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sister1_rm

Member Since: March 14, 2011

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  • [4] July 2, 2015 at 12:21pm

    Thank you Captain Killjoy! This is why you don’t get invited to parties and no one likes you.

  • June 22, 2015 at 10:09pm

    It took an official study to determine that good manners and a relaxed attitude improves racial perceptions? Seriously?!

  • [1] June 22, 2015 at 11:46am

    Actually, this a strategy which, while it raises the hair on the back of my neck, makes sense. We can not afford an increasingly belligerent Russia getting the upper hand or thinking they can get the upper hand in military maneuvering in Europe. They already have an ally in Cuba, and numerous friendly nations in South and Latin America who are quite PO’d with the US. Do we need Russia getting a foothold in Europe, with their established infrastructure and resources? You can bet Russia will happily supply their allies with weapons and supplies, in fact they already do it on a regular basis. We don’t need them supplying our enemies anymore than they already are doing, and we certainly don’t want them in a position to launch a direct attack on our allies or our soil.

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  • [2] June 22, 2015 at 10:35am

    Happy Father’s Day, Angel Soft. Proving yourselves to be total a** wipes, one commercial at a time.

  • [1] February 24, 2015 at 12:59pm

    There really isn’t much information to go on. Anonymous health professionals coming forward to report an “emerging health crisis” and “alarming trend” sound scary, but without names, numbers, and socioeconomic data, it means nothing. Why are pregnant mothers, or women generally, becoming addicted to marijuana? Are there other drugs (OTC and recreational drugs) in their systems? How is this connected to legalization? Correlation or causation (the article suggests causation in that they are addicted because marijuana is legal, which is stupid to the ‘nth degree) Are there more marijuana addicts over all? Where are they getting their fix?
    I’m not meaning to suggest marijuana is harmless, but let cooler heads prevail and find the roots of addiction before putting in to law a knee jerk reaction.

    Of course, on the other hand, Colorado did bring it on themselves and they are going to have to sort it out.

  • [4] February 23, 2015 at 3:59pm

    Something to be considered. Every woman involved in a porn shoot or film is someone’s daughter. Whether she is there voluntarily, or coerced. Every woman involved in prostitution is also someone’s daughter, again, voluntarily or otherwise. Would you want your daughter involved in the porn and sex industry? If you are a sane and loving parent, then the answer is no. So why is it acceptable for other people’s daughters? If it’s bad for own daughter, you can be assured it’s just as bad for other parent’s daughters.

  • [-1] February 13, 2015 at 5:59pm

    In a legal document like that, they are referring to trained drivers are they not, especially of the variety that will literally drive while you sleep in the berth?

    Christian or not, it is both unwise false to list JESUS as a co-driver, particularly since there are many men named “Jesus” in the US. Be clear and precise in your documentation or expect to reprimanded if not fired.

    If you wish to express faith, do so; but do it in a way and at a time that does not leave doubts about your sanity and honesty.

  • [2] February 6, 2015 at 9:54am

    Despicable. How insane and abusive can a parent get? Completely unjustified.

    1. Stranger danger is a myth. A child is far more likely to be attacked or kidnapped by family (as this demonstrates, although typically it’s done by the non-custodial parent). Strangers very rarely victimize children they don’t know. Parents, significant others, and even priests and teachers all have a greater reputation for exploiting children than do strangers.

    2. Nothing justifies outright trauma to a child. It doesn’t matter whether this six year old was being disobedient toward his mother or ignored her guidance concerning strangers. On a related note, I don’t think schools are justified in simulating active shooter drills during instructional hours for the same reasons. The risk and damage of trauma is greater than the actual risk of danger.

    3. His ability to speak to strangers may save his life or the lives of others. Too many kids are helpless and infantalized and have no idea how to relate to other people or ask for help. They simply give up or commit suicide when the going gets too rough. Too many people have heard “stranger danger” all their childhood and grew up with the habit of not speaking to new neighbors and keeping their eyes averted. Entire neighborhoods are full of people who distrust and despise each other as potential enemies instead of friends and a support network.

  • [2] February 5, 2015 at 3:29pm

    Excuse me, Mr. Obama?! Get off your own high horse. We are not dealing with the crimes and issues of half a millenia ago, or even a century ago. We’re talking about TODAY! The horrors being done right NOW, and it’s not the Christians! Stop your moral Twister game and do your job!

