Your post is a fine example of Texas propaganda… when anything bad happens in the state of texas, it MUST be the fault of Californians. You obviously missed the thick Texas accent on the pansy in the video.
Face it, Houston, like most Texas cities is a crime-infested cesspool, and you Texans are helpless without guns. Learn how to fight.
The two posing on the hood were from California. The victims were probably from Texas and assumed that a trip to the local donut shop would not require any artillery.
Jase no such thing as a fair fight.
God created man; Samuel Colt created them equal.
EOTPR- Oh so now it's the blacks that are from CA, LOL. The story says the two thugs have not been caught, so please cite your sources that they were from CA.
You Texans are beyond ridiculous with your propaganda.
Idm- My post was not an argument against guns, it was an argument against propaganda, which I despise in any form because it is a tool of the left, and the fact that I proved Red1492 wrong and received downvotes for it, just shows that Texans LOVE their propaganda.
I am pro-gun and I carry, especially in the unfortunate event that I am dispatched into Texas. It's a violent, angry place and I don't like going there. I was almost-truck-jacked by two Russians at a rest-stop north of Dallas the last time I was there. My gun was the only thing that saved me.
hey, new yorkers flooded florida in the 70s and 80s. be careful what happens, florida is now a bastion of progressive dog food.
Jase is correct, Texans, as a general rule, are an arrogant bunch. They are lots of fun when they Elk hunt in CO or AZ. All hat, no cattle, and they need a guide to find the herd. They trespass on private land, road hunt, and even spotlight them.
So Jase just makes a blanket derogatory statement about ALL Texans to say how he hates people making blanket statements about California. Seems some of that leftist logic has rubbed off on you buddy boy. And I gave you down thumbs.
 July 12, 2016 at 4:36pm
I agree completely. Cops completely overreact. My husband & I (both white) accosted by cops 7 years ago because our car matched the description of one in a robbery. It was early in the AM, we were on our way to the airport to visit relatives out of state with our two young children. They yanked us out of the vehicle in front of a donut shop without warning, scared us and our children half to death – they did absolutely nothing to calm our boys, slammed our faces in the dirt before asking any questions. We didn’t even match the description of the suspects who were male and hispanic. We were treated so poorly and then never offered an apology. They held us up over an hour in handcuffs and we missed our flight. No sh&t$ given for the hardworking tax payer. It pisses me off to this day.
June 23, 2016 at 10:36am
I call BS on this. Someone doesn’t get enough attention at home.
 June 17, 2016 at 3:52pm
Give that young man a kiss:)
June 17, 2016 at 12:50pm
@rob_pomolit. I’m not sure what your message actually is. But: I’m a married, head of household, mother of 2. The system isn’t anymore “geared” for me than my husband. I no longer go to church and never felt that the church was expected to do anything for me. However, I did expect support from my church friends seeing how I supported them. The friendship was not reciprocated when I had an autistic child. I’m agnostic but up until that point had always attended church for the sake of community. I no longer do. Simple as that.
 June 17, 2016 at 10:52am
Yes we are. But we make conscious decisions to murder, thieve, lie, rape, steal, and subjugate, animals don’t.
June 17, 2016 at 10:49am
You don’t get the correlation? Let me spell it out for you. We put down our animals in times of suffering…we don’t even give them a choice. We do it because they are unable to function, walk or are in pain. You’re griping about people who see no end to their suffering making a conscious choice to go out on their own terms. It is selfish to force suffering on people. My friend died in December of glioblastoma and he begged to die, he was in so much pain. He had to be kept unconscious. How is that living? We’re the 911 Jumpers selfish idiots for wanting to die a quick death instead of painfully burning alive? What is wrong with you people??? It’s no one’s business but the suffering how they chose to go and I certainly respect them for that.
 June 17, 2016 at 10:35am
Even our LGBT community carries in Texas.
June 17, 2016 at 10:35am
Texans carry in bars. Trust me.
 June 17, 2016 at 10:32am
[-10] June 16, 2016 at 11:16am
 June 16, 2016 at 11:15am
People should have a choice to live or end their lives legally as long as they aren’t taking anyone out with them. We treat animals with more respect than our own.
@Red: The concept that we have a “right” to end our lives is inherently false. Life is a gift, we did not make ourselves & it us not ours to end. It is murder, just as surely as “taking anyone out” with us. I agree with Joni; this movie is dangerous. It sets up a cute-sie love interest & then a whitewashed environment for death while telling loved ones to “live”! The hypocrisy is astounding & the movie’s end disappointing.
WE ARE NOT ANIMALS.
Ever see an animal that wanted to end it's own life?
Uhm....an animal never tries to intentionally end its life. So....yeah, I'm not really getting the correlation here....
 June 16, 2016 at 11:11am
Well, I have an autistic son and NO ONE from my church attended birthday parties or even offered assistance. I got what little help and attendance that was offered through parents of children with disabilities and people outside the church. People telling me they would pray for me, our son and situation did nothing to help. Those that showed up and said “I’m here to help you” have made all the difference and it wasn’t the church community.
Yes, You need a different church. Speak to the church leaders and let them know they are not Christians.
@Red…we can understand.
But I know several places I’ve been. Seems people expect the church to do everything for them. Like a mini Gv. And wear the trust of the people out. – Not only that. With all the things going on in the world. People are getting tapped out. And afraid to say so.
Plus more and more people don’t look at birthdays as a good thing. They look at it as being one day closer to death. And think about this. If everyone was helping with birthday gifts, etc. And if there is a lot in the church. That is a lot of money. If you also figure if they donate 1 to 10%, and so on. Not to mention people come and go, and use the church, etc.
We have new arrivals in the neighborhood all the time. In a certain complex down the street. And one of the first things they do is head for the churches, the county building and so on. Looking for hand outs. And rarely if ever help compensate for what was given. So others can be helped. And this probably has happened 30 to 50 times in the last 5 years or so.
There is a lot of profession hoppers these days.
Anyway…remember this. Better to have yourself and a good time with your son. Than a make believe world. At least you are together. That is better than many have. ….or have had.
And I don't know if you are a single father. But society and the system is more geared to/for single women. Than to men. And boys....
@rob_pomolit. I'm not sure what your message actually is. But: I'm a married, head of household, mother of 2. The system isn't anymore "geared" for me than my husband. I no longer go to church and never felt that the church was expected to do anything for me. However, I did expect support from my church friends seeing how I supported them. The friendship was not reciprocated when I had an autistic child. I'm agnostic but up until that point had always attended church for the sake of community. I no longer do. Simple as that.
 January 19, 2016 at 10:41am
THIS^ is your response to her attack?!?? You need to reflect and get help.
October 20, 2015 at 11:19am
That’s my rule as well. I decorate the HECK outta my home inside and out but on my door is a large sign that says No Costume, No Candy.
October 20, 2015 at 11:17am
Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love seeing all the kids in their get-ups and some are so creative. If you are wearing a costume, you’ll get candy from me. I don’t care if you’re 55 yrs old and trick or treating as long as you’re suited up for the occasion. What irritates me is that kids just show up at your door wearing regular clothes, putting no effort into it whatsoever these days. I put a sign on my door every year that says ” NO COSTUME, NO CANDY “.
October 19, 2015 at 11:11am
If he had doubts, he should have bailed early on, bridezilla or not. Bailing out a few days before the wedding, flat out cowardice. I bet he did it via text.