Nothing.”

  • March 12, 2014 at 6:10am

    I concur. When you watch the scene for the first time (without any of the mentioned “reach” applied), the strange shopkeep appears to be say hello to a random family using the sauna, which was also a part of his business. Now that this “reach” is put into my noggin, OK maybe viewing it his way?

    When I pressed pause and saw the single shot of the sauna family, the big Norse has at his left armpit an older, larger female than the rest.

    I saw nothing at all suspect or wrong with this scene, when viewing for the first time without the “reach” applied, and even more now that I know of this “reach”. It still didn’t work.

  • February 2, 2014 at 6:18am

    As military on quite a bit of CONUS travel, I have surmised that TSA have an hourly quota to fill of those searched. It never fails that the military, grandparents, and mothers with children are always pulled aside for full pat downs. Why? Because we are easy targets and never have anything offensive on us. We military have learned to comply with orders. The elderly know no better. Mothers will do anything to end the nightmare and quickly comply. Why stop someone that might pitch a fit or be difficult, when you are just trying to meet your hourly quota and do your job.

    Take a good look at the TSA agents. If someone was to take to running, 95% of these agents would be winded before the first 25 yards of chase. The TSA is not there to catch anyone who need catching. They are merely a detering presence.

  • January 15, 2014 at 5:26am

    Why would she wish these to, “speculate that she maybe had a lover that she was hiding from her husband”? Experts claim internet porn rots a man’s brain, but I’d say women’s love of romance novels rots theirs worse.

    She finds these random postcards and immediately hopes this is a beautiful, long lost woman squirreling away postcards from her hidden lover? Let me guess, her husband was a terrible man (naturally).

    More likely it were children sliding postcards into the crack between the baseboard and wall for fun. Or perhaps there was a draft and they utilized a bunch of throwaway postcards to fill the gap.

    No instead, this must be hidden lover and her husband would never want the forbidden love affair. How Hollywood of you.

  • January 3, 2014 at 3:49pm

    Wait… so Spike Lee could release a movie about a interracial relationship and it won awards at Cannes. But this ticket stub makes reference to the same movie and they are offended? I guess I am confused.

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  • November 25, 2013 at 4:51pm

    As I recall listening that day, home from work, why did the police originally report the AR was found in the vehicle and he had a pistol and shotgun? Later, he had the AR and it was a shotgun in the vehicle? It seems unreasonable an officer could mistake the two firearms. I also recall the helicopter footage of the capture of the “second shooter”, yet suddenly it is never discussed again and he acted alone.

  • November 1, 2013 at 5:44am

    This was too easy. Now… now, had they created a fake Progressive that was speaking about the Constitution, reeling in the deficit, and no “Affordable” Healthcare. THAT would have been a real hoot to see what CNN thought about one of their own thinking like the Tea Party.

  • October 28, 2013 at 5:42am

    Perfect! I wholeheartedly believe that the most liberal friends I do have are the most close minded, hateful, arrogant friends I have. They have nothing but hate and spite for conservatives. Why do I “hang out” with them? Because I remember them before 2009, when they were perfectly normal friends who did not discuss politics in social settings. We had out mutual likes, hence the friendship. I voted how I voted and they voted how they voted and never the two did meet.
    Do they know I am conservative? Yes. I cannot explain why I am not in their Axis of Evil when it comes to conservatives. Maybe something of our past breaks through their clouded judgements of people. Maybe it’s because their hatred and spite is only directed at people like Glenn Beck who they’ll never meet in a lifetime.
    But hate they do. Oh, like you read about. A dripping, seething hate and sometimes I wonder, “Who are you?”

    To me, this is what this president has done to this country and instead of trying to rise above it, he swims in it and perpetuates it with the media and his talking head minions.

  • September 10, 2013 at 5:44am

    As the son of a highway patrolman, I know he wrings his hands at the nonstop, continual speeding that occurs. There is a legal speed limit and he (most times alone) is responsible to enforce it. Yet, when you ask him about “5-over”? “10-over”? He just glares at you. It’s “no-over”. Yet the populace continues to drive over the speed limit en masse and defend their actions with “flow of traffic”. He is one man and will stop who can. He notes how the en masse drivers, suddenly are all very able to do the speed limit when one of the herd get pulled over. One cop on the road and a sea of brake lights.

    I see it every day, conscience of my father’s words. 5-over becomes 10-over. 10-over becomes 15-over. Going with the flow of traffic. People kid themselves into believing staying with the flow of traffic makes it right. The law of men is the speed limit, not “go with the flow”.

    Soon these boxes appear and can take a picture of offenders to help people like my father. They cry about it being unconstitutional and their privacies being offended. Now the boxes get defaced and the good people cheer. The boxes are only computers/robots. They see you speeding and bust you for being over the speed limit or running a red light. You are wrong. It was right.

  • August 7, 2013 at 5:51am

    My first thoughts after the unbelievable carnage, was… what’s this dark colored car (BMW?) in reverse? What’s he doing? He continues to reverse until out of the picture. Then the Lincoln Navigator type flips a U-ey and begins to exit the picture.

    That is what is wrong these days with this country. Somebody else will help. Somebody else will do it. Not me. Not me. I don’t have time. This is affecting my schedule. I need to get someplace else. I do not want to sit in this traffic line…

    God bless those who ran forward while the majority looked from the exit ramp or tried to reach the exit ramp.

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