User Profile: so3

so3

Member Since: October 31, 2011

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  • April 19, 2014 at 8:39pm

    I’m hard to please, but as long as he keeps the forward momentum during the show, I kinda like Buck. I get tired of Glenn;s prophetical whinings and whatnot. He needs to act like less of a wannabe prophet and more of a rational mind. Buck also has great hair and seems to be less image-concious than Beck, which is a good thing,].

  • April 19, 2014 at 11:40am

    Preaching to the choir, preaching to the choir. When will the NRA ever learn that appealing to people who are not gun nuts is the only way to make progress? The NRA spends way too much time riling up the fears of gun owners and not enough time making NEW gun owners, or at least gun supporters. Where ELSE is the NRA? No where…you see them nowhere but gun ranges the Blaze, magazines for gun people etc. It’s a losing model to engender them to a wider public, and is one reason they have marginalized themselves. Getting hip spokes people to talk to other gun people who just nod along does NOTHING.

  • April 1, 2014 at 4:05pm

    Coming from the Vanderbilt family is all the inheritance you need.

  • March 31, 2014 at 5:00pm

    “He said “Don’t worry, I’m fine” …all is OK”….”

    That’s weird. My sister died last year and my dad has been having a really hard time with it. He had been worried to death about what to do with her ashes and whether she would like it etc. Then one day, out of the blue, he heard her voice say, “It’s OK dad, I’m fine.” And he said it was lie 1000 pounds lifted off his shoulders.

    Non-believers will poo-poo anything such as this and say it’s all a explainable, that is until it happens to them.

  • March 31, 2014 at 1:33pm

    The son was 8.

  • March 31, 2014 at 1:28pm

    An older friend told me about the moment his son died in his arms. He was sitting in a chair and the father was talking to him, trying to console him. After a period of time, his son looks up and says, “They’re here, I’ve got to go” and died.

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  • March 26, 2014 at 1:48pm

    HUmans still wrote the music and programmed the robots. The statement at the beginning is silly.

  • March 24, 2014 at 7:11pm

    Ebola has already been here. There was an outbreak in monkeys in Reston, Va a long time ago. How do I know? My dad used to do work at the ‘monkey house’ for Xerox. He remembers the place well before the Ebola outbreak; always commented on the smell. This incident was talked about in Richard Preston’s Hot Zone. The buildings are now torn down, but last time I was there, the building was being used as a day care.

  • March 21, 2014 at 8:32pm

    Vacuous. And a kudu has horns, not antlers you morons. Pretty face, empty head, nothing to say.

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  • March 4, 2014 at 11:10am

    My kid goes to a private religious school, and they have plastic blunderbusses in the prop room for their skits. Have other muskets and pistols as well for when they go American history. They have a dress code, and surpass the public schools in their academic achievements. 25% of the graduates rank in the top 10% scholastically in the state. Nuff’ said…

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  • February 26, 2014 at 6:52pm

    Now that I see you have all missed my point, allow me to retort:

    First off, mentioning Lexington and Concord is a waste of time, because this is not the 18th century, and we are not under British rule. Second, you folks need to stop setting up straw men so that you may defeat them. The whole idea that things will be won or lost in the courts is the FACT that this is where we are losing the battles, day after day e.g Connecticut, New York. If any one of you can tell me how your ownership of AR15′s (or any gun for that matter) made ANY difference in those cases, please let me know. Because the cases are won or lost in the courts, that is the ONLY place you can fight to win a lasting victory.

    You people need to read about guerilla warfare to understand why things like this happen. The Internet is like a virtual army, where people of like mind get together and think that because they are all of one mind in cycberspace, that gives them power, wrong. The liberals so state by state, county by county defeating the right here and there, a little at a time. It is literally death by a thousand cuts. That’s why the courts are the only place you can stop this.

    As far as courts not ruling legally….do you mean to tell me you are going to take your granpdas old Parker and stand on the courthouse steps until they do? Can you see how willy the whole argument of militias and crap is when it gets down to it? None of you have enough firepower to effect change in any law, so no

  • February 26, 2014 at 12:57pm

    OK go ahead. Grab your little AR15 with your 30 round magazines and make a stand. This is the problem with the so-called protectors of liberty who say they remain armed to defend themselves against tyranny; you will never act. You will wait for someone else to. You will make an excuse that since you don’t live in alaska it’s up to the alaska militia (whoever they are, oh they are the people, so that means everyone) to go in and extricate this kid from the hospital, set up n armed barrier around their house so that the tyrannical gov’t can’t get them. You all talk such a big game, but when it comes time to do anything, all you do is talk talk talk.

    Notice how you said, “You go exercise yours,” you didn’t say, “I, in defense of the natural rights of man, will go to Alaska and do my duty.” This is pathetic specious argument that is made by bedroom bad-a**es all over the country, and it is why gun owners are getting their butts handed to them. You are fighting a losing battle because NON of you commandos will actually USE the weapons you proclaim are the only thing saving you from tyranny.

    BEfore you call me a leftie, know I’ probably have more guns and ammo in my safe that a dozen of you combined. But the fact is that I KNOW these freedom arguments will be won in COURTS, not at the gun range. You people need to pull your heads out of your prepping magazines long enough to understand this.

  • February 10, 2014 at 7:25pm

    A bit misleading…said the crow was familiar with the individual puzzles but not with all of them put together. The real test is to put the puzzle in the midst of truly wild crows who have never seen any of the elements and see what happens. It won’t be this…

  • February 10, 2014 at 2:12am

    Oh, and are you kidding me the guy actually said he thought that the company used “regular computer paper” (with a staple…gasp!!) to print its manuals was a bonus? Is this guy serious?

  • February 10, 2014 at 2:10am

    I just don’t get the obsession with AR rifles, guys wearing black playing shootem’ up bang bang. I can barely get through a magazine of ammo with one before I give it back to the owner and say, “Gee, thanks, that was fun, can I go home now?”

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  • February 9, 2014 at 10:42pm

    Good reply James A. Merikan (;-)). Life is to be lived, not wasted on the couch.

  • February 8, 2014 at 10:05pm

    YEs you can…just electrocute it and it will break into its elemental parts…

  • January 15, 2014 at 1:58am

    That is so wrong on so many levels, but I just stole it.

  • January 15, 2014 at 1:57am

    They sound like solid people. The world needs more solid people.

  • January 12, 2014 at 2:28am

    Hunting was part of the resurgence of the white rhino. The fact is that wildlife in Africa will NOT survive in Africa unless it has a monetary value, that is a fact. The average African could care less about the wildlife. Read that again, the AVERAGE African is struggling to make a living that is 1/10 of the poorest in America. Rhino means NOTHING to them. They focus on very small scale farming and herding (mainly goats and cattle). When ONE wild animal, be it a lion, or elephant destroys there very means of life, they do anything (Including poisoning) to eliminate the threat to their livelihoods. The black rhino almost went the way of the dodo bird, and anti-hunters and animal rights people have done NOTHING but ply their trade of emotional but flaccid means to ‘save’ animals. Support WISE conservation and be a part of something that will leave a lasting, positive legacy.

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