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rx4nv

Member Since: January 03, 2012

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  • [12] May 27, 2015 at 7:11pm

    Moderaterepublican: Christianity at it’s core teaches “Agency”, which means one is free to choose one’s course in life (and those choices will come with positive or negative consequences). That is exactly what the Constitution is meant to protect is “Agency”. So, I agree the country was not founded on the Christian religion, it’s very principles are based on Christian principles.

  • [142] May 27, 2015 at 3:04pm

    Funny thing about this complaint is that he says he feels excluded, yet the sign clearly says “all are welcome… Come as you are”.

    Clearly, he is the one discriminating against himself.

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  • May 21, 2015 at 11:15am

    Can’t you support free speech and still think Pam Geller was an idiot? YES!!!!! Donald Trump never said what she did was illegal. What he said is she is an idiot for taunting the way she did. Just as he said President Obama is an idiot for bragging about capturing/killing lower level terrorists. When you draw attention, you give the enemy more desire to keep doing what they are doing, because they are getting the publicity they want. You can’t terrorize if no one knows you are even out there.

  • May 19, 2015 at 4:16pm

    Answer to their problem: Use debit and credit cards, they don’t have the slogan on them. 99% of businesses will accept these forms of payment.

  • [13] May 19, 2015 at 11:13am

    Bakery’s need to start telling these people that they would be happy to bake the cake for them, but it will be up to the customer to put their own wording or decorations on the cake. Let the customer customize.

  • [3] May 18, 2015 at 7:09pm

    I clicked post and it froze. So I clicked it again. I did not intend for it to be on there twice.

    I clicked post and it froze. So I clicked it again. I did not intend for it to be on there twice.

  • [1] May 18, 2015 at 7:07pm

    NOPE!!! Never have, never will.

  • [19] May 18, 2015 at 11:15am

    The highest form of a compliment is when someone wants to copy. I have no issue with basketball fans complimenting these marines by imitating their heroic moment in history. Just as I have no problem seeing kids dressed up as marines for Halloween. If the raising of the flag in Iwo Jima was a symbol of hope, why is it so bad to use this symbol to signify hope among alot of the inner city kids that see basketball as their only hope of getting out of their difficult life circumstances? The red, white and blue of our country’s flag has been represented in many different shapes and forms to honor our country, how is this any different? Should the family of Betsy Ross be offended by these artistic representations of our country’s great flag that millions have died for?

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  • [3] May 18, 2015 at 11:13am

    The highest form of a compliment is when someone wants to copy. I have no issue with basketball fans complimenting these marines by imitating their heroic moment in history. Just as I have no problem seeing kids dressed up as marines for Halloween. If the raising of the flag in Iwo Jima was a symbol of hope, why is it so bad to use this symbol to signify hope among alot of the inner city kids that see basketball as their only hope of getting out of their difficult life circumstances? The red, white and blue of our country’s flag has been represented in many different shapes and forms to honor our country, how is this any different? Should the family of Betsy Ross be offended by these artistic representations of our country’s great flag that millions have died for?

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  • [1] May 14, 2015 at 11:06am

    The guilty take the truth to be hard!!!

  • [4] May 13, 2015 at 11:41am

    If she does not have any legal protection of that design, Target owes her nothing (that doesn’t mean I would oppose them if they decided to be nice to her in some way for this unfortunate event). Yes it is a sad story, but lesson learned. Protect your designs and artwork.

  • [4] May 13, 2015 at 11:39am

    Even if Target did a search, there is no copyright or other protections as admitted by Ms. Lay. If her company was founded on this T-shirt, you think she would be willing to spend the money to protect it from others being able to copy it. I feel bad for her and her company, I wish she would have protected her designs better. It is a very simple design and one that I’m sure many people have toyed with or drawn, but never sold to the general public. I wish her the best and recommend protecting her designs from here on out. Lesson learned.

  • [2] May 11, 2015 at 3:00pm

    Honestly, this is all a mute point, because infants do not require baptism. Baptism is a covenant made with God that you will give up your sins and take His name upon you. An infant cannot make that promise.

