Pappy did right in teaching her how to handle the shotgun. Great job young lady.
February 24, 2015 at 12:33am
I am not a fan of Lady Gaga, but when I came across the album she made with Tony Bennett, I was very much impressed with her. I would listen to her a lot if she sings jazz and not rely on the visual effects that is normally associated with her acts. She has an incredible voice and is very attractive when dressed like a normal woman. Tattoos are a major distraction though. I think she is wasting her talents in the genre she current is in.
February 24, 2015 at 12:20am
From your comment I take it that your listened to their album “Cheek to Cheek”. I enjoyed it very much. Pity that she wont change her genre to jazz as she does have the voice for it. The tatoos has to go.
February 23, 2015 at 11:57pm
Putting all Esprite de Corpse banter aside, doesn’t matter where we served or what jobs we did. I was an MP for 13 years, with a short tour in Recruiting in northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan. During that time, I did VIP security mission in Korea on the DMZ, security for items that are vital for National Security, along with the usual MP duties. After that I I served in the Infantry for 10 years and that was in the army guard which included fighting forest fires and deployments for possible civil unrest.
Everytime I get thanked for serving by a younger SM, I tell them that the best way to thank me is to do their duties 110% effort and to serve with honor.
This sleezy looking VA Secretary I have no respect for.
February 23, 2015 at 11:42pm
You do not have to serve in a Ranger battalion to go to Ranger school, just like Airborne and Air Assault school. I turned down Air Assault school due to living out of a suitcase for several months and have not worked with my unit with my normal job plus just plain tired of all the traveling. That was due to special missions, mandatory schools, and leave. Looking back I wished I went. Could have given me different assignments.
February 19, 2015 at 10:55am
I’m 56 and my mom is Mom and my dad is Dad. Both passed away years ago, but will always be Mom and Dad. I have never heard anyone say the opposite in my life and I have lived in several countries. And to my daughter I will always be Papa.
 February 15, 2015 at 11:35am
So is Comcast responsible as they tried and succeeded in check fraud by depositing a check that is made out to another person.
 February 15, 2015 at 11:28am
We really pacified the Germans. I saw that in the 1970′s when I was first stationed in Germany. The pacification got worse over the years. My last unit was attached to the 12th Panzer Division and they were a bunch of whimps. Since we were a forward deployed brigade commanded by a one star we trained like we would fight. Meaning we lived in the field among other things. During joint exercises,the Germans would cry that they could not live in hotels. What surprised me were the French as they ate up our training and loved every minute of it.
I had a chance to speak with a German who served in the East German army and their training was similar to ours.
Germans wont be able to fight anyone and they know it, so they cave in to the Muslim. Pity that they have fallen so far from their glory days.
raydg, I too was stationed in Germany. Once in Geißen and once in Darmstadt for a total of 6 years. I was also very disappointed in how soft and unmotivated the German troops were. I was a Combat Engineer and a member of the 547th Engineer Battalion, 130th Engineer Brigade (Mechanized). Even worse were German civilians. They were effeminate, weak, and soft. No wonder the IslamoNazis have been able to brow beat and intimidate the Germans into cancelling their march. And 70 years of social(ist) engineering, effeminizing, and political correctness is responsible for the Europeans capitulating to the Wahabbists without even a whisper.
 February 13, 2015 at 2:46am
Sounds like someone smacked into an halon canister. That happened to our platoon during Bradley school. Driver had the sense to drop the ramp right away and the crew popped their hatches. Most we got out of it was nasty headaches, while the Soldier who kissed the canister got a red burn on his face. I know how the Marines feel.
 February 7, 2015 at 10:11am
All I know about Canada is the Great White North hosted by the Mckenzie Brothers. Like eh you hoser.
 February 7, 2015 at 9:56am
Wrong choice. Scum like that needed to be taken out of the house feet first, on his back, and on his way to the morgue. Would have saved the taxpayers a ton of money.
 February 4, 2015 at 5:13pm
I guess I have to start cheating so that my behavior matches my very long ring fingers. But it wont happen as my wife wont let me.
 February 4, 2015 at 9:54am
That’s nothing, I saw a video of a four horse team pull a stuck loaded tractor-trailer. The horses struggled less this F150.
I wouldn't say the Ford spinning tires was actually struggling.
 February 4, 2015 at 9:43am
For me it does not matter that the LT is a Muslim, he should be given full military honors for his bravery in the face of the enemy. The King did right by hanging those terrorist and should push through the execution of the other terrorists on death row. As for the rest of IS, hunt down these lowlifes sons of bees with itches and show no mercy Too bad our politicians are a bunch panty waisted whimps. and cowards.
 January 30, 2015 at 10:20am
This is the United States of America, which has fifty States, not districts or provinces. All entities have a constitution and the main law of the land is the US Constitution with the Amendments. What makes this country different from any other country is that God, not governments give rights and that law is our king, not man. We must follow the law regardless who we are. So from my point of view, this cop along with the criminals in Congress and the White House trample over our rights and that is why I call them criminals.
Our rights to an attorney, proper searches, lawful detention, and innocent until found guilty came from the nasty habit of the English violating those rights.
 January 30, 2015 at 10:07am
What makes this worse is that it is done on video along with that the lawyer is not resisting. I was told in my criminal justice classes that once the lawyer is asked for, we cannot talk to the person without going through the lawyer. It was drilled into me by both defense and prosecution.
You need not even ask for an attorney or state that you waive your 5A rights or that you're willing to talk. Once your legal counsel arrives they can (and should) tell you to zip your lips and can stop any questioning. If police want to photograph someone "in public" they may do so, but to detain and question a person while photographing them requires probable cause. Regardless, the attorney can refuse to let the client be photographed.
 January 29, 2015 at 10:02am
I use FedEx, DHL (when overseas), UPS, and USPS. I have no problems with FedEx or USP and have had numerous problems with USPS and DHL. Unfortunately FedEx is not set up in the countries for convenience and wont accept credit cards so I am stuck with DHL. As for the USPS, they are government employees. Need I say more?
 January 28, 2015 at 5:29pm
Rogers and our QB, Russell Wilson are great men.
Glad that Green Bay lost:)