User Profile: slade37


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  • [2] August 27, 2015 at 3:45pm

    They don’t specify if they used the 13+ hours of unedited videos or just the main presentations. If he’s talking about editing bathroom breaks, I’m guessing the 3 hr and 6 hr videos were included. It would be nice if they were clear about it. Too many articles seem to focus on the main videos and ignore the complete videos also posted to YouTube.

    Also, has anyone watched the full videos and can confirm or deny the claims? I’m debating if I can handle watching two 3 hour conversations, one 1 hour 15 minute conversation, and a 6 hour video. I haven’t watched much of them yet. I have downloaded them all and can watch on my TV. I could also watch via YouTube apps on my Roku and Blu-ray player. Using the MP4 file just works better for me.

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  • [-1] August 27, 2015 at 3:13pm

    I was going to make an honest observation about Trump, but I am appalled by the comments here. I feel like I’m reading comments from a bunch of liberals who just want to attack an alternate view without debate. Someone has a different opinion and you try to shut him out. He hasn’t done tabloid questions. Why read TheBlaze if you hate Beck so much? Go read InfoWars or NewsMax.

    Look at yourselves!! This attitude continues to divide us. We’ve lost the ability to debate and discuss anything. We have become like liberals! Anyone with a different opinion on Trump is getting virtually lynched. If we can’t communicate rationally, Progressives win. I still plan to vote, but it looks like we’ve lost with this behavior.

    I’ve seen video gamers on YouTube discuss conservative or libertarian politics more civilly. The younger generation is not completely lost. They do not like Obama.

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  • [4] August 21, 2015 at 2:06am

    His Wi-Fi may not be secure or has a bad password. Then there’s trojan horses and other viri.

  • [2] August 21, 2015 at 1:58am

    They’re afraid of students being used for causes, but the team requested to do this. It’s not being forced on them. It’s not like PETA forcing books into the classroom. If a group of students choose to support a cause, it’s their choice to make. If they can’t support vets, make sure other groups aren’t pushing causes onto the students.

    Go ahead and do the uniforms. If the team gets suspended, raise hell – without turning into a BlackLivesMatters type annoyance. Stay respectful but push the limits.

    After Beck’s comments about how students can now sue teachers for being offended (Article in The Atlantic, Sept 2015 issue), I am severely pissed off with schools and some parents. I think some school boards need a complete overhaul. These kids aren’t prepared for life at all. Jazz hands won’t work in most business environments. Standing for a cause is a good thing. If it’s not being forced on you, fight for the opportunity to support a cause within the school. Make noise.

  • [1] August 19, 2015 at 10:58pm

    I didn’t know I was part of the Press. I want some honest answers about her email server. …which I’ll probably get while riding a unicorn on a rainbow, propelled by the unicorn’s farts.

  • [3] August 19, 2015 at 10:47pm

    Now I’m offended! Why does a story have to be straight? Why can’t it be bi?


  • [2] August 18, 2015 at 3:30pm

    I can’t justify the monthly cost of cable or satellite to watch the few channels I want to watch, and most are not on the basic option. I only care about TCM, TheBlaze, Fox News, BBC America (mainly for Doctor Who and Sherlock), and possibly a few nature channels.

    I own DVDs and Blu-rays of most of the movies I enjoy so TCM isn’t that big of a loss.

    I get The Blaze via my Roku.

    The Fox News app on the Roku gives me the main clips from Hannity and O’Reilly. Not live but I can watch them later.

    It is cheaper for me to purchase the full season of my favorite TV shows on Vudu or Amazon than to pay for the cable service to watch those same episodes. I get them on-demand the day after broadcast. Instead of paying $50-$75 per month, I might pay ~$70 for the whole year. Then Hulu and Crackle give me most of the old TV shows I enjoyed while growing up. Crackle is free and has select episodes of Good Times, Sanford and Son, All in the Family, sometimes Barney Miller. They switch out the episodes every few months. Hulu has the most complete Doctor Who collection I’ve seen on any service – all 26 seasons of the original run (out of what survives and has been restored) and up through 2013 of the revival. I have not found the 1996 TV movie yet on Hulu.

    Then there’s the old fashioned antenna giving me the secondary HD channels with old TV shows and movies plus the local news.

  • [1] August 18, 2015 at 9:42am

    All groups have their nutcases, but I was thinking the same thing. I wonder if some threats are plants to create bad press. However, this isn’t isolated. There does seem to be attempted bombing of abortion clinics every few years. Although Wikipedia isn’t always reliable, I did randomly confirm a few references for their list. This happens more often than it should.