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  • [2] May 5, 2015 at 12:15pm

    Unglued: I have to respectfully disagree with where the fault lies here. “Way too much of that younger generation disrespecting vets and our flag…” Maybe, just maybe, we have created vets that think they are indispensable super heroes that the country owes anything and everything they want. I respect current and former servicemen. I am grateful for their service on my behalf. But a true hero is someone that does their job the best they can, and does not expect anything in return. Do these servicemen deserve a party, a perk, a pat on the back, a parade…? Yes, everyone that serves our country does (ie, doctors, nurses, garbage men, youth league coaches, small business owners, truckers…….). But to see this vet act in such a rude and disrespectful way to another human is the exact reason I do not consider him a hero in my book. I appreciate his service, but I think he just did a big disservice to the military and their image. What the vet should have done is ask the boy about his service. When he realized the boy was wearing the brothers clothes (the boy freely admitted it), why not build up the brother and the great service he is doing or has done. Create a positive dialog about the uniform and what it means. Build up a love for our country, rather than a boy that is likely scared of vets now and leaving me with a sour taste in my mouth when I see a vet and wonder if he is as rude and crude as this one.

  • [4] May 5, 2015 at 11:57am

    I don’t see how this boy was impersonating anyone. When I was a young boy, I would wear my dad’s old Army jacket, because I thought it was cool and it was warm. Was I trying to pass myself off as being in the Army? Was I breaking any laws?

    I can see the outcry if this boy was asking for money or services based on the assumption he was military, but he was simply wearing a uniform. You can go down to your local thrift store and buy these uniforms any time of the day. Would you think the same way if this boy was out in the uniform trick-or-treating?

    I love and appreciate the vets, but some need to get off their high and entitled horse ride through the perpetual parade they think should be constantly thrown in their honor. A true hero does their job as best they can and does not expect anything in return.

  • [11] April 20, 2015 at 7:17pm

    Next book should be: “A Christian Brain Trapped in an Atheist Body”. Do you think they would read that one?

  • [25] April 20, 2015 at 3:37pm

    She was so grossed out by it that she was retching in the bathroom, yet picked the thing up and out of the sink, carried it to the table where she had her BigMac box and placed it on the box to take a picture of it? The story does not fully add up.

    My son got a fly in a Subway sandwich once. These things happen all the time. He swore to never eat at Subway again. Guess where he ate last week? Subway!!!!

    No ill intent, no one injured or dead. Suck up the disgust, share an interesting story and move on with your life.

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  • [2] April 16, 2015 at 12:25pm

    Here is how to change the black communities:
    Get them involved in the Scouting Program ( http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/04/16/youre-a-waste-of-human-flesh-12-year-old-kid-has-a-fiery-message-for-al-sharpton/ ).

    Focus on the importance of Marriage, eating together as a family, No sex out of wedlock…

  • [3] April 13, 2015 at 3:13pm

    ckozzy: you can only shed a “Live” vaccine, which there are not many of anymore (measles and rotavirus are the only current childhood ones). A non-live vaccine cannot be shed.
    scarletworm: For your information, there are only some of the influenza vaccines (not all) and one brand of Dtap that have “Trace” thimerasol. No other childhood vaccines have this preservative anymore. And if you look at the history of the vaccines, a majority never even had it in there to begin with. FYI to all, thimerasol and mercury are not the same thing.
    Oldmantex: Your theory of vaccinated children spread the disease as much as unvaccinated children if severely flawed. Yes we all have potential to spread disease, but a vaccinated child has a pre built army to fight it off if they come in contact with it, therefore, they are less likely to spread the disease as it is already being fought. An un-vaccinated child does not have this army, therefore will spread more of the disease, even if they do not develop symptoms.

  • [-1] April 13, 2015 at 12:10pm

    Mastice: “stop fear mongering. If your child is vaccinated against a disease then their risk of catching that disease is exponentially lower than the child who is not vaccinated.”

    You have said that vaccines are not 100% effective. Studies show that the Pertussis vaccine is 98% effective and decreases to 70% effective after 5 years, thus the need for boostering.

    So, you are telling me to stop the fear mongering, when I can have my child 98% protected, but then admit that by having others not vaccinated and around my child it will only increase my childs vulnerability to the illness.

    Answer this, If your child can ride in the car with you and you are 98% sure that your child will not die, but I offer to take your child in my car, given that I can only guarantee that they will only have a 80% chance that they will not die, because I never did get my license. Will you let them ride with me?

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