User Profile: Rational Man

Rational Man

Member Since: September 02, 2010

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  • February 3, 2013 at 8:52pm

    Around noon today WWP started replying to inquiries on their facebook page about the church rejection by pasting this to every post.

    “We did turn down this potential fundraiser because it did not fit several of our giving guidelines for community events. Unfortunately, we mistakenly communicated to the church that the event was turned down because we do not accept donations from religious groups, which is not the case. We work with many diverse groups to honor and empower Wounded Warriors including religious groups. We have called the church to apologize for any confusion.”

  • February 3, 2013 at 11:05am

    Oh yea, then there is this.

    Wounded Warrior Project In Not So Many Words Admits It Is Anti Gun
    http://www.ammoland.com/2012/11/wounded-warrior-project-is-anti-gun/#axzz2JqoooRRq

  • February 3, 2013 at 11:00am

    WWP’s facebook page is buzzing! This is one of my favorite posts from there.

    Let’s be clear. WWP believes the Playboy Mansion is a worthy partner to lend their WWP brand to, but a church is not. A place known for drunken orgies and objectifying women is a much better organization than a religious institution?

    Playboy WWP fundraiser;
    http://www.bikerornot.com/Event/21421

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  • January 19, 2013 at 6:19am

    Your modern 9mm ammo argument is what is “moot”.
    Seeing how the military is limited to NATO spec ball ammo anyway.

  • January 19, 2013 at 6:11am

    Ditto on the Kimber!

  • January 18, 2013 at 11:30pm

    What a dumb question! Who cares what it looks like? It’s a combat handgun for mercy’s sake.
    It’s the best platform for it’s purpose except I would opt for a Para-Ordnance P-14 and get twice the ammo capacity. Cera-Cote is the best finish, pick a color. Funny that Colt got the contract when everybody else had to show Colt how to improve the 1911 after 85 years of manufacturing it. I’m talking about Kimber, of coarse. Colt almost dried up and died after 1996 when Kimber started making better production 1911s than anyone. Probably just picked Colt for nostalgic reasons.

  • January 16, 2013 at 4:01pm

    In my story above, I feel that the Father was making an impression on me that I would not forget since I have an affinity for charging ahead and not waiting on God to do his work, in His timing. I have heard the audible voice from time to time and even got in an argument once with the Holy Spirit over that affinity that I just mentioned. I was charging ahead to confront some people that were trashing me in church. I’m sure that I looked insane storming down the street and talking out loud as the Holy Spirit was telling me to stop and not confront these people. I relented and let it go and continued to not stand up for myself until it all blew up and the church split, the pastor quit and the truth all came out about the situation and that I had been grossly mistreated and the church members involved were shamed, to say the least. I backed off as I was instructed by the Holy Spirit and God worked it all out in the end without any of my meddling. During that time I was constantly reminded of the scripture from Isaiah 53:7 speaking of Jesus hundreds of years before He was born. “He was oppressed and afflicted, yet He opened not His mouth, he was led like a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearers is silent, so he did not open his mouth.” My example! I have heard the audible voice several times in mostly single words or short phrases. Mostly it’s an inner voice in my spirit that is not audible in my ears, but none the less, very clear.

  • January 16, 2013 at 3:29pm

    I was once in a very painful and stressful time in my life and spent all my spare time alone seeking the presence and wisdom of God. While sitting alone playing my guitar and talking to the Father, sensing His presence and feeling at peace, the words of a simple little song started coming to mind. I recognized the words from Isaiah 40:31 but they were coming to mind in a simple little song. I picked up the chords on my guitar and the next thing I knew I was singing this song. “they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; they shall walk, and not faint; teach me LORD, teach me LORD to wait.” The song sounded familiar, but to this day I do not know if it was brought to mind from memory of when I had learned it sometime in the past or was given to me at that moment by the Holy Spirit for the first time. I didn’t think too much about it while I was singing the short little song and then all of a sudden an adult Bald Eagle swooped down into view from my window and landed in a small tree in the neighbor’s back yard really close to where I was sitting. I didn’t make the connection at first but was just a little bit in awe of the sight of the eagle that came to pay me a visit. I ran outside to get a closer look but by the time I got out there he was gone. I went inside and resumed the song before I made the connection.

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  • January 16, 2013 at 7:00am

    You need to take your meds before posting and follow your own advice, Mr. Holier Than Thou.
    It’s not our fault you can’t tell the difference between right and wrong.

    “ITS YOU!!! LOOK IN THE DAMN MIRROR AND PICK APART YOURSELF before you tear into someone else.”

  • January 16, 2013 at 6:44am

    Justice would be deportation of illegal aliens, according to the laws. Helping a “stranger” would refer to helping a homeless citizen or a citizen in need. Not a criminal invader. To follow the ideology set forth here would be suicide for a country that has already done more for others around the world than all other countries combined. And then no one is benefited and all is lost. I can’t be guilt tripped into doing the wrong thing, which is what these people are trying to do. Will I do all I can for another in need? Yes! Will I stand up for self destructive national policy? NO!

