User Profile: Quagmir


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  • [1] August 19, 2014 at 6:52pm

    I have been prepping for a long time now. My mom calls me the other day and asks if this is what I was prepping for. My answer was, this is partly it. It could get worse.

    Great time to live across the river in St Charles county were it is a little safer.

  • [5] August 18, 2014 at 10:53am

    We here in MO just passed an amendment to our state constitution protecting not just our weapons but everything involved like ammo and magazines and such. My 30 round Glock Mags are safe here:) My 14 round .45 CCW is safe.

  • [6] August 17, 2014 at 9:24pm

    Rural and suburban Missouri are Right leaning. Ferguson despite the name is St. Louis. Its St. Louis county and no different than the liberal city.

    What isn’t liberal about ferguson?

    Im in St. Charles County and have lived in the St. Louis area for 38 years. We moved out of St. Louis county 25 years ago because of this stuff on a smaller level. Think shipping inner city kids to county schools and race fights involving 3-400 kids the last day of school 3 years in a row before we moved.

  • August 10, 2014 at 12:10pm

    And they keep asking us why we are all moving out of St. Louis County far west into the suburbs.

    25 Years ago my mother moved us out of the county and it has gotten worse everyday since in the county.

  • August 8, 2014 at 1:49pm

    Finally some one was dumb enough to say this stupid line again on a hockey story.

  • [2] July 26, 2014 at 7:21pm

    Not making payments for your leased car is breaking the lease agreement and essentially you are driving a stolen vehicle or at least one that does not belong to you.

    Try not paying for your hotel room and see if they clean out the room and pack all the stuff in storage…… Try not making your house payment…. Do you see how silly that argument sounds? Those contracts about paying for your stuff can be tricky.

    If there is significant threat to life? 4th Amendment is unreasonable search. I personally think someone’s life being in danger is worthy of investigation. Anyone hears screaming coming from the truck of your “un paid leased vehicle” may call the police but you think because you leased it they have no authority to investigate a life threatening incident. Some goes for your landlord scenario. I own my house and if I hear the threat of life and limb coming from my neighbors house. I am not the landlord but I am calling the cops and they will enter.

    For this case. Motel staff should have never entered the room. it was 15 minutes between phone calls and they were returning to the scene. Its a noise complaint and not life or limb…. The call should have come before anything else happened. 4th amendment or not, that is just human decency.

  • June 20, 2014 at 9:19am

    Both my legs were blown off in an IED attack. You want to compare taking care of vets who EARNED and were promised to be taken care of as part of the service they gave to our country, that compared to someone worthless who got something for nothing and doesn’t deserve it.

    Well now that I type it out I can see how the 2 are identical. It sounded different in my head. I am sure you will feel the same when you sign a contract for benefits and don’t get them.

  • June 13, 2014 at 7:01pm


    Did you learn math using common core?

    Why are you using multiplication against MPH? You are established how much gas a car uses by saying it uses 1 GPH. 1 GPH is your answer, that’s how much an idle car uses.

    To continue that experiment you would need to see how many GPH a car doing say 60 MPH is using. Hey my car get 30 MPG. I guess I use 2 GPH. Or my car gets 60 MPG. I use what an idle car uses. Not to many 60 MPG cars out there so we can safety assume justthinkingoutloud didn’t do mathinthehead.

  • [1] June 7, 2014 at 2:27am

    My water tastes so much better when I play it Slayer, Megadeth or Pantera before I drink it. Guns n roses and other hair bands give it a bitter taste and playing rap for it makes it a great weed killer.

  • [10] June 4, 2014 at 12:33pm

    They didn’t say how old the planet is. They said “The age of Kapteyn and its planets is thought to be around 11.5 billion years old”. Thought to be… yes this is an educated guess based on a lot of factors that obviously go way over your head or you haven’t bothered to educate yourself on the process before commenting.

    The light reflected off the planet to us contains a lot of information. Certain elements show a certain signature and those particular elements take x amount of years to be formed based on what we know from our own planets history. That and little things like we know basically how long it take for a planet to form, cool enough to have a solid core and to gain an atmosphere, well its pretty easy to know how young a planet isn’t.

    Explaining any further would be as useless as explaining to a lib why killing babies is wrong.

  • March 22, 2014 at 6:12pm


    You don’t know this kid is simple minded. You know what someone claimed as an afterthought. The only things you know to be true is that these 2 fine soldiers called out someone who they though was lying about his service and for very visual obvious reasons before they got rough with him they were pretty casual in asking him basic stuff.

    They approached him and asked him why he didn’t have his head gear on, hardly a sin….

    Is this not one of the first things instilled in you as a soldier? How to dress properly? I sure remember having 2 minutes to go from my BDU’s to my PT uniform(or vise versa) and having to run up 3 flights of stairs in between each which was part of my time just to run back down and be back in formation on time just so 1 or 2 people don’t make it and we all get punished for it.

