Shep Smith is a drama queen. He loves to get offended and overreact.
 October 8, 2015 at 8:53am
I remember back in the 1970′s when Muhammed Ali fought a wrestler. The rules forbad Ali from punching while the wrestler was on the mat. So the wrestler, out of fear and respect of Ali’s punching speed and power laid down on the mat the entire match and kicked at Ali’s legs. It was ugly and I think Ali got blood clots in his legs because of it.
I’m not impressed with Rousey’s stand-up defensive skills. She’s smart and would instantly go to the mat or Mayweather would take her head off in seconds. These two would never fight because of the weight differences, but I think it would be Rousey on the mat daring Mayweather to come after her, and Mayweather taunting her to stand up.
Everyone would boo, the ref would disqualify both, people would demand their money back and the sport would be hurt.
Other than that, I’d like to see it. : )
 October 8, 2015 at 8:34am
Just yesterday the power company came to my house and “upgraded” my electric meter to an all digital device that is also wireless. They can now access my meter while driving down the road.
Im sure your certainty will be solidified once someone hacks your meter and sets your numbers up to a ridiculous million dollar bill.
Though more likely someone with their company will probably set the values up slightly higher so as to not arouse suspicion and pocket the difference with accounting.
 October 7, 2015 at 7:29pm
I had a college professor that put on a little hypnosis seminar one afternoon. He hypnotized 7 or 8 people in the classroom and asked them what the license plate was on their parents car when they were in kindergarten. Only one didn’t know. He later found out they didn’t have a car when he was in kindergarten.
I don’t remember the other things he had people do, but because they were students he didn’t tell them to forget they were hypnotized, like some hypnotists do. So when he woke them up, they all said they weren’t hypnotized, but couldn’t explain how they could remember things from years ago.
I believe the "you will not remember" bit is for stage theatrics. If I understand it, the brain stores every bit of information we obtain. We just aren't always able to access the files. Hypnosis settles the brain, removes excess stimuli and attempts to guide you through finding the files. If you aren't trying to remember something, then you can get a subject to focus on or hear something enough to accept it. It is no different than having a daily affirmation that begins to come true.
October 6, 2015 at 9:31am
You won’t be able to register that car, it’ll be tagged by the Feds.
 October 4, 2015 at 7:08pm
I’m at a loss to explain why everybody is so defensive over this. This isn’t a contest to see who can be the most offended.
Print out these business card sized notices and carry a few in you wallet. Use when necessary.
September 30, 2015 at 1:35pm
jmpjbc makes a good point. This person was likely carrying a personal firearm while in uniform. His First Sgt. would probably like to have a word with him.
And TheArtistFormerlyKnownAsATechGeek is also correct. KY is an open carry state and No Gun signs do not carry the weight of the law. But be prepared to deal with a cop who may not know the law if you enter a place that doesn’t want firearms inside.
The blaze is a conservative news site, unless youre talking about the comments section
 September 27, 2015 at 8:58am
SovereignSoul provides quotes from the Bible and AbrahamsSheepdawg accuses him of twisting verses?
The bigotry is strong with AbrahamsSheepdawg.
 September 23, 2015 at 4:35pm
With the recent news that the FBI has been able to recover data from Hilary’s server, it’s safe to say it wasn’t wiped. Or at least not thoroughly.
So when Karla Marx™ made the “like with a rag?” statement she was being deliberately evasive (or professionally deceitful and dumb as you put it), refusing to say whether or not it was wiped. Remember, she was subpoenaed, she printed out “all” government emails, deleted her personal emails, then the drives were wiped.
If the FBI can find a single, official email that was deleted and doesn’t match with list of printed emails she provided, I’m throwing myself a party.
Yeah, maybe I’m enjoying this too much. Maybe not.
So . . . "hand-held anti-tank grenade launcher propelled rocket"
Hmm . . . still doesn't make sense because the rocket is propelled by . . . the rocket.
Maybe the ejection charge counts as "propulsion" as well, though.
anyway.. yea of course it would go through it because its a shaped charge designed to melt metal and glass melts at an even lower temperature than steel.. so.. yea
RPG stands for "Role Playing Game", like Legend of Zelda or Final Fantasy.
Dear Proliance: Ruchnoi==rocket Granatamyot==grenade ....so yeah DERP ...what he said was more or less correct ne?
I would presume Ruchnoy means rocket or rocket propelled,
Protivotankovye means anti-tank,
and Granatomyot means grenade.
Thank you for the information on the true meaning of RPG, proliance. I had no idea of its origins, and I learned something new, today.
45 sheets of walmart TP would stop that thing.
Good try, "JayWye", but wrong: "Rúka" in Russian means "Hand" in English; consequently, "Ruchnóy" (genitive declension) means "held [of / by] hand". [Russian "Rakjéta" = "Rocket" in English. Either way, you guessed right for the other two words.]
And yes, RPG, when it stands for "Report Programme Generator", IS a computer-programming language originally targeted for medium-sized computers in the 1970s ("medium" computer in those days still would occupy a small room, while a "large" computer could occupy whole floors then - even in the 1980s, such would easily take up a large room). It was originally meant only to take in data and spew forth report-type information with a fixed flow of when to receive data and when to issue reports; that was changed with RPG-400, which then allowed some of the freedoms of other traditional programming languages like Fortran, Cobol, PL/I, Algol, Pascal, &c.
 September 22, 2015 at 9:11am
The murder of all people should be treated the same. There should be no special class of punishment because of a victim’s job.
That’s like the prosecutor saying “I’m sorry your daughter is dead, but she just didn’t have the right job for me to push for the death penalty.”
 September 19, 2015 at 11:22pm
Shoot the engine, not the driver.
Shoot the driver and you have a 4000 lb. uncontrolled weapon traveling at high speed. Shoot the engine and hopefully the driver, fearing for his own safety, will bring it down to a reasonable speed before he bails.
It doesn’t take much to crack open an iron or aluminum block. A .308 will easily do the job.
You must be one of those "just shoot the gun out of his hand" people.
Putting a .50BMG round through an engine block still allows it to run for a surprisingly long time. It also gives the driver warning and allows them to decide to use the car as a weapon.
The reality is that there is no really good way to stop a car in this situation.
Shoot the engine you have a driver with a very heavy projectile they can still use for another mile or so. Shoot the driver and while the car is out of control at least it can't be used intentionally to do harm.
This is why serious security checkpoints use an M2 and an S curve of concrete blocks.
Driver vs. block = six of one, half a dozen of another.
Require the manufacture to install a clock inside a pencil case cleverly disguised as a fake bomb planted by a terrorist cleverly disguised as an innocent 14 year old muz Lee um boy.
September 19, 2015 at 1:30pm
Christos would be speaking Arabic if it weren’t for the Catholic Church..