User Profile: Priscilla King

Priscilla King

Member Since: August 17, 2011

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  • [2] December 10, 2015 at 2:05pm

    You might try a bit of research. There are different schools of thought in Islam, just as there are in Judaism and Christianity.

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  • [4] December 10, 2015 at 2:03pm

    And confused. And cowardly. And a hater!

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  • [19] December 10, 2015 at 2:00pm

    I’d bet they would. Why don’t you and a few friends go to the local park, say a prayer for peace, and report on what happened?

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  • [12] December 10, 2015 at 1:59pm

    If she’s angry at terrorists, which she has every right to be, let her take the police and/or military training and go after them. Interrupting people’s prayers is tacky. And cowardly.

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  • [1] November 18, 2015 at 2:39pm

    Excuse me? Line-jumpers are very different from nice, orderly people who wait in line. I don’t care if it’s the real Elvis Presley returned from the grave…line-jumpers are jerks.

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  • October 8, 2015 at 2:04am

    I call foul. People who accept hypnotic suggestions might idolize the hypnotist or participate in “jokes” (“When my given name is pronounced, you will immediately want to make passionate love to me”), but suicide? Hardly a suggestion an educator would be likely to make. Before they demonize the principal these parents should at least be asked whether their children had also taken any kind of “medication.”

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  • October 8, 2015 at 1:35am

    Why are so many–Republicans? ???–wasting a good opportunity, just to say something nasty? The word for the young Hillary Rodham who talked a good line about poor people, but never really thought of them in the same context with anybody she, like, knew, was RICHIE. And the word for Candidate Clinton, which I’d expect Republicans to say early and often, is BRAIN-DAMAGED.

  • October 7, 2015 at 7:53pm

    Why not? He’s Jewish after all. The news is that a celebrity would be so anti-Israel.

    What I want to know is what’s in the water out there (when there is any water) that’s making these people fight so madly over “rights” to a desert. Especially when they trace their descent to a common ancestor who’s revered as a prophet and patriarch for saying “Rehoboth,” room for all of them. Why not just work out a deal, share the historic attractions, and use the tourist revenue to buy more and nicer land somewhere else?

  • October 5, 2015 at 11:22pm

    It’s called woman-hating: evicting law-abiding middle-aged women to make room for young men who, if they were seeking asylum, would be with their families.

  • October 5, 2015 at 10:31pm

    Speaking strictly as an occasional viewer…I’d rather see/hear athletes after they’ve drunk some water, washed their faces, and thought about what to say, than see the cameras shoved in their faces the minute they get off the field. Kyle Petty wasn’t much of an athlete, but after dropping out of a race in 1994 he really “said” it all. (Right, for young readers, I mean the famous spew-on-the-camera moment.) Reporters can think of better questions while athletes are getting themselves together. It’s such a win/win.

  • October 1, 2015 at 7:13am

    Makes two of us…probably more.

  • October 1, 2015 at 7:11am

    That said…it’s not only possible that Muslim terrorists will try to exploit this particular child’s talent, it’s *likely*. Especially if he leaves the U.S. feeling hated and persecuted here. So there are valid reasons why we should all be very very nice to young Ahmed. Muslim children cannot all be as public-spirited as Malala Yousafzai.

  • [-3] October 1, 2015 at 7:06am

    So, he’s a bright, mischievous, rebellious little kid whose parents happen to be Muslims. How bad is that? Personally I don’t see bias in people’s displays of support for young Ahmed because I’ve displayed support for bright, mischievous, rebellious little kids who are Christian, Jewish, White, Black, even female. I just generally like smarty-pants kids better than the couch-potato type.

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  • [1] September 27, 2015 at 3:37pm

    Donald Trump is hardly in a position to criticize anyone else’s face, voice, manners, accent, hair, etc. He of all people should keep it parliamentary. Hillary’s politics would give everyone plenty to criticize even if she hadn’t uttered a few choice lines like (to Bill at a party) “Those people aren’t rich; they’re useless.” Then she’s *twice* cited brain damage as an excuse for not testifying. Beating her in a straight two-party election would be a cakewalk if Bill hadn’t sent out Trump to be a spoiler, which job includes picking on things poor li’l Hillsie can’t help (shrill? How bad *was* her famous bout with flu?) and making people feel sympathetic toward her.

  • September 27, 2015 at 3:30pm

    Are we talking about the same Hillary? Has her voice changed lately?

  • September 27, 2015 at 3:26pm

    It’s not a sexist remark if her voice *is* shrill. (I’d be inclined to take anyone’s word for that since I seldom watch television.) Trouble is, from what I’ve heard, Hillary has a well modulated voice and usually a bland, calm manner. Eleanor Roosevelt was shrill. I’ve not listened to his voice, but a lot of things Rump says *read* like things that would normally be uttered in the shrillest voice with which a person is endowed.

  • September 27, 2015 at 3:23pm

    One of the world’s best middle school nicknames, granted. Too bad her voice is usually pretty mellow.

  • [-1] September 27, 2015 at 1:48pm

    Honorable? What about “forsaking all others, keep only to [Ivana] until death doth [them] part”? This guy is such a liar, I wouldn’t take his word that it was raining outside.

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  • September 22, 2015 at 11:02pm

    Some people get into bickering about evolutionary theory because they don’t want (or can’t afford) to be doing real studies of current life forms. In the same manner, some people get into bickering about global warming because they don’t want to deal with the facts of man-made local warming…which are hard to miss. El Nino was what gave much of the world a record heat wave last summer. Local warming was what made people in certain cities feel that their temperatures were almost as hot as where ISIS are going.

    I’m a global warming skeptic, or doubter, in the sense that I’ll wait for the facts to come in (if I live long enough) before becoming a believer or denier. Local warming, however, cannot be denied. Only ignored–by keeping up the quarrel about global warming.

  • September 21, 2015 at 6:29pm

    One Facebook button and one Twitter button are plenty. Lose the pop-ups, @TheBlaze, if you want so much as a Google +.

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