User Profile: sagrzmnky


Member Since: October 24, 2010


  • [5] February 5, 2015 at 11:07pm

    This was basically the same question I had posted just a minute ago before I read your post. I was wondering the same thing…

  • [21] February 5, 2015 at 11:04pm

    I have a question that has been on my mind. According to Kyle’s book and the movie, there was a bounty on Kyle’s head while he was in the middle east. I know enough about terrorists to know that they don’t forgive and forget. They wanted Kyle dead no matter where in the world he was located. Do we know if this guy Routh had intended to collect that bounty?

  • [22] January 30, 2015 at 10:53pm

    I agree, but at least I can be happy knowing that I have met Marcus Luttrell and had he privilege of shaking his hand.

  • [2] January 30, 2015 at 10:50pm

    Williamsn411, your comment is insulting and disgusting to all American soldiers that fight for freedom. Besides, Dahmer and Bundy were not Texans…

  • January 30, 2015 at 10:44pm

    And we are proud to have him and Marcus Luttrell showing the world what Texans are all about.

  • January 30, 2015 at 10:41pm

    Actually, VRW Conspirator, the OWS crowd here in San Antonio was very small and the mayor, no matter how much I disliked him, told them that they could have a corner of the park, but if they get to obnoxious, then they will be kicked out or arrested. They didn’t last long here either.

  • [2] November 23, 2014 at 3:20am

    Ty Herndon has not be relevant in country music in about 15 years or more. He had maybe 2 hit songs and then disappeared. I have no idea who Billy Gilman is. Doing a Google check, he does not have a single hit song. I am guessing that coming out as gay can not hurt their music careers any more.

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  • [2] May 18, 2014 at 4:47pm

    You could tell the little black kid wanted that ball. What did he do? He dissed his bro for the ho…
    Guys never learn. Sure she was impressed, but where did that get him? He will never see her again, but his friend will hold that against him for the rest of his life.

  • April 19, 2014 at 2:54am

    I could go into detail on the oil pool and the horizontal drilling or the oil company, but frankly none of that is any of your business and does not have any point in this story.

  • April 19, 2014 at 2:48am

    I didn’t know that I had to state every single head of cattle and every building on the property also. I didn’t think that was part of the story, but yes I own the mineral rights and there is an oil well on the property, because it is on the middle of the Eagle Ford.

  • April 19, 2014 at 2:46am

    Was that meant for me? First, learn to spell the word damn. Or were you talking about an actual water dam? Second, how can you call me a liar if you don’t know me or know anything about what I have or don’t have? Am I suppose to post pictures of my ranch just because some idiot calls me a liar? How is it a lie to say that if you own YOUR land with YOUR cattle on it, then YOU don’t have to worry about paying others grazing fees? That is a fact. So where is the lie? You sound real “Rational”.

  • April 19, 2014 at 2:38am

    Really? And you call yourself “Rational Man”? I carry a gun and I am against violence. I do not want to have to kill anyone EVER. If, however, I have to defend my family from someone else that wants to commit a violent act, then I will not hesitate to defend. That doesn’t mean that I wanted violence. That meant that he wanted violence and I stopped it. Being against violence doesn’t mean that you will never defend yourself or others.

  • April 19, 2014 at 2:29am

    I cannot believe most of the comments that I am reading in here.
    I have a ranch here in Texas and here is my situation. I have 100 acres and a fence all the way around my property. My cattle do not go onto other people property and their cattle do not come on mine. Sure there is the occasional bull that makes it through or over the fence, but we deal with it and return them where they belong. If I have more cattle then the land can support, then I go to the auction and sell some cattle. If Bundy’s land cannot support his cattle, then sell some cattle. He did not buy that land and does not own that land. PERIOD. If you want more cattle, then buy more land. I know people that have two ranches in different counties, because one ranch cannot support the cattle. Now, I DO NOT support BLM either. They clearly over reacted to this situation. It was Big Brother flexing his muscles.
    I do not agree with people that say, you are either on the government’s side or Bundy’s side. I am not on either side. They were both wrong. Bundy’s cattle should not be on land that he does not own. I don’t care what his grandparents did. If my grandfather punched everyone in the face when he met them, would that give me the right to do the same? NO. Yes, I understand the grazing fees, but that doesn’t change the facts. If he kept his cattle on his land, then this would not have happened. If the cattle don’t have enough grass to eat, then buy hay or sell them. Go ahead and attack me.

