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  • [4] November 25, 2014 at 11:45pm

    This doesn’t surprise me at all.

    My first semester of college I had an English 101 class where the professor was a black lady (similar hairdo as well, I wonder if that’s the connection?) who came into the classroom the first day and pretty much announced that if you were white you might as well be wearing a Klan hood. This lady didn’t make it through 10 sentences before uttering the phrase “white devil”. (She had a PhD in English and “Afro-Caribbean studies whatever that is.)

    Needless to say I dropped the class and took it with a different professor the next semester.

    Colleges are hotbeds of liberal thought. When certain people get into a situation like that, where nothing they say can be questioned because it’s about a “protected class” of which they are also a member, they say really, really whacky stuff. The one openly gay guy I had as a professor was exactly the same.

    Liberal thought + mostly liberal faculty + a member of the faculty who’s a member of a “protected class” and is a bit nuts = militant [insert protected class here] faculty member, and that’s at a RELIGIOUS institution. I don’t even want to know what happens at the public ones.

  • November 25, 2014 at 7:36pm

    “shrill their BS”? I think you mean “shill”.
    Rookie, tell me again how that fantastic public school education worked out for you!

    Also, if you bother to look up Lott he started out as a rabid anti-gun liberal looking to do statistical research to back up pro-gun control statements and lend credence to the idea of banning firearms for the public.

    However, not being an ideologue, when the data came back and it didn’t support his hypothesis at all, he changed his hypothesis to one supported by the data. To date he has not found data that would cause him to revert back to believing that gun control is a good idea.

    So, unlike many gun control advocates, when confronted by facts Mr. Lott chooses said facts over fantasy.

  • [1] November 25, 2014 at 3:00am

    Makes you wonder.

    You can buy vests and velcro tape that say anything you want. Most of the websites for tape cater to military personnel but you can special order anything. I just put those type of labels on some of my bags to designate what’s in them.

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  • [48] November 24, 2014 at 9:54pm

    Is anyone else hearing the INSANE questions being asked of the prosecutor?

    “Why are there no laws to protect young blacks against this?”

    Against WHAT? These idiots believe there should be laws to protect a criminal involved in hostile action against another from coming to any harm for doing so! Un-freaking-believable!

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  • November 24, 2014 at 9:45pm

    Grats on not using a bait pile, but this is real hunting:

    No tree stands allowed.

  • [1] November 24, 2014 at 9:42pm

    We’ll find out if Cartman was right.

    That’s a joke, BTW!

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  • November 24, 2014 at 8:38pm

    I want to know which is better for the year. Guardians of the Galaxy or the new LOTR?! the anticipation has been killing me!

    With Hunger Games, I figure, whatever. I was never a fan of the books and my wife will force me to see the new one whether it’s good or not.

  • November 24, 2014 at 8:36pm


    Calm down. It will be out on the internet seconds after it concludes it’s first run.

    Thanks smartphones!

  • [3] November 24, 2014 at 8:34pm

    Let me guess, you were hunting from a tree stand or blind on private land using a bait pile weren’t you?

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  • [5] November 24, 2014 at 8:29pm

    All things said and done that was a pretty good shot on a running deer. The range wasn’t that far, but hitting a moving target greatly increases the difficulty at any range and with any gun (Just ask the cops. Gunning down a Kongo line gets hard for them. JK, but the average on target accuracy percentage for cops drops from the high 80′s to the low 10′s when the target starts moving.)

    Deer can be really hard when on the move because they bound rather than run like say a horse or dog and changes you can’t see in the ground can increase or decrease the height of the bound by quite a bit from a shooters point of view..

    Good shot, great video, good eats!

    A side note, for a better perspective on this, watch it in full screen. The small screen made the deer appear very far away for me.

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  • [10] November 23, 2014 at 11:58pm

    The allegations are that Mike Brown committed strong arm robbery and subsequently was shot to death by Officer Wilson, a shooting for which there was no justification.

    Mike Brown allegedly robbed a store.