    I heard they had a time in basic training where you could hold up a card if you were stressed out and the Drill Sergeant would have to back off as part of some experiment for people going to non combat roles. Perhaps you were part of this?

    ID is part of your uniform, another failed question. He would have no problem voting but cant do much else without it. Sure they escalated it after this but if the above story is true he could have said so rather than take the verbal lashing and he may have had a hand shake instead.

    This “simple minded” kid has tattoos showing on his hand, chew/dip in his mouth and coffee. Real child like! The Velcro Ranger patch was

  • March 22, 2014 at 5:43pm

    @ 1ONE1

    If you are a Vet, really go to the nearest VA hospital and seek mental help. That’s what the VA is there for, to help you through your mental disorder. Don’t be ashamed. Lots of us came home with some PTSD.


    Well said. Am proud to call you my brother in arms.

  • March 22, 2014 at 5:10pm

    100% service connected disabled Army Vet here. I don’t care about this new angle on the story. The kid could have said from the start he was honoring his family. These Vets didn’t start off demanding he take off the patch. It escalated to that because the kid wanted to still pretend he was military when being called out for not doing the very basic things a soldier learns in basic training.

    I am glad you all who now don’t think this is ok blindly believe the twist on the story after he had a few days to think it over. Do you blindly believe what this administration says after doing the opposite as well?

    People saying true Vets wouldn’t do this…and you say this while defending DrunkGOP_Hack bashing 75% of American citizens? Is that really how a Vet should talk as well?

    I didn’t serve so I could be better than 75% of Americans, im sorry, useless Americans. Apparently DrunkGOP_Hack did. This is the elitist attitude all Libertarian/Conservative/Tea Party people are suppose to frown on, or at least you act like it on here anyway.

    I consider all former and current military my brothers and sisters but I call DrunkGOP_Hack the black sheep in my family.

  • March 20, 2014 at 1:36am

    He was knocked out but it wasn’t in 1 second. He got hit in 1 second but the ref didn’t stop the fight until about 5 second. You never stop fighting until the ref call s it. He was lucky the ref even called it, had this been the UFC and the fighter walked away like that… well I have seen it happen and the other fighter recovers while the other is tossing his hands up in the air.

    He got his bell rung but I don’t think he was out. small events don’t want fighters getting hurt and call fights way to quick. So small they are practically standing on each other when the fight starts. You don’t even get to the center of the octagon in 1.1 seconds.

  • March 20, 2014 at 1:31am

    Royce did not win the first 5 UFC events. He didn’t win UFC 3 and UFC 5 was a Draw with Ken Shamrock

  • March 19, 2014 at 3:22pm

    “contribute” yes. I have played video games since I can remember. I have a Christmas picture of me when I was 4 with an Atari jacket on that I apparently would wear everywhere. I was never a “fat kid”

    I have been to Korea in my military career as well. Those kids play just as much video games as we do. The diet there is much much different. You don’t stop at Mcdonalds for a bite to eat. You stop at the 100′s of places before you get to the Mcdonalds and get some sushi or bulgogi and rice and home cooked meals seem to be a dominate part of the meal structure where it is not here. My niece is a “fat kid” who is always on the move but eats out all the time. The one time in my life I was fat is when I ate out for most meals even though I had regular exercise.

    Not to blame restaurants because it the peoples fault for eating it to much not the restaurants. Blame is squarely on lazy parents and people imo as I was once to lazy to cook and was fat for a couple of years myself.

  • March 19, 2014 at 3:12pm

    Yeah rolling dice to determine if you win is so thrilling compared to the un needed upgraded versions like the Total War series on PC.

    Obviously you didn’t grow up with video games so I will compare it to Media(a site we are on). There was no upgrade needed for the newspaper. The news is still just as one sided.

  • January 17, 2014 at 5:26pm

    As a long Time Blues fan I fail to see the skill involved and why this is considered the save of the year or even above average save.

    The only skill the goalie used was getting back in the net. The puck was shot right at him and low as opposed to the other side of the net were he would have had to dive or something rather then just being a blob in front of the net.

    Save of the year goes to the defenseman who took a penalty on the play and disrupted the shooter so he couldn’t make a clean shot.

  • January 7, 2014 at 8:07pm

    So you think your rights can disrupt my rights? Try and open carry into my home and see if your rights are infringed. I am sorry but your rights end where others begin. Your rights don’t trump others rights.

    I want everyone to be walking around open carry with loaded weapons personally but I have to take exception to your “EVEN on private property” take on peoples rights. This would go along with the freedom of speech but that doesn’t allow you to yell fire in a movie theater line.

  • December 29, 2013 at 6:34pm

    I think he was speaking from the perspective UFC fighter on the outside looking in, not being one since he said exactly what Joe Rogan said during the commentary.

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