User Profile: RabidPatriot

RabidPatriot

Member Since: December 17, 2010

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  • January 27, 2015 at 11:32pm

    The truly incredible thing is that they convince people to stand in line for days, just to replace a phone that works perfect, for another phone that does exactly the same thing. They get these dumb people to herd up like cattle every year.

  • [1] January 26, 2015 at 2:42pm

    I see a lot of you prescribe to the Common Core version of morals. It took you 27 steps to come to the right answer, but you finally got it. Here’s a participation trophy.

  • [22] January 25, 2015 at 10:34pm

    I have a clear conscience and I don’t wrestle around with the forces of good and evil. I know what the correct and moral thing to do is, so do you and so did she. In the end, after struggling to do the right thing, she did what she should have done immediately.

    What I find disgusting is that she still took a reward and is now getting patted on the back like she did some great thing. A clearly moral person would have seen the mistake and immediately returned the money and would have been happy enough with the fact that they are a good person.
    I guess if you’re the kind of person that struggles through life staying on the straight and narrow, this is a big deal.

  • [33] January 25, 2015 at 5:07pm

    Some people are just stupid.

  • [65] January 25, 2015 at 5:05pm

    There is something wrong with you when you drive home with the cash, need to have a family meeting with your spouse and require that you scare yourself with a watching deity to do the right thing.

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  • [17] January 25, 2015 at 4:57pm

    Over the last 15 years here in WA, the weather has stabilized and has become more pleasant to live here. My garden is far more productive than it was and whatever is happening to the climate… I applaud and I hope it continues. I live right on the Sound and the sea levels haven’t budged an inch. The high water erosion marks on the rocks have probably been there for thousands of years and it’s still at the mark. Maybe if these climate cult people actually went outside and stopped inventing and ignoring data, they would stop with their BS.

  • [53] January 25, 2015 at 3:13am

    This kind of feckless society just invites aggression.

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  • January 24, 2015 at 11:23pm

    The bottle traveled a whole 400 miles and to an island on the same coastline. I travel farther on my boat out here to go fishing for tuna. I’ve heard of bottles circumnavigating the whole earth.

  • [6] January 24, 2015 at 4:28pm

    There are few things the government is good at, but the thing they are the greatest at is propaganda and controlling the message. This administration is violently anti-gun ownership for civilians. If there was a story here to exploit about the dangers of guns in the hands of civilians, they would have or will create one.

    If you don’t think the government is good at deception and controlling information: When was the last time anybody heard a story about Ebola in the U.S.? Do you think they magically cured it, or do you think the CDC is no longer reporting victims and casualties? I think the CDC is on full information lock down and you will never hear of it again, until you have it.

  • [6] January 24, 2015 at 4:03pm

    @Punx

    The main difference between Fox and the rest, is they are never criticized for burying a story over ideology. They know people want the news and they will run a story about anyone of any political stripe. The other networks lie through omission. They will just ignore a legitimate news story if it harms their liberal worldview. Then they have the balls to criticize Fox for reporting “right-wing” stories. When did news become “wing” oriented? It’s either news or it isn’t. The media should be kicking in the head of both parties with equal ferocity. It should be a media vs. the government cage fight every night. Instead, the liberal media is nothing more than the mistress of the political left. The only time the media gets mad with Obama, is when he is too rough with them and then just wipes himself off on their curtains on his way out.

  • [18] January 24, 2015 at 3:52pm

    I think the same thing happened to someone in New Mexico a few years ago. I think they are still paying him his millions.

  • [23] January 24, 2015 at 5:34am

    If any Republican Presidential administration did anything to embarrass America, like Obama does on a daily basis, the liberal medial would have crucified them. If either of the Bush Presidents or Reagan would have turned their back on such an event, it would have been months of endless 24 hour coverage on NBC, CBS, ABC and CNN. The liberal media only does a crap job of reporting world events when a Democrat is President, when a Republican is in office, the are rummaging through garbage and turning every stone for any dirt they can find. If they can’t find any, people like Rather just make it up.

  • [30] January 23, 2015 at 8:24pm

    When I was young, I would go spelunking with friends all of the time. We would get into some very deep caves and find clear and white cave fish all of the time. They evolved without eyes or color. There were eels, aquatic worms, crustaceans and insects that looked the same way. These pools were fed by water drips from the cave ceiling and they never were in contact with the sun. This isn’t new.

  • January 23, 2015 at 4:48pm

    I was speaking to commentators and not her. I couldn’t care less if one housewife decides to wear baggy clothes. I love freedom. I don’t care if she wears a burqa or walks around totally nude. I just find it ridiculous that people think yoga pants are an affront to God. Just dumb. Quite frankly, most of the women that “choose” not to wear yoga pants are doing society a favor. When you roll your yoga pants up like a sleeping bag to put them away… nobody wants to see you wearing them anyway.

  • January 23, 2015 at 4:44pm

    The only reason why I know where that is, is because that is where the closest Cracker Barrel is from the Puget Sound in WA.

  • January 22, 2015 at 5:25pm

    When people can come out and say that comfortable athletic wear can’t be worn by women because it somehow gets men too sexually stimulated, and keep a straight face… wow, talk about 1st world problems. These are the same kind of people that love America and support freedom for all and then want to shut down what women wear, how the act… Sex is a part of life. Trying to shutdown natural feelings that God gave you is weird. God judges you on your actions. If you’re following women in yoga pants all day long to fill some kind of abhorrent desire, that’s on you not the woman coming out of yoga class. Weirdos.

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  • [3] January 21, 2015 at 2:18pm

    Abortion is America’s Sharia Law, our version of stoning, beheading and honor killing. We kill more people with abortion than terrorists do with their BS religion and we need to get our s**t together. What’s worse, is that terrorists kill their enemies and we are killing ourselves. Dumb.

  • [34] January 21, 2015 at 2:08pm

    It’s not that the zones exist or don’t exist, I can tell you from experience that they are there. It’s because Fox implied that these “no go zones” were officially sanctioned by the French government as “no go zones.” These zones function just like some of the hardcore Black urban ghettos here in the U.S. The old Cabrini Green housing project in Chicago comes to mind. That place was run by Black street gangs and cops did not do routine patrols there for fear of death. Cops have been killed there. The only people that were allowed in were Blacks from the gang that ran the place, all others faced death. The only time cops went there is when they were trying to apprehend killers and even then they had to go in with a small army of law enforcement. It got so bad, Chicago finally just demolished the whole place (it was huge) instead of trying to reform it. Just like the Muslim no go zones, it was never officially sanctioned as such by the U.S. Government, but it still existed as such.

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  • [112] January 21, 2015 at 1:50pm

    A wealthy, urban, secular progressive that works in the media, hates the NRA… what’s the story here? He also added that America is racist and misogynistic. I think it is people like him that America could use less of.

  • [11] January 21, 2015 at 1:25am

    That’s pounds of pressure, which is a measurement of how much air is in the ball. Since the balls expand, the more air pressure in the ball, the bigger the ball is, it’s bouncier, and it’s harder too. It’s not a measurement of weight of the ball.

    The idea that a ball can lose water weight during a game is very funny and I hope it was induced by beer and ambien.

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