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  • [11] August 31, 2015 at 12:44am

    “Good riddance millennials your the first generation to have it worse”

    As a millennial I say: it’s “you’re”.

    If you’re gonna be a d-bag and insult me, at least learn to write ENGLISH properly when you do so.

    Until you know the difference between to, two and too, there, their and they’re or your and you’re don’t you DARE critique me based on my age.

    Bunch of dbags talking about how “Nobody speaks English anymore” when they can’t speak or write it themselves.


    Stop to think for a second, and maybe you’ll realize that that crappy education these kids get is YOUR fault… but I doubt it, YOU’RE too wrapped up in whatever nonsense you do to attend a PTA or parent-teacher conference and get it straightened out.

    Levin is right: you people are trash. You spent 30 years throwing your kids under the bus and now you complain about how it turned out.

  • [5] August 30, 2015 at 11:03pm

    Half a bottle of Jameson, followed by a liter of water, 12 hours in bed, a Gatorade and another 2L of water and you’ll be fine.

  • [2] August 29, 2015 at 5:26pm

    He dresses IRL just like he does in Ray Donovan!

  • [1] August 29, 2015 at 5:23pm

    There’s already a company in Columbia that makes bullet proof custom clothing. Anything from casual to dress clothes.

  • [6] August 29, 2015 at 5:22pm

    Did you read the story? They went to go make a gun buy, another guy jumped in the car and robbed the undercover police officer.

    The whole thing was a setup to rip off whoever wanted to buy a gun.

    I’m one of the first people to jump on cops for bad behavior, but in this case the cops had good reason to believe that someone, armed with a gun, who had just committed armed robbery might get away.

    This is one of those “no-win” situations for the cops. If they shoot the guy and this happens people get all uptight about it. However, if the gun was real and the guy ran away, then robbed a liquor store and shot the clerk the death the same people would be complaining that the cops didn’t do enough to stop the guy before he killed.

    The real world isn’t perfect, random things happen and the enemy doesn’t always play along with you and walk right into whatever trap you’ve set for them. Something about mice and men and plans and stuff… (Yes, I know the real quote, this is sarc).

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  • [6] August 29, 2015 at 5:16pm


    Do you read what you write, just blather on or are you a teenager?

    You openly admit that background checks wouldn’t do anything about this type of sale, then you go on to call such an approach “sensible and responsible”. How is doing something you know won’t have any effect on the situation “sensible”?

    That’s like saying I have a problem with my roof so I’m going to go pound nails into a tree in my yard. “Shut up! It’s sensible! Stop belittling me!”

    The reason gun-controllers get belittled is because their ideas are STUPID, tired and would never work. What they propose will do exactly 0 about the problem of criminals and crazies getting guns, but they yell, scream, slander and call names about anyone who doesn’t agree with their agenda. They’re like children who didn’t get their way, only worse because they accuse anyone who disagrees with them of “wanting people dead in the streets”.

    Simply put: this is the same thing as drugs. Sorry, no law is going to prevent it. By definition laws don’t prevent behavior, they assign punishments for behavior that we know people engage in but we wish them not to. That’s all they do. No law has ever been passed that prevents the behavior the law addresses.

    Since gun controllers support gun control, I humbly suggest that they come up with some proposals that would actually address the problem and stop acting like spoiled brats when it’s explained to them that logically, there’s no way what they want to do could work.

  • [8] August 29, 2015 at 5:02pm


    At the range the targets also don’t move the way they do IRL.

    I’ve had a bunch of cops come up to me at the range and ask me to teach them how to shoot a handgun better.

    Every one of them has told me the same thing: their department gives them 200-300 rounds of practice ammo a year, 16-25 rounds per month! That’s simply not enough to maintain your skills or get better. I usually tell them they need to be shooting that a much a month, minimum, and that shooting 100 or so a week would be optimal, but obviously 200 a week is even better. The look on their face tells you all you need to know: they can’t afford it.

    The fact they can’t afford it isn’t surprising. Cabela’s has a sale on Winchester White Box 100 round Value Packs right now, $30.99 per 100 rounds of 9mm (more for .40 and .45), That’s $61.98 + tax for 200 rounds. I remember not so long ago…’06 or ’07 when that same box of 9mm cost half that price $14.99 on sale at Wal-Mart.

    So, shooting 200 rounds a month is therefore $743.76+ tax each year. That’s a lot of money when you don’t get paid very well and have a couple kids at home. Of course, you could roll your own like me, but that gear isn’t cheap either, it’s all up front cost and these days finding powder and primers isn’t the easiest thing to do.

