User Profile: PokeySD

Member Since: May 13, 2011


  • April 20, 2013 at 9:16pm

    Glenn’s doing a show about the Beslan school siege next week.

  • April 20, 2013 at 9:15pm

    SHE contacted HIM –
    “On Saturday, a woman identifying herself as Maret Tsarnaeva made an unscheduled phone call to Buck Sexton on TheBlaze radio network to explain her statements.”

  • February 3, 2013 at 6:09pm

    There are no Lefties who know anything about the topic. The only guns they’ve ever seen “shot” are wielded by their movie star heroes.

  • January 22, 2013 at 12:36am

    I think Cesar Millan could help Barack out with Michelle’s food aggression issues. Boehner taps her on the arm and she hunkers over her dish like “MINE!” I wonder if she growled at him.

  • December 24, 2012 at 4:07pm

    The Post story said that Johnny Cochran paid Rev Al’s fine. Tawanna is still on the hook for almost half a mil, if you add in the interest for 25 years.

  • December 24, 2012 at 2:04am

    From the Post story: “Brawley became a cause célèbre. Bill Cosby posted a $25,000 reward for information on the case; Don King promised $100,000 for Brawley’s education; and boxer Mike Tyson gave her a $30,000 watch to ease her pain.”

    $100,000 for education, plus a $30,000 watch, and the best she could muster was LPN? Once a loser, always a loser.

    For those wondering how she could pass a background check for licensing, I’m sure that the nursing board knew who she was, and her employers have been told who she is. But it was probably easier for the concerned parties to just accept the alias, and her anonymity, than to make a big deal of it and have the media on their doorstep. I predict that she won’t have this job long, now that she’s been outed. I also suspect that the attorney has had her pegged for a while, but as an LPN with a small child, she doesn’t make enough to have her wages garnished. Now that she’s been identified publicly, maybe he can take steps to get some of the money she owes him.

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  • December 24, 2012 at 12:34am

    It’s called “hypocrisy.” Look it up. In this case, it’s D. Gregory screaming about needing laws banning certain weapons and large-capacity magazines, while at the same time, violating said laws already on the books in the place from which he is broadcasting by possessing a forbidden large-capacity magazine. Of course he won’t be prosecuted, and I could care less if he is or not, but the hypocrisy of the situation is not lost on The Blaze.

  • December 23, 2012 at 5:51pm

    @Mike Benton, that’s the best idea I’ve seen anyone come up with so far. Especially the panic button and the key card for the classroom doors. Plus all doors should have some sort of reinforcement in them so that bullets can’t penetrate. It’s awful that it should have to come down to this, but we MUST protect our children.

    All this talk of limiting the capacity of the magazines is pointless. If the killer had stopped to reload after every 5 or 10 shots, who cares – who was going to stop him between reloads? The Columbine killers started in the cafeteria and ended in the library, they shot who they wanted whenever they wanted. They roamed the school at will. There was no one with the ability to stop them. It wasn’t a rampage, it was a barrel, and the staff and students were fish. Put up a sign that says “Gun Free Zone,” you might as well put one up that says “Everyone inside is totally helpless, fire at will.”

  • December 23, 2012 at 5:08pm

    Posted on December 23, 2012 at 4:22pm
    Please, PLEASE don’t spell BARE as B E A R. Bare arms is the ability to have weapons. BEAR arms are hairy with claws.
    Actually, the right to BARE arms is the right to go sleeveless. The right to BEAR arms is the right to carry arms or to have arms in your possession.

  • December 10, 2012 at 10:25pm

    I know those “bosses” who are barely old enough to have gone through puberty. As an “older” (40+) new hire at a discount store, I worked with/for a number of little girls who thought that because they held a position of alleged authority, they could stand at the service desk and make fun of me behind my back rather than help me with a cash register issue. Well, it was a second job, and I decided, 2 weeks in, that I could work one overtime shift at my hospital job and make more money than withstanding 2 weeks of their garbage. So I quit. I work with mostly younger people at my “real” job, and we get along fantastic. I have no problem with working for or with someone younger than I am, but these little gumchewers were insufferable. And not only to me, but also to my 16-yo daughter when she worked at the same store, so apparently their problem wasn’t with older workers, it was with ANY workers who weren’t in their clique.

  • December 7, 2012 at 5:42pm

    I can honestly say that I’ve never purchased ANY product from anywhere based on a celebrity endorsement. I personally think that too much money is spent on advertisement, especially in the political realm, but that’s another story. I’ve never voted for or against a candidate based on a political ad or political/celebrity endorsement either. But there is nothing wrong with this ad. That said, people do make their own choices regarding where to shop and where not to, so if the mere existence of Ellen is enough to make one not shot at JCP, that’s their choice. I don’t usually shop there because I avoid the mall like the plague, and JCP is a little spendy for my budget. As for Target selling gay-leaning clothing, etc., well they have a business to run and they have to appeal to all people, not just Christians. They all sell a lot of clothing that I find offensive, and a shirt with a rainbow flag is not among them. I’d rather see a rainbow t-shirt on a young lady than a shirt that shows her boobs to the nipple line. But hey, if it offends you, don’t buy it. If you see someone wearing it, look away. No one has a right NOT to be offended.

