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orionreplay6607

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  • 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.

  • July 18, 2013 at 5:08pm

    Lefties like DeavonReye, are only tolerant of those beliefs and ideas even more left than own. If they differ with your view, instead of being tolerant as they claim to be, they ridicule, laugh, and spew hatred. Each and every Liberal I know in my life are bitter, angry people and the most closed minded people I know.

  • June 27, 2013 at 5:35am

    This is so hilarious. Democrats/Liberals are known to do exactly what Mr. Perry is doing. Bill gets defeated and within hours they turn around and begin to try again. We see this in Maine all the time. Yet Conservatives lose a bill and we’re just supposed to sit back and accept the verdict. Mr. Perry is using their very own tactics against them and they get angry? The hypocrisy of the Left never ceases to amaze and disgust me.

  • June 13, 2013 at 8:16pm

    Why is it that when Trash make racial comments on Twitter, it’s assumed they must be republicans and they are racist? To me it seems the Dems are the social media wizards. Couldn’t we be looking at massive Left manipulation of the Twitter-sphere in hopes it is blamed on Conservatives?

  • May 25, 2013 at 5:37am

    Eh, I can actually give on this one… which is hard, even for me. As Navy we don’t salute when not in uniform. If we are saluted by a gate guard, for instance, I take the time acknowledge the salute with words and a nod of the head. I cannot speak for the other services, but that’s the Navy point of view.

    The pictures captured to me simply shows a president sprinting up the ladder, absentmindedly returning a salute, realizing it probably looked bad, and returned to say thanks… or something. It is Memorial Weekend.

  • May 13, 2013 at 5:40am

    It’s already been said, but I’ll add my own. When G. Bush released the stimulus checks, it was based on household numbers. At that time I had only one child and received my amount. My brother and his shockingly liberal wife had two kids then (now three) and like today, lived at near poverty levels due to compounding bad financial choices. They received that much more in stimulus. It may have been $600?

    I used mine to pay off some debt and to pay for hotels as we traveled home to Maine that summer. My brother? Par-tay! He took his wife out, paid for babysitting, and spent the entire amount in one night of drinking, drinking, oh and food. Meanwhile his kids ate Wonder bread and peanut butter (and still do).

    So even in his situation of not having two nickels to rub together, at the first blush of receiving “free money”, he and his wife spent every penny on useless BS, that the next morning all they had were hangovers to show for it. And you know what? She continued to bash G. Bush and complained it wasn’t enough. I was in tears I was so frustrated from hearing her stupid voice that summer while on vacation visiting them and my parents.

  • March 10, 2013 at 6:43am

    Before people start giving up on Saturday deliveries or hanging their heads low and waiting for the cost of stamps to rise, as the article states, the largest problem the USPS has is not the mail service or sale of stamps, it’s the forced $11B+ a year into a pension fund for people who don’t even work for the USPS yet. As a person with friends and relatives who work for the USPS throughout the country, I hear it all the time. They are aghast their jobs are at jeopardy, yet the USPS is required by law to continue funding a ‘kitty’ for people’s retirement… who aren’t even hired yet.

    This is want happens when government controls a “business”. It can’t do it.

  • March 4, 2013 at 4:58am

    The Left is only tolerate of ideas/beliefs even more left than their own.

  • February 24, 2013 at 5:27am

    This is where coming after law abiding citizens comes so easy. We realize what we thought was right, may be now wrong, due to our misunderstanding of the law. He willing gives up what is in his possession and goes with the officers. It sounds like he then will be or was charged, and will spend time in jail.

    Those officers get to chock up a “win” and a law-abiding citizen and veteran, goes to jail. At worst, they should have just confiscated. He probably would have admitted to having other magazines as well.

    What this article doesn’t spell out for me, was it a sting operation? He was waiting for someone to buy the magazines, and the police just happened to be interested in what he was doing?

    With so many illegals, drugs, drunken escapades, and other lowlifes to go after, officers going after those who willingly comply is just so much easier.

  • February 23, 2013 at 5:21am

    You can’t even buy free packets of sugar at Starbucks for $2. I prefer a Dunkin Turbo any day.

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