User Profile: Snafu777

Member Since: June 29, 2011


  • [1] October 7, 2016 at 4:19am

    I swear, people get so bent out of shape over the dumbest things. I grew up in Oregon. I don’t know how many times I’ve heard it “orry-gone” or “or-gone” I laugh. it’s no big deal. Why are we obsessing about stupid crap?

  • January 19, 2016 at 10:15pm

    Grossly unfunny, and I’d never buy it. However, the only speech/etc. that NEEDS protecting is that which people find offensive or controversial. The idea of free speech isn’t generally going to be applied to cute, little kitten paraphernalia because exceedingly few people are going to be offended by it.

  • [3] January 13, 2016 at 6:17pm

    delusional =/= delorean. Sorry.

  • January 8, 2016 at 11:42pm

    Obama probably asked them to go out looking for him because he threatened ISIS. He’d still be free otherwise.

  • [3] December 22, 2015 at 1:40pm

    “the majority of professional film critics weren’t able to divorce themselves from the fandom either, and allowed their reviews to be taken in by a simple trip down memory lane.” And thus, obviously, your critique is the critique-iest critique that was ever written.

    You’re running a bit full on the hubris here, bud.

    The “end-all, be-all” of movie-dom Episode 7 is not. But to say the film “wasn’t good” is a bit of a stink-drop in the toilet.

    If you are going to try to watch a movie series you should always start where the films were intended to start. (which is a small part of why the prequels came off as relatively disposable in their import.) If you are trying to introduce yourself to the Star Wars Universe, this probably isn’t the film to do that with. That said, the film is decent enough in it’s own right that the vast number of people I know who’ve seen this movie (even without previously watching the others first) were still blown out of their seats.

    In the end, If you really want to be like one of those five rotten tomatoes in this instance, that’s fine. I, and most other viewers, will throw your opinion out with the rest of the refuse as we often have to do with the opinions of self-important movie critics.

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  • [6] September 22, 2015 at 7:56am

    Funny how these types can deny a symbol of the country whose tax dollars they are receiving in aid and say it is part of a policy to avoid offending people.

  • [2] August 30, 2015 at 9:57pm

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  • [2] August 20, 2015 at 7:43am

    I think it’s fairly safe to say, considering all of the biblical warnings given to those in teaching and leadership circumstances, that those positions have more than their fair share of people who don’t fulfill the responsibilities required thereof. This goes for the leaders of the Jewish synagogue AND the leaders of the modern Christian church.

  • [4] February 19, 2015 at 1:48pm

    Aside from the obvious jokes concerning pedophilia, The first thing that comes to mind is the fact that kids these days are getting bombarded with this very same info and with a completely opposing viewpoint in public schools, TV and from numerous sources on the internet, and that includes children under the age of 8 or 9. Before we blow a gasket over what this priest did, We need to take into consideration this fact.

    There used to be a saying, “If you haven’t talked to your kids about drugs by the age of 6 someone else has.” Well, sadly in our society that applies to human sexuality as well. Everything from abortion to gender neutrality to safe sex and even x-rated programming is discussed with children of an appallingly young age in public schools/TV/ etc. these days. The only way to combat this will be by either, 1. homeschooling your children and turning off all media into your home where the kids can see it, or 2. getting your kids to trust you on this and other topics by talking to them about it from your specific perspective. Getting embarrassed about these topics and clamming up is only going to hurt everyone involved.

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  • [4] February 17, 2015 at 8:29am

    I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve heard this. It’s a bit misleading, though. God’s first and foremost intention on coming to earth was never to “increase His credibility” or “relate to mankind.” That may have been an additional benefit of His time here, but His main goal here was to act as sacrifice for the sins of man.

    Christ’s sinless nature came from the fact that he was not human in the sense that we often express it. He was mortal, but he lacked the sin nature that mankind is cursed with. Even human children are subject to the whims of their sin nature, but Christ was not subject to it even before he was baptized.

