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proliance

Member Since: October 27, 2010

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  • [1] November 28, 2014 at 9:36pm

    Amish are not above getting drunk while operating their buggy.

    The problem comes from the horse knowing the way home. With no guidance from a drunk or passed out operator, it will take off on its own and head back. So what’s the problem?

    Horses can’t read stop signs.

  • [6] November 27, 2014 at 9:44am

    I blame Canada.

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  • November 27, 2014 at 8:17am

    Texas law allows a person to shoot someone who is stealing property. It even allows a person to shoot another person in the back if he is running away with stolen property.

    http://law.onecle.com/texas/penal/9.42.00.html

    I can’t say that killing a person over a chain store’s toaster that’s insured anyway is a good idea.

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  • [17] November 26, 2014 at 9:22pm

    The kid can’t drop the gun unless he pulls it out first. And after watching the video, it appears he was shot before the the gun ever cleared his pants.

  • [7] November 26, 2014 at 9:14pm

    I really hope he sues. I know what he’s accused of, and it isn’t beating women up.

  • [5] November 26, 2014 at 6:47pm

    Laws vary state by state, and Missouri does not allow you to use deadly force to protect property. Most states don’t.

    Now if you’re in your home in MO and someone breaks in and says he’s going to take your favorite toaster, you can fire at will. The difference is whether or not you reside in the place being robbed/burglarized.

    In Tennessee I can let the air out of anyone who steps foot in my home against my will. But if that same person steals my car from a parking lot and my guns gets seen I can be charged with brandishing.

  • [13] November 25, 2014 at 8:45am

    They’re just undocumented shoppers. Nothing to see here.

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  • [5] November 21, 2014 at 5:24pm

    Both of these people are irrelevant to country music today. Their music hasn’t been on the airwaves in years. Chances are, they are just trying to draw attention to themselves.

  • November 21, 2014 at 5:14pm

    The players are simply embracing what the NFL has always been, entertainment.

  • November 20, 2014 at 7:16pm

    I see this every day where drivers will pull way past the white line that says where you are supposed to stop. I can’t fathom what goes on in their simple little mind that they think its OK to block the road. They make it difficult for other drivers to make a left turn.

    I would never pull a stunt like this guy, it just isn’t safe. But I see where he’s coming from. Just because a driver is operating a 4000 lb steel weapon doesn’t make him right.

  • [2] November 19, 2014 at 7:20pm

    They just don’t care anymore.

    Wait until a new President takes office, it doesn’t matter who it is. You’ll see performance increase at the same rate as morale.

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  • [5] November 18, 2014 at 8:21pm

    Verycobaltviolet, the oil is being sent to refineries in Louisiana. Once refined, only 9% of the gasoline is exported. So 91% of the refined product stays in the US.

    And look!! I can source my statements. Can you?

    http://www.api.org/policy-and-issues/policy-items/keystone-xl/~/media/Files/Policy/Keystone-XL-Pipeline/Exports-talking-points-6-6-13.ashx

  • [4] November 18, 2014 at 8:48am

    The first time I heard that I almost drove my car off the road.

    Imagine “Barack the Magic Ne*ro lives in DC” sung to the tune of “Puff the Magic Dragon” by Al Sharpton shouting into a megaphone.

  • [8] November 17, 2014 at 6:57pm

    Thank you Sarsfield. She dropped out of college and went through some hard times. We went our separate ways after I graduated and she found me online about four years ago. Unfortunately she lives about 2500 miles away so we’ll probably never see each other again, but we stay in touch and wish each other happy birthday each year.

  • [4] November 17, 2014 at 5:58pm

    You can’t expect the police to properly investigate themselves. So when cops act up, record them, name them and shame them.

  • [11] November 17, 2014 at 5:54pm

    A girl I dated in college had been repeatedly raped by her step father when she was young. She finally decided to do something about it and she wrote a report for the police on my computer since she obviously didn’t want to do it at home.

    After the police had the report they wired her for sound and set up a sting where she asked her step father why he did the things he did. He avoided the question as much as he could but they got enough evidence to put him away for 20 years. He’s been out for a while, so didn’t get the time he deserved, but he was brutalized by other prisoners while he was in.

    The sad thing is that she told her mom but she refused to believe her.

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  • [6] November 15, 2014 at 10:18am

    As much as I enjoy disagreeing with “ModerateRepublican” he’s correct when he says the cops screwed up by leaving Brown’s body in the street for four hours. That was against policy and the Chief said they were wrong and it should have never have happened. He publicly apologized for it.

    Where are the apologies for the riots, for Brown committing a strong-arm robbery and attacking a police officer? Apologies for arson, looting and ruining a community’s economy? Yeah, I’m not really expecting those.

  • November 13, 2014 at 8:49pm

    My brother deep fries his turkey in peanut oil, my brother in law slow cooks his like you, and I cook mine in a rotisserie. All are good.

  • [6] November 12, 2014 at 10:06pm

    I really have no idea what your’re talking about. Netflix is a content provider and you are the consumer. The Internet provider like Comcast is the middleman who delivers the content to your door.

    Suppose you want a pizza from Bob’s Pizza. The only way to get it your house is for the untrustworthy kid down the street to deliver it. Bob pays the kid $2.00 for each pizza he delivers.

    Suddenly, the kid seems to have an accident with each pizza he delivers and it falls on the doorstep. Hey, its still a pizza, right? But if Bob were to pay $5.00 per pizza delivery, he would no longer have any accidents.

    Bob’s pizzas will now cost him more because his customers don’t want junk. But he risks losing customers because they have to pay more.

    (Netflix raised their prices at the same time Comcast demanded more money to deliver the content you were paying for. Comcast didn’t create the content (pizza), but they changed it to something less desirable before sending it to your home.)

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  • [5] November 12, 2014 at 9:39pm

    I’m with you on this one (but I wouldn’t call Beck an idiot.)

    Last winter I was paying Comcast $40.00 per month for a 35 Mbps download speed. I routinely tested it on speedtest.net and I always got that speed or better.

    I also paid $8.00 a month to watch Netflix. (I have an antenna on the roof and don’t pay for cable tv.) Netflix was almost unwatchable for about three months. Not only was there no HD, but the picture quality was so bad it looked like I was getting about 1Mb download speed on Netflix.

    The picture quality issue was finally resolved when Netflix began to pay Comcast (tribute? bribe? blackmail?) more money to allow their signal to pass without it being throttled down. The product I paid for was being taken from me by Comcast.

    There should be one thing and one thing only in the Net Neutrality bill. It should say the signal passing through the Internet provider’s system belongs to the originator and can not be changed. What they put in (HD movie) should come out on the other end (my Roku) unchanged and unmolested.

    Just like no one gets to stop our car on the freeway and replace our tires or repaint it, no one should be able access our Internet data as it passes through their switches and servers and change it to fit their agenda.

    I paid for it, it’s mine. Keep your hands off.

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