    Officer Wilson shot Mike Brown to death, allegedly without proper justification.


    paul’s point is well taken. The news doesn’t ever say “Officer Wilson shot Mike Brown to death, ALLEGEDLY committing a crime because…” they simply state he shot Mike Brown who allegedly robbed a store.

    The obvious inference they wish viewers to draw is that there is something wrong here and since someone was killed by another person it must be the survivor who did something wrong or at least highly questionable.

  • [7] November 23, 2014 at 7:16pm

    “As far as Dyson.. he proves that most blacks don’t give a hoot that blacks are killing blacks..”

    I would disagree. I think the black community does care about black on black violence, but many have been conditioned by folks like Sharpton and Jackson and Jackson-Lee to believe that it’s somehow the fault of whites.

    If the snowman would just not be so gosh-darn racist then black on black violence wouldn’t happen.

  • [9] November 23, 2014 at 7:13pm

    I won’t bother going into it in depth, because it would take a fair number of full posts, but this all comes back to education.

    The schools have failed at least two generations of blacks now, which means that Mom and Dad care about the kid but don’t have the tools to help him with his education because they aren’t educated themselves.The schools on the other hand supposedly have the tools but they clearly don’t care.

    So you get kids graduating high school who can’t find a decent job because they have no skills or practical knowledge. These days I don’t even begrudge the kids who drop out, what’s the point in going to a school that teaches you nothing, or if it does teach you something, teaches stupidity and learned helplessness?

  • [1] November 23, 2014 at 3:33pm

    Here’s what I’m saying:

    You don’t suppose there’s a connection between this guy’s kid robbing a gas station and subsequently getting shot and the fact that his father doesn’t have a grip on basic grammar do you? (Hint: there is.)

    This is why the Left wants $15 an hour for burger flippers, because the public school system puts out kids with that approximate skill set. Kids that at 18 years old can’t tell the difference between two, to and too, there, their and they’re or whether and weather and can’t even use a damn tape measure AREN’T getting a good job. Period. Put a fork in them, they’re done.

    No one is going to hire these kids as say, a bank manager, when they can’t write a simple sentence and don’t even know what a compound sentence is.

    When Daddy can’t help little Johnny with his homework because Daddy’s education was garbage and little Johnny’s is too we have a serious freaking problem.

    The current solution? Lower the standards. We couldn’t hurt the kid’s feelings by telling him this is an improper use of English. No, we surely couldn’t do that. Might damage the kid for life!

    Well you ARE damaging the kid for life when you’re letting him get out of high school with absolutely no skills or practical knowledge. That kid is never going to get a decent job.

    If you can’t tell people that they’re wrong when they’re wrong then those people will never get better. The term is “the soft bigotry of low expectations”.

  • November 23, 2014 at 3:13pm

    @Ben Franklin:
    That’s exactly the attitude that public schools exhibit, then people like you wonder why kids coming out of high school can’t read, write or do basic arithmetic.

  • [11] November 23, 2014 at 2:50am

    I went over this video repeatedly.
    The cop approaches the woman, then starts to walk away. She then says something that causes him to re-approach her in an aggressive manner. Something then happens off camera that leads to this incident.

    The questions are what she said and what happened in that brief off camera moment. If she said “I’m gonna get a gun and kill you all” then fought the guy, he’s totally in the right. If she said “How dare you talk to me like that” and then resisted his attacking her, he’s totally in the wrong.

    It all comes down to things we can’t know from this video.

    All that said, if you can’t restrain a disorderly woman when you have her pinned to a cruiser like this, you’re an amateur. I’ve properly restrained 275lb drunks in a bar, who REALLY were “resisting” and I did it better than this idiot. I’m only 175 dressed in all cotton and soaking wet.

    Officer Gothner: It’s called a Grip Master. Buy one, use it and untuck you junk while you’re at it. Pansy.

  • [3] November 22, 2014 at 9:14pm

    I believe he’s from Cali.

  • [3] November 22, 2014 at 7:57pm

    Does Wayne Brady have to choke a b*%ch?!

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  • [41] November 22, 2014 at 7:37pm

    Generally speaking I don’t take people too seriously when they can’t tell the difference between to, two and too or there, their and they’re. Misuse of whether and weather make me laugh too.

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