User Profile: ProScrub

Member Since: April 13, 2011


  • September 29, 2012 at 4:04am

    Individualism: Why is it that you are one of the only people on this site with a brain? News flash for all you Romney/Ryan fans: casting our vote for a third party candidate isn’t giving Obama the WH. It’s a statement that Romney and Obama failed to appease their audiences. While you vote based on the (R) and (D) next to their name, we vote based on our beliefs, particularly: freedom. If Romney wins, that means he convinced enough voters that he is the right man for the job. If Obama wins, that means he convinced enough voters that he is the right man for the job. Grow up and quit playing the blame game. Accept that your candidate may lose and it is no one’s fault but their own for running an unsuccessful campaign. You don’t see us bitchin’ about our candidate losing because you didn’t vote for him/her. Get off your high horse and accept reality once in a while.

  • September 19, 2012 at 2:04am

    You, citizen, had me thoroughly confused with your talk of racist plains…until I realized you were referring to the planes lol. I was confused as to why you would say there are no plains in Africa. Like “What? Yes there are.” But now I see it was an honest spelling error.

  • August 26, 2012 at 6:10pm

    Great job sticking to your guns Doctor Paul! This is why I love the doctor, he is not afraid of the mainstream media and politicians. He will stick to his beliefs and won’t sell out like EVERY other politician does these days.

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  • August 25, 2012 at 3:44pm

    Christ man calm the **** down lol. I’m 19 by the way. But I don’t see how that has anything to do with how attractive a woman is. I’m merely stating my opinion that these girls are incredibly attractive, and the fact they’re packin’ heat makes them even more so. Chillax bromie

  • August 18, 2012 at 6:32pm

    @Individualism: As I’m sure you are WELL aware, most followers of this site are pro-Republican. They don’t give a **** about how justified the wars we’re in are because a Republican president is the one who declared the wars. Also, I do not believe it is fair to call our troops (the men and women who are willing to lay down their lives because they love their country) because they fight for the idea of a free America, they do not kill for the sake of killing (obviously there are exceptions but you are generalizing which is not fair). I agree that we should be defending the home-front, not the foreign interest front. I support the troops, not the wars. I support liberty, not forced ideas. I support individual authority, not corrupt/bloated government authority. You and I are demonized on this site because we believe in liberty for ALL, not just the Christians (and yes, I am a Christian, but I recognize that the Muslim is my equal even if he views me as infidel or not).

  • August 5, 2012 at 10:53pm

    Grow up and have a little sympathy guys. What are you back in 3rd grade?

  • July 15, 2012 at 11:41pm

    @all you dumbasses claiming that it’s us Ron Paul supporters “re-electing” Obama. WE CAN USE THE SAME ******* ARGUMENT AGAINST YOU. Jesus christ people, grow the **** up! We all have the right to vote for whom we want to see in the White House. Personally, I feel a vote for Ron Paul is the ONLY choice. Because Mitt Obama and Barack Romney are the same guy. One is white, one is black. Don’t you dare try to blame anything on those of us who are actually conservative because you refuse to vote for something different than your progressive Romney because he’s more electable. That is the most pathetic reason to vote EVER. You continue to play your little red vs. blue games; us “Paulbots” (and damn proud of the title) are going to continue fighting for REAL conservatism and freedom. I will never understand why it is our fault Obama will be elected just because we choose to break away from GOP vs Dem game. WAKE THE **** UP. By voting Obamney YOU, not us, are voting liberal.

  • July 9, 2012 at 10:27pm

    @Nasado dammit I didn’t know that xD it would have been a total surprise to me were that to happen and now I shall be anticipating it the whole time when I go to the midnight premiere in IMAX in 10 days :D Gonna be a sick movie

  • July 9, 2012 at 10:20pm

    You guys fricken serious?? Who gives two sh*ts about their political views. These movies are ****** awesome! I love watching movies regardless of actors’ views. I also listen to HEAVILY left leaning musicians, and watch professional athletes play sports who vote democrat. I use Microsoft, founded by a democrat. And I’m a Libertarian. This kind of behavior is just sick. I’m not going to pretend these people aren’t highly talented just because they have different beliefs than me. I could understand if you thought they were just boring movies, but there’s no way in hell I’m gonna miss the movie of the year (second to The Hobbit of course) just because of an actor’s politics. Grow the **** up and learn to live with them not against them.