    What strikes me about this is that SWAT guys get all the ammo they could ever want, but the patrol officers get boned.

  • [1] August 29, 2015 at 3:37pm

    Well said.

  • [14] August 29, 2015 at 3:33pm

    He also cooks minute rice in 30 seconds.

  • August 29, 2015 at 1:54pm

    If you’re looking for a libertarian comedian, try Doug Stanhope.

  • [2] August 29, 2015 at 1:50pm

    The American farmer is lazy…

    Just when you think you’ve seen the height of stupidity, someone aims a bit higher.

  • [1] August 29, 2015 at 1:49pm


    Those words are still banned by the FCC, if you say them on the air and someone complains your station gets reviewed and possibly fined. Repeated violations get your license pulled.

    Also, you can’t say them on The Blaze.

  • August 29, 2015 at 1:47pm


    Since he was replying to The Monk, I think he was referring to Carlin.

  • [4] August 29, 2015 at 1:47pm

    Carlin may well have been the best comic of all time so far. He was most certainly my favorite.

  • August 28, 2015 at 3:02pm


    With the water, you can overdo it for sure, but you can do anything to excess.

    I’m speaking more about your average American who drinks a few cans of Coke or Pepsi a day. Replace those with 12oz of water. You’ll feel better and lose weight because you’re not taking in so much refined sugar. You won’t have the crash afterwards either.


    Diet isn’t a one size fits all thing, no. However, I never said to consume a lot of carbs. That will make you fat. Your body is much better at processing fat than it is carbohydrates.

    I’m coming at this from a getting stronger and being in shape POV. Without some carbs you’ll find it hard to build muscle and get significantly stronger. It depends on what your daily activity is like. Personally, I’m a bit of a nut about this. I lift a couple times a week, do BJJ twice a week, and Karate twice a week. I also try to get in 250 pushups and 500 squats every day.

    It all depends on what you’re doing that day, but two eggs your preferred style and a bowl of oatmeal is a fantastic breakfast with a glass of OJ that doesn’t have sugar added. If you’re going to be doing a lot of physical labor that day or lift or work out, maybe add in a protein shake or an extra egg. That oatmeal not only helps you use the protein, but also keeps you feeling full so you’re not tempted to snack on junk or drink a soda.

    A meal is a protein, a carb and a fruit/veggie. Without the carb you don’t get the full benefit of the protein or veggie.

  • [7] August 28, 2015 at 2:06am


    You don’t have to have a PhD to eat healthy or be healthy.

    1) Exercise regularly, even if it’s nothing more than just running up the steps instead of walking at work or doing 20 squats whenever you can. Work it into your daily routine. Even if you don’t have time for the gym you CAN work in a workout. Be creative. Who cares what your coworkers think? Truth be told, if you do it right they’ll be imitating you in about six months.

    2) Eat right. LEAN meat. Steak, chicken, lean ground beef, fish. Not freaking hotdogs or sausages. NO fast food. Kick the soda out of your daily routine. WATER. LOT’S OF WATER. If you MUST have a fizzy caffeine fix, make it a diet soda with no calories. Green veggies and some fruit.

    3) Don’t fear carbs or beer. Don’t use them to excess, but carbs are freaking energy that lets the protein you consume build muscle. You won’t get ripped without carbs.

    4) Stop fearing chemicals. Chemicals are everywhere, as a matter of fact, everything is chemicals. Without chemistry there is no life. The only thing I can support in “fear” of chemicals is MAYBE “organic” green veggies… but as for fruit, screw it. The increase in price isn’t worth it.

  • [1] August 28, 2015 at 1:09am

    Unless you’re dumb enough to hold Facebook stock this isn’t news…

    Well maybe if you’re dumb enough to be on Facebook…

  • [1] August 28, 2015 at 1:06am

    Gun control drives me NUTS.

    I keep trying to nail that perfect 1/2″ pattern at 35 yards with my full size .45 USP but somehow ONE round always gets away from me and ruins the pattern! It’s the same thing with my bow at 40 yards and a 3″ pattern!

    I can do it at 30 and 35 yards respectively, but not with another five yards… darn you gun/bow control!

    In reply to the contribution Gun Control Drives Me Crazy

  • August 28, 2015 at 12:57am

    I’d be a lot more worried if she was texting.

    In this case the kid does most of the work and she can keep her eyes on the road.

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  • [30] August 28, 2015 at 12:53am

    “If you don’t stay out of it… I’ll lose weight! Or maybe eat another box of Twinkies… either way, stay out of it!”

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