    Yes, there are those who would do stuff like this to discredit us, but we also need to deal with any nutjobs we might know about. The Christian extremists don’t help us.

  • [6] August 13, 2015 at 2:59pm

    You must be an insane driver if you think you can lose control that easily. In 30 years of driving, I’ve never had to swerve to avoiding hitting a small animal. …except for one bird that dive-bombed me in college, hitting the front of my car and I saw several feathers in my rearview mirror. I was surprised I didn’t find him stuck to my front grill.

    Simply hitting my brakes is all I had to do to avoid rabbits and squirrels crossing the road. I drive the speed limit or ~30 if I didn’t see a sign in a neighborhood. Some animals will be hit.

    However, the point of the sign is people driving recklessly through their neighborhood. Driving 25 or 30 and hitting a dog is not the same as someone driving 60 and hitting a dog. That also assumes the driver is watching the road and not messing with a phone or radio. At 25, most accidents should be avoidable. Driving 60 on a residential street is just being an ass.

  • [2] August 13, 2015 at 2:38pm

    I’ve seen it in city neighborhoods too – drivers going 50 when the posted speed limit is 30. I think the sign is totally reasonable. Too many people ignore speed limits and drive whatever speed they want to. …and the police rarely put a speed trap in the areas that get the worst drivers.

  • [9] August 12, 2015 at 3:12pm

    Is Antenna TV on any cable services? I get it as a secondary HD channel via my antenna – 15.2 in Phoenix, but I’ve never seen these channels offered on cable. I like Antenna TV and MeTV.

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  • [1] August 12, 2015 at 10:18am

    …and in some cases, the content providers may have their own products to sell or sponsors to promote in addition to YouTube’s ad. Alex Jones has his own vitamins to help pay his bills, and I hate the ad I saw.

  • [7] August 12, 2015 at 10:12am

    That is YouTube, not TheBlaze. These embedded videos come from an external source. TheBlaze has no control over what they do. They make no money from the ads. YouTube has been doing this for a long time now. YouTube is making the money, and if the content provider has signed up for it, they may get a small share of the revenue.

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  • [5] August 12, 2015 at 3:12am

    I agree. For 10 years, I drove across the Phoenix area. The west side has plenty of problems as does downtown. I’d say it’s mainly the south west area of Phoenix – based on experience. Phoenix is also a sanctuary city plus a couple of others here.

    Mesa (east side) seems to have a strong Mormon presence.

  • [1] August 10, 2015 at 1:44pm

    I didn’t see this part in the posted video. (Sorry if I missed it.) They show how reasonable they are around the 1 minute mark.

  • [1] August 10, 2015 at 1:44am

    Is Stu messing with another game?

  • [19] August 5, 2015 at 6:10pm

    He was an Imperial Stormtrooper.

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  • [1] August 3, 2015 at 1:53pm

    The article mentions 4 videos, but I only see 3 Full Footage videos on their YouTube page. Where’s the 4th? Is it the “Human Capital – Episode 1: Planned Parenthood’s Black Market in Baby Parts” video? Nothing really new there except for an interview with a former StemExpress employee. I also see videos of his interviews and the edited versions of the full videos.

  • [6] August 2, 2015 at 7:42pm

    Actually, it’s only part of the story. From what I can tell, most of the people on welfare didn’t file for bankruptcy. I see this as some of the more responsible people filing. These are the people who took a risk to do their own business or they worked in an industry that had a major shift. I would imagine some miners could end up in these groups as mines get shut down because of strict EPA standards. …or already have.

    For the most part, these are the people who are not abusing the welfare system. Some may have made bad financial decisions, but for the most part, I’d say it’s a reflection of Obama’s wonderful economy causing people to lose their businesses or other sources of income. …and they’re not sponging off of the government unless they need to.

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  • [9] August 2, 2015 at 7:18pm

    I’ve never had trouble with Taco Bell. It’s the Jack in the Box closest to me hiring the idiots. I mean how difficult is it to understand “No bun.” I’m in the drive-thru at the window, and I hear “No bun” repeated 8 or more times in English and Spanish. I don’t think AZ is talking about $15 minimum wage, but I’m tired of the people who are too stupid to do their job. They said it in Spanish so this wasn’t a language problem. He could not comprehend the idea of no bread – simply not using a bun and putting the meat, cheese, etc into a plastic bowl.

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