User Profile: Papadoc

Papadoc

Member Since: September 02, 2010

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  • [1] November 8, 2014 at 11:39am

    Arson is covered if “someone else” does it. You’re not being creative enough. Every parent out there knows from their children that “somebody else” and “not me” do an awful lot of really bad things.

    You’ve got a thief and a liar staying in your house who probably has a criminal record and likely a drug issue. If then the police think that YOU are a far more likely suspect than the squatter/criminal/addict doing it accidentally or on purpose, you’re doing a lot of things really wrong.

    Make up a story about how your confrontation with the guy ended with a threat that he’d burn the place to the ground before letting you kick him out and you left fearing for your life. Daggummit if the somuvabich didn’t do exactly what he promised.

  • [2] November 8, 2014 at 11:25am

    Agreed! While being honest in legal situations is generally preferred, this is not one of those times when being on the up and up will actually benefit you. But you have to have all your bases covered and think it through before executing any plan. You’re going up against thieves and liars, and you need to be able to out-lie and give enough credible evidence to turn this from a civil case into a criminal case, with the other guy being the criminal and having all the risk.

    I had a rental they were doing the same thing. Against my better judgement, I rented to a family despite the fact that the information he gave me at age 40 showed he had no credit history whatsoever. Yeah, I know… but it was my first rental and first tenant. Even his deposit and first month’s rent check bounced.

    I knew that both of them had jobs they simply couldn’t avoid going to, so I told him to be out by Saturday or when they were at work, I’d bring up a dump truck and remove all their belongings to the landfill, move my stuff back in, change the locks, and shoot them dead as burglars if they tried breaking in. But that if somehow he lived, his only option was to take ME to court and I wasn’t worth much.

    He said he’d call my bluff, but I guess he decided that there were other opportunities and it just wasn’t worth the risk. He moved out Friday. Everyone has something they aren’t willing to risk. You just have to figure out what it is and convince them that you are willing to go there.

  • [90] November 7, 2014 at 8:06pm

    It’s not much of a surprise that the kid didn’t know how to behave. There aren’t any standards in the household to look up to.

  • October 20, 2014 at 2:12pm

    I’m pretty sure Martina Navritilova was white, and she looks more like someone’s brother than either of the Williams sisters.

    Not sure how she’s pulling racist or sexist out of that one, unless she’s the one making racist and sexist assumptions.

    The guy was rude, but hardly racist or sexist. Particularly rude when you consider the number of Russian women at Olympics over the decades who have a higher testosterone level than most males.

  • [16] October 20, 2014 at 11:39am

    It does sound like fodder for a “November surprise”, doesn’t it? Grand jury delivers their exoneration 2 days before election. Just long enough to get Sharpton and Jackson back on the tube to fire up the base.

    Never let a crisis [or a dead black guy] go to waste. Wasn’t that the motto?

  • [30] October 20, 2014 at 11:37am

    They certainly weren’t there to protest against football fans. So why hang around there unless it’s to start a fight and assault some folks.

    Black “female” needs to be charged with a hate crime as I see it. But probably released an hour later after a ride back to her home.

  • October 8, 2014 at 1:39am

    It’s all “pick-a-nationality” anyway. Most of us can trace back a wide variety of ancestral nationalities and even races, so it’s not who we are, but who we choose to identify as. Most American black people aren’t in any way purely from a single race all the way through time. Most have substantial white blood in them as well.

    Look at Obama – - easily identifiable as half black, half white, but what does he choose? Not mulatto or half black. He chooses black African American. How can anyone choose their race and have it be considered legitimate?

  • [1] September 25, 2014 at 11:51am

    Not buying it either. Sounds like someone who wants a little press on herself and her 15 minutes in the light.

  • [59] August 12, 2014 at 2:43pm

    New property owners build in the old man’s back yard, vote themselves into the local city, then whine about the house that they built next to because it looks as it almost always has and it’s not up to code that was passed long after this house was built. I see this happen all the time to farmers and ranchers when some contractor builds a subdivision downwind from their barn and then complains that the smell is a public nuisance.