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  • January 14, 2013 at 8:12pm

    I dumped java quite a while ago because of nasty zeroaccess snooper bug that rode into my laptop on a java update un-noticed at the time. It popped up on a Norton 360 scan later. It took me several days to figure out how to get rid of that thing. The online “fixes” and removal tools didn’t work. Norton 360 identified the file location from scanning, but couldn’t get rid of it. I had to delete the file manually myself. It took over control of the permissions and not being a computer wizz, it took me several tries to figure out how to get around it and gain administrator status of the file and delete the file with the snooper bug in it. It actually created a duplicate of another valid file to hide in. I also discovered one or two other files that were mutating into duplicates of their hosts and deleted them too. While going through that mess, I read up a little on the bug and it IS a nasty little #$%$ that in some cases can monitor your key strokes and take control of your computer, so I read online by others that had to deal with it. I have had similar but less serious problems with auto updates from others including windows and adobe. I don’t do auto updates anymore and when I do update manually, I always run scans immediately afterwards.

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  • January 11, 2013 at 2:27am

    Besides all of the obvious personal and public safety issues, the deal made about not getting into trouble, the lying and bad judgement buy not accepting the ride home when mom offered and the irresponsibility of breaking the law by drinking in the first place (16yrs old), there is the issue of a single mom having to pay increased insurance premiums on not only his truck but every vehicle at her house. Her personal car insurance will unavoidably go up for probably 5 years just because the boy is a licensed driver with a DUI conviction and living at the same residence. Almost as if she got the DUI herself. She did the right thing and the smart thing. She might even want to consider yanking his drivers license if the local laws don’t do it for her. If it’s painful enough for the kid, maybe he will at least be less likely to do it again. Personally, I wish my mom had been tougher on me in a similar situation when I was a teenager…

  • January 11, 2013 at 2:24am

    Besides all of the obvious personal and public safety issues, the deal made about not getting into trouble, the lying and bad judgement buy not accepting the ride home when mom offered and the irresponsibility of breaking the law by drinking in the first place (16yrs old), there is the issue of a single mom having to pay increased insurance premiums on not only his truck but every vehicle at her house. Her personal car insurance will unavoidably go up for probably 5 years just because the boy is a licensed driver with a DUI conviction and living at the same residence. Almost as if she got the DUI herself. She did the right thing and the smart thing. She might even want to consider yanking his drivers license if the local laws don’t do it for her. If it’s painful enough for the kid, maybe he will at least be less likely to do it again. Personally, I wish my mom had been tougher on me in a similar situation when I was a teenager..

  • January 11, 2013 at 2:18am

    Besides all of the obvious personal and public safety issues, the deal made about not getting into trouble, the lying and bad judgement buy not accepting the ride home when mom offered and the irresponsibility of breaking the law by drinking in the first place (16yrs old), there is the issue of a single mom having to pay increased insurance premiums on not only his truck but every vehicle at her house. Her personal car insurance will unavoidably go up for probably 5 years just because the boy is a licensed driver with a DUI conviction and living at the same residence. Almost as if she got the DUI herself. She did the right thing and the smart thing. She might even want to consider yanking his drivers license if the local laws don’t do it for her. If it’s painful enough for the kid, maybe he will at least be less likely to do it again. Personally, I wish my mom had been tougher on me in a similar situation when I was a teenager.

  • January 10, 2013 at 5:05am

    This is a good advertisement for the Drudge Report. Besides being one of the very few references to Hitler and Stalin that is appropriate, on Drudge there are not any annoying pop-ups and advertising crammed into every square inch of the page. No garbage to slow down my PC. And no mandatory scanning and clean-up after viewing. This attempt at landing a cheap-shot on Drudge should backfire on The Blaze. This cheap-shot by The Blaze is more than “just one degree below” The Drudge Report.

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  • January 5, 2013 at 8:36pm

    I wonder how long it will take AJ to fire her for being a Jew?

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  • January 1, 2013 at 11:58am

    Fat chance of that. I refuse to watch the video, but I saw a picture on another website and Cooper was just standing there smiling while Griffin was doing her thing. They are fellow perverts, after all……

  • January 1, 2013 at 11:55am

    Exactly why she does this kind of stuff,….attention. Even if it’s bad attention.

  • January 1, 2013 at 11:52am

    How sweet is that, that we get to share in that special moment in Anderson Coopers life when he had his first sexual contact with a woman…….Precious moments!

    Two really gross people. I never watch anything on CNN, but every year we hear Griffin does something to try and top what she did the year before, so she can get some kind of publicity, try to get SOMEBODY to pay attention to her skanky self. It just gets a little worse every year. Didn’t she take her clothes off last year? How old is that bondo babe anyway?………

  • December 30, 2012 at 12:46am

    12/29/2012, 10:42 pm Mtn. time
    92,198 signatures and counting

    Anyone else think that Morgan is probably beefing up his own ARMED security about now?

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