User Profile: siobhan3270


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  • [2] March 19, 2015 at 2:30pm

    If it was your job to take a bullet for O, would you not drink heavily as well? And then erase the evidence? This is the issue with lawlessness….there is no line in the sand.

  • [6] March 6, 2015 at 4:36pm

    You ARE defined by your character. Your character is shown by what you do and how you act. You can’t CALL yourself a good person, go out and steal candy from babies and be a good person. Why is this so difficult for progressives to understand? Oh yeah, because the concept of good and evil is unknown to y’all. Character is not a wish list. It is TANGIBLE.

  • [8] March 6, 2015 at 4:33pm

    YOU do the defining. If you define yourself as a criminal and act accordingly, then you ARE a criminal. And if you wear a rubber nose and big shoes and get your paycheck from Ringling Brothers then yes, you are a clown. And if you waddle and quack, you are probably a duck.
    Moral Relativeism makes me crazy.

  • [24] March 6, 2015 at 4:29pm

    I’ve been sexually oriented to Paul McCartney all my life, but if I acted on that urge he would have me arrested and get a restraining order….so I control myself!!! LMAO!!!!!

  • [18] March 6, 2015 at 4:27pm

    Ok, so then what do you think about a Christian florist being forced to do a gay wedding or lose their business?

  • [31] March 4, 2015 at 3:22pm

    I personally know 2 gay people who “changed their minds” and went on to marry opposite sex people and have children. Until scientists know definitively why some people are gay and others are not, I don’t believe any major changes in our society should be made.

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  • March 4, 2015 at 2:09pm

    I was bullied as a child and back then Dad just showed me how to throw a punch. Since I was very small, I instead developed a viciously sharp tongue that could make an adult cry and dealt with the bullies myself. Know what I learned in the next 50 years? Those bullies grow up and are at my work place and in my community and in organizations I belong to and are even in my church. But because I learned, by myself, how to deal with them as a child, I now have the self-confidence, skills and ability to deal with them now. I also learned to take a punch pretty well. If Dad solved my problem for me at 6, I’m afraid he’d still have to solve my problem for me at 56. Many may disagree, but I think a parents responsibility is to teach a child to exist in a sometimes very hostile world, not protect them from it. You can’t put them in a bubble. Mr. Schilling, the bullies don’t go away, but you won’t always be there.

  • [282] March 3, 2015 at 1:55pm

    Nancy is a psychotic who should by locked up making pot holders. Remember when she cried about the “violence” the Tea Party was causing and then applauded the OWS movement that raped and pillaged.

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  • [6] February 24, 2015 at 8:37am

    Not surprised either. I’ve had thyroid issues for years and one day my thyroid was functioning perfectly and the nodules that were giving my doctors fits were just gone, disappeared, no trace. I had gone to the St. Blaze mass at my church and got my throat blessed. Poof….GONE!

  • [2] February 20, 2015 at 12:25pm

    Also, “Let me be clear” Translation: I’m about to tell you a whopper!!

  • [1] February 20, 2015 at 12:20pm

    Get the Christians and Jews out of the area and nuke it. When the nuclear fog has dissipated they can rebuild as the Japanese have done. Enough is enough.

  • February 18, 2015 at 11:00pm

    this sure sounds pretty hateful to me.

  • [6] February 18, 2015 at 2:23pm

    Diabetes can be measured with blood work. ADHD has no physical manifestations whatsoever. It’s someone’s opinion.

  • [11] February 18, 2015 at 2:22pm

    No it does not destroy the point. Most siblings are very different and consequently treated very differently whether the parents realize it or not.

  • [1] February 18, 2015 at 2:20pm

    Every one benefits from adderoll. Its under the classification of “Happy Pills”

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  • [2] February 18, 2015 at 2:17pm

    My favorite made-up disease is Aspergers. It just means no social graces bordering on being rude. When I suffered from this horrible syndrome, my mom explained to people that I was just shy. She FORCED me to join the drama club in high school, I had so much fun, I had a miraculous recovery. Sure wish they had a telethon for this illness. I could use the money. And I’ve taken the quizzes. I’m pathological with my Aspergers. LMAO!! So when ever I get a funny look from people for something I’ve blurted out, I explain that I’m the poster child for Aspergers. When actually I have no filter.

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  • [64] February 18, 2015 at 2:10pm

    I worked for a Pediatrician who specialized in ADHD. Not one of her patients were on Ritalin or any medication. She put all her children on a very specific schedule, food, exercise, homework, to bed, up in the morning, discipline. All the parents that followed her “Rx” to the letter, had “non-symptomatic” children. It was a miracle.

    I just recently dealt with a parent who was trying to get disability payments and removal from school for their child who suffers from the disease, “Oppositional defiance disorder.” The form asks the doc for a treatment plan. He wrote, “Daily doses of soap, to bed without supper and regular spankings.” The mom got the disability for her kid and now the school district has to pay for an in-home tutor for this brat.

    My nephew has been diagnosed 5 different times with ADD. Fortunately, his mom tells the school, the only trouble with him is he’s all boy and your class is boring. BTW, the kid plays a dozen sports and gets straight A’s because he is NOT medicated, but I’ve never seen him still, even when he’s sleeping. And my sister will lock herself in the bathroom to get a moment of peace from him….just like my Mom used to do on Satuday night!! Noone was allowed to knock on the door during her soaking bath unless the house was on fire or we were bleeding, and not even then, she used to say.

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  • [2] February 13, 2015 at 9:41am

    I hate the insanity plea. It should be GUILTY because of insanity and regardless that he knew what he was doing or not. He did it and should pay for it with his life. The only difference between guilty and guilty with insanity should be that he gets to see psychiatrist once a week for the rest of his life. If this man truly has PTSD, we ought to take that into consideration.

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  • [97] February 12, 2015 at 9:44am

    Humans recover from grief by sharing and receiving sympathy and condolensces. He looks like a GREAT dog. So sorry they don’t live long enough. Ignore the haters.

  • [3] February 9, 2015 at 9:08am

    Exact same thing happened to my hamsters. The next litter, she was fine and we sold the babies.

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