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  • [2] April 2, 2014 at 11:04pm

    If a wanted felon is carrying a rifle in your neighborhood at night, what would you do? this cop had no way of knowing if this guy was a felon, had just murdered someone, or just a law abiding citizen. The guy refused to give any personal information.
    From the story we know, he wasn’t breaking the law. How do you know that he wasn’t wanted in 3 states for murder? Do you know him personally?
    Just give them your information and once they find that you are clean, then you can have an safe, adult conversation about the situation. I don’t have an issue with the guy carrying, but be smart about it. Quit trying to make a political statement.

  • [1] April 2, 2014 at 10:57pm

    Well, Johnny Red, we are not talking about my concealed gun, and I also have a .45 and an AR15 but which is easier to CC, we are talking about his rifle. I am sure, if you have common sense, you will let the cop know what you are doing. That is part of the “communication”. I didn’t say to whip the rifle around, point it at the cop, and then drop the mag. Let him know that you are going to drop the mag and unload the gun. the cop will feel much safer know that the guy in front of him, who could be a serial killer for all he knows since the guy wouldn’t give his info, is not holding a loaded weapon while they are talking. I DO feel safe when a “law abiding” citizen has a gun, but how do I know that you ARE a “law abiding” citizen? How would he know? People need to use common sense.

  • [1] April 1, 2014 at 11:26pm

    I live in San Antonio. I have a CHL and carry a .380 and I agree with you.
    The whole time I was watching this video I could tell that this guy was purposely looking for a story. I don’t care much for the law enforcement in San Antonio, but this guy brought this upon himself. First, I support his right to carry, but carrying a rifle at night in a residential neighborhood? I am a gun rights guy and I would have called the cops too. Second, when the cops approach you at least try to make them feels safe. This is the first thing you learn in CHL class. Cooperation and communication will get you out of the situation alive. When the cops said to put the gun down, do it. Is your intention to have a shoot out with the cops? My first step would be to pull the mag and clear the chamber. Then we can have a conversation about the situation. Third, how would the officer know if you have criminal intent or a criminal background if he cannot get your basic information? When you refuse to give any information, that automatically makes cops suspicious of you. When a cop pulls you over for a traffic violation, you feel that you did nothing, and he asked for your license and insurance, do you refuse to give it to him? The first officer was very reasonable and was doing his best to defuse the situation. He should have cooperated with that officer. The Sarge was wrong, but if he would have already had the chamber cleared and mag out this would have turned out different.

  • February 27, 2014 at 2:37am

    One of the reasons I am already here..

  • February 27, 2014 at 2:35am

    You have got to be kidding…..

  • February 22, 2014 at 6:48pm

    Dislocated shoulders? Nursemaid elbow? This is a joke right?
    We use to hang off of the merry go round while it was spinning. We use to hang from the monkey bars. What is the difference from the teacher dragging the child by the arm or the child hanging from the monkey bars from one arm? At least the body was already on the ground and wasn’t going to drop 3 or 4 feet if you let go. What about water skiing? Most kids think that being dragged like that is fun.
    Nursemaid’s elbow… really? Kids today need to build up some strength and quit being little wussies. Get off of the Xbox and go exercise. Your kids could get Carpal Tunnel syndrome from the Xbox too.

  • February 17, 2014 at 11:03pm

    Actually tbuztheblaze, the hard mileage on the transmission doesn’t matter. Anything that the police drive today, from the Crown Vic to the Charger, is actually held in gear at the column. The transmission does not hold it in gear. Usually with a solenoid.

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