  • June 22, 2012 at 12:31pm

    That’s why I’m glad I live in central Washington on the good side of the Cascades!

  • [6] June 19, 2012 at 2:41am

    @Seeker9 lmao did you really just say choom backwards is mooch? I’m concerned for the future of our country when people can’t even reverse a word. It’s moohc xD lolololol

  • May 14, 2012 at 8:46pm

    So instead you usefully invest your “precious” time commenting on an opinion post about a cartoon. I should be more like you and stop watching tv and rage at cartoon jokes instead ;)

  • May 14, 2012 at 8:42pm

    seriously. I’ll be the first to admit FG is going wayyyyy downhill from some of the earlier seasons, but it’s all just the writers’ way of making people laugh. And honestly I like laughing at stereotypes. Even (sometimes, especially) those aimed at my beliefs.

  • May 14, 2012 at 8:37pm

    Typical “talking out of your ass” response. You’re just as bad as these jokes claiming that all Ron Paul supporters are anarchists. Congrats! You’ve lowered yourself to the level of below-the-belt, raunchy, adult cartoon humor. Only difference is that you honestly believe that, while these guys are just joking for an audience.

  • May 13, 2012 at 8:53pm

    True statement Individualism. Perhaps it’s a little extreme to call Romney the White Obama, but by comparison to a Constitutional Conservative, they are both Liberal gentlemen. There are bad apples in Paul’s supporters. Just as there are in EVERY other candidate and party. The difference is that most Paul supporters actually care enough to get out and say, to other people’s faces “you are wrong”. It’s not always graceful and that’s where the bad rep comes from. How bout Romney’s freaks? “Obama is a Kenyan Muslim! He want’s Sharia Law! We need a white rich guy to take the Whitehouse again! You Paulbots are dumb f*cks and are ruining the republican party! Stop being retarded idiotic drooling immature brats! Vote for Romney!” Yeah, that will get us to vote for your liberal RINO. Way to demonize the people you need to get Obama out.

  • February 10, 2012 at 1:52am

    First, this is horrific and tragic. My heart goes out to whatever family they left, and prayers especially to the baby and whatever loving family takes him (her?).
    Second, LOVE how all these old timers and eccentrics seem to think facebook is an open forum where we pour our lives out to every passer-by. Come now; you know you have the ability to make any and all information you want private on facebook? If idiots leave their information open to all then they’re…well, idiots. But those of us rational facebook users know the dangers. My phone #, address, etc. is available only to me. My pictures and school/work info is available only to friends. Someone who is not my “friend” can see only my display picture and name. The website itself tells you only to add people you know personally. Remember what your parents taught you: “don’t talk to strangers.” Don’t cry that it’s the website making people do bad thingst; it makes you sound like a left-wing gun-control nut. Blame bad people, not their methods.

  • November 6, 2011 at 11:05pm

    A 50 gram strawberry. Did you even watch the video, or do you just enjoy trollin’?

  • November 6, 2011 at 10:59pm

    What a bunch of trolls here. I found this article and the video to be pretty legit as a math nerd. Go drink your haterade and snack on your hater-tots on some liberal site where there’s actually stuff to criticize ;)

  • October 31, 2011 at 9:32pm

    Why shouldn’t kids be allowed to have fun, dress up as their favorite super hero, and eat candy til they puke? Just because of the origins of the holiday? That’s got to be the most narrow-minded view point possible. The only people who should boycott Halloween for being a pagan holiday also need to boycott Easter and Christmas which were based on pagan holidays. Everyone else is simply a hypocrite.

    Now, there is no Christian claim to Halloween so there’s no need to talk about it in church other than to warn people of the spiritual dangers (playing with magic and other demonic practices). The limits on how to celebrate, obviously, should be set by the individual and the parents of children. Abstain from participating at all? Well how about money? The all-seeing eye pyramid on the dollar bill is a pagan symbol. Boycott money too? It’s one thing to abstain from witchcraft, it’s another thing entirely to call the innocent act of trick or treating or costume parties “evil”.

  • October 25, 2011 at 3:31am

    I wish this zombie test was in my town. I know a few dozen guys and girls who’d love to be part of a horde. We actually roamed the streets a couple years ago on halloween all dressed as zombies and chasing cars. Maybe it’s a teenager thing but I think that would be freakin’ fun to be a part of lol. quit being so old guys xD