  • December 7, 2012 at 5:21pm

    Ellen said and did NOTHING offensive here. Does she offend you with her very existence? I think the commercial is cute. There is nothing wrong with it, unless you’re a “little person” offended by elf jokes. I lurk here a lot and I usually don’t see a level of intolerance as severe as this.

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  • October 30, 2012 at 11:27pm

    I posted it and within 5 minutes it was re-shared. They can try to stop all of us, but it will keep them mighty busy!

  • October 7, 2012 at 2:52am

    He’s a few days before his 18th birthday.

  • August 30, 2012 at 3:12pm

    @Sandyfromchesterfield, I don’t have any reason to believe Obama doesn’t have a wonderful marriage, and I, personally, would NEVER link his playing golf to Tiger Woods or anything racist. What I’m not falling for is the racist utterings of the guy calling Mitch McConnell racist for mentioning Obama and “golf” in the same sentence. REALLY?? For a group of people who are supposed to be so tolerant and “colorblind,” they are the ones who are consumed by race. They are the ones combing Glenn Beck’s “Restoring —” crowds for signs of color, for the Beck fans and “Restoring —” attendees, all we see is love and respect for ALL people, not just the white ones, and not just the brown ones.

  • August 30, 2012 at 2:50pm

    @Johnjamison, you have it wrong. You can’t say crippled because of the Crips, because mentioning anything close to gangs is racist. Similarly, you can’t say that Obama is sucking the life “blood” out of the economy.

  • August 20, 2012 at 8:21pm

    I agree, 95 is a lot of years to live, don’t overdramatize by saying “just 5 years short of 100!” Most of us reading can subtract all by ourselves. This is almost as irritating as “the length of two football fields.” Is that endzone to endzone, or goal post to goal post? Or “…twice in as many days.” It takes twice as few words to just say “in two days.” I could go on, but I won’t.

  • August 4, 2012 at 6:32pm

    ALLEGED threats against his family and coworkers, has anyone actually seen any proof of threats made against his family and coworkers? Who knew, before his interview with The Blaze yesterday, that he even HAD family to threaten? I won’t say I don’t believe it’s possible, but his accusations of threats made against him expanded from threats against his family yesterday, to threats against his family and coworkers today. He’s still trying to blame someone else for his own firing, it wasn’t his lapse in judgment, it was because his employer’s voicemail box was full of threats that caused them to let him go. He’s still a creep. Although I did not automatically assume he was gay, and I figured he was saying that he wasn’t gay to point out that you don’t have to be gay to stand up for gay rights. Just like you don’t have to be a Christian to stand up for Christian principles, right? But the way he said it was creepy, and I don’t like him any more today than I did yesterday.

  • July 22, 2012 at 2:22am

    I can’t speak for anyone but myself, but the differences are: Jon & Kate had TWO kids and wanted another one, and ended up with six for a total of 8. I think they were as looked down upon for not doing selective abortion as Octomom. They were married and allegedly had a loving relationship. They never (to my knowledge) depended on public assistance. Jon was making good money, enough for Kate to quit her job as a nurse. When they started having problems and split up is when interest in their story waned, and now people hate them equally. Even though the sextuplets are in school now, I doubt Kate will ever go back to being a nurse, she loves celebrity too much. Jon is just an immature jerk. I always thought Kate was a shrew, but now I realize maybe she had a reason.

    Octomom had SIX kids, and made a conscious choice to bring MORE kids into the world, apparently as many as she could. IMO, she was in it for the fame of having as many multiples as she could, and try to get a J&K+8 kind of deal. She had a total of 14 kids and ended up on the dole, and then talked about having even more. I don’t know that people hate her so much as hate her choices. I could care less if she does porn, but she’s not exactly Mom of the Year. I find her to be a sleazy opportunist, but I don’t hate her.

  • July 10, 2012 at 7:18pm

    The incident with the loudspeaker took place in the public park, that was also in one of the stories by the Newtimes, I believe. However, several armed police officers came to his residence and broke up a Passover meal in his backyard. How many families in that same time period had their Easter dinners interrupted by police? How many backyard barbecues took place that same weekend with 30, 40, or 50 people? How many involved alcohol and annoying/loud neighbors? I don’t know the Salmans personally (I live in South Dakota), and I’m not saying that Michael Salman is completely innocent of everything he’s being accused of, but come on, isn’t this a little over the top? And if you were shoved, by your neighbors or by the city, wouldn’t you push back? Or, if you thought that your situation was unjust, would you give in meekly and roll over and expose your underbelly so someone could stick a knife in it?

    The point is, if 30 people came over every weekend to watch football on Mr. Salman’s big-screen, it wouldn’t be an issue. But because those same 30 people are worshiping God and having a Bible study, all of a sudden, it changes the definition of usage of his property. If those 30 people shouted every time their team made a touchdown or a call went their way, that’s okay, but of those 30 people are shouting “AMEN!” they are in violation of code. That, my friends, is persecution.