User Profile: slade37


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  • January 2, 2016 at 9:59am

    That’s not quite what Glenn said. He said the government should stay out of defining marriage. Whether gay marriage is legal or not, the government should not force someone to do things against their beliefs. The government shouldn’t step in and tell a church what wedding ceremonies will be performed. Let the individual churches decide. The government needs to butt out.

    Glenn said that general idea multiple times on his radio show. It doesn’t matter if it’s legalized, don’t force people to violate their beliefs. Don’t force a church to perform gay weddings.

  • [-2] January 2, 2016 at 9:44am

    We don’t know that. We only know there are no lawsuits against bakers of other faiths.

  • January 2, 2016 at 9:40am

    Someone did do a video of attempts to get gay wedding cakes from other bakeries own by members of other faiths. He was refused a wedding cake by some of these other bakers, but you’ll never see a lawsuit against a Muslim baker. You might see one against a Jewish baker. The main focus is on attacking and demonizing Christians so the other faiths have a free pass at the moment.

    Sorry, it’s been months since I’ve seen it so I don’t recall who did it. Search YouTube.

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  • [1] December 26, 2015 at 2:16am

    Soros/Obama’s Brown shirts.

  • [3] December 23, 2015 at 9:28am

    I know I’ll be attacked for this, but the key word is “allegedly.” They are accused of having sex, but there’s no proof. All assumptions. Perhaps, they did. Perhaps, they didn’t.

    Based on the other comments, several people seem to prefer assuming what happened instead of discovering the truth.

  • [3] December 23, 2015 at 9:15am

    The Blaze left out details given in the original sources given that change the tone of the story for me.

    She moved his car down the street – apparently after smashing it up since glass was found in front of her home.

    The boy was not nude. She returned his belongings and THE REST OF his clothing. He was partially clothed. Everyone is assuming sex took place, and it might have. It’s all assumption at the moment. He was not nude when he was being chased. The articles say nothing about what the daughter was wearing. There are some decent guys out there who might agree to simply sleep together – literally sleep, slumber.

    I know nothing about the boy she attacked, but this mother is nuts regardless. She already has a history of attacking people like a girl living next door. How many people has she assaulted who never pressed charges?

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  • December 22, 2015 at 2:11pm

    I don’t know if I’d say all of these are karma. Some of them look more like Darwin Award tryouts. Riding a bike down stairs is just stupid. I didn’t hear him insult anyone or see him almost hit anyone. Same for the homemade flamethrower. Injury or property damage from being stupid isn’t karma.

  • December 22, 2015 at 12:56pm

    Being a fan doesn’t automatically make for a bad choice for a production team. The current Doctor Who is produced by fans who grew up watching the show and is highly successful.

    However, I am not a fan of Abrams to begin with. I enjoy his Star Trek movies because of my childhood connection to the characters. I have not seen Force Awakens yet, but I have been disappointed by many remakes of my childhood entertainment. I enjoy seeing the characters but don’t enjoy the movies.

    With Doctor Who, I enjoy the other shows the production team and cast have been involved in. Steven Moffat also wrote Coupling (UK version) and Jekyll. He currently works on Sherlock too. The people involved seem to know how to balance their fan mania and what’s needed for a quality presentation.

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  • [1] December 11, 2015 at 8:51am

    I definitely disagree with Carly. I’m sick of attack ads like those from Jeb and that other guy whose name I can never remember until someone says it.

    Stick to what you plan to do that makes you better than your opponents. I don’t mind hearing a few criticisms or concerns, but don’t make it the entire campaign. New York Times continues to be a joke. This sounds like modern racism or sexism – looking for something to be offended by.

  • [2] December 2, 2015 at 1:16am

    As much as I love Peanuts, I normally think of the Rankin-Bass specials first.

  • [5] December 1, 2015 at 11:37am

    Air Force One runs on hot air. His speeches provide the fuel.

  • November 27, 2015 at 2:35pm

    These aren’t professional videos. The average person holds their phone upright and don’t think anything about the angle of the phone for photos or videos. Yes, it bugs me, but I’m not anal about it. They captured the moment people proved how insane, shallow and materialistic they can be. Should I dismiss it simply because it has poor production values? Evidence is evidence.

    Also, one person wanted to remain anonymous because he was an employee. If he had held the camera sideways, it would have been obvious what he was doing.

  • [32] November 18, 2015 at 11:01am

    I think I saw his birth certificate too.

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  • November 16, 2015 at 12:33pm

    Two responses and both kinda off-topic for my post. I want to know about the friggin pledge.

    Yes, this event is liberal BS. They didn’t ask people to give up every gun they owned, but many of the comments here are acting as if that’s what they’re doing. That was my original point, and I tried to think of some logical reason for it. I still say there are idiots who don’t store their guns properly. If it’s a rarely used gun, they may not be paying much attention to it. They may not notice it missing. Why keep it?

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  • [13] November 16, 2015 at 12:11pm

    Yes, they do suck. All of them. If there are nice Muslims, I want to see them condemning the terrorists. It seems MSM would be all over any Muslim demonstration attacking ISIS. Even if it was faked and fell into the category of lying to non-believers, it would make the idea of “moderate” Muslim more believable.

    Silence = acceptance / approval

    On Twitter, I’ve been accused of being Islamaphobic by people claiming to be Muslim. NOT ONE of these Muslims ever answered my question of why moderate Muslims never speak out against ISIS or any other extremist group.

  • November 16, 2015 at 2:11am

    I want to know what that non-violence pledge says. The police want *unwanted* guns, not guns people want to keep. Everyone is acting like the police asked people to surrender all of their guns. I still think the logic behind this is screwed up unless they believe unwanted guns are less likely to be checked on and more likely to be stolen. Responsible gun owners should be locking all of their unused guns up, but there are plenty of idiots out there.

    I want to know about that pledge and if it includes self-defense and if it can be used against someone in a self-defense case. Legally, it shouldn’t, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they made people believe it did.

    I wish I owned a gun, but I’m in a major financial mess. More worried about food and rent at the moment.

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  • [1] November 14, 2015 at 10:00pm

    Yep. Just like the KKK used to be an arm of the Democratic Party.

    So an organization related to the Muslim Brotherhood is telling us that terrorism has nothing to do with the religion followed by the Muslim Brotherhood, ISIS, or Al Qaeda. …or any of the sub groups.

  • [3] November 14, 2015 at 1:33pm

    I can’t find a bio on Lloyd Suh. Nothing that gives his age. Judging from the one photo I could find online, I’m guessing he’s only a little older than the protesting students. He definitely looks less than 30. He was born in Indiana and now lives in New York. He is Korean-American. I guess he’s in the right age group to be part of the spoiled brat generation.

    He does have a right to be a pain in the butt about how his play is produced by a school or university whose auditions were probably restricted to students only. We have a right to never see any plays by a stubborn, arrogant possible racist.

  • [2] November 9, 2015 at 11:42pm

    Although I agree that there are attempts to purge the Christ part of Christmas from the holiday (like Santa in a glacier), I think this cup issue is ridiculous. Claiming your name is Merry Christmas to get the message on a cup is kinda like ordering pizza and claiming the pizzeria catered your wedding. You didn’t really change anything.

  • [2] November 6, 2015 at 9:18am

    I sometimes wonder if people commenting truly listen to Beck’s shows or if they just half-assed listen and selectively hear what they want. I see too many assumptions daily, and they refuse to listen to any details if we try to point things out.

    If you hate Beck so friggin’ much, why are you reading TheBlaze? There are other conservative news sites, and most of the news originated from outside sources.

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