User Profile: Rockapine


Member Since: October 30, 2012


  • [23] August 24, 2015 at 11:03am

    A neuroscience phD doesn’t think vaccines are safe, and you’re critical because you know better.


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  • [6] August 11, 2015 at 3:56pm

    Makes for a slight twist on the old joke about “how do you make a million dollars farming? Start with two million”

  • [10] June 28, 2015 at 8:45pm

    Jeff needs a good catechism class and a stiff shot of proper spiritual direction. Where’s Padre Pio when we need him? (I say we because frankly, I could use the same!)

  • [12] June 14, 2015 at 9:25am

    Your ignorance is laughable.

    A real, genuine argument is too much to ask? I mean, really. First the ‘only one way and that’s through Jesus’ (to Whom do you suppose the Blessed Mother intercedes? Joe the Plumber? Her Son. (I certainly hope you remember that you are forbidden to pray for anyone, nor may you ask for their prayers, lest you behave hypocritically.)

    Further, the Church Fathers, the apostles, and the earliest writings of the Church, the historical record of Christianity, shows just how very wrong you are.

    No doubt your esteemed pastor learned that Osiris bit at seminary, and you parrot it back at every opportunity like a trained monkey, regardless of the logic of the matter. I suppose Christ fell from Heaven, somewhat like the KJV?

    You couldn’t accurately elaborate on one teaching of the Church, and yet you feel secure mocking, judging, and denigrating.

    And they mock Catholics for not thinking for themselves… Lol.

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  • [25] June 14, 2015 at 9:14am

    Amen Dudley. We’ve done that on several occasions, should do it again. We’ll be a month behind, but we’ll stand with you.

  • [12] June 10, 2015 at 10:55am

    If the morning after pill prevents implantation of a fertilized egg, it absolutely causes abortion. Abortion is the death of unborn offspring, be it human, bovine, equine, intentional, accidental (though accidental/unintentional has been termed differently in recent years to differentiate) or anything else. A fertilized egg has spontaneous growth and requires only the nutrition and oxygen provided by the placenta. Its blood supply, etc. develops separately from the mother.

    It is absolutely abortifacient. Any argument to the contrary is in spite of the facts.

  • [10] June 5, 2015 at 7:22pm

    I’m in a similar situation, RO issued yesterday, and I don’t leave the house without my ‘noisy cricket’ on my person. How does it happen? ‘Men’ lie. Not that women don’t, but women rarely stalk/threaten/kill their ex boyfriends. It starts great, grand, and wonderful, (in my case, I knew him from small town high school, was a clean cut, hardworking kid) and about the time you let your guard down, **** gets real and you’re in hiding,wondering when, where, how, and at what price, you’ll ‘pay’ for ‘this’. Not all scumbags have rap sheets.

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  • [20] April 9, 2015 at 11:48am

    Seriously!? Yes, your body makes milk every couple hours-provided it’s removed on a regular basis. When it’s not removed, production slows. Some are very sensitive to interruption and every drop is precious.

    It’s one thing to BE that incredibly ignorant about basic anatomical function, but to advertise it to the world is an entirely new level of ‘stoopid’.

  • [25] September 30, 2014 at 9:39am

    Silly IP. Christians don’t get to claim religious persecution.

    Haven’t you been paying attention?

  • [5] September 24, 2014 at 1:18pm

    Now, in the the spirit of defending the defenseless, Simmental are good cows. Crossed with a red angus, you’ll get one of the best beef steers you can get your mitts on.

    Please don’t besmirch their reputation with a comparison to the Hilldebeast!

  • [13] September 13, 2014 at 1:09pm

    You’ve never been close to a woman whose husband had a porn addiction, obviously.

    What a horrible combination of things to say.

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  • [7] August 25, 2014 at 5:38pm

    Bull. I would use a stronger term but no doubt the asterisks would negate it anyway.

    It’s prejudice. Plain and simple. Unless you are really going to argue that only whites are capable of prejudice?

    Reverse prejudice is favoritism.

  • [1] August 9, 2014 at 12:58pm

    Nice that comments don’t show under the comment you’re replying to.

  • [8] August 9, 2014 at 12:57pm

    Oh, Snowleopard, you and I both know he has no idea what’s going on. He’ll read about it the paper, just like everybody else.

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  • [1] July 29, 2014 at 4:53pm

    The dog was on HIS turf.
    HIS people-his GIRL- were nearby.
    A strange man-Officer *******-was approaching, likely with defensive (read:threatening, to a dog) posture.
    Dog did what HE perceived as his HISjob: protecting his family.

    Mom was trying to get dog in the house.

    Do you not know how to read? Or are you just desperate to be right that, damn the facts, you’ll make up your own?

  • [5] July 16, 2014 at 2:06pm

    I’m inclined to agree with you, although I think you’re not *quite* giving credit where it’s due-hitting a target offhand at 200 yards isn’t a cakewalk. But, your general sentiment is why I much prefer black powder (muzzle loaders) and archery, above all.

    It’s pretty much impossible to be cavalier about sneaking up on a bull elk at 25 yards, know he’s pissed about an intruder sneaking in on his girls, and still be collected enough to make an accurate shot. (And no, I’ve never been in a blind or a tree stand, ever.)

    All that aside, I’d still prefer a nice hunk of steer over an elk, but budgets being what they are, beef is d@mned expensive. May as well enjoy the process of obtaining food as not, right?

  • [2] July 2, 2014 at 8:23am

    Hey Wagman, your ignorance is showing.

    A little research on the difference between canon law and tradition, and then YOU won’t sound like a wacko,

  • [13] June 23, 2014 at 9:53pm

    Really? I guess I’m doing it wrong then, because my Max student loan amount will cover about six months of rent at $300 a month, and my wifi (cheaper to do distance than on-campus classes) after I pay for books.

    Groceries, utilities, and gas money/insurance come out of my measly child support of $300 a month, and oh, yeah, there ARE no jobs available here if you don’t have a degree, so I’m borrowing-with interest- from my sainted mother to cover the rest.

    And I *dare* you to accuse me of being a typical welfare mom. I lost my house and my substantial savings when Cargill bought out my company two years ago. I’m driving a 20 year old car and living in a house with no insulation, in north Idaho, where -20 is common, and I’m pursuing a BS in accounting, because 16 years of experience in the field means nothing if you don’t have a piece of paper saying you can add 2+2 and pay bills on time.

    You’re running your mouth about something you know nothing about. Better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth and prove the point.

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  • June 9, 2014 at 2:59pm

    In this instance, ‘Francis’ does not need excommunicate anyone. Biden HAS excommunicated himself, as has Pelosi, et al., by offering continued support for abortion, among other things.

    You don’t get a signed piece of paper in the mail saying congratulations, you’re excommunicated. Anyone who separates themselves from the Church via support of abortion is excommunicated a jure, latae sententiae (by law, by reason of the offense itself).

    It would be nice of the bishops in each of the respective diocese would come out and clarify, but with all the willful ignorance that surrounds the Church, I doubt it would do much good.

    There are other circumstances in which excommunication is the consequence, but for this particular case, that is the easiest example.

  • June 3, 2014 at 8:06pm

    Alky, I’m curious. What, exactly, is this “assault” rifle you speak of? What sort of action does it have? How, exactly, does it “assault”?

    What characteristic does it have that makes it uniquely different and capable of such assault? Does it have an irrational fear of certain classes of people, or inanimate objects?

    Why are there no “assault pistols”, only rifles?

    Would someone care to explain this?

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