    I also do not agree with your statement concerning the possibility of living sinlessly, because if this was ever a possibility (even 1/10^999999999) there would be the possibility (however small) of not needing grace. We are reminded, however, that “All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.” Canceling out Christ’s inherent ‘Godly’ nature and lumping him in with common humanity would cancel out this statement. We are also told by Christ that “No one comes to the Father but by me,” stating once again the impossibility of living a sinless life. We are also told in many places especially in the NT of our constant losing battle with sin, but that Christ’s grace sustains us, because none of us can ‘earn’ our way into Heaven.

  • February 3, 2015 at 8:02am

    Well, to be fair, he has already admitted he’s crazy.

  • [3] February 3, 2015 at 7:56am

    @M1WrenchMonkey. Then tell your doc or whoever that you’re ‘going abroad,’ get your kids their shots, and then cancel the trip. Realistically though, your kid’s chances of getting the measles is ridiculously low even without it.

  • [13] January 29, 2015 at 9:44am

    (sniffle) What a love story!

  • [19] January 28, 2015 at 8:54am

    Why attribute this to Christianity? This is a public high school, not a private Christian school. As a Christian, I thought her dress was well within reason, especially considering there were apparently girls dressed less conservatively at the dance (according to her statements in the article.) Sounds more like there was some favoritism on the part of the staff running the thing. Stop trying to make this a religious thing when there’s no mention of anything of the sort. This is just another example of a power-hungry public school admin being a douche with his little bit of authority.

  • [6] December 4, 2014 at 1:42pm

    I might disagree with some of what Mr. Beck has to say, but you mention someone being unable to yell “I can’t breathe” if they’re being choked. Perhaps a better word choice would have been ‘gasped?’ If he wasn’t telling the truth about not being able to breathe then I guess we should dig him up because he’s probably just faking being dead, too. Last time I checked you have a right to an opinion and so does Mr Beck. Mr. Beck also pays taxes,(probably at a much higher rate than you or I) and is a citizen of the US so it stands to reason he is just as ‘deserving’ of police intervention when necessary as anyone. As far as the police and our military are concerned, Mr. Beck has been more positive than the vast majority of mainstream media outlets. If he’s critical at some points it is only to be expected. Lastly, Mr. Becks involvement in the profession of police-work or military work has no valid connection to whether or not he can voice an opinion either. Less than 2% of the US has been employed by the military, and I’d wager the same or a similarly tiny number has been employed by the various police organizations in our country. If someone had to be a ‘vet’ of one of these institutions to be able to speak out about it, I guess that kind of get’s in the way of that whole ‘free speech’ thing for the vast majority of the US population. Lastly, I have been employed in such fields before. so even my ‘opinion’ would still ‘count.’ Don’t let the door hit you on the behind, Chuckles.

  • [19] September 23, 2014 at 11:44pm

    Actually, if he’s smart/prepared enough to not blindly trust an LEO and to even go to the lengths of recording his interactions with them, it’s highly likely that he owns a gun and is plenty capable of defending himself.

  • [11] August 26, 2014 at 1:42pm

    Putin’s brand of Christianity is the the same as that utilized by those who subverted the church’s purposes for their own personal gain during the dark ages. Don’t be fooled. The only real difference between him and Obama is he has the experience and spine to enforce his will as a tyrant.

  • [2] July 7, 2014 at 9:08pm

    I see gangsta-wannabe types of all colrs/shapes/sizes wearing these kinds of fashions. This isn’t anti black, this is anti-thug of all varieties.

  • December 21, 2013 at 2:06pm

    A TRUE Christian? Um, lemme see. Christ did not flinch at offending people. What Christ said is in direct opposition to what you just said. Christ said that all who would be his disciples must take up their cross and follow him. This statement is a death sentence to self and all selfish(sinful) desire. A TRUE CHRISTIAN is going to promote a culture that is aligned with Jesus’ attitudes and those lifestyles supported biblically. As far as their show being cancelled, it probably will because they’ll either completely leave the media as a whole or they’ll go somewhere that their faith and lifestyle choices aren’t attacked, and A&E will just have to bite the financial loss of their best selling program. That branding choice will seem pretty stupid at that point, especially if their overall viewership feels the bite of this foolish corporate decision.