  • [1] February 4, 2015 at 11:34am

    We don’t do cable or satellite TV in my house. If we are going to sit down and watch something, it better be available in BR or DVD or available online because we won’t justify spending money on cable, not when most of it is distortion and filth broken up only by commercials. If it’s worth our money to see it, we’ll pay for the program specifically.

  • [201] January 31, 2015 at 5:01am

    Is there a large group of Muslims who regularly attend American rodeo? Is this in demand in Texas? I don’t live in Texas, but somehow I doubt either situation is true and that that move is glaringly out of context. It would seem more appropriate to have an Imam offer an invocation at a town hall meeting or soccer game in Detroit, where there are lots of Muslims. But over a rodeo with an audience that primarily consists of Christians, that’s not inclusive. That’s ignorant and marginalizing, and about as appropriate for that venue as singing another nation’s national anthem.

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  • [2] January 11, 2015 at 9:52pm

    Not sure his attendance there, or anywhere else in public is called for. He can’t go anywhere without a small army of security and entourage members. He would only be in the way. There is nothing he can say, without contradicting everything he has said about Islam being a peaceful religion and how the “future doesn’t belong to blah blah blah people who disrespect Islam blah blah”. He’s in a corner, and for once is doing what he should do when it comes to issues not specifically outlined in his job description, which is to keep quiet about it. He should lay low. While I doubt it is his fault directly for the terrorism in France, he has done no significant and lasting thing to combat and condemn global terrorism and jihad.

  • [4] December 7, 2014 at 6:14pm

    So either Jackie was lying, or she was so drunk out of her mind, that she can’t keep names, dates, and locations straight, or she’s mentally disabled.

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  • December 6, 2014 at 3:54pm

    False accusations. That’s why I never ever say “yea” or “nay” when someone tells me a rape story. It’s emotional poker when someone is playing the rape card. Either they mean it, or they don’t; and reacting emotionally is the wrong thing to do. If advise is what they seek, I either tell them to file a police report, or I say nothing.

  • [1] October 30, 2014 at 1:47pm

    Marijuana is legal in Colorado! Let’s cancel Halloween! Oh my! So scary! As if drug addicts and dealers just throw high priced goods at the children of strangers! Lawd almighty…

    Calm down and watch this short video…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aR-_FFGCUFQ

  • [2] October 30, 2014 at 11:58am

    “Take, for instance, the fact that nine children were treated for accidentally consuming marijuana at Children’s Hospital Colorado in the first half of 2014; this was more than the entire number treated in all of 2013, the Times reported”
    Dear Blaze,
    You may want to clarify the above statement. Did the children consume marijuana on the hospital’s premises, or else where. The way it is written implies that the children consumed marijuana while at the hospital. That would a bigger story than MJ laced Halloween candy any day.

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  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 11:17pm

    Police officers, as far as my understanding goes do not give chase to motorcyclists that do not pull over. Too large a chance of causing a serious accident. They take note of the lisences and either mail them their tickets, or arrest them at their homes. I don’t think they got away with it at all.

  • [2] October 16, 2014 at 1:43pm

    Another useless, irrelevant regulation, from a useless, irrelevant regulatory agency, to protect us from the statistically insignificant. Just another day in which an office of the government can not justify it’s own existence.

  • [6] October 12, 2014 at 12:06am

    Professionally printed signs and t-shirts, and transportation. The logistical considerations of over one thousand protestors. Money is clearly being spent, which means fundraising or unions are involved. Blaze, can you investigate who is funding these riot events.

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  • [15] September 12, 2014 at 10:12am

    The term “lakes” is a deadly misnomer. More like in-land seas. The Great Lakes, and Lake Superior in particular, are dangerous waters. There are over 600 documented wrecks and sinkings in these lakes. They basically have to close in the winter, even with special boats and barges designed specifically Michigan’s waters in mind. Shallows, sudden drop offs, rocks, swift and violent storms, ice, ice, and more ice from mid fall to late spring; it’s amazing the Great Lakes were considered navigable at all before modern imaging, charts, and GPS. The lakes were charted by trial and error; agonizing, expensive, life and soul claiming error.

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