User Profile: RavenGlenn


Member Since: September 02, 2010

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  • April 4, 2014 at 4:34pm

    Whoa whoa whoa….Wait just a moment here Jeff. So…you’re argument is that the children will be messed up before a gay couple even begins raising them? So a gay couple shouldn’t be allowed to adopt that ‘screwed’ child because….?

    You’re argument made no sense at all. Where do those children come from? Well most of them probably come from the adoption of children who were neglected and tossed away by those straight men and women that everyone here is so fond of. Those children need a good home and if two daddies or two mommies can provide that, not a person in this world should argue against it.

    Unless YOU personally plan to take in and adopt every single child out there that needs a home, you have NO room to complain when someone else wants to(barring obvious felonies or other such criminal activity that bars them from that right – Or cases where someone is molesting a child or something. Just trying to cut off the strawman arguments before you make them :) )

    So either put up, and raise the children in your loving and caring ‘proper’ family…or shut up and let someone with love in their hearts take care of those kids. I promise you, they won’t make them gay any more than someone ‘made’ you straight.

  • March 11, 2014 at 9:07pm

    You all make me sick. You really do.

    First: It’s none of your business what anyone wants to do with their life.

    Second: You all are MASSIVELY reaching on these things like the examples from Frozen.

    Third: You used to trust Disney? When was this? When a woman stayed in a house with 7 men in the middle of the forest?

    When it was romantic for a man to take liberties with a woman in a coma?

    For a man to blackmail an imprisoned woman and try to get her child in a twisted deal?

    Disney cartoons have been based off of VERY dark folklore with far worse than ‘Pro-gay’ agendas in them.

  • February 14, 2014 at 11:45pm

    This is nothing new for most of us in the country. Honestly, I was looking at the pie chart and wondering what all these companies I have never heard of were.

    Speaking for myself: I’ve lived in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston, Punxsutawney, and other suburbs around those various areas. In each one of them, my choice was either: Comcast for high-speed internet or DSL/dial-up. Only at one point in Pittsburgh did they finally bring FIOS to my area.

    Comcast has always been this monopolyptic entity that controls the television access in areas I’ve lived. In the one case where I was able to get FIOS, I jumped at the chance and loved it as it was far cheaper and WAY better service. But for the most part, Comcast gives garbage service for massively inflated prices and you literally have no choice otherwise unless you are okay with ludicrously slow internet.

  • January 6, 2014 at 12:54pm

    It’s not. However, since the federal government has tax laws that affect marriage, it places the entirety of the system into a dangerous area. Specifically that everyone is supposed to have equal protections under the law.

    By saying that you can only have those protections if you get married and ONLY if you marry who they want you to, it is definitely in a very shady area when it comes to the equal protections clause.

    In the end, you can call it whatever you want, but gay, straight, bi, transgender, etc should all have the ability to get the same protections and advantages in the law as everyone else. The entire point of the founding of this country was for everyone to be treated equal.

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  • November 26, 2013 at 7:27pm

    You realize that Peanut Butter Jelly Time is like…SUPER old and was a popular meme about 3 years or so before Family Guy put it in an episode right?

  • November 25, 2013 at 7:53am

    Good. As much as I cannot stand Bill Nye these days, he’s dead right here. It would be irresponsible and downright silly to include ‘religious’ details as scientific theories.

    Why? Because they AREN’T scientific theories. When you have something that contains no proof or evidence, you cannot simply throw it in a text book and wash your hands of it(that they do it with global warming is another issue altogether).

    And for those religious zealots on this site: Theories are not imaginary guesses. Theories are reasoned and educated explanations for how/why something happens that is to be tested until proven incorrect. The ‘Theory of Evolution’ has not been proven incorrect. Much like how the ‘Theory of Gravity’ has not been proven incorrect(yes, gravity is a theory).

    If you want to believe in something with no scientific backing or reasoning, go for it. But you cannot push that upon children in a class that is supposed to be all about learning the true facts of the world around them. There is no place for things that someone wrote down in a book and has never proven.

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  • October 23, 2013 at 6:51pm

    What the parents did in calling the cops was the right thing to do without question. Anyone saying that it wasn’t has no idea just how much trouble the parents could have ended up in. They easily could have been serving MAJOR time for having underage drinking(and who knows what else) in their home.

    However, with that said…what the parents did in leaving their teenage, underage girls at home alone for an entire weekend without even having a neighbor keep an eye on them was STUPID. It never should have gotten to the point where they had to legally cover their own behinds.

  • October 21, 2013 at 9:55pm

    So..Detroit falls into ‘Friendly’, but not Pittsburgh? Or heck, anywhere in the south like the Carolinas?

    What the heck were they smoking when they did this ‘study’?

  • October 20, 2013 at 8:34am

    Nice satire! It truly does sound just like that with all the ludicrous religious nutjobs that frequent this site. They actually expect us all to believe that they never think about sex, masturbate, use toys, look at porn, etc.

    Listen folks: We all know you do. Everyone does. It’s okay. You aren’t going to hell for it.

  • October 14, 2013 at 8:31pm

    Every major retailer has this policy. And there are VERY good reasons for it.

    1. They don’t want their employee to risk bodily harm over something that is insured anyway.
    2. They don’t want to be sued for you getting hurt over something stupid.
    3. They don’t want a customer getting hurt because you have now caused the thief to panic.