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  • [11] August 4, 2014 at 11:06am

    No matter the facts in the case, Ventura has won the smaller battle but lost the larger one. The bigger man would have first, laughed it off and said Kyle was lying for publicity purposes. If not for your own bellacose blabbering, 99% of the people never would have heard about it and the other 1% didn’t and still don’t care. But go ahead and sue YOU c.r.y.b.a.b.y. You were offended and like the emotional child you are, so you were due your day in court. Evidently, you won on the facts.

    The bigger picture here though is that right or wrong and no matter who actually writes the check, you lose. You are now known as a sniveling loser who sued the widow of a comrade. You have your money, but you’ve lost the respect of your peers and proved the case of your detractors. Your image to others has been the focus of your entire life, and now that may never be redeemed. Wallow in your money cretin, because it’s what you have.

  • [28] July 23, 2014 at 2:22am

    It’s not just the leadership though. It’s also who they lead, who put them there. These are the bigger audience of clapping seals.

  • [37] July 19, 2014 at 1:06am

    I’ve pretty much had it with Blaze. Power companies hate this, grocery stores hate this, “weird trick” blah blah, 90 year old looks 18 again, new rule in [yourstate-based in IP address], mom invents blah blah, eat this and lose weight, and on and on and on. When you can only get craaaaaaep advertisers, you’ve lost all credibility. When you 20-somethings to copy paste stories and you end up with this nonsense, I’ll stick a fork in ya, cuz you’re done!

    I don’t even really see many good trolls hanging around any more. Bye Blaze! Glenn, let me know when you’re serious again, okay?

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  • [6] July 18, 2014 at 3:07pm

    Yes! In progressivism, “what do you think” is translated to “tell us what the polls say your constituency wants to hear you say today, knowing full well you can come back to “clarify” it with an opposite statement if it somehow comes out wrong and you get too much criticism for it”.

  • [19] July 17, 2014 at 7:18pm

    Cut my cable about a year ago. If I want incessantly stupid commentary and complaints, I can go through the comments section until I’ve had my fill. Because the back and forth between journalists is no more or less idiotic or expert than what you can find online.

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  • [227] July 17, 2014 at 7:15pm

    The buck not only doesn’t stop with the President, he never heard about the buck until he saw it on the news.

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  • [33] July 17, 2014 at 3:47pm

    I don’t know how angry he’s going to be over it. He hasn’t determined yet whether this is going to be a political issue for him or not. Better off to bury it for the time being and signal to the press that this is no big deal. Like the VA scandal that took 3 weeks to respond angrily, the Administration no longer has positions until they determine whether it’s going to bother them or not.

  • [7] July 17, 2014 at 1:30pm

    What do you mean, “the missile hit the terrorists”? Did you see the Hamas statement? They said all their guys came back safely after killing a bunch of Israelis. In that film, you can obviously see them killing dozens of Israeli soldiers. At now least we now know where Baghdad Bob is these days.

  • [14] July 17, 2014 at 1:26pm

    Sometimes it’s better to let your enemy busy themselves, and then blow them up instead of just destroying their work.

  • [6] July 12, 2014 at 5:45pm

    Yeah, this is why America is in the toilet. No, actually I think it’s more because brain-dead people can’t concentrate on more than one thing at a time and so infer that others can’t either. This nor any other story causes me to be distracted from things that matter most. Even more annoying is whiners who read and comment on a story, telling everyone how stupid it is to read or comment on the story. 9 times out of 10, it’s also the same dolts that have gone to “Merica” somewhere in their post, thinking this somehow makes them edgy, superior, or libertinarian unique, just like the other 10 million dolts who also use it in their posts.

  • [39] July 1, 2014 at 10:06pm

    My son wanted to do it with a cop stopping him and giving them a really hard time and arresting him. I convinced him that this wasn’t what the girl wanted to remember for the most romantic night of her life. Thankfully he saw the light. This guy could have used a good talking to by a Dad with some common sense.

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