User Profile: slade37


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  • 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.

  • [31] 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.

  • [11] November 6, 2015 at 9:07am

    Carson has already done interviews with Beck in the studio for the radio show – Oct 21 show.

    I agree with Beck on Trump, and I find Trump supporters very annoying. If Trump isn’t #1 on every poll, there are rants about how the poll was rigged or the web site was buggy. The whining is unbelievable! They remind me of Rand Paul supporters and possibly even Obama supporters (in behavior, not values). The most vocal supporters remind me of brainwashed cult members. Trump can do no wrong, and everyone else is wrong if we disagree. Here come the thumbs down votes…

    My dad *was* a Trump supporter and without any debate with me (he doesn’t listen to me to begin with), a couple of weeks ago, he said he doesn’t feel Trump is right for the job of President. He doesn’t watch The Blaze, and he watches Fox when Beck’s radio show is on in the evening here in Phoenix. He watches CNN or Fox during the day. Beck is not an influence on his change in opinion.

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  • [9] November 3, 2015 at 9:51am

    I just read the original article. The station wagon did hit the bull, but the bull was charging at the emergency crews and other cars so the bull had the potential of striking/ramming another car too.

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  • [19] November 3, 2015 at 9:44am

    The think TheBlaze needs to require a second person to proofread articles before posting. Too many little typos. I found one in a headline a week ago.

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  • [-4] November 2, 2015 at 4:46pm

    This sounds a bit selfish. This just lowered my opinion of Trump even more. Doesn’t want to work with the others because he doesn’t think he can get as much screentime that way. He needs to drop his ego a bit and should be fighting for equal screentime for each candidate. He’s only out for himself.

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  • [3] November 2, 2015 at 4:19pm

    Wow! Alot of haters here. Some comments prove some people aren’t really paying attention to Glenn’s shows. …or they’re only half-assed listening. I promise I am full-assed listening even if I don’t watch every broadcast. I probably watch more often than Steve (aka “Stu”). (Steve/Stu was explained on the radio show about a month ago.)

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  • [1] November 2, 2015 at 4:08pm

    jlrx81 – They could also be liberal trolls causing trouble. I don’t keep track of names like some people here do so I can’t confirm if these are the usual suspects attacking all conservatives.
    I do agree that the establishment GOP or Jeb could have paid for some people too.

  • [1] October 31, 2015 at 10:39am

    So dressing as Batman, Iron Man, Cinderella, or Belle is worshiping Satan. Plus, Pat seems to believe kids are only dressing up as monsters. Is he against cosplay too?

  • [3] October 31, 2015 at 10:30am

    So it has nothing to do with Allhallowtide when the Church honored Saints, or people believed their dead relatives would come visit and they’d set a place for them or remembering those who had gone to hell. …or during the 16th century, people dressing in disguises, going house to house, and reciting verses or songs in exchange for food.

    Then Halloween turned into the idea of dressing up to scare evil spirits.

    I don’t see how any of this celebrates Satan. For many countries, it involved remembering dead relatives. It also involved dressing up as Saints or lighting fires to scare spirits away from Christian homes.

    There are prayers such as this one –

    Father, All-Powerful and Ever-Living God, today we rejoice in the holy men and women of every time and place. May their prayers bring us your forgiveness and love. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen. —All Hallow’s Eve Prayer from Liturgy of the Hours.

    Based on your logic, Is the NFL stupid because we took Rugby and created American football from it? We took something from another culture and created our own thing.

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  • [2] October 31, 2015 at 12:06am

    Lemon actually seems intelligent. Beck interviewed him not too long ago. He might have had something to say, but CNN may not have made time for it if these events involved a conservative. Lemon’s bosses might tell him to stay quiet. Lemon may not agree with conservative solutions, but he doesn’t have the hate for us.

  • [1] October 29, 2015 at 9:40am

    The budget question was ridiculous as it was worded. That budget question for Cruz was really more like “You voted against the liberal budget proposal. Doesn’t that make you a bad potential President?” That is essentially what he actually asked. The actual question was “Are you unfit to be President?” – then Cruz attacked the media. …unless you’re talking about a different part of the debate.

  • [1] October 29, 2015 at 9:25am

    If you notice, it’s only Trump supporters going ballistic if Trump isn’t #1 on a poll. Even on Twitter it was crazy. Any web-based poll will reflect the opinion of the audience of that particular web site. It’s not even a fully trusted poll for that reason. Any poll like this will be biased – based on the views of the readers of that web site. Get a grip. Sound like ex-Ron Paul supporters. …and I now expect every Trump supporter to give me a thumbs down which only proves my point. Former Ron Paul supporters might too.

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