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rjtaurus605

Member Since: November 16, 2010

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  • November 27, 2013 at 2:06pm

    skates do not have swim bladders, so this should not be an issue.

  • October 11, 2013 at 8:09am

    I am working with a young kid that does not know what he wants to do, he is wasting his time in college now, complaining on how lame his classes are(and he is right), I told him to learn a trade, become a welder for example. and as we were talking about this, we we watching a construction site next to where we were working, and commented that the the metal fabrication company that was on the site were friends of his father, and told him they had jobs back logged until mid 2016, I felt like knocking him in the head like the veggie juice commercial, DUH, this is what I have been talking about!!!!!!!
    Great program MIke!!!!

  • August 3, 2013 at 8:32am

    In the winter of 1039-40, the press called WWII the “phony war” and we see how that turned out. This is a huge mess that goes far more than most can imagine. I am hoping we can survive what is coming.

  • July 25, 2013 at 4:34pm

    This center is not in the middle of the desert, it is just a little south of SLC, a stone’s throw from a super walmart, across the valley from the Lehi Cabela’s, you can see it from the Cablea’s parking lot.

  • July 21, 2013 at 12:18pm

    And Barry said, “if I had a son he would look like Rabih Ahmad”

  • June 30, 2013 at 7:13pm

    Over the years I have had to remove a lot of graffiti, and I would count myself blessed if it were all caulk.
    this is ridiculous, go after real criminals.

  • June 30, 2013 at 10:29am

    And you will be very welcome here in Utah, lots of great skiing, and we respect the Constitution here!
    I hope Magpul considers moving just a little west to Utah, we will welcome you too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • June 28, 2013 at 9:23am

    Magpul can move over one state to Utah, We are mighty friendly here, just stay out of Salt Lake City proper, that is where we put all of the liberals.

  • June 27, 2013 at 10:09am

    I have mixed feelings about these devices. as someone above said, this goes both ways, the government(fed.,state,local) watching us, and private citizens watching government.
    As to shooting them down, besides the obvious legal ramifications, they can fly high, out of range, and with cameras that can zoom in. At a great height, you can’t see them, you might be being observed on your next hunting trip, for example.

  • June 26, 2013 at 6:38pm

    I do not know what was going through the Prosecutors head when they decided to put this person on the stand. this women is higher than a kite, and this is their “star” witness?
    what a joke.
    I wonder after it is shown that Martin was a nasty, drug using thug, will the president still say that could be his kid?

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  • June 25, 2013 at 11:49am

    Unarmed security, so they can watch you getting your **** beat? How are they going to keep you safe? Look, if I am not home, my security system(and dogs) hopefully will scare away a robber. If I am home my first concern is not my stuff, but my safety. I will not rely on security personnel, especially if they are unarmed, ( have been in the property management business for decades and know a little bit about security), I will defend myself. and there are many ways to do this. My daughter, for example, is a black belt and an expert marksmen, myself I am not afraid of a confrontation, because I know how to take care of myself from several different angles, and I would use deadly force if I felt it was necessary. Tell me, if you were confronted, what would you do, get your **** beat (or killed)waiting for LE to arrive?

  • June 25, 2013 at 11:20am

    First, I would like to say to the women attacked I hope you recover fully and think about how you can protect yourself and your children.I find it interesting that there was a nanny-cam, how about an alarm system? I know when seconds count LE is minutes away, but at least the alarm might have alerted her of someone breaking in and possibly scared the intruder away. Also an alarm gives you a heads up so you can secure your weapon. I grew up in the next town to where this happened, and I know the mindset, very few gun owners, and very restrictive laws.
    I love how these anti-gun types come to a Conservative site and try to act so high and mighty, they quote useless statistics, tell us how we are going to kill everyone around us with our evil guns, when they have no practical knowledge of their use.
    I go to “left” sites, mostly to see what they think, but I don’t comment on them, there is no point to that, I will never change minds on a web sight. I have however, changed minds in person, talking one on one, and have encouraged those who think guns are evil to come to a gun range with me. I tell them simply that unless you know what it is like to fire a weapon, your opinion is childish at best.
    I have made several converts.

  • June 24, 2013 at 10:32am

    I like my privacy, but I do understand stores asking marketing questions, I managed a store that required name address,phone number and e-mail. we did not sell this info to anyone, but used it for direct contact with our customers regarding special events, and sales. It was a specialty store, and for the most part our customers did not mind. If anyone objected, we could opt them out of any contact. One of the reasons we collected the info was fraud protection, on several occasions we stopped and assisted local law enforcement with credit card fraud, and there were other more practical reasons, almost every week a customer would leave an item purchased, a hat an umbrella, a credit card in the store, and we were able to contact them because we had their info. and they could get their stuff back.
    all I am saying is there can be two side to a story. in the above situation where they locked the customer in the store they(manager) obviously went way too far. I hope the company keeps its word and makes some type of apology and does something nice for the customer.

  • June 18, 2013 at 3:21pm

    Do you want to know why this is a stupid campaign by Cuomo? Look at the guy- look at his eyes, he looks like he is out of his mind high on some mind numbing drug, so why be surprised he does this crazy stuff? If the people of the Sate of New York want people and businesses moving back to N.Y., they have to reduce taxes, and get rid of the extremely costly regulations that make the state so expensive to live in. I feel so sorry for the up state people(I once owned a hunting camp in St. Lawrence county), they are being dragged down by this nonsense.
    Vote the bums out!

    In reply to the contribution New York Needs New Ideas

  • June 17, 2013 at 9:15am

    8-10 year olds out at 9pm without supervision, and do $40,000 of damage, this can not be their first offense, they must have gotten into trouble before a good lawyer will get him off, the sad thing is that one, he needs a lawyer, and two, that the parents had the nerve to press charges at all. If I were the homeowner, I would start a lawsuit against each parent, and complain to child services that these parents were negligent – not supervising their kids, stir up as much as you can, so they back down.

  • June 11, 2013 at 11:52pm

    I just forwarded this video to my family and friends, a great plain spoken statement on truth!

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  • May 25, 2013 at 6:03pm

    Speaking of government workers, anyone notice how they have put a muzzle on Joe Biden? Not a peep from him since all of these scandals broke, I say something is there, did uncle Joe sit in a meeting that Barry’s inner circle does not want leaked?

  • May 25, 2013 at 11:58am

    I had a history teacher that had very strict grading system on multiple choice tests- A-95% or better,B-85% to 94%, etc… and then 100% wrong-A. his thinking was that it was almost impossible to get all questions on a 100 question multiple answer test wrong unless you did it intentionally, which would also be gutsy, since there was no sympathy for 99 wrong and one right, a F.

  • May 24, 2013 at 8:56pm

    When we first got married, I could not get my wife to go to the range for anything, now she loves to shoot, her favorite right now is her 12 gauge side by side, and she has a A/R on her wishlist for Christmas!

  • May 21, 2013 at 7:21pm

    Not that I HAVE ANY GUNS, mind you, but if I did they would not have any stuff on them that big brother could control, I mean we can trust these companies, not like the government could get a subpena to gain access, then shut my non-existent guns “off” before they come in to take them, after all we trust our government and all of its agency’s, like the DOJ,IRS,etc………

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