    We are told at my company that if someone comes in and steals, robs, etc to do as they say, comply fully, and do NOT go out to try and get a license plate or anything else because you may spook them and make them do something stupid(like run someone over in a hurry to flee, shoot someone in a panic, etc).

    Just do as your told and let them go. That’s what the police are for.

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  • September 5, 2013 at 7:58am

    I know most everyone on this site are homophobic bigots, but the fact is that homosexuality is a protected status in the country. You cannot discriminate based on the color of someone’s skin, their gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, etc.

    They can claim all they want that serving them would violate their religious freedoms, but then what stops someone from saying the same about someone who is black? “Oh, my religion says I can be a racist!”

    Sorry, it just doesn’t stand up.

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  • August 15, 2013 at 8:12am

    They really don’t. Women’s MMA is pretty darn good. Heck, back in the last Ultimate Fighter Finale, they had a women’s MMA fight that was honestly the best fight on the entire card. It was brutal as can be and both women gave their hearts out.

    I know most of the folks on this site are misogynists…but really man, if you don’t know what you are talking about, don’t open your mouth.

  • August 4, 2013 at 8:16am

    @ Anointed:

    I think YOU are the one that has been brainwashed mate. If someone is homosexual and wishes to marry their beloved…to share with them the same RIGHTS as every other American(which is guaranteed under the constitution), how does that destroy YOUR definition of marriage?

    First of all, the ‘biblical’ definition of marriage is something that someone made up when they wrote a bunch of short stories. Anyone religious and reasonable will tell you about the history of the bible as a collection of moral short stories meant to help people see how to live properly. That means it is someone’s opinion.

    Secondly, there is absolutely no way that someone else’s actions completely outside of yourself can change how valuable your marriage is to you or your God.

    Thirdly, according to Christianity, it is God’s place to judge, not anyone elses. Let he who is without sin cast the first stone. So unless you are absolute perfection walking this planet, you have no right at all to go around screaming about what someone else chooses to do with their life. YOU didn’t give them that life, God did. And He shall decide if they did something worthy with it or not.

    Don’t forget Christians, you are on the exact same level as every other human walking this earth. You have the same creator and not a one of you is higher in ranking than anyone else.

  • August 2, 2013 at 12:14pm

    It’s bad enough that someone who is 18 is old enough to die for the country, but not old enough to drink…now we are taking away their freedom to indulge in pornography while they risk their lives?

    This organization should be ashamed of itself.

  • July 31, 2013 at 12:09pm

    And people wanted me to vote for John McCain…hah. This is exactly the man that I refused to compromise my morals to vote for. THIS is why the GOP keeps losing. They have no soul.

  • July 25, 2013 at 9:26am

    The literal bible talks about the world only existing for a handful of thousands of years. I’m sorry, but you are insane if you believe that. We can carbon-date fossils and even use all sorts of methods to date astrological bodies. We know that the planet has existed for millions of years.

    I found it hilarious that someone made the claim that ‘God’ created dinosaur fossils to trick and tempt us into sin. Really? I thought your ‘God’ was a kind and loving being that loves all ‘His’ children?

    See, every time something is questioned, the answer is that ‘God’ did it. So ‘God’ made murder possible. He made child molestation possible. He made genocide possible. He made all of the evils in the world possible. He made disease, cancer, and mental disorders. But he didn’t have to because he is all-powerful. He could have made the world a paradise and given everyone salvation and love. Instead, he puts us all through ‘tests’ to see if we are worthy? Why would he create people that aren’t worthy? Why would he create people that will sin?

    The only logical explanation then is that ‘God’ is actually evil. He wants people to suffer. He is infallible after all. Anything that happens is because he willed it to be. Remember that when children are murdered, raped, enslaved, etc. It HAS to have been meant to happen since god cannot do wrong. :)

  • July 22, 2013 at 2:21pm

    Uhh…Bill Whittle actually is a good guy. He does conservative videos on youtube and twitch.

  • July 19, 2013 at 8:28pm

    They add new stuff every week or so. Heck, relatively newer movies like The Avengers is on there right now.

    The service doesn’t put stuff on there right at release because they simply can’t afford to. I mean, you are only paying like $8 a month. I get WAY more than my share out of the service.

  • July 13, 2013 at 7:57pm

    As UNSTCHEM pointed out, there is no such thing as a hidden partition when it comes to the data on a disk drive. When you delete a file, you are essentially just deleting the information for where that file is stored. It’d be like if you just ripped a label off a folder in a file cabinet. The information is still there, you just don’t know where to look anymore.

    But in a computer, that information sits there until the space it occupies is needed for something else. The moment that happens, the information is overwritten by the new information and a new entry for a location is placed.

    I suppose a better analogy would be a VHS tape. You record something and then label it. Ripping that label off effectively makes it so you have no idea what’s contained in that tape, but whatever it is still exists. It isn’t until you record something over it that it goes bye-bye. The computer works exactly the same way.

  • July 12, 2013 at 7:31am

    Same here. I’m not even thirty yet and I have NEVER heard of this group. I don’t know what the writer of this article is on, but a band that nobody has ever heard of is not one of the most successful rock bands.

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